The Panama American

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01174

Related Items

Related Items:
Panama America

Full Text
TO
KANSAS CITY
One Way.....$148.00
Round Trip .. .$866.40
NEWSPAPER
I /Panama American
"Lei ifce people know the truth and the country U m/V Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, JULY It, 1951
FIVE CENTS
(NEA Telephoto)
TOPFKA FLOODED The rampant Raw River covers much of Topeka, Kansas Industrial
not think will be covered by a $25,000.000 emergency grant.
Hidden Issue Sidetracks
Ceasefire Agenda Talks
Flood Relief Bill Signed;
Damage Soars To Billion
WASHINGTON. July 18. (UP)
President Truman signed a $25.-
000,000 emergency Hood relief bill
today less than 10 hours after re-
turning from an aerial inspection
of the stricken Kansas-Missouri
area.
. On his return from the area he
had said $25.000,000 would not be
enough to relieve and rehabili-
tate the flood devastated terri-
tory.
Meanwhile at West Alton. Mis-
souri, a citizen's army of men,
women and children ignored or-
ders to flee and worked against
long odds to keep the Missouri
River's worst-on-record flood
from their homes.
Coast Guard boats sent to take
them out evacuated only live-
became Ignited, sending flames
and smoke several hundred feet
Into the air.
The store Is about 250 yards
west of the Skldmore Dll Compa-
ny, where at least seven huge
tanks of oil stand.
"We can't let the fire spread to
those tanks," Baldwin said, "or
we'll be right back where we
started."
Kansas City. Kans., also faced
a fire threat.' Gasoline and oil
poured out of ruptured tanks and
refineries of the Phillips Petro-
leum Company, the Sinclair Oil
Company and the Great Lakes
Pipe Lints Company there, creat-
ing a "highly dangerous" situa-
tion.
Authorities were considering
Balboa Bank Head
Accidentally Shoots
Self Cleaning Gun
vnmwFKBi IN KANSAS CITY, Kansas, pass sandbags along the top of a dike in a fever-
ish effif to keK the rlgmg Ka^ and Missouri Rivera out of the important Fairfax Indus-
trial area.
You Think
It's Hot
In Panama ?
A NORTH SALINA, Kansas, woman, holding her child, steps
from a boat to a road malntalner trailer, after being eva-
cuated from her flooded horn* Other evacuees sit calmly
on the trailer, awaiting transfer to dry ground.
Swede Minister
Gets Acquittal
OnHomoCharge
stock. use of hone-drawn vehicles
"The water will have to rise all lessen theManger of a fire.
the way to the second floor win-
dows before they leave," a Red
Cross spokesman said.
Flood fighters gave up all hope
of saving West Alton, where the
Missouri flows Into the Mississip-
pi.
Thousands of persons In four
states fought one disaster.
Estimated damage In Illinois.
Missouri. Kansas and Oklahoma
had parsed the billion dollar
mark.
The swelling Mississippi River
sent muddv water rolling Into In-
dustrial North St. Louis and forc-
ed the flooding Illinois River to
back up. Twopersons were killed
in Illinois, bringing the total
flood toll to SB.
Mr. Truman, his wife and
their daughter left Washington
yesterday afternoon on a flight
to their home town of Indepen-
dence. 10 miles east of Kansas
City.
Aboard the plane with the Tru-
maos was Defense Moblllzer
Charles E. Wilson.
Independence is in the hills
and Is not flooded, but water
pressure there has fallen 75 per
cent, and all but essential busi-
nesses have been closed.
The devastating floating fire
that started Friday in Kansas Ci-
ty, Mo., and burned millions of
gallons of oil and at least 24
buildings in an eight-block area
flared up anew yesterday, lust as
firemen thought they had it un-
der control.
The new blaze broke out In a
furniture store. Fire Chief Harvey
Baldwin said an oil pocket in the
flooded basement of the building
to
Shortage of Pipeline Steel
May Cause Gas Rationing
WASHINGTON, July 18 (UP) have to export larger .amounts
(UP)Secretary of Interior Os- of gasoline und oil to Europe to
ear Chapman said today gaso- help Atlantic Pact allies meet
line rationing may be necessary their essential needs. That could
In eight to 10 months unless lead to shortages and rationing
defense officials allocate more here,
steel to build new pipelines. Chapman did not refer to the
Testifying before the Senate Iranian situation, but based his
Interior Committee, he said entire case on distribution dlf-
the U. S. petroleum Industry fculties within thl: country,
could produce enough to meet He said hla department re-
all the nation's needs if it was commended that 2,135.000 tons
assured of adequate facilities to of steel be allocated to the pe-
move crude oil from the prod.uc- troleum industry for October,
lng fields to the refineries.' November and December, but
He did not Indicate how severe the allocation was cut to 1,
the shortage might be, or now 862,000 tons,
strict a rationing system would Frankly admitting that he
be required. was seeking senate support In
The situation Is complicatel an lntra-adminlstratlon quarrel,
by the dispute over natlonallza- Chapman added' that the need
tion of Iranian oil fields, which for more pipelines is "drama-
threatens to deprive Britain and tlcally Illustrated"' by the faot
We .em Europe of their main that 400.000 barrels of oil pro-
sourc? of petroleum products, duction day is beiag lost to
Some officials have Indicated the ry.ian for lack of trans-
that If the Iranian supply Is portation faculties In the Rocky
k>sk the United State* would Mountain area
STOCKHOLM, July 18 (UP)
A member of the Swedish cabi-
net, Minister Without Portfolio
Nils Quensel, 57, has been cleared
of homosexual charges by an In-
vestigating committee.
The committee'* report, how-
ever, disclosed certain pressure
administered by Quensel on po-
lice and social authorities. This
has prombted the majority of the
Swedish press to demand his re-
signation.
The committee said It did not
find suspicious the cases related
by several of over 100 witnesses
heard In support of the homo-
sexual charges against Quensel.
Some witnesses said they had
second hand reports that on oc-
casions the Minister made two of
his proteges undress and wash in
his presence. He Vas also alleged
to have whipped them.
The committee found Quensel's
behavior "unusual" but found no
proof of homosexuality.
The committee was appointed
by the government to Investigate
charges by Pastor Karl Erik Kej-
ne, social worker and prison
priest, that his reports on homo-
sexual prison elements had been
held up by the police.
For 80 meetings the committee
concentrated on rumOrs that Mr.
X, later identified as Quensel,
was Influencing police investiga-
tions of criminal homosexual af-
fairs In Stockholm.
The committee reported that
Quensel had been engaged In big
scale welfare activities for a long
tune.
During this work he mt sev-
eral criminal elements whom he
unsuspiciously helped, and who
later put him In embarrassing
i situations. ..
Musical Warriors
Blast City Hall;
Gel Back-Pay Pronto
MEXICO CITY, July 18 (UP)
The 44-rrtan Rural Orchestra of
Mexico City declared war on
Mayor Fernando Casas Alemn
today, and won a battle of tu-
bas, drums and fifes In an ear-
splitting musical offensive.
Tired of waiting for back pay
amounting to abeut $1,200, the
orchestra mounted attack on Ca-
sas Alemn's office with every
musical weapon at hand.
The musicians split into sev-
eral groups, took strategic posi-
tions and simultaneously charg-
ed with marches, waltzes, pol-
kas and even swing melodies.
The multi-pronged musical at-
tack blasted eardrums at the City
Hall. Employes stopped working,
bystanders crowded around, traf-
fic was stalled, and a startled
Casas Alemas asked what was
going on.
The musical warriors got paid
on the spot.
ATLANTA, July 18 (UP) Did
somebody say it was hot?
In Knoxvllle, Tenn., Clifford
Burrell and his wife were arrest-
ed for leaving their lo-month-
old twin boys to "roast" In their
sun-baked car while they shop-
ped for an electric fan.
At Nashville, 12 National
Guardsmen passed out from the
120-degree heat when the ajr
conditioning failed in' their troop
train.
At New Orleans, Seaman Eric
Ferry, 22, died of a heat stroke as
he prepared to sail for his Syd-
ney, Australia, home.
At Charlotte, N. C, "Burled
Alive" Man O'Dell Smith, who
swapped a flagpole perch for a
grave, reported "it's 101 down
here and I'm wringing wet." He
was thinking about coming up to
cool off.
At Savannah, Dr. Ralph E.
Brown of Barn well, 8. C, could-
n't sleep because of the heat. He
drove to the beach for a swim
and was drowned.
-In Atlanta, police rushed to a
swimming pool before dawn on a
complaint that "a woman Is
screaming." They found Betty
David, 28, and two men friends
"just taking a dip to cool off."
They were fined $13 each for dis-
orderly conduct.
In Columbia, S. C, leaders of
the telephone operators union
sat down with management to
discuss how to beat the heat In
the operating room at the tele-
phone building. The operators
walked out two days ago because
of the "unbearable heat" hut re-
turned to work pending negotia-
tions.
Atlanta Personnel Expert Bob
Lewis warned that the heat wave,
In addition to all its discomforts.
brings a greater toll of industrial
accidents because the torrid tem-
perature dulls a person's alert-
ness.
It was 95 and up all over Dixie,
and not getting any cooler.
Thomas Francis Gregory, 42,
manager of the Chase National
Bank in Balboa, underwent
emergency surgery this morning
at Gorgas Hospital where he was
rushed after he accidentally
shot himself in the stomach
with a .38 revolver.
Gregory was immediately clas-
sified as "critical" on entering
the hospital. After the operation
he was placed or. the seriously
HI list and his condition describ-
ed : "as good as an be expected."
The bullet entered his body
just above the navel, followed
an upward course and lodged
beneath the skin on the left
side about an inch below the
left armpit.
When the accident happened
Gregory was sitting in his chair
in front of hU desk at 7:45 this
morning. He told police he had
Just removed the gun from the
lowest left drawer for the pur-
pose of cleaning It. He said he
believed it was unloaded but
Instead It contained one bullet
which went off accidentally.
At the time the only other
employes in the bank were two
janitors, who Immediately sum-
moned the police.
Gregory remained coneoiou*
throughout the period he was
taken Into the operating room.
He has been manager of the
Balboa branch of Chase for the
past three years and has been
connected with the Chase or-
ganization for a total of 25
years, having prior service in
New York and Puerto Rico. He
came to the Isthmus in 1945.
Mrs. Gregory, the former Dor-
cas Wlhelmina Thomas, is a
schoolteacher in Ancon elemen-
tary school. They have a three-
month-old daughter.
PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 18 (UP) A dispute over
an unnamed key issue blocked the completion of an agenda
for Korean ceasefire negotiations at today's sixth armis-
tice meeting in Kaesong.
Additional progress was made however, and solid
agreement reached on two major agenda points.
Though there was no explanation of the disputed key
issue the negotiating teams are believed to have been at
odds earlier over Chinese demands for an immediate cease
fire, leaving the guarantees for keeping it to be worked
out later.
The United Nations team has held that the ceasefire
should come after general armistice terms are drawn, and
guarantees made to insure against any Red advantage
from the halt in the shooting.
The official United Nation
San Bias Prefers
Marijuana Brand
Jugged 30 Days
A 25-year-old San Bias In-
dian. Roberto Gaviln boasted
in the Balboa Magistrate's
Court this moraine that mari-
juana was "the only cigaret he
smoked" when he was sentenc-
ed to St days In Jail for having
marijuana in his possession.
On a second charge of being
found without legitimate means
of support. Gaviln was fined
$25.
Also sentenced to M days In
jail for possetag marijuana
was another San Bias. Antonio
Lopes afies. <3, of Ft. Clayton,
Chinese Reds Arrest
Priest In Pressing
Anti-Catholic Ads
NEW YORK, July 18 (U8I8)
Chinese Communists In Tientsin
have banned the Catholic Legion
of Mary and arrested another
Catholic Priests In the seaport bf
Kwangchowan, according to a
dispatch In the New York Times
Tuesday.
A report relayed to the Times
from Hong Kong says no details
of the Communist objections to
the Legion of Mary were given.
It says a French Priest, Robert
Lebas, was arrested on charge
of culpability In the deaths of
children at two Catholic orphan-
ages and for allegedly having di-
rected lepers in activities against
the Communist Government.-
The arrest of Father Lebas is
"one of half a dozen Instances in
which the Communists have used
Catholic orphanages as the basis
for charges against Foreign
Catholic Priests and Sisters," The
Times report states. It observes
that unwanted or dying babies
are often brought to Catholic
orphanages In China and left to
their fate. Manv of these Infants
inevitable die. It adds.
Stiffening Red
Resistance Ends
'Death's Holiday'
8TH ARMY HQ., July 18 (UP)
Stiffened Communist resist-
ance all along the Korean war
front today ended "death's holi-
day" for United States fighting
men.
For a 24 hour period through 5
p m. yesterday not one United
States soldier died on the bat-
tlefield.
This was the first such day
since the United States entered
the Korean war.
But new casualties came today
as United States troops and their
United Nations allies slammed
Into Red defenses, while the
peace talks dragged on.
Allied patrols jabbed more
than two and a half miles into
Red territory on the central front
before meeting resistance. As the
day ended, small Communist
groups were being encountered
everywhere along the line.
A United Nations patrol cross-
ing the Imjin River northeast of
the Kaesong neutral zone ran in-
to two Red platoons, and pulled
back after a short, sharp ex-
change of fire.
Superforts bombed marshalling
yards at Slnanju and Sarlwon.
RP Plans Boost
in Tax Payments
01 Social Security
The Panam American learn-
ed today that the project to
raise Social Security taxes by
S% Is'actually being considered,
according to Seguro Social Man-
ager Manuel Solis.
Soils said the measure would
be only temporary, and that the
money collected by this raise
($180,000 monthly) would im-
mediately be used to aid the
poor people.
This proposal was presented
by the manager of the Banco
Nacional. Eduardo de Alba at a
meeting Monday In the Presi-
dencia. The object of the meet-
ing was to discuss and foilnu-
lat'e plans for relieving the seri-
ous economic situation.
statement following today's
meeting said:
"At least one major.Issue re-
mained unsolved when the con-
ference recessed for the day.
"Agreement on this key point
Is essential to the successful
completion of the first phase ol
the negotiations."
However, it announced agree-
ment on two agenda points,
which Is taken to Indicate that
things are going satisfactorily.
The two agenda items were ap-
proved after Vice Admiral C.
Turner Joy, leader of the Unlte
Nations negotiators, accepted two
points of phraseology presented
by the Reds.
Joy first placed on record, how-
ever, his team's understanding,
of the basic Intent of the twe
points.
The United Nations team said
the meeting moved rather pon-
derously today, due to language
difficulties.
Three languages Chinese.
Korean and English are being
used in the talks, and, each state-
ment has to be translated twice,
The Reds asked for two reees-
ses today, one of two hours and.
one of 30 minutes, to study cer-
tain points In detail.
The United Nations team Call-
ed for one 15 minute recess.^
Total discussion time for this
series of conferences now stands
at 16 hours 48 minutes.
Unwatched Ketch
Pops In Ahead Of
McClure's Chiriqui
HONOLULU, July 18 (UP).^
Skipper Ira Fulmor brought his
ketch Staghound out of no-
where today to take the correct-
ed time lead from Tucker Mc-
Clure's Chiriqui In the Transpa-
cific vacht race.
The Staghound s time of eight
days, 16 hours, 31 mlns.. 26 sees,
for the San Pedro Honolulu
course was five hours under
that of the ketch flying the-
Balboa Yacht Club's pennant.
Till the Staghound showed on
the horizon no one paid much
attention to the ketch owing to
the excitement set by the Chl-
riaul's apparent victory.
Of the boats still to finish A.,'
L. McCormick's Sea Witch has
a mathematical chance to win.
Juvenile Court Starts
Sessions In Panama
A Juvenile Court will hear Its
first case in Panam today with
the opening of the Court for
Minors.
The Court will conduct Its cases,
in private, and only the people
affected will attend the sessions.
Barrymore Scion Gets Aunt Ethel's
Hundred Words After Quitting Show
By ALINE MOSBY
scheduled to play agent's office. "It isn't tune^rtt.
UP)-John Barrymore, Jr.. ex- more_ family; down because Its Ethel fu|^r: Bt"ater nayd He said Hollywood "gave m.
well chosen words to say when
home. Including the
John was
the leading
stardom too quickly" by hur-
(UP) Jonn Barrymore, jr., ex- more immij """ ""*"""" '"" ZT" nit th theater
plained today he backed out of the first time in 300 years a C.. B,^hH^e-Heart
his stage d'ebut in a Chicago Barrymore ever failed" to go ^..^^S ring him into the leads In tl
theater because he was "scared," on with the show ?ize of a small part in "O Mis- movies, "fcuebec," "High Lone-
but his angry Aunt Ethel charg- But John W he thought It prise PJt u some- and "The Big Night." He-
ed he had broken "300 years"
of Barrymore tradition.
" The son of "The Great Pro-
file" came home to
this morning from the East down,"
was-the other way around." tre^Mine^.nstead^ on
"God. that* the last thing I'd old with a shock of unruly black saw himseU on the screen,
d ever do: let the. Barrymore name hair,^ talked Qthlngs m with ^ love to t, but^wh^w
aunt, else does start
fervently.
when he
small
HU sunt, Ethel Barrymore. he hurting mysel
admitted, had a few hundred I'm not hurting them.
name by staying off the stage, larv *
not by going on. Maybe Im aii i
hurting myself this way, but think I
rn not hurting them.' "*e that
with
The parts, walk-ons and bits,
have "I wish when I started I'd
vocabu- changed my name to John
Smith. The name of Barrymore
can say is I didn't Is a wonderful help, but lrt
i ready for anything handicap, too. It's a tremencn
fiat play," h said at his name to Uve up to.


PAOBTWO
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILl NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1951
Cargo and FreightShips and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
Shipping & AirLine News
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Piador Knot ...............................Mj 0
8.S. Cblrlqul ....................................July 22
S.S. Hibuer.s ...................................July 2
S.S. Levers Brad ...............................Aug. S
S.S. Chlriqui ...................................An. 5
(Handllns Retrlferaled Chilled tad General Carra)
Arrives
New York Freight Service _________Cristbal
S.S. Cape Cumberland.........................July 21
S.S. Maya .......%..............................July 2
S.S. Capo ATinof ...............................Auk. 4
S.S. Cape Ann ..................................Aug. 12
/
RnU) Sailing lo New (ocfc, Loe Anula, Ban francUco. guttle
Occulenal aalllni lo New Orleans and Mabita.
(The (teamen In thU service ara Ululad lo twelve pal anger)
frequent Freight SaUlnfi Irom Cristobal lo Watt Coast Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via v^u
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala_______________Cristobal
},S. Chirlqui ....................................July 24
.8. Chlriqui ....... (Passenger Service Only).. Aug. 7
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20
GRACE LINE
. FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
S.S. "SANTA BARBARA" ..........Due Cristbal, July 25th
8.8. "SANTA CECILIA"..........Due Cristbal, August 1st
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
8.8. "SANTA ISABEL" ...........Balls Cristbal, July 39th
8.8. "SANTA LUISA" ..........Sails Cristbal, August 0th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
S.8. "SANTA LEONOR"* ...........Due Balboa, July 20th
8.8. "COASTAL NOMAD" ............Due Balboa. July 31st
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
S.S. "COASTAL ADVENTURER" ..Salla Cristbal, July 20th
Balboa Oar/.
PAJNAMA AGENCIES, CO.
Cristbal 2144 Z135 Panama 2-0554 0557 Balboa 1507 Z15S
STOP A COLD
BEFORE IT STOPS YOU!
LISTERIME
ANTISEPTIC
At tho very first symptom of o old,
gsrglc LISTERINE Aniiioptic, full
strength. LISTERINE Antiseptic
roaches way back on throat surfaces
to kill millionj of germs associatod
with colds sod lore throats.
Use tho sensible precaution thai
has proved to effective for million io
preventing cold complications. Stop
a cold before it stops you ... gargle
with LISTERINE Antiseptic!
IN TEST! OVER A 12-YIAR PERIOD, DAIIY USERS
OP LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC HAD FEW* COLDS I
Samuel Smug!
Ummi Smog is smart, 'tis true,
V yon were be, yoa would bo too!
Vun eaa always find good boya,
ta secret Is to advertise!
Sick Seaman
Aboard "Durham"
The big British ship Durham
arrived this morning in Balboa
with A. Stone, a sick seaman who
la being repatriated to the Unit-
ed Kingdom. According to cables
received by the local agent, Mr.
Baker of Norton-Wly and Co.,
the man Is undergoing an artifi-
cial pneumothorax, and It will be
necessary to give his pleural cav-
ity a refill of air when the ship
docks.
Arrangements have already
been made to have the seaman
transferred .to Cristobal when the
operation Is completed so that he
may be put aboard ship. The
Durham, en route to London and
Liverpool from New Zealand be-
longs to the New Zealand Ship-
ping Company.
.^ *
"Port Lincoln"
Carries Food for Britain
The British ship Port Lincoln
out of New Zealand tied In at
Balboa last night with 13 pas-
sengers and a cargo of refriger-
ated goods for Britain. This af-
ternoon she loaves for London.
"Little Leaguers" Sailing
Aboard SS Cristobal Friday
According to the advance pas-
senger list from the Panam Line
offices at Balboa Heights, the all-
star Little League Baseball team
will leave Friday on the SS Cris-
tobal to represent the Canal Zone
in the World Series.
The Cristobal will carry 146
passengers. The complete ad-
vance passenger list follows:
Captain and Mrs. Pascal Ada-
mo and son. Miss Catherine M.
Adler, William A. Altman, Mrs.
Lucille Amantlne and Miss Mar-
garetta Augle.
Miss Marlon Bach, Mlas Anna
Barrett, Bruce Bateman, Jr., Mlas
Anne M. Bernler, Robert J. Best,
MLss Ruth Bobbitt, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas E. Bougan, Miss Jacquel-
ine M. Boyle, Rev. John T. Brady,
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Brealey
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Guil-
lermo von Breyman, Alfred H.
Bruhn and David Btesh.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Carml-
chael, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cor-
vle, Mrs. Belva M. Chambers and
daughter, Joseph J. Cicero and
son. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Coleman,
James M. Crwder, Colonel John
K. Daly, Everett O. 8. Dillman,
William W. Doxey, Mr, and Mrs.
Dana D. Dunnlck and Mlas Carole
Ely.
Miss Margaret Fannon, Charles
C. Fears, Miss Florence Finnerty.
Mrs. Verna 8. Fletcher and two
children, Cpl. and Mrs. Robert E.
Gardner and daughter. Dr. A.
Earl Gerrana, Miss Stella I. Gil-
bert, Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Gray
and daughter, Mrs. Nora F.
Green, Maurice Grill and Miss
Gabrielle Guerln.
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Ham-
ma and three children, William
J. Hatchett, Mr. and Mrs. Regi-
nald N. Harden and two children
Reginald M. Hayden, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Hearn, 8gt. and Mrs.
George G. Hepburn and son, Mrs.
Merle J. Hermann, Mr. and Mrs.
Rose H. Hollowell, Miss Elizabeth
A. Huntingdon and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold S. Ireland.
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley B. Jack-
son and two children, Mr. and
Mrs. Nathaniel Jervls, Sgt. Wal-
lace T. Johnson, Thomas A.
Jones, Mrs. Mildred Keefe and
son, Rev. Lawrence F .Kelly, Em-
mett O. Klernan, Edward T.
Klrchmler ,Jr Mrs. Miriam N.
Klausner and Col. and Mrs. Ri-
chard J. Kunkel.
Robert G. Laatz, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Jacques K. Lally, Captain
OrrU L. Lamb, James Lawrence,
Ralph R. Lelsy, Morris Llchten-
thal. James M. Little and James
R. Lovelady.
Edward W. MacKenzle, John J.
Martin, Mrs. Ann Mayer, William
P. McGinn, William J. McKeown,
F. Mead and son, Andrew Metz-
ger, Mlas Jacqueline A. Morrlll,
Miss Lucille Nobs and Mr. and
Mrs. Carl E. Norwig and son.
Rev. Edward O'Laughlln, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard O. Orton, Mrs.
Helen Oster and son, Alvaro Pa-
checo, Mrs. Johanna M. Pedersen,
Mlas Eileen T. Petorsen, Mrs. Hel-
en C. Petersen, James E. Phillips,
Mrs. Ruth L. Presley, John K. Rit-
tenhouse, Jr. and Frantz B. Rom-
er.
Pedro R. Salas, Miss Ellen S.
Shlrer, Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. James
R- Swanbeck and three children,
Mrs. Mattie S. Smith, Miss Anna
M. Tavern, Fred R. Trout, Cap-
tain and Mrs. John R. Uldrick,
Miss Janet Weiss, Daniel G. Win-
klosky, John A. Wright and Mrs.
Hilda Hlldreth.
. JACOBY ON BRIDGE
BE OSWALD JACOB?
Written (or NEA Service
TERRYA
THE HURRIED PLAYWRIGHT
k\ 'niPPO* OUR COVW-UP WOllLP HAv* IMtJ)
MORfi CONVINCING IF WB'P ACTP OUT TH /
PaVTAlUb OUT THW ISN'T TIMS...VOWl <
.VOU6 WITH QUZ UPPenty CUINECC
UPC/ WONT WAIT,
NORTH(D) AA52 Q1042 OAKJ70 *J 5
WIST EAST
482 AJ10I4
178 VKJB
? 10 1J 0
AK005 *Q10742
SOUTH
AKQ70
w A05
? Q853
I
Both vuL
North East South West
1* Pass 1A Pas*
2* Pass 3 0 Paso
3" Pass 4 4> Paso
4a> Pass Pass Past
Opening leadA K
Mi soothing
npto-
Bismof
sWroV faigood again7
utto-mismol u gsstlm. It pretdi
a toothing, protective coating oo ir-
ritated itomach and intestinal waUa
1. Mate elm W **> < a#i
R Mai* 'tiwdlfm,vmim .U
g> Hal* mi iiti ntm.,k
Aafc your aVutflM fef pleasaat lanos
Noto limo!. At gaada r*t Mu> relief.
"It must be somebody's birth-
day today," announced Gen-
erous George, "so I'll make you
a present of this trick." It was
an unusual trick to give away,
but our hero certainly didn't lose
anything by it.
The bidding had been tenta-
tive but reasonable enough. Play-
ing for a game with four trumps
in your own hand and three In
the dummy is sound enough U
you're a good player.
West opened the king of clubs
and then shifted to the nine of
spades. Dummy played the deuce
of spades, East played tho four
of spades, and Generous George
made his little speech and played
the six of spades. The defenders
were surprised, but not grateful
to be given thla trump trick.
West, led his remaining trump
(as good at any lead at this
point), and dummy won with the
ace. Declarer next entered his
hand with the queen of diamonds
to ruff his remaining club with
dummy's last trump.
Now George could get to his
hand with the ace of hearts to
draw trumps with the king and
queen. That made it possible for
him to run the rest of the dia-
monds without interruption. He
scored with five diamonds, a
heart, three top trumps, and one
club ruff.
What would the result have
been If George had not been so
generous at the second trick?
He'd have lost his game contract.
For example, suppose the first
round of trumps is taken by
dummy's ace. South gets to his
hand with the queen of diamonds
to ruff a club and then draw two
rounds of trumps with the king
and queen. He must then run the
diamonds, whereupon East care-
fully ruffs on the fourth round
of the suit. East then leads back
a club, and South can win only
nine tricks.
The point Is that South should
expect to lose one trump trick
and can afford to give lt up only
on the first round of the suit.
That leaves him In position to
ruff a club and still draw all the
trumps.
FRED OISEN LINE
MS 'Abraham Lincoln'
Sailing on or about
July 26th
ALLEY OOP
Specs? Where Are They?
BY V. T. HAMLIN
BUT IAINT GOT \l KNOW YOU'RE
TH' WOWLER9/ i NOT, BUT I'M
FBEL SWELL/ I A-SWBARIN',
TWAS THEM
DADSUM SPECS
YOU WAS
A-WEAR1N'.'
BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
1
Confusing
BY EDGAR MARTEN
lor
Antwerp & Norway
For Passage Apply
(. FERNIE & Co.
Cristbal
3-1772
Balboa
2-1371


WEDNESDAY, JULY II, 1951
THK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIM NIWBPAPEB
PAGE
T
House Salvages
Veers Towards
By VINCENT J. BURKE
WASHINGTON, July 18 (UP) The House voted
tentatively yesterday to ban future rollbacks in beef prices
but allowed last month's 10 per cent cut to stand.
The action, by a vote of 207 to 123, was an unex-
pected victory for Administration forces who have been
taking a beating in their effort to write a tough controls
'aw- ,
The amendment placed no restrictions on rollbacks
of non-farm prices, and left other farm commodites be-
sides beef subject to possible future rollbacks of up to 10
percent. ^
It was adopted alter the House
rejected three other antl-rollback
proposals In a serles o rapid-fire
votes. They were:
1) A Republican plan, sponsor-
ed by Rep. Jesse P. Wolcott, R.,
Mich., to forbid any future roll-
backs on beef or any other farm
commodity. This was debated
129 to 65. ,
2) A farm bloc amendment,
sponsored bv Rep. Harold D. Coo-
ley, D, N.C.. to kill all past and
future rollbacks of farm prices
This proposal, which price offi-
cials said would have caused an
Immediate 10 per cent Jump In
beef prices, was defeated 217 to
124.
3) A sweeping amendment by
Rep. E. E. Cox, D., Oa.. which
would have killed all past and
future rollbacks on both farm
and non-farm commodities.
The amendment which the
House approved subject to pos-
sible reversal on a formal roll call
vote later was sponsored by
the House Banking Committee.
It forbids price rollbacks on
farm commodities below 90 per
cent of the May 19, 1951 level.
That would kill Price Stabilizer
Michael DISalle's plan for two
more beef rollbacks of 4-J' per
cent each on Aug. 1 and Oct. 1.
But It would not affect the 10 per
cent cut already ordered.
DISalle's plan was aimed at
forcing down retail beef prices
elpht to 10 cents a pound by fall.
The Senate-passed bill, to ex-
tend controls through next Feb-
ruary, goes much further In ban-
ning rollbacks. Except for a few
special cases, it would tie DI-
Salle's htfhds on future cuts In
farm or non-farm ceilings, but
would not affect any past roll-
back, such as the one on beef.
The House voted on the issue
after hearing several members
warn that consumers may be
infuriated if high prices are
froten where they are by law.
Rep. Abraham J. Multer. D.,
N.Y., said the ceiling price oh
chuck roast would go up 5.5 cents
a pound Immediately If the ex-
isting beef price rollback were
killed.
Rep. Wright Patman. D.. Tex.,
said anv attempt to kill the beef
rollback would be an "injustice to
farmers" because it would anta-
gonize city-dwelling consumers
and "jeopardize" their support of
the entire farm program.
Rep. Franklin D. Roosevelt,
Jr. D., N.Y., said the cost of liv-
ing would go up 819,000,000.000
a year if all rollback authority
was wiped out.
"We'll have a 25-cent dollar
and a couple o years after that
a nickel dollar," he warned.
Rep. Gordon Canfleld. R.. N. J..
said he would vote against ban-
nine price rollbacks. He added:
"I'm being pursued night and
day by a charming and persistent
lobbyistmy wife."
Fiery, Itching
Toes and Feet
Here li clean, taime antiseptic oil
now dlapenaed by chemists at trifling
coat, that will do more to help you Ret
rid of your trouble than anvthlnc vou've
ever used.
Its action la so powerfully penetrating
that the Itching la instantly stopped: ana
In a short Ume you are rid of that both-
ersome, fiery eczema. The same Is true
of Barber's Itch. Salt Rheum. Itching
Toea and Feetother irritating unsightly
skin troubles
You can obtain Moone'a Emerald Oil
In the original bottles at any modern
drug atore. It I* safe to useand failure
In any of the alimenta oled above !
.-are indeed.
Price Cutters
GetGovt.Aid
Against Foes

WASHINGTON. July 18. (UP)
Attorney General J. Howard
McGrath warned last night that
he will crack down on producers,
wholesalers or retailers who use
Illegal means to prevent price-
cutting by merchants who refuse
to sign fair trade contracts.
There were indications that the
Justice Department soon will
launch at least one Grand Jury
Investigation.
McGrath said there will be
"prompt and vigorous action" to
prosecute such persons under the
anti-trust laws. He added that
the Justice Department Is '.'se-
riously concerned" about reports
of such activities but did not say
where they had occurred.
He said the attempts apparent-
lyly had occurred since the Su-
preme Court ruled May 21 that
merchants who do not sign so-
called fair trade contracts cannot
be compelled to sell fair trade
items at fixed minimum prices.
Under the decision, which set
off immediate price wars In New
York and some other major cities,-
anyone who tries to make such
retailers abide by the minimum
prices can be prosecuted under
the anti-trust laws.
The MUler-Tydlngs amendment
to the anti-trust law permits fair
trade agreements in the 44 states
which have legalized them. But
under the Supreme Court edict,
they cannot be enforced unless
the retailer has signed a contract
agreeing to abide by the manu-
facturer's fixed price.
Beef Rollback;
Price Controls
;


- mZ.. i :
Russia Gives Silent
Treatment To Truman
Friendship Message
WASHINGTON. July 18 (USIS)
The Voice of America is calling
attention to the fact that the So-
viet Government thus far has ig-
nored President Truman's request
to transmit to the Soviet peoples
a friendship resolution passed by
both houses of the U.S. Congress.
For the next several days the
U.S. State Department said, the
Voice of America will stress in all
its Russian-language broadcasts
the number of days that have
elapsed since July 7. when Mr.
Truman forwarded the friendshiD
resolution to the President of the
Presidium of the Supreme Soviet
of the U.S.S.R.
The first of the series of broad-
casts, begun over the weekend,
pointed out that Truman's mes-
sage to the Soviet Official con-
tained "a simple request."
This request, the broadcasts
explain, was1 "that those who
head the Soviet Union transmit
to the people of the Soviet Union
a resolution passed by the elect-
ed representatives of the Ameri-
can people, the Congress, ex-
pressing to them the feeling ot
friendship."
To date, the broadcasts notes,
"there is no evidence that the
president's request has been com-
piled with."
"MOUNTAIN CLEANERS" AT WORK-Working In much the
same manner as our city window-cleanersexcept with ham-
mersthese "mountain cleaners" at Salzburg, Austria, work over
the sides ot sheer cliffs above the town. Their job each spring is
to check the walls for loosened stones that may endanger life and
property below.
Jealous Husband Cuts Wife's
Scream With Fatal Gunblast
BAINBRIDGE, Ga.. July 18,
(UP) George Fox stepped up to
his wife as she got out of a taxi
early yesterday and spoke her
name softly: "Grace."
Then his jealousy exploded in
a murderous rage.
He pushed his wife to the pave-
ment and shot her through the
head, shutting off her piercing
scream.
Fox then poked his rifle Into
the taxicab and with one shot
killed Donald Bryan. 23-wer-old
radio announcer who had
brought Mrs. Fox home.
While taxi driver Johnnie San-
ders ran for cover and a tele-
phone, Fox walked back to his
wife's already lifeless body and
shot her again.
He got into his own car. drove
.several blocks and ended his ram-
page by putting a 22-callbre slug
into his own head. He died at a
hospital eight hours later.
Mrs. Fox's scream and the shots
had awakened the pretty wom-
an's parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
Griffin, at whose home she had
been staying since her separation
from Fox.
Police arrived to find Griffin
kneeling over his dead daughter
and Mrs. Griffin crying hysteri-
cally.
From acquaintances, police
pieced together the background
of the tragedy. Fox. 34-year-old
truck line operator, and his wife
had been estranged about six
months, but they had been seeing
each other frequently.
Several days ago. Fox was re-
ported to have'found out about
his wife's friendship with the
voung radio announcer who came
here recently from Lumberton,
N.C.
Police Chief R. T. Humphries
said he received calls several
days ago that Fox was carrying a
gun and "spying" on his wife's
movements.
All day Monday, said soft drink
executive D. M. Langston, Fox
hung around his place "looking
like a wild man."
Around midnight, San d e r s
picked up Mrs. Fox and Bryan at
the announcer's apartment in re-
sponse to a call for a taxi and
drove them to the Griffin home.
As they stopped, the cabbie
said, Fox stepped out of his own
parked car and. pulling his wife
close to him by her blouse collar,
spoke her name and started
shooting.
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
Wher 100.000 People Meal
Presents
Today, Wednesday, July 18
P.M.
3:3UMusic for Wednesday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15FRENCH IN THB AIR
(RDF)
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Lean Back and Listen
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Our Mutual Friend iBBCi
7:30PABST SPORTS REVIEW
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00NEWS (VOA)
8:15Short Story -Theater
(VOA)
fc45 USA The Continuing Re-
volution (VOA)
9:00-^Io Stafford Show (VOA)
9:15Radio Forum (VOAi
9:30CommentatorV Digest
(VOA)
9:45Sports World and Tune of
Dav (VOA)
10:00BBC Playhouse
11:00Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
Italy Wants Treaty
Limits Lifted
From Armed Forces
WASHINGTON, July 18 (UP).
Italy urged the United States
yesterday to scrap provisions of
the Italian Peace Treaty that
limit the armed forces of the
former enemy nation to 300,000
men. .
The action coincided with a
U. S. decision to. press ahead
with plans for bolstering the ar-
med forces of Western Germany
and Spain as well as Italy to
help meet the threat of possible
Communist aggression.
Mario Luciolli. Italian charge
d'affaires, made the request
during a conference with Sec-
retary of State Dean Acheson.
Acheson responded sympathetic-
ally and Indicated he will con-
sult with the other free na-
tions on possible treaty revi-
sions.
Luciolli told Acheson that
I American help has enabled Italy
to' achieve full democracy and
> to take "its share of responsibil-
ity for the defense of peace-
loving countries." Now, he said.
j the United States should act to
overhaul the Italian treaty.
n-row, Thursday, July It
A.M.
Alarm Clock Club
', ..,Morning Salon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
8:30Crazy Quilt
8:45Jery Sears Presents
9:00NEWS
9:15S ACRED HEART PRO-
GRAM
9:30As I See It
10:00NEW8
10:05OK the Record
11:00NEW8
11:05Off the Record (Contd.)
11:30Meet the Band
NoonNEWS
P.M.
12:05Luncheon Music
12:30Popular Music
1:00NEWS
1:15Personality Parade
1:45 Excursions In Selene
2:00Call For Les Paul
2:15Date for Dancing
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00American Debut
3:15The Little Show
3:30Music For Thursday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15Negro Spirituals
4:30What's Your Favorite
6.00Panamusica Story Time
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Make Believe Ballroom
(VOA)
7:30Sports Review
7:45Jam Session
8:00World News (VOA)
8:15Cross Country. U.S.A.
(VOA)
8:45Jam 8ession (VOA)
9:00Meet Eleanor Roosevelt
(VOA) .
9:30Commentator's Digest
(VOA)
9:45Sports Tune of Day and
News (VOA)
10:00Take It From Here (BBC)
10:30Fred Waring
11:00The Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
NATICK. Mass. (UP) This
town, celebrating Its 300th birth-
day this spring, has among Its
prized possessions a centuries-
old Indian Bible translated bv
John Eliot, who founded Natick
in 1661.
July Bargains
World ofamous (Brand
0
FACE POWDERS
BATH POWDERS
C/rom flew IJork'n ryijth J^venue!
THE FRENCH BAZAAR
JUAN PALOMERAS
COLON COLON
RAF Flying Boats
To Make Goodwill
Flight To Stales
NORFOLK, (Virginia) July 18
Four Sunderland flying boats
of the Royal Air Force will spend
four days here from July 27
through 31, during a 10,790 mile
goodwill flight to the Western
hemisphere. A U.S. Navy flyer,
temporarily attached to the R. A.
F.. will fly one of the planes.
They will also visit Jamaica,
Bermuda and Newfoundland.
They will return to Pembroke
Dock, Wales, on August 8.
Squadron Leader PAS. Rum-
bold. Officer Commanding No.
201 Squadron. R.A.F.. will be In
charge of the flight.
The Sunderlands will be cap-
tained by Flight Lieutenant J. E.
Simomnds. Flight Lieutenant L.
J. Browne Fl!"ht I leutcnr>"t J.
i{ Ramsden. A.F.C., and Lieu-
tenant. Commander D. D. Decker.
U.8. Navy.
Altogether 36 aircrew are on
the flight.
Lieutenant Commander Dannv
Decker. 30. U.S. Navy, Is serving
with the R.A.F. on an exchanne
posting. After training at the
U.8. Naval Academy. Annapolis,
he served In destroyers in 1942
and In submarines in 1943-45. all
in the Pacific
He started flying In 1946 and
has been with No. 201 Squadron
for a year. During the Squad-
ron's stay in the U.S.A.. he
hopes to find time to pay a visit
home, with his crew.
Happy Harvey!
Relax Harvey, all Is well.
A Job yon found, as we can tell!
Our Want Ad yon answered to a
Soon you'll be president, wait 'n
see!
Dollar for Dollar
""""""Poiiliae
. Equtpmtnt, MHMori and Irim UluMraUd art mk;rt la chanf *H0mU notiH.
For Mites and Miles of New Car Pleasuret
If you've nevar owned a Pontiac
you've never known the thrilling experi-
ence of Pontiac'i surging, eager power
... its imooth, iure-footed ride .. and
its effortless handling ease. .
But there's an even greater revelation
for Pontiac keeps this new-car thrill
for miles and miles and years and years!
It'a a matUr of record that no car has
a more widely accepted reputation for
dependability than Pontiacthat no
car will perform so long, so well.
This is very important to think bout
when you select your next new car. It
is one of the big reasons why Dollar
for Dollar You Can't Beat a Pontiac!
Aaaerlra Low
el-Prle-u Straight Eight Low> Friera or v.lib V>l Hydra Mallr fjrlvo
tfJtUnaltltarttaU)
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY AT
NEW. LOWER. OFF-FLOOR PRICES
CIV A, S.A.
Your CADILLAC and PONTIAC Dealer
Panama Colon
Or
.
fvetyboy 1&Q$ Classified




FIRST.e.See Your Travel Agent
na
>
ii
na

'
onctfi'sf
141.1.
Mitt
IfM
BrI
Panama Tours
offers you all these
extra services at "
extra cost:
S
I I
:

m
r
Arranging yovr hot.l and
(ravel reMrvorioni.
Select". ^* 'Trld
rout., for your Jj^
planning your .top-over.
and P''
AiHna you with your
documentation.
.forming you about rot..
and currency whang:
Providing "IP*"' hint$ !.
Jimof. and clothing you II
^8yo Ml information
on money-ov.ng *onjf
tour fo North and South
Am rica.
W.S.-K.D*
i
'rapnel
AUTHORIZED BRANIFF HAVEL AGENT
Panama Tours
Avenida Tivoli, #18

Wherever you go, you'r. sor. of
the finestwhen your travel agent
plant your trip. Panama Tour
will make all arrangementsfor hotels,
tour, stopovers, te., before
you deport leave you nothing
to do but njoy you
trip to the utmost j
And you're sure of the finest who*
you fly MANIFF between the Americas,
Two famous flighrs-EI Conquistador,
for 5-mile-a-minute luxury service,
and El Intercontinental far
dependable travel a*
bvdget cost
Braniff
1 %67>i

/ag rom
m PANAMA AMIKICAN AN WDCTlNDtNT DAIt* NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JTJL* II. 1MI
Four Teams In Red Hot Battle For AL Command
y

Walcott Makes Fifth Bid For
World Championship Tonight
* *
Joe Waleott
Kzzard Charlri
Little League
LOCAL RATE
Team Standings (2nd Half)
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Twin City Rookies. 4 0 1000
Fergus Cubs......2 1 667
Ifill La Bocans ... 1 3 .000
Mt'cello Gamboans 0 S .000
'.
LEADING BATHMKN
AB H Ave.
H. Holder iTCi .. .. 39 19 .487
E. Best (I........44 20 .455
C. Griffiths (P>.. .. 33 14 .433
R. Pate (H........46 19 .413
R. Samuels (TO) .. 37 14 .405
I. Lord ill........52 19 .365
ArHowell (Ft .. ..39 14 359
R. Jimnez (TC) ..42 15 .357
L. Hill (Ii.......48 19 .397
L. Blades iTCi .. .. 43 14 .326
C.Caddie ill......37 12 .324
A. Titus (TC i .... 36 11 .314
H. Warren iMQi ..32 10 .313
OTHER LEADERS
Hits: Earl Best (H.20; R. Pate
(I), 19; I. Lord it, 19; H. Holder
(TCi, 19.
Doubles; R. Pate Hi, 8; E. Best
nez (TCi, 3.
Triples: E. Best Hi.R. Jimnez
(TCi, J. Allen iMG'. H. Warren
,1 etch.
Home Runs: C. Griffiths (F),
W. St. Louis (Fi, R. Jimnez
(TCi,. 2 each.
RBl's: H. Holder (TCi, 13; E.
Best ili, 12; R. Pate (I), 10; W.
St. Louis (Fi, 10.
Runs Scored: A. Titus (TO, 16;
H. Holder (TO, 14; R. Pate H),
13.
Bases on Balls: W. Forde (F),
14: R. Molinar 'TO, 12.
Strikeouts: W.St.Louis iFi.13;
G.Payne Hi, 12; G.Moreno (TO,
12.
- Stolen BaseB: S. Duncan rMGi,
2.
Total Bases: Robert Pate H),
27; R.Jimnez (TO, 26; H. Hold-
er (TO. 26.
PITCHING RECORDS
Won Lost Pet.
A. Wataon (1> 2 0 1.000
G.Timlin|iTO 2 0 1000
O. Maynard (TO 1 0 1,000
R. Jlmnes (TO. 6 1 .887
K. Sinclair iFi. 8 2 .714
R. Pate Hi % ... 6 3 .667
Most Complete Games: Robert
Pate ili,5; Ramn Jimnez (TO,
5, '
Most Losses. Robert Pate, 3;
Alfred Bowen (Fi, 3.
Most Innings Pitched: Robert
FL0RSHEIM
SHOES!
Wing Tip Styh** With
Thin Sole,
i t
BLACK & WhiTE
and
BROWN & WHITE.
Also other models in
solid colors!
Buy Yours NOW We do not
expert another shipment before
the third of November!
The French Bazaar
JUAN PALOMERAS
COLON
COLON
PITTSBURGH, July 18 'UP)
Veteran Jersey Joe Walcott Is all
set for his record-setting fifth
shot at the heavyweight title to-
night here.
The 37-year-old Camden. N.J.,
heavyweight loafed around hla
camp In McKeenport. Penn., wait-
ing for the weigh-In. Champion
Ezzard Charles, defending for
the ninth time, broke camp at
Llgonier and moved into a Pitts-
burgh hotel yesterday.
The champ was sharp In three
tune-up rounds Monday. Charles
knows lie must win and win im-
pressively to convince still skep-
tical fight fans that he Is a real
champion.
Charles, a heavy (l-to-4) fa-
vorite, expects to weigh in at
111 pounds. That would be 10
pounds less than Walcott pre-
dicts.
The weatherman will play an
Important role In the outdoor
bout at Forbes Field. Showers are
forelast today. If It does rain, the
bout will be held over until
Thursday night.
Promoters sav the advance sale
has hit $125,000 and predict at-
tendance of at east 20.000 and a
gate of $200.000 for this third
meeting between the two. Charles
has won two decisions over Wal-
cot t. Jersey Joe also lost twice to
Joe Louis when the Brown Bomb-
er was champ.
A group of television set
manufacturers have paid $190,-
000 for the radio-T.V. rights.
However, the fight will not be
broadcast or telecast within a
75-mile radius of Pittsburgh.
Charles will earn about $80.000
for his night's work while Wal-
cott will receive about $40,000.
Louis, who has been promised a
title bout with Charles in Sep-
tember, will be at ringside.
Should Charles lose tonight, he
will meet Walcott again within
90 days.
Charles says he expects Wal-
cott to try for a quick knockout.
"But I'll be ready for him," says
the champ.
Another heavyweight In line
for a title boutRocky Marciano
received a hero's welcome Mon-
day night when he returned
home to Brockton. Mass.
Nearly 29.000 Brockton fans
turned out to welcome Marciano
Who scored a sixth round kayo
over Rex Layne In New York last
Thursday. A 125-car motorcade
escorted Marciano to City Hall
where Mayor Melvln Clifford
gave him a key to the city.
"You have always been one of
our finest boys." the Mayor told
Rocky, "and It is a terrific pleas-
ure to see you on the way to the
heavyweight championship."
Marciano promised to do his
best to bring Brockton the title.
"I suppose Joe Louis is next."
said Rocky,""but I'm not sure of
anything yet. I'm just going to
trv and go all the way and win
the title.''
White Sox, Indians Beat
Yanks, Bosox Last Night
fly United Prt$s
NEW YORK, July 18 The four conrtnden were
dote enough to continue the American League race al-
most neck and neck after the Indians upset the Red Sox
and the White Sox came from behind to beat the Yankees.
The results left the Red Sox in first place with .608
percentage to the White Sox' .605. The Yankees were
third with .593 and the Indians, who hare won 17 of their
last 21 gomes, in fourth with .590.
Pate. 49; Ramon Jimnez iTC',
41.
The schedule follows:
Julv 21. 9:30 a.m.Twin.City
Rookies vs. Hill La Bocans, at La
Boca; Fergus Cubs vs. Monticello,
at Oamboa.
July 23, 4:30 p.m.Fergus Cubs
vs. Twin City Rookies, at Red
Tank: If ill La Bocans vs. Monti-
cello, at Oamboa.
July 29. 4:30 p.m.Monticello
vs. Twin City Rookies, at Paral-
so; Iflll La Bocana vs. Fergus
Cubs, at La Boca.
Sports Briefs
BY UNITED PRESS
BASEBALL Former Baseball i
Commissioner A. B. Chandler;
says he would accept a job rep-
resenting major league players.
"If I am available and they
want me. I will be glad to serve
them,'' Chandler told newsmen in
Philadelphia yesterday.
The idea was started by H. I.
Miranda of Lexington, Kentucky.
Miranda says he has sent ques-
tionnaires to all major league
players asking if they want to
draft Chandler as their repre-
sentative. Miranda, who talked
this morning with Chandler, did-
n't reveal results of the, poll.
"I was not there to make a pro-
r)sltlon, but lust to explain what
was doing," Miranda said after
leaving Chandler s hotel suite.
The only American in the
French Open Oolf Tourneyfor-
mer New Yorker Bob Sweeny-
shot a 74 In the opening round at
Paris yesterday. Egyptian Cham-
pion Hassan Hassaneln leads with
a 67.
Bob Feller beat the Red Sox for
the fourth time and became the
majors' first 13-game winner as
he survived a four-run ninth in-
ning rally to win 8-8 In a Cleve-
land night game.
The White Sox, meanwhile, bat-
tled from behind and finally
shoved over a run In the tenth on
Ed Stewart's double and Eddie
Robinson's single.
The Indians gave Feller a com-
manding lead when they scored
five unearned runs In the third
inning. In the ninth, two singles,
a walk and pinchhltter Charley
Maxwell's homer Jolted Feller but
he recovered to fan Mickey Mc-
Dermott to end the game. Mel
Parnell, the Red Sox starting
pitcher, suffered his sixth loss.
Allie Reynolds shut oat the
White Sex for seven Innings,
protecting a 3-0 lead, bat the
Chisox rallied for three runs In
the eighth on a walk, sinfn by
Stewart. Cuban Orestes Mifteso
and Nelson Fox plus Robinson s
infield out.
The Yankees tied the score In
.the ninth on a walk, Bobby
Brown's double and Johnny
Hopp's Infield out but the White
Sox bounced back with the win-
ning run off Stubby Overmlre In
the tenth. Saul Rogovln went the
route to win his sixth game for
the White Sox.
Cuban Sandallo Consuegra won
his fifth game as the Senators
scored Six runs in the fifth to win
the opener but ex-Yankee Tom-
my Byrne pitcher a four-hitter
as the Browns split in the night-
cap. The Browns' Hank Arft nit
a homer in the first game.
The Tigers cored five runs in
the third and Dlzey Trout's relief
pitching preserved Virgil Truck's
third win -S in a Detroit night
contest over the Athletics. Hoot
Evers and Vic Wertz each had
two homers.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Pirates beat the Dodgers,
4-3, in an Ebbets Field night bat-
tle to deal the senior circuit lead-
ers their fifth loss In six games.
BUI Howerton's third hit a
singlescored George Metkovlch
with the second run of the eighth
inning as the Pirates downed the
Dodgers for the seventh time in
12 meetings. Howie Pollet earned
credit for his third victory al-
though Ted Wilks, another ex-
Cardinal, pitched the last two In-
nings. The Dodgers' Duke Snider
hit hU 21st homer,
The Cubs downed the Olanta.
7-4. in a Polo Grounds after dark
contest. The Oiants scored two
runs in both tha eighth and ninth
but could not overcome the Cubs'
early lead gained at the expense
of Sheldon Jonea and Al Oettel.
Cal McLlsh went the distance
for his fourth win. The Giants'
Willie Mays hit his Itth homer
with one on baas In the eighth
to spoil McLlsh's shutout.
The Braves blanked the Card-
inals, 8-0, In a Boston arc-light
game. Max Surkont won hla
eighth game and second shutout
as the Braves beat the Redblrds.
The Braves' Earl Torgeson hit
his' 12th homer.
The Phillies routed the Reds,
10-0 after losing the first game
of a twl-nlght doubleheader, 0-8,
at Philadelphia.
Steven Bennett
Works Out With
Young Finnegan
Hard-hitting Steven Bennett,
who is slated to meet Sylvester
Wallace in the six-round semi-
final on the Black Pico-Bab
Green card Sunday night, has
been forced So work out with
Young Finnegan because of the
shortage of sparring partners.
Sparring mates started shun-
ning Bennett since early last
week because they claim that he
hits much too hardeven In
training. The heavier and vastly
more experienced Finnegan Is
expected to give Bennett plenty
of pointers before the week is
over.
Bennett, now riding the erest
of a winning streak. Is the favor-
ite to whip the mice-promising
Wallace. However, reports are
that Wallace has regained his
best form and Is out to prove his
right to be considered a contend-
er for the lM-pound title.
'Meanwhile, Pico and Green
continue to sharpen their tools
for their clash. Another loss to a
local boy eould be harmful to Pi-
co who Is rated one of the best
little men in the world. He will
try his best to score convincingly
over the local US-pound ohamp.
Green Is also out to prove that
he is no fluke champion and has
stated that he will do everything
possible to win by a knockout.
Karl betting indicates that Pico
is a slight favorite to win.
The other bouts on the pro-
gram are a six-round special be-
tween Leslie Thompson and Bat-
tling Escudero at 118 pounds and
a four-round preliminary be-
tween Melvln Bourne and Pedro
Teals at 128 pounds.
The American and Japanese
Davis Cup teams began practice
today In Louisville for their A-
merlcan Zone first round match
. which opens Friday. Pairings will
I be announced Thursday.
German Davis cuppers defeat-
ed Italy 3 to 2 at Munich yester-
day and moved into the Euro-
pean Zone finals. Germany will
meet the winner of the Sweden-
Philippines semifinal being play-
ed in Sweden.
r
PLAY SAFE!
When It's PAINT Insist on
TROPIDURA ?;
If you belong to the Armed Forces
or If you have a steady job come to
our Store anil you can choose your
own terms to buy on credit.
e have the best Mahogany Furniture.
I you don't know our Club System
it us and you will be delighted.
9tbitfik
Sv Central Ave. Tel. t-2404.
Distributors:
CIA. CYRNOS, S. A.
Playground
Sports
INTER-PI.AYUROVM)
BASKETBALL
"A"LEAGUE
Saturday, July 14, Balboa "A"
played host to the Diablo "A,"
who emerged victorious after a
long, hard-fought game which
went Into an extra quarter. High
scorer for the game was Nick
Stokes of Balboa with 18 points,
followed by H. Turner with 19
points.
BALBOA FG FT PF TP
N. Stokes.... 7 2 4 18
F. Boyd..... 3 8 9 9
G. Holt.....8 8 4 9
F. Lee.....l 1 0 3
B. Dolan .... 1 0 4 2
B. Peacher. .,023 2
B. Bright. ... 0 1 6 1
A. Degenarr 0 0 0 0
T. Bach..... 0 0 0 0
Totals ..... 18 12 28 42
DIABLO FG FT PF TP
H. Turner ... 7 1 3 15
E. Rathgaber. .3248
N. Haydel ... 3 2 1 8
E Sparrow. ..120 4
R. NlckUher. .034 3
B. Lang..... 1 1 4 3
W. NlckUher. .114 3
Vlej......0 0 1 0
Totals'.....18 12 23 44
Game Officials: Time rE.
Rlchter- ScorerN. Reyes; Ref-
ereesP. Karst and R. Mower.
The result of Saturday's en-
counter between the undefeated
Ancn "B" team and the strong
Balboa "B" team saw the Ancon
team beat Balboa by the score of
85 to 80 In a well-played contest
at the Balboa Gym. The end of
the first quarter of play finished
In an 8 to 8 tie. However, the com-
blned efforts of G. Ledderer, L.
Montavanl, and K. Menzel In the
second quarter was enough tor
Ancon to go ahead at the half 24
to 15.
In the third quarter the Bal-
boa team came back strong as
the result of tome major changes
In the line-up and cut the lead
considerably. However, the Quar-.
ter also saw Ed Napolean foul out
for the Balboa five, and he had
to be replaced. Fighting an uphill
battle all the way, the Balboa
team managed to cut the lead
down to two points In the fourth
quarter but 1. Charles also foul-
ed out. R. Swalm and J. Cicero
were playing excellent ball but
were unable to overcome the lead
piled up by Ancon with two min-
utes to play at the half time.
Ancon played an exceptionally
good game and would have won
easily but for the lack of reserves.
High point man for the day was
Ed Napolean with 13 points, al-
though he fouled out at the be-
ginning of the third quarter.
MenieH Montavanl. and O. Led-
derer scored 8, 11 and 12 points
respectively for the winners.
The Balboa "C" team played
its first league game and lost to
Ancon 38 to 2%. Ancon Jumped to
a big lead in the first half when
R. Reyes outscored the entire
Balboa team with 14 points. The
half time score was 24 to 13. In
the second half when Ancon was
substituting freely, the Balboa
American League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.B.
Boston. ... 81 38 .SOS
Chicago ... S3 34 .MS
New York. 48 S3 .593 IV*
Cleveland. .49 M .590 1H
Detroit 37 4! .4SS Ili,
Washington 35 48 .423 15'3
Philadelphia 34 31 .400 11W
St. Louis 38 81 MV-U'i
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Chicago.
Washington at St. Louis (N).
Philadelphia at Detroit.
Boston at Cleveland.
_ YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Boston.............. 8
Cleveland............ S
* (Night Game)
Ten Innings
New York............ 3
Chicago.............. 4
(Night Game)
Philadelphia..........
Detroit.............. 8
(First Game, Twilight)
Washlngt'n 000 180 00O7 13 0
8t. Louis 000 110 00O2 10 1
Consuegra (5-5) and Qrasso;
Pillette (4-8), Sleater and Lollar.
(Second Game, Night)
Washington.......... 0
St. Louis............ a
National League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.B,
Brooklyn .53 31 .831
New York. 4* 49 .535 S
St. Louis .43 39 .534 9
Cincinnati 41 40 .5*6 IS 4
Philadelphia 41 43 .488 13
Boston ... 37 43 .482 14
Chicago ... 34 43 .442 15',
Pittsburgh 33 49 .481 IS
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Boston (N).
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn.
Chicago at New York.
Cincinnati at Phlla. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Pittsburgh............ 4)
Brooklyn............ 1
(Night Game)
St., Louis............ o
Bostn.............. 3
(Night Gamo)
Chicago............ 7
New York............. 4
(First Game, Twilight)
Cincinnati 110 310 0039 15 1
Philadelp'ia 000 000 3058 15 3
Fox i6-4i, Smith and Ho well;
Roberts (11-8), Candinl, Hausen,
Miller and Wllber.
(Second Game, Night)
Cincinnati.......... 0
Philadelphia..........10
Local Rate Summer Sports
Vacation Program Slated
To End Within Two Weeks
Another successful Local Rate
vacation program will come to a
close within the next two weeks
team began to find themselves
and outscored Ancon 18 to 11.
BALBOA FG FT PF TP
Scott.....3 0 0 8
McKeown ... 4 0 4 8
Reece.....3 3 l 7
Cody......0 0 1 0
Lee......3 1 1 7
Selby.....0 0 0 0
J. DesLondes. .0 0 0 0
Albin......0 0 0 0
Brandon. ... 0 0 0 O
Phalen ..... 0 0 0 0
Totals.....13 4 7 38
6 Free Throws Missed.
ANCON FG FT rF TP
Reyes.....1 1 2 18
Rodriguez ... 0 0 0 0
Wood......0 0 0 0
Escala.....0 0 0 0
Rlgby.....0 3 3 2
Bright.....0 3 2 2
Lombana ... 8 0 3 12
Barm.....2 1 3 5
Johnson. ... 0 0 0 0
Totals.......15 6 S 38
4 Free Throws Missed.
with a series of lnter-playgroum
activities in volleyball, archery,
swimming, basketball, shuffle-
board, table tennis, dominoes,
checkers, basketball free throw,
and tennis.
The schedule of special event*
follows:
Tuesday, July 24, 9 ajn.Vol-
leyball (Pacific Side Eliminations
at Paraso Gymi; (Atlantic Side
Elimination* at Chatres Gym>.
Friday. July 27, 9:30 a.m.Ar-
chery Tournament latMt. Hope).
1 oo p.m.Swimming Champion-
ships (at Silver city i.
Monday. July 30, 8:00 an.
Basketball (Pacific Side Summa-
tions at Santa Cruz Oynn; 'At-
lantic Side Eliminations at Cha.
gres Gym >.
Thursday, August 2, 9:30 a.m.
Shuffleboard Singles iat La Bo-
ca): Table Tennis Singles (at La
Boca; 4:00 pjn.Volleyba 11
Championships 'at Paraso Oym)
Saturday, August 4,8:30 a.m.
Checkers and Dominoes 'at Cha-
res Gym); Basketball Freo
hrow i at Chagres Oym).
Saturday, August 11. 9:00 a.m.
Basketball Championships iat
Santa Crusi; U:O0 a.m.Tennia
Championships (at Santa Crui).
I!
You don't know
SOUTH AMERICA
till you've seen its
WEST COAST
Dolly, the famous 11 Inter American*
to Lima and Bueno Airea, stopping
6 time* a week in Santiago.
Now S irnos o week a faster Too
it Special offera you choice of routes
to Buenos Aires (1) via La Pal, or
(2) via Santiago Save up to 25 9b.
For added luxury twice week 4
1 Inter Americano offers Fiesta
Lounge flights the world
luxurious DC-6'a.
PANACRA
MM AMMCAff *a A/twArs
-..it Quit Call
Aleo within **,,. Confo.
We Coa* _y h. Will
much tsioflof. ^ __
_, Brihi ol lifetime'
^ Jxnrt rot-tnt {ar-
A petal r^'Sio, Mont-
^Vueno, ATrt Santiago, or
Ask f tatailsl
hMg. evneoe r-esea* r
A|.mwi


VH.DNESDAY. JULY II. 1151
fil-ri '
Tntt fANAMA AMERICAN AM iNDCfENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
. i -
in
i
page rrfB
.
pacific S^odetu
Bo, 96 &h* Jl.ifku VI &L* 1336
AMBASSADOR OF ECUADOR ENTERTAINS
SUNDAY EVENING AT HOTEL EL PANAMA
The Ambassador of Ecuador to Panema Sixto Daran
Bailan, entertained a aran* hit friendi at dinner Sunday
fining t Hotel El Panama.
Dr. Manta Entertained
During Visit to Isthmus
Dr. Herbert L. Mantz of Kan-
sag City, Missouri, who visited the
Isthmus last week on his way to
the Pan-American Tuberculosis
Conference in Ecuador, was the
house guest of Dr. and Mrs. Ju-
lian R. Hunt In Ancon during his
stay here. Dr. Mantz is National
Counsellor of Veterans Hospitals
in the United States and is a for-
mer President of the National
Tuberculosis Association.
During Dr. Mantz" visit with
them, Dr. and Mrs. Hunt gave a
dinner at Hotel El Panam In his
honor.
Alemn-Coreo Engagement
Announced In Panam
Dr. and Mrs. Julio Alemn of
Panam have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Ju-
lia, to Joa Coreo, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Miguel Coreo of Ancon.
*
Mrs. Gooden and Sons
At Santa Clara
. Mrs. R. Heber Gooden, Regin-
ald and Richard Gooden, wife
and sons of Bishop Gooden of An-
con, have gone to Santa Clara
Beach where they have taken a
cottage for July and August
Reginald, who has completed
hie first year at the Harvard
School, and Episcopal Church
School for boys in North Holly-
wood, California, will return
there early In September after
spending the' lummer with his
parents nere.
Dlnner*Dance Tonight
To Honor the Fletcher*
. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Fletcher of
Gamboa, long time residents of
the Isthmus who are leaving soon
to live in Georgia, will be honored
at a buffet dinner and dance to-
night at the Gamboa Golf Club.
Clergymen Arriving
Archdeacon Townsend of An-
con Is expected to return here
July 30 after a visit with his fam-
ily In Connecticut.
The Reverend William Schaff-
ter will arrive within a few days
on the 88 Peter Maerak and will
assist the Bishop at the Cathe-
dral of St Xuke in Ancon. He is
accompanied by his wife, and
they will occupy the Deanery un-
til the return of Dean and Mrs.
Raymond T. Ferris in October.
Visitors Leaving
For New York
After a short visit in Panam
with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wlr, Miss
Carol Ely of Rutherford, New Jer-
sey, and Miss Marian Bach of
New York City are sailing Friday
for New York on the 88 Cristobal.
Guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Oster
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Doolan
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Oster at the buffet sup-
per Sunday evening at the Army
and Navy Club, Fort Amador.
Dinner Held at
Hotel Tlvoli
Mrs. Lewis B. Moore and Mrs.
William M. Taylor were the host-
esses at the dinner meeting last
evening of the Writers Group.
Canal Zone Branch, National
League of American Pen Women.
Guests at the dinner included
Mrs. Frank W. Pyle, Mrs. Charles
F. Kline, Mrs. Dorothy Melndez
and Mrs. D. Slaughter. The mem-
Senator Douglas Challenges
Truman s Choke Of Judges
By JOHN L. STEELE
WASHINGTON, July 18 (UP)
Sen. Haul H. Douglas. D Ill-
arranged yesterday for a secret
poll of nearly 7.000 Chicago law-
yers to decide whether President
Truman's nominees for two Il-
linois Federal Judgeships are as
well qualified at the men Dou-
glas recommended.
Schoolboy Guilty
01 Slaying Sheriff
With Icepick, Gun
GAINESVILLE, Fla., July 18
(UPi. A jury of 13 white men
yesterday found Orion Johnson.
18 year old Negro schoolboy,
guilty of murder in the first
degree in the slaying of pop-
ular Marion County Sheriff
Edward Porter.
The jury announced its de-
cision after only 38 minutes de-
liberation. The verdict was not
accompanied by a recommenda-
tion of clemency, leaving tne
way clear for a death sen-
tence.
Judge A. Z. Adkins postponed
sentencing after Defense At-
torney Francisco Rodriguez an-
nounced he would ask for a new
trial.
The youth steadfastly main-
tained throughout the trial that
he stabbed and shot to death
Porter only after the officer
drew a pistol on him. Porter's
body was found In his car a
few miles from Oeala last April
13.
The death occurred after the
sheriff had taken Jcjinson to
his mothers home to pick up a
dinner jacket the youth al-
legedly had bought in Ocala
with a bad check. Johnson testi-
fied he hid an icepick under
his arm while inside the house.
Johnson said the sheriff saw
the hidden icepick and drew his
pistol. It was then that the
youth Porter, he testified, first
by stabbing him with the pick,
then shooting him with the of-
ficer's own gun. Johnson ad-
mitted driving the sheriff's body
to a field a mile and a half
away from the house.
Colon-Cristobal
Rotary To Hear
Talk By Ducret
COLON. July 18 The Cristo-
bal-Colon Rotary Club will hold
its weekly meeting at theStrahg-
ers Club tomorrow at 12:30 p.b.
The guest speaker for the meet-
ing will be Comandante Luis J A.
Ducruet of the Cuerpo de Bom-
beros of Colon, who will speak in
honor of the 54th anniversary of
the Colon bomberos and of their
history.
Ducruet was appointed to head
the bomberos upon the death of
Comandante Walker In May of
1936 and has been a bombero for
38 years, entering the service in
the year 1913. His father Co-
mandante J. J. Ducruet, was the
founder of the Cuerpo de Bom-
oeros on Julv 20. 1897.
Comandante Ducruet is a mem-1
ber of the board of directors of
the Banco de Colon, member of
the board of directors of the Co-
lon Free Zone. Consul for Nicar-
aeua and is a member of the or-
der of Vasco Nez de Balboa
With the grade of comendator.
His unprecedented move open-
ed a sizzling new chapter in the
feud which has been developing
between the prominent Demo-
cratic Senator and the President
for several months.
Douglas asked the Chicago and
Cook County Bar Associations
to poll their memberships on
which two are best-suited for the
Federal bench: Cornelius J. Har-
rington and Joseph J. Drucker,
whom Mr. Truman nominated
last Friday, or William H. King.
Jr., and Benjamin P. Epstein,
whom Douglas sponsored.
He indicated that the outcome
of the poll toll determine whe-
ther he wages an open Senate
fight against confirmation of Mr.
Truman's nominees.
Douglas got speedy action on
his extraordinary request. The
Chicago Bar Association agreed,
after a special meeting of ltt
board of managers, to mall out
ballots to Its fi,400 members with-
in four days. Association Presi-
dent Cuthman Blasell said the
result should be known within
10 days.
President Thomas M. Clarke of
the Cook Country Bar Associa-
tion, whose 250 members are al-
most all Negroet, said he favored
.complaying with Douglas' re-
quest, and would put the matter
up to the association's judicial
committee "for immediate act-
ion."'
Blssell said the ballots used by
his association Would give mem-
bers a choice between Harring-
ton versus King, and Epstein
versus Drucker. He said the as-
sociation would have preferred
to let the lawyers pick the best
two men out Of the four, "but we
recognize political expendlehcy
and for the purpose of being
realistic and helpful we decided
to carry out the poll exactly as
requested by Sen. Douglas."
Traditionally, a Senator of the
majority party in Congress has
the privilege of passing on all
judgeship appointments In his
state. But Douglal said in a
statement he Is "not Interested"
In defending his senatorial pre-
rogatives, but simply wants to
make sure that the best men are
chosen for the vacancies on'the
overburdened Federal district
court for Northern Illinois.
bers of the group present were
Mrt. Moore, Mrs. Taylor, Mist Sue
Core, Mrt. Walter Diamond, Mrs.
F. w. Feeney, Mrt. Roy E. Gra-
ham, Mrt. Leland H. Hewitt, Mrs.
Arlstldes Linares, Mrt. Oscar de
la Ouardla, Mrs. David J. Mark-
un, Mrs. Milton Lee Nash, Mrt.
Ernett K. Relmer, Mrt. Amy V.
Sartaln and Mist Mabel Shaffer.
Departures
Mr. and Mri. Raymond Dudley,
who have retlded in Pedro Miguel
for. several yean, have gone to
Quito, Ecuador, where Mr: Dud-
ley was transferred by C. A. A.
Mrs. John F. Oster and her ion
are sailing Friday on the 88 Cris-
tobal for a vacation in the United
SUtee. They will visit Mr. Otter's
mother In Cleveland, Ohio, and
his sitter in Charlotte, North Ca-
rolina.
Large Group Present
At Navy Wives Luncheon
Covers were laid for 80 at the
luncheon held by the Navy Wives
Club yesterday in the south Patio
of Hotel El Panam. Following
the luncheon the afternpon wat
spent at cards.
Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Lee of
Balboa announce the birth of a
son, Edward Thomas, at Oorgas
Hospital on July 8.
N.C.O. Wive Club
Meets at Fort Kobbe
Nine new members were admit-
ted to the N.C.O. Wives Club of
Fort Kobbe at the meeting held
Monday, July 0, at the clubroom.
They are the Mesdames Blanche
Pledger, Maxlne Wright, Connie
Johnston, Marcelle De Large,
Joyce Chester, Lela Vandecar.
Violet Smith, Toby Owens and
Maggie Muakin.
After the meeting refresh-
ment* were served by the co-
hostesses, Mrs. Ruby Austin and
Mrt. Bettljane Anderton.
Delvalle Pictures
Now at J. W. B.
A showing of paintings by Mal-
colm Delvalle of Colon, Is now on
exhibition in the gallery of the
Jewish Welfare Board Armed
Forces Service Center and may
be teen there by the public
throughout this week.
Mr. Delvalle's pictures were
hung at Hotel El Panam early
this month and will be moved
next week to the Hotel Washing-
ton, in Colon, where they will be
exhibited for two weeks.
Symphony to be Heard Tonight
At Bella Vista Theater
The National Symphony Orch-
estra of Panam will present a
concert tonight at 8:30 in the
Bella Vista Theater, with Joseph
Wagner at guest conductor. Mr.
Wagner will also appear tonight
as composer-pianist when hla
Concerto In G Minor is played.
Dinner Saturday
At Boat Club
The Pedro Miguel Boat Club
will entertain its members and
their families at dinner Satur-
day at 0:00 p.m.
Bridge Winners
The winners of the duplicate
contract bridge tournament play-
ed Monday evening at the Diablo
Heights Clubhouse were: lst>
Mrs. E. Peter and John E. Lewis;
2ndT. A. Orr and R. Torres:
3rdMr. and Mrs. W. Norrls; and
a tie for 4th between Mr. and
Mrs. H. G. Hoblnson and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Getman,
GASSY STOMACHS
PAIN & DISTRESS
Never have you found such fast re-
lief. It's newit's different. Neutracid
it the formula of a well known west
toast phyilclen for use whenever excess
stomach add causes gat, sour stomach
or heartburn without any upsetting reac-
tionNeutracid contains no bicarbonate
of sodaand Is very agreeable to US*.
Here's all you do: gjlr one teaspoon-
ful In half a glass o{ hot water and
drink if distressed after eating, take
/Khl *>ter meals, and for good measure
take another teaspoonful at bed-time
and see what a difference It makes in
the morning. Stomach sweetappetite
keeneryou feel as If yiu really want
lo so to work. All good druggW* have
NEuTRACIDthe new and remarkable
I formula for excess stomach acid.
T&<>iatl4Ut NEWZfAUNPPBOPUCT
SUMMER SPECIAL
50
?7s
Why Have a Home
Permanent ?
.... with Inadequate facilities,
no certain finished look, and
nu guarantte when you can
have a'professional one com*
piett for only $7.50! It toils
last longer, .and look better!
These can be had
MONDAY thru THURSDAY'
Appointment 7-2959
Early! ***"
BALBOA
BEAUTY SHOP
Mrs. Bates Wieman. Mgr.
Oeen J:H a.m. (a <:* p as.
Balboa Clubhouse, npstalrs.
BAUDOUIN FOR LEOPOLDKing Leopold in of Belgium, at
right above, nas agreed to abdicate on July 18, In favor of his
20-year-old son, Prince Baudouin, left. Baudouln will be en-
throned in Brussels on the day afttr his father's abdication. The
ceremony originally was planned for Sept. 7. Baudouin's 21st birth-
day, but was moved up for convenience of the Belgian parliament.
Johnton Brother*
ENGLISH
DINNERSETS
Fro 3650
THE FRENCH BAZAAR
JUAN PALOMERAS
COLON COLON
The most
EFFECTIVE
DEODORANT
You've ever
used I
Only new ODOAONO
Crtem fives you ej/ fftese eeVenfdaes:
I Stops perspiration
quickly, safely.
I Banishes odour Instantly,
tIts protection lasts fot
omi to tktn days.
4Neva Irritates aoraaal
skinus it daily.
I Does not stain or harto
clothing.
S New, exclusive formula
never dries up or
calta* in the ar as ordi-
nary deodoraau Often do.
MVieai / iMufai uomrn me
"o
D0-R0-N0 Cr0am
' ffce tUoJmmnt wifhouf a fed*
Mother Pleads Tearfully
For Convict Son's Sight
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER JAMES K. WILLS Of the Sub-
marine Service, left, who comes to the Isthmus from service
as executive officer aboard the U88 Chivo, will soon bt as-
signed as Naval Aide to the Commander-in-chief, Caribbean
Command. He replaces Lt. Comdr. James R. Swanbeck, right,
who leaves Friday to report for duly at New'London, Conn.,
and who since he arrived on tha Isthmus in July 1949. has
served as aide to General W. H. H. Morris. Jr., Comdr. Swan-
beck will serve aboard the submarine UBS Becuna.
Commander Wills, who holds the Silver Star Medal, re-
ceived for gallantry In action during the Eighth War Patrol
of the UJ3.S. Submarine Balao, was graduated from the
Submarine School at New London, Connecticut. Following
this he served aboard submarines until his present duty,
with the exception of one year's attendance at General Line
School of the United State Navv at Newport, Rhode Island.
Wills graduated as a midshipman from Northwestern Univer-
sity in June 1942. He is also a graduate of Bowen High
School, Bowen, Illinois, and holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree
from Carthage College, Carthage, Illinois. Commander Wills
will be accompanied to the Zone by his wife. Ellen, and their
three children.
(Official Armed Forcea Photo)
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., July 18
(UP) A frantic Massachusetts
mother begged the Florida par-
don board yesterday to release
her half-blind son from prison
so he can go to Boston for a de-
licate eye opsratlon.
The board, headed by Gov. Ful-
ler Warren, took under advise-
ment neither granting nor
denying the request of Mrs.
Alice Moran or Brockton, Mass.
Her son Thomas la serving a 10-
year sentence at the Raiford
state prison on an assault con-
viction.
Prison medical records show
the 28-year-old convict has con-
tracted severe glaucoma in one
eye. Physicians at the prison
hospital say the eye lt blind.
The state offered to remove the
diseased eye, but young Moran
refused to undergo such an oper-
ation.
His middle-aged mother, fight-
ing against tears, told the board
the doctors at Massachusetts
general hospital in Boston can
save her son's eye and per-
haps his sight.
She said the disease already
has caused her convict son to
lose weight and become sickly,
and she pleaded for a condition-
al pardon for him lust long
enough for the operation.
The board indicated It mleht
approve the pardon If Mrs. Mo-
ran produces a statement from
officials at the Boston hospital
certifying they will perform the,
delicate surgery. "V*
If the pardon is granted, Mo-'
ran will be free.
Parole commission officials
told the Governor that under
Florida law there la no way they
can grant a temporary leave of
absence" In the case.
Moran drew a 10-year sen-
tence In April 1950 after he was
convicted of assault with intent
to kill in Miami, where he was
working with a storage and
transfer firm.
Since developing the eye
trouble at Raiford, Moran haa
been relieved of all work duties,
prison officials said.

Air Force Aid
Society Has Set
Cool Of $2,000
Albrook Air Fore* Base tod
announced its goal for the 1951
Air Force Aid Society drive which
begins July 23, as 12,000.
The Society, Air Force's official
emergency relief organization,
affords emergency financial as-
sistance In the form of non-in-
terest bearing loans and grants,
ts well as financing higher edu-
cation of dependent children and
Air Force personnel, whose par-
ents would not otherwise be able
to send them to college.
Ma]. Earl R. Leaser, personnel
services officer at Albrook who
heads the annual drive, announc-
ed taht on August 3. day before
the drive concludes, a mass bin-
go game will be staged On the j
base. Prises will be awarded to
the winners, and all cash profits
will go to the Society.
Prizes, which will be donated,
have already begun to arrive.
Ma], Leaser itated. The Panama
Radio Corporation In Panama
City has contributed a five-tube.
One-band RCA Victor radio and
George F. Novey. Inc., also in Pa-
nama City, has donated a search
board, a beach luxury used to
study undersea life. Albrook's
Officers' Meas has given $17.
Interested donors should con-
tact Ma]. Leaser at Albrook.
Getting It Cheap
MT. VERNON. Ind. (UP) Wil-
fred Clark. 39. took advantage of
a used car sale here which allowed
$10 for each child In the family.
Clark's 10 children made up the
full price of the auto ha selected.
[Beautiful
Cocktail lOressei
c/rom / '6.75
84th Street
Lux Building Tel. 3-0897
Lamont AQUAMATIC
IS RIGHT FOR YOUl
Rlfttff M it*... hecewee N w*ele Hteifl
MftMT fwr berlh er w.m
shetis weter Mke .trekl
lOHT fr earerfre
crystal eon'f ihmtfrl
Goldfilled $34.95
ffte
THB)
/a fd/tMch
***** ramABcWMTEM
TOW] PANAM
MOW!
ALL-MEW

The most li^-to-Itfe
ear of them ai
Hert'a OWemobUe' Super "M"ewaat eew eat
of them ail! VUra-moJm-n btouty '* evsry rakish I
LWmtieVn etnrfti at aaaart aew interior!
The rUk fcWi rmUy net* OWanwatUa*. "Rocket BJeV
basad a ru|fd ae ckaatie and tapsrb
new sutpeasksa ay item! Aad tke tops la ttlirm-mtimt
powtr gai-aaviog powerwith tke
famous "Rocket" Engine aad OWamobtk
Hydra-Matio*! Coane into our showroom sooat! Get
up.to date-eViw OUtmobiU't Sitfxr "M"t

H. -uit o* oeseut oreae
ROCKST
jSTWimr- I*. <""
II
0LOSMBILE
_ ......__.. >,k>uaan 1 n 1 a 1 I
III YOUR NIARIST OLDSMOIILI BIALlR
PANAMA AUTO, S. A,
PANAMA
COLON

.



r*ut nz
THK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JULY IS. 1981
\
ClASs/f'A i? wen *GMtre
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
LEWD) SERVICE
. 4 Ttvll v*.
Is phone -7?9!
i
, K.IOSKO HE LESSEES
. Preme it Loess
Psnoani.
MORRISON'S
So 4 Fourth of July At*.
Phone -M41
BOTICA CARLTON
It.MI Mclinsles Ave.
Phone 35aV-Colea\.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
He. IB Win l?ih Street
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 17 "" Ueet-Pinani
No. 12 IT Central Avt.Col*.
0
f
Minimum for
12 word /
3* each additional
word.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALETwo dump-trucks Stude-
baker 1947 for $1.500.00. new
Jires. no botteries. bring your own
It interested. Coll Ponomo 3-0706
ot 41st Street sand pit. Best bar-
gain in the morket,.
FOR SALE1939 Oldsmobile, 2-Door
Sedan, duty paid, very good condi-
tion. $230.00. 1941 Pontiac, very
good condition. $300.00. House
147-B New Cristobal, phone 3-
i TS7I._______________________
FOR SALE:1950 'Golden Anniver-
sary" Packard 4-door sedan, ultra-
matic. leather upholstery, perfect
condition, bargain at $1.975.00.
1951 Morris Minor convertible,
leather upholstery. 35 miles per
gallon. Good condition. $1.050.00.
Call 3-2523 (CristobolK__________
FOR SALE_ 1948 Ford Ponel Truck,
good condition, duty paid. 5654-C.
Diablo.
FOR SALE
Household
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS STRUCTURE FOR
SALE
For sale to the highest bidder, Build-
ing No. 330 (Chogres Clubhouse),
Gatun. Sealed bids will be received in
ihe office of the Superintendent of
Storehouses at Bolboa until 10:30 A.
M., July 27, 1951, when they will
be opened in public. Forms of pro-
posal with full particulars may be
secured in the offices of the Super-
intendent of Storehouses, Balboa, and
the Housing Managers at Cristobal
and Gatun,
FOR SALE:-9 foot Westinghouse
refrigerator, $100; Easy Spindrier
washer $75. Both 25 cycle. Phone
Posey, Bolboa 2698.
MISCELLANEOUS
Oe yea bar* aWnkiag problem?
Write Alcoholic! Anonymous
Sea 2011 Aacea, C S.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FO RSALE: Jeep, Ford, recently
pointed. Good running order, $400.
00. Can be seen ot "Morrison No-
veltiet," ocrost Ancon Post Office.
FOR SALE:1950 Oldsmobile. Club
Coupe 88, dark grey, radio, less
than 4,000 miles, excellent con-
dition. Call 2-3190 or call at
0426. Apt. F. Ancon, after 5 p. m.
FOR SALE1950 Pontiac 4 Door.
Sedan, Hydramotic. Radio. Seat
covers. Rubber. Undercoated. Ex-
tras. Phone 2-3567.
FOR SALE:Eosy Spindrier semi-au-
tomatic wosh machine. 1950 mo-
del. 25 cycle motor, $150-00. Ft.
Kobbe. Qtrs. 89. telephone 84-
6170.
WANTED
Automobiles
WANTED TO BUY:Fords. Chev-
rolets. Mercurys. Coupes and Se-
cftw. 1946 1947 1948
1949 1950' 1.951- We offer
good pricet Tel. 3-0035 or Vlo
Belisario Porros, Estoction SAS.___
WANTED:Will poy cash for 1941
or 42 pick-up. Coll Bolboo 3230.
Review Held For
New Ambassador
A brief review was held at
Quarry Heights this morning for
the new US Ambassador to Pan-
ama John Cooper Wiley, who
made an official call on the Com-
mander-in-Chlef. Caribbean
Command, Lt. Oen. W.H.H. Mor-
ris. Jr.
Components of the Army, the
Marines and the Air Force were
in the honor guard. The 71st
Army band played ruffles and
flourishes. A 19-gun salute was
fired.
Members of the reviewing party
Including representatives from
the various local military com-
mands.
Vice Chief-of-Staff,
Gen. Haislip, Due
General Wade H. Haialip, Vice
Chief of Staff, United States
Armv, and Mrs. Haislip will ar-
rive In the Zone on Saturday.
While on the Isthmus, General
and Mrs. Haislip will be the
fueats of the Commander in
Chief. Caribbean Command,
Lieutenant General W.H.H. Mor-
ris. Jr. The couple will reside at
the Guest House on Quarry Hts.
Panama Rotary Club
Luncheon Tomorrow
Regular weekly luncheon of
Panama Rotary Club will be held
at the Hotel El Panam tomor-
row at 12:15 p.m. In addition to
the usual business, there will be
a program of vocal music bv Ray-
mond Gray of Gamboa, accom-
panied by Maestro Alberto Gali-
many.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal /one
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
Balboa Division
BALZAC RROS. A CO Inr.
V.
THE M V. 'REPBLICA DE
COLOMBIA."
fcer enginst. machinery. tr and
oaalnst FLOTA MERCANTE GRAN-
COLOMBIANA, S. A .
fa causa of cargo Joaa and aaasage,
eivll and maritime.
ADMIRALTY
No. 1110
CITATION
WHEREAS, on th. Uth dar of July.
Ittl. William 1. Sheridan. Jr.. Proctor
far Libelara. Balsar Broa. A Co.. Inr.
filed Ram Libel In the District Conn of
the United Matea fur the Diatrict of the
Canal Zone agoinat the M. V. "Re-
pblica de Co'orabia." her engines, ma-
chinara-, ate. and againat FLOTA HER.
CANTK GRANCOI.ilMHIANA. 8. A, in
m cauaa of cargo loas and damage, civil
aid aaaritime:
AND WHEREAS-, be elrtue of pro-
cess in due form of law. to me directed,
returnable on the 3 h da> of July.
It51, I have acixed and* taken the said
M. S. Repblica de Colombia' and have
her la any custody :
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thst a
District Court ill be held in the United
States Court Room, in the city of An-
con, Canal Zone, on the 3tb day of
July. Ittl. for the trial of said |.re-
niaet. and the owner or owners, and
II persons who may have or claim any
Interest, are hereby cited to be and ap-
pear at the time and place aforesaid, to
how cause, -jc any tBy have, why a
fins! decree should not pasa a* prayed.
JOHN E. HUSHING
United States Marshsl
FOR SALE:One Simmons IDeep-
sleepi single inncrspring mattress.
House 339-B Margorita St., New
Cristobal.
FOR SALE:3 pitee upholstered liv-
ingroom set, tilverwore service, 12
persons. Phone 916, Colon.
FOR SALE:Boby crib, $40.00; Ben-
dix washing machine, $180.00.
Car rodio for '49. '50. '51 Pon-
tioc $50.00. Bamboo livin.oom
stt, $275.00, mahogony bedroom
set. $250.00. Rodio and record
changer, $60.00. Mahogony desk,
$50.00. 722-A Nicobor Ave., Co-
coli, C. Z.__________________________
FOR SALE:New 12.3 cubic foot,
Deepfrtexe. 60 cycle, 1-4 HP.
Statesside cost $500.00. Will sell
for $340. Cash. Phone Albrook
2288.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED TO BUY: Refrigerator,
25 cycle. Willing to poy up to
$100.00. Coll Fort Gulick 88-22
between 8 a, m. 4:00 p. m.
WANTED:Used 25 cycle woshing
machine in good condition.' Phone
Novy 3569
New Canal Policy On
Reduction In Force
Lauded By Local CIO
The new regulations, announc-
ed at Balboa Heights, covering
reduction in force procedures for
local-rate employes, are hailed
by Ed. K. Welsh. CIO Interna-
tional Representative "as a wel-
come step in direction of provid-
ing greater job security for em-
ployes who have rendered years
of service with the Panama Ca-
nal and Railroad organization."
The change comes as a result
of recommendations made by a
delegation from Local 900,
OCEOC-CIO. during a conference
with Governor Francis K. New-
comer, on May 7. and in a subse-
quent brief submitted to the Gov-
ernor on May 22. requesting that
regulations covering reduction In
forces be amended to give great-
er recognition to the seniority of
employes.
The Governor has approved a
revision of the present retention
system which will be incorpora-
ted as Section 4.10 of the rules
and regulations pertaining to lo-
cal-rate employes. This policy
will become effective Sept. 1,
Ml.*
All units of the Company-Gov-
ernment organization will fol-
low the policy of giving 30 calen-
dar days of notice of reduction In
force to employes paid at local
rates.
Welsh declared that "Local 900.
in accordance with CIO policy,
has consistently fought for the
inclusion of the principle of se-
niority as a factor in determin-
ing force reductions. The adop-
tion of this new policv gives
greater recognition to length of
service of an employe and should
eliminate circumstances under
which workers are dichared
without any regard to seniority.
Governor Newcomer and the
Personnel Administration are to
be commended for the adoption
of the seniority principle In force
reduction."
'Retroactive Fun'
Planned By Legion
Saturday Night
"Let's celebrate our prospective
relief from the retroactive tax."
says the American Legion in an-
nouncing It* Saturday night
dance at the American Legion
Club. Panama Canal Post No. 1,
In planning to relax the Lee ion
has an Idea that even if "you
can't take It with you vou may
be able to o back n-i find it."
The affair starts at 8 p.m.
FOR SALE:12 foot boat with iop,
5 HP Johnon outboard, excellent
condition, $185.00. Standard elec-
tric portable sewing machine, $50.
00. Trombone $30.00. Phone
Cristobal 2375. House 199 New
Cristobol. '
FOR SALE: Grand upright piano,
small. 6 pc. wicker livingroom ttt,
gas stove, youth bed. Colon 916.
FOR SALE:'200 shares Hoteles In-
teramericanos. $8.75 per short,
Tel Panama 3-4459 after 6:00
p. m.
Position Offered
Gill Service Co. wants expert me-
chanic, tires and grease man, me-
chanic's helper. Report to our Bus
dispatching office, Tivoli U. S. 0.
WANTED:Experienced white tales-
person for jewelry store with, re-
ferences, knowledge of English ond
Spanish essential, good opportunity
for right person. Write full de-
tails to ppartodo 1297, Panami.
RESORTS
Tiny cottage, almost new. Two, three
people. Countrystyle comforts. Pri-
vacy. Near village. Wonderful
climate. Friti Morti, El Volcon,
Chiriqui. Panama.
Gromifch't Santa Claro beoch-
cottogts. Electric ice boxes, got
troves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
Willioms Sonta Clora Beach Cottogtt.
Two bedrooms, Frigidalret, Rock-
gat rangtt. Balboa 2-3050.
Phillips. Beach cottogtt. Santa Clan.
Box 435. Bolboa. Phone Paname
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMSRA APARTMENTS
Modem furnished-unfurnished tport
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished 3 room
apartment, separate, maid's room.
Three months' lease. $125.00
month. Morysol Aptt. 73-A justo
Arottmenp Ave. Near U. $. Em-
batsy. Call 2-2341.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
SACRIFICE SALE! Lovely (2)
two bedroom concrete chtlet in
excluve residential trca of Pqt-
que Lefevre, going it amazinglv,
cheop price, $5,000, terms. Tel.
2-3518.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:Sturdy .construction 65
Ft. long boat 2 Diesel motor en-
gines 150 H, P. each. Shrimper
corgo passenger. Tel. 2-2252'Dr.
Morales. i
Kaesong Populace
iJllery; Troops
Hostile To Newsmen
KAESONG, July 18 (UP)Kaer
song put on a new and sullen
face today for visiting United Na-
tions personnel in this cease-fire
city. North Korean soldiers were
openly hostile, while the civil-
ians, including even children,
seemed afraid. Their attitude
seemed to indicate that Red sol-
diers had warned them hot to be
friendly.
Correspondents and camera-
men of the world free.press who
came to Kaesong today found a
radically changed attitude.
Groups of "touring" North Ko-
rean soldiers roamed ahead of
them in market places and
streets. In their wake Reds left
an atmosphere of uneasiness.
Townspeople shied away from
newsmen. Children were sudden-
ly shy and frightened.
North Korean soldiers made no
attempt to hide their hostility as
they sullenly Indicated they
wanted no dealings with news-
men.
Korean children who had smil-
ed at correspondents or stretch-
ed out their hands for candy ap-
peared to be afraid of them to-
day. Several times parents or-
dered their children to scamper
out of camera range. Doors were
abruptly closed and locked when
photographers turned their lenses
at houses lining the streets.
A Chinese soldier put his hand
on his holstered pistol and ad-
vanced angrily when Alfred Van
Sprang of Radio Holland snap-
ped his picture despite his angry
gestures. "Don't get excited." Van
Sprang said. "Don't shoot!" Chi-
nese shouted angrily In their own
language. They faced each other
for a short time then both turned
away.
North Korean guards at street
Intersections were especially re-
luctant to be photographed. One
armed Russian-made burp gun
advanced threateningly toward
three Allied press corps men.
Estella G. Cooper
Services Tomorrow
Funeral services for Mrs. Estel-
la G. Cooper, who died Sunday
night at her home In Cocoll, will
I be held at, 10 a.m. tomorrow al
Corozal Chapel.
The body will lie at Gorgas
Memorial Chapel from 0 to 8:30
a.m. Thursday.
The funeral services will be
conducted by the Reverend Ray-
mond A. Gray, pastor of the
Gamboa Union Church.
Resemblance Ends There
NEWTON, Mass. (UP)This cl-
. v is composed of 15 vlllases and,
like Rome, is built on seven hill*.
FOR RENT;Two bedroom oportmtnt.
livlng-diningroom. screened, $60.
00. (Entronce of San Francisco)
Kev. 85 Cuba Avenue. PQ)ne 3-
0841.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
livingroom, dlningroom, bath, hot
water, kitchen, garage, ot SOUSA
BUILDING. Information apart-
ment P, 44 street Billa Visto No.
37.
FOR RENT:Compltte furnished 2
bedroom apartment. Large atractiva
living. 2 cor garage and moid's
quarter!. Call 3-4405, between 5
to 7.p. m. 50 St. No. 30.
Petche Stop* Trying*
To Form French Cabinet
PARIS, July 18 (UP)-fFlnance
Minister Maurice Pefccne today
gave up his attempts to form
a new French coalition cabinet
after six days of vain efforts to
win agreement among center
parties' on the Government's
program.
-
SHORTS
Tn Deep for Them
RICHMOND. Va. (UP)The ci-
ty htti to double its contract price
for dumping debris hi an old
quarry because city truck drivers
balked at backing the tracks to
the edge of a 75-foot cliff over
the 225-foot-deep quarry lake.
Under the new contract, the
quarry owners will push the de-
bris over with bulldozers.
i --------------------
Cutes Before Duties
JACraONVILLE. Fla. (UP)
The first official document sent
from the newly-elected city
council to the new mayor-com-
missioner was a letter which sta-
ted in part: "Ordinance No. CC-
1, an ordinance providing for the
standing committees of the city
council, their membership and
cutes."
StUl Not Big Enough
CLINTWOOD. Va. (UP) Au-
thorities here were chagrined on
B"rd" night soon after the
new 32-cell town Jail was opened.
hi, viminir and his
deputies arrested 83 lawbreakers.
i. f-tra one had to be housed In
a jail lavatory.
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CK1BOPHACTOR
20 Tivoli Avt. Ant I
Oftlrt: Tel 2-3JI7 -Heme 3-4M7
HOL'IU: Meada* thra (ritas
t to 12 a a
Monda. Weatnesslay. rbersea.
to S pi
Saturday am to I a
Off The Floor Delivery
0a These Famous British
Cars
STANDARD VANGUARD
4-Door Stdan
TRIUMPH MAYFLOWER
2-Door Sedan
STANDARD PANEL TRUCK
STANDARD PICK-UP
TRUCK
For Furthtr Information
Call '
Panama 2-2930 or 2-1619
COMMERCIAL r
PROFESSIONAL
We Have Just Received
the last shipment of
GLASS FISHING RODS
we will be able to get while
"UNCLE JOE" acts so
We also have'
A large assortment of high
quality
HUNTING KNIVES
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
279 Central Ave. .
Tel. 3-0140.
Mr & Mrs. Canal Zone:
For I t SHJO.NS SLir-COV tK .u
BE-HPHOLSTEHING nil ., ,","
our how-room Custom ball! rurni-
rotor's Fabric* Pre* F-stlmates NA-
t -V? m* '*-!< awl
New Telephone I-4S2S
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St
LEICA CAMERAS
Medei UfP Synchronised
LENSES ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipment.
At Factor? Prices.
Porras
Piaaa 6 dr Mayo
Panam. R. P. *'
just arrived
Leica lightmeter
Leica tripod
Hector lenses
Leica carrying case*
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC
(ad)olnlni International Hotel)
or Caera alore
(Lobby Hotel "El Panami'')
TAXI
RADIO
OR MORE CAN RIDE
AS CHEAP AS
24-Hour
SERVICE
Phone
Pan.
/
3-3344
ALADDIN
KEROSENE Mantle Lamp
SO Candle Power ot Modern White
Light. Burns 50 Hours On I tal. of
Kerosene. Uses 9si AIR Only t%
KEROSENE. Absolutely Safe It
cannot Explode Requires no gener-
ator or pump No Smoke or Odor.
So Simple a Child Can Operate It
$9.95 Lowest Price
ever Offered in Panam.
All Parta Available.
On Sale In All HARDWARE ant
Fl RNITl RE Store
- Distributors:
W0J.G CHANG, S. A.
Calo tin St. at Balboa Aye.
Tel 3t3
Panam 9:1 Central Ave.
TeL Z-MS7
- > a n a I a c
INSTANT
Fat-Free Powdered Milk
(fortified with Vitamin D) '
Nutritious
Non-fatten-
ing
Farm Freak
Flavor
On Sole In P.C. Co. Cemmlsurtea
IT'S HOME___FOR A LITTLE WHILEPvt Edwin Engel of Heghspire, Pa., huddlea In bit
dugout and managet to keep warm while tending a field phone station near the front linea in Korea.
Thick native matt help keep out tome of the dampness. Notice the rifle and helmet nearby. (U. S.
Army photo from NEA-Acme.)
CHINESE LAUNDRY Captured Chinese Communist soldiers bathe and wash their clothet in a
pritoner-of--war enclosure at Pusan, Korea, while an alert UN guard walks his post on the iar
side ot the fence. (Exclusive NEA-Acme Photo_by Staff Photographer Bert Ashworth.)
Sfiecta

of USED
P
(Most Dependable Car In America)
"Built to Last 100,000 Miles"
BEFORE NOW ]
'47 PONTIAC "6" 4 door.......uw.- 1085.-
SEDAN W/S SEAT COVERS
'48 PONT! AC "6" 4 door Sedan., i ion- 1325-
HYDRAMATIC RADIO SEAT COVERS
'48 PONTIAC "6" Sport Coupe... io._ 1125-
W/ SEAT COVERS
'48 PONTIAC "8" 4 door Sedan., laso- 1275.-
'48 PONTIAC "6" Sedanelte ....1325.-
W/ HYDRAMATIC it SEAT COVERS
1250.- '
'49 PONTIAC "6" Sedanetle.....1-1 1575-
1900.-
W/ SEAT COVERS VW/S TIRES
'50 PONTIAC "8" 4 door Sedan., tm-
W/ HYDRAMATIC
* All Reconditioned Like New
All With Excellent Tires
FINANCE AVAILABLE.
Set These Cars Before You Buy
CIV A, S. A.
Your PONTIAC Dealer


*
WEDNESDAY. JULY 1. 151
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY
NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN
''. antic ^ociet
i
Irt
Box 195, QJ** ZJihpho*, Q*l*n 378
I AMBASSADOR WILEY AND PARTY ARRIVE
The new Ambassador of the United State* to Panama,
John C. WUey, arrived yesterday on the United Fruit Com-
jtaay's "Heredia." Be waa accompanied by Mr. Wiley, the,
Countess Helena Schouvaloff and Miss Mary Hollls.
GoTernor Franela K. Newcomer, and Mrs. Newcomer,
lieutenant-General and Mr. W. H. H. Morris, Jr., Brigadier-
General R. L. Howze, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Wie and Mr. and
Mr. Joseph Dempsey, of the American Embassy, the Chief
of Protocol, Mr. Levy Salcedo, Consul and Mr*. Charles
WhiUkor. Colonel James PumpeUy and Mr. E. N. Stokes were
amone the welcoming (reap at the pier to freet the new
member of the diplomatic corps.
The party left by special scooter for the Pacific Side.
Bombero to Celebrate special meeting Thursday even-
54th Anniversary tag.
Invitations have been Issued A covered dish dinner win De
to a reception to be .held at the served at 6:00 p.m. preceding the
headquarters of the Colon Bonv! meeting, which will be held at
beros. by the comandante and the
officers of the Colon Fire De-
partment, to celebrate the 54th
[anniversary ol the Founding of
line Corps.
At S:30 p.m. In a ceremony at
(the station, a new hook and lad-
Ider truck will be dedicated to
[franklin D. Rooseevlt and a Max-
lln fir* truck will be dedicated to
[former Comandante Maximino
I Walker. A Chevrolet ambulance
[will also be blessed. The awards
which have been won by the men
of the department during the
past vear will be presented.
The President of the Republic
of Panama and Mrs. Alclbiades
Arosemena and the new United
States Ambassador to Panama.
and Mrs. John C. Wiley have
been Invited to attend the func-
tion. Invitations have also been
Issued to a thousand guests.
Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club
The Cristobal Colon Rotary
Club will hold its weekly meeting;
at the Strangers Club Thursday,
Julv 19 at 12:30 p.m.
The guest speaker will be Co-
Imandante Luis J. A. Ducruel of
[the Cuerpo de Bomberos of Colon.
| Comandante Ducruet will speak
In honor of the 54th anniversary
of the Founding of the Colon
Bomberos and tell something of
their history.
Comandante Ducruet is prom-
llnent in civic and business af-
| fairs, He la a member of the
Board of Directors of the Colon
Free Zpne and of the Banco de
Colon and Is also a member of the
Board of the Colon Free Zone,
land li the Consul of Nicaragua.
| Informal Dinner Party
Chaplain and Mrs. Milton A.
|Cookson had as their dinner
I guests Monday evening Captain
|and Mrs. Robert Fahle and Mr.
land Mrs. Dashwood Darling
Both couple! will be leaving
this month for the States.
| Girls Enjoy Slumber Party
A group of girls who attended
Girls SUte get together during
the weekend for a slumber party
at the Teen-Age Club. They had
dinner at the clubhouse, attended
the moving picture show and
1 hen had their slumber party.
Those attending from the Pa-
,-Iflc Side were: Misses Ann west.
I Barbara Shaw, Nancy Wells and
arv Adelln Morley.
The Atlantic Slders included:
I Misses Jo-Ann Recela. Leneve
Dough, Karen Stroop. Nancy
Lumsdy. Nellv Holgerson. Mary
|Ann Hannlgan, Martha Graham.
Virginia Fahle and Jean Dough,
who was a councillor at Girl
ltate. _____
*rs. Chambers
| les ves for States
, Mrs. Harold E. Chambers of
[Margarita and her daughters. Al-
i. Jean and Carla left by plane
day for New Orleans en route
St. Louis. They will go to
uhvllle, Illinois, to Join Mr.
lambers and participate In the
lebratlon of the 60th wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
William R Chambers.
The family will return to the
ithmus after a six-week vaca-
IOrchid Chapter O.E.S. to Vi.it
Royal Palm Chapter
1 Orchid Chapter No. 1. of Bal-
>oa will be the guests of Royal
slm. No. 2. of Cristobal at a
\P
.,. you aiUeavoroO' the new, im-
proved Modest! Msde especially lo
give you comfort in action.
So luxury-softthat S out of 10
women in a recent tew reponed no
tiffing -i'/A Modest.
So assuringly safewith its triple
shield for extra long-lasting pro-
lection.
Such freedomkech comfort
thai you'll never again be satisfied
with any other brand.
SOfTiK, SA'ft
MODESS
7:30 p.m. All members are urged
to attend and bring a generous
dish. i '
Us Smith, Elizabeth Pearson,
Freddie Newhard, Jimmy, and
Kitty Bogg8, Denny McNamee,
Robbie Tnomas, James Arnold
Hutchlns. Bob Williams, Sandra
Secrlst and Henry Shirk, brother
of the honoree.
Miss Barbara Egolf assisted
with the games. The mothers
Cruising Jellyfish
Nettle Sea-Bathers
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 18
As If bottle caps and broken glass
are not enough, nature provides
another menace to salt-water
Wltn me gaum, me "1,h(1thor_thP llnaln nittle
srrK sissy i sssA'fia s.
hostess were. Mrs. u. u. inoinu,' f. ,.1if,.h 0.i,, ln,,ii fuh
i Mrs P thli Jellyfish Paralyzes small fish
9' with Its barbs and pulls them In-
to Its mouth, located in the "han-
dle" of an umbrella-shaped body.
In summer when Vacationers
H. Boggs.
Recent Arrivals
Mr. ana mi-. John Seade and
children, Miss vaginia and Jonn,
arrived on the "Cristobal" Mon-
day.
uar. Seade Is the new Adminis-
trative Officer lor tne United
States Embassy.
Round-Up Card Party
A round-up card party is plan-
ned for Friday evening In Gatun.
by the members of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the Qatun Union
Church. Cards will be played at
the homes of various members of
the organization starting at 7:30,
p.m. After the games are comple-,
ted. all players will meet in the!
community room of the church:
for refreshments and the award-
ing of prizes.
The price of admission Is fifty
cents and all members of the
community and ..friends of the.
church are invited to participate.
Returned from Santa Clara
Misses uonnle and Nancy Gli-
der. Pai Cassweil and Mary Jo
Aycock have returned trom
spending the weekend at Santa
Clara.
Susie Shirk Celebrate
Birthday Anniversary
Little Susie Shirk, young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Shirk of Gatun, celebrated her
4th birthday anniversary with a
party at the home of her par-
ents Monday.
A pink and blue color scheme
was used and balloons, fancy
hats and whistles were given as
favors.
The young guests Included:
Virginia Thomas. Mary and Orln
Clement, Beverly Gorman, Phyl-

Mtci o* SAL
HE?AVC/
Always keep gentle
SAL fiEPATIC
- the laxative that suits
your convenience in
your medicine chest.
Don't reel sluggish and
miserable. Don't let
headaches spoil your di\
SAL HEPTICA brings
you gentle, speedy relief,
usually within an hour.
Antacid SAL HEPTICA
tweeten a sour stomach.
Baptists Planning
Camp At Taboga
For 100 Youngsters
splash too close, this auatlc por-
cupine cheerfully shoots Its mi-
croscopic stingers into human
arms and legs.
Shallow waters, such as Ches-
apeake Bay. are so attractive to
sea nettles that midsummer
swimmers often are forced to re-
treat to the beach.
Although these pulsating float-
ers are 95 per cent water, they
have made their mark in the
world. Geologists have found fos-
sil remains of Jellyfish which
were deposited In the mud of an-
cient Cambrian seas millions of
years ago. the National Geogra-
phic Society reports.
Jailbreak Blocked
By City Guards
Approximately 100 Pacific Side
boys and girls between the ages', m m
of nine and 16 are expected to In rhaijOCfAn \ I .
attend Camp Taboga. to be held *IKn lvJlVlli J Vt
at Taboga Island beginning July 1 CHARLESTON. S. C, July 18
30. according to the Rev. William, (UP>. Four youthful prisoners
Beeby, who will direct this year's made a daring break for free-
camp. Arrangements have been | dom here yesterday by over-
made with the Panama Tourist powering a trusty and slugging
Commission for the use of "La a Jailer but surrendered after
Restinga," the Commission's re- a brief gun battle with guards,
sort at Taboga Island which dur- < The four white men, two of
lng World War II was a PT boat', them teen-agers, were blocked
base. in their effort to escape from
the Charleston County Jail by
-This will be the fourth season two guards after assistant Jailer
for Camp Taboga. Rev. Beeby John Pauls was brutally slugged
said. It will provide, as In past about the head. It was the first
years, s week of camping for boys attempted break from the Jail
and girls In the 9-12 year group In five years,
registrants will be accepted If j- The attempt was made at
they have their ninth birthday noon when a Negro trusty open-
before Januarlyand one week ed the cell-block door to hand
for boys and girls thirteen years the prisoners their lunch. The
of age and over trusty was quickly overpowered
The first week begins July 30,'but not seriously hurt,
with campers returning to Bal- The prisoners then rushed
boa on the afternoon launch on'Pauls office and beat him with
August 4. For campers of the se- angle Irons removed from prl-
condweek. the launch will leave *>n bun.ks-, Tne.y ,b'ke 'n,l.
Pier 18 on Monday morning Au-,UJJ cabinet and took a pistol
gust 8. returning to Balboa the L Bul n leavini (th,e JalJ'r \.t
following Saturday afternoon. I flce' /heyh ," Hlni W? C.'*
All campe will have partners, | who lad gone to the
with two assignedto each room. Jau I0hrt '
A counsellor will be In charge of were changed
each eight campers.
The program for Camp Taboga
includes individual and organized | rend^ed*TnTwereM re"twned"t
sports, such as swimming, tennis,! lnelr cen8%
Four shots
between the
four men and the guards, who
had only one gun between them.
The prisoners quickly sur-
basketball. volleyball, shuffle-
board and hiking. Campers will
also have handicrafts and Bible
exploring.
About 60 boys and girls are ex-
pected for the first week and 40
for the second week. Camp Ta-
Sheriff Chester N. Perry said
no one was hurt In the shoot-
ing. He said the four, who will
be charged with attempted Jail
break and assault with intent
to kill, are Varn Gerald, 18, and
William C. Watkins. 15. of
boga is under the supervision of Charleston. Jailed on charges of
Mr. Beeby. who will be assisted brea ki n g into a VFW club,
by a number of counsellors and Luther Morris, 25, a Marine de-
mstructors. They will include Ed- Serter held in connection with
win Perry, Richard Holt, Robert ^beer tavern robbery and Leroy
Blakely. Mrs. William Beeby, Mrs. McCellan, about 24, charged
George Edington. Mrs. Ruth Prer
tlz, Miss Janet Gibbs and a num-
ber of Junior counsellors.
Registration information can
be secured by calling Balboa 1727,
or^by writing to Drawer B. Bal-
boa Heights.
with assault and battery.
All of the prisoners were
awaiting trial. Twelve other pri-
soners in the same cell block
refused to Join in the escape
attempt when the door was
opened.
BAMBOO and WICKER L1VINOR80M SETS
From B|. 45.00
Easy Payment Terms *' Free Delivery
Mueblera
J7nc
7th St. Bolvar Ave. No. 6075 Tel. 334 Coln
July fjjEEETj
Finest Quality
RAYON
PANTIES
Fro 50C
THE FRENCH BAZAAR
JUAN PALOMERAS
COLON COLON
Both umbrella ahd tentacles of
the stinging nettles are equipped
with tiny cups, each containing
a coiled thread and accompanied
by a "trigger" hair. When the
triggers are touched, the cups
shoot their threads Into the vic-
tim. Some naturalists say the
threads contain a poison which
produces the resultant burning,
while others believe the penetra-
tion of the, dartlike threads
themselves causes the pain.
The sting of a jellyfish is sel-
dom serious. However, there
have been reports of deaths re-
sulting from the stings of the
giant galley, or Portuguese
man-of-war, which normally
cruises through the deep sea
and avoids beaches. These
sometimes have lines and tan-
gles up to 48 or 50 feet long.
In his mystery story, "The
Lion's Mane," Sir Arthur Conan
Doyle credited a type of large Jel-
lyfish, the Cyanea, or sun-Jelly,
with doing in the victim. Mr.
Sherlock Holmes was quick to
spot It.
The most common, and thus
the most troublesome. Jellyfish of
the Atlantic Coast Is the shim-
mering moon-jelly, or aurella
aurita, which appears from the
shores of Nova Scotia and New
England southward. In addition
to tentacles and stingers, the au-
rella are equipped with eyes
eight of them located around
the rim of the umbrella. Prob-
ably these tiny red dots allow the
aurella to distinguish light and
darkness, a passing human foot,
but not much else.
These delicate' creatures rare-
ly. If ever, survive the hazards of
winter. Although they do not al-
ways follow the rules, most aure-
lla either produce or fertilize eggs
whieh cling to the veil-like ap-
pendages of the female until
they reach the larva stage. The
autumn storms which destroy the
parent usually release the larvae,
which settle to the bottom and
begin sharpening up their sting-
ers for the following summer.
WIN 100.00 WEEKLY WITH LUCKY MONTEZUMA
-whether your PAA Clipper' night lasts but on hour...or takes you
completely around the world.
I.
*
t


A DawMtai U.n. adds greatly lo the sociability of intercontinental flights.
Here passengers enjoy refreshments aboard the luxurious "El Presidenta,
For nearly o quarter of a century,
Clipper passenger have enjoyed
the little "extra" touches of hospi-
tality that make such o difference.
Ever since the first "Clippers" linked the
Americas by air more than two decades ago.
Pan American has been noted for the friendli-
ness of its hospitality. Not alone in the air-
but at the ticket counter and the airport as
well-every member of the PAA stall reflect*
the rigid training which only the broadest of
experience can provide. That's why so many
widely-traveled people choose PAA Clippers
for all their overseas voyages.
World's Largest International Airline
With its farflung network of routes extending
to all six continents, Pan American is not only
the largest international airline system, it it
also recognized as the pioneer in overseas air
transport. For PAA was first to link the Amer-
icas by air, first to span the vast Pacific, first
to fly completely around the world. But Pan
American takes greatest pride however, in be-
ing first choice of those who know travel best.
Wlwihar ifi Ml-cri* 4imwr or a light luncheon on s shorter flight-Clipper
meals are further evidence of PAA's long experience in p/eaiing passengers.
You can "fly PAA" almost anywhere. In fact, yon will
' be amazed at what a wide choice of trips you have-
' not only in routes and destinations, but also in cost.
Your PAA representative will he >>1* the trip of your choosing-to any ol W countries and
colonies on all six continents.
To U.S.A. EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA MEXICO
The WEST INDIES CENTRAL AMERICA AFRICA
AUSTRAUA and the FAR EAST
For reservations, see your Travel Agent or
PAiVAMERfCM
HOfO Airways

On A rnW. tietliere's the sanie eager
ness to pe of every possihle service in help-
ing you pLin a trip to almmt anywher.
WORLD'S
MOST EXPERIENCED
AIRLINE
XE-lt-Jl-P
TM


pase RIGHT
ism-
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JULY It. 1M1
W HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NBA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly -
wood and Grapevine:
Errol Flynit and wlfey Patrice
Wyjaore as a musical comedy
team?
It]ust around the corner If
they can ftid a script, according
to Petrlce. and the blueprint
calls lor Errol to sing for the first
time since his crooning stint In
"Thank Your Lucky Stars" of
1943 vintage.
"Errol ran the picture for me
the other ni-ht," Patrice bub-
bled. "He was so cute. I didn't
knuH'. he could run around like
that/'
It can be told now that Errol
and Patrice wanted to do a mus-
ical based on "Anne of the In-
dies" shortly after their marri-
age, but Fox bought the property
and made it as a straight drama
with Jean Peters.
The new era: A small boy
raised on television was taken to
his first movie by his lather. In
the middle of the feature, the
moppet screamed:
This show smells. Can't they
switch over to another channel?"
If TV can hold them with old
pictures, Hollywood can poke a-
round in the antique attic, too.
Coming up for remakes are "Peg
o' My Heart" at MGM and "Dad-
dy Longlefcs" at Fox.
It's a new day in Hollywood.
There's a plnt-slied, under-
votint-age star at MGM who
Isn't temperamental, neurotic or
on her second marriage.
I mean Debbie Reynolds, who's
Gene Kelly's co-star in 'Singln'
In the Rain."
"Movie queen stuff," giggled
Debbie, "That's silly. I don't
know how anybody can get that
way."
The teen-age cutle wants it
known that she'd be Invited out
to the woodshed by pop if she
cameJiome from the studio wear-
ing smoked glasses and a com-
plex.
Said Debbie: "My folks were-
n't too sure about a movie career
for hie in the first place. They
thought that actors were ques-
tlorrahle people and that I might
get real snooty and stuck-up."
Michele Morgan and her matinee
idol hubby, Henri Vidal. They're
a click in "Fabiola," but Michele
confided:
"The Hollywood agents have
been calling us. The studios are
definitely interested in Henri.
But I had such a bad experience
in Hollywoqd. Henri knows that
and he's being careful. His posi-
tion in France as an actor Is too
good to gamble on Hollywood."
IDA LUPINO ha s drawn the
iron curtain over the Identity of
her new adorer. His name is Pat
Folkes and he's from down
Texas way... Both Bette Davis
and director Irving Rapper are
denying reports of fireworks in
their British picture. "One Man's
Poison." Rapper, in fact, is tell-
ing the Hollywood set in London
that the picture is one of Bette's
finest.
Method in madness dept.:
Pop-corn and candy sales have
jumped 30 per cent since kids
were a dm i ted free to movie thea-
ters.
Quickie TV film producer to
Herman Hover at Ciro's:
"Gosh. I haven't made a movie
fall day."
Short Takes: Teresa Wright,
the anti-cheesecake queen, fin-
ally succumbs to a backless,
strapless bathing suit for a se-
quence in "California Conquest."
Bill Williams Joins Jack Buetel
and Mala Powers In "Rose of Ci-
marrn.". .. Tyrone Power and
Fox are talking about tearing up
his contract. He's still on sus-
pension... Charles Cobum and
Spring Byington are teaming up
for a filmed TV series, "Bed and
Board."... Frank Sinatra and
CBS video have called it a day.
A couple of monkeys have
been booked Into Hollywood's
swank Mocambo. Usually, it's the
customers there who make mon-
keys out of themselves... Luxury
note: Lana Turner will have 40
changes of costumes In "The
Merry Widow."
Audrey Totter's appearance in
"FBI Girl" is preceded by a sign
reading: "Danger Curves A-
head."
Not in the script: A shame-
faced Jimmy Cagney, wearing a
pair of green silk pajamas with
yelloV tassels, for a scene in
"Come Fill the Cup." "And I once
played gangster roles."
Hugh Herbert is set for a com-
edyls'erles at Columbia with Su-
zanne Dalbert. the French beau-
ty, as his leading lady... The
asking price for the TV rights to
all the late Zane Grey's western
stories is over a million dollars....
Marie Wilson's wide-eyed quote:
"I wonder If anyone knows that
I haye the longest eyelashes in
Hollywood."... Dane Clark and
MGM are huddling on a film
deal...
It's- a big No to Hollywood from
Fiery, Itching Skin
Gels Quick Relief
Here Is a clean stainless penetrating
antiseptic now dispensed by chemists at
trifling cost, that will bring you speedy
relief from the Itching and distress of
Ec/ema. Itching Toes and Feet, Rashes
and skin troubles.
Not only does this great healing anti-
septic oil promote rapid and healthy
healing In open sores a'nd wounds, but
bolls and simple ulcers are quickly re-
lieved and cleanly healed. In skin dise-
ases the Itching of Eczema Is Instant-
ly stopped: the eruptions dry up and
scale off In a very few days. The same
is true of Barber's Itch, Salt Rheum and
other skin eruptions.
You can obtain Moore's Emerald OH
(full strength) at any modern drug store.
Holy Family Church
Plans Barn Dance
At Washington
One of the most interesting
events scheduled for the month
of August In the social line will
be the Big Barn Dance to be*held
at the Hotel Washington on Au-
gust 11th beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Sponsored by the Rosary and Al-
tar Society of the Church of the
Holy Family, Margarita, the af-
fair promises to be unique in barn
dances. V
The grand door prize Is to be
a week end at the magnificent
Hotel El Panamall expenses
paid for two fortunate persons.
The holiday begins with dinner
Friday evening, breakfast served
in room Saturday morning,
lunch, dinner and dancing in the
Bella Vista Room Saturday eve-
ning. Hotel El Panam will pre-
sent the winners with flowers and
fresh fruit. A luxurious suite will
be placed at their disposal.
Three luscious frying chickens
will find their way onto the din-
ner tables of the couples winning
the spot prizes, and many other
excellent prizes are waiting to be
claimed at the dance.
FREE chances on guessing the
number of beans in a glass jar
are available to all. The prize for
the most nearly correct guess is
a $25 War Bond.
Music will be by the Rainbow
Ramblers whose foot tapping mu-
sic is heard on the Armed Forces
Radio Station every Saturday
evening.
.Tickets will be on sale at the
door and may be obtained at the
Knights of Columbus Home in
Margarita, the Margarita Club-
house, the Hotel Washington, Ho-
tel El Panam, Smoot and Hunnl-
cutt, Colon, and from members
of the Catholic Church in Mar-
garita, Cristobal. Gatun, Gam-
boa, Ancon and Balboa.
The committee in charge of the
dance is as follows: Chairman,
Mrs. David Coffey; Asst. Chair-
man. Mrs. James Recela; Program
Chairman, James Recela; Assis-
tants to Recela, Tony Raymond
and Charles Will; Entertainment,
Mrs. Cyrus Field; Tickets. Mrs.
WilliamCronan; Prizes,Mrs.Lea-
land Larrlson, assisted by Miss
Nancy Ramsey.
9>>
anama
e
ana
i euk
o uses
Showing Tonight
WANNA HELAX7T... GO TO THE MOVIIS!!
BALBOA
Atr-I i.fdin.ned
*:tS 3. X30
Blng CROSBY Nancy OLSON
"MR. MUSIC"
Also Showing Thursday I
DIABLO HTS.
i:15 t:M
Faith DOMERUUE
"VENDETTA"
Thursday "FRIGHTENED CITY"
COCOLI
IS :23
"STATE PENITENTIARY'
and "FRIGHTENED CITY"
Thuriday "Htllflra"
GAMBOA
ISM
Vlncant PRICE Ellen DREW
'BARON OF ARIZONA"
Thursday "THREE SECRETS"
MARGARITA
1:15 A 1:15
Errol FLYNN
'THE PRINCE and THE PAUPER'
Thuriday "MYSTERY SUBMARINE"
CRISTOBAL
Alr-< ..nd..... .
IS vii'.
Stephen McNALLY Alexis SMITH
'Wyoming Mail" (Technicolor)
Thurtday "UNDER THE GUN"
TROPICAL
TO MO ROW!
*BaVBBVBBMaaaa*MWaBSBBW>t*s*MBaaaV
HIS GREAT LOVE... GOLD!
HIS ONE WEAKNESS...
WOMEN!
MEM's
preitnl*
Stirling
DAVID BRIAN ARLENE DAHL
BARRY SULLIVAN
MERCEDES McCAMBRIDGE
_ PAULA RAYMOND
CLAUSE IARMAN. JR. LON CHANEY
Opening
TOMORROW
CENTRAL

OH. BOY! FRUIT SALAD!Mama's hat. liberally decorated with
choice and colorful fruit, is just too tempting for roguish Tommy
Fenwicjc, age 2. Tommy prepared to rearrange the decorations
while; waiting, with his mother and aunt, for-a plan* from New
>, York to Bermuda.
i*> -
July Bargains
of or of he LJoung [onde
NIGHTGOWN
v and
NEGLIGEE
SETS
from
6.50
THE FRENCH BAZAAR
JUAN PALOMERAS
COLON COLON
Jon HALL Maria MONTES SAM', in
All Baba And The 40 Thieves'
IN TECHNICOLORI
mmmm
LUX THEATRE
The Immortal and
glorious
VALENTINO
n his most popular
plcturtl
Rudolph
Valentino
BELLA VISTA
AT 8:30 P.M.
Concert by The
National Symphony
Orchestra
Under the Baton of Guest
Conductor
Dr. JOSEPH WAGNER
Director of the San Jos
SymphonlcOrchestra.____
CECILIA THEATRE
2 Features For The Price Of One 2
Peter Lorre
Andre
Robert Alda
Kins, in
The Beast With Five Fingers"
Also: Humphrey Bogart, In
RETURN OF DR. X"
TROPICAL
ONI Y TODAY!
BOB HOPE DOROTHY LAMOUR, In
MY EAVORITE BRUNETTE
A WONDERFUL COMEDY..!
ENCANTO THEATRE
Tyrone Power, In
'AMERICAN GUERRIELA
IN THE PHILIPPINES''
June Haver Michele
Prelle. in
"I'LL GET BY"
TIVOLI THEATRE
BANK $100.00 BANK
Cash and Free at S at p.m.
Also: -
"TARZA.N AND TUB AMAZONS"
- and -
"THEY LIVE BY NIGHT"
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
"SECRET OF TREASURE
ISLAND" (1-2-3)
- Also: .
"Mark of The Whistler"
and -
"SUNDOWN VALLEY"
VICTORIA THEATRE
"FEDERAL OPERATOR 99"
Caps. 3-4 Also:
"THE HIDEOUT" plus:
"WYOMING"
American Legion
Auxiliary Reports
Successful Year
The 30th annual convention of
the American Legion Auxiliary
closed a highly successful year.
Reports from the various De-
partment Officers showed that
the Auxiliary plays an Important
part in the community Ufe and
reflects outstanding effort in
Child Welfare and Rehabilitation
of veterans.
A Poppy Drive permitted the
expenditure of over $2200.00 a-
Iouk these lines.
A letter of congratulation was
sent to the editor of Legion To-
pics for outstanding contribution
to the department during the
past year. The Casey Member-
ship trophy was won bv the Aru-
ba Esso Unit No. 1. N.W.I. The
Hargy Americanism Trophv was
retired by the Elbert S. Wald
Unit, having Von It for three con-
secutive times, for outstanding
work in this field.
One of the features of the
Convention was a talk by Jacque
Boyle, a citizen of Girl's State,
who accompanied by Ann Morrlll
will represent this area at Girl's
Nation in Washington, D.C. Mrs.
Dorothy Corbett and Patsy Ryan
were congratulated for their
work during the past three years
on the board of Girls State.
Officers elected for the coming
year were: Department President,
Patsy Ryan. Unit No. 1; 1st Vice
President. Louise Griffon, Unit
No. 2; 2nd Vice President. Doro-
thy Hall. Unit No. 6; Outlying
Vice President, Ida Buckholtz,
Aruba No. 1; Chaplain, Lucy De-
wey, Unit No. 3; Historian, Grace
Gravatt. Unit No. 2; Sgt. at Arms.
Grace Anderson. Unit No. 8; Na-
tion Exec. Commltteewoman, Ly-
dla Nadeau, Unit No. 2; Alternate
Exec. Commltteewoman, Betty
Crawford, Unit No..
Hoot Owl Hooked
PALATKA. Fla. (UP) J. C.
Goodwin was out for bass but
hooked a good-sized hoot owl on
his casting plug.
THIS YEAR'S BIG ONE!
OPENS TOMORROW
AT THE
LUX & CECILIA
THE A TRES
TEN SIOCKWELL
MIWI1IS
THOMAS GOMEZ CECIL KELLAWAY
ARNOLD MOSS LARETTE LUEZ
Scista Play by
Leon Gordo, Helen Oootsca snS Mcksid Scaaytf
Directed by VICTOR SAVIUE
Produced by LEON GORDON
A Htlis-Goldwira-Msytc hctwa

"CRY DANCER"
A Man With A Gun And A Back-Street Beauty Is
Opening Thursday At The Central Theatre.
CRY DANGER" with Dick Powell and Rhonda Fleming has plenty
of thrills and excitement. Opening Thursday at the CENTRAL
Theatre.

TODAY
AT 8:30 P. M.
CONCERT BY THE
NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Under The Baton of the Eminent Composer and Director
DR. JOSEPH WAGNER

PROGRAM
IEgmont Overture Op. 84
.................Beethoven
IIThe Birthday of a Princess
(Narrator and Orchestra)..
............Joseph Wagner
IIIConcert In E Minor
For Piano and Orchestra
Piano Solo by the Author
............Joseph Wagner

INTERLUDE
IVSymphony No. 5 in Minor
Op. 64........Tschaikowskji
, .J kw< m

'^r
i i *^| p*
> V 'as k

r "
v'
H v A

STARTING
TOMORROW!
t^'re Too Busy Raising f.
Ronald R^GAN WanHSS^^
..WALTER SLEZAK-JESSE WHITE ..3G09
&
*^^^^^*^^^*^^^^^^**
PEPS0DENT
FOR
CAPTIVATING
BEAUTY
TOOTH PASTE


WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1M1
THE PANAMA MEXICAN AN WPITEMPKOT OAJXY AW*tAflE
jaw mm
THE PANAMAJ.MERICAN
OWNIO AND PUlLI.HtD BY THB PANAMA AMIRICAN ". INC.
SOUNDED NUON OUNHVILL IN IMI
HANMODIO ARIAS. IDITOP.
7. H ITKin >. O BOX 14. *WM. S# .
TCLCPHONt P>NMA NO. 9.0740 (0 LINIS)
Cash Addrimi PArJAMMICAH, Panama ___
COLON OrriCi 12 17 CINTAAL AVINU BSTWltN l?TH ANO 1STM STTMBITe
FMIKX KlPP.I.BNTATIVS. JOSHUA B. POWIRS. INC.
S4B MADISON A.VS.. NSW VOSK. 17' N. V
LOCI 'l
1.7 *30
SO 11 r>
4 OO
I MONTH. IN AOVANCI---------
POP '* MONTH. IN ADVANCE,
PO" ONP VIA* IN ADVANCE,
'8 SO
Labor Newt
Anv
(Comment
fMIS H rOU KMUM THI HIADIM OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
The MaO Boa Is an optn ferom tat raedera or Tfcs Panama American
Sttart irt received Qret.fully ens' art handled in e holly cesfidtntlsl
MMI.
I* rss esSTftsst. s latter don't bs impiti.s H deaen1 app.o the
is* toy. letter ere puhl-h.d in Mis ordsi receive.
Pisses try to keep Mis Uttsn limited to ans sat* '"9'h
Identity of latter writer, it held in rtrlcteit confidence.
This nowisspc eeeemse as ratpenalUIlT for itotement. si oplalom
aplastad la letter from reed en.
WRITER CLAIMS C.Z. CAN SAVE $60,000
: YEARLY AND IMPROVE POSTAL SERVICE.
July 1, 1961 was the date established for the official forma-
tion of the Panama Canal Company, which is to b MR-WJ-
flclent, under existing acts of Congress. The expenses ol tne
Company are not to exceed the receipts.
This letter deals with one phase of the Panama Canal Com-
pany which has been losing money for. the past five years, and
if run properly, will continue to lose money, but not in the
quantity that Panama Canal officials are going to lose it. ine
section of the Company, I am discussing. to tlw Postal Service.
At this time, In the Director of Posts' office, are the Director
of Posts the Assistant Director of Posts, the Postal Inspector. oe released from capitalist
and three or four other, with an accumulated salary of about | authority."
136,000 to $40,000 per year. This is the head office of the Pana- 1 nope m be forgiven a bad
ma Canal Company Postal Service. pun, but if ever Tve seen a
manual of harms, this Is It. It
by VICTOR RIESEL
MOBILE, .Ala. Among your
sailor friends In a great port
whose ships slip In each day
lrom across the world, there 18
almost always something exotic
to admire a rare perfume, a
strange ring, a weird carving,
even the unique, forbidden hum-
ming bira. But nothing
was shown me here to strange
as a document brought in from
Italy, where now meet the labor
leaders of the world. It was a
blueprint for Communist mutiny
on the capitalist bounty.
It had been obtained by the
AFL sailors' leaden, whose men
sail ships out of this Oulf of
Mexico port, from an esteemed
British labor chief, Arthur
Deakin, who moved Into Ernie
Bevln's job when the late and
erstwhile beer wagon driver be-
came the Empire's Foreign Min-
ister. This paper had been found
aboard a British hip shortly
after it had dropped anchor in
Naples.
Bluntly and brutally, it
gave detailed instructions
on methods of "creatina
unrest" aboard ship ana
training merchant crews to
':,
IF the United States Poet Office Department were
Induced to take over the Postal Service. ALL these people
would be superfluous. ,
In their place would be one postal Inspector, working out
of the United States. All Canal Zone Postmasters would be
responsible for the operations of their own off ces. and would
send their reports directly to the states, rather than to the Di-
rector of Posts, as thev now do. No more work would be Involved.
In all probability, the Canal Zone would have only one or
two postmasters, with the present smaller office postmasters,
designated as supervisors of their stations, under the one or two
larger officers. All the present services would be given, and in
addition, Special Delivery. Sale of War Bonds. Redemption of
War Bonds, and the installation of the new United States Money
Orders, which permit cashing of money orders In any post o lice
(Canal Zone orders now may be cashed only at the office upon
which they are written.)
Canal ffone postage stamps would be a thing of the
past. All stamps used on mail sent from the Canal / ne
would be United States postage tamps. Transits,
military and civilian new arrivals to the Canal Zone
have all expressed their feeling over the jumbled stamp
set-up of the Canal Zone.
Almost every person arriving for a stay long enough to be
Classed as a resident, ha had several letters turn.*I to him
because the United States stamp on the letter "NOTAC
riEPTABLE for mailina from the Canal Zone. At tne present,
time t!i letter to mauedwith United States postage, and dues
noThave a return address, the letter If rated up a. post age due.
and sent to the address ntended in the United States. Tnere
?he Sostal1 clerk, seeing the United State stamp. attached and
uncaneelled, will cancel the same cuss the stupid Canal Zone
" and deliver the letter as lntendeo in the first place witn-
spells out sabotage from the ex-
ploitation of seafarers who
might like to take a little too
much liquor, down to the da-
maging of refrigerators and ex-
haust pipes.
Distributed to ship cells by
Moscow's World Federation of
Trade Union's Maritime Division,
according to plans made last
year at a special "transporta-
tion conference" in Warsaw, the
circular is dated London, De-
cember, 1950. Title is "Simple
and Elementary Methods to
Make Agitations and Induce the
Crews of Merchant Ships to Rid
Themselves of Capitalist Au-
thorities."
It refers to a "Booklet No.
10," which British Intelligence
lias not been able to dig up.
Best guesB is that It contains
the technical instructions for
saboteurs assigned to damaging
naval equipment without being
cfcewnY mwmm
MERRY-00-ROUND
ly ORIVV PIARSON
Family Strip
By BOB RUARK
if
NEW ORLEANS.Although I am a shy fellow
given to blushing at the sight of a well-turned
Instep. I always seem to get sidetracked on a
street called Bourbon when I come to New Or-
dte"cted? The British and Cana- ScalAhomf of "the^'trlp toase? which has modify'tens T "Ah always bump sldeway,
dlan navies have suffered con-; &2LgLless VlnFul ctttos than this. A bump, for the unlnltiate, to a kind of con-
the clamoring customer ""my's mama,
Stormv herself was unavailable). djp
Stormy's mama >.. into. Oa., and
she Is very deoorous.
Ah never bump fro.u..-.,-.' Stormy's mama
slderable sabotage In the past
As' refeased by Arthur Deakin
and brought here by American
seamen, the circular says:
"1) Agents of the Com-
munist Party, must limit
suggesting
clerk. .
out collecting the postage rated as due mBllpri hv a ner-
United ftates stamps are now good only if maiiea Dy a per
of,n board shin transiting the Canal I.e., "Mall posted on themselves to sug_,
the ffi"a"" A lrtt matted in this manner, with thereturn., motives for protests and
adores ola"transit ship, and with Unlled State stamps attached. miwt not accept appoint-
to now delved as much as 24 hours, because the stamp may be
Ja&d in on" two Canal Zone offices. This delay would be
eliminated if the United States stamps were acceptable for maii-
' lPosUnaccounU are now audited in a Motion 'of the
U the U. S. Post Office De:
Ordinarily I would say that the flexible art
ot peeling has been overwritten, but I think I
have come up with what the movies call a
"scoop." I have just encountered mother-love
ol such high-octane potency that mama is now
shedding her garments as a substitute for
daughter daughter having fled to matrimony
and pregnancy as an antidote to fame.
"Ah just can't get used to undressln' in front the trade, cal s.pe 'eastr. h t.
of people," says Ma, whose name to JowWne J^Wa*. Spellman and whose daughter. Stormy, is pos-
vulslon In which the mldsectlon Is hurled sharp-
ly at the audience, to the accompaniment of
strident thumping of a drum. It to the climax
of a truly dramatic performance. A sideways
bump would involve a sudden shifting of hips,
as hi an impassioned rumba, and would be de-
Stormy mama'nevar divest herself of what
Canal Zone Finance office.
partment took over, this expense wouioi ''' --
the accounts would be audited in the United S^tM-witti
th* work paid for by the S. U. Post 0c W&S?nt.
WHAT DOES ALL THIS MEAN TO THE CANAL ZONE REM-
DENT. JUST THIS! The present set-up of the Canal one
Postal Service is losing in excess of $60.000 per year. (How
much to not actually known'. If this loss were eliminated Horn
The operation of the Panama Canal Company, commissary Drices
and rent M OHT BE approximately $60.000 per year lower than
otherwise AND the mall service, performed under the United
BtateV Post Office Department, in all probability, would be more
artanuati. than the pment one. Present employe would prob-
S'y beasalmllawd Into the U 8. service, a. about.half the Zone
personnel are former U. 8. mall clerk. t thto time
ONLY the dead wood expen of the head office
weuld be eliminated. Thus, the top-heavy executive
branch of one department of the Canal would be chopped
to the bone ------ and with no loss of efficiency.
The governor could easily recommend that the service be
token over by the United State Post Off ce Department thus
eliminating a needle burden on the newly founded Panama
ana Company and the harrassed Panama Canal employe, and
hi mi he asurea that the 11 ited State Post Office Depart-
ment wdud r"" it as they now do. in the United States, Puer-
to Rico, the Virgin Island, Guam. Hawaii, and Alaska.-----pro-
perly- KD
PSIf this suggetlon should be adopted. I hereby author-
ise the Buggestlon Committee of the Panama Canal Company
to send theT money awarded for saving $60.000 or thereabouts, to
any worthwhile charity that they may elect, a. I am no longer
an employe of the Zone organization.
an employe rhtn)a for printing the letter.
CROWDED CLINICS
Mail Box Editor
Panama American Publishing Co-
Panama, R. de P.
Addressed to Health Department:
The clinic operated at Colon hospital on the second toor
for patients is a congestion beyond the reasonable imagination
of arTv sensible person in this Twentieth Century. Privacy to
eliminated\ta almost it entirety. Whp care to hear first hand
ffimatlon on the other person's ailments^ No wonder the
utttlenis come out with blushing faces. To presen to brief de-
scription of the sardine, compactly consult!.; booths is best un-
derstood by seeing it for yourself!
can anyone tnlnk that the Doctors can do heir most ef-
ment as the representatives
o/ the dissatisfied seamen." jjy ne most-famed stripper ever to bare a
In effect, they must stay goose-plmple on a street where naked ladles
undercover. come eight to the bar. "Took three people to
"3) Among the lower ranking run me up on the stage when the time come
personnel, such as cooks, dish-, to undress."
washers, etc., there are always stormy's mother to billed as 'Stormy s Mo-
young men who are either un- ther." That to explanation enough because
Stormy to the doll who became nationally fa-
mous when the entire campus of Louisiana
State University conspired to throw her in the
university lake. People came .from far and
wide to see Stormy, a dtodalnful-looklng lolla-
paloozer who sneered at the customers. When
Stormv hung up her O-strlng. to marry a chit-
chat columnist and tackle motherhood, a great
educated or of low Intelligence.
They are good material (for
propaganda) and one must get
on friendly terms with them.
The agents will find it easy to
convince them in view of their
youth, that the crew, the other
high ranking members of the
ship's personnel, are trying to aao was left inJew^Orleans; jiiu-night life
make them
flclent work with their patients when often there is no chair for
the doctor much les. the patient to sit on. oh space where art
thou'' Can't more space be arranged temporarily and later on
aPermanent basis? After all we patients are not a herd of in-
frahumana We go to the clinic to get confidential lnformat-
tl0n^V^SLlTo^Ss] we take the risk of being em-
harassed, receiving frustrating confulta,t'inslibe(lnBnv!1nena
and so on. If we do not fare so well in this clinic, we do not
Lave the alternative of going to Oorga. Therefore. Atlantic
e patients' are requesting- immediate relief of this unnecessary
condition. ..8ufI,rfr,. who know!" ^^_____

MA7M)
star
mm\
"*}
oxplolt them and
do useless work.
"As a rule, the agents can
create agitations by using these
men. The stewards (In this
country usually members of a
pro-Communist union because
this was one of the first field
on which the leftwlngers con-
centrated) who care for ships
officers can report conversa-
tions overheard while on duty.
These stewards may also be in-
fluenced into exaggerating the
meaning of the conversations.
"3) A certain number of
druhkards are usually found
aboard merchant ship. These
men are easy to handle and can
be used to provoke confusion
and hatred." Agents are then
Instructed to make certain that
whiskey to available at low
prices and cautioned never to
be seen with the drunks.
"4) Efforts must be made to
induce seamen to neglet the
upkeep of naval .equipment. De-
terioration of equipment may
cause damage, the cause of
which cannot be easily and
quickly assertained.
"5i Agents must indirectly
suggest the holding of crew's
meetings, .when agents are on
duty (elsewhere, so suspicion is
never on them.) When a meet-
ing to held In the presence of
an agent, the latter must care-
fully abstain from complaining
or making comments. He must
limit himself to approving the
decision of the Seamen's com-
mittee"
Section Six gives instruc-
tions on hew to damage re-
frigerators, automatic grills,
exhaust pipes, etc. io they
don't appear sabotaged. Sec-
tion f, in explaining the
need for influence in the
engine room says "follow
the instructions of Booklet
10 and do not attempt to im-
provise." .
Finally, in section 8, agents
are told to make only one trip
aboard the same ship, report
immediately the ucces or fat-
ure of their mission, the ship
dtlnatlon, the clew's name*
and a list of seamen found sym-
pathetic to the "cause."
It was to counteract these
methods for mutiny that the
obor leader?; now meeting In
Milan, organized our own count-
s-sabotage gangs on each ship,
'hose who mutiny will get
boon***
But mother, although she had been a demur
cashier to that time, leaped bravely Into the
breach. It emed a charitable deed to give
ever. Under the teaser comes the nets. You
can see through the net*, but not quite. I never
get down to the net. I always keep on the
16 Stormy's mama to 40. she says, and her
daughter to 23. They marry early In the South.
Stormv mama has a nice shape, very much
like daughter's and the same sort of naugmy
lace Her soft drawl comes oddly from a shape-
ly colfured head.
"Tlil is still very new to a girl who never
believed In taking off clothes in public," she
ays. "Whenever ah recognize somebody in tne
audience ah can't hardly stand it."
"But," he says, with an air of desperation,
"ah've gone so far now ah can't quit until ah
make Life Magazine. Then ah aim to re-tlre.
Stormy, it might be ald. once commanded a
big spread in Ufe. apart from vast coverage by
the national ore. Like daughter, like mother.
Drew Pearson says: A Comntonisr onco worked for me; "
Young newsman was converted to the party by author
of "My Sister Eileen"; I fired him four years ago.
WASHINGTON. It's hard to write about a man who to dea*
and cannot defend himself. However. I should like to write about
Andrew Older, listed recently by an FBI undercover agent as a
member of the Communist Party.
Older worked for me for a brief period after the war and ,?
became my unpleasant duty to fire him. During the course of fir-
ing him, I got to know a little bit about what makes a Com-
munist tick.
If we are going to cure Communism in the American bo4f>'
politic, then it's Important that we know what turns a man lnw
a Communist and how he can be cured. Here to one case history
In point.
Older worked for a group of conservative trade Journals
paint and varnish magaiine, a bakery journal, a poultry month-' '
W, together with the film and radio dallies and the Hollywood
Reporter. During tha tall end of the war when manpower wa
short he also worked partlme for me. In addition to hto other
chores. *
CANADIAN SPY RING
Andy was a nice boy. worked hard and I never dreamed at
first he had any links with the Communists. But as time passed
and I wrote more and more critical stories about Russia I became
suspicious. He frequently argued against the columns which
criticized Russia.
I recall especially the column I wrote exposing the Russian
spv ring in Canada. At that tima194*a great many American
still were devoted to the idea that we could and must cooperate)
with Russia, and the critical mall I received calling me a liar
and a warmonger was heavy. Older was among those who de-
precated this column.
Later a lrlend reported that he had teen Older with both a
member of the Soviet Tass news agency and the editor of the
Soviet information service, which wa published by the Russian
Embassy. As a result, I went to J. Edgard Hoover, told him of thla
report and asked whether he had any information regarding Old-
er and a poaible affiliation with Communism.
Mr. Hoover reported a week or so later that Older was listed '
as a member of the Communist Party in Washington.
Next day I called Older In, figuring that in conformity with
standard communist practice he would deny membership In tha .
party. But he didn't. He told the truth.
DAZZLING AUTHORESS
In a way this made things more difficult. If he had lied, It
would have been easy to fire him. But when a man tells the truth
you certainly owe it to him to listen to hto story.
So we had a long talk, during which Older said he had Joined
the party early In 1940 largely through the influence of Ruth
McKenny, author of "My Sister Eileen." and editor of the New
Masses from 1937 to 1946, who later broke with Communism. The
counsel for the Senate Internal Security Committee states that
Miss McKenny broke with the party at the same time Browdfr
had hto difficulties. .
Older's father was born in Russian Poland, and Andy had
been ardently anxious for peace between the United States 4hd
Russia. He said, however that he had had a few tough polleto
to swallow which had Jarred himone of them being the party
Une against preparedness at a time when Stalin and Hitler wer
allies in 1939 and later the sudden party switch to all-out pxa-
pareriness. ... i*, w%
He said that he had heen trying to get away from the party,
hadn't auenaed meeting since 1944 and was fed up with high- ,
handed Communist tactics. However, he said that it was harcfto
get away when you were once a member because the comraqei
blackmailed you bv threatening to expose your membership.
He said he gradually had come around to my point of vtovr
that Russia was th chief disrupter of the pac and that her
tactics under the Kremlin were Just as imperialistic as under._
L1PPMANN HAD COMMUNIST SECRETARY
At first I though I could wean Older completely away from
Communists and had some talks along this line with J. EdWf
Hoover. I figured that H I could get Older to do a Budena ano;;
take a militant stand against the party, he would become a. high- .
ly useful citizen. ..,, .
However I also had heard that the Communists had planted ;
a secretary on Walter Llppmann and that it wa tandard Com- .
munlst practice to put men in key spots where they could tn-
flue-ace public opinion. So. figuring there was no use making Hto
difficult by sitting on a continual keg of dynamite, I let Older go.
I saw him occasionally after that and have reason to beito?
he threw hu old associates overboard and straightened hlrnasUIA
out politically. In fact, he became something of a small-scaiw^,
capitalist, and in addition to his trade Journals operated a laundry. .
And since he cannot be here to defend himself, I would Ilk *
to say that Andy Older was one of those unfortunate youngtertl"
who through the Influence of persuasive personalities got off t0.J
bad start but who saw things in a far clearer light before of|
dled "STOP EISENHOWER"
A full scale "Stop Elsenhower" campaign to being cooked uf
backstaae by the Chicago Tribune and backers of Senator Tar
Taff himself probably doesn't know about It, but a rouga
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
DETECTIVE STORY
WASHINGTON.It to an even bet that aome-
thing very secret and very Important preceaeo
by some weeks the negotiations which have
been going on at Kaesong in Korea, me re-
doubtable Sherlock Holme, for example, review-
ing the available evidence, would surely have
come up with something like the following
working hypothesis: _,,.
Since early In May. the top American policy
makers have had excellent unexplained reasons,
almost certainly based on highly secret negatia-
tii.ns of some sort, for believing that a Korean
truce was Imminent. ...
There i no proof that this tow. It Is offi-
cially denied that anything of the sort has
been going on. Yet In this tense period of
waiting on events in Korea, the reader may
find It Interesting to consider the evidence, and
to decide for himself whether the hypothesis is
a reasonable one. ..
The first Item of evidence to wholly intan-
gible no more than a change of mood. But
it was a very striking and sudden change of
mood. Early last May. officials who a lew day*
bcior. had seemed downright suicidal suddenly
began to act as though tnev could hardly re-
strain themselves from breaking into a Jig.
Whereas before they would glumly shrug their
shoulders when asked how and when the Ko-
rean War might be brought to an end. in the
flrat week of May there was suddenly talk about
"a flfty-ilftv chance of ending the war thl
summer.". I '. ....
Why this change? Was this abrupt shirt
from despair to hop the result of pure, un-
alloyed political instinct? Or were there power-
ful but secret reasons for believing that the war
in Korea might be settled? Surely Mr. Holme
would accept onlv the second answer.
At any rate, it was easy then to smell, some
sort of rat, whether real or Imaginary. And
the rat smells continued. In mid-May, Pres -
dential foreign policy adviser W. Averell Harri-
man remarked publicly, off the cult, tnat trie
war might end 'next week, the week after, in
a month or two months." The war could not
possibly end without some sort of direct East-
West contact. Had this contact already been
made? If not. It begins to seem that Harrl-
man should take up crystal ball garlng as a
business.
Testifying before th MacArtbur enquiry. Sec-
retary of Defense George Marshall exuded tne
same mystifying optimism. He referred .reput-
edly to the Berlin blockade, and to th Unltod
Nations channels" through which the settle-
ment had been negotiated. These "channels
took the form, of course, o highly secret talks
between Jacob Malik and Ambassador-at-Larg
Philip Jessup. Was something of the sort, whe-
ther In this country or elsewhere, already go-
ing on?
Queitioned on this point at the time, offi-
cials would ptoad igncrranc. or look carefully
blank. But the note of unexplained optimism
continued throughout th testimony of all the
Administration leader during the MaoArthur
testimony. Then, early In June, came Secretary
Marshall' sudden, unannounced trip to Japan
and Korea, to confer with Gen. Matthew Ridg-
way.
A great effort was made at the time to im-
plant the notion that Marshall was much given
to such sudden Junket, and that his trip had
no special significance. But such a trip was a
serious matter for an overburdened man. no
longer voung. And surely, In retrospect, it does
not require a very nasty and suspicious mind to
urmise that Marshall went to Japan because
he knew that truce negotiation were imminent,
and because he wished to arrange matters In
advance with Rldgway.
Finally. Jut before the now-famous Malik
truce bid. another Korean Junket was planned
that of Paul Nltje, Chief of the 8tote De-
partment' policy planning staff. At first it
was put about that Nltze was "on vacation.'
Now it to said that Nltze planned purely by
chance to go to Korea at that particular time,
and that the Malik proposal came as a com-
plete surprise. But how complete was the sur-
prise? Surely it to remarkably lucky that the
chief Dolicy planner should Just happen to b
on hand to advise Rldgwav during the course
of the delicate negotiations.
There were, to be sure, certain very faint in-
dications that the Communist might want a
truce vague hints bv Malik and other Soviet
officials, a change in the Soviet propaganda
line. But these exceedingly tenuous Indication
were certolnlv not enough to explain the above
chain of evidence. The reader may be his own
Sherlock Holmes In deciding whether or not the
hypothesis is reasonable whether or not.
orne time about the beginning of May. highly
secret East West oontact was made, which
strongly Indicated the likelihood of a Korean
cease-fire.
At anv rate, credit should be given where
credit is due. If there was secret diplomatic
contact, it was kept, for once, really secret.
which is as it ought to be. If ther was no
secret contact, leading officials of the State and
Defense Departments have displayed a political
prescience which to little short of miraculous
(Copyright, 1951, Nw Yrk Herald Tribune c.)
mear Job to discourage General Elsenhower from going aftor thi:*
OOP nominal ion for President is being conducted as part of th,.
regular four-year warmup for picking a president ;
"initial move was a Chicago Tribune syndicated story 0f JuUffi
7 which inferred that Eisenhower as President of Columbia Uiw
Iveraity. to friendly with Communists. Similar storte are due to
RPPAnotheV' and more kindly facet oI the campaign, credit tj>,:
Taff unofficial campaign strategist. Sen Owen Brewstor. to tg.t.
spread the story among delegates that the general to too busf;.;;
organizing Europe's defenses to "play politics.' |
This to now being told Republican grass-roots leaders of ..
Taft organisers.
(Copyright. 1951. By The Bell Syndicate, lac) \U
' I
Answer to Previous Puzzle
HORIZONTAL 59 Cooking
utensils
1 Depicted
South
American
animal
9 Ventilate
1$ Th coimoi
14 Internsl fruit
decay
16 Categories
16 Venetian
district
13 Compats point
IB Blow on th
head
20 Orampu
II Symbol for
samarium
sachaos
23 Abraham'
home (Bib.)
26 Wild plum
27 Infallible
80 Permit
31 Correlativa of
neither
82 Blackbird of
cuckoo fmlly
38 Small horse
3Secur
39 City In
Nevad
37 Symbol for
neon
88 Comparative
aufllx
3 Laughter
sound
41 Footlik part
44 Three-toad
sloths
46 Bon
48 Compliance
50 Adhere cloaely
52 Spanish
provine
Mlt to called
Tittle*
UDtoectto A
VERTICAL
1 Strain at
3 Afresh
3 Egyptian god
4 Thoroughfare
C Roman
emperor
6 Dull and
monotonous
7 Pronoun
[ir_'i-:ui"l.-'li led
l-ii-:ig(-i,i 1"i:iii .-!' *
I 1UI2I L II \tLX\ I J-J .
"ii hi turn! t i ab
K-JUhiRi
Ulgll
aaasasasBasl
l-Jl.l MI-JIZJUUI2 I 1 i ll-J
l-JK.ii l.*lUl2lliy HV >
I lklll-;i II 1- "
I Ii ..-j.-j._u 1
23 Ides
24 Racer
25 Bang
Oo by aircraft 26 Cotton fabric
9 Calculating 21 Horse color
41 Heavenly
body
44 Recorded
lnitrument
10 Sick
11 Rot flax by
exposure
29 Therefor
36 Creeping
36 Seat anew
36 Healthy
11 Greek portico 40 Bewildered
17 Symbol for 41 Prints*'
lrldlum meaiur
45 Ulano (
46 Above M
47 weight eC
India
4Dtotre
lOoddew
infatuation
84 Negative n


m
HOA
lMff Kcs.
PANAMA
HOW
1238 Kcs.
COLON
TODOS I.OS DIAS A LAS '
3:3 p.m.
"DON QAKERO"
El personaje mil important
4c la radio nacional.

#HR%
NGULOS Y PLATINAS
y
Red Panamericana
PanamaAmrca
' NGULOS DE
IWxli /l *
2x1 371 tt*
2x1 \i W
1x3 W W
PLATINAS DI 1
1" 3/11 tr
1W 3/11 W
V M W
f M 2d*
DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE DIVULGAMOS LA VERDAD QUE LOS DEMS OCULTAN
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa No. 121
tftO VIGE8IMO 8EXTO
PANAMA, R. P.. MIRCOLES. JULIO 18, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMO!
Surge disputa en Corea
sobre un "punt clave"
Las Naciones Unidas temen q'
los rojos obtengan algunas
ventajas al cesar el fuego
k\ parecer se ha llegado a un acuerdo slido so-
bre dos de los puntos principales de la
Agenda presentada
BASE DE AVANZADA, Julio 18 (UP).Un disputa sobre un
"punto clave" bloque la terminacin de la agenda para las ne-
gociaciones del cese de fuero en la reunin de hoy. Sin embar-
go, no se ha revelado cul es el "punto clave*.
El Informe oficial de las Naciones Unidas sobre la conferen-
cia de hoy dijo que se haba logrado algn progreso adicional y
que se ha llenado a un acuerdo slido sobre dos de los pantos
principales ,'e la agenda.
Aunque n* se ha dado al-
guna explicacin sobre el "pun-
to clave" que ha estancado la
terminacin de la agenda, se
sabe que anteriormente las' de-
legaciones de las Naciones U-
nldas y comunistas se encon-
traban en desacuerdo sobre las
demandas chinas para un in-
mediato cese de fuego y que
m garantas de ste fueran
acordadas ms tarde.
La delegacin de las Naciones
Unidas dice que las negocia-
clones se mueven lentamente
> debido a la dificultad de los
tres idiomas usados en ellas
Chino, norcoreano e ingls.
Cada declaracin debe ser tra-
ducida a dos idiomas.
Los rojos pidieron dos re-
cesos en la reunin de hoy,
el primero de dos horas, para
"estudiar en detalle" la agen-
da revisada que present el Al-
mirante Joy esta maana. Ms
tarde los rojos pidieron otro re-
ceso d 30 minutos.
Cuando se abri la sesin, de
la tarde, el General Nam II, jefe
de la delegacin roja, hizo su
declaracin y entonces ambos
bandos hicieron lo que califi-
caron "una exploracin deta-
llada de los puntos en discu-
sin".
Las negociaciones volvern n
reanudarse maana a las 11
de la maana (9 de la noche
de hoy hora local).
La reunin de hoy comenz
con los delegados de las Na-
ciones Unidas y comunistas a-
parentemente divididos en la
cuestin sobre cundo se orde-
nar el cese de fuego. Los rojos
insisten en que el cese de fue-
go sea declarado primero. Las
Naciones Unidas sostienen que
el cese de fuego debe ser de-
clarado despus que las con-
diciones del armisticio sean a-
probadas y se obtengan garan-
(Pasa a la Par. f. Col. 4)
JLa Zrecha de Cpa,a
Hoy celebra Espaa su fiesta nacional. Es lgico que
saludemos al pueblo espaol en este da. Ligada est la
Amrica que habla espaolean J* MadiePatria por nobles
razones de tradicin, de idioma, de virtudes y defectos.
Sin inmiscuirnos en la poltica interna de Espaa
hemos de admitir nuestra simpata por ella, que es innega-
ble, justificada, plena de autenticidad.
De otra parte, casi treinta millones de espaoles nos
miran amablemente desde el otro lado del mar. Y en ellos
vive el afecto' hacia la Amrica, correspondido por el
nuestro.
Que nuestro saludo en esta fecha llegue al Sr. Emba-
jador de Espaa en Panam, S. E. el Conde de Rbago y
espaoles residentes en la Repblica.
Slo encuentran negativas
los sondeos de Harriman en
sus mediaciones en el Irn
El enviado de Truman declar que haba conversa-
do con el Primer Ministro pero slo
en forma "exploratoria"
No puede sufrir
merma la ayuda
a pases libres
NACIONE8 UNIDAS, Nueva
y.urk., Julio 18 (USIS) El to-
mento econmico de los pautes
del mundo Ubre "no es un lujo'
y no puede sufrir merma a o*li-
sa del programa de defensa, di-
ce una declaracin del Gobierno
de los Estados Unidos en -s-
puesta a un memorndum en-
viado por las Naciones Uniaai a
todos sus miembros en relacin
con la expansin econmica
La declaracin, hecha hace
varios das, y publicada aiicra,
indica que los Estados Unidos
continuar su ayuda a los plises
menos desarrollados y ron uta
proyecta la ayuda militar y eco-
nmica de conformidad con el
plan de seguridad reciproca Q'ie
actualmente est a la conoiJe-
racin del Congreso, pero ut
que es posible un "factor ILnl-
tativo" de las proporciones del
desarrollo econmico.
Explica el Gobierno de Era-
dos Unida que el desarrollo e-
conmlco nt> est limitado por
falta de arbitrios sino ms bien
por la escasez de ciertos mate-
riales crticos. La cuestin del
capital no puede examinarse
con utilidad si hacen falta otros
recursos.
"El Gobierno de los Estado?
Unidos se propone, por tanto,
procurar que baya abastos dis-
ponibles para los proyectos de
desarrollo econmico, con au-
jerln a la artas prioridad-s
de la produccin para la defer-
a y para' la actividades esen-
ciales de la econmica civil df
las nartaaet ubres, dice la decla-
racin.
TEHERAN, julio 18. (UP).
El asesor especial del Presiden-
te Truman, W. Averell Harri-
man, se enfrent al decir de
fuentes bien informadas con
el firme estancamiento entre
loe Iranios y britnicos en el
problema petrolero y solo en-
contr negativas de ambas par-
tes,! a pesar de la cordialidad
de las primeras reuniones.
Se tiene entendido que Irn
ha reaccionado favorablemente
ante la negativa de Harriman
de tratar el asunto con los re-
presentantes de la Anglo-Ira-
nlan Oil Co.
El Diputado Java Ganjel pro-
nunci un discurso en el Par-
lamento en que se manifest
complacido con la llegada de
Harriman y expres las espe-
ranzas de que Estados Unidos
secundara a Irn en sus pro-
Herido de cuidado
Gerente del Chase
Bank en Balboa
El seor Thomas Francis Gre-
gory, de 42 aos de edad. Geren-
te del Chase National Bank en
Balboa, fue sometido a una ope-
racin de emergencia en el Hos-
pital Gorgas esta maana, des-
pus de haberse herido acciden-
talmente en el estmago con un
revlver calibre .38.
A su entrada al hospital, la
condicin del seor Gregory fue
clasificada como "critica", y des-
pus de la operacin fue puesto
en la lista de de los enfermos
gravea.
La bala entr en el cuerpo del
seor Gregory por el bajo vien-
tre, siguiendo un curso hacia a-
rriba y alejndose debajo de la
piel a una pulgada debajo de la
axila Izquierda.
Cuando ocurri el accidente,
el aeor Gregory se encontraba
sentado frente a su escritorio a
las 7.45 de la maana, de acuer-
do con informes suministrados
por la Polica. Segn la declara-
cin dada por el herido, l a-
cababa de sacar el arma de la
gaveta izquierda de su escritorio
con el objeto de limpiarla. Dijo
que l crea que el revlver se
encontraba descargado, pero es-
taba cargado con una bala.
El seor Gregory ha sido Ge-
rente de la sucursal de Balboa
del Chase desde hace tres aos
y tiene 25 aos de servicios con
la organizacin, habiendo servi-
do en Nueva York y Puerto Rico.
Eva Pern demand
a "La Prensa" de
Buenos Aires hoy -
BUBMW AIRES, julio 18.
(UP). El vespertino pero-
nista "La poca" informa que
la Fundacin Eva Pern ha en-
tablado una demanda contra
los antiguos propietarios de 'La
Prensa' por los trea millones
de pesos que adelant para
pagar los salarlos de abril y
mayo de los empleados de "La
Prensa". La vista del caso se
ha sealado para el 26 de julio
a las 4 de la tarde.
La Fundacin anunci el 8 de
junio que adelantara 3,017,713
pesos para pagar los salarlos de,
los empleados de "La Prensa":
que no hablan cobrado desde.
el 31 de marzo cuando la Co-
misin del Congreso que in-
vestig el caso del peridico'
vendi laa obligaciones de pro-,
piedad del peridico con ese
propsito.
U aumento del 3% en cuotas
del Seguro para subsidios a
toda la poblacin se sugiere
El proyecto de un aumento provisional de un tres
por ciento (3%) (1V4% para el patrono y \Vt% para el
empleado' en las cuotas del Seguro Social est siendo
actualmente considerado segn Inform esta maana a
"El Panam-Amrica" el Gerente de esa institucin, Li-
cenciado Manuel Solis P.
El Gerente Solis dijo que la medida tendra carc-
ter provisional y los dineros provenientes del aumento
de la cuota (B/ 189,00a mensuales) se destinaran In-
mediatamente a crear subsidios para la poblacin nece-
sitada en la forma de Comedores Infantiles y auxilios
de inquilinato.
Este proyecto fn presentado por el Gerente del
Banco Nacional, don Eduardo de Alba, en una reunin
celebrada el hies pasado en la Presidencia de la Re-
pblica don el objeto de discutir los planes para aliviar
la difcil situacin econmica. A esta reunin, que fu
presidida por el seor Presidente de la Repblica, asis-
tieron los Gerentes de las Instituciones Autnomas del
Estado, el Gerente del Banco Nacional y otras personas
, vinculadas con la banca y con la Industria.
En caso de llevarse a la prctica esta medida, ella
entrara en vigencia por medio de un Decreto-Ley con
base a las Facultades Extraordinarias en Materia Fiscal
otorgadas por el rgano Legislativo al Ejecutivo.
Se nos explic que aunque se consider mucho ms
grave el problema del desempleo que el del costo de la
vid, la solucin de ambos problemas seria a largo pla-
co, pero lo que urge por el momento es auxiliar a gran
parte de la poblacin ea el problema de la alimenta-
cin. Esto no excluye la accin del Estado para tomar
las medidas tendientes a resolver la difcil situacin
econmica.
Presentse un recurso de
Amparo contra el Ministro
de Gobierno, M. A. Ordez
Fue propuesto por el Lie. Angel Vega Mndez por
una orden dada por ste para que la Polica
Nacional respalde al Dr. Alberto Navarro
En la tarde de ayer la Cor-
te Suprema de Justicia acogi
un recurso de Amparo de Tas
Mario E. Guillen
fue trasladado a
Hong Kpng ayer
En la maana de hoy fu des-
tituido del cargo de Cnsul- Ge-
neral en Hong Kong el seor
Enrique E. Linares Jr., y se tras-
lad a esa posicin al Cnsul
General en Shanghai seor tea-
Tambln se nombr al doctor
rio E. Guillen.
Abel Alvear Cnsul Genera! ad
honorem de Panam en Quito,
Ecuador.
Garantas Constitucionales pre-
sentado por el Licenciado An-
gel Vega Mndez contra el Mi
nlstro de Gobierno y Justicia,
doctor Miguel ngel Ordea.
En este recurso, se solicita a
nuestro ms alto Tribunal de
Justicia, la revocatoria de una
orden dada por el Ministro de
Gobierno al Comandante de la
Polica Nacional para que res-
paldara como Alcalde del Dis-
trito Capital al doctor Alberto
Navarro, hasta tanto los tribu-
nales se pronuncien sobre el
conflicto surgido al designar 8
concejales al Lie. ngel Vega
Mndez como Alcalde.
El Magistrado Carlos Vicen-
te Biebarach acogi el recur-
so y solicit al Ministerio de
Gobierno y- Justicia el informe
de rigor. El Ministro Ordez
fue .notificado de este recurso
a las 11 de la maana.
Visit las reas
inundadas ayer
Harry S. Truman
KANSAS CITY, Julio 18 loP)
El Presidente Truman vLic. a
esta ciudad en avion para uit-
peocionar los enormes daos
que estn causando laa lnui.dh-
cones en los Estados de Kan-
sas y Missouri e Illinois, lo que
han sido agravados por lo n-
cendios de petrleo en las.zoi:as
industrales de la ciudad le
Kansas, los que llevan ya cinco
pas.
El Primer Mandatario, acom-
paado por el Movlllzador para
ia Defensa, Charles Wilson, lle-
g al aeropuerto de Grand View
oebido a que el aeropuerto de
te Inundado.
Desde el aire, el Presidente
Truman pudo ver la devastacin
un igual en ios ricos valles ue
Kansas Oriental en Missouri en
psitos .de poner en ejecucin 6onde ma8 de ceil ciuaadeo y
la ley de nacionalizacin. .ldeas han qucdado ba]o ,as a.
En Unto, los soldados con- *uas- En una veintena de ran-
tlnan patrullando las calles de i des centros de poblacin como
Tehern, que est bajo ley mar- Kansas City hay escasez de a-
clal, pero no ha habido nuevos gua potable. Se calcula que uus>-
Kansas City est completis u- ^ inclull&\ un numero de 1:i0.
El nuevo Gabinete Espaol
prepara el camino para l
alianza militar con EE.UU.
Estar encaminado a hacer ms liberal la poltica
del rgimen de Franco
MADRID, Julio 18 (UP) 8*
espera que el Qeneralisi.no
Franco anuncie de un momento
a otro el nuevo Gabinete desig-
nado para preparar el camino
para una alianza militar diiec-i
ta entre Espaa y Estados U-
nidos.
Todo ha quedado paralizado
en Espaa hoy excepto es
conversaciones polticas y di-
plomticas por la celebracin
del 15o. aniversario de la revo-
lucin espaola que condujo ai
poder al Generalsimo Franco.
Los observadores dijeron que
ai nuevo Gabinete de Franco
est encaminado a hacer n*
liberal la poltica del rgimen
de Franco, la cual ha sido .r.uy
citlcada en el extranjero.
Se dice que el nuevo Gaaine-
incidentes despus de los san-
grientos sucesos del domingo.
Por su parte, Harriman de-
clar que habia tenido una
conversacin fsanca con el Pri-
mer Ministro Mossadegh en re-
lacin con el problema petro-
lero, pero que solo habia sido
de carcter "exploratorio". A-
greg que Mossadegh lo haba
recibido
que
trevistarse hoy con los presi-
dentes de ambas Cmaras del
Parlamento y volver a hablar
dentro de dos o tres dias con
Mossadegh.
ta ahora los daos en amos
Estados alcanzan por lo mu.ir-
la cifra de 750 millones de uu-
lares. Por fortuna, el nn.cro
be muertos slo alcanza a 30
t'esde que comenzaron las inun-
daciones.
Entretanto, el Gobierno Fede-
ral toma las medidas para au-J-
Lar a los damnificados. El Se::a-
ni. ,1SrnSLtn ,* < *P*> V Tl a U CiS*
'" Blanca para su promulgacin un
proyecto de ley que destina ia
suma de 25 millones de dUie
para ayudas de emergencia en
Kansas y Missouri.
En centenares de hospitales
Dijo tambin que Mossadegh y puestos de primeros auxnlcs
le inlcra que los motines del
domingo en que murieron 15
personas no tenan relacin con
su estancia en Irn y comen-
e las zonas afectadas, ^hom'oi'-s.
mujeres y nios hacen cola pa-
ra recibir inyecciones contra la
tifoidea. Todos se dedican
nrqulcos y que el Ministro d>
industrias, Jos Antonio Sha-
res, ser reemplazado por /--
quin Planell quien regres re-
cientemente de Estados Unidos
en donde estuvo consigulci.do
crdito para Espaa-
Dos de los oficiales que diri-
gieron la Legin Azul contra
luana General Muoz Grandes
y Fernando Castella es posi-
ble que sean nombrados Mi.iis-
'.ros del Ejrcito y Ministro de
E d u c a c 1 n respectivamente.
Muoz Grandes fu condeccn-
do por Hitler. Castella es autor
ue un libro que pide a Gibral-
tar para Espaa y Gran Breta-
a se neg a aceptarlo como
Embajador de Espaa.
Entre los monrquicos que se
mencionan, estn el Conde de
Valle como Ministro de Obras
Pblicas; Antonio Iturmu:dl
como Ministro de Justicia y
Francisco Gmez Llanos como
Director General de Impuestos
ael Ministerio de Hacienda.
Los Acadmicos de
Medicina retnense
maana a las 8 p.m.
Maana Jueves 19 de julio,
a las 8 p.m. tendr lugar en
el saln de actos del Instituto
Gorgas de esta ciudad la vig-
sima-sptima reunin cientfica
ordinaria (trigsima-tercera re-
unin general) de la Academia
Panamea de Medicina y Ciru-
ga. El programa cientfico se-
r el alguien te:
1Anglografia cerebral Dr
Antonio Gonzlez Revilla.
Renovacin Popular
Autntica nombr a
su nueva directiva
El
J
II presupuesto de Gobierno y
ustkia sube a B/. 6.000.000
r!nk!nvnn J> ill ka f r I __
El Gobierno de Cuba
contina su campaa
contra el comunismo
L HABANA, julio 18. (UP)
Las autoridades cubanas es-
tn estudiando la cancelacin
del pasaporte cubano a Fablo
Grobart, polaco de nacimiento
y nacionalizado cubano como
uno de los primeros pasos del
Gobierno de Cuba en su re-
ciente campaa para barre/
contra el comunismo.
Orobart, quien tambin usa
los nombres de Jos Michelon,
Otto Medley, Aaron Slncowltz,
Abraham Grobart y otros, se
cree que se encuentra actual-
mente en uno de los pases
detrs de la cortina de hierro.
La investigacin de las ac-
tividadeai de Grobart est re-
lacionad con la accin del Go-
bierno de Cuba contra el pe-
ridico comunista "Hoy" y se
dice que Grobart es uno de
los principales dirigentes de la
poltica del peridico.
Grobart lleg por primera vez
a Cuba en 1924 y fue depor-
tado en 1932. Regres ms tar-
de con documentos falsos y en
193S encabez una rebelln co-
munista. Laa autoridades orde-
naron la deportacin de Gro-
bart el 11 de enero de 1936.
Sin embargo, un mes ms tar
de, la orden de deportacin fue
cancelada
Ms tarde, de acuerdo con
la investigacin, Grobart pldlo
su carta de naturalizacin con
documentos falsos.
Hacen numerosos
nombramientos en
la Cancillera
El Ministerio de Relaciones
Exteriores ha hecho los siguien-
tes nombramientos:
Aman*. Guillen de Vlllalas,
Canciller Ad honorem en el
Consulado General de Panama
en San Francisco, California,
E. U. A. ,
Ramn Martnez A. Cnsul
General d Panam en Lon-
Dr. Octavio Mndez Pereira,
Embajador Extraordinario y
Ministro Plenipotenciario en
misin especial a la Repblica
de Cuba, ad-honorem.
Hctor A. Illueca. adjunto de
K Embajada de Panam en Ar-
gentina. _
Henry Newell, Consul de Pa-
nam en Nueva Orleans.
Miguel J. de Hoyos Cnsul
de Panam en Mobile.
Salvador Contreras, Cnsul
de Panam en Aruba.
Valentina Pinllla de Vallarl-
no, Canciller de Segunda Ca-
tegora en la Embajada de Pa-
nam en Mxico.
Rafael Vallarlno. Enviado Ex-
traordinario y Ministro Pleni-
potenciario Ad Honorem en la
Santa Sede.
Jess Mara Sosa, D., Segun-
do Secretarlo ad honorem en
la Embajada de Panam en Ve-
nezuela.
Ana Teresa Sappl, adjunto
adhonorem en la Embajada de
Panam en Venezuela.
Ral Snchez, Vlce-Cnsul ad
honorem en la Embajada de
Panam en Buenos Aires.
Justino Rodrguez, oficial de
Primera Categora en la Sec-
cin de Migracin del Ministe-
rio de Relaciones Exteriores.
Arnulfo Eloy Escobar, Canci-
ller de Secunda Categora en el
Consulado General de Buenos
Aires.
Alberto Liara Garca, Cnsul
Adhonorem en Arequipa, Per.
Se dar vigoroso impulso a
la cedulacin en todos los
sectores de la repblica
El viernes se iniciar en el
seno de la Comisin Legislativa
la discusin del presupuesto del
Ministerio de Gobierno y Jus-
ticia, el cual asciende a la su-
ma de B. 5,993,7-l.sfi.
IJn el mencionado presupues-
to se ha creado el cargo de
Abogado Consultor de la Pre-
sidencia de la Repblica y el
de sub-jefe de Aviacin Civil.
Segn manifest el Ministro
de Gobierno y Justicia Dr. Mi-
guel Angel Ordonez, se han
creado algunos puestos en el
Departamento de C r. d u lacin
del Registro Civil con objeto
de impulsar hasta donde sea
posible la cedulacin a fin de
que ningn ciudadano deje de
ejercer el derecho del sufragio
per falta del mencionado do- blicas.
cumento. Tambin manifest*
que han sido suprimidas las
penas por retraso en la obten-
cin de cdulas de Identidad
personal a fin de dar todas laa
facilidades del caso a lea soli-
citantes.
Con respecto a Correos y Te-
lecomunicaciones y otros de-
partamentos de su Ministerio
insisti en que se tendra muy
en cuenta la eficiencia del per-
sonal, para las remociones y
ascensos, ya que era un con-
vencido de que la marcha da
la Administracin pblica de-
penda en gran parte de la efi-
ciencia de los funcionarios qna
despachan en cada una de las
dependencias de las oficinas p-
'Minuciosamente informadas9
han sido mantenidas Francia
y Gran Bretaa sobre Espaa
El Departamento de Estado critic a esos dos pases
por' sus esfuerzos en bloquear el proyecto
contra el comunismo
WASHINGTON. Julio 18 (UP)
El portavoz del Departamen-
to de Estado. Michael McDer-
mot, manifest que los Estados
Unidos ha mantenido a Gran
Bretaa y Francia "minuciosa-
mente informadas sobre nues-
tra actitud respecto a Espaa".
McDermott, aulen hizo tal de-
claracin en rueda de periodis-
tas, aadi que por sj parte
Gran Bretaa y Francia ha
mantenido a los Estados Unidos
informado .sobre sus ldeas. En
cambio, declin ampliar lo que
calific de "rumores" el que los
Gobiernos de Gran Bretaa v
Francia haban protestado con-
tra una posible alianza militar
entre los Estados Unidos y Es-
paa.
El portavoz slo declar haber
leido las noticias periodsticas
de que el Jefe de las fuerzas
navales de los Estados Unidos.
Almirante Forrest Sherman, ha-
bia conferenciado con el Gene-
ral Francisco Franco. Aadi
que el Departamento de Estado
no ha recibido informacin ofi-
cial alguna de Madrid desde la
llegada de 8herman a esa ca-
pital.
Por otra parte, el miembro
demcrata de la Cmara de Re-
presentantes. Robert Sixes, en
un discurso ante ese cuerpo le-
gislativo, critic a Gran Breta-
a y Francia por "los esfuerzos
que hacen para bloquear el pro-
yecto norteamericano de utili-
dad militar en la lucha contra
el comunismo".
Nombramienlos en
Hacienda y Tesoro
Los siguientes nombramien-
tos fueron nachos en l'Mhus-
terlo de Hacienda y Tesoro:
Espamlnonda Correa Jr. Em-
rito Gallardo, Braulio Gaubeca,
Rafael Mals, Ciro L. Urrlola,
Guillermo Samudio, Luis La-
palle, Waldo Goty, Gerardo Li-
no Urunaga, Vicente Fornea,
Inspectores de Vigilancia Fis-
cal.
Maria del C. Wintergreen,
oficial de Primera Categora,
Cruz Maria Agullar, Secretario
Asistente del Acueducto; Pablo
Esplnoza, Recaudador en Con-
cepcin; Aurelio Gonzlez, Ofi-
cial de Tierras en Chiriqui; Jo-
s Mara Sierra, Sub-Director
de la Direccin del Impuesto
sobre la Renta; Germlnlano
Tejada, Contador Jefe del Con-
trol de Contribuyentes.
Flor de Lis HU, Ayudante
Contador de la Direccin del
Impuesto sobre la Renta; Ro-
mn B. Reyes, Auditor en .'a
Direccin del Impuesto sobre la
Renta.
Numerosos panameos podrn
estudiar de acuerdo con las
estipulaciones del Punto 4
El directorio de Renovacin
Popular Autntica escogi ano-
che al seor Eduardo Charles
como su presidente y al seor
Ricaurte M. Navarro, como vi-
cepresidente. Los seores Char-
les y Navarro son egresados del
Instituto Nacional y personas
ampliamente conocidas en los
crculos del obrerismo nacional,
distinguindose el primero de
ellos por sus luchas por la vin-
culacin a la vida panamea
del elemento "criollo". Charles
es secretarlo de la Liga Cvica
y Navarro es un electricista
consagrado.
El directorio del R.P.A. re-
nov su voto de confianza al
2Incidencias de tuberculosis Comit Poltico del Partido, ln-
renal en el hospital Santo To-
ms entre 1925 y 1950 Dr.
Daniel Chanls Jr.
A esta reunin, como a todas
tegrado por los seores Helio-
doro Patino, Arquimedes Fer-
nndez. Polidoro Chanls C.,
Percival Toppln Jr. y Feliciano
las de la Academia Panamea Rodrguez.
de Medicina y Ciruga, estn Mantienen sus cargos de 8e-
Invitados todos los mdicos y. ctetarlo General y Tesoro, He-
t: Estoy acostumbrado a eso limpiar las calles y recoruUulr profesionales afines de la Re-'Hodoro Patino y Polidoro Cha-
dondequlera qua voy". Imx vas frrea* | pblica, nls, respectivamente. '
Atacan con msica
al Alcalde de la
Ciudad de Mxico
CIUDAD DE MEXICO. Julio
18 rPt Los 44 miembros de
la Orquesta Rural de la Ciuuad
de Mxico se declararon en gje
rra contra el Alcalde Fernando
Casas Alemn, y ganaron u..a
batalla de tambores, clarinetes,
cornetas y tubas, en una ofen-
sivas contra los odos.
Cansados de esperar el paco
de sus sueldos, que sumaban a
unos 1,200 dlares, la orqueste
se prepar para el ataque en la
Oficina de Alemn, con tod-s
sus armas musicales listas pira
entrar en combate.
Los msicos se dividieron en
varios grupos, tomaron sus po-
siciones estratgicas y cargaren
simultneamente con mar-
chas, valses, polkas y hasta .n-
sica de 'swing".
El oroginal ataque penetro a ios
odos de todas las personal que
se encontraban en el Palacio
Municipal- Los empleados deja-
(rasa a la Pg. C. Col >
El Gobierno de los Estados U-
nidos ha comunicado al de Pa-
nam que de acuerdo con lo es-
tablecido en el Punto Cuatro,
existen tres tipos de becas para
entrenamiento en los rdenes
en que se han firmado, conve-
nios, es decir, Salud Pblica,
Educacin, Agricultura, etc.
El primer grupo de becas, lla-
mado de tipo A es aquel en que
el Gobierno norteamericano pa-
ga todos los gastos del becario;
en el grupo B el Gobierno de
Panam paga los gastos de man-
tenimiento y en el tercer caso,
La comunicacin pide a nues-
tro gobierno que exponga la fa-
cilidad que tendra para enviar
becarios dentro de los grupos B
v C. y los que desea para In-
cluirlos en el grupo A, aunque
este ltimo estar sujeto a laa
partidas existentes para esta la-
Por desavenencias
con su hijo trat
de envenenarse
A las 11.50 de la noche de a-
yer, fue llevada en estado de
seml-lconsclencia al Hospital
Santo' Toms, la seora Flor
Mara Delgado, panamea de
25 aos de edad, quien reside en
la calle Pedro Obarrlo. en estado
de envenanamiento. segn dic-
tamin el Mdico de Turno, doc-
tor Menndez.
No ae ha sabido con qu se
envenen la seora Delgado v i
se presume que su determina-1
clon fue motivada a consecuen- ,
ca del disgusto que tuvo con un
hijo a causa de asuntos fami-
liares.
Circulacin pa^Ha ayer
22,300
Para probar su f
se dej picar por
una vbora: muri
ALABAMA, Julio 18 (UP)
Los Miembros del "culto de la
serpiente" relataron cmo la
campesina Ruth Cralg. de 5*
aos de edad, muri tras de-
jarse picar por una vbora cas-
cabel para probar su f.
Los miembros del culto se ha-
ban congregado el domingo
pasado en el domicilio de la se-
ora Cralg para presenciar el
rito. La seora Cralg mostr
un frasco de vidrio en el que
habia una vbora cascabel da
gran tamao, y dijo a los pre-
sentes: "Voy .' tomar con ma
manos la vbora, y quien no
crea es mejor que se retire".
La seora Cralg rompi el
frasco y asi a la vbora que la
pic cuatro veces en el dorso,
dejndole marcados los colmi-
llos en el hombro. Los testigo
le quitaron la vbora y la sol-
taron \adleron que la Cralg
se neg a que llamarn al m-
dico porque ello indicarla que
au t se estaba debilitando.


VAGINA DOB
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES, JULIO II. 1M1
PanamaAmmca
HAMMODIO ARIAS. Dimciol"
I0ITADO POR L
DITOHA PANAMA AMIRICA. A.
rurrcNo a 0740 iCbNtrm privada) apartado postal no. 1S4
(N tUt TALLER SITUADO (N UTA CIUDAD. CALLI H. NO 87
POR EL PRESTIGIO DEL MUNICIPIO
CAPITALINO
Es evidente que en la actualidad se palpa una
situacin anmala en el Consejo Municipal de Pa-
nam, la cual ha trado como consecuencia Reso-
luciones contradictorias en lo que se refiere a la
persona que debe ejercer las funciones de Alcal-
de del Distrito.
Como es sabido, actualmente hay dos caba-
lleros que se consideran Alcaldes debido a esa ano-
mala mencionada. Lo ocurrido est revelando al-
go asi como una corruptela en el seno del Cuerpo
Edilicio que, lgicamente menoscaba el prestigio
del Municipio capitalino.
Es muy lamentable que las diferencias entre los
miembros del Concejo hayan dado lugar a este es-
pectculo que denuncia lo que algunos acaso con-
sideraran como ausencia de seriedad en el desem-
peo de sus funciones. Los habitantes de la ciu-
dad necesariamente tienen que sentirse incmodos,
por decir lo menos, frente a una situacin tan irre-
gular como la que confronta hoy la capital de la
Repblica.
Es muy natural el descontento colectivo por-
que la comunidad espera que los Concejales orien-
ten, dentro de las normas legales, el funcionamien-
to de la institucin municipal. Sin embargo, los he-
chos estn demostrando ltimamente que en el Con-
cejo algo tiene que estar pasando cuando se da lu-
gar a acontecimientos sin la debida ponderacin y
absolutamente salidos de lo normal.
Es muy lamentable que estas cosas ocurran no
lo por el buen nombre del Concejo capitalino si-
no porque estos precedentes son funestos tanto pa-
ra la ciudad de Panam como para el resto de los dis-
tritos de la Repblica.
Este comentario no tiene por objeto entrar a
analizar los hechos en detalle. Solamente persigue
tratar el asunto en forma global y por eso nos li-
mitamos a aseriarnos al descontento comunal en
lo que a las mencionadas anomalas se refiere.
Sera de desearse que los Concejales se com-
penetraran de sus responsabilidades e hicieran to-
do lo posible por corregir errores, imprimindole
a todos sus actos la mayor seriedad de que sean
capaces para que la comunidad vuelva a tener con-
fianza en el buen funcionamiento del Municipio
capitalino.
Situaciones como la que comentamos, as co-
mo determinadas actitudes que algunos funciona-
rios municipales tratan en ocasiones de adoptar,
contradicen abiertamente las aspiraciones que el
pas tiene para que haya un mnimo de tranquili-
dad a fin de estimular la iniciativa particular
y la inversin de capital nacional y extranjero, con
lo cual, a no dudarlo, se contribuira a resolver la
crisis econmica que se confronta.
C*l L^arruef
de WASHINGTON
Po, DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: Un comunista estuvo trabajando con-
migo; El joven periodista fu convertido por la autora
de "Mi hermana Eileen".
WASHINGTON. Es bai-
lante difcil escribir sobre
una persona que est muerta
y por lo tanto no puede de-
fenderle. Sin embarco, me
Justara escribir sobre Andrew
Ider, quien fue nombrado
por un miembro del FBI como
un miembro del partido co-
munista.
Older e 11 u t o trabajando
conmigo durante un corto pe-
rodo despus de la guerra y
me fue muy doloroso tener
que despedirlo. Durante el
curso de la despedida pude
darme cuenta un poco sobre
qu es lo que hace a un co-
munista.
Si vamos a curar el comu-
nismo en el cuerpo poltico
norteamericano, entonces es
i importante que conzcanlos
qu es lo que hace a un
nombre comunista y cmo
puede ser curado. He aqu un
, caso.
Older trabaj para un gru-
po de revistas de comercio
conserTadoras, una revista de
pinturas, un diario de pana-
deros, una revista sobre aves,
as como varios diarios sobre
cine. Durante los ltimos das
de la guerra, cuando era di-
fcil conseguir empleados, Ol-
der trabaj tiempo extra con-
mifo.
ESPAS CANADIENSES
Older era un buen muchacho,
trabajaba duro y yo nunca me
imagin que tenia conexin al-
guna con los comunistas. En
ese entonces 1949 muchos
norteamericanos estaban con-
vencidos de que debamos co-
operar con Rusia, y recib mu-
chas cartas llamndome embus-
tero y traficante de la guerra.
Older era uno de los que des-
preciaban esta columna.
Ms tarde, un amito me in-
form qne haba visto a Older
con un miembro de la agen-
cia de noticias "Tass" y el
director del Servicio de In-
formacin Sovitico, publica-
do por la Embajada Sovitica.
Como resultado de sto, fui a
ver a J. Adgar Hoover, le co-
muniqu el informe y pregun-
t si tenia alguna informa-
cin con respecto a Older y
su posible afiliacin con el
comunismo.
Hoover me inform una se-
mana msa tarde que Older
estaba fichado como miem-
bro del partido comunista en
Washington.
Al da siguiente hice lla-
mar a Older, creyendo que
de acuerdo con la prctica del
partido comunista ste ne-
garla su afiliacin. Pero no
lo hizo. Por el contrario, dijo
la verdad.
ESCRITORA ARRIESGADA
En cierta forma, esto hizo
las cosas ms difciles. 81 hu-
biera mentido, me hubiera si-
do fcil despedirlo. Pero cuan-
do un hombre dice la verdad.
es justo que se escuche su his-
toria.
Asi pues, tuvimos una larga
conversacin, durante la cual
Older dijo que se haba unido
al partido a principios de 1940,
i en gran parte debido a la ln-
i fluencia de Ruth McKenny, au-
; tora de "MI Hermana Eileen", y
directora de "Masas Populares'
desde 1937 a 1946, cuando esta
revista rompi con el comu-
nismo. El Consejo de Seguridad
Interna dice que la seorita
McKenny rompi con el par-
tido al mismo tiempo.
El padre de Older naci en
la Polonia de Rusia y Andrew
; estaba sumamente interesa-
do por una paz entre Esta-
' dos Unidos y Rusia. Dijo, sin
embargo, que haban ciertas
: consignas que tuvo que tra-
! garse, muy a su pesar. Una
, de stas era la consigna del
partido contra el rearme
i cuando Stalin y Hitler fueron
j aliados en 1939, y ms tarde,
Cuando Stalin y Hitler rom-
I pieron, esta consigna fue re-
j vertida, pidindose la movi-
lizacin.
Dijo que habla tratado de
salirse del partido, no habla
asistido a las reuniones de s-
te desde 1944 y estaba cansa-
do de las tcticas comunistas.
Sin embargo, dijo que era muy
difcil salirse del partido una
vez adentro, ya que los cama-
radas lo chantajean a uno a-
menazndolo con hacer pblica
su filiacin.
Older dijo que gradualmente
haba comprendido mi punto
de vista de que Rusia era el
mayor peligro para la paz y
que sus tcticas bajo el Krem-
lin son las mismas que la de
los Zares imperialistas.
LIPPMAN TUVO OTRO
COMUNISTA
Al principio cre que nos-
otros podamos sacar a Ol-
der de las garras comunis-
tas y le habl a Hoover al
respecto. Me pareci que ti
conseguamos que Older si-
guiera una linea militante
contra el partido comunista
seria muy til a Estados Uni-
dos.
Sin embargo, tambin supe
que los comunistas haban lo-
grado (olmar un secretario
en la oficina de Walter Lipp-
man y que era una prctica
corriente entre los comunis-
tas de colocar hombres en
puestos claves desde don'de
podran Influenciar la opinin
pblica. As que pensando que
no valia la pena hacerme la
vida difcil sentndome en-
cima de un barril de plvo-
ra, le dije a Older que se
fuera.
Ya que Older no est aqu
para defenderse, me gusta-
ra decir que Andrew Older
era uno de esos jvenes que,
debido a la influencia de per-
sonas persuasivas, tuve an
-"''erro, pero que se
dl cuenta de la realidad an-
ue morir.
situacin con decisin y ener-
ga, y a mi modo de ver slo
mediante el establecimiento de
colonias agrcolas y pecuarias,
bien controladas y la Inicia-
cin de pequeas Industrias po-
drn crearse fuentes permanen-
tes de trabajo y podr el pa
, salvarse del caos econmico qut
le amenaza. Conjuntamente con
: la. organizacin de las colonia;
< mencionadas y las pequeas In-
dustrias deben modificarse lo:.
aranceles a fin de que los pro-
ductos nacionales puedan a-
brirse paso fcilmente. Las fun-
ciones del Banco Agropecuario
deben tambin coordinarse con
el nuevo plan de produccin y
no ser un estorbo al desarrollo
econmico del pas.
Del seor Director atento ser-
vidor,
A. de Boutaud.
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
En esta seccin daremos cabida a todas aquellas carias
que se osa dirijan, Mbre tpico de inters general
que no sean demasiado extensa
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
'&
Preferido
por todos
{Por qu lo primero que nombran
los conocedores de Scotch Whisky es
" Black & White ? Porque saben que cada
una de sus gotas ha sido destilada en Escoda.
Su solera y su calidad son inconfundibles.
Destilado y Embotellado en Eacapia
BLACK&WHITE
SCOTCH WHISKY
r ^grg'qHnrrisrnl
M M.M. <| G..-I. VI
botch WMiky Dtitittari
J""-i SudluMi S C. La
"H" IUCHAMAN S CO. LTD.. GLASGOW. SCOTLAND
AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL, S.A, Distribuidores
Ave. Central No. 14 Panam Tal. 2-2766
Panam, julio 18 de 1951.
Sr. Director de
"El Panam Amrica"
Presente.
Sr. Director:
Su Editorial de ayer martes
17, es muy interesante y opor-
tuno; invita a la meditacin,
no solo de los Gobernantes si-
no tambin de los ciudadanos
todos, pues el problema plan-
teado incumbe a todos los re-
sidentes del Istmo porque a to-
dos nos afecta con mayor o
menor Intensidad.
Estoy de acuerdo con usted
en que en el presupuesto ac-
tual hay autorizaciones para
gastos Innecesarios, etc." pero
na creo que dejando de hacer
un gasto para incurrir un otro
gasto aunque este sea en obras
pblicas, se resuelve el agudo
problema del desempleo; y por-
que terminada la obra o ago-
tado el fondo monetario vuel-
ve el mismo problema y pro-
bablemente para entonces es-
temos peor preparados econ-
micamente que ahora para a-
frontarlo debidamente. Creo que
el Gobierno y los Municipios
deben si eliminar de sus pre-
supuestos todos los gastos m-
perfluos y destinar esos fondos
para inversiones que den tra-
bajo y produzcan en el futu-
ro el dinero necesario para
mantener una honesta y pro-
vechosa ocupacin a nuestros
conciudadanos. Esta es la opor-
tunidad que tienen el Gobier-
no y los Municipios para esta-
blecer de manera organizada,
supervlgllada y controlada, co-
lonias agrcolas, pecuarias y
hasta pequeas industrias.
Con la nueva organizacin
dada a la Zona por la cual se
la obliga a operar como com-
paa comercial, estrictamente
bajo un presupuesto propio de-
bidamente balanceado, debemos
darle un adis a esa fuente sur-
tidora de empleos que era la
Zona del Canal para Panam.
Tampoco debemos contar ms
con la entrada que provenia del
turismo maritlmo. pues con el
desarrollo de la aviacin des-
pus de la ltima guerra, el
turismo organizado ha cedido su
puesto al turismo individual;
ia persona va donde la Inte-
resa directamente sin necesidad
de tocar en nuestro suelo o
pemanecer en l ms tiempo
del necesario para cambiar de
avin. Tampoco debemos espe-
rar que capitales extranjeros
vengan ahora, ahora mismo, a
invertirse en nuestro pas, no
tolo porque no hay materias
primas sino porque no hay es-
tabilidad gubernamental y en
el ambiente flota cierta revo-
lucin Ideolgica que nadie pue-
de predecir como puede ter-
minar. Es pues al Estado pana-
meo a quien toca afrontar la'
LA MUJER PANAMEA
Panam, julio S de 1951.
Sr. Director de
"El Panama Amrica"
Presente.
Seor
Por no ocupar ningn puesto
en la administracin, por no
pertenecer a ningn bando po-
ltico y adems porque detesto
la adulacin y el subir y ba-
jar las escaleras oficiales, me
parece que tengo libertad fie
expresar mi opinin con ver-
dadera sinceridad. Y es porque
en estos ltimos tiempos se
ha hablado de la mujer, de
nuestras mujeres a pesar de
que yo no pertenezco a nadie,
mucho menos a ningn orador.
Solo la Santsima Virgen me-
rece ese calificativo de Nues-
tra Seora. Yo dir y aceptar
solamente 'La Mujer Panamea".
Soy mujer y defender al
sexo femenino en todos sus
ideales y quiero que nos res-
peten hasta en nuestros desma-
nes si es posible. Por tener con-
viccin netamente democrticas
soy partidaria del respeto in-
dividual y de todas las -bar-
baridades que pueden caber en
la mente de la persona, desde
luego sin llegar a escalar los
negros peldaos del vicio y de
la infamia. SI alguna persona
de mi sexo, ha consentido de-
jarse llamar Herona por gritar
a voz en cuello aquella cono-
cida expresin "Resulvase Co-
mandante", yo creo que dig-
nas de admiracin son tambin
y heronas de sobra aquellas
mujeres que se batieron en lu-
cha desigual desde la Presi-
dencia de la Repblica, dejan-
do sus modestos hogares y el
calor familiar para Ir en pos de
lo que ellas consideraban Justo
y patritico.
Esas mujeres, cuyas estam-
pas salieron grabadas en los
diarios y que se entregan arres-
tadas a sus contrarios, hombres
bien armados y hechos para el
combate, sin lanzar una pala-
bra de temor, ni un lamento,
ni una humillacin, esas mu-
jeres nobles y leales a la causa
que las guiaba, han pasado a
la historia y las futuras gene-
raciones las mirarn con orgu-
llo y nunca morirn.
Cunta emocin sentina el
hijo al ver a su madre entre-
garse con altivez y sin miedo
deswia de haber luchado jT pa-
decido de manera indecible. No-
bles cuerpos de mujeres a quie-
nes las balas arteras respeta-
ron. Estas mujeres fueron pro-
tegidas por los dioses y han
pasado a la historia con una
batalla perdida con honor de
donde salieron Inmaculadas.
No escondis mujeres vues-
tros nombres. Al contrario, en-
seadle a vuestros hijos, porque
1q que sirve de burla para los
mediocres es grandeza para los
sabios. Yo quisiera que alguna
de las otras heronas a salvo
en medio de una multitud hu-
biera sufrido las horas de an-
gustia que vosotras pasasteis.
No hay palabras para calificar
la honda emocin sentida al
veros salir Ilesas- y con las ma-
nos levantadas semejando figu-
ras angelicales abandonando un
Infierno. ,
Las revoluciones son asi: los
que triunfan son hroes y los
que pierden bandidos. Estad all
orgullosas con la calificacin
que os quieran dar. Vosotras
hermanas habis luchado por
un ideal vuestro del que tal vez
no comparta yo, pero como mu-
jer sensible no puedo escapar
a las grandes emociones ni de-
Jar de admirar las grandes ac-
titudes de aquellos seres pre-
destinados capaces de alcanzar
las estrellas con la mano, te-
niendo un pie en el abismo.
Compaeras de una locura
Reparamos Mquinas de Oficina
de toda clase
v
OYD IROTHEtS. INC.
Ave. Tfvoli No. 16 Tal. 2-2010
Club de 50 Semanas
el ms ventajoso
Club que le ofrece
CUBIERTOS
CRISTALERA
ESTUFAS de KEROSENE
OLLAS DE ALUMINIO
Dimiti De Gasperi
como Premier del
Gobierno Italiano
ROMA, Julio 18. (UP). El
'rentier Alcide de Gasperi, ac-
tivo estadista anti-comunlsta
Sue llev a Italia al Pacto del
tlntlco, renunci anohe el
cargo de Primer Ministro.
De Gasperi entreg su re-
nuncia y la de los miembros
de su Gabinete al Presidente
Lulgl en la residencia veranie-
ga de ste en Cap arla. El
dirigente demcrata cristiano
fue nombrado Primer Ministro
el 15 de diciembre de 1945 y
desde entonces ha ocupado ese
cargo sin interrupcin aunque
durante ese periodo de tiempo
hubo seis gabinetes dlstLn.tos.
grande, de acciones Inimitables
que hacen estremecer al mundo
y tjue cada vez que lo recorda-
mos nos sentimos erizado todo
el cuerpo. Cobardes, Inicuos, los
que no os aprecian que el des-
precio de la mujer, que gusta
de las ms sublimes emociones
y que exagera en su fantasa al
3ue se distingue por sus actitu-
t valientes y por su sangre
hlrvlente en rebeldas.
Una servidora neutral.
Carmen R. Franco Bonilla,
Cd. No. 83-88.
El Proyecto de Reforma
-------------f
CONSTITUCIN Y GOBERNANTES
SIN SUFRAGIO POPULAR
(Editorial tomado del diario "La Maana," de
Montevideo, Julio 11 de 1951)
Segn las ltimas noticias, parece que sigue viento en asa
el plan batlli-herrerista destinado a imponerle una nueva expe-
riencia de gobierno colegiado al pas.
Es preciso por lo tanto encarar con trminos realistas esa
propsito y llevar a la conciencia pblica el pleno conocimiento
y comprensin acerca de lo que dicha "reforma" significa.
El acuerdo batlli-herrerista, cuyas clusulas han sido divul-
gadas, establece que la "reforma" se har efectiva mediante ana
ley constitucional y que el Presidente y Vicepresidente de la Re-
publica presentarn inmediata renuncia de sus cargos, paita en-
tregar el poder al nuevo ejecutivo colegiado.
Esa combinacin tendr los siguientes efectos:..
Primero: la Constitucin de la Repblica, esto es, IS estruc-
tura jurdica fundamental de nuestro rgimen, ser modificada
sin intervencin directa .del pueblo.
Segundo: el pas pasar a ser gobernado por personas desig-
nadas sin intervencin del pueblo, escogidos simplemente por
decisin de los dirigentes de los dos partidos que conciertan el
acuerdo.

P/uxucfod*
K0 iJatiM
Tercero: el rgimen colegiado que se impondra al pas, asi
como el pacto poltico en que se funda, implican la violacin
ms flagrante de la voluntad manifestada por los electores en
los comicios de 1958. En efecto, el actual gobierno fu elegido
por el Partido Colorado, que vot unido por, un acuerdo cuya vi-
gencia comprendi todo el lapso de mandato de las autoridades
a elegir, Dicho en otras palabras, fu un acuerdo por un perio-
do de cuatro aos. Adems, las partes se comprometieron a go-
bernar en nombre del Partido Colorado y a aplicar ntegramente
su programa. El batllismo, en consecuencia, desconoce la vo-
luntad de los votantes colorados, al determinar el cese del ac-
tual gobierno, al modificar la estructura del rgimen constitu-
cional y al dividir su mandato con otro partido poltico.
En cuanto ai herrerlsmo, basta enunciar su vuelta en redon-
do con respecto al colegiado, para advertir hasta qu punto es*
pacto contradice el espritu con que sufragaron sus electores. De
anticolegialista absoluto v de antibatlhsta intransigente, el he-
rrerlsmo se ha mudado, de la noche a la maana, en eeautor de
una reforma colegiada y en asociado del batllismo para llevarla
a cabo y para repartirte las posiciones de gobierno.
El Uruguay ha tenido ya varias reformas constitucionales,
pero ninguna se ha cumplido en trminos tan antidemocrticos
y al margen de la soberana nacional, como la que se gesta en
estos momentos.
Se elude por completo la intervencin popular en -la gesta
del asunto, Via indispensable para consagrar upa Carta que ten-
ga autntico respaldo en la opinin del pueblo cuya evolucin
civica se destina a regir.
En ves de las discusiones abiertas de una asamblea consti-
tuyente electa con ese expreso fin, y en cuya eleccin la ciuda-
dana hubiera podido manifestar anticipadamente sus tenden-
cias, tenemos los concilibulos a puertas cerradas, entre doa par-
tidos que slo se preocupan de concertar sus antagonismos para
el mejor ajuste de sus conveniencias.
Una ves estructurada la Carta, con la aprobacin definitiva
de los jefes batllistas y herreristas, se le dar sancin legal por ]
medio de las bancadas legislativas de ambos partidos.
La opinin pblica conocer en ese momento la versin ofi-
cial del texto que, desde entonces, pasar a ser la Constitucin
de la Repblica Oriental del Uruguay, ya que la ratificacin p-
blica se vincular al inters poltico de los partidos pactantes.
al mismo tiempo, se enterarn los orientales de quines son
los hombres escogidos para ejercer el gobierno del pas.
Pero todava nos resistimos a creerlo. No es concebible que
frente a una ciudadana que siempre se ha mostrado celosa da
sus derechos, pueda consumarse una maniobra de tal naturaleza.
fabril
Una llanta nueva,
merece un tubo
nuevo DUNLQJ.
Distribuidores:
AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL, S. A.
Avenida Central No. 14 Tal. 2-2766


MIRCOLES, JULIO li. 1K*
PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TRES
La fotografa recoce el momento en que los representantes de la Caja del Seguro Social ad-
judicaban las siete becas otorgadas para realizar estudios en el Colelo La Salle de El Can-
grejo. Aparecen en la foto el-Sub-Gerente Carlos Calzadilla, el Secretario don Guillermo Anu-
ya, el Licenciado Alemn del Departamento Tcnico y don Rogelio Sinn del Departamento
de Divulgacin y Propaganda de la Caja. Los jvenes a quienes se les adjudic las becas son:
Fernando Cardte F., Johnny Hamner A., Alberto Chepote, Alberto de Len. Guillermo O. Pe-
res P., Enrique J. Guardia G. y Artemio Stanziola, quien sali vencedor en el sorteo en el qua
particip Angel F. Achurra, quien obtuvo la misma puntuacin._________________
El Partido Comunista toma
medidas enrgicas para su
seguridad y su disciplina
LONDRES, Julio 18 (UP) El
Partido Comunista Sovitico es-
t tomando nuevas medidas e-
ntgicas para consolidar su se-
guridad y fortalecer el control
centralizada de Mosc de la> a-
suntos del partido, segn pu-
blicacin sovitica oficial.
Kl 'Bolchevique", rgano del
I Comit Central del Partido Co-
munista Sovitico dice en su l-
timo nmero llegado a Lont'.res
cue las nuevas normas van en-
caminadas a "Impedir la pene-
Itrhcin en el partido de elemen-
1 tos enemigos y extraos" y a
aumentar la disciplina del par-
tido.
Segn edictos del partido, los
comunistas "deben en todo los
casos" pedir a las organizacio-
nes de su partido ijermlso para
aceotar el traslado de un luiar
a otro. Los Ministerios no varia-
rn la situacin de sus emplea-
dos sin el permiso oficial de las
autoridades del partido.
Los secretarios del partido de-
bern enviar a Mosc informes
mensuales en vez de trimestra-
les sobre- las actividades y mo-
vimiento de sus miembros y
1 del estado de las organizaciones
| locales del partido.
La intensificacin adicional
del control de Mosc sobre el
partido se hizo necesaria por la
depuracin en masa de miem-
bros durante dos aos, a juicio
de los especialistas en asuntos
de Rusia- Aunque la informa-
cin sobre la depuracin es frag
'mentarla se sabe que ms de
15,000 dirigentes del partido y
un nmero desconocido de co-
munistas de filas han sido ex-
pulsados.
La depuracin tiene por' ob-
jeto eliminar en el partido la
influencia de los contactos de
Rusia en tiempos de guerra 'con
la cultura burguesa occidental',
pero su resultado principal ha
sido la. liquidacin de los co-
munistas ms antiguos.
Se constituye en
Coln centro para
honrar a Bolvar
El Centro Bolivarlano de Co-
ln, institucin integrada por
entusiastas elementos de esa
ciudad que se proponen exaltar
y mantener viva, en la concien-
cia de la comunidad, una -e-
vocin inquebrantable a la -me-
moria del Libertador Simn Bo-
livar, acaba de elegir los digna-
tarios de la sociedad para el pe-
riodo de un ao. Dicha directiva
ce instalar solemnemente el do-
mingo 22 de los corrientes, cm
a asistencia del seor Presiden-
te de la Sociedad Bolivarlano de
Panam, don Jos E. Lefevrc
La directiva qued integradn
en la siguiente forma:
Presidente: Dr. Alfonso Correa
Garca; Primer Vicepresidente:
Profesor Victor M- Dosman; Se
gundo Vicepresidente; don Joce
F. Navas; Secretario de Acias:
Don Manuel J. Castillo; Secre-
tario de Correspondencia: J. P.
Villani Alandete; Tesorero: Dun
Carlos A Vlez; Vocales: Seo-
res Humberto Lelgnadier C.
Corl Luis Hernndez R Licen-
ciado Ral Herrera G. y doa
M. de Vergara.
Australia es una importante
fortaleza en el mundo libre
afirma Presidente de la "PU"
SAN FRANCISCO, Julio 18
(UPi Hugh Bailie, Presiden-
te de la Prensa Unida, dijo al
llegar a San Francisco, de re-
greso de Australia, que se pas
es una importante fortaleza en
el mundo libre tanto en el sen-
tido militar como en el de la
prensa libre.
"Australia es un gran pais li-
bre, y un aliado fervoroso de
Estados Unidos en la preserva-
cin de la paz y seguridad del
Pacifico. Los australianos son
muy amigos de Estados Unidos
y recuerdan muy bien y grata-
mente la cooperacin entre
nuestros dos pases durante la
guerra contra el Japn".
"filos se muestran ms cr.u-
telosos y escpticos que noso'.ros
en cuanto a la democratizacin
ciel Japn, pero capt la impre-
sin en conversaciones con es-
tadistas y editores de perlodi-
INDUSTRIAS
TAGAROPULOS, S.A.
Ave. Feo. Boyd No. 4041
Coln. R. P.
Telfonos:
1002-1003
LECH FRESCA
MANTEQUILLA FRESCA
RICO HELADO
Todo Inspeccionado
por el
Departamento de
Sanidad.
REPARTO A DOMICILIO
UCunta AVENIDA
estn desempacando
BLUSAS SIN MANGAS
En Piqu blanco con Estampar'^
en Flores.
Tallas: 32-38.
Especial 4.50
CINTURONES BLANCOS
En Filigrana Plstica.
Angostos y Anchos.
Especial 1.50 a 2 95
SLACKS con CINTURON
Tallas: 24 30
Gris, Negro, Azul.
Especial 5.75
FALDAS CRESPN
Azules y Negras
Tahas: 24 a 30
Especial 6.75
VESTIDOS JANTZEN
Tallas 32 a 44.
Colores. Negro. Rojo, Azul,
Tangerine y Citron.
"special 1095 18.95
PLUS CLEANSER
Helena Rubinstein
Jabn en crema para
suavizer el cutis
1 10
COMPRE AHORA
CHAMBONNET y QUINTA AVENIDA
ABIERTO Dtr g a 12:30 v 11 t i I.
CENTRAL de AUTOS, S. A.
Representantes exclusivos
de
PACKARD y STUDEBAKER
Surtido completo de partes de automviles:
BATERAS, carburadores,
LLANTAS, TUBOS.
Visite hoy mismo nuestro Departamento
?jie Partes de Automviles, situado en la
Avenida Jos Francisco de la Ossa No. 36
eos, de^jue Estados Unidos pue-
de contar con la colaboracin
plena de Australia en las medi-
das que se tomen para fortale-
cer las defensas del Pacifico".
"Si nos vemos envueltos en o-
ra guerra mundial y perdemos
a Japn, veremos que Australia
es una importante base tar.to
de operaciones militares como
de actividades periodsticas pa-
ra informar sobre la guerra en
el Pacifico.
"En momentos en que el pr'n-
cipk) de libertad de prensa y del
acceso a las fuentes de noticias
se enfrenta a crecientes dificul-
tades en tantas tierras, es un
placer visitar un pais como Aus-
tralia en donde al igual que en
Estados Unidos, se brinda a to-
do el mundo igual oportunioad
de obtener y transmitir no-
ticias".
UN ALMACN REGALA
VESTIDOS POR BESOS
A SUS VENDEDORAS
AMSTERDAN, Julio 17 (UP)
La guerra de precios en Ho-
landa lleg a tal punto hoy que
un gran nmero de trajes para
caballeros fu vendido en un al-
macn de Amsterdam a tres cen
tavos holandeses cada uno.
El pblico comenz a formar
linea en la acera afuera del al-
macn al medio dia del sbado
y hablan miles de personas
tdando el mismo abri sus puer-
tas a las nueve de la maana
de hoy..
Los vestidos de a tres ce.'.fa-
vos fueron vendidos rpidamen-
te y otros que han sido reduci-
dos drsticamente continua:on
vendindose con la misma ra-
pidez.
En Utrecht, un almacn te-
balaba vestidos a cualquier
calente que besara a la ven le-
-lora.
Perfumes GAL d. Madrid P.rfumti GAL i* M.rM Parhimat
2
cJodo el fulgor de (bspaa
en sus perfumes famosos

3
s
-
Heno de Pravia
Flores del Campo
Colonia Aeja
DI VINTA IN PANAMA
Lo que usted puede hacer contra la Apendicitis
Reglas Protectoras
No"
te aplique
calor ni fro
Acustese
en el
acto
Llame
tal mdico
inmediatamente
..Dolor de estomago ... o apendicitis'1 Que te lo diga su
medico! Los mayores peligros de la apendKitis son: la demora
en su tratamiento por el medico y los remedios casaros.
La aps>ndicit n'o daba olemoriiorla, si se
diagnostica a tiempo. El tratamiento adecuado
y oportuno casi siempre evita un resultado
fatal. Sin embargo, la apendicitis, A sea, infla-
macin del apndice (pequeo rgano que se
encuentra adherido al intestino grueso) a veces
se confunde con uo simple dolor de estmago,
i Muchas personas no le prestan atencin ha>u
que es demasiado tarde! Si se llamara siempre
al medico Un pronto se sintiera ese dolor, las
muertes por apendicitis se reduciran a la mitad.
Los sntomas de la apendicitis: Dolor en el abdomen, algunas
veces con nauseas, vomito, fiebre ligera. Sica usted las regias
arriba indicadas.
Advertencia: No se rcete usted mismo!
Tomar un laxante o darse una enema son los
errores ms frecuentesla causa, muchas veces,
de que se rompa el apndice y se disemine la
infeccin. Un estudio acerca de la apendicitis
que se hizo en una gran capital, demostr que
la mortalidad disminuy en un cincuenta por
ciento cuando se e\ itaron los laxantes. Cuando
usted tenga un dolor de estmago "sospe-
choso", llame al mdico en seguida. Slo l
puede hacer un diagnstico a conciencia.
la ciruga moderna y las nuevas drogas han eliminado la
mayora de los riesgos en las apendectomias. .La convalecea-
cm es mai segura, mas rapid*, mas agradable!
Si tu mdico la recomienda qua sa apara, siga
su consejo. Generalmente, la apendectomla es
una operacin "de rutina" que dura pocos.
minutos. Adems, las nuevas drogas para com-
batir las infecciones, y los anestsicos moder-
nos, hoy dia garantizan ms el xito de las
operaciones y protegen contra las complica-
ciones. Usted puede confiar en que (1) tendr
una convalecencia agradable (2) saldr del
hospital en menos de una semana (3) volver a
su estado normal en menos de 3 semanas.
Este e un anuncio de una serie dedicada a los
problemas de higiene y salud pblica. M leerlos, apreciar
usted cmo la colaboracin estrecha con su tnoico no slo
puede proteger tino mejorar tu bienestar fsico y mental,
permitindole disfrutar una vida ms larga y saludable.
taso. i. a. aqua a geae
Squibb
PRODUCTOS FARMACUTICOS
J DESDE 1858
Cumplen con sus compromisos
azucareros Filipina, Puerto
Rico, Santo Domingo y Cuba
WASHINGTON. Julio 18 (UP
Se ha Informado que Fiiipi-
nas, Puerto Rico y la Repbli-
ca Dominicana entregaron du-
rante el primer semestre ms
del 60 por ciento de sus cuotas
de azcar para ste ao- Cuba
entreg el 51 por ciento de tu
cuota.
Estas estadsticas fueron da-
das a conocer hoy por la Secre-
taria de Agricultura y es pro-
bable que sean motivo de estu-
dio la prxima semana cuar.do
la Comisin de Agricultura de
la Cmara de Representantes
reanudar las audiencias socre
la propuesta revisin y exten-
sin de la ley azucarera de 1648.
En el curso de sas aucen-
Rifa de un viaje
a Europa organiza
la Biblioteca Nal.
El cinco de agosto del pre-
sente ao se sabr quin es la
persona afortunada que puede
viajar a Europa, con pasaje de
Ida y vuelta en primera clase,
permanencia en ese continente
durante 9 meses, a razn de
cien balboas mensuales, tres-
cientos balboas para gastos de
preparacin y quinientos bal-
boas para otros gastos. Para
que sea usted el feliz viajero,
debe comprar un tiquete por
solo B. 1.00 de la rifa que
auspicia el Comit Nacional
Pro-Bibliotecas, con el prop-
sito de incrementar la cultura
en el pais por medio de las
bibliotecas.
cas, un portavoz de los intere-
ses azucareros cubanos soiluvo
que no estaba Justificado el au-
mento de las cuotas de Per,
Repblica Dominicana, Mxico y
otros pases extranjeros, aog-
ciendo que esas naciones no sa-
tisfacan sus actuales cuotas en
Estados Unidos, cuando los pre-
cios eran mejores en otros mer-
cados.
La tinta que se
impone por su alta
calidad y pureza.
afebamos de rea
TRAJES
Preciosa coleccin en loa ultimo*
modelos de lat conocidas marcas
"Trady Hall Jr." y "Georgiana"
en
RATON ALGODN
SEER SUCKER BATISTA
ORGAND CORRUGADO
y murhtimot mis garantizado*
en colorea y materiales. "
ROPA INTERIOR
Camisones Petlcotei i
Peticotes de cintura
de NYLON en lindos entilo* con
encajes y tul bordados del
32 al 42.
PANTIES en diferentes estilos
del 4 al 9.
.
MANTILLAS FRANCESAS
de encaje y tul bordados.
MEDIAS
JBerkshi
15 denier raui
ire
en diferentes tamaos
ltimos colores de moda.
et gauge IS denier II gang*
30 de
ienier
Linea completa de los
productos de belleza
51 gange
CARTERAS
Seleccionado surtido en
diferentes estilos y
colores
de NOCHE de DIARIO
FANTASIA
la ltima novedad
ARETES
compuestos de dos
motivos entre si.
PRENDEDORES
Coro que se adhieren a
la piel o cualquier prenda
de vestir.
Zvnfan,
PARAGUAS
un variado surtido
para damas.
SABANAS y FUNDAS
'PEPPERELL" blancas
72" x 99".
tambin en colores surtidos
72" x M".
PAPEL
fino .de escribir
especial para damas.
BAZAR FRANCES
HEURTEMATTE Y CA.
PLAZA SANTA ANA
PANAMA


fAOINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES. JCUO It, 1H1
- CRUCIGRAMA -
12345 7 89 10U12
l U
15 lib r ^ir ir
LLLl: So^Jn- j -ULJ.J
40 H41 421 EM43 44 Htt 46| 47 48 49 ISO 51
52 I ila
54 UUs5
HORIZONTALES:
1Repentino.
7Quiapos, harapos.
13Tomar notas.
14.Torta de harina de yuca.
16Nombre de una flor
maravillosa.
16Relativo a las ovejas, Pl.
17Repeticin le sonido.
18Cocinado en seco.
20Extremidad de las aves.
21Sarna de los carneros.
23Demostrativo.
24Rio de Francia, Inv.
25Atrevido, audaz.
27Crustceo de la costa
Norte de Cuba.
29 Letra castellana.
31Rece.
32Nombre de varn.
36Piedra semipreciosa.
40Periodo musical.
41Rey de Hungra.
438acerdote tlbetano, Inv.
44rbol leguminoso.
45Vestidura sacerdotal.
47Yerno de Mahoma.
48Percibe.
50Quisieres.
52Arrimar una cosa a otra.
53Atraso, retraso. -
54Rosa pequea.
56Del verbo amasar.
VERTICALES:
1Para servil sal.
2-Bolos en su clase.
3Ciudad de Italia.
4Instituto Tradicional
Ibrico, Inic.
6Del verbo talar.
6Rezase.
7De codos en alguna parte.
8Del verbo lavar.
9Adverbio de modo.
10Bajos del Norte de Cuba.
11Monedas antiguas.
12La alegra, planta.
19Agarradera.
22Nombre de mujer.
24Aduce, argumenta.
26Afresis de ahora
28poca.
30^Hace el amor.
32 Terminar, dar fin.
33Del verbo tocar.
34Deidades paganas.
35 Rio de Siberia.
37Del verbo amar.
38Bolsa o saco.
39Arboles de flores blancas.
42Amarrara.
45Ro de Laponla, Inv.
46Tonto, idiota, Inv.
49Cocine en seco.
51Apellido de poeta festivo
espaol.
SOLUCIN DE AKF.R
uaaa hjjj jij
fcJFJUUtUU HB
UUU LUUHUd
UHIJUhNI'MLJ IJHM
UfcJMU HQB l'JiJH
C 0 MtMlflAj
irtiTdToTsi
I NI 01 Ni
RUI-] RRHH MHL1H
o L|A 1
NO ALCANZO. Este enano de 34 pulgadas de estatura tra-
ta de alcanzar el metro para colocar sus cinco centavos. En
vista de que no alcanzaba, el enano sali en busca de ayuda
y cuando regres se encontr con una boleta por "estaciona-
miento ilegal". Ahora tendr que explicar al juez por qu no
coloc sus cinco centavos a tiempo.
MEJOREsuAPARlENCW
}qu MmfL
fo$L,Caellt>l
V. vst
aseline hair
decline .|0H|C
Abogase por la representacin de
agricultores en la Junta d Abastos
Se pronuncia en tal sentido
la Federacin de Sociedades
Agrcolas radicada en Azuero
Lanza un comunicado manifestando el derecho que
le asiste a los agricultores para esa represen-
tacin en la Junta
LOS SANTOS, julia 18. (Co-
rresponsal). La redencin
de Sociedades Agrcolas de la
pennsula de Azuero acaba de
lanzar un comunicado al pas,
por medio del cual solicita a
la Junta de Abastos y Control
de Precios sea incluido en ella
un representante de los agri-
cultores.
Entre los varios consideran-
dos que presenta dicho comu-
nicado, manifiesta el derecho
que les asiste como producto-
res y como el veinticinco por
ciento del consumidor del co-
mercio nacional.
Grandes Injusticias se come-
ten a diarlo con el pequeo
productor nacional y 'sus ar-
tculos al someternos de ma-
nera antojadiza a un control
ruinoso, mientras a otros pro-
ductos donde el comerciante se
gaa un lujoso porcentaje son
lnaxequibles para el campesino
y la masa trabajadora.
Ojal el Gobierno tome nota
de esta aspiracin de nuestros
agricultores y les conceda el
puesto que se merecen.
TfttADf MAM
41CIJMF I. .. 4. HUm. wm
4.1. r.......Mt Ufe. c^ c.4
Dos Ministros se
comprometen para
construir escuela
AGUADULCE, Julio 18 (Co-
rresponsal 1 Importante cual
ninguna result la manifesta-
cin encabezada por los Minis-
tros de Educacin y Obras P-
blicas realizada el 12 de los co-
rrientes, hacia los terrenos don-
de se levantar la escuela se-
cundaria de Aguadulce. Con pa-
labras henchidas de emocin
ambos dignatarios ofrecieron
realizar la obra con el concurso
manifiesto del pueblo de Agua-
dulce.
Resulta innegable el triunfo
que ae anotar la presente ad-
ministracin con la construccin
ae esta anhelada escuela que
constituye hoy a. urgencia m-
xima de las poblaciones de A-
guadulce y comunidades veci-
nas. Magnifica estuvo la presen-
tacin de la primarla y secun-
daria con su banda de cornetas
dirigida hbilmente por el pro-
fesor Gilberto de Len. Muy t-
tinados estuvieron los oradores
locales-
Realiza una labor
plausible en Son
el Dr. J. Abada
CAAZAS. Julio 18 (Corres-
ponsal) El doctor Jorge E.
Abada coopera activamente y
de manera filantrpica por la
escuela "Miguel Alba" de 3on
convencido de la triste situacin
confrontan los nios po'.res
ae la escuela, ha ofrecido desin-
teresadamente su valioso servi-
cio profesional a los escolares 1-
quella importante poblacin a
quienes atiende generosamente
opera y regala medicinas que a-
livian sus dolencias fsicas.
El director de aquella escuela
stor Jorge Isaac Carrin uia-
nifest a este corresponsal que
son numerosos los casos que
graticlanamente ha atencldo
este meritorio e Ilustre geieno
en su afn ejemplar y muy "iu-
rnano de dar la salud a los ni-
os sonaeos.
Gestos piadoso y noble como
estos debe agradecerse y admi-
larse; no es de dudar que paures
de familia y maestros de Evia
que en todo tiempo han sabido
poner muy en alto la cultura y
el civismo asi lo sientan para
reconocer tan magnifica labor.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores orooramas
mm pora .a. para 41 f para I
... Para I tocaaar y al aatqaln
Festival bailable
organiza juventud
chinad sbado
"Juventud China Asociada"
sociedad que busca la unin de
la Juventud china residente en
la capital, ha organizado un
festival bailable que se llevar
a cabo en el Jardin Balboa el
sbado prximo a las 7.30 de
la noche y para el cual se han
invitado muy especialmente al
Sindicato de Periodistas, y a
muchas personalidades de la lo-
calidad. Para este acto se han
preparado grandes sorpresas y
se espera que ser un verdade-
ro suceso social. Ya estn cir-
culando las Invitaciones.
Se constituye un Comit que
luchar por dotar a nuestra
frontera de buenas escuelas
DAVID, Julio 18 (Correspon-
sal) Un grupo de maestra*
de esta localidad han constituido
un comit pro escuela de la
rontea, con el laudable pro-
posito de acondicionarlas en for
ma que no representen, como
ocurre actualmente, afrenta a.
la dignidad de la nacionalidad.
Preside esta agrupacin cvica
Evelia Alvarado, Vlce-Presldcnta
Tesll Samudlo, Secretarla de
Actas Mxima Palacies, Secre'a-
rla de Correspondencia Rosalin-
da Newman, y Tesorera Sanios
de Gonzlez. A esta reur-ln
fueron Invitadas las autoridades
administrativas, educacionales
representantes de la prensa y
la radio locales.
Entre las medidas adoptadas
Agradcese gesto
altruista de las
Fuerzas Armadas
Santa F Julio 18
Seor Director de
"El Panam Amrica"
Panam.
Por conducto su ledo pericM-
co, deseo llegar mis agradeci-
mientos oficina Geodtlca ln-
teramericana y miembros pri-
mer escuadrn rescate Zona del
Canal, por la forma rpida que
fu evacuado en el helicptero,
;ul hijo Pedro Castillo, al sufrir
quemaduras con gasolina, mon-
taa de El Cuadro atenta-
mente.
Carlos Castilla
Nuevo Can de 105 MM.
El nuevo can de 105 milmetros del Ejrcito de los Estados
Unidos ha dado extraordinario poder ofensivo y defensivo a uni-
dades de infantera de ese ejrcito. Esta nueva arma, Junto con el
bazooka de 3.5 pulgadas, dar a los soldados de las lneas del frente
la capacidad para poner fuera de accin a los ms poderosos tan-
ques enemigos, segur} ha declarado el Secretario del Ejrcito, Frank
Este can cargado a mano puede hacer disparos directos o
indirectos a rasn de dies por minuto, con una alcance mximo de
.500 yardas. Como se ve en esta -fotografa, este can est mon-
tado en un Jeep para darle la m.xlma movilidad. Es considerado
ms bien como era pequea, y satisface una necesidad en la nueva
clase de armamentos de infantera.
dcsrmms
de los nmttes
He crfut uh kt/en
diurtico
Cuando loa rones estn
inactivos, el organismo se
recarga de sustancias noci-
vas y desechos que en con-
diciones normales seran
eliminados por dichos r-
ganos.
Para activar la funcin
renal es a menudo conve-
niente emplear un buen diurtico. Las Pildoras De
Witt para ios Rones v la Vejiga son un buen
diurtico.
Adems de estimular la funcin del rion, sen
suavemente balsmicas y desinfectantes. Es decir,
favorecen la eliminacin de los venenos y deseches
antes mencionados, a la vex que ejercen una suave
accin calmante y antisptica en el aparato urinario.
Conocidas en el mundo entero, las Pildoras D Witt
se venden en todas las farmacias del pas, ea frascos
de 40 y 100 pildoras.
INSUITIIA MITAMIC* ___________
Pildoras De WITT
para los Rinoms y la V<>iqa
por el comit se resolvi desig-
nar una comisin que viajar
a la capital con el fin de loB*ar
cuoperacln de parte del gobier-
no nacional.
Se han echado las bases pura
establecer la "Semana Nacional'
del 28 d Octubre al 4 de No-
viembre, entre otras medidas
tendientes a que sea una reali-
dad el mejoramiento de nuestras
escuelas en la frontera con CM-
ta Rica, que hoy ofrecen el tris-
te espectculo de ranchos pa-
jitos al lado de Escuelas moder-
nas ticas. Se espera que la co-
misin merecer especial aten-
cin del gobierno nacional.
PUNTOS
DE VISTA
Aguadulce, Julio 10 de 1951
Seor Director:
Hace algn tiempo fu cons-
truido en el patio de la casa de
la seora Hermenegllda vda. de
Sarmiento, en esta ciudad, un
tanque sptico, donde descarga
todo el alcantarillado y dici'o
tanque despide un olor pesti-
lente que se extiende hasta ires
y cuatro cuadras, pues dicha ca-
sa est ubicada en el centro de
la poblacin. An cuando este
fu un error que cometieron los
Ingenieros Sanitarios, dizque por
economa, por lo menos deben
destruir de vez en cuando la
materia fecal con los cidos a-
proplados y asi se evitaran las
epidemias que se presentan aqu
con mucha frecuencia.
Seria conveniente que los .Je-
fes del Departamento de Salu-
bridad de la Capital, envlairfn
una comisin para que estudia-
ran la manera de corregir si-
quiera en parte el error que se
cometi, ya- que ese tanque de-
bieron construirlo fuera de la
poblacin.
En los meses de verano se ha-
ce ms insopotable la -pestilen-
cia a que hago referencia.
Jallo A. >Rios
Reporte Semanal
El Mercado de Arroz s
en los Estados Unidos
MEJORARON LOS MERCADOS
Los mercados de arroz me-
joraron durante la semana pa-
sada y se llevaron a cabo va-'
ras exportaciones adicionales,
de acuerdo con Informes del
Departamento de Agricultura
de Estados Unidos.
ARROZ EN CASCARA
Hubo poca actividad en los
mercados de arroz en cascara
del Sur, ya que las reservas
n manos de los productores
han sido vendidas casi en su
totalidad. La nueva cosecha es-
t progresando y se espera que
en Tejas comience la recolec-
cin de la misma alrededor del
20 de julio.
La recoleccin de Zenith s
espera que comience durante la
tercera semana de julio. Las
lluvias estuvieron cayendo en la
mayor parte del clnturn arro-
cero de Arkansas -y se ha tor
formado que la cosecha est en
muy buenas condiciones en las
reas centrales y occidentales.
En el pals, en general, los
agricultores estuvieron recibien-
do $5.51 por quintal compara-
do con $5.74 a mediados de ma-
yo y $4.19 a mediados de Ju-
nio de este ao. El precio par
del arroz a mediados de junio
fue d $5.5r, por quintal, com-
parado con $5.05 el ao pa-
sado.
ARROZ DESCASCARADO
Los mercados de arroz des-
cascarado estuvieron un poco
ms firmes durante la sema-
na como resultado de la venta
de 889.800 quintales. Esta ven-
ta, junto con las otras ventas
de la semana subieron el total
de ventas a 1-14 milln de
quintales y redujeron las re-
Pospuestos unos
exmenes en la
Escuela Normal
Por solicitud de la direccin
de la Escuela Normal Juan De-
mstenes Arosemena, se han
pospuesto los exmenes para
los graduandos del Instituto de
Verano, los cuales se verificarn
a partir del lunes 23 de este
mes, segn comunicado del Mi-
nisterio de Educacin. .
> La Escuela Normal brindar
hospedaje completo y gratuito a
los maestros que deseen inter-
narse. Los interesados deben
llegar a ese plantel el sbado
21 o el domingo 22 del pre-
sente mes.
Los profesores de ltfl deben
enviar antes del domingo 15 los
cuestionarlos de exmenes y la
clave respectiva.
servas de Junio a unos cuatr
millones de quintales, sin tomar
en cuenta las exportaciones he-
chas a Cuba, los territorios y el
mercado domestico. las ventas
de la semana incluyeron 200,0ou
quintales del No. 8 o California
earl a $8.38-8.50 por quintal;
26,000 quintales de Souther
Pearl a $8.40, y 163,800 quin-
tales de granos grandes a *n.>u-
9.35 el quintal, entregados en
los puertos del Oolfo. Las venI
tas de California fueron entre-
gadas en los puertos do San
r rancisco.
El mercado de arroz descas-
carado en los molinos princi-
pales estuvo estable y las co-
tizaciones, en algunos casos, es-
tuvieron ms altas. La mayora,
de los molinos, sin embargo,
estaban ansiosos de deshacer-
se de las reservas a los precios
que prevalecan la semana pa-
sada.
En Jacksonville, Arkansas los
molinos estuvieron vendiendo al
RexArk No. i a $12.05 el quin-
tal. El Zenith No. 1 de Louisia-
na fue ofrecido a $11.30 entre-
gado en Jacksonville.
Las compras hechas por Nue-
va York estuvieron bastante
flojas y los precios se mantu-
vieron sin cambio alguno. El
Rexoro y Bluebonnt se esta-
ba vendiendo a $13.00 el quin-
tal, el Zenith a $11.78-12.00, los
granos grandes de segunda a
$9.50-10.00 y los granos cortos
de segunda a $9.00-9.60 el quin-
CTJBA COMPRO $55 MILLONES
Las ventas de arrea norte-
americano a los mercados cu-
ban s aumentaron material-
mente durante la ltima sema-
na de junio y sumaron a 6t,MS
quintales, de acuerde con IOS
exportadores. Las grandes com-
pras hechas por los cubanas so
debieron a los bajos aranceles
que entrarn en vigencia. El
Crecio del arros Tendido a Cu-
a variaba desde $18.25 el quin-
tal de Rexoro No. 4 eon 4 por
ciento de quiebre a $9.16 por
los granos grandes de segunda.
Cuba! ba importado 5,537,S49
quintales de arroz norteameri-
cano durante la presente tem-
porada y 143491 quintales do
otros pases.
La "Unin Cvica
Ocuea" tiene una
reunin esta noche
i Con el fin tratar vario*
asuntos de gran Importancia
para la sociedad U.C.O. y muy;|
especialmente p r o b 1 e mas da
Oc, como la terminacin del
hospital y otros ms, se soli-
cita por este medio, a todos sus
miembros y ocueos en general
a la sesin que habr de ve-
rificarse el mircoles 18 de los
corrientes en la escuela Nicols
Pacheco a las 8 p.m.
Hay una Pluma Fuente
Sttoltcok para
Cada Trabajo Escrilural

... para Cada Estilo
de Letra!
Cul es su trabajo escritural;;;
tenedura de libros, contabilidad,
taquigrafao acaso msica? Hay
una Ester brook indicada para cada
lares u ocupacin y para cada es-
tilo de letra.
Vaya a la tienda, librera o pape-
lera ms cercana, seleccione una
Pluma Fuente ESTERBROOK coa
el punto preciso para su manera de
escribir y enfsquel Ud. mismo
en el can de la pluma!
MESO M PUMA Y lAKil0
' >//# tm Plum* tmmtt
' fiaWrtra* <** / Lpictr dm
Prmm Btttrlrtti h*ciiudh
jivaja. BslU ifrimr Im ctrs
p*r* qmt U pmmits dil CT-
ymt ulg*+upi*$tUn uauls.
Pia>ifi O cm. d crtyi*.
Enri dmrmM mwt tin a.
rmdtddt tmrgmydt *.
SmCM H atara* ,
SM6B>
fIMII FAIKICANTI M PLUMAS IR AMIIICA
>W a*V^


MIRCOLES. JULIO II. 1S51
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
r\eaaccin Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA .
Telfono 3-31M
HORAS: 8:00 a 10:00 a.m.
Apartado 134
CANTANTE Y
CONCERTISTA
Recepcin
S.E. el Embajador de Espaa
y la Condesa de Rbago ofre-
cieron ho>, en el Saln Bella
Vista en el Hotel El Panam,
una recepcin con motivo de
la Fiesta Nacional de Espaa.
Atasajo
El Comit de Hospitalidad del
Club Interamerlcano de Muje-
res, agasajar a un grupo de
sus nievas soclas. maana a
las 10 a.m. en el local del club.
Agasaja
Esta noche, en la residencia
de la seora Blanca F. de de la
Ossa, tendr lugar el agasa.lo
que brindan Las Leonas en ho-
nor de la seora Diana de Pas-
cual, esposa del Presidente sa-
liente del club de Leones de
Panam.
Para los Estado* Unidas
Sigui hoy hacia Chicago
en viaje de negocios el seor
Rafael V. Ortiz. Lo saludamos.
De Europa
Presentamos un cordial salu-
do de vinvenlda al seor Jai-
me Ricardo Ingrair. y seora
Nelly H. de Ingram, quienes
llegaron hoy de Francia.
De los Estados Unidas
Grata estada le deseamos al
UD. SIEMPRE GANA
con nuestro sistema de
CLUB.
Pagos Semanales Fciles
y Ganancia Segura.
AADIOS RCA VICTOR DISCOS
PANAMA RAMO CORPORATION
AVE. CENTRAL 29 Tela.: 2-2566 y 2-3364
seor Arthur Seelegson, quien
procedente de Tejas se encuen-
tra pasando varios aias en el
Hotel El Panam.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Saludamos cordlalmente al
seor Clarence O. Boyd y se-
ora Olga Ch. de Boyd,-quie-
nes cumplen hoy 9 aos de ca-
sados.
Mejorando
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora de la seora doa Mary
T. de Ortiz de Zevallos, espo-
sa de S.E. el Embajador del
Per y Decano del-Cuerpo Di-
plomtico seor Emilio Ortiz
de Zevallos, quien se encuentra
en el Hospital Oorgas en don-
de fu sometida a operacin
quirrgica.
Enfermos
Pronto restablecimiento 1 e
deseamos a la seora Ana Ma-
ria D. de Vsquez, quien se en-
cuentra recluida en el Hospital
Santo Toms.
Sutre quebrantos de salud en
el hospital Santo Toms la se-
ora Hermellnda V. de Aguile-
ra. Ojal mejore pronto.
Visit la redaccin de "El Pa-
nam Amrica" el concertista y
cantante colombiano Luis Car-
los Garlea Gmez, quien acaba
de llegar a Panam, donde rea-
lizar una presentacin en el
Teatro Nacional el prximo 25
de julio.
El destacado cantante y con-
certista Garca Gmez ser a-
compaado en su presentacin
artstica por el pianista Hans
Janowitz.
VIAJES AL EXTERIOR
Transporte por aire, mar y tierra a cualquier
parte del mundo.
Acreditado Departamento de Viajes represen-
tando las principales lneas areas y de
vapores.
Obtenemos visas, permisos de salida y regre-
so y otros documentos de viaje sin costo extra
para el cliente.

Parque de Lesseps
Calle "V #3
Panam. R. de P
V
Telfonos:
2-2008
?-2009
BOYD BROTHERS, INC
Se encuentra recluido en la
Clnica San Fernando el seor
Fabio Arosemena. Completo res
tableclmiento le deseamos.
Pronta mejora le deseamos
al seor Arlstldes Romero quien
guarda cama en la Clinl--a San
Fernando.
Abandona el Hospital
Acompaada de su recin
nacida se encuentra de nuevo
en su residencia la seora Mar-
cela C. de Ortega.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Elida Mara A. de Zu-
bleta.
Sra. Laura B. de de la Guar-
dia.
Sra. Catalina A. de de la
Guardia.
Srta. Marina Ucrs.
8r. Mario Luis Romero
8r. George Novey.
NUESTRO CLUB es el MEJOR
con muebles de MEJOR CALIDAD
a loa precios MAS BAJOS
JUEGOS DE SALA CON PLSTICOS
de PRIMERA CALIDAD, desde 67.3.50
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Ins A. de Fbrega
Sra. Cecilia M. de Novey
Sr. Guillermo E. Quljano.
Sr. Jorge Zarak.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
250,000 personas
desplazadas han
entrado en E. U.
NUEVA YORK, julio 18.
(USIS). Un refugiado pola-
co-ucraniano es el desplazado
nmero 250,000 que ha entra-
do en los Estados Unidos desde
la iniciacin de la vigencia de
la ley de 1948 sobre aceptacin
de personas desplazadas.
Se trata de Volodmyr Holu-
blw, de 42 aos de edad, quien
lleg acompaado de su esposa
y tres hijos. La familia fue
apresada en Baronvlce, Polonia,
en 1043, y trabaj en una gran-
ja en Prusla Oriental hasta el
dia de la liberacin. Ahora ini-
ciarn una nueva vida en una
finca en el Estado de Wisconsls.
Un grupo de funcionarlos de
agencias federales y estatales,
asi como de organizaciones de
auxilio y entidades religiosas
recibi a los Holublw en el mue-
lle. Despus de la ceremonia
de bienvenida, la familia fue
con d u c 1 d a al Ayuntamiento,
donde fue recibida por el Al-
calde iVncent R. Impellltteri.
En el buque en que vinieron
los Holublw haba un total de
1287 refugiados.
Entre las personas que lle-
garon figura la bella Joven
hngara Eva Flnk, quien dice
ser pariente del Cardenal
Mindszenty. Maestra de escuela,
la seorita Flnk se dirige a to-
mar un empleo domstico en
Michigan, haciendo de noche
insecticidas
en lino, con el
La Casa de los Vidrios
y Us Llalees."
AVE. CENTRAL No. M
FACILIDADES DE PAGO
SERVICIO A DOMICILIO
------ Tel.: 2-2404
El nuevo Insecticida FLIT, de accin
instsntnea y efecto duradero, es de
cudruple accin porque contiene:
D. b. T. y CLORDANO. para efec-
tos duraderos] ISOBORNIL y
PIRETRINAS.psra matar insec-
tos instantneamente.
OTRO PRODUCTO
@>
i la lata no tiene el soldddito, no e* FLIT
Sobre Educacin
Sanitaria hablar
esta noche Beleo
A las ocho de la noche en
la Aula Mxima del Instituto
Nacional se llevar a cabo la
anunciada conferencia que dic-
tar el Licenciado Guillermo
Beleo C. sobre "Educacin Sa-
nitaria" hoy mircoles 18 de Ju-
lio.
La Cmara de Jvenes de Pa-
nam, Institucin Civica que de
manera efectiva est contribu-
yendo al mejoramiento social y
cultural de la comunidad aus-
piciando conferencias de divul-
gacin cientfica. Invita por es-
te medio al pblico en general
para que concurra esta noche
a las ocho al Aula Mxima del
Instituto Nacional para escu-
char la autorizada palabra del
Lie. Beleo sobre este tema de
Importancia vital para la sa-
lud.
Despus del acto se proyec-
tarn varias cintas cinemato-
grficas y se obsequiarn fo-
lletos a la concurrencia.
La entrada es libre.
acuerdo sobre las asigna. V.us
internacionales de se mcir.1
El diario seal cue el actual
precio nacional del cobre se en-
cuentra congelado en 24.5 cen-
tavos la libra y pese al aumeii-
to del cobre chileno a 27.5 cen-
tavos la libra, la Oficina de 'n-
tabllizacln de Pecios haba 11-
c'.ic) a los productores que no
permitir el alza en los precies
nacionales.
jmssHA CIRCO
tnicas est afectando proi-n*
damente la economa de ->M
.slas y que el Gobierno no :.-
bia ayudado a resolver los po
Memas al adquirir azcar :t barata en Cuba.
Smlthers dijo que a la l.ga
Oran Bretaa tendr que g-*
tar ms "en donativos y otra cla-
se de ayuda* a las Antillas Br.1*
nicas" que lo que puede abo-
narse adquiriendo azcar y va-
baco a- menores precios en -
tras partes.
NOCHE V DIA EN PARIS. Los dirigentes de la moda de
Pars nos traen este ao dos modelos de ropa de playa. Una
trusa de bao para la noche y otra para el dia. El modelo de
la izquierda se llama "Deseo de Media Noche", y est hecho
de retazos de raso negro con redecilla del mismo color. En
_______ejjnodelo de la derecha las rayas predominan.
estudios avanzados.
La seorita Fink ser recibida
por su prometido Lloyd A. Van
Gilder, de Flint, Michigan, a
quien conoci siendo ste em-
pleado delGobierno de EE. UU.
en Austria. Piensan contraer
matrimonio la semana prxima.
Van Qlld regresar a Europa
como soldado dol Ejrcito de
los EE. UU.
a* "E| Avipo O-Mirtunn*'
Es posible que se
aumente el precio
del cobre en E. U.
NUEVA YORK. Julio 18 (UP>
El peridico "Journal of
Commerce' dijo que es poolnle
que se permita el aumento del
precio del cobre en Estados U-
nldos si la conferencia interna-
cional de materiales llega a un
Compra de azcar
cubana censurada
en la Gran Bretaa
LONDRES, Julio 18 (UP)
El diputado conservador Peter
Smithers censur al Gobierno
Laborista Britnico por comprar
azcar en Cuba en vea de favo-
recer a las Antillas Brltnn as.
Smlthers sugiri qne las po-
sesiones britnicas en las An-
tillas se organicen en forma de
federacin para que as "pue-
dan exponer sus puntos de vis-
ta con mayor eficacia".
El diputado conservador ma-
nifest que el "gran aumento"
de poblacin de las Antillas Bri-

Sintonice

i
EL DIARIO DE UNA MUJER

las 8
de la
noche
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita
(Red (Pe
anamericaria
QUE SORPRESA!
MI esposa sabe arreglrselas
cuando llegan visitas inespera.
das a la hora de comer. Lo que
confirmarn los amigos qu* tu-
vimos anoche.
Cuando llegaron le improviso
me pregunte qu podrs prepa-
rarles Mara en tan poco tiem-
po. Luego la ol decir a la sir-
vienta que preparara Sopa de
Tomate Campbell's.
Para sorpresa ma estaba lista
en unos minutos! Entonces re-
cord lo fcil que es de prepa-
rar : aadirle igual cantidad de
afua, calentar, y a la mesa I
La sopa estaba deliciosa1* di-
je cuando fueron las visitas.
Tenia que estarlo contest
Mara. Campbell's la prepara
con tomates cultivados espe-
cialmente y lina mantequilla, to-
do ello exquisitamente sacona,
do, segn un receta exclusiva.
Srvele este patriase almuer-
a* y vet qu mucho le gusto
ANOUEQUki AUNT JEMIMA
C.f.
Ttxmesa Mes
Fjese como m saima (1 contem-
plar loi deliciosos Panqueques
AnBI Jemima. Haga muchoi por-
que a* 'io *rneiuid. El las lacil-
lo daico que hay que hacer ea fre-
garle igual pane de leche o agua
U recen oigic* de Aunt Jemima y
batir basta que quede i?e U
aneicla. Luego, ierra la cantidad
deaeada sobre una sanea caliente
sacada con manteca o aceite y ea
uos minutos catn listos para
comer. Y qu sabrosos soal
i HOY a las 8:30 p. m.
en las emisoras de la
RADIO PROGRAMAS
CONTINENTAL!
'5S&S.
con las famosas
HNAS. CAPRINO,
la gran orquesta de RAUL LAVISTA
. .y la actuacin especial
del inimitable cancionero
MIGUEL ACEVES MEJIA



PAGINA Ull
O. rANAMA 4MCR1CA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
NO Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR, Etc
Que la ruta al Departamento dt los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes e Nuestros Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo poi
72 palabras.
2t pot cada
palabra adicional.
servicio Lewi
r. TWall Na 4
ti. -mi
KIOSK DE LESSEES
NOVEDADES MORRISON
r. 4 J.U*
Tal. UHt \
BOTICA CAELTON
fr.8L,M"
SALON OE BELLEZA AMERICANO
" i U Oata Na. H
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Tall* -H" Na. IT F.niM
At*. Cralnl U-17SSB
SE COMPRA
S COMPRA:Uno cama de ho$p-
ot. Telefonear al 3-1374.
COMPRAMOS moz blanco o amari-
llo o B.5.50 el qq. El Molino Crio-
llo, Panomi.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
MISCELNEA
No necesito str calvo, lo cado del
pelo se cure pronto y seguro con
Qyiner. Quinar destruye la caspa.
Quinar hace crecer el cabello. Qui-
ar se vende en todos las buenas
farmacias.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA: 4 jvenes, omb'os
sexos, experiencia en propaganda.
, Ave. Central 47 Apto. 23.
CA. 01 LIFIVRE TeL 2-4132
VINOS L0T1S
Pito inicial m.mmo B.100.00
Mensual B. 15.00
Lotes ron Collas y Acuvductor de
la Ciudad desde B 1.00 ti movro.
Alquilamos equipo pesado pata
movimiento de tierra.
Alqu"amoc tota* a larfos plazo*
Club de lote*. S.3.00 y B.4.00
emanaie
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE.:Un Panel una tonelada
marca Internationol, ao 1949.
Tel. 2-4624. 8 a 12 y 2.- 5 p. m.
Tenemos repuestos para su autom-
vil. Si su carro necesita olgun
cambio de pieza vengo y consiga-
te. Tropical Motors.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
-....... .. MIRCOLES, JPL1Q 11, si
Tito CeUis va marcando el paso entre los
mayores anotadores del basketball mayor
I Crio. "Tito" Cellis, se encuentra como lder entre los doce
P^"tr1,apnr.r,d0^dtel,en^ketb,, ""<" M<"<- -^
Juradores j C ~ FI FE FP
Carlos CellU Julio Aroaemena Ricardo Santos (CHi ..15 75 59 36 33
Cecilio Williams (CH) ..15 68 70 39
Emilio Sonell. (Mi ..... 14 60 82 40 23
I ernando Tom (CH) .. 14 60 69 35
Rafael Jan (B) ...... 14 47 94 61 46
14 54 50 33 26
13 46 47 27 23
14 47 38 20 34
8 41 46 29 18
13 40 50 24 32
FT PTS.
OFRECEMOS: '
Seguros oportunidades para Inversio-
nista hipotecario. Consltenos
CINTRAL DE SIENES RAICES
Ing. Demstenes Vergara
Via Espaa No. 31 Tel. 3-4512
Opcrt uni,i;
nico, lote en "El Cangrejo" a B. 6.-
00 M2. Excelente ubicacin.
Roberto Mir 2-1215 /
Tropical Motors S. A. Buenos traba-
jos de mecnica a razonables pre-
cios, vistenos.
SE VENDE:Pontiac 1950 Sadon 4
puertos, Hydramtico, radio, cu-
breasientot. Mantos, pintado contra
xido, repuestos. Tel. 2-3567.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento con dos
recamaros, sala-comedor, bao y
cocino, 8.6000. (Entrado San
Francisco I. Llave Avenida Cuba1
85. Telfono: 3-0841.
SE -ALQUILA:Altos coso 7 calle
8a. Independiente, cmoda. Solicite
llave abajo. Telfonos 2-2948 y
3-2683.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento chico.
Avenido 4 de Julio "El Sol". In-
formes Tel. 3-2994.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de tres
piezas. Calle Ricardo Mir No. 48.
Vista .Hermoso. |
SE NECESITA:Chalet dos recima-
ros y cuarto de servicio en rea re-
sidencial. Preferible amoblado. In-
formes Tel. 2-1683, Panam.
SE NECESITAUno oven presentable
que hable ingls, con experiencia
en vento de telas. Dirijose Biltmor,
colle J No. 8.
SE NECESITA: Dependiente que
hoole ingls y tengo bueno presen-
cio. Pora lo Sastrera Bozor Fran-
cs.
SI NECESITA: Aiente vendedor
coa butnet reieraneiei y buenas
ceaexieaes en el comercia. Buen
futura pora al hombre apropiada.
Cetmetena Imperial. Central 27-
' : NECESITA: Bomba de presin
"BOOSTER PUMP" de 240 ga-
lones por minuto sin carga de suc-
cin y una carga de elevacin de
40 libros por pulgada cuadrado o
sea uno altura de 95 pies. Motor
Trifsico de 220 voltios. Se reci-
ben propuestas en el ABATTOIR
NACIONAL o en los oficinas de
V.ll.nueve y Tejeira C... Ltd.. o
Paul Gambotti.
SE VENDEN:
Lotes, borotos. Chalets y casa de 2
apartamentos en "El Congrejo".
Infrmese
Reberta Mir 2-1215
SE VNEDE:
Hermoso lote esquina residenciol Pai-
tille 887 M2. Focilidades pago y
construccin.
Amplio lote fmol de lomo y soberbia
vista .1700 M2. Las Cumbres, fa-
cilidades pago y construccin.
Propiedad mixta bloques, hormign
y madero, comportando taller, tien-
do, cuartos y apartamentos. En es-
quina Rio Abajo. Buena renta y fa-
cilidades adquisicin.
CENTRAL DE BIENES RAICES
Via Espaa No. 31 Tal. 3-4512
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto a persona so-
lo y de buenas costumbres. Ave-
nida B No. 16.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado po-
ro hombre B.6.00 por semana. A-
venida Porque Lefevre, Ernesto Le-
fevre caso 32.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto refrigeracin
legumbres, comes, etc. Fbrica
Hielo Estripeout. Colle H No. 18.
Telfono 2-2948.
Se presta dinero sobre hipoteca, su-
mas pequeas. Informes Tel. 3-
3648.
SE VENDE:Por motivo viaje, lote
en El Cangrejo. 3-3648.
PERDIDA
PERDIDA:Llanta reconstruido 600
x 16. Colle 52. frente de caso 18.
lunes por la tarde. Se gratificor
si la devuelve a colle 50 No. 6,
telfono 3-3424.
SE VENDE: Lote Arraijn. 1,200
M. Acueducto, luz. Tel. 2-1488,
8-12 o. m.
SE DESEA
DESEAMOS matrimonio sin hi|os. que
conozco de labores de campo pa-
ra cuidar casa en el Valle de An-
tn. Debe tener recomendacin del
lugar donde trabaj ontes. Co.
Dulcidlo Gonzlez N., S. A. Fabri-
co de Mosaicos. Ave. Cubo No. 8
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento chico,
matrimonio solo. Avenida Central.
Informes oficina Fbrica calla H
No. 18 en lo maana. |
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de do$|
recmaras, salo comedor y cuarto i
servicio en calle 43 Bella Vista. I
Llame Tal. 2-2833.
CUIA
COMERCIAL
Acabamos de Recibir
CASAS DE PESCAR
DE VIDRIO
que ser el ltimo embarque
segn las condiciones
actuales.
Tambin tenemos un surtido
variadsimo de
CUCHILLOS DE CAZA
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 279
Tel. 3-0140.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Estufa de gas cuatro
quemadores, horno, B.60.00. Ca-
lle 40 No. 13. Telfono 3-1574.
CORREAS
de TRANSMISIN
(En todos los tamaos)
PUERTAS
AMERICANAS
SE VENDE: Por motivo de viaje:
Juego da recmoro en excelantes
condiciones. Lime telfono 3-
1975 de 9 o. m. a 5 p.m.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SE VENDE: Abarroteria y Refres-
quera en Victoriano Lorenzo No.
6.
soc
-*-*-
SE VENDE
Botes y Motores
SE VENDE:Lancho de 65 pies de
largo, 2 motores "Diesel" 1 50 co-
bollos codo uno. 43 toneladas ne-
tos. Pesca camarones, carga pa-
sajeros. Tel. 2-2252, Dr. Mora-
les.
10 con captol P.3,000.00 ga-
rantizado por finca necesita pora
ampliar negocio d GRANJA AV-
COLA cerca Panam, productivo y
seguro. Informor Comisoriato Cho-
rrillo. Calle 25 Oeste No. 13, Tal.
2-1416.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUIL.VLocal para oficino.
arriba del Teotro Central.
SI VENDEN:-Ca res. tobarla aepre.
coro acanalada, Fit-Taa (sartn
aislador para cielos rosee I moda-
ras, lavamanaa axcuiaat, ore. o
lea precios ms bajee en plata.
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Vi*, la...
.Jiff"* ,'," ''"- ToL
3-1501"
SE VENDE:BROCHAS de cerda no-
tufol. Cepillos de olambre. Pintu-
ras. Esn-.altes. Bornices. Aceite II-
nazo. Trementina.
Villanyeva y Tejeira Ca. Ltde.
SE VENDE:Sellolotodo poro topar
goteras. Vidrios alambrados. Vi-
drios poro azteos de uno pulgada
de espesor.
Villanueve y Tejeira Cia. Ltde.
SE VENDE:Un estante, juego del
sola tapizado, refrigeradora "West-
inghouse" y mezcladora. Avenida
"B" No. 89 altos, Apto. 7.
VNDESE. Mobiliario residencio^ 2
estufos, 2 refrigeradoras, juego fi-
no comedor, 3 juegos recmaras. 1
juego sala, etc. Magnficas condl-1
cinos conservacir. Precio reduci-1
dsimo. Casa esquina. Colle II y;
Avenida Primera frente Aeropuer- i
to, Poitilla. Lime Tel. 2-1456.
10%
3x7 16.75
2.5 x 7 15.50
2x7 14.75
Ricardo A. Mir,
U
Callo 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
El pacto entre E. U.
y Franco ayudar la
campaa comunista
LONDRES, Julio 18. (UP).
Un portavoz del Ministerio do
Relaciones Exteriores de Gran
Bretaa dijo que cualquier pac-
to entre Estados Unidos y Es-
paa "debilitar las barreras
contra el comunismo".
El portavoz dijo que "cual-
quier asociacin entre Estados
Unidos y Espaa ayudar a la
propaganda comunista a ape-
lar ante la opinin no comu-
nista y antl-totalitarla de Eu-
ropa Occidental que recuerda
que la pasada guerra mundial
ue librada contra el totalita-
rismo en todas sus formas".
"El Gobierno de Su Majestad,
por supuesto, no discute el de-
recho de Estados Unidos a lle-
gar a un acuerdo bilateral. Pe-
ro el Gobierno britnico es de
la opinin que tal paso debili-
tar las barreras contra el co-
munismo, las cuales es deber
de Estados Unidos y Gran Bre-
taa, fortalecer".
Alfonso Frazer (CH) ,
Rubn Herrera (M) ___
Francisco Slbauste (B).
Sebastin Pons (CV) ..
Antonio Castorina (MS)
.239
.225
.186
.175
.160
.155
.155
.141
.119
.114
.111
.104
NOTA: Significado de las abreviaturas: J Juegos C Ca-
nastas, FI Faltas Intentadas, FE Faltas Encestadas FP -
Faltas Personales, FT Faltas Tcnicas, PT8. Puntos B
Carta vfel" Madurlt0' CH che8terield, M Mauricio, CV
Incluye todos los Juegos hasta la fecha.
HUMBERTO E. TEJADA V
Compilador Oficial de la Lifa
' Provincial de Basketball
Panam. Julio 17 de 1951.
SE ALOUILAN:Tres locles propios
pora oficina en los altos de la co-
sa No. 85 de la Avenida B, llamar
Tel. 2-1032 Sr. Carreras.
VENTA ESPECIAL
Estufas a gas de 3 fogones y
horno, con encendedor auto-
mtico y control de tempera-
tura, slo
B/. 69.50
CLNICA, equipado, altos Farmacia
Solazar, colla 16 Oeste No. 28.
Panom.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA: Niero con expe-
riencia, para cuidar dos nios. De-
be dormir a*i el empleo. Calle 44
No. 34. Apto. 1.
SE VENDE: Hochas. Machetes.
Coas. Azadones. Palas. Picos. Ca-
rretillas. Llaves de tubo. Mazos.
MartiHos de carpintero.
Villanueve y Tejeira Cia. Ltaa.
SE VENCEMolla mosquito de bron-
ce. Planchas de cobre. Lminas pla-
nas de aluminio. Tel. 2-0540.
Villanueve y Tejeira Cia. Ltde.
SE VENDE:Una congeladora v uno
refrigeradora de 4 huecos. Precio
de gongo. Llame 2-2882 de 7 -
12 a. m,
Habr concierto
en honor de la
Rep. de Colombia
Continuando la serie de con-
ciertos grancolombianos, con los
I cuales se honra a los pases
.que pertenecieion al haz de
| naciones denominado la Gran
Colombia, la Banda Repupblica-
na ofrecer, bajo los auspicios
del Departamento de Cultura
del Ministerio de Educacin, un
concierto en el tradicional par-
que de Santa Ana, la noche del
19 de los corrientes. El Coro
del Liceo de Seoritas cantar
los himnos de Colombia y Pa-
nam. El programa ejecutado
por la Banda, ofrece algunos
nmeros de msica colombiana
que, no dudamos han de ser
recibidos con agrado por el
pblico capitalino.
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NESIROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Cali* )( Eat* Na. 4 Tel. 1-2(00
LAMPARAS
Para Residencias
'Estados Unidos ya no tiene
dentro de sus fronteras los
fundamentos de su seguridad'
As lo declar Nelson Rockefeller en el Comit de
Relaciones Exteriores al referirse a loa bene-
ficios del Programa del Punto Cuatro
WASHINGTON. Julio 18 (UP)
Nelson Rockefeller declar
que los Estados Unidos "ya no
tiene dentro de sus fronteras los
fundamentos de su propia se-
guridad".
Dijo que los Estados Unidos
ha llegado a depender tanto de
las fuentes extranjeras para la
obtencin de las materias pri-
mas que necesita, que "la fuer-
za total de nuestra economa
est basada en los paises extran-
jeros, en su mayora paises no
desarrollados".
Rockefeller, quien fue Secre-
tarlo de Estado Adjunto, hizo
tales declaraciones ante el Co-
mit de Relaciones Exteriores
sobre la proyectada ayuda eco-
nmica v mitar norteamerica-
na a los paises extranjeros por i
un otal de 8,500 millones de d-i
lares.
' Agreg que el llamado progra-
ma del "Punto Cuatro" para a-
yudar a los paises no desarrolla
dos econmicamente era parts i
integral del plan global de ayu-1
da a las naciones extranjeras,!
ya que como las materias prl-[
. mas que necesita los Estados U-
nldos proceden de aquellos pai-
ses, est en el inters de sto]
mantener a dichos paises dentro i
del mundo libre.
Aadi que "si los pueblos de-1
tras del teln de hierro ven el
adelanto de esos paises no des-
arrollados, quizs deseen incor-1
porarse a nuestra dinmica so-
ciedad".
SE VENDE:Pesa plataforma 1,000
libro capaedod. S. A. Villegas.
Tel. 2-124? Ave. P. Arosemeno
SE NECESITA:Buena CSC*-
sepo disponer. Ini:' :.r*o
sin buenas refe' Avenida
San Martin 2.
SE NECESITA:Una empleada qua
sepo eocinor. Acudo o Via Espa-
a No. 54. oltos.
UNA VERDADERA GANGA!
Mueblera Casa Sparton
Central 223, Calidonia.
Tel. 2-1M1.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda paro per-
sono solo que sepo planchar. Ave.
Ancn No. 86. Apio. 5.
SE NECESITA:Empleado pora ofi-
cios domsticos en calle 26 Este
No. 10, apartamento I.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera, que sepo
su oficio. Colle 13 Oeste No. 55.
altos.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda de bueno
presencio. Imprescindible tenqo
experiencio Buen sueldo. Calle 52
coso No. 8. Apto. 4.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda para ofi-
cio! de cosa en generol, debe ser
competente y lene- buenos referen-
cios. poro informes dirijose o Ave.
Central No. 247 altos, apartamento
- COMPAA oil CANAL OE
rANAMA OFRECE IN VINTA UN
IOIFICIO
So vende al major postor el edificio
No. 330. Gotn. al Clubhouse de
Chagras. Sa roeibirir propuestas en
pliegos cerrodos. en el despacho del
Superintendent, de Almacenes. Bol-
boo. hosto las 10 v 30 -de la maa-
na del 27 de Julio de 1951. cuan-
do so han de abrir er pblico. Se pue-
den conseguir los formularios poro
las propuestas, cor los pormenores
completos, en los oficios del Super-
intendente de Almacenes. Balboa y
en los de los Admin.jtrodores de Ca-
sas (Housing Managers) en Crist-
bal y en Gatur..
SE NECESITA
UN VENDEDOR
Prominente firma norteamericana de, artculos de
tocador necesita los servicios de un joven panameo
de 18 a 25 aos de edad, que hable ingls y castellano,
para que trabaje como vendedor principalmente en la
ciudad de Panam, con viajes ocasionales a otros pun-
tos de la Repblica. Los aspirantes deben enviar sus
solicitudes por escrito, dando datos personales, educa-
cin, experiencia y referencias a:
R. A. G.
________Apartado 819 Panam, R. de P.
Desde el primer clavo
hasta que la casa est
a su disposicin lo
ofrecemos siempre los
mejores materiales de
construccin y pintu-
ra* Sherwin Williams
que le darn seguri-
dad y completa satis-
faccin
&""'*Mi,
Experimentos
con antibiticos
obtienen xitos
NUEVA YORK, Julio 18 (UP)
La administracin de antibi-
ticos permitir 'aca'bar con les
enfermedades venales en cate
pais" y por tanto en o',.os
paises.
Esa es la conclusin a que
han llegado varios mdicos del
hospital local de Harlem, uego
de numerosos experimentos c^n
terramlclna y aureomleina ad-
ministradas por a via oral. Esa
conclusin "na sido corroborada
por la Facultad de Medicina de
Georgia.
Los mdicos neoyorquinos tra-
taron con terramlclna numero-
sos casos de enfermedades ve-
nales, obteniendo 92,8 por cien-
to de curaciones sin reaccioi.es
secundarias al antibitico.
Los resultados de la admi-
nistracin de terramlclna y a
veces aureomleina fueron, en o-
pinln de los mdicos, tan re-
nos como los logrados con las
inyecciones Intramusculares de
penicilina.
PAPEL en rollo
de 18 y 24 pulgadas
.' MANILA
VASOS
"H" de 6, 7. 8 y
10 onzas
BATERAS
para Flashlights
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
SE VENDEN
VIDRIOS
DE H DE GRUESO DE LAS
SIGUIENTES MEDIDAS:
36 x M"
36 x 60"
48 x 60"
48 x 72"
MUEBLERA
LA COMPETIDORA
Calle 16 Oeste 47.
Telfono 2-3181.
La Fuerza y Luz mantiene q'
cumple la ley en todo cas
de suspensin de servicios
/.*
Ave. Norte 83 Tel. 2-0610
Caire Martin Sosa No. S
Tel. 3-1424.
Surge disputa
tas de que los rojos no sacarn
ventajas del cese de fuego.
Hasta el momento las nego-
ciaciones han tomado 16 horas
,y 48 minutos en seis reuniones.
Atacan con msica
ron de trabajar, los curlosoj 10-
dearon a los msicos, el trl'.co
se paraliz, y el sorprendido Al-
calde pregunt qu pasaba.
Al saberlo, se le pag a los
guerreros musicales inmediata-
mente.
Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con SO velas da ruana da luz blanca
moderna. Permanece encendida SO
I" J"* .'."16" de k"osie- Toma
SUL^mm y ,'o'amente % de
"OeENE. Completamente segura-
rio explota ni necesita generador ni
bomba. No produce humo ni maloa
olores a tan sencilla que un nlflo
puede prenderla. Nunca vista en Pa-
nam a Precio tan Bajo
por slo...B/.9.95
Tenemea tedoe los Repuestos!
Da Venta en tadas las FKRBETEBUAa
v MUEBLERAS.
Distribuidores:
W0NG CHANO. S. A.
Coln Calle t y Ave. Ralbas
Tel 303.
ranam. Ave (entral ti
Tel. 2-27
SE REQUIERE AGENTE y
DISTRIBUIDOR
nico er, Panam para la dis-
tribucin de una gran varie-
dad de receptores de radio y
televisin de manuftelara
britnica "Etronic." Para ob-
tener detalles completos escri-
ban a: Messrs. Associated Ex-
ports. Ltd., 6 Laurence Pount-
ney Hill. Londres E. C. 4, In-
glaterra.
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B .o.SO
Entrega
inmediata
Reparaciones
generales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E 22
Tel S-171S
SE VENDE
Plywood de de grueso
Madera fina.
MEDIDAS
36 x 72" .....a B/.4.00
48 x 72" ..... 5.00
MUEBLERA
LA COMPETIDORA
Calle 18 Oeste 47.
Telfono: 2-3181.
Al ser entrevistado el Jefe
del Departamento Legal de la
Compaa Panamea de Fuer-
za y Luz, don Edmundo Moli-
no, acerca de los cargos que
se le han formulado a la com-
paa de que ella acostumbra
suspender los servicios elctri-
cos de .sus clientes en mora,
"sin llenar los requisitos exi-
gidos por la ley", que pres-
Los diplomticos de
Hungra ya no son
deseables en E. U.
WASHINGTON Julio 16 (USIS)
La presencia de dos diploma-
ticos hngaros en los Estados
Unidos ya no es deseada por
este pais, segn anuncia el De-
partamento de Estado.
El anuncio del Departamento
dice que se ha enviado comu-
nicacin a la legacin de Esta-
los Unidos en Budapest en el
sentido de que lit presencias de
Lajos Nagy, encargado de nego-
cios y dei agregado Peter Var-
konyi, ambos de la Legacin
hngara en Washington, no es
ms deseada por los Estados
Unidos.
El Departamento ha solicita-
do a la Legacin de EE. uu. en
Budapest que trasmita esta In-
formacin al gobierno hngaro.
cinde de los trmites de los
avisos mediante edictos, y quo
recibe "paquetes de edictosii
previamente firmados" para qus|
la Compaa pueda actuar r-|
pidamente contra sus clientes
en mora, dicho jefe del De-
partamento legal nos respon-
di asi:
"Con el objeto de evitar dis-
cusiones, habra preferido no
hacer comentarlos de ningu-
na clase sobre este particular,
no obstante lo Infundado da
esos cargos, pero voy' a per-
mitirme hacerle la sigulents |
explicacin, no como una r-
plica al comunicado oficial, si-1
! no como una Informacin al |
pblico.
"Tan pronto como transcu-,
rren dos (2> meses sin que el]
cliente haya pagado sus cuen-
tas, se le llama por telfo-
no, si lo tiene, para recordarle
que se encuentra' en mora y
pedirle que mande a pagar sus
cuentas. Si despus de un tiem-l
po prudencial no lo hace, so'l
presenta una demanda judicial'
que el Tribunal tramita, y,
mientras ste no decrete I
suspensin del servicio, no (
le corta la luz a nadie.
SE NECESITAN:
Dos jvenes y dos seoritas
de buena presencia con expe-
riencia en ventas. Sueldo b-
sico, comisiones. Ave. Central
38. Oficina 404 de a 9 a.m.
solamente.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Que por Escritura Pblica
No. 1272, del 16 del presente.
de la Notarla Primera del
Circuito, he comprado al Sr.
Jo6 Hajln Chay Cedeo, el
establecimiento comercial que
funciona en el edificio No. 3
de la Calle C, de esta ciudad.
Luis Antonio Chang Morales.
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y T x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-158.?
Expertos en moneda
lucharn contra la
inflacin en E. U.
WASHINGTON, Julio 18
(USIS) El doctor Nilo R. Ber-
ttbesi, ex-Mlnistro del Tesoro
del Uruguay, ha sido electo Pre-
sidente de un Comit Interau-e-
ricano de expertos en finanzas,
Comit que se reuni aqu ei lu-
nes para considerar las medicas
antlnfaclonarias en el Heir!s-
ferlo Occidental. Rodrigo C-
rnea. Subdirector del Banco de
Mxico, fu electo Vicepresi-
dente.
El Comit, integrado por re-
presentantes de los bancos n-
trales, tesoreras y otras depen-
dencias fiscales de las repbli-
cas americanas, fu convocado
por el Consejo Econmico y So-
cial Interamerlcano a solicitud
cr la Cuarta Reunin de Con-
sulta de Ministros de Relacior.wS
Exteriores efectuada en Wash-
ington del 26 de marzo al 7 de
abril. Su objeto es estudiar los
mtodos para el mantenimiento
del poder adquisitivo de las di-
visas y mantener tambin iaa
reservas monetarias.
Se espera que la reunin du-
rar aproximadamente dos se-
manas. No se ha Iniciado con
un temarlo oficial preparado de
antemano. Se espera la pai Lid-
parln de doce naciones, an
cuando no han llegado an
todas.
Jorge MeJIa Palacio. Preslden-
|te del Consejo Econmico y Se-
dal Interamerlcano. dio. la bien
venida a los delegados al ini-
ciarse te primera sesin'
"Nunca hemos entendido la
falsa especie de que la Com-
paa recibe "paquetes de edic-
tos previamente firmados" pa-
ra poder actuar rpidamente
contra nuestros dientes. Y di-
go falsa especie.- porque sien
do como es el "edicto" una no-
tificacin escrita que el secre-
tarlo del Tribunal le hace al
demandado, y que l mismo
"fija" y "desfija" en el es-
trado del Tribunal o que deja
en la casa del demandarlo, c-
mo pueden remitirse esos edlc-J
tos por paquetes previamente
firmados a la Compaa, para
que acte rpidamente contra
sus clientes? Las notificaciones
por edicto se cumplen por el
transcurso del tiempo y no
comprendemos asi cmo pue- ,
da afirmarse semejante despro- !
psito.
"81 las empresas elctricas no*
reciben mensualmente el valor
de los servidos que prestan al
pblico, cmo podran sta*
mantener y continuar sumlnii-1
trndolos? El combustible y los
materiales que se requieren pa-'j
ra producir la energa elctri-
ca, no se venden al crdito,
ni los salarios de los obreros
pueden dejar de pagarse men-
sualmente. asi es pues que. en
un imperativo categrico cobrar
las cuentas de servicio por los I
medios legales que la Compa-
a cumple estrictamente".
Construirn dos
nuevos barcos para
Ca. Panamea
WASHINGTON, Julio 18 (UP> j
La Administracin Maritunn
anund la aprobacin para la
construccin de dos buques .^n
ques de 29,000 toneladas acia
uno para la compaa de nave- I
acin panamea "Rio Ventora, I
Compaa Naviera 8. A.'. I .ai I
i.aves sern construidas por s* I
Bethlehem Steel Co.



MKRcoim, JtTin i*, vmt
' I allll
RxmrmNftttiaNT oiHvin vrtinau'v vwvhtvj tt
PAGINA 8IETI
Se presenta nueva y
excitante belleza
de la Pantalla
Debra Paget, la nueva y exi-
tante estrella de la pantalla,
ha sido conceptuada por los
crticos y esta opinin na sido
confirmada por los pblicos co-
mo la Joven actriz del cine que
ms admiradores cuenta, por
laa mltiples cualidades que la
adornan.
Lo interesante del caso, es
que tanto los critlcos como el
pblico, casi siempre que se
j1 refieren a Debra Paget, lo ha-
cen comparndola con la en-
cantadora estrella de la pan-
talla, Linda Darnell.
Acaso no les falte razn al
hacer este Involuntario paran-
gn, pues Debra Paget, tiene
como Linda Darnell una belle-
ra de tipo latino, y posee co-
mo la bella actriz un tempe-
ramento dulce, amable y ca-
rioso, que le permiten con-
quistarse, desde el primer mo-
mento los corazones de cuan-
tos la tratan.
8in embargo, aaden muchos
de los crticos, hay otros pa-
recidos espirituales entre De-
Jjra Paget y Linda Darnell y se
Sita entre muchos el hecho de
que Debra Paget, como Linda
Darnell, Jams rechaza un pa-
pel por insignificante que ste
sea. Linda Darnell, temblorosa
como una zagala, se pasa las
noches en vela estudiando un
papel cuando lo estima difcil,
pues, como buena actriz no
confia mucho de su buena es-
trella sino de sus estudios, y
Debra Paget, Igualmente ner-
viosa', vive minutos de angustia
y derrama torrentes de lgri-
mas, cuando el papel que se
le ha*encomendado, lo estima
superior a sus facultades hls-
trlnlcas.
Pero,- 'lo mismo que Linda
Darnell, Debra Paget, no re-
chaza nunca, por difcil que
sea un papel y hace todo cuan-
to est da su parte por supe-
rarse y ponerse a tono con is
circunstancias; tal y como en
''Horas de Espanto", pelcula
Fox en la que tiene un papel
de trascedentalislma Importan-
cia al lado de Richard Base-
hart.
Aura ai poso
te tinte Mil
sil laxantes fuertes
"Mi esposo necesit pildora y me-
dicinas todas les noches, durante
fio Despus empez a tomar
All-Bran Y no vol-
vi tener proble-
na" Esto afirma
la seora Thyra
'Nelson. Star Route
I. Bos $51. Union.
Wash Un testimo-
nio mis. espontaneo.
Quiz usted obtenga idntico resul-
tado, li su estreimiento se debt
a (alta de volumen. Tome cada
di una onza de All-Bran y to-
me agua en abundancia Mu>
pronto te sentir mucho meior.
Emplea Ud.
lo misma
crema dental
que usaba
en 1948
> O f i iitd no $t
nli proitfirndn rktJ:
mtntt contri It carita
rfrattl. poet h deatf-
frieo na cantiit Amo-
lis y Ctrbamiia. Par
I* proteccin efectiva
contri li cama exija
uitad al original
Amm-wtait. a bate de
amonio,... polvo
Distribuidores:
DIMELO CON CHEWS. Usando 179 automviles v 44,000 pies cuadrados de espacio, la Di-
visin de Detroit de la Chevrolet saluda a la ciudad en su 250o. aniversario. El resultado
un ,,auto"-grafo de la compaa an tributo a la ciudad industrial.________________ .
Conferencia sobre
el seguro dictar
Unin de Mujeres
La Unin de Mujeres Istme-
as tUMIi iniciar desde la
prxima semana sus conferen-
cias pblicas con el tema del
Segur Social.
La primera de estas charlas
estar a cargo del seor Efrain
Candancdo C, alto empleado
de la Caja de Seguro Social y
tendr lugar en el Instituto
Nacional el mircoles a las ocho
de la noche.
Presentar al conferencista hi
distinguida Profesora Otilia
Arosemena de Tejelra, Catedr-
tica de Pedagoga en nuestra
Universidad.
Se invita al pblico en gene-
ral y muy especialmente a los
maestros, profesores y estudian-
tes que estn Interesados en co-
nocer la doctrina, los fines y la
tcnica del Seguro Social.
La Gerencia de la Caja de
Seguro Social, informa al p-
blico que los cheques para los
Jubilados, tanto del Estado co-
mo de la Caja sern entregados
el 24 de los corrientes a partir
de la 2 de la tarde.
Cuando loa dolo:** producido* por
1 rumatlamo. artrltla, n.uritfa,
lumbago, citica, maouloa adolori-
dos, coyuntura hinchad*, la ator-
menten, obtena ftomlnd .n la
botica en aegulda, Remind la alivi-
ara rpidamente, permitindole
dormir y trabajar cmodamente. No
uf ra Inn.c.aarianianta. Obtenga
amina hoy mtamo.
Las ganancias de
una pelcula para
nios refugiados
Todas las ganancias que reci-
ba la productora de la pelcula
documental "El Manantial E-
terno" irn a dar a la Socie-
dad Protectora de los Nios Re-
fugiados en Israel, llamada
"Children to Palestine, Inc."
Esta sociedad benfica fue
fundada por el doctor Samuel
A. Ellot, hijo del Presidente de
la Universidad de Harvard en
1943, cuando Hitler llevaba a
cabo su programa de odio y
exterminacin a la raza judia.
Su objeto era doblen rescatar
a los hurfanos resultantes de
las persecuciones, llevndolos a
Israel, y "juntar los esfuerzos
de grupos de cristianos y Ju-
dos que hacia tiempo trataban
de llegar al mismo objeto.
La sociedad ha creado Junto
con numerosas granjas agrco-
las, talleres de artes y oficios
donde actualmente trabajan en
la Tierra Santa decenas de
miles de muchachos en cuyos
rostros, ayer angustiados por
el terror de la guerra y de la
persecucin, se nota hoy una
esperanza en el porvenir y la
alegra de vivir.
La pelcula "El Manantial E-
terno", que exhibir el 25 de
Julio el teatro Lux ha sido pro-
ducida por la distinguida dama
neoyorquina Dorothy Sllversto-
ne, quien est recibiendo aplau-
sos del mundo entero por su
benfica corri humanitaria la-
bor.
Lea ''El Aviso Oportuno"
Los comunistas de
Togliatti quieren
nuevas elecciones
ROMA, Julio 18 (UP) El
dirigente comunista Paimiro
Togliatti pidi la convocacin a
nuevas elecciones en Italia pa-
ra solucionar la crisis de go-
bierno provocada por las renun-
cias del Gabinete del Premier
Alclde de Osperl.
Togliatti dijo a los periodistas
que presentar su peticin al
Presidente Luigi Einaudi cuan-
do lo visite hoy para consulla s
Alcide de Gaspar!
Dijo Togliatti: "Le pediremos
que el pueblo italiano sea lla-
mado a expresar su juicio sobre
el Gobierno y su poltica en ti-
nas elecciones generales. En
nuestra opinin, el nuevo Go-
bierno que presida las eleccio-
nes debe se encabezado por un
hombre que est por sobre os
partidos polticos. La seria cri-
sis que ha surgido dentro de!
partido que tiene una arrolla-
dura mayora en el Parlamento
es el resultado de una poltica
llena de errores Hoy, el propio
partido de De Gsperi se ha dado
cuenta que el pas est canua-
do de una poltica basada ex-
clusivamente en el Pacto del
Atlntico y en un programa n-
tlcomunlsta".
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
/nejores programas
"Ice Vogues de 1951" vendr
a Panam con su conjunto de
patinadores de hielo pronto
Los 46 patinadores del espec-
tculo "Ice Vogues of 1951" par-
tieron de Miami el domingo a
las 3:30 de la tarde (15 de ju-
lio vuelo 495) a bordo de i.n
Clippers de la Pan American
World Airways en el viaje ini-
cial de una jira de 25,500 kil-
metros por Hispanoamrica.
El famoso conjunto, compues-
to de artistas de las funciones
auspiciadas por la organizacin
teatral Holiday Ice Company,
har primero escala en La Ha-
bana. Este viaje, que es una de
las excursiones areas ms ex-
tensas en los anales del teatro,
es el tercero que el mismo gru-
po hace por los pases hispanos.
La compaa cuenta con cle-
bres patinadores del continente
europeo, y de Norte y Sur Am-
rica.
Despus de dos semanas en
La Habana el conjunto prose-
guir viaje a Bogot, Colombia.
Un Clippers carguero de la
PAA transportar de Miami a
La Habana, y ms luego a Bo-
got, los 3,182 kilos de decora-
clones y vestuarios que usar el
grupo teatral. En Bogot el
grupo incorporar a su equipo
una mquina porttil de fa-
bricar hielo. La mquina pesa
2.728 kilos y acompaar a los
artistas durante el resto de la
EE.UU., Australia
y Nueva Zelandia
firman, un tratado
WASHINGTON, Julio 18 (UP)
Estados Unidos, Nueva Ze-
landia y Australia firmaron un
tratado de seguridad mu.i,
mediante el cual sas tres po-
tencias se comprometen a "ac-
tuar para hacer frente al peli-
gro comn" si cualquiera de e-
llas es atacada.
El tratado, que tiene que sor
ratificado por los tres ooier-
nos para que entre en visor,
declara que los tres pases de-
sean exponer "pblica y oficial-
mente su unin de modo ^ue
ningn posible agresor pued*
liegar a creer que ellos se en-
cuentran aislados en la zona del
pacfico".
El convenio fu firmado for
John Foster Dulles por Es.isos,
Unidos; el Embajador Pircy
Spender por Australia y el Em-
bajador Cari Berendhen < pot
Nueva Zelandia. Con la firma
cit ste tratado se han termina-
do vlrtualmente los planes pa-
ra garantizar la paz en el Pac-
lico.
Es una poderosa Planta de
Fuerza Motriz
con Sistema Automtico
de Suspensin
Una nueva combinacin
de caractersticas continua
y automticamente regula
al equilibrio del auto ti las
condiciones del terreno.
Y recuerde que loa Ford
destinados a esta regin
han sido especialmente
adaptados a las condiciones
de terreno tpicas de la
localidad.
con 43 caractersticas Adelantadas
El Ford 1951 posee 43 nuevas caractersticas
todas concebidas con miras al futuro. El
Arranque Automtico a Llave proporciona
arranques ms rpidos ...y los Frenos "King
Size" Supersellados paran con mayor facilidad.

... el nico V-8 de precio mdico
En esta categora, slo el Ford puede
ofrecer la potencia de un auto de
lujo ... el mpetu sin par de un V-8.
; Y el Ford V-8 cuesta mucho menos
que la mayora de los autos de seis!
con el econmico Productor
Automtico de Kilometraje
Sntesis de un maravilloso sis-
tema de carburacin, encen-
dido y combustin que extra*
la ltima gota de potencia a la
ltima gota de combustible.
SASSO & CA.
Are. Central #1* Tal. t-eSle
Podr pajar ms pero
no hacer mejor compra que un
Ford V-8
VALO en los salones
del Concesionario FORD!
Jira.
Aunque no se han confirmado
las escalas que la compaa tea-
tral har despus de s\- perma-
nencia en Bogot, el itinerario
actual por las rutas d. la Pan
American y sus afiliados inclu-
ye funciones en: Barranqullla,
Colombia; Puerto Espaa, Tri-
nidad; Belem, Recife, Salvador,
Rio de Janeiro y Sao Paulo.
Brasil; Montevideo, Uruguay;
Buenos Aires y Rosario, Argen-
tina; Santiago y Valparaso,
Chile; Lima, Per; Guayaquil,
Ecuador; Cali y Medellin, Co-
lombia y Panam.
Bajo los planes actuales, la
compaa no regresar a sus o-
flernas principales de Miami
hasta la prxima primavera.
No se ha decidido si el grupo
regresar directamente de Pa-
nam a Miami o si pasar de
Panam en jira por Centro-
amrlca y Mxico.
Qu fortuna
1 tener esta
madrecita,
Afortunado el beb cuya mam
lo lava con Jabn Johnson y lo
frota con Aceite Johnson que
protegen y favorecen la piel.
selos usted tambin!
ACEITE
Y
JABN
JOHNSON
l m.ff par a/ nio .
la m.i.r pmtm mli
flovuwm-i^orvvwtm
AL DIABLO. Cuando hace muchp calor las peleonas hacen
cosas que parecen increbles. asi sucedi con este nio en
Memphis, Tenn. Como el dia estaba demasiado caluroso,
pues se quit la ropa y asjui lo tenemos.________
Red Panamericana
tiene los
meiores programas
-

Un hombre cuyos servicios
d. debe conocer:
.o

it
Panama Tours
le ofrece los siguien-
tes servicios sin costo
adicional:
.**

m
m
m
m
r
na

S, encargo de lodos sus
r,rvoeione. de vio|s-
U escoge los ***_**
pintorescas, Y ?*_;
eo/as y viora colaterales.
U ayudo eon to documen-
tacin.
U informo obreorrfo. y
cambio do monedas,
i- clara cualquier dudo
r.,pectool elimo-ropa que
debe llevar, propinas, etc.
Con gusto *P,i" om'
pliamenf. sobre la. excur
r**. Broniff Norte y
Sud-Amerieo.
\ V
1AJ. S. J(. ZJrapnelt
AGENTE DE PASAJES BRANIFF
Panama Tours
Avenid. Tiveli, #)|
H aqu un Hombre cordial y
siempre al servicio del viajero. Sv
largo experiencia en. materia
de transporte areo es la
mejor garanti de *u vatfosa ayuda
cuando usted viaja.
lo Agencia de Pataje* Panamc
Tours tiene sus oficinas en Avena*
Trvoti, 18. El Sr. Trapnot,
Agente outorizodo MANIFF, can
muchsimo gusto le informar sobra
nuestros lincas al Centra y eJ
Oeste norteamericanos, y acerca de
nuestro vuelo "El Conquistador*
a Sud America.
S Braniff
1 y[/i7Nn^'.:U AIRWAYS



FAGINA OCHO
BL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE "V
MIRCOLES, JULIO 18, 1951
I'.LARES DE LOS DODGERS. Fuertes colu ninas de los Dodgers dems de los lanzadores
Don Newcombe y Preacher Roe, son Ralph Branca, a la Izquierda, que esta realizando una
(ran labor. Tambin se considera coino Tallo sa la adquisicin del lanzador zurdo Johnny
Schmltz, que aparece en el medio de esta composicin trafica y Erv Pallca que estaba en el
ejrcito y tena dificultades con su brazo y que en la temporada pasada nano 11 luego
Joe Walcott Tratar Esta Noche D<
Arrebatar El Ttulo a E. Charle
Esta es la tercera vez que
se enfrentan estos pgiles
DON ECO Y PTICA SOSA SE DISPUTAN HOY
LA Ia VUELTA DEL BASKETBALL DE CATEDRAL
La Liga de Ftbol deber aduar con lino
en el nombramiento del nuevo federado
Con motivo de la renuncia
del Ing. Norberto Navarro del
cargo de Presidente de la Fe-
deracin Nacional de Ftbol, la
Liga Provincial de Panam de-
ber escoger un nuevo miembro
para que forme parte de la Fe-
deracin; y es posible que ese
tuturo Federado sea presenta-
de en la reunin que tendr
la Federacin el viernes en-
trante.
Los directores de la Liga y
los representantes tienen en
esta forma por delante un asun
to que debern tratar y resol-
ver con toda serenidad y sin-
ceridad, ya que el cargo requie-
re conocimiento, experiencia,
entusiasmo,, espritu deportivo
y firme propsito de laborar
por todos los medios al alcance
por el mejoramiento del balom-
pi nacional.
En nuestro medio hay cierto
nmero de personas que renen
estas condiciones y haran ho-
nor al cargo, y con an poco de
Inters m puede (.-infeccionar
una lista de donde saldra un
buen Delegado de la Liga a la
TFederacin; y entre esas perso-
nas fenclonamos en este mo-
mento a los seores:
Antonio Molino. Gaspar E.
Surez, Orestes Cabredo. Nef-
tal Osplno. Lenidas Sllvera.
Ernesto Pinate, Manuel Sn-
chez D., Carlos Sol B., Arturo
Gmez de Castro. D. Robles.
Jos Padilla. Humberto Fassa-
no, Jos Abeilo, Felipe Villa-
nueva, Manuel Oarcia, Alberto
Domnguez, Horacio Henriquez,
Carmelo Donato, Jul'o E, Prez,
Godofredo Pea, Carlos Chla-
petto Wellington Montano, Nino
Carrillo, Laureano Llaucad,
Osear Suman, Augusto Duque,
Osear Rendoll O. etc.
Aqu no hemos mencionado
al Ing. Norberto Navarro ya que
acaba de renunciar de la Fede-
racin, a Antonio Gramunt,
miembro de dicha entidad; Dr.
Juan Nicosia, Representante de
la Liga ante la Federacin;
Francisco D11 r a n 1, nombrado
Delegado por la Liga Prov. de
Chlrlqui; Anbal Illueca, Repre-
sentante del Gobierno en el
Comit Olmpico, Joaqun Or-
tega, Federado en el Baseball;
Abraham Benedetti, que se en-
cuentra un poco retirado; Ma-
rio Fonseca, Presidente del Club
Pacifico; asi como los actuales
directores de la Liga Provincial
etc.
Como decimos, hay an otras
personas que pueden ser esco-
gidas para ese carg, y la Liga
deber actuar con tino en es-
te asunto, para que el deportis-
ta seleccionado rinda una pro-
vechosa v excelente labor en la
Federacin; ms en estos mo-
mentos en que nuestro balom-
pi necesita elementos de ac-
cin para continuar su lucha
de ascenso y representacin.
ooo
El juego comienza a
las 7:45 p. m. en el
Gimnasio del Maran
o O o
Esta noche se decidir la pri-
mera vuelta del Campeonato
de Basketball de la Liga de Ca-
tedral con el importante parti-
do que sostendrn los equipos
Don eco y ptica Sosa, co-
menzando a las 7.45 p.m. en el
Gimnasio del Maran.
Estos dos quintetos termina-
ron empatados en el primer
lugar de la Justa con cinco
victorias y dos derrotas cada
uno, de manera que el vencedor
de hoy se anexar la primera
jornada, la cual se torn mas
interesante de lo que se espe-
raba al comenzar la Tempora-
da, ya que todos los equipos
lucharon a brazo partido por
ofrecer lucidas actuaciones, ob-
tener la victoria y lograr el
triunfo final.
Medias Rojas, Medias Blancas,
Indios y Yanquis Se Enfrascan
En Gran Lucha En La Americana
Alberto Abertondo
competir en el ,
C. de la Mancha
LONDRES, Julio 18 (UP)El
nadador argentino Alberto Aber
tondo participar en la carrera
de cruce del Canal de la Man-
cha.
Esta carrera ha sido organi-
zada por el peridico "Daily
Mal" con un premio de 1.000
libras esterlinas que se celebra-
r el dia 30 de Agosto.
Deporte de
Los Reyes
Por Humberto Alzamora
"He aqu una Invitacin que
le hace el Jockey Club del Bra-
sil al Jockey Club de Lima, Pe-
r, algo digno y maravilloso en
el "Deporte de Reyes".
"Tomado del peridico "Co-
mercio" de Lima, Per".
Se tom en conocimiento de
la comunicacin remitida por el
Directorio del Jockey Club Bra-
sileo, invitando a los miem-
bros del Comit Directorio
Jockey Club del Per, para
concurrir a presenciar el desa-
rrollo de la prueba ms impor-
tante del Jockey Club Brasileo
o sea el "Gran Premio Brasil
1951", que se co-rer en Rio
de Janeiro el prximo mes de
Agosto. El Directorio acord
por unanimidad aceptar la
amable invitacli. del Jockey
Club Brasileo asi como man-
dar una delegacin presidida
por el seor Pedro Garca Mi-
r, Presidente del Comit Di-
rectivo de la Institucin e in-
tegrada por los Directores se-
ores Ingeniero Luis Felipe
Olaechea y el Doctor Jos Va-
lencia Crdenas.
Un dato curioso hemos podi-
do notar y es sobre la yegua
nacional Tap Girl, que las ma-
yora de sus carreras ganadas
son en la distancia de seis y
medio forlongs. Asi como ya es-
tn provenidos.
JOE WALCOTT
Con 37 aoi y seis hijo as-
pira al campeonato mundial
por quinta vex.
PITTSBURGH. Julio 18 (UP)
Jersey Joe Walcott el ms
viejo y persistente retador por
el cetro pesado, aspirar hoy
por quinta vez a conquistar la
corona de la divisin, en la pe-
lea que celebrar contra el ti-
tular de esta divisin Ezzard
Charles.
Aunque Walcott cuenta con
37 aos de edad y es padre de
seis nios perdi por tan esca-
so margen en sus dos peleas
anteriores con Charles que se
espera que no menos de 20 mil
fanticos presenciarn este en-
cuentro.
Charles es favorito en las
EZZARD CHARLES
Las dos veces que se ha me-
dido ha pasado gran susto.
apuestas por 4 a 1, pero el vie-
jo Walcott es favorito de los
fanticos que lo 'consideran
algo asi como mrtir desde el
5 de Diciembre de 1847 en que
se aleg que le "robaron" el
triunfo en su pelea por el cam-
peonato con Joe Louis. En la
segunda pelea entre ellos Louls
lo noque.
ge espera que "Walcott pese
192 libras, diez ms que Char-
les. Este puso fin a su entrena-
miento en Llgonler, Pennsllva-
nla ayer y vino en automvil
a esta ciudad. Jersey Joe llega-
r ac hoy de su campo ele
adiestramiento en la vecina vi-
lla de Mckerport.
El ltigo chileno Jos "Paco"
Bravo se encuentra montando
nuevamente en los Estados Un
dos de Norte Amrica, en el
Hipdromo de Hawthorn Park.
En reunin extraordinaria
celebrada ayer en la maana
por el Patronato de Juegos y
Azar, fu votada por unanimi-
dad la reeleccin como- Handi-
caper del seor Ibero Fernn-
dez.
La Sociedad Nacional de Ji-
netes tiene que pagar por se-
mana la suma de B.100.00 a sus
socios que se encuentran reti-
rados por algn accidente;
El ltigo chileno Jorge Con-
treras sall hoy en las primeras
horas de la maana para su
patria.. .Felicidades y buen va
Je.
Con Obediencia y Sumisii
Enviar Nuestro Ftbol
Una Delegacin Al Salvador
Ya no recuerdan cuando los salvadoreos no aci
dieron al llamado de Panam para el
Campeonato Centroamericano
Los dirigentes deportivos lo-
cales no han debido permitir
tan a la ligera el viaje de ju-
gadores de ftbol a la Repbli-
ca de El Salvador para parti-
cipar en un certamen Interna-
cional.
La noticia del viaje del "An-
cn" a El Salvador nos trae a
la memoria los tristes momen-
tos cuando Panam "rog" y
gast gran cantidad de dinero
con el fin de que los salvadore-
os participaran en el campeo-
nato, Centroamericano de ft-
bol. En aquella ocasin varios
fueron los cronistas deportivos
de ios diarios locales, que co-
mentaron con cierta acides el
poco espritu deportivo demo
trado por las autoridades de
portlvas salvadoreas. Se pued
decir que el limitado entusii
mo sin xito del campeonat|
Centroamericano de ftbol
debi al desprecio marcad
que demostraron las federada
nes futboleras de varios pal
centroamericanos hacia la Pe
deracin Panamea, entre ella
la del Salvador y es Iamentabll
que ahora cuando ellos neces|
tan de que Panam particip
en un certamen Internacional
nosotros nos presentemos com
obedientes corderinos. Todavl
podemos desistir del viaje. Se
ra conveniente pagar con l|
misma moned?.
Granillo vs. Frente es el partido de
maana en el bisbol mayor de S. Riti
Por S. H. IVALDI J
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de Santa Rita
Circuito Mayor
G. P. Pje.
Azteca .........____3 1.000
Dragones ..........4 1 .800
Granillo ............ 1 2 .333
Fte. Patritico ..... 4 .000
La Liga de Baseball de Santa
Rita, que sigue sin contratiem-
pos su calendarlo regular, pre-
senta maana en el Estadio
Olmpico a las 4.00 p.m. el In-
teresante partido entre las no-
venas Granillo y Frente Pa-
tritico.
De ganar el Granulo, man-
tendr su opcin para alcanzar
a los puntero*, en esta etapa
n.lentras que la derrota a ma-
nos de los frentistas le resulta-
r perjudicial a sus intereses.
Una victoria sobre los gra-
nllleros, significara un alicien-
te para los defensores del Fren-
te, que an se mantienen en
el oscuro stano de la justa.
J. (Checa) Bazn ser la es-
1 cogencia de la tropa del Grani-
llo para obtener .un nuevj
triunfo y c. Camarena por lo
del Frente.
El prximo encuentro se efecl
tuar el viernes entre los equil
pos Azteca-Dragones a las 4 di
la tarde en t Estadio Olimpiccf
Remn y Mendos
sostienen hoy juego
importantsimo
Los equipos Dep. Remn
Dp. Mendoza se disputan estd
tarde el Campeonato de Ftbol
del Circuito Mayor de la Ligd
del Chorrillo.
Primeramente se haban me]
dido estos dos conjuntos por el
titulo saliendo victorioso en al
quella, ocasin el Remn. perd
el encuentro fu anulado pol
disposicin de la Liga al en{
contrar errada cierta decislif
del arbitro.
El partido est anuncladd
para las 4 y 19 p.m. en puntd
en el cuadro de Barraza y acj
tuar como arbitro Samuel
Darlclns.
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Cuatro equipos se han en-
frascado en una gran lucha
por el trapo le la Liga Ame-
ricana y estn pescuezo a pes-
cuezo despus que los Indio-
derrotaron a los Medias Rojas
por 8 carreras a 6 y los Medias
Blancas a los Yanquis por 4
carreras a 3.
Los Medias Rojas se mantie-
nen en el primer lugar con una
ventaja de 608, los Medias
Blanca, con .605, los Yanquis
terceros con .593 y los Indios
que hr.n ganado 17 de sus lti-
mos 2l partidos en el cuarto
puesto con .590.
Bob Feller derrot a los Me-
dias Rojas por cuarta vez con-
secutiva y asi anexarse -su d-
cimo tercer Juego de esta tem--
porada. Mientras tanto los Me-
dias Blancas, batieron a los
La Fed. Nacional de
Bisbol nombra hoy
su nueva Directiva
Isla noche t. las 7.30 en el
taln de Recreo de la Cerve-
cera Nacional tiene su acos-
tumbrada sesin la Federacin
Nacional de Baseball para Afi-
cionados de Panam y se enca-
rece la puntual asistencia de
todos los federados en especial
la de Arturo del Valle y Alonso
Roy, por los Importantes asun-
tos que se tratarn, entre ellos
el nombramiento de la nueva
mesa directiva que regir los
destinos de la Federacin por
dos aos, se escoger la fecha
para el examen a los aspiran-
tes a director y asistentes a la
Seleccin Nacional y otros pun-
tos de mucho inters para la
suena marcha de la entidad.
COMPRE...
TROPIDURA!,
PROTEJAMOS LA
INDUSTRIA NACIONAL!
Yanquis en el dcimo episodio
cuando Ed Stewa11 conect un
doble y Robinson un single.
Allle Reynolds lanz por los
Yanquis y haba mantenido en
cero a los Medias Blancas has-
ta el sptimo episodio. Saul Ro-
govin lanz toda la ruta por
los ganadores.
En los otros juegos Sandallo
Consuegra obtuvo su quinta
victoria del ao al vencer los
Senadores en el primer juego
a los Carmelitas por 7 a 2. Pe-
ro perdieron el segundo por
2-0.
Los Tigres de Detroit batie-
ron a los Atlticos por 8 a 5
En la Liga Nacional los Pira-
tas batieron a lor Dodgers por
4 carreras a 3 para imponer a
los pumeros de la Nacional su
quinta derrota en los ltimos
seis paitidos. Los Bravos blan-
quearon a los Cardenales por
5 a 0. Los Phillies hicieron lo
mismo con las 'tojos por 10 a 0
en el segundo Juego despus de
haber perdido el primero gana-
ron el segundo por 9 a 8.
Antonio Cerda va
de 5o. en torneo
de golf en Pars
PARIS, Julio 18 (UPiEl ar-
gentino Antonio Cerda uno de
los favoritos para ganar el tor-
neo abierto de golf de Francia
termin ayer tarde las primeras
dos vueltas empatado en el
quinto lugar con el ingls Hen-
ry Contton y el francs Hean
Batiste con un total de 142 gol-
pes.
El campen eglDcio Hasin
Hassanlan anot 137, 13 baio
par, para colocarse en el pri-
mer lugar. Sesundo con un to-
tal de 139 qued el escocs Eric
Brown. 34 de los 57 Jugadores
de los once pases qi'e Ip'cIr-
ron el torneo calificaron pata
las il ->* d*w vueltas que se
jugarn esta semana.
El Feris se impuso
al Roque en reido
pleito de ftbol
En la 2a. de la justa
colonense triunfaron
A. Bravo y Arguelles
COLON, Jullc 18 (B.Q.) Muy
Interesantes y satisfactorios re
sultaron los tres partidos que
ofreci ltimamente la Liga de
Ftbol de Coln, continuando
los Campeonatos de la. y 2a.
en el Estadio de esta ciudad,
.s;.lmelo airosos el Abel Bravo
y el Arguelles de la categora
Menor y Dep. FerLs del Circui-
to Mayor.
El primer Juego de la tarde
en Abel Bravo y Panam Spor-
ting fu una fcil victoria pa-
ra los pupilos del profesor Mu-
rillo que salieron airosos por
6 a 1.
El otro partido de segunda
entre Centuria Jr. y Arguelles
result sensacional, los dos
equipos se enfrascaron en una
lucha por conseguir el triunfo,
ninguno daba paso atrs, y sus
jugadores rendan todo lo que
tenan para no caer vencidos,
pero la suerte estuvo de parte
del Arguelles que en feliz en-
trada acab con el Invicto del
Centuria por un goal a cero.
El evento de la divisin ma-
yor fu tambin de .los buenos.
y en tres ocasiones se empat
el tsblero entre el Deportivo
Roque y el Feris; estos ltimos
j aprovecharon el cansancio del
! Roque y en lo? minutos finales
| marcaron los dos tantos que le
, dl la victoria, terminando el
' partido con cinco goles pata
' el Feris por tres del Roque;
esta derrota del Roque bien se
' le puede acreditar a la falta
de su portero titular Bermdez
que falt ft la cita.
Para el domingo prximo la
Liga de Ftbol de Coln anun-
cia los siguientes juegos, co-
menzando a la una de la tarde
en al Estadio de Coln:
Deportivo Afazonat
vs
Panam Sporting
Abel Bravo
vs
Feche Arguelles (3 p.m.)
A las 4 p.m. el Juego de prl-
'ra ca'.'torla.
1 Dosmaa va Deportivo Roque
La Academia de C.
Fsica lanza reto
a los levantadores
La Academia de Cultura F-
sica, para demostrar las exce-
lentes condiciones de su mejor
alumno en el Levantamiento
de Pesas Carlos "Doble Peso
Chvez, de 128 libras, ha dis-
puesto enfrentarlo en una ex-
hibicin contra cualquier le-
vantador d la Repblica y de
cualquier categora. Este desa-
fio es para el Levantamiento
a Pulso (Press), y puede ser en
el lugar que escojan el o los
contendores y a la hora que
deseen. ,
El Director de la Academia
de Cultura Fsica, el popular
Chacn Plata, espera que uno
o varios de los numerosos le-
vantadores de pesas aceptara
el desafo,' y pueden entrevis-
tarse con l en el Gimnasio de
la A. de C. F. en 1 Estadio
Olmpico para amplias la in-
formacin del desafio y arre-
glar todos los detalles que el
caso requiera.
Las Colonenses Cumplen Esta Noche Otro
Comentado Juego Frente Al Daar En Baskel
ARTES Y OFICIOS
DEPORTIVO
Por Miguel A. Jurex
Prosigui ayer la Justa de
ftbol con dos interesantes
partidos que resultaron del a-
erado del pblico. En el prime-
ro los pibes del Dep. Vallarlno
dieron la gran sorpresa al ven-
cer al fuerte conjunto de los
Tauros per dos goles a uno,
sobresaliendo en este choque
Eduardo Vsquez del Vallarlno
que marc los dos tantos y
Csar Moreno qu anot el so-
litario goal de los Tauros.
Este fu el nico encuentro
de la Mediana.
En la categora mayor Juga-
ron el Dep. Dltranl con los
Corsarios, ganando loa primeros
por dos goles a cero, dominando
en su mayor parte el Dltranl;
sobresalieron por este equipo,
Csar Reyna y Manolo Armue-
lles con un tanto cada uno.
En los encuentros de ayer
martes en la continuacin del
ftbol Artesano, los Elctricos
vencieron al Deportivo Quinte-
ro por un tanto a cero, y el
Tun le gan ai Dep. Puga
por 2 a n
La Justa contina hoy con
tres partido', estando a cargo
el primero d- los equipos Dep.
I Garibaldo y Tremendos.
En los hombres chocan
Madurito vs. C. Vieja
y Mauricio vs. Chester
Con dos partidos masculinos
y uno femenino continuar es-
ta noche la contienda de bas-
ketball' de primera categora de
la Liga Provincial de Panam,
corriendo los juegos a cargo de
los equipos:
Madurito vs C. Vieja
7 p.m.masculino
M. Vigor vs Daar
830 p.m.femenino
Mauricio vs Lord. Chester
9.30 p.m.masculino
En el encuentro de las damas
colonenses y Daar se disputa-
rn el comando de la justa,
adems que el equipo victorioso
continuar invicto. Oran inte-
rs ha despertado este cotejo,
>a que las colonenses han me-
jorado mucho, como lo demos-
traron el pasado sbado cuan-
do se Impusieron al Operten..
En los partidos de los hom-
bres, los clgarrllleros defienden
su invicto en el puesto de ho-
nor, mientras que sus rivales
del Mauricio lucharn por en-
I trar en la columna de ganado-
res. En el otro pleito basketbo-
lero de esta noche los licore-
ros tratarn de mantenerse en
el segundo puesto y el Madu-
rito se empear tambin en
obtener su primera victoria
para dejar la retaguardia.
Social Deportiva
En esta fecha ajusta un ao
ms de v.'da el entusiasta de-
portista Blas Becclu, destacado
Jugador de Softball, Football y
Basketball de Segunda. Vayan
para el amigo Blasl nuestras
sinceras felicitaciones
n "Kl Avio Ootirtiino'

Alberto encontr algo
mas que un tesoro
cuando...
n baha bonifa, e jefe pe buzos rex-
OfCIAi. De AMARINA, MUKTO SOSA,
eSTABA TOMANPOSC UN OeSCANSO CUANDO..
SIWTO MOLESTARLO, 1 I YO LA
ALBERTO; PCRO A MI NJ PESCAR.
SOBRINA SE L CAV AL\jR. Ruiz
AGUA UNA BOLSA CON
JOYAS DC VALOR
'yatmsmL..oi*.wuMUHmmfmvL^


MIRCOLES, JULIO 18, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
rAGDE NUET1
n| QQmji iwwnw DIDOI mHiiflM [m
HOY
A LAS 8:30 P. M.
CONCIERTO POR LA
ORQUESTA SINFNICA NACIONAL
PRESENTACIN DEL EMINENTE COMPOSITOR Y
DDIECTOR DE ORQUESTA NORTEAMERICANO
DR. JOSEPH WAGNER
Por Primer Vez en Panam la Orquesta Ejecutar
Dos Obras del Director Husped Dr. Wagner
PROGRAMA
IOBERTURA EGMONT, Op. 84................Beethoven
IICUENTO DE UNA PRINCESA...........Joseph Wagner
Para Narrador y Orquesta
IIICONCIERTO EN SOL MENOR
Para Piano y Pequea Orquesta
Solista: El Autor........................Joseph Warner
INTERMEDIO
IVSINFONA No. 5 EN MI MENOR, Op. 84___Tschaikowsky
n
PELIGRO"
Con Dick POWELL y Rhonda FLEMING, en un drama
[pistolero que se estrenar maana Jueves en el CENTRAL.
La Profesional sigue
invicta en el volley-
ball iniercolegial
El Instituto Nal. obtuvo
su primer triunfo en el
Circuito Masculino
El equipo de la Escuela Pro-
fesional continu invicto en el
comando de la Justa Intercole-
gial de Volleyball y el conjunto
del Instituto Nacional entr en
la columna de ganadores, con
sus resDectivas victorias de ayer
en el Gimnasio Nacional.
Las profesionallstas lograron
un holgado triunfo en el cir-
cuito femenino al salir airosas
por forfeit sobre el equipo del
Instituto Nacional.
En cambio los varones del
Nido de guilas lograron un
merecido triunfo sobre el Ins-
tituto Panamericano por 15-5
SESIONARA HOY EL
CLUB DE LEONES
La sesin regular del Club
de Leones de Panam tendr
lugar en el Club Unin a la
hora de costumbre. Esta noche
debutar la nueva directiva e-
lecta para el periodo 1951-52. A-
dems continuar el concurso
de asistencia 100%, y repor-
tarn las comisiones pro-con-
servacin de Colonias Infantiles
y la encargada de la colonia
periodstica Luz Para Todos.
Se ruega una puntual asis-
tencia.
y 15-3 para colocarse en el se-
gundo lugar.
Las contiendas proseguirn
el sbado entrante a las 8 de
la maana en el Gimnasio Na-
cional con cuatro partidos en-
tre los equipos Profesional vs
IPA y Liceo vs Instituto de la
rama Femenina, y Profesional
vs Instituto y Artes vs D?A del
Circuito Masculino.
QLy)lL
MAANA!
XITO DE RISA!

4.&*
RONALD DIANA
REAGAN LYNN
.WALTER aEZAK-KSSE WHIl!^-^(^sfi^)
Con to IH SUATO" i LOU IAISIIM Dm** W KIICK to C0A00VA
I SUCHU KJUIK HUCHA UMVHSM MIWUIUWM
Alemania calific
para semi-finales
de la Copa Davis
MUNICH, Julio 18 (UP)Ale-
mania calific para los finales
del torneo por la zona europea
por la Copa Davis al vencer el
barn Gottfried "on Cram a
Rolando del Bello de Italia por
7-5 7-4, 4-8, y 8-4, en partido
decisivo de los semifinales de
este torneo entre los dos pases.
Alemania se enfrentar en
los finales del torneo al gana-
dor de la serie semifinal entre
Suecia y Filipinas.
La China de Chiang
Kai Shek excluida
de una conferencia
TAIPEI, Formosa, Julio 18
protest vigorosamente contra
ta exclusin del rgimen del Ge-
neralsimo Chiang Kai Shek de
la conferencia de San Francis-
co en que se firmara el tratado
de paz con el Japn.
El Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores dijo que el Gobierno ha
"protestado vigorosamente ante
Estados Unidos" y dijo que el
procedimiento que se ha segui-
do respecto al citado tratado de
paz "no est de acuerdo con ios
principios reconocidos de la jus-
ticia internacional".
El anteproyecto del tratado de
paz con el Japn no contiene
disposicin alguna respecto a
la firma del mismo por la Chi-
na nacionalista o la China co-
munista. .
El Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de la China nacionalis-
ta dijo que aunque las dipscsl-
cones del tratado son acepta-
bies en general, el Gobierno na-
cionalista protestaba por el he-
cho de que en la clusula re-
ferente a los signatarios no se
incluye a China.
RED
Panamericana
1090 Kcs
HOT MIRCOLES
PJ*.
3:3 Don Quikero
dramatlzacln cortesa
Avena Quaker
1:45 Cuarteto Mayo
dirige Rene Santos
Brion est seguro
de que vencer al
ex-campen Louis
NUEVA YORK, Julio 18 (UP)
El boxeador argentino Csar
Brin parti hoy hacia San
Francisco donde se enfrentar
contra el ex-campen Joe Louis
por segunda vez, el da lo. de
Agosto y su manager Hymie
Wallamd dijo que el argentino
saldr el da 4 de Agosto para
Buenos- Aires a visitar a sus
padres.
Brln ha estado entrenando
en esta ciudad y su entrenador
manifest que est atravesando
magnificas condiciones y luce
e nmejores condiciones que
cuando se midi con Louis el
29 de Noviembre de 1950.
Agreg que si Brln vence a
Louls el argentino no podra
pelear en su pas, pues no se
lo permitira, ya que tendr que
prepararse para un encuentro
por el campeonato mundial.
TROPICAL
MAANA!
Su gran amor... EL ORO!
SU nica debilidad...
LAS MUJERES!
stirring
DAVID BRIAN-ARLENEDAHL
BARRY SULLIVAN
i MERCEDES McCAMBRIDGE
PAULA RAYMOND
WITH
CUNDE MIMAN,. LON CHANEY
'EL ULTIMO NAIPE'
(INSIDE STRAIGHT)
COMIENZA MAANA*
EN LOS TEATROS
PRESIDENTE
VARIEDADES
SIMULTANEAMENT
1
LOS 3 GRANDES DEL CINE ESPAOL
ZULLY MORENO
* ARTURO DE CORDOVA
LUIS CESAR AMADORI
EN UNA PELCULA CON EL "SUSPENSO" DE LA
INTERROGACIN Y EL MISTERIO...!
Jijara
Montecristo
TRAS EL ANTIFAZ DE ESE NOMBRE SE OCULTO
UNA MUJER QUE HABA BORRADO SU PASADO
Y ENCUBRA SU PRESENTE...!
4:H Noticiero Pereira
4:15 Dedicatorias
5:45 Drcula, El Hombre
Vampiro
dramatlzacln RPA
8:00 Vibraciones del Aire
e>r Nacho Valds
erima, la Cancionera
Sentimental
6:30 Sucesos de la Humanidad
dramatlzacln RPA
6:45 Sus canciones preferidas
"-) Flavio Garca, acompaa
Lucbo Muoz. Cortesa de
Floristera Valvn
7:00 Solos de rgano
con Lucho Muoz
7:15 Latos de Odio
dramatlzacln. cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel
7:30 Pginas de Amor
dramatlzacln, cortesa de
El guila Imperial
7:45 La Vos Emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
8:00 El Diario de ana Mujer
dramatlzacln, cortesa de
Almacenes La Aurora
8:15 En Vos Baja
con Anita Vlllalaz
cortesa de la mueblera
La Europea
R:30 Mnslca espaola
8:45 Mxico y su msica
:t:0o Mujeres entre Rejas
dramatlzacln, cortesa de
Casa An gel 11 ni
9:15 Serenata de las Americas
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Los Panamericanos
10:15 Francia y su msica
MAANA
ESTRENO!
NI MAS AMIGO QUE DIOS... NI MAS PARIENTE QUE
UN PERRO!... SI QUIERE UD. SER FELIZ SEGN
, ASEGURA LA INEFABLE... *
* SARA GARCIA
ANGEL GARASA
GUSTAVO ROJO
CARMELITA GONZALEZ
UNA COMEDIA FULMINANTE QUE DESATA* UN
HURACN DE CARCAJADAS!
QUE CLARA...! QUE CLARSIMA! QUE CLARIDOSA
ES 'DOA CLARINES"!
LUX
MAANA!
Alre-Acondiclonsdo
FILMADA en la PROPIA
INDIA, EXTRAA V
FABULOSA!
La grande de la M-G-M
para 1951!
Y EN EL
TEATRO CECILIA
Slo el cine puede brindar una aventura espectacular
de esta magnitud!
FILMED AGAINST AUTHENTIC BACKGROUNDS IN MYSTIC INDIA!
Thomas GOMEZ Laurette LUEZ Arnold MOSS y miles mis!
10:30 Hacia un mundo mejor
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas nechea
MAANA JUEVES
AM.
6:00 Buenos das
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero RPA
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca internacional
8:30 Hablan los Astros
con Antlnea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 Clasificados del Dia
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 La Novela Matinal
El rabe
dramatlzacln
11:30 Cuba, su msica y
sus compositores
11:45 Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Concierto Admirable
cortesa Casa Admirablo
12:15 Noticiero "La Hora"
12:30 Solos de rgano
con Lucho Muoz
PRESIDENTE
HOY DIA POPULAR!
DOBLE
PROGRAMA!
35c
Mara Elena Mrquez, en
LA PERLA
Rodolfo Landa, en
HERMOSO IDEAL
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Boleros de moda
1:30 Cantares de Amrica
2:00 Noticias
2:05 Orquestas de saln
2:30 Sendas Musicales
Con noland. Cortesa
El guila Imperial
2:45 Su Novela Favorita
Entre Naranjos
cortesa de Kelvlx
3:00 Momento Romntico
con Ovidio Rodrguez
3:15 El rabe
dramatlzacln

*
MAANA JUEVES
EN EL
CENTRAL
POWELL
RHONDA
FLEMING
Peligro
CENTRAL
Jon Hall Sab Maria Montes, en
"Ali Baba y los Cuarenta Ladrones"
(EN TECNICOLOR)
TEATRO LUX
El Inmortal y
siempre glorite
VALENTINO
en su pelcula mil
popularl
Rodolfo
Valentino
"EL GUILA
BELLA VISTA
A LAS ISO P.M.
Concierto por la
Orquesta Sinfnica
Nacional
Presentacin del eminent*
Compositor y Director da
Orquesta Norteamericano
Dr. JOSEPH WAGNER

TEATRO CECILIA
DOS PELCULAS por el PRECIO de UNA!
Peter Lorre Robert Alda Andres
King, en
"DEDOS MACABROS"
Ademas: Humphrey Bogart. en
"EL REGRESO DEL DR. X"
VARIEDADES
A las 5:00 y 8:30 p m.
WAHOO! PREMIO DE ORO
B. 120.00
Ademas: Un Gran Doble I
William Holden Nancy
Olson, en
"DE MALA ENTRAA"
Marte Wilson John Lund
Cortnne Calvet. en
"IRMA SE DESENREDA"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionado
Tyrone Power, en
"La Patrulla Indmita"
7 -
June Haver, en
"SOLO TU Y YO"
TEATRO TIVOLI
BANCO B 100 Gratis a las
1:00 y 1:00 pan. Ademas:
Johnny WelasmuUer. en
"Tarzin y Las Amasonas"
y "SENDAS TORCIDAS"
TEATRO IRIS
Yvonne De Cario, en
"El guila Del Desierto"
- y -
"CONTRA LOS ASESINOS"
HISPANO
"TU VOLVERS"
- y -
"LA FLECHA BOTA"
Entrada General: 0.15
TEATRO TROPICAL
Dorothy Lamour Bob
Hope, en
"UNA MORENA
PELIGROSA"
Graciosa y Divertida
Comedia!
SOLO POR UN DIA!
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
"EL TESORO DE LA ISLA
MISTERIOSA"
(Cpts 1-2-31 Ademas:
"PALSA IDENTIDAD"
- y -
"EL HROE DEL VALLE"
TEATRO EDISON
"Ana, la Reina del Circo"
-y-
"FOTOGRAFO POB
______ACCIDENTE" ____
TEATRO VICTORIA
"AGENTE SECRETO 99"
(Cpts. 3 y 4) Adems:
.'EL ESCONDITE" y
"TIERRA Y SANGRE"
VISTERMOSA
Rex Harrison, en
"TRUHN CON SUERTE"
- e -
"IMITACIN de la VIDA"
PAC f ICO
"LA MARCA DEL
ZORRO
APOLO
"la carnb
MANDA-