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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: 1925-
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]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe*' Abraham Lincoln.
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TWENT-SIXTH IEAR
PANAMA,. S. P., FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1951
FIVE CENTS
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LITTLE BALL STARS At
6:45 this morning, the 77th
Air Force band from Albrook
Air Force Base hailed a mu-
sical farewell to the Pacific
Little League All-Star team,
at the Balboa Railroad sta-
tion. The team sailed aboard
the S.S. Cristobal at 10 a.m.,
bound for United States
where they play their first
game In Lyndhurst, N.J.
In the picture, first row,
1. to r.: Elwood Phillips,
Ronnie Mead, James Crowd-
er, Jlmmie Lovelady, Pedro
Salas, John Hamma, Tom-
mle Jones; back row, 1. to
r.: William Hamma, direc-
tor. Eddie Klrchmler, Ralph
Lelsy, BlUy Hartchett, Bruce
Bateman, Alfred Bruhn,
Danny Wlnkslosky. Richie
Hayden, Bobby Best, and di-
rectors Fred Mead and Joe
Cicero. Not in the picture
was Jerry Laatz.
LOOKING AT THE PICTURE in The Panama American of
the flood evacuees are, from left, Pfc. Gene Lauber, Major
William G. Furth, bate surgeon, and Cpl. Sylvester Sanders.
www
Albrook Medic Spots Family
In PA's Kansas Flood Photo
Nature's slap at the faces of
Kansas. Missouri, Oklahoma, Ill-
inois and a section of Arkansas,
stole headlines from phases of the
Korean peace talks last week.
The swelling waters of the Mis-
souri and Mississippi rivers
meant little to most personnel at
Albrook AFB. For a few. anxiety
prevailed for friends, families,
and homes.
Among those keeping up with
flood news were two Albrook me-
dics; Pfc Oene Lauber of Salina,
Kansas, and Cpl. Sylvester San-
ders of Cape Glrardeau, Missou-
ri.
Reading the July 18 The Pana-
ma American. Lauber looked for
flood news. It was easily found.
A two column story head read:
"Flood Relief Bill Signed; Dam-
age Soars To Billion." Three pic-
tures occupied the left side of the
front page. A .picture of inunda-
ted streets, water enclosed build-
ings, possessed the outline: "To-
geka Flooded." That was nearlng
ome. thought Lauber. A second
three column cut showed volun-
teer citlzena of Kansar City, Kan-
sas placing sand bags on a dike
protecting an Industrial area. Be-
low, a two column picture gave
Last Heir To Former
German Throne Dies
, HECHINGEN, Germany, July
20 (UP) Crown Prince Wllhelm
Ton Hohenzollern, 69, World
War I'a "Little Willie" and last
heir to the former German
throne, died here today after a
long, Illness.
the public an idea of what tor-
rential waters could do. Caption:
"A North Salina, Kansas, woman
holding her child." That was the
medic's home. A closer look:
That was his family; Father. Pe-
ter A. Lauber; two sisters-in-
law. Mrs. Gilbert Lauber and
Mrs. Bill Lauber. Two children
shown in the picture were Lau-
ber's nephews, Randolph and
Vernon.
Minutes later, medic friend
Sanders was shown the picture,
looked for news of his home town
where the Mississippi was to rise
over 40 feet.
Carnival Audience
Sees Suicide Try
Snake Bile Death
ILION, New York, July 20 (UP)
Carnival worker George Mor-
gan, 30. "wanted to die."
He shocked a sideshow audi-
ence here last night by pick-
ing up a rattlesnake and hold-
ing its head in his mouth till
the reptile bit him on the
tongue.
His Job In the sideshow was
to hold up glass cages contain-
ing the snakes and exhibit them
to patrons.
Police said Morgan had been
despondent since being told of
his brother's death In Korea.
Doctors who gave him anti-
venom serum injections report
him In a critical condition.
Surging Flood
Smashes On
To St. Louis
ST. LOUIS, Mo July 20 (UP)
Surging waters of the biggest
United States flood of the cen-
tury broke through several levees
north of here today.
The Coast Guard predicts that
every dike at the Junction of the
Missouri and Mississippi Rivers
would be swept away within 24
hours.
Army engineers warned that
28,000 acres of bottomland are in
critical danger of flooding on
either side of the Mississippi.
The St. Louts weather bureau
reported that the Missouri crest
was slowing as it approached the
confluence with the Mississippi
16 miles north of here and now
was due at St. Louis Monday at
40.5 feet. .
The city of 900,000 population
Is located on high ground and
had only a comparatively few wa-
terfront industries and families
to worry about.
in Milwaukee, R. H. Musser, di-
rector of U. S. Soil Conservation
for the Upper Mississippi region,
said aerial surveys show that all
crops on 1,487,000 acres of farm-
land between Kansas City and
St. Louis have been destroyed.
Musser estimated agricultural
damage In Missouri alone at $1,-
000,000. Damage will be much
greater when Kansas losses are
aaseased, he said.
In Kansas meanwhile some es-
timates of the staggering ravages
came from Brig. Gen Don Q.
8hlnglr, Missouri River division
engineer.
Showdown Set For Talks
Collapse Feared Imminen
Allied Officer Says Reds
Poised For All-Out Drive
TOKYO, July 20 (UP) An Al-
lied officer said In Korea last
night that he had word indicat-
ing the Communists would be all
set by today or tomorrow to
launch a full scale attack.
The report said one of the Dig-
fest Communist supply opera-
Ions of the war would be com-
plete by tomorrow night and that
enemy front line forces, hundreds
of thousands strong, would be In
position to open an offensive.
-. Long lines of Communist vehi-
cles have been winding down
through North Korea to the bat-
tle zone for days. The Allied air
force stepped up bombing attacks
on Red supply lines during the
full moon this week. But spora-
dic rains and murk Impeded them
yesterday.
The word that enough food and
ammunition to sustain an offen-
sive had reached the Communist
front lines came as the Kaesong
truce negotiations took a bad
turn.
Allied patrols trudging through
paste-like mud fought small
Communist groups.
The Communists have massed
an estimated 300 tanks in the
Koksan sector, 65 miles north of
the Kaesong. and In a position to
sweep through the ceasefire
conference city and on to Seoul
In the same way as they did one
year and one month ago.
The Reds are massed along the
135-mile front in their greatest
strength since their spring offen-
sive. But United Nations troops
are ready to meet anything the
Reds might throw should the
ceasefire talks breakdown.
The Reds have the advantage
of the present rainy season. Bad
visibility cuts down United Na-
tions air activity throughout Ko-
rea. "
Allied patrols trudged through
paste-like mud today and fought
small Communist groups nearly
everywhere along the front. Rain
poured heavily on almost every
frontline unit.
Jordan King Abdullah
Murdered At Prayer
2-Day Storms Lash
Atlantic Coast;
At Least 16 Dead
NEW YORK, July 20 (UP) A
violent thunderstorm killed at
least 16 persons and damaged
crops and property extensively
during a two-day assault along
the -Atlantic seaboard. Eleven
were killed by lightning, five by
storm-caused accidents.
Only the calmness of an East-
ern Airlines pilot yesterday kept
the death toll from skyrocketing
when 'his four engine airliner
with 53 persons aboard was forc-
ed down In the storm.
John Armstrong, pilot of the
Newark to Miami Constellation,
landed the airliner in a muddy
field near Richmond. Virginia,
yesterday without injuring any-
one aboard. Armstrong said one
engine did ".flame a little when
we landed" causing passengers
to believe it had been struck by
lightning.
A section was scorched by
grass fire set off by friction from
the plane's slide but otherwise
the plane was undamaged.
Hailstones as large as marbles
p u m m e 1 e d metropolitan New
York as the storm reached peaks
yesterday during the noon and
evening rush hours. Rain seeping
into the subway station halted
trains In'Brooklyn for more than
an hour and several commuter
trains Into the city were delayed.
Scores of homes and barns
were set afire by lighting from
Framingham and Salem, Massa-
chusetts, where a radio station
was knocked off the air.
High winds and hall caused
more than $250,000 damage to
tobacco crops In Connecticut and
authorities said corn crops had
been bent to the ground. Heavy
rains swelled creeks from their
banks In upstate New York turn-1
lng North Bay on Oneida Lake
and Lee Center near Rome Into
islands.
. TEL AVIV, July 20 (UP)King
Abdullah Ibn Hussein of Hash-
em ite Jordan, 69, was shot dead
today as he worshipped in the
Mosque Omar in the old city of
Jerusalem.
His assassin was Mustafa Shu-
kri Asho, 21, a tailor in Jerusa-
lem, and according to British
sources a known terrorist who
was at one time employed by the
former Mufti of Jerusalem.
Abdullah died almost instant-
ly. Mustafa was killed by guards.
The attack Is thought here to
be another In a series of assas-
sinations of pro-British Arab
lewder, believed inspired by out-
side sources.
Abdullah was the second Arab
leader assassinated this week.
Former premier Riad of Lebanon
was machine-gunned Tuesday
near Amman Abdullah's capital.
Both Abdullah and Riad were
firm friends of the British. Both
were enemies of the Syrian Na-
tionalists who are believed re-
sponsible for Rlad's assassina-
tion.
Abdullah for years had been
trying to merge Syria, Iraq and
Palestine with his kingdom of
Transjordan.
Two years ago he merged the
Arab section of Palestine with
Jordan to form the Hashemlte
Kingdom despite the bitter op-
position of other Arab leaders.
Abdullah was born In Mecca.
He became King of Jordan-In
1946 when that country was pro-
claimed an Independent king-
dom.
He was the second son of the
Peronj Give Knife
Another Twist In
La Prensa's Wounds
Peg Legged Lobbyist Bilks Priests
For Fix To Rent Federal Buildings
By John L. Steele
WASHINGTON, July 20 (UP)
Senate investigators today un-
folded the bizarre story of a peg-
legged, glib-tongued "Washing-
ton Lobbyist" who bilked gullible
victims of $350,000 with an ato-
mic-age twist on the old racket
of selling the Brooklyn Bridge.
The smooth operator was Iden-
tified by a parade of chagrined
witnesses. Including two priests
of the Greek Catholic Church of
St. Basil In New York, as Sam-
uel D. Mason of Queens, New
York.
Chairman Clyde R. Hoey, D.,
N.C.. of the permanent Senate
investigating committee describ-
ed Mason, who will testify tomor-
row, as "a professional confi-
dence man with a long criminal
record and a score of aliases."
Mason, a stocky, red-faced man
of Russian descent, sat express-
ionless In the front row of the
hearing room, leaning heavily on
his cane, as five witnesses told
how they gave him upwards of
$250,000 hi the mistaken belief
that he had "Influence" with
President Truman. Defense Sec-
retary George C. Marshall and
high military officials.
Hoey said Mason's "influen-
tial connections" were entirely
imaginary and emphasized that
"not a single government official
or employe is Involved in this case
in any way." The only purpose of
the hearing, he said, Is to show
the public that it Is dangerous to
assume that "influence and brib-
ery must be resorted to before
government contracts can be ob-
tained."
One of the victims. Boston
building contractor Joseph E.
Bennett, testified that he paid
Mason about $22,300 to wangle
"government contracts" which
never materialized.
But Mason's main pitch, as de-
scribed by the other four witness-
es, was that the federal govern-
ment was "going underground"
to escape ac atomic attack. He
persuaded his victims that all of
the government's present build-
ings would soon be declared sur-
elus and could be leased cheaply
y private individuals with the
right "Influence."
Greek Catholic Fathers Maxim
Marklw and Peter Hewko of New
York, and Mr. and Mrs. Bodhan
Katamay of Philadelphia, said
they trusted Mason Implicitly.
They readily gave him the huge
sums he asked to prepare for
(Continued on Page 6, Column 4)
BUENOS AIRES, July 20 (UP)
Eva Peron's "Social Aid Foun-
dation" has filed suit against the
former owners of the newspaper
La Prensa to recover 3,027,713
pesos ($216,509) paid last month
to former employes of the na-
tionalized newspaper.
La Prensa has not appeared
since Jan. 26, when a boycott by
the Government-sponsored
Newsvendors' Union made M, im-
possible to distribute the inde-
pendent newspaper.
The management continued to
pay the salaries of La Prensa's
staff until March 31, when a
congressional investigating com-
mittee which had taken informal
possession of the newspaper's
main office announced that it
would sell bonds belonging to the
newspaper in order to pay em-
ployes' salaries.
The workers were not paid
until June 11, when the Social
Aid Foundation run by the wife
of Argentina's President handed
out checks at the Labor Ministry
to cover salaries for April and |
May. Eva Peron herself passed
out the first few checks.
Complimentary Tickets
For "Retroactive Fun'
Complimentary door tickets
for the Retroactive Tax Relief
Dance which, has been planned
by the American Legion Club
this Saturday at 8 p.m., may i
be obtained from your friends
In the Legion.
An unaudltloned amateif con-
test will be held, with prizes
for the winners. The dance will
take place at the former Sail-
fish Club, the Legion's new]
home. *
late King Hussein of the Hedjaz,
and elder brother of the late King
r'elsal of Iraq.
For yetfrs before the partition
of Palestine his ambition was to
make that an Arab country.
He was a strong anti-Zionist.
In the fighting between Israel
and the Arab states his Transjor-
dan Legion was the only body of
Arab troops which fought effec-
tively. It was led by a Briton,
Glubb Pasha.
Abdullah has since been .re-
ported ready to. push through a
peace treaty with Israel at the
risk of further alienating his
Arab neighbors.
His forces" ware never fully
committed to the Israel-Arab
war, though they succeeded in
winning him a part of the city of
Jerusalem.
He flew to Jerusalem yesterday
to pray at the tomb of his father.
He went to the mosque shortly
before noon today. As he entered
the mosque the assassin stepped
from behind a door and shot him.
Prince Naif, Abdullah's second
son, has been proclaimed Regent
In Ammarf, because Crown Prince
Talal is "ill In Europe."
Talal, who had acted as Regent
while his father was in Turkey
recently, fled to Lebanon after an
argument with Cabinet ministers.
It was persistently reported
through the Middle East that he
feared assassination.
Abdullah was reported to have
received support for his Fertile
Crescent, or greater Syria, plan
while In Turkey.
"n-
PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 20 (UP) United Nations
truce negotiators will go into a showdown conference with
the Communists in Kaesong tomorrow supported by a
tough statement from Secretary of State Dean Achesoa,
which has had 24 hours to sink into the Reds.
The showdown subject is the withdrawal of United)
Nations troops from Korea.
The Reds insist this topic be placed on the formal
armistice conference agenda, which is being drawn up at
the Kaesong talks.
Senior United Nations delegate Vice Admiral C. Tur-
ner Joy, has ruled firmly that this is a political question,
outside the scope of the present discussions which are
purely military.
Acheson has said bluntly that the United Nations
troops would not withdraw from Korea till the South Korean
Army was able to defend itself from such a tide of invasion
as hit it in June last year.
Observers agree that the cur-
rent 24-hour postponement of
the Kaesong talks have helped
the Allied argument.
The United Nations team has
been unable to get through to
Kaesong because; of floods fol-
lowing torrential rains.
This pause will have given
Acheson's statement time to per-
colate through to the Commun-
ist high command.
Officials here are convinced
that unless the Reds accept the
Allied point the ceasefire talks
will break up.
United States front line troops,
who have always viewed the
Changes In Spain
Should Pose No
Obstacle For US
PARIS. July 20 (UP). Sen-
ator Owen Brewster of the Sen-
ate Foreign Relations Commit-
tee said here today that If spe-
culation that yesterday's cabinet
changes In Spain foreshadow a
return to monarchy In that
country is correct this should
Impose, no difficulties.
"We get alon<; fine for ex-
ample with Britain, and if the
Spanish people want a king he
would certainly not be persona
non grata."
ceasefire prospects with skepti-
cism, are solidly behind the Uni-
ted Nations stand.
Their reaction Is: "It Is better
to fight in Korea now than to
come back in two years and start'
all over again."
Amphibious trucks have been
rushed up here to make sure the
United Nations negotiating team,
gets through to Kaesong tomor-
row.
US Invites Nations
To Sign Jap Peace
Treaty In September
WASHINGTON. July 20 The United States today In-
vited 50 others countries, in-
cluding Russia and 20 Latin
American nations, to meet in
San Francisco Sept. 4 to sign a
treaty with Japan establishing
a "just and durable" peace.
With the exception of China
the invitations went to all coun-
tries that fought Japan or play*
ed an important part in forming
the United Nations.
No Chinese delegates were in-
vited because the Western Allies
could not decide whether to in-
vite the Nationalists or the-
Communists.
Newsprint Producers
Report Huge Profits
VANCOUVER (UP) July 20!
The Powell River Company, I
one of Canada's biggest news- i
print producers this week re-
ported $4,245,914 net profits in
the six months period which
ended June 30, a gain of about
$200.000 over the same period
during 1850.
MOTHERS WHO MUST GO OUT TO WORK but who have nobody at home to look after
pre-school youngsters leave these healthy happy tots every weekday morning at the 0"f-
infantil in Panama City, the day nursery started and maintained ^'^".X ^
Woman's Club. Youngsters enjoy food, naps and kupervlsed play until Mother comes to take
them home. Mother pays 1 cents a day. if she can. ?.
(For U dramatic story of how good-will Is giving these tots a start In Ufa,
- tee Page W of today's The Panama American.)


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FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1951
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Tuna-Fishing Boats
Get Temporary Lay-Off
A general suspension of activi-
ties of all tuna boat* ha been or-
dered by the big canning compa-
nies of California.
It is believed that this meas-
ure waa taken because the catch
of tuna recently has been un-
usually heavy. All the canning
companies along the West Coast
are reportedly refusing to equip
the boats for future fishing trips.
Paul Sullivan, of Sullivan Agen-
cies, who received such a notice,
stated that it was merely a tem-
porary measure so that there will
not be too many ships out at one
time.
PAA News In Brief
What is probably the smallest
alrcargo shipment on recor dar-
rlved In Buenos Aires from the
United State recently by Pan A-
merican World Airways Clipper.
It consisted of an Industrial nee-
dle weighing only 10 grams.
Pan American World Airways
has begun its 15th year of unln-
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known as a tournament director
of the American Contract Bridge
League, but he ia also an enthus-
iastic and skillful bridge player.
When he went to Waahlngton, D.
C, recently, to make arrange-
ment for the national cham-
pionships he took time off to win
a local team event with the help
of the hand shown today.
The bidding was the same in
both rooms, and in each case the
opening lead was the five of
spades. In the first room the de-
clarer let the lead ride around to
his hand, winning the first trick
with the ace of spades.
South then laid down his three
diamonds and led a club to dum-
my's ten. East refused the first
round of clubs and later refused
the second club. Hence South
could make only two club tricks.
When East eventually got in
with the ace of clubs he returned
a spade to set up the rest of
West's suit. The deferujers thus
made two spades, tw hearts,
and a club to set the contract. .
When Beynon played the hand
he assured the contract by win-
ning the first trick with dummy's
king. Now he could lead out his
own high diamonds and lead a
club to dummy's ten.
No matter how the defenders
squirmed Beynon was sure to get
to dummy with one of the club
honors to cash the king of dia-
monds. He was also bound to get
his hand with the ace of spades
to cash his last club.
The whole point, aa Beynon
saw at the first trick, was that
South must keep the ace of
spades as an eventual entry-to
his hand. Dummy's king of
spades Is not needed for com-
munication between the two
hands and can therefore be
spared to win the first trick.
terrupted operations between the '
United States and Bermuda.
Aerovas Nacionales de Colom-
bia (Avlanca) has placed Its new
Lockheed Constellations In thrice .
weekly service on Its New York- I
Bogot route. Flight time for the
2,860-mile trip lili hoursfour
hours faster than that of the
Douglas DC-4s which the Con-
stellations replace.
The Argentine Civil Aeronau-
tics Authorlt yhas Issued a new
order permitting civilian pilots
with 25 hours of solo time to car-
ry passengers. Previously the
rules called for 50 hours of solo
time.
Summit, Cardenas
Chosen As Names
For New CZ Towns
The new U.S. rate townslte
near the Canal Zone Experiment
Gardens has been given the name
of "Summit" and the new local-
rate town to be located north of
the Corozal Quarantine Station
has been named "Cardenas."
The official designations for
the new towns were announced
yesterday at Balboa Heights.
Both names conform with the
general practice of using desig-
nations already in use for some
geographical feature of the area
in which towns are located.
The new town of Cardenas
takes its name from the Carde-
nas River in the vicinity. .
The name "Summit" ia now
used for the radio station, the
location of the Experiment Gar-
dens and the golf course and
country club in the general area
in which the new town willl be
developed.
The Summit townslte will In-
clude the area south of the golf
course where houses for about
720 families will ultimately be
built.
The town of Cardenas will be
developed in the area between
Corozal and the Fort Clayton -
Curundu Road and will eventual-
ly be constructed for about one
thousand families.
It Is expected that townslte de-
velopment in both locations will
be started early in 1952. Work to
be done during; the present fis-
cal year will include grading and
construction of water, sewage
electrical facilities to the town-
sites. Construction of houses In
both towns is scheduled to start
in the 1953 fiscal year.
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July 26th
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In Miami, Florida
COLON, July 20 Word has
been received in Colon of the re-
cent death of Robert W. Wllcox
in Miami Beach. Florida, where
he had made his home since his
retirement.
Mr. Wllcox. who was 75 years
old. had been a prominent busi-
nessman in Colon, having estab-
lished the Colon Import and Ex-
port Company, owned the first
motion picture theater In Colon.
Lately he had been In the lum-
ber business.
He came to the Isthmus In
1898. He is survived by his wife,
the former May GUlesple of New
York, two daughters, Mrs. Agnes
Wllcox Trapnell and Mrs. Anna
Mae Lewis, several grandchil-
dren and two brothers and a sis-
ter, all residing in the United
States.
Mrs. Wllcox cabled her hus-
band's partner, Frank L. Scott,
that death came suddenly after
her husband had recovered from
a recent attack of pneumonia
Funeral services will be held Sa-
turday in Miami.
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Young Atlantic
GOPMachineln Gambling Raids
City Cops Defy y^i AFrl To 72
\s roho Hits shreveport
By JOHN A. GOLDSMITH
WASHINGTON, July 20 (MP) An Atlantic City
policeman testified yesterday that gambling is flourishing
in the New Jersey seashore resort but Police Chief Harry
J. Sounders swore under oath that he wouldn't know where
to place a bet.
Policeman Fred J. Warlich told the Senate Crime
Committee he and other young officer? conducted art anti-
gambling drive in open defiance of the city's Republican
"organization" made up of ward leaders and precinct po-
lice captains.
Although hampered by being put on traffic beats and
out-of-the-way assignments, Wrlich said his "Four Horse-
men" made 20 raids in six months, made 28 arrests and
secured 16 convictions.
He estimated there are now 1,100 people making
their living by bookmaking, "numbers," dice and card
games in the playground city.
Chief Saunclers, who. called
Warlich "a good boya good po-
liceman." said he ordered his vice
squad to Investigate Warllch's
gambling complaints but the vice
squad reported there was no such
evidence.
Asserting he wouldn't know
where to place a bet himself,
Saunders said he as currently
on vacation but promised to call
Warlich back Into his office when
he returns to Atlantic City.
Warlich named Herman Orm-
an as the "kingpin" of gambling
at the resort, and thought the
"organization" took Its orders
from him.
Orman, a stocky, dark-comple-
xioned man, denied all connec-
tion with gambling and said he
resented any Inference that he
was Involved In a "muscle" oper-
ation.
He was excused to talk to his
lawyer after refusing to testify
about items listed in his recent
tax returns as miscellaneous in-
come, and about bank deposits
last winter ranging from S5.000
to SX0.0M. *
James R. Boyd, Republican club
leader In the city's fourth ward,
denied that he asked Francis J.
Oribblnone of the "Four Horse-
men"to lay off the gambling
raids or offered Grlbbln a soft
Job on the police force.
Boyd, who said he exchanged
favors with one-time OOP New
Jersey political boss Enoch L.
(Nucky) Johnson, said vice squad
officer John J Mooney was a
member of his political club. But
he denied he ever brought pres-
sure on the police department to
help Mooney, or for any other
reason.
He said he occasionally passed
on requests from families In his
ward for reassignments, but did
not use pressure.
Warlich said Vincent J. Lane,
whom he Identified as the third
ward GOP leader In Atlantic City,
once called him In and told him:
"It wop't do you any good; you
can't fight the organization."
"I said the men are being push-
ed around by politics and rack-
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FRANKLIN. La.. July 20 (UP)
Officials pulled a luxuriant.
$1,000,000 crop of marijuana up
bv the roots today and set out
after the ring that had gotten a
Negro tenant farmer to raise it.
Chief Deputy Sheriff J. B. 8haw
of St. Mary Parish said the ten-
ant farmer was a "stooge" but at
the same time officials didn't put
any stock in his story that he had
raised the marijuana to relieve
his "asthma."
The marijuana, which Shaw,
Sheriff Henry Reld of neighbor-
ing Calcasleu Parish and three
other deputies discovered yester-
day along Bayou Teche was
brought to Franklin on a truck
and will be burned.
"We aren't ready to tell the
Negro's name yet, Shaw said, as
Thomas McGuire, chief of the
U.S. Narcotics Bureau In New
Orleans arrived to help round up
the ring. "It might scare off the
others."
The officers descended on the
Negro's farm yesterday and made
him open his barn door. There
they found half a barrel of ma-
rijuana, almost cured and ready
to be sold In southwest Louisiana
and southeast Texas, principally
Port Arthur and Houston.
Then they told'the Negro to
lead them to his "reefer" field. He
took them across a cornfield, and,
cleverly hidden between the corn
and the brush along Bayou
Teche, was a 1,600 square foot
patch of marijuana.
"I was Juat raising It for my
asthma." the Negro said.
The marijuana had grown 14
feet tall In the rich soil. Sheriff
Reld said that, at current retail
prices the crop was worth at
least $1,000.000. Shaw said he did
not think much had been sold.
"Our information was that It
was the first crop he had raised,"
Shaw said. "Marijuana usually Is
harvested toward the end of this
month or early next month and
we Wanted to get It before then."
Reld said the first Information
about the marijuana crop had
come from Negro schools In the
St. Mary-Calcasleu Parish areas.
He said marijuana traffic had
steadily Increased In the schools.
The Negro was about ready to
put the marijuana he was drying
on the market. Beside the barrel
which held It were empty tobac-
co cans ready to receive the ma-
rijuana and a pair of scales for
weighing it.
Marijuana looks almost like
ragweed, although Its leaves are
narrower and have Jagged edges.
There are odd numbers of leaves
usually seven to nine ow-
ing from each stem on the stalk.
"When the crop Is harvested."
Reld said, "the leaves are strip-
ped from the stalk. They are put
In a barrel and dried In the shade
for eight or 10 days. Then they are
ready to sell."
SHREVEPORT, La., July 20
(UP)Five more victims Were re-
Korted yesterday In a pollomye-
tls epidemic that has struck
down 46 persons In Caddo Parish
since July 1, and the director of
the Shreveport polio clinic said
there ,was no way to keep from
coming In contact with the virus.
The five new casesthree chil-
dren and two adultsbrought the
total of cases In Caddo Parish
this year to 1G3. A new case was
reported in neighboring Bossier
PaMsh, where the total was 17 for
the year. Western Parish has had
15 cases.
The epidemic in Shreveport
struck at all ages. One of the chil-
dren brought in yesterday was a
Sear old. Tom McKenzle, who was
rought In from Clalrborne Par-
ish with a light case two days
ago, Is 72,
Dr. S. George Wolfe, director
of the Shreveport polio center,
younglsh-looklnfc officer said he
told Lane.
Warlich said he once worked
in Saunders' office but was (tut
on a beat after falling to win a
pay raise for the city's firemen
and policemen. He said his at-
tempt was frustrated by GOP
State Sen. Frank S. Farley, to
whom he had appealed.
"Anything you get In Atlantic
City, you have to get the senator's
okay," he explained.
He said he and his fellow anti-
gambling copsG r 1 b b 1 n and
Jack Portockwere assigned to
isolated beats or put on the traf-
fic squad which kept them "In
the middle of the- street" during
bookmakers' hours." -.
Nevertheless, he said, the cru-
sading policemen made raids on
off-duty hours, conducting 20
such raids during the six months
from November, 1950, through
last April.
Trujillo Steps
Down In Dominica;
Trujillo Steps Up
CIUDAD TRUJILLO. July 20
(UPI Generalissimo Rafael L.
Trujillo Molirta. who has been
President of the Dominican Re-
public for 17 of the past 21 years,
announced today that he will not
seek a fifth term in the elections
scheduled next year.
TruJHlo's Dominican Party
promptly selected his brother,
Maj. Gen. Hector B. Trujillo Mo-
lina, as Its candidate for Presi-
dent. The winner of next year's
elections will be this country's
chief executive until 1957.
For 10 years following the 1930
revolution, the Dominican Party
was this country's only legal po-
litical organization. Three oppos-
ition parties have formed since
1946. but the Dominican Party
still dominates the local political
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He said "common sense" was the
best weapon against the disease
and urged persons who have es-
caped so far not to overexert
themselves In the current hot
weather.
Dr. Wolfe ordered persons vis-
iting the Veterans' Administra-
tion Hospital at Fort Humbug not
to bring children. A polio ward
was set up at the VA hospltalto
care for the overflow from the
Shreveport polio center.
A machine that can shoot In-
secticides 150 to 200 feet was tour-
ing the city to kill files and other
Insects that may spread polio.
But public meetings have not
been forbidden and no theaters
or- swimming pools have been
closed.
Mayor Clyde Fant went to San
Antonio, Tex., to study the meth-
ods authorities had used there to
fight polio epidemics. They told
him that closing places of public
assembly hadn't helped, so Fant
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There was a total of 11 cases In
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There were three cases In May.
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FRIDAY. JULY 2*.'MSI
League Race Waxes
One-And-One-Half Games
Separate Top Four Teams
By United Prtss
NEW YORK, July 20 The torrid Amtricon League
continues to get even hotter and after yesterday's games
in which the second place White Sox beat the third place
Yankees 2-1 and the fourth place Indians edged the lead-
ing Red Sox 5-4. Only one-and-one-half gomes or .017
points separated the top four teams.
The great neive and trick slide
of Roberto Avila ped the Cleve-
land Indians into a spot only a
game and nne-haH out of first
place in the thrilling race.
It was quite a spectacle when
the daring Mexican star flew all
the way from first base into home
in the eleventh inning, sending
catcher Less Moss sprawling as
he scored the run which beat the
Boston Red Sox 5-4 at Cleveland.
The White Sox, meanwhile,
overcame two near fatal errors
to beat the Yankees, 2-1, at Co-
miskey Park In Chicago. That
left the Bosox in first place by
the grand margin of .003. The
White Sox are second, the Yan-
kees third, one and one-half
game* out of first place and the
Indians fourth also one and
one-half games from the top.
The Yankee margin over the
charging Tribe is .002.
The Red Sox had Just seemed
sure of victory when Clyde Voll-
mer's second homer of the game
gave them a 4-3 lead In the top
of the eleventh Inning when Av-
ila broke loose
Bob Lemon opened the Indian
eleventh with a pinch-double but
he was only on third with two
out when Avila came up. Roberto
whacked a single to drive in the
tying run.
Then came Sam Chapman and
the signal was flashed for a hit-
and-run play. The pitch was wide
and Chapman had to fling his
bat at It but he got a piece of it.
Ted Williams picked up the
ball and |iiied a mo-
ment, which was too much. Av-
ila had no Intention of stopping
at third as he was figured to do.
He kept streaking for home.
Too late, Williams burled to the
plate. Avila was aafe In a cloud
of dust with the winning run.
The Red Sox took a 2-0 lead in
the second on Vollmer's one on
homer. The Indians made it ,2-2
In the fourth on Luke Easter's
double, a hit batter and two sln-
(les. then 3-2 In the sixth on
hree singles. The Red Sox tied
it up in the ninth at 3-3 on two
ingles.
The White Sox got their two
runs in the third on Chico Car-
rasquis single, Joe Erautt's walk.
Howie Judsons sacrifice and Bob
Dilllnger's fly which scored Car-
rasquel and Howie Fox' single
which scored Erautt.
The lone Yankee tally came
in the fifth on Jerry Colemen's
single, a two-base error and
Gene Woodllngs grounder.
Dick Kryhoskl s single drove in
the winning run when the Tigers
beat the Athletics in the second
game of a doubleheader 4-3 after
Morris Martin's flve-hltter gave
the Athletics a 5-0 first game vic-
tory.
The Browns scored six runs in
the eighth inning to beat/ the
Senators 9-7 in aSt. Louis night
game. The Senators' Sherry Rob-
ertson, Ed Yost and Oil Coan all
homered.
All the National League games
were rained out.
Saturday7
Program
1st Race "F-I" NativesV, Fgs.
Pune: U75.ltPool Closes 12:45
First Rate of the Doubles
1La Prensa B. Agulrre 116
2Gold. Fulth A. Valdivia 116
3Monteverde J. Chuna 107x
4Carilimpio B. Pulido 120
5Resorte J. Cadogen 120
6Carbonero R. Vergara 120
7Slxaola R. Gomez 118
8Aqui Estoy E.Campbell 111*
2nd Race "F-2"
Pane: 275.M
Second Race
1Pregonero
2Caaveral
3Cafetal
4Centenario
5La Venada
Little Lulu
7Mlguellto
Natives4!4 Fgs.
-Pool Closes 1:15
of the Doubles
O. Grael 120
B. Agulrre 110
J. Cadogen 114
A. Valdivia 113
R. Gomez 106
O. Sanchez 114
C. Bovil 110
GUN CLUB
NOTES
The Balboa Gun Club team won
the one-hundred skeet match
with the U. 8. Army team from
Fort Kobbe last Saturday by the
slim margin of eight targets.
BALBOA
G. Silva .:.......... 98
L. Jackson.......... 94
J.Kueter.......... .. 94
C. Dlsharoon........ 92
T. McNeill.......... 92
470
FORT KOBBE
T. Boyd............ 97
L. Brown........... 95
R. Foster.......... 94
C. Christie.......... 89
L. Almstead.......... 87
462
Other scores were:
C. Sanders......... 91
W. Cunningham...... 90
R. Norton............ 89
R. Oswald.......... 83
D. Moore.......... .. 81
T. Tas sin.......... 80
P. Miller........... 70
A. Marsh............ 9
It has been suggested that the
skeet shoot for August be a one-
hundred target shoot between
three or more live or six-man
teami picked from skeet enthusi-
asts by Bill Cunningham, C.
Christie and Ray Norton.


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3rd Race "F-2" Natives44 Fgs-
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 1:45
One-Two
1Opex C. Iglesias 120
2Cacique D. D'Andrea 120
3Danubio J. Avila 120
4Embustero J. Baeza, Jr. 117x
5Fulmine B. Pulido 112
6Eclipse M. Arosemena 108
7Politico M. Hurley 120
4th Raee "F-2" Natives44 Fgs.
Purse: 9I75.M Pool Closet 2:20
Quiniela
1Miranda J. Cadogen 108
A. Vergara I12x
J. Baeza, Jr. 105x
A. Mena 103x
R. Ycaza lOOx
6 Cosa Linda C. Iglesias 112
7El Indio M. Arosemena 100
8Peggy M. Zeballos 120
2El As
3Tapsy
4Norma
5Mene
American League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.B.
Boston ... 52 34 .605
Chicago. .53 35 .602
New York. 49 34 .591 14
Cleveland. 51 35 .588 14
Detroit ... 38 44 .463 12
Washington 38 49 .424 154
Philadelphia 36 52 .419 17
St. Louis 29 58 .333 244
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Detroit (N).
New York at St. Louis (N).
Philadelphia at Cleveland (N).
Washington at Chicago (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game)
Phlladelp'a 000 030 1015 14 1
Detroit 000 000 0000 5 2
Martin (6-1) and Murray; Hut-
chlnson (8-4) and Swift, Gins-
berg.
(Second Game)
Philadelp'a 002 000 0103 9 1
Detroit 300 000 Olx4 8 0
Hooper (4-8) and Tlpton; Bor-
owy (1-1), Trucks and Ginsberg.
New York 000 010 0001 11 0
Chicago 002 000 OOx2 5 2
Lopat (11-6) and Berra; Jud-
in (4-2), Pierce and Erautt.
5th Race "F" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $510.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1Honey Moon A. Bazan 113
2Astoria C. Bovll 120
3Haydn A. Phillips 115
4The Bath Road J. Avila 120
5Beduino) R. Ycaza 104x
6Gale Force' G. Sanchez 120
7Asombro K. Flores 110
6th Race "E" Imported 1 Mile
Purse: $550.00 Pool Closes 3:35
First Race ef the Doubles
1Fright) J. Phillips 107
2Montmartre) A. Soto 110
3Ouarina
4Betun
5Hechizo
6Delhi
7Piragua
8Pepsicola
9Espartano
10High Mount
F.Rose 110
A. Bazan 115
O. Sanchez 120
V. Castillo 114
B. Gomez 110
A. Mena 109x
J. Ruiz 110
R. Ycaza lOlx
7th Race "H" Imported4 Fgs.
Purse: $401.00 Pool Closes 4:15
Second Raee of the Doubles
1Fanglo R. Gomez 120
2Scotch Chum A. Mena I04x
3Hob Nob B. Moreno 109
4Apretador K. Flores 111
5Miss CrUtlna J. Phillips 107
6Agradecida A. Valdivia 120
7Cyc. Malone B. Agulrre 115
8Bendigo J. Ruiz 114
9Nehulnco A. Soto 114
Ith Roe "G" imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: 845I.K) Pool Closes 4:40
Quiniela
1Rose Hip) J. Phillips 120
2Unclt James) A. Soto 114
3(Prestigio B. Moreno 108
4(Porters Star O. Grael 113
5Caribe A. Phillips 115
6Cantaclaro J. Avila 120
7Coragglo C. Lino 115
8In Time R. Kellman 115
9Roadmaster K. Flores 112
10Lacey B. Agulrre 112
th Race "H" Imported14 Fgs
Purse: S4W.M Pool Closes 5:15
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5Jepperin
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Q. Sanchez 120
R. Gomez 114
B. Agulrre 112
B. Pulido 114
R. Vergara 108
V. Castillo 110
(11 Innings)
Boston 020 000 001 014 9 0
Cleve. 000 201 000 025 15 0
McDermott, Taylor (4-8) and
Rosar. Moss; Wynn (10-6) and
Hegan.
(Night Game)
Washington.......... 7
St. Louis............ 9
7Sun Cheer
8Picon
A. Mena 104x
K. Flores 120
10th Race "D" Natives 4 Fgs.
Purse: $275.00
1Tap Girl
2El Mao
3Pesadilla M
48in Fin
5Taponazo
6Volador
Pool Closes 5:40
C. Iglesias 110
M. Hurley 115
Arosemena 100
R. Ycaza 103x
G. Grael 120
A. Mena 109x
National League
TEAMS Won Lost
Brooklyn 53 32
St. Louis. . 44 39
New York. 46 41
Cincinnati 42 41
Philadelphia 42 44
Boston ... 37
Chicago. . 85
Pittsburgh 34
44
48
49
Pet. G.B.
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.531 8
.529 8
.516 II
.488 114
.467 134
.449 144
.411 IS
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Philadelphia (N).
Cincinnati at New York (N).
Pittsburgh at Boston (N).
St. Louis at Brooklyn (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
TWO GAMES
Chicago at New York
(Postponed, Inclement Weather)
11th Race "I" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes (??)
1Batt. Cloud B. Agulrre 115
2Los,Tiempos J. Cadogen 105
3Secuestro J, Avila 120
4Charles S. E. Campbell 104x
5Bien Hecho A. Mena 108x
6Choice Brand K. Flores 115
TWO GAMES
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn
(Postponed, Inclement Weather)
St. Louis at Boston
(Postponed, Inclement Weather)
NIGHT GAME
Cincinnati at Philadelphia
(Postponed, Inclement Weather)
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LADIES' DAY AT SUMMIT
All Summit lady golfing mem-
bers are urged to enter the Ring-
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day morning at 8:30. Tne tour-
nament will officially start this
Sunday and the play will be fol-
lowed by a special luncheon serv-
ed in the clubhouse at l o'clock.
The tournament will end on
Sept. 1 and all succeeding scores
entered after Sunday may be
played at the players' conveni-
ence. The fine prizes which will
be awarded will be presented on
September 1.
Special Invitation is issued to
all new members and dubbers.
Come out and get acquainted and
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a prize!
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Hatchett C ...... ., 6 0 12
Corbin O.......... 1 0 2
Phillips G,......... 10 2
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20 0 40
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Douglas F.......... 0 0 0
Martinez F .. .. .. ..102
Harstad C.......... 0 0 0
Klrkland O........ 2 0 4
Colon. V. G........ 0 0 0
Sanders F.......... 0 0 0
Rippert F.......... 0 0 0
Jamenz C.......... 1 02
4 0 8
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Baseball now finds Itself without a commissioner Albert
IfeniiunChandler. resignation had become effective J.
nine months in advance of expiration of the seven-year term
for whieh he had bten elected in April, M45. .
Conceivably alive to the many hazards which threatened
them In Washington, In the courts, and In their Pernal econo-
my, club owners professed to be determined to designate a suc-
cessor to Chandler here on Aug. 1. ......
However, with an election so close at hand, the magnates
were mile apart on the question of the type of lmparUal chair-
man best suited to their needs, and no closer n the matter of
cutting the field of available down to two or three for a final
rUn Then was grave danger that the club owners once again
would rush into* a hasty "selection, and later ru> their failure
* WjKr? Sf th%t\rck?d0nchandler within hour after
his name had been placed before the Cleveland mwtlng by Col.
L"^orMmoPnhths: public campaigning had tressed the virtu*..of
Ford Frlck. the late Bob Hannegan and Jim Farley. MacPhall
was reported to be Frick's manager. ___ a,K
All the time powerful influence! had been at workln Wash-
ington, in moving Chandlei toward the Job. Happy had a
strong and capable sponsor In f>. Harry Byrd of Vfrgtata
Suddenly MacPhall was asked by Da* Topping and Del Webb,
his associates on the Yankee club, to drop Frlck and get Chandler
elected. There was nothing Larry could do but comply.
After a couple of ballots In the Cleveland session, MacPhail
asked "How about Chandler?' "OK," replied the magnates^ Larry
called Happy, who was in Washington and baseball discovered
that It had a successor to the late Kenesaw Mountain Landia.

PRICE STANDOUT AVAILABLE FROM BASEBALL RANKS.
From club owner who believe the next commissioner should
come from the National League. Ford Frlck was presented to
uic by one of his backers, who refused to become Involved pub.
licly in the discussion, particularly as he Is not on the screening
committee. That group la made up of Phil Wrlgley. Del Webb.
Lou Perlnl and Bills Ryan. .~,r,.f
"Baseball Is In for two rugged years," the Frlck proponent
vvnemed. "The hearings before the House subcommittee on mo-
apolles half a dozen suits In the courts, the Department of
Justice investigation, bringing In FBI. pur intricate radio and
television Involvements and the necessity of Instituting a major
league policy of economy which would cut the number of our
minor organizations by more than half, to 25. all call for a
commissioner who knows the fns and outs ofour business.
"No matter how competent a man we might find among the
b;r business figures, the Judges, the generals and the politic-
ians, he could not possibly educate himself to the point of ef-
fective representation of the majors in the situation which
f3st is enveloping ut. ., _. .._____...
"Frlck does not want the commlsslonershlp. The financial
ingle is inconsequential. He has the National League Job for life.
In a compatible atmosphere." __
This Is all Interesting and convincing. But Webb and his
adherents insist that the next commissioner must be somebody
cut of big business, a man like Eric Johnston, for example
"We should draft a big industrial executive," says Webb. Wt
have got to hire a lot of lawyers, anyway. What we need Is a
man who knows how to co-ordinate the work of these legal
advisers, who knows about contracts and can study our problems
from the outside." *
THEY SAY JIM FARLEY IS OUT.
Clark C. Griffith, president of the Washington club and
head of the Chandler diehards, keeps talking about Fred M.
Vinson, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United sutes.
Within the last few days, there hat been a movement ^ for
Mike DlSalle, I Washington fall-guv In the price stabilization
situation. But he has about as much chance at Chandler has for
a new shot at the Job. It la quite emphatic that the magnates
will not vote for another commissioner from political circles,
unless he be highly exceptional. u^z\
It Is reported on excellent authority, that Jim Farley hsHS
moved out of the picture, by telephone from London. because!!
even with his $65,000 salary the commlsslonershlp offers no
financial Inducements to our onetime President-maker.
Gen. Douglas MacArthur is too old and disinterested, Judgt
Hurold Medina is too monastic, Federal Judge Tort Murphy hat
slipped out of the picture, and Gov. Thomas E. Dewey it said to
be casting eyes again In the. direction of Washington. Gov.
Warren of California,, might pop up as a dark horse, but he it
30 Inside-the-baseball-famlly boys have been discussing Warren
G)les, general manager of the Reds, but he lacks American
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Purse t $550.00 Pool Closes: 3:35 p.m.
A FIRST RACE OF DOUBLES
J. (FRIGHT................. J. Phillips 107
2. (MONTMARTRE........... A. Soto 110
3. GUARINA ................. F. Rote 110
4. BETUN...................A. Bazn 115
5. HECHIZO...............G. Snchez 120
6. DELHI..................V. Castillo 114
7. PIRAGUA................R. Gome 110
8. PEPSICOLA ............... A. Mena 109x
9. ESPARTANO ............... J. Rui 110
10. HIGH MOIST.............R. Ycaza 101 x
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Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.
J. GRISU.................... A. Soto 112
2. CURACA.................K. Flores 116
3. ALTO ALEGRE.......,. . G. Sanche 120
4. MR. FOOT...............B. Moreno 110
5. PAMPHLET...............G. Alfaro 120
6. CHER1BERIBIN............B. Pulido 114
7. FAIR CHANCE...... ____B. Aguirre 110
6th Race "D" Importeds 6l/2 Fgs.
Purse: $600.00 Pool Closes: 3:35 p.m.
FIRST RACE OF DOUBLES
1. (GORSEWOOD............G. PrescoU 115
2. (THE DAUBER............B. Moreno 112
3. (RIDING EAST.............> Bazan 112
4. TROPICANA.............B. Aguirre 112
5. MOSQUETON...............ASSoto 116
6. ROND1NELLA........ .....C Lino 112
7. MILROS .................. A. Mena 103x
8. WILD WIRE............J. Rodriguez 120
9. GALANTE II............ G. Sanchez 110

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PAGE FIVE
% Penn Athletic Comission Indefinitely Suspends Jake Mintz
Charles9 Co-Manager Down
For 'Detrimental Actions9
Sports PENN ATHLETIC............ Sotillo
PITTSBURGH, July 28 (UP). The Pennsylvania Athletic
Commission has suspended Jake Mints indefinitely. The co-
manager of Ezzard Charles wti hit with the suspension because
of his ringside actions before the title bout in which Jersey Joe
Walcott kayoed Charles in the seventh round to become the new
heavyweight king.
Chairman George Jones of the Pennsylvania Athletic Com-
mission ordered the suspension for what he called "actions de-
trimental to boxing.''
The ban will hold pending a hearing in Philadelphia before
the Commission on August 7th. Mintz objected before the fifbt
to the appointment of Charles Daggert as a judge on the grounds
the official came from the Philadelphia district. Mintz believed
all the ring officials should be from the Pittsburgh area, where
the bout was held.
For several minutes Charles' managers threatened to call the
fight off. If Daggert weren't removed. But they were warned un-
less Charles fought' he would have his title vacated. That settled
the matter and -Charles fought.
However, before the fight got underway, Mintz was tasked out
of a ringside seat In the press row for shaking his fist at John
Da Grosa, commissioner from the Philadelphia district.
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TEETH FOR TWOFelicitas von Sendenhorst, 20-year-old Hunter
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week examining ailing thoroughbreds. The horses don't seem
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Louis Says Charles
Lost Tule Because
Of Defending Often
DETROIT. July SO (UP)For-
mer Heavyweight Champion Joe
Louis says Ezzara Charles lost the
crown Wednesday night at Pitts-
burgh because he was defending
It too often.
Joe Walcott kayoed Charles in
the seventh round.
"Charles tried to defend his ti-
tle too many times,'' says Louis,
who Is in Detroit. "He fought
himself out of the world cham-
pionship."
Wednesday night was the
ninth time Charles- defended
since June 22, 1949. Louis de-
fended the crown 25 times over
12 years, but the Brown Bomber
says Charles lsnt strong enough
to do the same thing. Louis, who
Is training for an August 1 bout
with Cesar Brlon in San Francis-
co, points out that most of
Charles bouts have gone the full
15 rounds.
"That Is okay for big, strong
men," says Joe. "I was heavier
and few of my bouts went the
limit."
Louis saw the bout on televi-
sion and says he wasn't surprised
that Walcott won.
"But," adds Louis, "that knock-
out was a surprise."
Louis was to have met Charles
In September and the win by
Walcott hasn't made the ex-
champ very happy.
"It certainly puts a crimp In
my comeback campaign," admits
Louis. "I'll fight either of them,
and I hope to get a chance be-
fore the end of the year. But, 111
wait if I have to."
Brown To Defend
Crown Against
Thompson Aug. 26
Wilfredo Brown. Panama's
lightweight champion, yesterday
signed a contract with Promoter
Carlos Delvalle to defend his 135-
pound title against unbeaten
Louis Thompson In a 15-round
bout at the Panam Olympic
Stadium Aug. 26.
The semifinal match on the
card will be between Leonel Pe-
ralta and Beto Scantlebury.
These lads are a)so in the light-
weight class and will battle six
rounds or less.
A six-round special return bout
between Gregorio Perez and Vi-
cente Worrell Is also on the pro-
gram. These lads signed to make
a weight limit of 126 pounds.
The card will be rounded out
with a four-round preliminary
contest between 118-pounders
Rodolfo Ampudia and Al Mar-
shall.
BREAKING j IT UP The
heads-up and swift White Sox
make it difficult for the opposi-
tion to complete double plays.
Jerry Coleman's throw to Joe
Collins at Yankee Stadium was
too late to nip Floyd Baker
when the second baseman was
upset by Phil Man, after the
pinch-hitter grounded to Phil
Rizzuto. (NBA)
/mm,
Walcott Promises To Be Busy
Champion; Return Match Set
For Sept. 6 Or 26th In N. Y.
PITTSBURGH, July 20 (UP)
The oldest man ever to win the
heavyweight championship ac-
cepted congratulations today by
promising not to put the title In
cold storage.
"I'm going to be a fighting
champion," says the 37-year-old
Jersey Joe Walcdtt who kayoed
Ezzard Charles in the seventh
round Wednesday night at Pitts-
burgh. That's okay with the In-
ternational Boxing Club which is
trying to arrange a return bout
between the Camden, New Jer-
sey Cinderella champ and the
ex-klng from Cincinnati.
If the return draws as well as
Wednesday night's bout It will be
a howling success. The crowd of
28.272 was the largest to see a
fight anywhere In the world this
year. It Is estimated another 25.-
000,000 saw the bout on television.
The gross gate was $245,000, plus
another $100,000 from radio and
T-V rights. Charles' share came
to $99,564. Walcott got $49,782.
Walcott's managerFelix Boc-
chlcchloIs slated to arrive In
New York next Wednesday or
Thursday from a chat with Jim
Norris, the IBC president.
An IBC official says the return
bout will be held at the Polo
Grounds In New York, either on
September sixth or the 26th. On
one of those dates the IBC plans
to rematch Middleweight Cham-
pion Randy T.irpln and Sugar
Rav Robinson.
The end of Charles' heavy-
weight reign came suddenly
Wednesday night. Walcott, a 5-
to-1 underdog, softened Charles
in the fifth and sixth rounds,
then put him away with a left
hook at 55 seconds of the sev-
enth.
"It's onlythe beginning," Wal-
cott said In his dressing room.
"Life begins at 37. It took me 21
years, but I knew I could do It
and I did."
Walcott, whose record-setting
fifth try at the title was the ma-
gic one, says he will take on
Charles or any other contender.
"You're bound to win sometime
when God Is on your side," says
the new champion. "I'll go to
any Sunday school that wants me
every Sunday and preach the way
of God to our children. If you
keep putting your faith In God he
will hear your prayers."
Margarita Sports
Thursday morning at nine o'-
clock the mighty Cristobal "E"
Leaguers came to Margarita to
play the Margarita "E" League.
The Cristobal midgets were Just
too much for the Margarita boys
that they defeated them by the
score of 22 to 12.
Burgess and Chin were the high
point men for Cristobal with 8
points each to their credit. Bur-
gess was the outstanding ball
player for the day as he showed
some good ball handling and
passing. Robert Brown was high
point man for the mighty Mar-
garita midgets with six points to
his credit.
The Box Score:
Cristobal FG FT TOT
Howard......0 0 0
Burgess.......4 0 8
Chase........2 0 4
Dolan........0 0 0
Katz.........0 0 0
Chin......... 4 0 8
Hanna.........0 0 0
Leyes........0 0 0
Garcia........1 0 2
Green Impresses In Workout;
Fighters Terminate Training
Total
Margarita
Robert Brown
J. White......0
Ed. Cunningham .
Tom Cunningham
Ralph Perkins .
Donald Smith .
Rodger Sanders .
W. French .....JO
B. Rathgaber . . 0
William Lust 0
11 0 22
FGFTTOT
3 0 6
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Bantamweight Champion Baby
Green was unu-sually impressive
in his workouts yesterday after-
noon on the Gold Coast in nrep-
aratoin for hi* scheduled ten-
round battle with Cuban Fly-
weight Cham? Black Pico Sun-
day night at the Colon Arena.
Green displayed such great
punching power and unusual
speed that the skeptic Colonites
stopped giving odds on the little
Cuban. They have made Green
an even money choice and many
expressed the belief that Green
will make good his promise of a
knockout.
Meanwhile, Pico continued his
excellent tune-ups. His handlers
re eonfident of scoring a con-
vincing victory, then force Juan
Diaz II into a return match to
erase the blot on the speedy Co-
ban's record.
Melvin Bourne, the semlfinal-
ist who accompanied Green to
Colon, was also impressive in his
drills and he will receive plenty
of backing from Colon fans
against the hometown boy Pedro
Tesis.
Over in Panam Sylvester Wal-
lace looked better than he has in
a long time and many expect him
to score a one-sided victory over
the hard-hitting and promising
Steven Bennett.
A convincing win for Wallace
will put him back in the lime-
light as a featherweight contend-
er.
The fighters all wound up their
training schedules In excellent
shape todav and will limit them-
selves to light calisthenics to-
morrow then rest until fight time
Sunday night.
Yale Basketball .
Squad To Show
In Puerto Rico
NEW HAVEN, Conn.. July 20
(NEA). Yale will send Its bas-
ketball team on a late summer
Invasion of Puerto Rico.
Ten members of last season's
Ells will land on the island with
Coach Howard Hobson. Sept. 2.
Two games are scheduled with
the University of Puerto Rico
and one eaoh with amateur
teams in Ponce and San Germa-
in and with the Mayaguez Col-
lege of Agriculture.
The University of Puerto Rico
will return the compliment,
meeting Yale In Payne Whitney
Gymnasium. Jan. 2.
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25 cycle Alorm, 25-60 cycle Holll-
crofter Radio, etc ,612-D, Coco-
li, after 4 p. m. Fridoy, oil doy
Saturday and Sunday.
MISCELLANEOUS
De vow hva $ drtakiiie atablara?
Write Alcahelici Aaanemaua
a 2011 Aaaaa, CaX
RESORTS
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Good breed puppies. 8
weeks old. End of 9th Street. Par-
que Lefevre. Vilor fomily, Barria-
do del Panam Amrica.
70.
?R SALE:1951 Chrysler Windsor
De Luxe (Fluidoratic Drivel con-
tact Sgt. W. S. Pratt, Albrook
-7257.
'FOR SALE:Model A Ford $150 00.
Good condition. Good tires. Will
be ot Balboa Commissary, parking
space near bowling alley building.
Soturday afternoon 2 to 4.
' FOR SALE1946 Chevrolet 1 1-2
ton stoke truck. Duty paid. Tel.
Ponama 2-0620. The Texas Co.
[ ,,- (Panama) Inc.
I Tune-up specialist The Electric Au-
I to Lite Co! authorized service igni-
I tion and carburation. Servicio de
" Motores S. A. I Marcos Villerreol)
I '. H. St. No. 34. Tel. 2-1746.
BARGAIN Leaving furniture: liv-
ingroom, diningroom, bedroom set.
Silver articles. Option to apart-
ment. No. 19, Apt. I, 46th Street,
telephone 3-3392.
FOR SALE2 innerspring mottresses,
$20.00 each or $35.00 for two.
House 607 Ancon Boulevord.
FOR SALE:New gos water heoter,
gas stove ono" 60 cycles refrigerat-
or. 37, 44th St. Apt. N.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
:
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FOR SALE:Buda Electric Plant, ga-
soline, 12 KW. Practicolly new.
See ot Morris property, Santa Cla-
ro, any time.
FOR SALE:"Croe" 24 Ft. tunnel
stern flat bottom riverboat with
screened cobin, Willys motor, ot
Gbmboa Yacht Club, contact Wol-
bridge. Gamboa Fire Station.
FOR SALEOne HP. 25 cycle .mo-
tor 1 10-220 volts, Disc plate 'sen-
der, for above motor bench cheap.
1471-Bv Holden St., Balboo, 2-
3096.
FOR SALE: Unclaimed recoped
tires. Planta Good Year of Panama.
Jernimo de le Ossa St. No. II.
FOR SALE:942 Ford 6 cylinder
4 door sedan. Good engine and
body. $325. Three wheel motor
scooter frame with ports, needs
work. Call Albrook 4273. Quar-
ters 91-A.
FOR SALE:Bicycle. Good condition.
House 610-X Ancon, near gas sta-
tion. Phone 2-1484.
Bids will be received in the office
of the General Manager, Commis-
sory Division. Mt. Hope. C. Z., un-
til 3:00 p. m., Thursdoy, August
9. 1951. when they will be open-
ed in public, for furnishing 270,-
000 pounds, or alternatively. 1 35.-
000 pounds of Fine G'onuloted
Sugar. Forms of proposal, with full
particulars, may be obtained in
the office of the Supply & Ser-
vice Director, Balboa Heights, or
of the General Manoger, Com-
missory Division. Mt. Hope, C. Z.
FOR SALE:National radio receiver
with speoker. 25-cycle; sturdy
diningroom toble with 6 chairs;
electric clock', 25-cycle; dressers;
lamps; many other items. 647 Cas-
codos Road, Bolboo Heights. Phone
2-2643.
Williams Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frigidoires, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
PhHIi. .Beach cottages. Santo Clora.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Ponoma
3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673.
Gramiich'a Sonta Cloro beach-
cottoge*. Electric lea boxes, got
stoves, moderte rate. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT
House*
FOR RENT: In Arroijin furnished
five room concrete cottage. 6 1-2
miles from Locono Navy Base, sign
ot entrance. Johnson.
FOR RENT
Apartment*
ALHAMBRA APARTMINTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished aport
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobol. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
We run a PERMANENT
BARGAIN 8AIE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEMS
where the
FINEST QUALITY BAINT8
are prloed LOWER
than the cheapest.
Why not aave money
buying the best?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
279 Central Are.
Tel. 3-0140.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished 3 room
opartment, separte, maid's room.
Three months' lease. $125.00
month. Mar/sol Apts. 73-A Justo
Arosemeno Ave. Near U. S. Em-
bassy. Coll 2-2341,
LOST & FOUND
LOST:Billfold money and voluoble
papers. Reward. Box 256, Balboo.
FOR SALE:One 1941 Buick 2-door
special, new tires, runs good, $225.
00. 551-B, Curundu Hgts.
FOR SALE: 1946 Lincoln Club
Coupe, fully equipped, radio, new
tires, new battery, excellent con-
dition $700. Terms arranged.
Phone 743. Coco Solo.
FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet. 2-
1 Door, De Luxe 20,500 miles,
black, undercoated. new tires, new
bottery. seat cove-s, original own-
er. Excellent condition. 1648E,
Dioblo. Phone 87-4278.
Sojourner* Initiate
Lt. Melvin Hoist
The National Sojourners Initia-
ted new member Lt. Melvin Hoist.
ama Chapter 35 during the reeru-
'ar meeting held Wedneaday
evening; at the Quarry Heights
Officers Club. Canal Zone.
Chapter president Gen eral
William C Christy presided over
the meeting which was attended
Ipy 26 members One of two ap-
pointments placed Rabbi Nathan
Witkin in the Chaplain's post, re-
placing Chaplain Edward T.
Donahue who has left for the
United State?. The other ap-
pointment was for Capt. C. O.
Qlisson t U. S. N. i to serve with
Lt. Col. J. W Bid well and Lt.
Col. E T. Marsh on the enter-
tainment committee for August.
Leal Notice
JNITED STATES DISTfllCT CCUBT
FOSt THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
alkM Divl.i.
7 THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE i
IF
bete*. Elu.a.th ".
Episcopal Youth
Conference Meets
At Gatun Farm
The Annual Episcopal Youth
Conference is in attendance this
week at the Alhveather Experi-
mental Farm on Oatun Lake.
Thirty-five young people and
their leaders representing the
Cathedral of St. Luke. Ancon; St.
Peter's. La Boca; St. Paul's. Pan-
ama; St. Christopher's. Rio Aba-
Jo; St. James. Red Tank; St. 81-
mon's. Gamboa: Christ Church
by-the-Sea, colon; St. George's,
Gatun: St. Marys. Silver City
and the Qhurch of Our Saviour,
New Cristobal are being offered a
Leadership Training course dur-
ing the week.
The Rev. Malnert J. Peterson,.
District Youth Director. 1* dean
of ihe Conference assisted bv the
Rev. Lemuel B. Shirley as chap-
lain. Mrs. Roger H. Greene. Dis-
trict Director of Christian Edu.
cation and Mrs. Mainert J. Pet-
erson are also on the faculty.
Each year the National Youth
Commission plans the main em-
phasis and study program for the-
young people of the Church. This
year for 1951-52 the plan Is set
forlh under the general theme:
"Continue In that Holv Fellow-
ship." A special stud'v will be
made of the Brazilian Episcopal
Church because of the Important
and wide-spread advance In the
life of the Brazilian Church with-
in recent years.
FOR SALE: 1941 Ford 4-door se-
don 29,000 miles, duty poid, $400.
00. Also bedroom set. 8062, 8th St,
Between Melendei^Santo Isabel
Ave., Colon.
FOR SALE:Piano-verticol
Inquire 9065 Apt. H,
Wilcox Apts. Colon.
Grand
7th. St.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED: Kholer electric plqnt,
1.5 KVA AC. 60 cycle. Phone 3-
1581.
WANTED:Crib, bothinette. play-
pen. In aood condition. Phone
743 Coco Solo,
Help Wanted
WANTED: Maid, references, good
with children, 350-L. Pedro Mi-
guel, offer 4:30 p. m.
Position Offered
WANTED:Experienced white soles-
persop with references for Jewel-
ry Store, knowledge of English ond
Spanish essentiol. Good opportun-
ity for right person. Write full
particulars to apartado 1297, Pa-
nama.
FOR RENTModern furnished apart-
ment for couple or smoll, family.
All conveniences. $60.00 monthly.
Paitilla Airport Rood No. 121.
FOR RENTIndependent opartment,
livingroom, bedroom, diningroom,
services, furniture ovoiloble. No.
4, Avenido Central.
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed-
room apartment for three bache-
lors. Frigidqirt, balcony, Tel. 3-
1648.
FOR RENT: One bedroom, omple
independent aportment. garage.
168 Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: Furnished room, ot
4th of July Avenue No. 49.
FOR RENT: 'Apartments of one
bedroom, sitting-room and dining-
room, kitchen, both ot No 20 Vio
Espaa, see De Costro B Avenue
No. 24. Phone 2-1616, Panama.
Mr. & Mrs Co nal Zone:
rot l ISHIONS M.IP-IUVKM
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' NOTICE i bareby iven that pa-
Ition for the pr'ihe-e of the ill of!
iARTHA ELIZABETH HART, dereeted:
n4 tor the saneare nf letter of ariml- \
tratioa with the iH anneied to thai
'.bile Adealnntrator of the Canal Zonal
filed In tale Coon on July . IM I
r,d that July 27. IS1. at a o'eloi-k a.
the Courtroom of thii Court
ineaa. Canal lone, he been set far |
te hearlnr of said petffiun. when and
he#e any parson interested ma. appear
d rootest the same, and show rauae.
' any. why said petition abould not be
'sated
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Gov. Outlines Needs
Of New Constitution
For Puerto Rico
BARRANQUITA8. Puerto Rico.
July 20 'UP).Gov. Luis Munoz
Marin declared that the pro-
posed "home-rule" constitution
of this U S. Island must guar-
antee the "riahts of Individuals
and all minorities religious,
racial and Intellectual, as well
as political."
The Governor spoke at cere-
monies in this little mountain
town marking the 98th an-
niversary of the birth of his
father, the late Luis Munoz Ri-
vera, who was born and buried
here The spevch was broadcast
to all parts of the Island.
Some 5.000 persons came here
to hear the speech at first hand
and to visit Munoz Rivera's
grave.
The elder Munoz was a pion-
eer campaigner for Puerto Ri-
can autonomy who became one
of the Islands most revered
statesmen. He began pressing
for autonomy In the days of
8panlsh rule, and ^t the time
of his death he was Puerto
Rlcan Resident Commissioner In
Washington the highest post
a native Puerto Rlcan could
hold at that time.
Munoz Marln touched briefly
on the proposed constitution in
a speech devoted mainly to the
political and economic achieve-
ments '' his Administration.
He made no reference to the
birth control question, one of
the most hotly debated issues
that has arisen in connection
with the proposed charter.
Insular Auditor Rafael de J.
Cordero said in a recent speech
that some system of birth con- i
trol must be adopted here to !
solve th*> pressing problem of i
overpopulation.'
The Catholic magazine Ver-
bo, however, demanded In its ;
latest issue thet sterilization
and the promo n or use of
contraceptive devices be speci-
fically outlawed by the pro- j
posed CotuUtuUoo.
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deals in which they expected to
obtain lucrative 89-year-leases
on government buildings.
The two priest aald thev sank
about $200.000 of church funds.
Father Marklw. an aged man
who spdfce with a heavy Polish
accent, explained that his church
did not expect to use the govern-
ment buildings. Mason persuad-
ed him the building* could be
sub-lfased at enormous profits.
He had visions of using the nro-
flts to build a new church, a
school ar.td "a summer camp for
poor children" In his parish.
Father Newko said Mason told
them he was waiving his owp
$40 000 "lobbyist fee" on the sup-
posed deals but that he needed
money to pay off a group of 13
or 14 "army officers" who. he
said, had the final say on hand-
ing out the lucrative leases.
Katamy "thought that was the
way things were being done In
Washington." Finally he smelled
a rat and put the Senators on
Mason's trail.
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Tel 33
Paaam (S Central Are.
Tel. 2-S*S7
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Tnlamine 1.6 mg. per lb.
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LOST:
Black Leather Wallet
Vicinity oln. Cristobal or
MargaritaContaining val-
uable papers and X ticket* te
the Barn Dance At Hotel
Washington August 11th.
finder may keen papers but
owner has a sentimental at-
tachment to the tickets.
US House Votes Wage Price
Freeze In Snap Turnabout
BT VINCENT j. BURKE
WASHINGTON. July 20 (UP)
The House voted yeaterday to
freene waie-price ceilings for
/our months and Price Stabilizer
Michael V. DlSallr promptly
charg*d that lt might force the
shutdown of 'several hundred
thousand" business firms.
The amendment to the controls
bill, which was approved by a
vote of 180 to 151, would freeze
the ceilings, at their July 7 level
the day the bill became law. Crit-
ics called the proposal "Insin-
cere" b.ut backers said lt was nec-
essary for "real price control."
While Administration forces
were momentarily thrown Into
confusion by the surprise action.
Chairman Brent Spence, D., Ky.,
of the House Banking Commit-
tee, predicted the proviso will be
thrown out on a roll-call vote
tomorrow.
Spokesmen for the Wage Stab-
ilization Board said the decision,
if enacted into law, Would pre-
vent the expected- three to flva
per cent Increase In the present
10 per cent wage celling and ap-
parently prohibit action on thou-
sands of appeals for Individual
union wage hike*.
It also appeared possible the
proposed freeze would deprive
more than 3,000,000 automobile,
railroad and other workers of
their customary cost-of-llving
wage adj ustments due in the next
four months.
The amendment, put over y
the OOP-Southern Democratic
coalition, apparently would su-
persede the "middleman's profit"
amendments voted Wednesday
at least for the four-month pe-
riod of the freeae.
The profit amendments had
drawn the strongest criticism by
top Administration officials of
any action to date by either
House on the new controls legis-
lation.
Price Chief Michael V. DISalle
charged lt would "destroy the en-
tire price control program" and
make wage controls impossible.
Defense Moblllzer Charles E.
Wilson said disabling the con-
trols program would lessen the
chances of averting World War
III.
Economic Stabilizer Eric John-
ston said today's final vote on
controls will tell whether consu-
mer costs will rise by billions of
dollars.
The amendment was offered
by Rep. James C. Davis. D. Oa.
It would provide for freezing
ceilings on wages, prices, salaries
and "other compensation" at July
7, 1951. levels for a ISO-day pe-
riod, beginning the day the pro-
vision becomes law.
The only exception would be
farm products which are now
selling below parity, the Govern-
ment's "fair prloe standard."
Colombian Minister Flays
'Big-City Intellectuals'
BOGOTA. July 20 i UP) Inte-
rior Minister Domingo Sarasty
today accused "ktig-clty intellec-
tuals'' of launching a campaign
of "mass murder, arson, theft and
rape" in an effort to undermine
Colombia's conservative govern-
ment.
The government frequently has
accused the opposition Liberal
Party of such crimes in the pe*t,
but Sarasty did not refer directly
to the Liberals.
In a broadcast report on the
domestic developments of the
Sist year, he accused unldentl-
ed "Intellectuals" of inciting the
underworld through "clandestine
manifestos'' and radio propagan-
da.
"(They) urg* disregard for le-
gitimate authority..." Sarasty
said. 'The underground radio
called 'Free Colombia' slanders
the President i Conservative Lau-
reano Gomez) and his co-work-
ers, hurls the worst possible epi-
thets at officials of the army and
the police, condones crime and
enhances the reputation of (anti-
Government) criminals."
As a result, Sarasty said, "some
sectors of the republic" have b**n
subjected to a campaign of "per-
manent subversion." character-
ized by "theft, arson, looting,
mass murder and the whole ga-
mut of the crime* of which hu-
man beings are capable."
The Interior Minister said th*
effects of this campaign have
been felt mosc severely in th
tates of Antloquia. TOUma, Cun-
dlnamarca and Boyacathe cen-
tral states nearest the capital.
He appealed for peace and or-
der, declaring that "the nation
may be sure that the government
will carry out Its duties without
fear or vacillation."
The Interior Minister declared
that the Government will hold
elections "soon he did net spe-
cify a datefor a parliament to
replace the one dissolved on Nor.
0, 1949, date of the last Presi-
dential election.
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TUR. AND MRS. SMITH TO ENTERTAIN FOR THEIR SONS
AT ARMY AND NAVY CLCB THIS EVENING
Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer Smith have invited SO young
people to a cocktail buffet this evening at the Army and
Navy Club. Fort Amador. The party will honor their song,
John Palmer Smith III, a student at the University of Penn-
sylvania, and Orlando Flye Smith, Mho attends Clemgon Cl-
lete-
Argentine Ambassador
Returns from Washington
Colonel Julio A. Lopez Muniz,
Ambassador of Argentina to Pa-
nama, has returned from a short
trip to Washington. D.C.
Informal Reception
The Colombian Charge d'Af-
faires. Dr, Leopoldo Bordo Rol-
dan, received members of the Co-
lombian colony In Panama this
morning at the Embassy on the
occasion of Colombian Indepen-
dence Day.
Mrs. Sinnotfs Luncheon Honors
Visitor from New York
Mrs. Harry J. Slnnott enter-
tained at luncheon and bridge
yesterday at her home on Cable
Heights, honoring her sister,
Mrs. John Abbatemarco of Pel-
ham. New York, who is her house
guest.
Return from
Wedding Trip
Mr. and Mrs. Guillermo An-
dreve (Ana Lucrecia Arias) re-
turned by airplane this week
from their wedding trip to Lima.
Peru. They were married In Pan-
ama June 23.
Bert J. Shelton V.
Married in Oregon
The following account of the
marriage of Bert Jack Shelton V.
formerly of Ancon. to Miss Hellin
Anna-Maija Louhi of Finland,
appeared in the Corvallls (Ore-
gon i "Gazette Times":
"Miss Hellin Anna-Maija Louhl
Of Merlkarvla, Finland and Mr.
Bert Jack Shelton V. of Panama
City were united in a double ring
ceermony June 20 at the Grace
Lutheran Church in Corvallls,
Oregon.
"The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. K- A. Louhl of
Finland and the bridegroom Is
the son of the late Herbert Shel-
ton and Mrs. Rosarlo Vazquez de
Shelton of Panama.
"Rev. F. W. Kasklnen of the
Astoria Zlon Lutheran church of-
ficiated at the ceremony, which
was performed In a setting of
summer flowers with calla lilies,
palms and lighted candles In the
background. Mr. Joseph Brye pre-
sided at the organ and Mrs. Vic-
tor Overman was in charge of
the church decorations.
"For her wedding the bride
wore a gown of white satm with
lace trim and matching mitts.
Her veil of illusion fell from a
floral coronet and extended into
i full.tttin. It was sent Iron.
Finland for the wedding and had
been worn by the bride's mother
and her sister at their weddings.
She carried an orchid attached
toa white Bible.
Betty Hawthorne, her attend-
ant wore a fomal gown of pastel
blue and carried a nosegay of
pink and white sweetpeaa. Glenn
Edwards was best man.
"A reception was held at the
home of Dr. Margaret Flncke and
Dr. Clara Storvick. Mrs. Rachel
Dube and Miss Mel-ling Wu
poured punch, and Mrs. Glenn
Edwards cut the wedding cake.
Miss Sally Schlegel was in
charge of the guest book.
"For her going away ensemble,
the bride chose a light green suit
with white accessories and a
white orchid. The couple left on
a wadding trip through central
Oregon and Washington. They
may make their home in Panama
City In September.
"The bride was educated in
Finland and received her Mas-
ter s Degree In Food Nutrition at
Oregon 8tate College. The bride-
groom Is a graduate of Colorado
Schol of Mines with the degree of
Petroleum Engineer. At present
he has a fellowship and teacher's
assistantshlp in Oregon State
College where he Is obtaining his
Master's Degree in Geology."
i Engagement Announced
! in Panama
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Ramon Qui-
zado have announced the en-
i gagement and approaching mar-
j riage of their daughter. Marltza,
I to Hernn Porras, son of Alicia C.
I de Porras.
The wedding will take place
the evening of July twenty-ninth
at eight o'clock at Cristo Rey
Church in Vista del Mar.
Ralph Otten. Mrs. W. C- Hear-
on. Mrs. Albert F. Daniel, Mrs.
Qayle O'Connell. Mrs. Robert
McCloskey.Mrs. John Terry. Mrs.
Leon E. Dedeaux, Mrs. Walter
I. Coldasure. Mrs.W. Coffy and
Mrs. C. Norman Little.
Mr. and Mrs. Hlldrtlh
Visitors in Panama
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hildreth of
New York have been visitors In
Panama this week, stopping at
Hotel El Panama. They arrived
from Mexico Tuesday and Mr.
Hildreth left Thursday by air-
plane for New York. His wife sail-
ed today on the S3 Cristobal for
New York.
Return to Aruba
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Baker and
Mrs. Fred Buckholtz left Tuesday
by airplane for their homes hi
Aruba, Netherlands West Indies,
after a week's visit here. Mr. and
Mrs. Baker were at the Hotel Tl-
voli and Mrs. Buckholtz was the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Schrlftglesser In Balboa.
India Will Still Get US Aid
Though Trading With Russia
WASHINGTON, July 20 (UP)
The National Security Council
has exempted India from
the Congressional bttn on econo-
mic aid to nations selling war-
potential materials to the Soviet
bloc.
It acted in the "security inter-
est of the United States" on
([rounds the recent U. S. food
oan to India has made that na-
tion more friendly to this coun-
try and cutting off aid would re-
verse the trend.
In addition. It said there is no
evidence India is sending any di-
rectly war-useful goods to Russia
and her satellites, although It Is
exporting banned Items such as
gunnysacks, shellac, goat skins
and pepper.
The action came as Senate Re-
publican Leader Kenneth S.
Wherry of Nebraska accused Pre-
sident Truman of "willful nulli-
fication" of the aid ban contain-
ed in the so-called "Kern amend-
ment" to a recent money bill.
Wherry served notice he will
try to delay all money bills for
foreign economic and military
aid ".jjntil this Administration
.'earns that eniorcement of the
law is Its dutynot Its choice."
Simultaneously, Sen. Herbert
R. O'Conor, D., Md.. asserted that
huge amounts of strategic goods
such as penicillin and silicon
steel sheets still are going to
Communist China from the West.
He said strict new export embar-
To Visit In Boston
William Altman, sen of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Altman of Bal-
boa, left on the 88 Cristobal to-
day to spend several weeks with
friends in Boston and other parts
of New England.
Visitors Honored
by Mrs. Schrlftglesser
Mrs. J. E. Schrlftglesser gave
a tea Thursday 6f last week at
her home In Balboa In honor of
Mrs. Fred Buckholtz and Mrs.
George Baker, who came to Pan-
ama from Aruba for the Ameri-
can Legion and Legion Auxiliary
| Department conventions. Mrs.
i Buckholtz was the delegate from
I Aruba to the Auxiliary conven-
tion and Mrs. Baker's husband
I was the delegate to the Legion
1 convention.
With the guests of honor Mrs.
8chriftglesser entertained Mrs.
C. E. Campbell. Mrs. George En-
sile. Mrs. E. J. Altkin, Mrs.
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Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McKay of
Bella Vista announce the birth of
a son Wednesday. July IB at the
Fort Clayton Hospital.
Silver City Exhibit
To Close Summer
Recreation Program
The Summer Recreation Pro-
ram which is conducted by the
Physical Education It Recreation
Branch of the Division of Schools
will come to a close on Friday,
July 27, with a general exhibi-
tion which will be hold at the
Silver City Study Hall commenc-
ing at 2:00 p.m.
A display of various Items
made by the children from Camp
Blerd, Silver City, and Camp
Coiner during the Summer Re-
creation Period will be exhibit-
ed to the public general.
Monday, July 30, there'll be a
contest among the districts of
the Atlantic Side beginning at
2:30 p.m.
Three neutral Judges will be
selected to determine who will
vie for supremacy from the out-
standing articles selected from
the display in shell craft, em-
bJoidery, crocheting, arts and
craft, rafia, moulding, and mis-
cellaneous.
There'll be seven first place
awards for the winners of the
above-mentioned handle rafts,
and the members of the Rhythm
Band directed by the Misses
Dixon and Lynton will be on
hand to supply the latest hits.
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CXapp's Foods to so tempting
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Yet, Clapv's mikM only baby
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The National Security Council,
top-level military and diplomatic
strategy board headed by the
President, acted under a proviso
in the "Kern amendment" per-
mitting exceptions when deemed
necessary for U B. security.
It previously had exempted
Norway and Austria and sus-
pended application of the aid two
on all other nations for 90 days
pending study of their status. It
was these previous steps which
drew Wherry's fire. He said ex-
emptions should be granted by
commoditiesbut countrle.
The council said a strong, In-
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Instant Relief
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FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1951
&A/llantc Society
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"^DEPARTING COUPLES ._-,
COMPLIMENTED WITH DLNNER PARTY
,.,,, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Adams of Brazos Heights enter-
1,0,-Uined with a dinner party at their Brazos Heights home, tart
Hit veninit to honor several friends who are leatIbj Mhe 1Isth-
mus in the near future. Those who shared honors at the
dinner were Captain and Mrs. Robert S. Fahle who are
feS for Se."e Washington, Mr and Mrs Duhmd
* DarllnV who are oing to San Francisco. Cal.. Colonel and
- Mrs Thomas M Lamer who are being transferred to Penn-
1 yiranta, and Mr. and Mrs. William B. Middlemas who leave
*" on the 24th for a vacation.
- The dinner was served buffet mer members of her art class.
*tvle with-a model of a United They were: Mrs. Samuel D. Ay-
Yu Comoanv ship and tropical! cock. Mrs. B. G. Tydeman. Mrs.
t ffirsfmrPmtagthe centerpiece W.P. QulnnlI.WilliamA. Van
The other miests were: Colonel Slclen. Jr.. Mrs. W. H. wems. wirs.
' arid Mrs sanfwd Goodman. Rev. L. I. P Fletcher. MUs Florence
' Snd Mrs MA. Cookson. Dr. and ; Lamson Mrs. Jesse Byrd.Mrs R.
Mrs Melvin L. Lea. Mr. andjH. Graham Mrs. Frank Wolf,
Mrs Anlnonv Raymond. Miss Mrs. John Fahnestock Mrs E.
m,le MenendeV Mr and Mrs.' W. MillspauRh. Mrs. John Blen-
M^rcellV Orlngolre. Mr Daulton nerhassett. Mrs. George Engelke
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and Mrs. Arthur Lane.
Miss Norma Lee Van Siclen
presided at the tea service and
X WaTte^A Koerber. who Is Miss Pat Stadler and Miss Jean-
leavnB the first of AurusI to re- lne Nix assisted the hostess,
side In California was compll-, -,
mentcd with a tea Klven yester- Farewell Party for Joan Blalr
dk""afternoon by Mrs. Carl Nix Miss Joan Blalr whc.Isleaving
at her Galun residence. next week to make her home in
at nci ua hp states was honored with a
The euastc included close party given bv Miss Sheila Mc-
frlends of the honoree and for- Namee at the home of her par-
Balking Ba rrymore Sets
KindOfFamilyPrecedent
HOLLYWOOD. July 20, (UP)-1 "I guess this Is one time I miss
John Barrymore, Jr's ancestors my cue gasped ^e Great Pro-
have gone on with the show when file as he was hustled off to the
they sulfered everythln? from hosoilal
ents Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mc-
Namee of Gatun.
Games and dancing were en-
Joyed by the group .after which
buffet refreshments were served.
The guests were: Misses Mary
Ann Hannlgan. Alice Hannigan,
Carol George, Carol Newhard,
Catherine Daniels. Diane McLa-
ren, Ann Thomas. Roberta Will-
lams and Nancy Gibson. Messrs:
Leslie Croft. Keith Moumblow.
Leslie Rhinehart. Danny Kissam.
Danny Kennedy. Bill Robinson,
Edward Sterns and Brian Mc-
Namee.
Bill McGinn Leaving for Norfolk
Mr. William McGinn, son of
Mr. and and Mrs. Thomas Mc-
Ginn of Oatim. left yesterday en
route to Norfolk. Va.. where he
will start his Naval R.O.T.C.
Training at the Naval Operating
Base. With his class he will take
a Caribbean training cruise, re-
turning to the Isthmus from Au-
gust 18 to 24 aboard the "Missou-
ri." Mr. McGinn, who has com-
pleted his Junior year at the
University of California at Los
Angeles has been spending the
Union Church Auxiliary met
Thursday morning at the home
of Mrs. Walter Watts for morn-
ing coffee and a business meet-
ing.
Mrs. Gilbert Lee. the leader of
the group, conducted the busi-
ness meeting and Mrs. W. C.
Smith gave the devotlonals.
The door prize was won by Mrs.
C. V. Scheldegg. The other
members present were: Mrs.
William Badders, Mrs. Fred New-
hard, Mrs. Ralph Graham. Mrs.
Leslie Croft. Mrs. Sam Mauldln
and Mrs. Howard Munro.
N. J. Owen Auxiliary Meeting
The ladles of the Auxiliary of
the Nathaniel J. Owen Unit No.
3, of Gatun. met Wednesday
evening at the American Legion
Hall In Gatun for their business
meeting and an evenlne of bingo.
Mrs. JackBarr. president, con-
ducted the business meeting. Mrs.
D. P. Rasmussen and Mrs. Barr
were co-hostesses and had charge
of the games and refreshments
The prizes were won by Mrs.
John McDermott, Miss Pegey
Joyce Marsh. Mrs. Donald Nel-
son. Mrs. V. J. Holt and Mrs. R.
T. Mann.
Visiting on Pacific Side
Mr. and Mrs. Dashwood Dar-
-, ling .of Brazos Heights crossed
summer vacation with his par- the Isthmus to be the guests of
...i_ nnUn.l nnrf tire r\ouM W tUO\tVPt
ents.
Lydla Group Meeting
The Lydla Group of the Gatun and Mrs. C. F. Williams.
Colonel and Mrs. David B. Schorr.
Miss Ann Henrlquez of Colon,
is visiting her grandparents, Mr.
Stase fright to a broken hip.
The profile. Jr.. became the
first Barrvmore In 300 years to
quit a plav when he ducked out
of a role at a Chirr.eo summer
Lionel stepped in via the best
Barrymore tradition and took his
brother's place on the show. Ten
days later, Jack died.
Sister Ethel has followed the
thea'er Tuesday. He savs he got tradition too. The day of her
sca-rd brother's death the grand dame
But down the years the rest of of the theater pave a Pertonn-
the Barrvmore clan ha< held to anee as usual in The Corn is
the tradition that the footlights .Green" in Boston. After the fi
tl '
al curtain the audience eave her
a standing ovation.
Miss Barrvmore once emoted in
, a Broadway play although her
Barrvmore ever admits he is ill." I temperature was 104.
Mrs. Drew, a reigning stage i But the greatest "show must eo
oueen prac t i c e d what she on" exploit of the Barrymores Is
preached too. The day she ex- Lionel's. He broke his hip twice,
pired at the age of 75 she insisted In 1938 and 1939. Though.he can t
on rehearsing her lines for a walk, he's still acting.
come first.
M's. John Drew. Sr.. the grand-
mother of the late John. Lionel
and Ethel, set the example by
announcing to them that "no
forthcoming plav right up to the
last minute.
.-, Another Barrymore also died
virtually with his boots on. John
;.,Sr. or Jack as he was called, was ,.... * **-*-. r~
reoearslne for an appearance on quit like his nephew did.
Rudv Vallces radio program "This show-must-go-on stuff
- when he collapsed In Mav. 1942. Is a lot of baloney," snorts Lionel.
Lionel says he and Jack suf-
fered from stage frteht like John
i Jr.. but they struggled to work.
j anyway. He claims that's because
i thev "didn't have the nprve to
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Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
THE RAZOR'S EDGE
Friendly warning: Billy Rose Is a little guy. but when he's
around, don't whistle "Come On-a My House".. .Something In the
news recalls an old anecdote over the liver and Runyons at LI *
dy's: A Broadwayward took a chorine to Canada on a week-eoc
.. .As thev were about to start back, remorse set in and he whisp-
ered. "If I should tell you. darling, that I'm married and .1 m
Soing back to mv wife, what would you do?" She gave him a
aby pout and replied. "Honey. I'd kill myself." "Good girl, he
aid. 'Good girl.".. .M. 8. and M. T. are two of the several show
figures who are glad Joyce Mathews didn't cut anything all the
way except her latest attachment.
Bandleader Ersklne Hawkins la In 37th St. Jail In arrears
1*1,040" on alimony to his frau, Flo...Julie Wilsons big London
amour Is Sir Malcolm Chetwyck...Jolnlng the Latin Quarter snow
next Sunday Joe Friscoan added stutter.. 20th-Fox will co-star
Garv Coper and his new flame. Pat Neal. In "Battle Cry" Rocky
Cooper will wing for Europe, with, maybe: Peter Lawiord not lar
behind. Chill Williams has given up on being a blonde.
Jim Thorpe, the greatest athlete the world ever pro-
duced, has retained counsel to fight for S410.W0.M0Q be
savs Is due hit tribe, the Sac and Fox of Oklahoma, dating
from 1M4. The Government disputes his cltiienahip
rights to take action as an individual. The deadline for
filini Is Aug. 13. Most Indians are-not aware of anv such
arbitrary limitation on their rights. ..Thorpe, a Carlisle
graduate, stumbled onto the fact while In Washington,
attending a celeb golf tournament.
Henry Filet, the textile man. will wed one of the De Marco
Sisters.. .Model Sunny Enqulst, back from Paris, where she danced
with Aly Khan, gushes that he's "Fascinatingbut so conceited"
...Pat McCoy is playglrl non grata at Armando's, for barging in
barefooted...Shipping VIP Hugh Long was drowning off Capri
when he was rescued bv King Farouk's yacht crew...TV manu-
facturer Jack Milliken. ex-husband of Eleanor Alsop Paterno. B
refugee from the plush-rope dumps at P. J. Clarke's Third Ave
pub with glorious Gloria Stavers.
Vito Marcantonlo is of more aid and comfort to the Commies
out of Congress than he ever was in It. It is unllikely be will run
to regain the East Harlem seat he lost. He has set up shop In
Washington as a left-wing lobbyist and contactman; Using his
prerogtalve as an ex-Congressman, he has full privileges of the
floors and the cloakrooms of both Houses. There he buttonholes
members. Instructing the consecrated how to vote and making
clear to the others the perils of reprisal by "labor" and other
political minorities.
As a representative. Marc was so notoriously identified with
pro-Communist causes only a handful of the hardy dared vote
along. These often included Senators Lehman and Kefauve.
Congressmen F. D. Roosevelt. Jr.. and Sabath. Most others ieared
political death If they openly strung with him. But now that his
"line" Is no longer a matter of record. It la safe to be persuaded
by him. Marc, aa I have pointed out frequently, is a likable little
guy, personally, and was always popular with colleagues of all
denominations and complexion*.
Labor News
And
(eminent
Vacation tip: If you are willing to spend your holiday
n a lonely moutain peak and now then turn field-glasses
on your vista In all directors, hunting signs of forest-fires.
I'ncle Whiskers will pay the husband $55 a week and the
wife $20. Must be a married couple. No cheating, yon!
Freddy Martin Is sparking a "Barclay Allen Week.1, The pur-
pose is to restore morale and money to Allen, the pianist-maestro
and song-writer who had just finished a Capital record when, af-
ter an auto crash, he was left totsJlv paralyzed except for his
hands and his brain. Two of his hits. "The New Look" and "Cu-
mana," were going strong. But. at 28, broken and bewildered, he
lost his flair and his desire to compose. He has a wife and two
young children. Martin, in whose orchestra Allen first gained re-
cognition, has arranged with Capital to release his last two re-
cords and to pay him double royalties. The publishers will re-
linquish all participation in receipts for his sheet music. Big
men in both industries have enlisted to promote the cause and
help bring the talented young unfortunate back.
Li Whitney, whose reference-room record Ls studded with
horsey Items, ls breeding Welrmaner hound-dogs. And if you can
tell me what-the-heck those are. you can get your name In th"
paper, right here.. .Gene Tunney helped two sailors break up an
East 63d St. mugging (known in Washington as "yoking")
Armar Archbold. whose grandfather founded Standard Oil with
John D. Rockefeller, and Mriam Thropp. whose grandfather was
Kresident of the Pensylvania R. R.. dresesd very simply and act-
lg very unhelressish at Armando's, sipping what their forebears
hadmints...Artist Franz Bueb. who used to be quite a sketch
around with Hedy Lamarr. drawing all eyes as he escorts cover-
girl Loma Bolton... Dolly Kaye is singing honeymoon nocturnes
with 81d Steam. Miami hotelman.
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THE MAIL BOX
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.attars r received erotttull and ara handled m a .whelty confidential
aaesiner.
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oat doy. Ittrtrs ora pwoHsliad in the ardor recorves.
.Plaste try to kaes Iba letter* limited te oaa pap* least.
Ideality al letter writsn n haM in strictest confidence
Thie aewspepat assumes aa 'csponsibity tat statements at oainieas
tiaiessca' ia letters trom readers
PROGRAM CHANGE
SUGGESTED
Gamboa
June 27, 1851.
The Mall Box,
Care Panam American.
Otar Sir:
I wish to enclose the following
letter "To 30 years service in re-
gard to Radio Program."
I also don't care for the "Htll-
Bllly" program but I can stand
them for IS minutes or so on the
air Perhaps my living in the
State of Tennessee for four years
may have made me tired of the
usual hill-billy (as you put it)
music.
I do have a suggestion to make
far the APRS which may help
jou enjoy your program more.
I am a housewife and would
enjoy the radio more between 1:30
p.m. and 3:30 pjn. or 5 p.m. if
they would have the so-called
"Family Program" during those
hours, while our children are
saving the afternoon siesta.
Most of the servicemen work
sgitll 5 p.m. Then when dinner is
over the men can enjoy their ball
f;ames, etc.. while the wife is do-
ng the dishes and putting the
children to bed
Personally speaking, by the
time my dinner dishes are fin-
ished I am ready to go to bed
with a good book.
My husband is very fond of the
baseball games and can only en-
y them on Saturday and Slin-
ky-
Think about it___
"Fear "ears In The Tropics."
MISPLACED ZONIANS .
Ancon.C.Z.
Mail Box,
The Panam American
Dear Sirs:
I heard over the radio recently
of the arrival of thousands of
misplaced foreign refugees arriv-
ing In the U. S. A. seeking new
homes. This coming year there
will be over 150 misplaced old-
timers (retired Americans i that
have been ordered off the Zone
by the new organization. Many
of these old-timers have lived on
the Zone so long that they have
lost all connections with their
former residence In the States.
You readers of this article
think this over seriously. Don't
you really think an injustice has
been done to these old-timers,
many of whom have no families,
many of them sick and Infirm
and unfit for travel?
I am quotlng^n extract from
Drew_ Pearson's column in The
Panam American of July U:
"Democracy ls more than
achievement, more than material
progress, more than elections and
government. Democracy Is essen-
tially a faith of freedom, of equa-
lity, of human dignity and broth-
erhood."
Do we have this democracy on
the Canal Zone under this new
reorganization? Can we have de-
mocracy without representation?
Bewildered.
By JOHN EDQAR HOOVtR
Director, FM.I.
{Victor Riesel is on vaca-
tion. John Edgar Hoover,
Director, Federal Bureau of
Investigation, V. S. Depart-
ment o/ Justice, is substitut-
ing for him. today as special
guest columnist.)
WASHINGTON The room
was dimly lighted. Little puffs of
cigarette smoke, colling up like
tiny geysers, lastly burst and
Uoated away. The room's oc-
cupants were quiet except
one. He was giving a speech
a Communist speech...........
. This was a closed Communist
Party meeting.
The speaker was nearlng the
end after almost 45 minutes.
"Comrades, one more thing."
He looked at his listeners, one
by one. "And that's security.
Some of you are carrying around
lists of Party members. That is
absolutely forbidden, you know
that. Headquarters has Issued
orders that these names never
should be carried on your per-
son."
He stopped momentarily, wait-
ing for his words to take effect.
"And I know the guilty ones!"
I Several of the comrades stir-
red a flash of unbelief circu-
lated. "How did he know?" The
answer was Immediately forth-
coming.
"It's very simple," the speaker
smiled. "I've searched your bill-
folds."
Stealthy, deceitful, under-
handed fhat is Commun-
ism in action a conspiracy
which corrodes, not only the
soul of this great nation,
but even searches the pocket-
books of its own Party
members behind their backs'.
This incident symbolizes the
danger of Communism the
enemy America must defeat.
The Communist Party, USA, ls
today dropping ever deeper un-
derground. The conspiracy,
which has utterly failed to at-
tract the American people In
open, aboveground combat, Is si-
lently retreating to prepared po-
sitions to continue, from the
catacombs' of treason, the flsht
against democracy, free govern-
ment and religion.
Let's take a close-up view of
the underground Communist
Party. Just what ls its strategy?
The answer: Communist lead-
ers are attempting to develop a
more mobile, highly organized
and closely knit Party a task
force of destructios. They want
a Party, fanatically disciplined,
undeviatlngly loyal, thoroughly
dependable.
This Party structure is be-
ing hammered into shape.
The unreliable, the faint in
heart, the skeptical art be-
, ing systematically eliminat-
ed. Integrity of character,
disbelief, independent
thought these have disap-
peared under under the
pressure of conformity. To-
day's Party member is a
hardened, disciplined devotee
of Communist doctrine.
A "loyalty" program has been
instituted, attempting to expose
"spies." The slightest doubt, and
out the member goes you need
only ask some of the "Innocent"
ones who have been expelled.
Discipline has been drastically
increased. In some areas 15 to
20 per cent of the membership
has been expelled. The "excess
poundage." so to speak. Is being
stripped off the Party is be-
ing put Into fighting trim.
Security measures are being
intensified. Anything which
might betray Party business
must be avoided: Use special
couriers, don't write letters or
send telegrams; beware of
speeding, this might cuse the
arrest of Party officials: never
discuss Party business In restau-
rants. Then an admonition, see-
mingly unnecessary, "D on't
write on tablecloths."
The result: Party member-
ship, most naturally, has de-
clined from approxima-
tely 55.000 a year ago to
roughly 43fl00 today. These
figures, however, are high-
ly misleading. The true
strength of th Communist
Party rests not >t numbers,
but in fanatic: . strategic
placement, inflar tee and dis-
cipline. Communist strength
ground. That ls our responslbl-
sands of fellow travelers
and sympathizers both
the loyal believer and the
innocent dupe.
This is Communist strategy
and America's danger. The
Communists are busily co-ordi-
nating their conspiracy un-
observed, they hope. But the
FBI. as the governmestal agen-
cy charged with protecting the
Internal security of the nation.
is watching carefully, both
from aboveground and under-
ground. That is our responsibi-
lity to keep abreast of this
great conspiracy.
The FBI needs your help. The
American people have become
awakened to the danger of the
Communist menace.
That ls one of the reasons the
Communists are going under-
ground they can't stand the
righteous Indignation of an
aroused public opinion.
If you have any Information
relating to the nation's Internal
security, espionage, sabotage,
subversives, report It Immedia-
tely to the FBI
We can, working through de-
mocratic means, defeat this
strategy of deceit. The task be-
longs to all.
(Copynght 1951 Post-Hall
Syndicate. Ine.)
The Silent Partner
quMitY WASHMTOH
MERRY-GO-ROUND
y DRIW P1AKSON
w
Safari No Farther
By BOB RUARK
SOMEWHERE IN TANGANYIKA When I
mentioned an Intent to grapple with the king
of the beasts I had rather assumed that you
stalked out to the suburbs of Nairobi and
whistled one up. This seemed reasonable
enough a couple of days ago. when I wasn't
met at the airport by my white hunter, Harry
Selby, as is customary.
Mr. Donald Ker of the firm of Ker and
Downey Safaris. Ltd., which is bossing my show,
was apologetic.
"I am sorry Harry isn't here," he said apolo-
getically. "But the Game Department asked
him to nip out this afternoon and shoot a
rhino In the park. Mussed up one of the locals
rather badly, and they think It's gone rogue.
I tried to save it for you, but your plane was
just a touch late."
Harry was back in town at 7 p.m., after hav-
! Ing shot the rhino, and the next morning the
I Game Department called again to say there was
a bic leopard loose about four miles from town,
scaring the natives Into spasms, and did Mr,
' Ker have anyone In mind to shoot it as a spe-
! clal favor?
"This sort of stuff hasn't happened in 15
years," Ker said. "Not since they used to call
me up to go shoot the wildebeeste off the land-
ing strip at the airport so's to let .the planes
come In."
It was three days and four nights ago that
we left the leopard to his own devices and
took off into the wild. The tarmac road last-
ed about 40 miles and after that Harry Selby's
Land Rover, a sort of specially equipped jeep,
climbed its own hills with the tenacity of a
eoat and made its own roads through the bush.
Mr. Selby, a darkish, handsome youngster of 25.
drives a very fancy brand of Jeep. It seems to
be part of him and answers special demands
at a secret signal. It can swim, climb trees,
and bake bread with the grass seeds In the
radiator rill. /
I might mention that the soul I left In New
York has now caught up with me. because
heavy rains have wrecked the skimpy trails over
the mountain ranges and at times we average
at least five miles an hour. This does not In-
clude the speolal occasions when we must back-
track to pull Annie out of a pig hole.
Let me Introduce Annie. Annie is a truck
that carries all the gear and most of the boys.
She ls called Annie because the British name
for truck ls lorry. Any truck whose surname
is lorry, it seemed to. me In a fit of brilliance,
had to be first-named Annie. She is a willing
girl, ls old Annie, but she sticks In the mud
awful easy, and wheezes something frightful on
the hills.
Somebody once remarked that Africa was a
mighty big country, and after a trip though
the Masai country down Into Tanganyika, I'm
Inclined to think he had something specific in
mind. The Masai are a colorful tribe of hand-
some, prldeful people who Uve mainly oft milk
and blood, but they inhabit an awful amount
of rugged real estate, full Of mountains and
stones and things.
There is also a huge plain, an animal refuge
called the Serengetl. which ls a sea of exceed-
ingly dustv grass -literally seething with ani-
mals. We saw 14jf lions in 12 hours, for In-
stance, one of which we viewed from the Jeep
at the range of six feet. At six feet a lion ls
larger than I remembered. This one looked at
Mama and yawned. Mama did not yawn back.
She was not bored.
We have been pitching a fresh camp each
night, and I might say that In addition to being
larger than suspected. Africa is also noisier
than I have been led. to believe. The hyenas
sit Just outside the tent and giggle and growl
and whoop. The lions roar, and the leopards
cough, and the baboons bark, and the birds yelp
and scream and. complain angrily about the
Intruders In their midst. The bees whoop and
the tsetse files whizz and the mosquitoes buzz
and everything bites.
The female sector of this expedition did not
sleep her first night In a tent. She remarked
bitterly that she had not been raised in a
Dlace where hyenas tripped over the tent ropes
and lions pinched provisions from the kitchen.
From time to time I suspect this Jane Is not
fit mate for this particular Tarzan. who spent
most of last night swinging through the trees.
renewing old acquaintances with the monkeys.
Drew Pearson says: Chiang brother-in-law tries to corner
soybean market; From "ham and eggs" to "oil and
gold"; GOP outlines campaign targets for '52.
WASHINGTON.American truce negotiators ki Korea, have
noted with interest that the Chinese Communists are using Ameri-
can Jeeps. The American public has also wondered not only how
the Communist were able to obtain American equipment, but why
the Nationalist Government was driven out of China.
The sub-roea operations of the Chlank Kai-shek family may
,on* oi tne answers. Another of their operations has Just oome
io lighta move by a Chiang brother-in-law, with other wealthy
Chinese, to corner the soybean market at the expense of the
American public
The brother-in-law ls T. L. Soong. brother of Foreign Minister
";; S001?*- wh formerly handled much of the three and a! half
Pillion dollars worth of supplies which the United States sent to
China during the war. The soybean pool netted a profit of ApO.-
000,000 and shot up the cost to the American consumer $1 a bushel.
One of the strange things about the soybean manipulation
was that its operators knew exactly the right time to buy ufl'the
world's soybean supplya few weeks before the Communists In-
vaded Korea.
Recently this column told how Eugene Soong, son of.'lT L.
Soong. together with L. K. Kung. son of Dr. H. H. Kung, another
brother-in-law, sold a huge quantity of precious tki to the Chinese
Communists. As a result Secretary of Commerce Sawyer has now
oarred this group, together with three law partners of ex-secfitary
of defense Louis Johnson, from getting export licenses to trad
with any country for three years.
It was the father of Eugene Soong. T. L. Soong who bought
up half a million busnels of soybeans before the Korean war In
May 1950.
Soybeans are used for cattle and human food, In manufactur-
ing plastics and paints, and are essential for war production. And
66 Chinese bought up the huge quantity of 8,986,000 bushels On the .
Chicago board of trade at $2.34 a bushel. V
Shortly thereafter the price began to climb. It soared and
soared. Finally, five days after the Communists Invaded Korea,
the price hit $3.45-V a bushel, and the group sold out.
TX. Soong ls the same man In charge of supplies sent over the
Burma Road at a time when a series of warehouse fires and
"sabotage" caused the disappearance of large quantities of war
material.
Shortly thereafter. Soong left for the United States on a diplo-
matic passport, and was moved Into an even more Important spot
In Washingtonchief procurement officer of Chinese war supplies.
Soong Is still here. But. instead of handling war supplies, he ls
now speculating in soybeans at the expense of the American
public.
Operations like this may be one reason why the disillusioned
Chinese people threw out the Soong-Kung dynasty and accepted
Communism as a lesser evil.
OIL AND GOLD
Ex-Sen. Sheridan Downey of California recently met radio
correspondent Rudy Block. In a captol corridor. Downey, who rosa
io political fame on an old-age pension scheme known as "ham
and eggs," ls now lobbying at $3,000 a month tor tldelands oil.
"Well, senator." said Block, as they shook hands. "I see It's
from ham and eggs to oil and gold."
Easy Economy
By Peter Edson

WASHINGTON. (NEA). If any responsible
businessman were to walk Into any congress-
man's office and say "Look. Chum! Here's how
you can 'save three to five billion dollars for
the government, easy!" the congressman would
probably listen. If he didn't, he'd be derelict.
Congress has the opportunity to cut govern-
ment spending that much in the coming year.
But It's passing it up.
The opportunity to make this saving comes
through passage of a tough price-control bill
extension, complete with rollbacks.
The arithmetic of the thing ls fairly simple.
Defense Secretary George Marshall told Con-
gress recently that the $35 billion- appropriated
for military expenses last year was buying only
$29 billion worth of supplies, as they were pric-
ed on July 1. 1950. This was just after the Ko-
rean war broke out.
The $7 billion a year difference in costs was
due to lnflalton. Because there were no price
controls in effect during the last half of 1950.
prices soared. And the cost of national defense
went up 20 per cent. Or, saying It another way
the United States government got a fifth less
national defense for the' same number of dol-
lar? at their Inflated value.
If the price controls finally put Into effect in
January 1951 and later were kept on the books,
the assumption ls that the estimated $49 billion
to be spent on national defense In the next 12
months would buy $49 billion worth of arms of
today's dollars.
Economic Stabilization Director Eric Johnston
says, however, that If the existing price con-
trols and rollbacks are not, continued In full
force during the coming 12 months, the cost of
these defense Items will rise from S3 to $5 bil-
lion. That would make the cost of this year's
defense purchases from $52 to $64 billion. Or.
saving It the other way. the $49 billion to be
spent will buy only $44 billion to $46 billion
worth of national defense.
So the answer to this little problem ls simle
Congress could save the taxpayers from S3 bil-
lion to S5 billion merely bv continuing the .price
controls and rollback authority now in effect.
In all the hullabaloo over extension of eco-
nomic controls which expired on June 30. alto-
gether too much attention has been paid to
beef. Price Stabilization Director Michael V.
DISalle's three oroiwd rollbacks on meat
prices are whajt drew all the fire. The result-
ing heat turned on Congress ls what threatens
to weaken all price controls for the coming
year.
What Is overlooked in all this excitement over
beef prices ls that rollbacks were also ordered
on a number of manufactured Items. Killing
these rollbacks along with the beef rollbacks Is
what adds all these billions to the cost of na-
tional defense.
As indicated at the beginning, Congress has
no easier way to save the taxpayers important
money than by giving the government full au-
thority to freeze the prices of defense Items.
If Congress does not grant this authority, the
only alternative will be to pass huge deficiency
appropriations, to pav for the added. Inflation-
ary costs of defense Items, later on.
This saving In estimated defense expenditures
during the coming year Is only a part of the
savings that can be made bv adequate price
controls. A $3 billion to $5 billion saving on
actual expenditures of $49 billion ls a six to ten
uer cent saving.
The entire military budget now before Con-
gress calls for authorized spending of over $60
billion, plus another $6 billion for foreign mili-
tary aid, A six to ten per cent saving on this
entire amount would mean reducing the cost of
defense bv $4 to $10 billion.
These are possible savings to the government
alone. When Economic Stabilizer Johnston
started figuring the costs of inadequate price
control and rollback authority on the consumer,
the figures went even higher.
If no rollbacks are allowed on manufactured
oods Durchased bv consumers, prices will rise
from $4 billion to $6 billion.
If no rollbacks are permitted on foods and
soft goods ourchased bv consumers, prices will
rise from $6 billion to $7 billion.
If the resulting Increased overhead costs to
business have to be passed on In further allow-
able price Increases, the costs to consumers will
be another $2 billion.
What this adds up to Is from $12 billion to
$15 billion. Add on defense inflationary costs
and the total is $15 to $20 billion.
These Inflationary increases will more than
wipe out the sum of all tax Increases and all
economies which Congress will be able to make
In the President's budget.
.
GOP TARGETS FOR '52
A frank outline of GOP campaign strategy for 1952 was pre-
sented to key Republican senators' assistants by Ab Hermann, the
energetic national committee executive director. In a private meet-
tog the other night. *"
The tall, banjo-eyed Hermann, onetime big-league ballplayer,
confided: "We won Senate seats last year wherever we took our
gloves off. There were only two states we should have taken and
that was because our nominees refused to punch hardMissouri
and Connecticut.
"Why." complained Hermann, "we had to bootleg speakers
Ike McCarthy into Connecticut."
The "Prime targets" In 1950. he said, were Scott Lucas hi Il-
linois: Francis Myers in Pennsylvania: Ilbert Thomas of Utah, ana
Mlllard Tydlngs of Maryland.
Turning to Frank Smith, assistant to 8en. John M. Bu
who defeated Tydlngs. Hermann continued: "We did a beaut
job in Maryland and Utah. Frank. I-dont see why the Demc
yelled so much about the composite picture in your camp
when, by comparison With the anti-Thomas newspaper In
your publicity was like a country gentleman's."
He referred to the fact that in Utah, a supposed "Co
slonal Record" with statements attacking Thomas as a pro-(
munlst was circulated to all mailboxes In the last hours of the
campaignso late that Thomas had no opportunity to reply.
"We all know Senator Thomas was not a Communist," Her-
mann explained, "but these tactics were necessary to balance) the
pseudo-liberal newspapers which were for him"
Pointing to Dick Cardall. administrative aide to 8en. Ar hur
Watklns of Utah. Hermann continued: "There's the fellow who-
gets a lot of credit for that victory. Senator Bennett (the Re; ub-
llcan who beat Thomas) ls very much Indebted to him."
The 1952 target areas, Hermann Indicated, were to retail
Republican seats In the New England and Atlantic states, and
up new senators In Arizona. New Mexico and Wyoming.
"We have Republican governors and some patronage strei
to put on real scrap." he explained. "Also, we have a flg^*
chance of picking up seats In Maryland. Kentucky and West
glnla and strengthen our position In the South. . ..
"On the other hand." he said, pointing to a map behind
"we could lose four or five senators. Quite frankly, even If th
s. sweeping Republican victory for President we still may not
trol the Senate."
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate. Inc.) !
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Lincoln
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CHE PANAMA AMERICAN AW INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1851
IAWC Shelters 30 Tots Daily
At Guardera Infantil in RP
IlfTER AMERICAN WOMEN'S CLUB members who have
taken a leading part In the operation of the Guardera In-
fantil in Panama City are, left to right: Mrs. Rosita Her-
nandez, Mrs. Carmen de la Lastra, Miss Rosa Palacio, Mrs.
Sofia Sotomayor, Mrs. Corinne Robles, Mrs. Carmen Trlus,
Mfrs. Esperanza Miro, chairman of the Guardera committee,
Mrs. Hortensia Barrera, Mrs. Alice Lombard, president of the
club, and Mrs. lbenla Typaldos, vice chairman.
The Guardera Infantil, which
now mothers 28 near-babies. Is
Itself a youngster In age which
lives from day to day only with
the help of many volunteer god
parents.
Toe day nursery for children
of working mothers is sponsored
by. the Inter American Women's
Club, which establls h e d the
Guardera three years ago.
Since that time many children
have been cared for at the nurs-
ery which is located at the end
of Calle 26 Oeste in the Barraza
Fill area of Panama City.
T.ie youngsters are bundled in-
to Lie Guarderia In various stag-
es o.dresi and undress, sleep and
wakefulness and laughter and
tep.s, starting at 6 a.m. on week-
day :.
F.om then unti: their parents
come to collect them in the even-
ing, the children eat and sleep,
play end learn under the direc-
tion of Miss Dalys Oberto. one oi
two regular paid employes of the
Guardera.
For the day's care, the mo-
thers pay 10 cents If they
can.
A special committee of the In-
ter American Women's Club Is
directly responsible for the Guar-
dera. Mrs, Esperanza Miro Is
Chairman of the Committee, Mrs.
Ifigenu Typsldos Is Assistant
Chairman and Miss Rosa Palacio
serves as Secretary and Emma
Al varado as Treasurer. Mrs. E. C.
Lombard Is president of the Club
Itself.
O.her memoers of the special
committee are: Miss Teresa Va-
Uari.no. Mrs. Rosario Shelton,
Mrs. Sergio Betancourt. Mrs. Ro-
sita Mailinz. Mrs. Rosita Her-
'nanfljz Miss Rosa Palacio. Miss
Emma Alvarado. Miss Rita de la
Guafflia. Mrs. Irene Gerrlty. Mrs.
Florence Bledsoe. Mrs. Sofia So-
tomayor. Mrs. Carmen de la Las-
tra. VIrs. Carmen Trlus, Mrs.
HorOnsla Barrera and Mrs. Co-
rinnJRoblc.s and Mrs. Isabel An-
geli*
T^ere are now 28 children
from three to five years old at
the Guarderia. The number av-
erage about 30 and the nursery
; could handle as many as 40.
They play In a large room de-
| coratded with elephants, giraffes
land Mother Goose characters
painted by a prisoner from the
| Crcel Modelo who came to cut
the grass and stayed to draw the
pictures when his special talents
were discovered.
At 9 a.m.. the children set their
little tables in the dining room
ano have breakfast or a mid-
rromlng second breakfast of oat-
meal and milk. At lunchtlme.
thev have a hearty meal, and at
' o.m. they have fruit or a drink.
Regular physical examinations
. re made by Dr. Juan Masot. who
.eeps Individual health records of
the children, all as a volunteer
service for which he receives no
payment.
The Guarderia furnishes uni-
forms for the youngsters, espe-
cially in those cases In which
their own clothing is inade-
quate.
The building In which the
Guardera is housed Is furnished
rent-free by the Government of
Panama, which also pays for the
lights, water and telephone.
Prisoners from the Crcel Mo-
delo come regularly to cut the
grass and do some of the heavy
cleaning work.
The toys and books the chil-
dren use have already been given
to them by Interested outsider.
The present supplies were given
to them last Christmas and are
now well used and too few in
number.
The Inter American Women's
Club has equipped the building
and provides funds for its daily
operations, including the pay-
ment of salaries to Miss Oberto
and a cook and cleaning woman,
Mrs. Emellna Webster.. Volun-
teers from the Club have also
worked regularly at the Guarde-
ria In the past and plans are now
being made to resume the prac-
tice of providing volunteers from
the Club for regular service at
the nursery.
The present problem is finan-
ces. The Club's funds for this
community service are now de-
pleted and additional sources
of income must be found to
continue the operation.
Special gifts and donations,
specifically for the Guardera,
have always played an Important
part in the financial arrngements
for the nursery.
The present position of the
Guardera has been Improved
considerably by the promise of
milk and margarine from UNES-
CO. Through the Ministry of Ed-
ucation, and under the direct su-
pervision of Mrs. Libertaria de
Conn, arrangements have been
made to provide enough milk and
margarine from the world organ-
ization for 25 portions dally for
he youngsters at the nursery.
Another recent donation to the
Inter-American Women's Club
was made by Armour and Com-
pany, which has provided 80 cas-
es of chopped food for the nurs-
ery. Donations of paint for need-
ed refurbishing have come re-
cently from George Novey and
Guardia y Ca.
One of the present special needs
Is cod liver oil toi help prevent
the rash of colds which frequent-
ly break out among the children
at the nursery.
In an attempt to raise the ne-
cessary funds for day-to-day
operations, plans have been
made by the Inter American
Women's Club for a series of
benefit performances. The first
of these will be a musical pro-
gram and moving picture to be
given at the Bella Vista Thea-
ter on Tuesday, 8:30 p.m.
When the Guardera was es-
tablished three years ago, Mrs.
Blossom Benitez, wife of Col. En-
rique Benilez, then stationed at
Fort Amador, was president of
the inter American Women's
Club and Miss Rosa Palacio was
chairman of the committee in
charge of the special project. Ro-
sa Palacio assumed a large part
of the responsibility for the nurs-
ery In its early formative years
and her support and enthusiasm
have remained an Important fac-
tor In its development up to the
present time. 4
As one of the first day nurser-
ies of its kind in Panama, the
Guarderia owes a great deal to
the pioneering spirit and simple
i hard work that was displayed by
those responsible for Its estab-
lishment.
Now the Inter American Wom-
en's Club needs help to keep this
worthwhile community project
1 alive..
Club members have expressed
the belief that the community
spirit which has maintained the
nursery through Its first three
years of operation, will surely
provide the additional support
that is now necessary to assure its
continued existence.
____^_
Local 900 Invites
All Canal Workers
To Tuesday Meeting
All Panama Canal Company
workers who will find it conven-
ient to attend, are invited to a
special meeting of the Balboa
Chapter of Local 900, GCEOC-
CIO. which will be held at the
Pacific Clubhouse on Tuesday at
7:30 p.m.
Newly elected officers of this
Chapter will be installed in office
at this meeting.
An explanation of the provi-
sions of the new Reduction in
Force policy of the Panama Ca-
nal Company which becomes ef-
fective Sept. 1, 1951 and how
these provisions will effect the
workers-will be given.
Resolutions to be adopted by
the Local at its annual meeting
which will be held at the La Bo-
ca Clubhouse on Saturday. July
28 will be accepted for considera-
tion.
Several Stewards of the Balboa
Chapter of Local 900, GCOC-CIO.
will be honored for outstanding
service rendered, at a special
meeting which will be held at the
Lateen Club in La Boca, on Mon-
day at 7:30 p.m.
Local and Chapter officers will
be present to assist the Stewards
Council of this Chapter in trib-
utlng their fellow stevnrds for
their work performed during the
first year of operation of this Lo-
cal.
All Stewards are requested to
attend.
Refreshments will be served
after the meeting. .
NAVAL PATROL BOMBER SQUADRON VP-45 wins the "Navy
E" for having the most efficient patrol bomber squadron in
the entire U. S. Navy. The Navy "E" is given each year to
one squadron of a type for outstanding operations In gun-
nery, navigation, communications, engineering and mainten-
ance. Squadron VP-45 is based at the Coco Solo Naval Sta-
tion, t
The Commanding Officer of the squadron, Commander
Theodore G. White, USN (center), is congratulated bv Cap-
tain Lyle L. Koepke. USN (left). Commanding Officer, U. 8.
Naval Station. Coco Solo, while Commander Wlllard D. King,
USN (right). Commanding Officer of Fleet Air Service Squad-
ron 105 looks on.
FASRON 105. which serviced VP-45 In an outstanding
manner, greatly contributed to the accomplishments of the
Patrol Bombers.
(U.S. Navy Photo)

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HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINK JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD, (NBA) Be-
hind the Screen: The future
shape of things In the Holly wood-
vs.-televislon battle Is now as
pronounced as Jane Russell's
shadow.
Here's my private crystal-ball-
ingand remember I told you so:
Current: A wholesale stampede
of big name stars into the TV
channels while major film studios
concentrate on unknowns and
"the play's the thing" ballyhoo.
This winter: Sale of more and
better old movies for TV.
Next year: Collapse of New
York's live TV shows in favor of
made-ln-Holly wood films. All
shows except news and sports
events on film.
Hedy Lamarr is still playing
Delilah. She persuaded hubby
Ted Stauf f er to trim his long hair
and is beaming over the results.
...The name of Aihiabella. Ty-
rone Power's ex, no longer ap-
pears on the Fox payroll. The
studio put her down for one pic-
ture a year as part of the alimo-
ny settlement at the time of her
divorce from Ty.... Jane Wyman
has Joined the sllver-threads-
among-the-gold set. She won't
dye a single strand of her white
tresses, either.
Peter Lawford and Mrs. Gary
Cooper are having serious conver-
sations over the long distance
wire from New York to Holly-
wood___
A movie queen read about Hedy
Lamarr auctioning off four wed-
ding rings.
"Ill go her one better." vowed
the doll. "I'lt auctlqn off my four
ex-husbands." ... Dress designer
Lili overheard this:
"What a charming split skirt!
It matches her split personality."
Celluloid customers who nlunk
their silver down to see "With a
Song In My Heart," the Jane
Frosman biography, will also get
a first peak at Susan Hayward's
dancing but she isn't Jumping
with Joy at the prospect of being
turned into a musical comedy
queen.
She groaned: "My aching mus-
cles! I never danced before in my
life." **
There will be an ironic note to
Susan's dancing. She can walk
only three steps without her leg
braces. Her medics have told her
that It will be several years be-
fore she can shed them.
Poxy Errol Plynn has decided
that he will make onlv historical
films for his independent com-
pany. The reason: Costume mov-
ies are never dated and can be
sold to TV stations years after
their theater release.
Nero Moatel. who's being groom-
ed for comedy stardom at Pox,
Joined a location troupe. Actors
and crew had taken over' the
largest hotel in the town and Ze-
ro was forced to check in at a
smaller Inn. Next day the proud
manager put Ud this sign:
"The Hostel With the Mostel."
Shirley Temple, in letter. to
Hollywood friends, denies she's
exDectln the stork again. Thev
ooute Shirley, now living In
Washington. D. C, as saying.
"This Is where I belong."
John Derek's fan club Is cam-
oaignlng madly for him to play
the role of Joaqun Muni eta..
. .Capsule review: Ken McEldow-
ney's "The River" might have
been titled. "Little Women in In-
dia." The color Is terrific and the
sets breath-taking.
Lloyd Nolan's family remains
here while he goes east to start
his Martin Kane TV shows. He'll
commute to L. A. every other
week It's Dick Erdman again
with Dick Powell in "Weak
Heart," set for late summer film-
ing.
On the Record: Gig Young, a-
bout his role of an alcoholic com-
noser In "Come Pill the Cwd":
"I'm a cross bel ween Oscar Le-
vant and Ray Mllland."
Debbie RevnMs. on romanee
rumor* linklnr her with Carleton
Carpenter: "It's trictw a brother
and sister aet. I'd hate to be in
love with my leading man."
Short Takes: Unexpected trade
naDer headline: "Warner Bros.
Offers 800 Stories to TV." They're
celling unfllmed properties...,
Paul Douglas is trving to talk
Fox Into buying "The Country
Giri" so he can play the drunk ac-
tor-----A Hollywood pet shoo is
offering a new perfume for dogs
Canine No. 8.
Ty Power savs he's open to vi-
deo offers-----Columbia will rels- ,
sue "A Song to Remember."
Merle Oberon and Cornel Wl'de
co-starred in 19*?.... It's "Okla-
homa Annie" for Judy Canova's
next at Republic.
"The Korean Story" goes be-
fore the cameras Julv 30 on loca-
tions In Japan and Korea. Robert
Mitchum stars in subsequent ex-
teriors to be filmed at Camp
Carson.'Colo.
CHINA/
How 2,000,000
Anti-Reds Fight
The
COMMUNISTS
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In tht July 2l$t i$iut...Now on Sala
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Medidas drsticas toma el Golilerno ante la escasez de arroz
El Gobierno Nacional ha to-
mado drsticas medidas para
resolver la crisis provocada por
la escasez de arroz, la cual es-
tuvo a punto de provocar en
la maana de hoy una situa-
cin difcil en el mercado de
esta ciudad cuando loe comer-
ciantes minoristas resolvieron
, ' '-nrse en huelga en vista
|.-'e la competencia que le viene
i haciendo el Banco Agropecuario
con la venta de arroz en los
mercadltos.
Los minoristas denunciaron el
hecho de que habla personas
(que tenan acaparado arroz que
I compraron a nueve balboas y
que ahora lo estn vendiendo
a B. 17.00 y B. 18.00.
Al firmarse en la maana
de hoy el decreto ley que crea
la Direccin de Precios y Abas-
tos, la Secretaria General de
la Presidencia expidi el si-
guiente comunicado:
"El gabinete firm esta ma-
ana el Decreto Ley por me-
dio del cual se crea la Di-
reccin de Precios y Abastos,
que constituye el instrumento
legal para prevenir y sancionar
la especulacin en los. precios
de los artculos de primera ne-
cesidad y asegurar el abaste-
cimiento regular de dichos ar-
tculos a la poblacin consu-1
midora.
En lo referente al personal i
del organismo que se ha crea-
do, se ha acordado nombrar
nicamente al director y al mi-|
nimo de empleados necesarios,
para que colaboren con l en;
la actual situacin de emer-'
gencla.
Esta maana el Presidente
de la Repblica ha ordenado
a los Gobernadores de Provin-
cia que inmovilicen la existen-
cia de arroz en cascara o pi-
lado que se encuentren acapa-
radas e Impidan su oculta-
miento.
Se ha acordado tambin que!
el Banco Agropecuario incaute
todas las existencias destinadas i
al consumo de las ciudades pa-
ra distribuirlas directamente ai
los expendedores. Dicho arroz I
se pagar a sus propietarios al
precio oficial.
El rgano Ejecutivo ha soli-
citado la cooperacin de loa
Presidentes de Costa Rica j
Ecuador, y de las autoridades
de la Zona del Canal para que
faciliten el despacho a la Re-
pblica de varios miles de quin-
tales de arroz.
J. M. Vrela,
Srlo. General de la Presidencia)
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Va Espaa No. 121
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PANAMA, R. P., VIERNES, JULIO 20, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMO
La lentitud
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ASESINADO
ABDULLAH
El Monarca de Jordania fue acribillado a balazos
mientras raba en la Mezquita de
Ornar, en Jerusaln
TEL AVIV, Julio 20 (UP).El Rey Abdullah de Jor-
dania, de 69 aos de edad, fui asesinado a tiros hoy mien-
tras oraba n la Mezquita Ornar en la vieja ciudad de Je-
rusaln. Abdullah muri casi instantneamente.
El Rey Abdullah fu asesinado por Mustafa Shakir,
un conocido terrorista quien- en un tiempo perteneci al
mido "Mufti" de Jerusaln. Shakir fu muerto instan-
tneamente por los guardias.
La ley marcial ha sido decretada en Jerusaln y la
frontera de Jordania ha sido cerrada.
Abdullah es el secando lder rabe asesinado esta Mmn.
Kl T mili Ii f/li Reyad Bey El Solh lee ametrallad el
lunes en las sitieras de As.-, capital del Bey AbduUah. Du-
rante el sepelio de El *olh llevado a cabo en Beirut se oyeron
aritos contra el Rey Abdallah y ciertos circuios de Beirut con-
sideraban ue las autoridades de Jordania eran moralmente res-
ponsables por Is muerte de El Solh por no haberle facilitado
una escolto desde su hotel hasta el aeropuerto. La hija de El
Solh frit durante el entierro de su padre: ''El os dio la Inde-
pendencia. Ahora tenis que vengarlo". ..,,._.
Tanto el Rey Abdullah como el -Premier El Solh eran
irandes amitos de los britnicos. Ambos eran enemigos de los
nacionalistas Sirios a quienes se cree responsables por la muer-
Abdullah nad en Mecos, Arabia, en 1S82 y fu coronado
como Rey de Jordania en 1M6 cuando su pas fu proclamado
reino Independiente. 4r ...,
Durante muchos aos, antes de la particin de Palestina, la
ambicin de Abdullah era hacer de su pas un estado rabe.
Era un decidido anti-slonista en la lucha entre Israel y los Es-
tados rabes y despus de la particin de Palestina la legin de
Abdullah fu el nico cuerpo de tropas rabes que combati
efectivamente.
El Principe Naif, el secundo hilo del Rey Abdulahh, ha sido
nombrado Recente en ausencia de su hermano mayor Talal,
quien se encuentra "enfermo" en Europa. El Prncipe Naif
prest juramento y "comeni a ejercer autoridad como Recen-
te", expidiendo Un decreto declarando tres meses de duelo na-
cional por la muerte de su padre.
El Prncipe Tala! actu como Recente durante la reciente
ausencia de su padre y huv a Lbano despus de una disputa
con los miembros de su Gabinete. Ms tarde Abdullah visit a
Talal en Beirut y se anunci que el Principe estaba sufriendo
nn colapso nervioso. Sin embargo, ios rumores insistentes del
Medio Oriente dicen que Talal huy de Jordania por temor a
ser asesinado.
Denuncia por falsificacin de
endosos de 109 cheques del S. S.
La fotografa muestra al Gerente de la Caja del Seguro Social, Lie. Manuel Soils P., rodeado
de sus asesores legales y funcionarios cuando daba a la prensa los detalles de los hechos
irregulares cometidos contra la Institucin en administracin anterior, al cobrarse cheques
de pensionados, jubilados y personas fallecid as. La denuncia ha sido Interpuesto ante las
autoridades competentes.
El Gerente de la Caja de Se-
guro Social, Licenciado Manuel
Soils P. nos ha enviado para
su publicacin el siguiente co-
municado:
"La Gerencia del Seguro So-
cial prepara una denuncia que
enviar al Fiscal del Circuito
de turno sobre ciertos hechos
Irregulares ocurridos en Admi-
nistraciones anteriores que pue-
de tipificar una conducta de-
lictiva de las personas vincula-
das a ellos. He aqui los hechos:
lo.La Caja de Seguro So-
elal expide mensualmente una
gran cantidad de cheques a
nombre de las personas que de-
ben percibir jubilacin o pen-
sin.
2o.En ocasiones, tales che-
ques no son reclamados por sus
beneficiarios y permanecen en
la oficina de entrega de esta
Caja de Seguro Social, ya sea
por muerte del beneficiario o
porque habiendo suspendido la
Caja el pago de la pensin, por
falta de coordinacin en el
trabajo se contina girando
cheques en favor de las per-
sonas que ya no son bene-
ficiarlas.
3o.Los cheques retenidos en
la forma explicada en el pun-
to anterior son entregados al
Jefe de Contabilidad de la Ca-
ja, quien expide un recibo de
los miamos, y prepara su rein-
tegro a los fondos de la Caja,
mediante depsito en el Ban-
co Nacional. Los cheques son
remitidos al Banco, y en esta
Institucin se efectan prcti-
camente las operaciones de re-
integro.
4o.Hace algunos das pudo
(Pasa la Pg 6 Col 4i
Acusados en Colombia unos
intelectuales de campaa
de subversin permanente
BOGOTA, Julio 20 (UP) El
Ministro de lo Interior, Domin-
go Barasty, acus hoy a los "In-
telectuales de pueblo grande" de
lanzar una campaa de "crune-
Ttes en masa, lncendlarismo, ro-
bo y secuestros" en un esfuir-
20 por minar las bases del Go-
bierno Conservador deColomui;1.
El Gobierno ha lanzado ie-
cuentemente acusaciones pare-
cidas contra los liberales, pero
Barasty no se refiri directa
mente a los liberales.
En una transmisin radial in-
formando sobre el desarrollo In-
terno de la nacin ducanle el
ao Sarasty acus a "intelec-
tuales" no identificados de lr-
cltar al hampa por medio de
"manifiestos clandestinos" y
propaganda radial.
Dijo Sarasty: "Ellos piden el
irrespeto a la autoridad legi-
tima. La radio clandestina que
se llama "Colombia Libre' ca-
lumnia al Presidente Laureano
Gmez y sus colaboradores,
lanza los peores eptetos cuira
ios oficiales del ejrcito y la
polica, condenan el crimen y
ponen en alto la reputacin de
fPasa la Ptina . Col t>
Agotadas las existencias de
arroz del B. Agro-Pecuario
informa el Gerente Vallarino
El Gerente del Banco Agro-
pecuario e Industrial ino;.io
en la maana de hoy a "El Pa-
nam Amrica", que el Banco
no tenia arroz en sus depo;to
y que no habla recibido an a-
nunclo sobre la fecha de em-
barque de los pedidos que cala
institucin hizo a Ecuador y Ni-
caragua.
A observacin del redactor en
ci sentido de que la cosecha Ce
arros comenzaba esto seniuna
tn los Estados Unidos, el Geren-
te manifest que hara las os-
tiones del caso para conseguir
algunos quintales en ese pair o
en cualesquler otro.
Informes extraoficiales hidi-
can que se estaban hacicnuo
gestiones en ja Zona del Canal
para conseguir transporte aereo
con el fin de traer arroz dede
la vecina Repblica e> Caita
Klca para aliviar i* escases de
este grano
Ser condecorado
el Magistrado Dr.
E. de la Guardia
Erasmo de la Guardia, Presi-
dente de la Honorable Corte
Suprema de Justicia, ser con-
decorado con la Orden de /as-
co Nez de Balboa, en el grado
de Oran Cruz, segn decreto
que fu firmado por el Predr
dente de la Repblica.
El doctor Erasmo de la Guar-
dia es figura prestante del Foro
Nacional y ha ejercido vanas
veces la Presidencia de nuestro
Mximo Tribunal de Justicia.
Enviaron a Coiba
42 detenidos en
la tarde de hoy
El Ministerio de Gobierno y
Justicia Inform en a maana
de hoy que a las trea de la lar-
de saldrn hacia la colonia pe-
nal de Coiba cuarenta y dcw de-
tenidos entre los cuales vfi Mon-
tenegro Lpez, quien tenia jn-
ce meses de estar en la Crcel
Modelo bajo tratamiento mdico
En la Crcel Modelo, se la-
form, hay SOS detenidos, y se
espera que muy pronto sera en-
viado otro grupo tan numeroso
eomo el que se fu hoy.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
22,600
Jl
omen a te a
K^olomo
ombia
La fecha de hoy tiene para el pueblo panameo un
grato reculelo sentimental ya que junto con el colombiano
formaba una sola unidad. El aniversario de la Indepen-
dencia de Colombia se evoca entre nosotros con simpata
y con respeto.
"El Panam Amrica" rinde homenaje a la Repbli-
ca de (Colombia en su gloriosa fecha nacional y formula
sus mejores votos porque la culta nacin hermana cristalice
en hermosas realidades las aspiraciones de sus ilustres
pensadores.
En esta ocasin felicitamos a la apreciable colonia
colombiana residente en nuestro pas y de manera especial
al represntame diplomtico acreditado en Panam, S. E.
don Carlos Borda Roldan.
Listos para el
ataque ms de
720 mil rojos
BASE DE AVANZADA. Corea,
julio 20. (UP;. La funesta
reunin que determinar la pas
o la guerra, total en Corea fue
aplatada 24 horas debido al
mal tiempo, a la vea que los
rojos concentran sus ms gran-
des fuertaa desde su ofensiva
de primavera en el frente de
batana.
Las conversaciones se reanu-
darn maana sbado (8 de
la noche de hoy viernes hora
local).
Los comunistas han concen-
trado alrededor de 300 tanques
al Norte de Kaesong y los ofi-
ciales de las Naciones Unidas
dijeron que los comunistas "a
todo lo largo del frente" estn
preparados para lanzar un nue-
ve asalto en cualquier momen-
to.
Les tonques se encuentran es-
condidos en Joksan, un sector
ai Nrte de la ciudad en donde
se llevan a cabo las conferen-
cias del armisticio, y estn en
posicin de avanzar hacia el
Sur a travs de Kaeseng sobre
Sel en la misma forma que
lo hicieron durante su invasin
hace 13 meses.
Les rojos se encuentran con-
centrados a lo largo del frente
de US millas en una de las
ms grandes demostraciones de
fuerza desde su ofensiva de
primavera, pero las tropas de
las Naciones Unidas se encuen-
tran preparadas para hacerle
frente a cualquier ataque co-
munista en caso que las ne-
(Paaa a la P. 6. col. 7)
Venezuela enviar Comisin
Especial para la develacin
de la Estatua del Libertador
El acto tendr lugar en la ciudad de Coln el 24
de los corrientes, Da del Libertador
El Gobierno de Venezuela ha
designado una comisin espe-
cial para que asista a la de-
velacin de la estatua del Li-
bertador Simn Bolivar, acto
que se efectuar en la ciudad
de Coln el 24 de los corrientes.
La Comisin estar presidida
por el doctor Cristbal Men-
doza, quien viene con carcter
de Embajador Extraordinario y
PlenlDOtenclarlo en Misin Es-
pecial. El Embajador en Pana-
m, 8 E. Enrique Castro G-
mez; el Coronel Gabriel Brice-
o; el doctor Horacio Guerre-
ro Oorri, el doctor Pedro Luis
Pacheco, Director del Ceremo-
nial y Acervo Histrico de la
Nacin; el doctor Vicente Llo-
vera Ezelz, director de la Im-
prenta Nacional; el Teniente
Coronel Luis Brea Boyer. el
Mayor Martn Garca Vlllarreal,
el Teniente de Navio/ Elgalrl
Gmez, el doctor Elias Prez
Sosa, secretarlo de la Sociedad
Bollvarlana v Embajador, el Sr.
Abel Slfuentes Splnettl y el
seor J. Galluchl.
Acompaa a la delegacin co-
mo Invitado especial el Lie.
Luis Ral Fernndez v seora.
Embalador de Panam en Ve-
nezuela.
Busearn carnada
en Colombia los
barcos pesqueros
Alegan que hay grandes
demoras para conseguir
licencias en Panam
De acuerdo con informes
llegados a este diario, de esta
fecha en adelante los opera-
dores de barcos que se dedi-
can a pescar atn se absten-
drn de solicitar licencias pa-
ra pescar carnada en las cos-
tas de la Repblica, con lo
cual se reducirn las entradas
fiscales por esto concepto y
disminuirn las ventos que el
comercio de Panam haca a
las tripulaciones de esos bar-
eos.
Segn dichos informes, los
barcos que ya salieron de Ca-
lifornia con el Nn indicado
han recibido instrucciones Da-
r obtener licencias en Co-
lombia y Ecuador, elegando
que hay excesivas demoras en
la tramitacin de las licencias
en Panam.
Negado recurso de
amparo presentado
por Vega Mndez
La Corte Suprema de Justicia
resolvi esta maana el recur-
so de amparo de las garantas
constitucionales Interpuesto por
el Licenciado ngel Vega Mn-
dez contra el Ministro de Go-
bierno y Justicia, doctor Mltu
Angel Ordoez en el sentido de
negar dicho recurso.
El Magistrado Carlos V. B.r-
barach fu el ponente y la re-
solucin lleva la firma de toaos
los Magistrados de la Corte
En su resolucin la Corte sos-
tiene, que no es poteatatlvu de
los Consejos Municipales revo-
car o desconocer la eleccin po-
pular que confiere la Jefatura
Poltica de loa Distritos".
Ambos bandos estn firmes
en sus demandas y no surge
ninguna frmula de arreglo
El Secretario Acheson formula declaraciones sobr
el desarrollo de las conversaciones
WASHINGTON, Julio 20 (UP) El Secretario do
Estado hizo las siguientes declaraciones referentes a las
negociaciones de paz en Corea:
"La delegacin Comunista en Kaesong ha planteado
las cuestin de la retirada de las tropas extranjeras en
Corea en relacin con el armisticio. La delegacin del
Mando de las Naciones Unidas ha manifestado que no
puede entrar en esta cuestin que es de carcter poltico
y slo puede ser resuelta por las Naciones Unidas y los
gobiernos interesados.
Este no es un argumento
terico respecto a 1 la cues-
tin es poltica o militar. Las
fuerzas de las Naciones Uni-
das estn en Corea como con-
secuencia de decisiones adop-
tadas por los gobiernos de en-
viarlas peticin de las Naciones Uni-
das. Estn all para repeler la
agresin y restaurar la paz In-
ternacional y la seguridad en
aquella zona.
"Si hay un armisticio efec-
tivo, una fuerza de las Nacio-
nes Unidas debe permanecer en
Corea hasta que una paz ge-
nulna haya sido firmemente es-
tablecida y el pueblo coreano
tenga seguridad de que puede
forjar su futuro Ubre del te-
mor de una agresin. La mag-
nitud de la fuerza de las Na-
ciones Unidas que quede en
Corea depender de las cir-
cunstancias y especialmente de
la fldelidWd con que se cum-
pla el armisticio.
"Loa vecinos de Corea saben
que la presencia de las fuer-
zas de las Naciones Unidas alli
no constituye un peligro o una
amenaza para ellos. Las repe-
tidas expresiones de la poli-
tica de las Naciones Unidas y
desde luego la propia natura-
leza de aquella organizacin lea
proporcionan garantas plena-
mente adecuadas sobre esta
punto.
"Ya una vez, anteriormente,
las fuerzas extranjeras fueron
retiradas de Corea como parte
de un plan de las Naciones Uni-
das para llegar a la solucin
final del problema coreano. Los
comunistas despreciaron este
esfuerzo y perpetraron su agre-
sin contra la Repblica de Co-
rea. El pueblo coreano puede
tener la seguridad que la re-
peticin de este acto no ser
tolerada".
Estudia Gobierno y Justicia
decreto reglamentando a las
llamadas "Casas de Pensin"
El Secretarlo de Gobierno y
Justicia, don Armando Moreno
O. inform en la. maana de
hoy que se estudia un decre-
to mediante el cual sern re-
glamentadas todas las llamadas
casas de pensin, y alojamiento
que funcionan en la ciudad,
a fin de que llenen todos los
requisitos estipulados en la ley
y otros de carcter sanitario.
Agreg que una comisin de
los ministerios de Gobierno y
Previsin 8ocial estudian los
detalles de este decreto. Se in-
form asimismo que el Minis-
terio de CJftbierno y Justicia de-
terminar cules casas deben
continuar abiertas y cules de-
ben clausurarse. Se determina-
r tambin en el decreto men-
cionado que los gobernadores
de Provincia sern los encar-
gados de expedir los permisos
para el funcionamiento de esos
establecimientos.
Inform el Secretarlo More-
no, que se darn instrucciones
precisas a la Polica Nacional
y a la Secreta para evitar que
sigan funcionando los estable-
cimientos que no tengan per-
misos.
Consigui Harriman que Irn
reinicie las negociaciones
petroleras con Gran Bretaa
Los iranios estn dispuestos a participar de nuevo
en las negociaciones, pero no cedern en
la nacionalizacin
TEHERAN, Julio 20 (UPt
Los funcionarlos del Gobierno
de Irn acordaron en una -'u-
r.in con el Enviado Especial de
Estados Unidos, W. Avercll Ha-
rriman, reanudar las negucls-
c'ones con los britnicos aobK
la disputa respecto a la nacio-
nalizacin de la industria petro-
lera.
Esta ha sido la primera seal
de que podra llegarse a una so-
lucin en sta disputa surgida
con motivo de la naclonarja-
tin de las propiedades dt la
Anglo Iranian Oil Co.
Harriman estuvo reunido du-
i-nte dos horas con los repre-
sentantes de la Comisin Pea-o-
lera de Irn, pese a la adver-
tencia de la Polica de que se
ha descubierto un complot |tur*
asesinarlo.
El principal perito petrolero
Iranio, Iazem Hasslbi, deor
que "estamos dispuestos a P-r*
'.iclpar de nuevo en negociacio-
nes con los britnicos. 8in em-
bargo no estamos dispuestoo a
ceder con respecto al principio
de nacionalizacin".
El Doctor Ali Shayegan, quien
presidi la misin Irania eu Ua
primeras negociaciones, declar
cue sas haban fracasado por-
que los britnicos se negaron a
aceptar el principio de naclo.Ji-
lizacln.
Harriman declar que "no e-
c-y opuesto al principio de u**.
cionalizacln ya que el Gobier-
no de Estados Unidos est uite-
iesado en la Independencia d
todos los pmises. Pero el ur.leo
modo de solucionar ste procle.
mi ea mediante negociacin***.


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Y ESPAA
Las agencia de prensa estn informando de
las conversaciones que se llevan a cabo en la ac-
tualidad en la ciudad de Madrid entre representan-
.tes del gobierno de los Estados Unidos de Ante-
rica y del de Espaa en el sentido de que el pri-
mero obtenga la concesin de establecer algunas
.bases militares en territorio espaol. Se ha dicho
i que con ello se pretende tomar medidas de segu-
ridad para la defensa de las naciones occidentales
ten caso de una agresin comunista que hiciera es-
Ir tallar la tercera guerra mundial.
El asunto que se debate entre las cancilleras
| de Washington y Madrid reviste, a no dudarlo, sin-
L guiar trascendencia. Es evidente que el mvil de es-
tas negociaciones es de carcter militar ms que
I poltico.
Quizs polticamente la cuestin podra oca-
sionar cierta inquietud tomando en consideracin
' el tipo de gobierno que rige actualmente los des-
tinos del pueblo espaol. Pero frente a una nece-
sidad de carcter militar y ante una posible emer-
gencia inminente estas consideraciones adversas de
orden poltico podran pasar a segundo plano, se-
gn se desprende de esta actitud del Gobierno de
los Estados Unidos.
Seguramente los estrategas de los Estados
Unidos de Amrica han estudiado la posicin geo-
grfica de Espaa y han encontrado en ella un
baluarte de importancia en caso de una guerra.
A esto hay que agregar los recursos espaoles de
diversas clases que seran muy propicios en el even-
to de una conflagracin, lo mismo que el hecho de
que dentro de Espaa no hay en la actualidad ma-
yores peligros de sabotaje comunista.
Se sabe que si desgraciadamente llegara la tan
temida tercera guerra mundial no podr haber en
Europa ningn pas neutral. Es evidente, pues, que
Espaa sera un Estado beligerante. Analizando el
asunto con un criterio prctico los estrategas nor-
teamericanos han llegado a esta conclusin.
Tambin se debe tener presente que entre Por-
tugal y Espaa existe el Tratado que se denomin
Ibrico suscrito hace varios aos, el cual implica
una alianza de defensa mutua en caso de una agre-
sin extranjera a cualquiera de los dos Estados
contratantes. Este hecho debe asociarse lgicamen-
te al Tratado del Atlntico del Norte ya que, en
cierto modo, tiene alguna vinculacin entre s por-
que Portugal es signatario de este Tratado firma-
do recientemente. Los fines y los propsitos de
la alianza del Atlntico del Norte estn en la
mente de todos, de manera que no es necesario en-
trar en consideraciones ms o menos explicativas
sobre el por qu de la posicin "sui-gneris" de Es-
paa frente a la accin conjunta que adoptarn
las potencias occidentales en caso de una guerra
mundial.
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Drew Pearson dice: El cuado de Chiang Kai-shek trata
de apoderarse del mercado del frijol de soya; De "ja-
mn con huevos" a "petrleo y oro".
WASHINGTON. Us ne- I
Rociadores de la tregua en
Corea han notado con 'faite- !
fes que los comunistas chinos ,
estn usando "Jeeps" norte- !
americanos. El pblico norte- |
americano tambin se pre-
gunta no slo cmo es que
los comunistas han podido
conseguir equipo norteameri-
cano, aino por qu el Go- j
i'iejno nacionalista fue saca-
'i" de la China.
Las operaciones submarinas
de la lamilla de Chiang; Kai
Shok pueden ser una de las res- I
puestas. Otra de sus operado-
nes ha salido a la luz pbll-!
ca, un movimiento de parte del!
cuado de Chiang Kai Slielc,
junto con otro acaudalado hijo
de Confuclo para controlar el
mercado del frijol de soya a
costa del pblico norteameri-
cano.
El cuado es T. L. Soong,
hermano del Ministro de Rela-
ciones Exteriores T. V. Soong,
quien en un tiempo manej la
mayor parte de los 3,500 'mi-
llones de dlares en materia-
les que Estados Unidos envi a
la China durante la guerra. La
cooperativa del frijol de soya
produjo una ganancia neta de
30 millones de dlares y au-
ment el precio de este articu-
lo a un dlar por fanega para
el consumidor norteamericana
Una de las cosas raras ao-
bre las manipulaciones del
frijol de soya es que sus ope-
radores sabian exactamente
cundo comprar las reservas
mundiales de este areulo,
unas pocas semanas antes
que los comunistas invadie-
ran a Corea.
Recientemente, esta columna
dijo cmo Eugene Boong, hijo
de T. L Soong, junto con L.
K. Kung, hijo del Dr. H. H.
Kung, otro cuado, vendi una
enorme cantidad del valioso es-
tao a los comunistas chinos.
Como resultado de esto, el
Secretario de Comercio ha can-
celado las licencias de este gru-
po, junto con otros tres socios
del ex-Secretarlo de Defensa
Louis Johnson, para que no
puedan comerciar con ningn
pas durante tres aos. 1
Fue el padre de Eugene Soong.
T. L. Soong, quien compr mas
de medio milln de fanegas de
frijol de soya antes de que co-
menzara la guerra de Corea en
mayo de 1950.
El frijol de soya es usado
romo alimento humano y pa-
ra el ganado, en la manufac-
tura de plsticos y pinturas,
y es esencial en la produc-
cin de gaerra. Adems, 56
chinos compraron la enorme
cantidad de b.986.0of> fanegas
de frijol de soya en la C-
mara de Comercio de Chicago
a 12.34 la fanega.
MCUHACi
Kool-/tid
Poco tiempo despus, el pre-
cio comenz a suoir. Y sigui
subiendo. Finalmente, cinco
das despus que los comu-
nistas haban invadido a Co-
rea, el precio lleg a $3.43 la
fanega, y el grupo vendi sus
existencias.
T. L. Soong es el mismo
hombre que estuvo encargado
de los abastecimientos envia-
dos por la Carretera de Bur-
ma cuando una serie de in-
cendios en los depsitos y
"sabotaje" causaron la des-
aparicin de grandes canti-
dades de material de guerra.
Poco tiempo despus, Soong
parti para Estados Unidos con
un pasaporte diplomtico, y fue
colocado en un puesto an ms
importante en Washington, Je-
fe del Procuramiento de Abas-
tos Militares para China.
Soong todava est en Esta-
dos Unidos. Pero, en vez de
manejar los abastos militares,
est especulando con el frijol
de soya a costa del pueblo nor-
teamericano.
Operaciones como sta pue-
den ser una de las rasnos
por las que el desilusionado
pueblo chino derroc a la di-
nasta Soong-Kung y acept
el comunismo como un mal
menor,
ORO Y PETRLEO
El ex-Senador 8 h e r i alan
Downey de California, se en-
contr recientemente con el
corresponsal radial Rudy
Block en un corredor del Ca-
pitolio. Downey, quien obtuvo
fama poltica con un plan de
pensiones para la vejes cono-
cido como el de "Jamn con
huevos", se encuentra sirvien-
do de "antesalista" a las com-
paas petroleras con un suel-
do de 3,0M dlares mensua-
les.
"Pues bien, Senador", dijo
Block mientras se estrecha -
ban la mano. "Veo que he-
mos cambiado de "Jamn con
huevos" a "petrleo y oro".
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El Ministerio de Educacin mediante el siguiente Resuetlo ha
reglamentado las elecciones para escoger la Comisin Permanen-
te del Escalafn. He aqu el texto del importante Resuelto:
Repblica de Panam.Ministerio de Educacin.Direccin de
Educacin PrimariaResuelto No.....Panam,... de Julio
de 1951.
El Ministro de Educacin,
en representacin del rgano Ejecutivo,
Considerando:
Que el Aparte c) del Articulo 2 de la Ley ll de 1951. faculta
al Ministerio para reglamentar la forma de la eleccin por medio
de la cual no deben escoger los tres maestros qu han de formar
parte de la Comisin Permanente del Escalafn;
Que es necesario dictar algunas medidas reglamentarlas so-
bre la instalacin y organizacin de dicha Comisin.
Resuelve:
Articulo lo.La eleccin de los tres maestros en servicio aue
han de formar parte de la Comisin Permanente de Escalafn
se efectuar- el mismo da en cada uno de los distritos de la Rep-
blica, bajo la direccin de la respectiva Junta Municipal de Edu-
cacin.
Artculo 2 Cada Junta Municipal de Educacin designar
como escrutadores, el da anterior a la eleccin, a tres personas
honorables residentes en la cabecera del respectivo Distrito. Co-
rresponder a tales escrutadores contar, en presencia de los miem-
bros el la Junta, los votos emitidos por loa maestros del Distrito.
Si al terminar la votacin faltare alguna de las personas de-
signadas como escrutadores por la Junta Municipal de Educacin,
los escrutadores presentes procedern en seguida a sustituirla
por otra que rena las mismas condiciones de honorabilidad v
residencia.
Articulo 3o.La eleccin de los tres maestros que han de ser
miembros de la Comisin Permanente de Escalfn se efectuar
cada dos aos, a partir del actual, el ltimo viernes del mes de
Julio.
Articulo 4o.La Comisin Permanente de Escalafn se ins-
talar cada dos aos en la ciudad capital, treinta das despus
de la eleccin de que trata este reglamento.
Articulo 5o.In la misma fecha y forma en que se eligen lo*
tres maestros que formarn'parte de la Comisin Permanente de
Escalafn, se escogern tres suplentes. Estos se denominarn
primero, segundo y tercer suplentes, de acuerdo con el nmero
de votos que cada uno obtenga en la eleccin.
Articulo o.Resultarn electos, para el cargo de miembros
de la Comisin Permanente de Escalafn, los tres maestros aue
obtengan mayor nmero de votos al hacerse el cmputo de los
sufragios emitidos en todos los'distritos de la Repblica.
Resultarn electos primero, segundo y tercer suplentes, los
tres candidatos para tales cargos aue, en su orden, obtengan ma-
yor nmero de votos en el respectivo cmputo de los votos emiti-
dos en todos los distritos de la Repblica. .
Artculo 7o.Los suplentes, una vez electos, deben residir en
!a ciudad capital y reemplazar, en au orden, a los maestros que
forman parte de la Comisin Permanente de Escalafn, en caso
de faltas temporales o absolutas de stos.
Articulo 8o El Director de Educacin Primarla y el Jefe de
Estadstica y Archivos sern reemplazados en sus faltas tempora-
les o absolutas, como miembros de la Comisin Permanente de
Escalafn, por sus respectivos Asistentes.
Articulo 9o.En la eleccin a que se refiere este reglamento
slo podrn y debern votar los maestros en servido o con licen-
cia lrgalmente concedida.
Articulo 10.No podrn actuar simultneamente como miem-
bros de la Comisin Permanente de Escalafn quienes tengan
parentesco, dentro del cuarto grado de consanguinidad o segundo
en afinidad, con cualquier otro miembro de dicha Comisin.
Articulo 11 El Ministerio de Educacin comunicar a los maes-
tros de la Repblica, por conducto de las Inspecciones Provincia-
les de Educacin y por medio de la prensa. la fecha de las elec-
ciones de que aqui se trata, a fin de que puedan participar coa
amplitud y libertad en la seleccin de sus representantes.
Articulo 12.Podrn nombrar observadores en estas eleccio-
nes las agrupaciones o asociaciones de maestros que asi lo solici-
ten al Ministerio de Educacin. Tales agrupaciones debern co-
municar al Ministerio v a las Juntas Municipales, de Educacin,
treinta das antes de la fecha de las elecciones, el nombre de sus
respectivos observadores.
Pargrafo.(Transitorio)Para las elecciones este ao. la
comunicacin de que trata este articulo deber sor hecha ocho
das antes de la celebracin de las mismas.
Articulo 13.La votacin para las elecciones de que trata este
reglamento ser directa y secrets, y pera tal efecto el Ministerio
de Educacin distribuir oportunamente las papelttas adecuadas
a las Juntas Municipales de Educacin.
Articulo 14.Las Juntas Municipales de Educacin debern
determinar, ocho >8i dias antes de la eleccin, la o las escuelas en
donde se colocarn las urnas, e Informar en seguida sobre ello a
los maestros del Distrito respectivo.
Articulo 19.La votacin comenzar a las ocho de la ma-
ana del da sealado y terminar a las doce meridiano del mis-
mo da. El Presidente de la Junta Municipal de Educacin orde-
nar tocar la campana de la escuela en donde se efecta la elec-
tion, o dar cualquier otra seal apropiada, para Indicar la hora
en que comenzar v terminar la votacin.
Areulo 18.Una vea terminada la votacin, los escrutadores
de que trata el articulo segundo de este reglamento proceder a
contar los votos. La Junta Municipal de Educacin levantar nor
cuadruplicado un acta de dicho escrutinio, la cual firmarn los
miemf os de dicha Junta y los escrutadores designados por la
misma Una copia de esta acta ser enviada al Inspector Provin-
cial; otra al Presidente de la Junta Municipal de Educacin del
Distrito cabecera de la Provincia respectiva, junto con los votos
emitidos; otra al Ministro de Educacin, y la otra quedar en loe
archivos de la Junta Municipal de Educacin del Distrito.
Artculo 17.Las Juntas Municipales de Educacin de loa
Distritos cabeceras de Provincia revisarn las actas y votos en-
viados por las Juntas Municipales de Educacin para computar
los resultados de las votaciones efectuadas en todos los distritos
de 1st Provincia y levantarn un acta, en triplicado, del resultado
de las elecciones en la respectiva Provincia. Una copla de dicha
acta ser enviada al Ministerio de Educacin: otra al Presidente
de la Junta Municipal de Educacin del Distrito de Panam, con
os votos de toda la Provincia y la otra permanecer en los ar-
chivos de la Junta que hace el cmputo.
Articulo 18.La Janta Municipal de Educacin del Distrito
de Panam computar los resultados de las votaciones en toda
la Repblica a, base de las actas y los votos enviados nor las Jun-
tas Municipales de Educacin,de los Distritos cabeceras de Pro-
vincias, y levantar un acta en duplicado. Una copla de sta ser
enviada al Ministro de Educacin y la otra quedar en los archi-
vos de la Junta.
Pargrafo.Los observadores de las agrupaciones magisteria-
les tienen derecho a pedir una copia del acta del escrutinio en
el lugar donde-ellos han actuado, cuando asi lo estimen necesario.
Articulo 19.Los Inspectores Provinciales de Educacin nom-
brarn representantes del Ministerio en cada uno de los distritos
de la Provincia respectiva para los efectos de estas elecciones, y
los propios Inspectores actuarn como representantes del Minis-
terio en el Distrito cabecera de cada Provincia.
Articulo 20.Las quejas o controversias que susciten estas
elecciones sern tramitadas anta la respectiva Junta Municipal
de Educacin.
Las apelaciones por las decisiones de este primer tribunal se-
rn decididas por la Junta- Municipal de Educacin del Distrito
cabecera de la respectiva Provincia.
La Junta Municipal de Educacin del Distrito de Panam
conocer de las apelaciones que se interpongan contra las deci-
siones de las Juntas Municipales de Educacin de los Distritos
cabeceras de Provincias.
Articulo 21.Las quejas o controversias de que trata esta
articulo slo podrn promoverse dentro de los seis (6) dias si-
guientes a la fecha de la eleccin, si se refieren a hechos telati-
vos a dichas elecciones; y dentro de los seis (6) dias siguientes a
la fecha en que la reapectiva Junta Municipal de Educacin a-
dopte la decisin contra la c/al se reclama, si se refieren a deci-
siones de dichas Juntas.
Ricardo J. Bermndei.
El Secretarlo del Ministerio.
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VIERNES, JULIO 2t, 151
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TRES
4 El Presidente Truman pedir
que se modifique la Ley que
regula a braceros mexicanos
Por un Corresponsal Especial
(NANA)
WASHINGTON/ julio 20. (UP)
El Presidente Truman ha
manifestado que vetar la ley
robre inmigracin de trabaja-
dores aprobada por ambas c-
maras, a menos que el Con-
greso la modifique de modo
que pueda ser debidamente
cumplida.
El Presidente manifest a los
miembros de una delegacin
parlamentaria que le visit pa-
ra trater del rsunto. que a su
juicio es indispensable supri-
mir de la ley ciertas disposi-
ciones que l considera perju-
diciales para los trabajadores
agrcolas norteamericanos as
como para las buenas relacio-
nes con Mxico. Como es sabido,
la nveva ley tiene por objeto:
principal controlar y regular la
inmigracin de braceros mexi-
canos a los Estados Unidos.
Entre los congresistas.que vi-
sitaren al Presidente para tra-,
tar de esta materia se encon-,
traban los senadores Allen J.
Ellender,. presidente de la co-
misin de agricultura del Con-
greso. Harold D Cooley y Ken-
neth McKellar. presidente de la'
comisin de gestos del Senado
v el ropresentante W. R. Poage. |
de Texas, que fue quien patro-
cin ia ley en 1* Cmara.
Los congresistas observaron
que el Presidente se mostr al
hacer sus objeciones a la ley,
y muy insistente en que deben
proveerse los fondos necesarios.
para cumplir las disposiciones
sobre inmigracin que el Con-
greso apruebe.
L ley. como se indica, se re-
fiere principalmente a la inml-
En Junio sufrieron
enormes prdidas
los rojos en Corea
NACIONES UNIDAS, N. Y. ju-
lio (UBIS) Las fuerzas comu-
nistas en Corea sufrieron ..ran- '
dea prdidas en los primeros'
quince dias.de Junio, segn de-,
clara vn informe del Teniente
General Matthev B. Ridgway
para el Consejo de Seguridad
de las Naciones Unidas. I
El informe comenta el heciio'
ttrico de que los comunistas
desprecian las vidas de miles de
sus soldados. Ha sido este el
23o. informe de. Ridgway sobre
las operaciones en Corea. i
El Informe habla de la con- '
tinua retlsada dt los comunis-
tas bajo la fuerte presin de las
fuerzas de la ONU en este pe-
riodo.
Ridgway comenta que, abru- '
mados por las prdidas sufridas |
por los comunistas que suban a !
ms de 100,000 bajas y 12,000
prisioneros, continuaron su re-
tirada bajo la presin de las
fuerzas de la ONU.
Se han. utilizado todos los
medios de informacin para lia- !
mar la atencin del enemigo so-
bre sus prdidas y sobre los fra-
casos de sus dirigentes, dice
Ridgway en su informe. |
Igracln de braceros mexicanos
que vienen anualmente a tra-
! bajar en las fincas del Sur
de los Estados Unidos. Actual-
mente muchos miles de ellos
i cruzan las fronteras del Ro
; Orande sin ser controlados por
las autoridades de inmigracin
por carecer stas de personal
suficiente.
Los dueos -de fincas que uti-
lizan los servicios de inmigran-
tes Ilegales no son castigados
por la ley.
El Presidente ha declarado
que desea que se dicte una
jley que sea justa para los tra-
> bajadores y los agricultores nor-
teamericanos, y que al mismo
! tiempo no provoque molestias
con Mxico, en donde han cau-
: sedo naturalmente mala im-
presin los informes acerca del
mal trato que reciben esos bra-
ceros una vez cruzada la fron-
tera.
Italia ha pedido
la revisin de
su tratado de paz
WASHINGTON, Julio 20 (UP)
El Encargado de Negocios de
Italia entreg al Departamento
de Estada una nota en la cual
se pide la revisin del tratado
de paz con ese pais.
Italia se basa en los siguien-
tes hechos para su peticin:
"Con la ayuda de los Estados
Unidos. Italia ha lucrado el
completo restablecimiento de la
democracia v ha asumido su
parte en la defensa comn de
la paz entre las dems naciones.
La decleracln del 20 de marzo
de 1948 seala las dems clu-l
sulas del tratado de paz rela-
tivas a Trieste no pueden po-
nerse en vigor. La posicin de,
Italia como miembro de la Or-;
Sanizacin del Tratado del At-1
ntico del Norte es lncompatl-i
ble con las clusulas militares
del tratado de paz italiano.
"Por ora Darte, la admisin de I
Italia en las Naciones U-
nidas, especficamente prevista
en el tratado, ha sido vedada
repetidas veces por la Unin So-
vitica .La firma en el futuro de
un tratado de paz con el Japn
concebido en un espritu com-
pletamente distinto v la adhe-
sin de Italia a ese espritu hace
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ftM-riflauw / U vcjia. Cdmprcla m laa
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A fin de ayudar a ensanchar
el radio de la cooperacin in-
ternacional en la ciencia, la Co-
misin de Energa Atmica de
los Estados Unidos esta aumen-
tando su programa de expor-
tacin de radio-isotopos de ma-
nera que comprenda todos lo
materiales radioactivos que ac-
tualmente se expenden en los
Estados Unidos y que estn a
base de restr'.ccln.
La Comisin, al anunciar ei
domingo esta accin, dijo que
por primera vez los radlo-lsoto-
pos estarn a la disposicin del
uso en el extranjero para apll-
al tratado de paz con Italia an
ms anticuado y da mayor ur-
gencia a la revisin de su trata-
do de paz.
"Por lo tanto, el Gobierno ita-
liano pide una iniciativa inter-
nacional que sancione la abro-
gacin del espirltu del tratado
de paz y armonice sus clusulas
con la situacin actual".
i caclones de Investigacin indus-
trial.
La Comisin dijo que los ra-
: dio istopos, que son valiosos
en los trabajos medicos y cien-
tficos, son la contribucin ms
importante de la energa at-
mica al bienestar de los tiem-
1 pos de paz.
Con el ensanche del progra-
ma de exportacin se aumen-
: ta el nmero de istopos dis-
ponibles para los compradores
! extranjeros, de 26 a 99, declara
| la Comisin. Desde el comien-
| zo del programa de exporta-
cin de radio Istopos en 1947,
treinta y cuatro pases han he-
cho arreglos para recibir las
.sustancias. Embarques de las
26 variedades disponibles se han
' hecho a .30 paises para su uso
en la investigacin cientfica y
i la terapia mdica.
Los otros cuatro paises toda-
I va no han hecho sus pedidos.
I informa la Comisin.
Hasta ahora se han hecho
ms de 1,000 embarques al ex-
i teror. Los paises que usan los
; radio istopos en mayores can-
; tldade.s son Austria, Blgica,
Dinamarca, Suecia y el Reino
i Unido.
I Los Istopas de mayor de-
manda son los Fosforo-32, ti-
les en la agricultura y la me-
1 dlcina; Iodeina-131, para los
desordenes tiroides, inclusive el I lamente en el estudio de la fi-
cncer; y Carbn 14, utilizado I siologia de las plantas y loi
en diferentes ramos, particu-| animales.
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PANTALONES DE BAO Jantzen.
BATAS de CASA y de BAO en seda y toalla,
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PAGINA CUATRO
KL PANAMA AMEK1CA DIASIO INDEPENUONTt
VIERNES, JULIO 21, 1951
- CR UCIGR AM A -
Suben los precios
del arroz en David
HORIZONTALES:
1Disuelve.
; 7Atribuye.
13Apresures.
r 14Composicin potica.
16Planta de flores amarillas.
'IIInstar a las caballera.
17Escuela Nacional Argentina,
Inic.
1Lazo o adorno, Inv.
19Cigarro.
'JlCalle principal.
22Propietarias.
- 29 Extremidad de las aves.
137Rio de Francia.
29Junto, combinado.
tjj_Cuerpo legislador electivo.
5l_Figuras geomtricas.
33Querida.
33Nombre de mujer.
|Clera, enfado.
SBDel verbo rasar.
36 Amarra.
37Animales domstico.
jl Resina que se emplea en la
pintura.
40Yerno de Mahoma.
41Clase de animal.
44Del verbo alear.
47Embuste, trampa.
41Fertilizar.
44Frrale de plantas
gramneas.
54 Color de rosa.
VERTICALES.
1Entregar.
2Instituto Politcnico
espaol. Lile.
3Partidarias de Lutero.
4Planeta de nuestro sistema.
5Parte de los huevos.
6Demostrativo.
7Encubre.
tConjunto de voces.
9Hija de los mismos padres.
10Cocine en seco.
11Compaa. Abv.
12Ro de Suiza.
_Todavia.
1Ir de un. lado a otro.
J0-Doctor de la ley entre los
moroi. .
|1Corriente de agua dulce.
Prximamente!
23Perteneciente a la milicia.
24Quiere con adoracin.
25Desabridas.
27Nombre de mujer.
28Fruto de la vid.
30Nombre de mujer.
31Alga filamentosa.
33Letra griega.
36Del verbo acosar.
37Aceites.
39Rio de Laponla, Inv.
40Blanco.
41Rostro.
42poca.
43Oxido de calcio, Inv.
44Ro de Suiza.
45Entregar, Inv.
46Circulo o redondel.
SOLUCIN DE AVUIl
HBO EliJUEfc] -JLU
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FUiH lanrini
Hnrnr,p.F3 reiduf
tiran gfitf nntun:
Fin nrn frf rh
npipw rhrr wwi-j
nninnn rfi-hur
rnninri r.rn
Se fomenta en la
Prov. de Chiriqu
cultivo del caf
DAVID. Julio 30 (Correspon-
sal) Diez mil arbolltoa de ca-
f traer el Fomento Agriccl*
oe Chirlqui bajo la direccin de
aenjamin Patino de la Rep-
blica de Costa Rica, tambiei; se
vender caf hbrido en grano
l -.eran vendidos a precio de es-
to a los agricultores que recibi-
rn en esta forma una ayuda r-
Isctlva del gobierno nacional.
Planta Elctrica
piden vecinos de
Gualaca al Gbno.
Los vecinos de la poblacin d
Oualaca se han dirigido al Mi-
nistro de Obras Pblicas solici-
tndole la instalacin de una
turbina elctrica para el servi-
cio del alumbrado pblico, na-
cindole constar las facilidades
que existen en la regln para
aprovechar las cadas de agua,
que daran la energa suficien-
te para suministrar luz a la po-
blacin.
El siguiente es el memorial
enviado desde Oualaca:
Seor
Ministro de Obras Pblicas
Panam.
Exelentsimo Seor Ministro:
Nosotros, lo que este memorial
suscribimos, todos vecinos de
Oualaca y residentes en esta ca-
becera, por este medio ocurri-
mos ante Ud. y le exponemoo:
lo. Existe en esta cabecera
un servicio Nacional de luz e-
lectrica que, solo funciona du-
rante las ltimas seis horas del
da, (de 6 p.m- a 12 p.m.) con el
consiguiente perjuicio comunal.
2o. Existe Igualmente en es-
ta poblacin la facilidad de t.io-
ver una turbina hldrlica, ya jue
hay un canal de agua de pro-
piedad del Gobierno Nacional,
que sin perjuicio de ninguna
clase para el servicio que ac-
tualmente presta, se podra uti-
lizar para otros fines ms ven-
tajosos para la comunidad co-
mo lo es una planta hidroelc-
trica.
3o. Es dems, la econo.i.'a
que representa para el erario
Nacional, el cambio de una m-
quina que consume gran canti-
dad de combustible, por una tur
bina hidrulica..
4a Venimos pagando pot el
servicio elctrico que, deficien-
temente se nos brinda, un pre-
cio igual a otros lugares jus
tienen servicio completo.
5o. La comunidad pierde de
escuchar los programas cultu-
rales que brinda la radio per
fnlta de corriente elctrica
diarla-
6o. 8e pierde la oportunidad
de establecer cualquier Indus-
tria, a base de energa elctri-
ca, por la deficiencia del sei vi-
cio que hay.
7o. Durante largos aos he-
*
Es notoria la inquietud por
el alto costo de la vida en
la capital de esa provincia
#
El pblico condena a los acaparadores que agudi-
zan el problema hasta el punto de constituirse
en verdadero peligro social
mos venido esperando el cum-
plimiento de repetidas prome-
sas, en el sentido de mejora.- el
servicio elctrico dadas las fa-
cilidades que hay para ello sin
que, hasta la fecha haya habi-
do el menor Inters por resol-
vernos este problema que, noto-
tros estimamos de urgente ne-
cesidad y fcil solucin para a-
quelloa funcionarios que ai: lo
han prometido.
Por las razones expuestas ro-
gamos a Ud. muy respetuosa-
mente, considerar nuestro pro-
blema y tomar las medidas con-
ducentes para que sea resuollo
favorablemente. De no ser po-
sible lo que pedimos, es conve-
niente se ordene siquiera doce
horas de servicio. Con la f de
que, nuestra solicitud le merece-
r la mejor atencin, nos sus-
cribimos del Seor Ministro,
muy atentamente.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
DAVID, Julio (Correspon-
sal).El Panam Amrica.
Panam. La libra de arroz
ha aubido en loa marcados l-
calas a veinte centesimos. Es
notoria la Inquietud colectiva
por l alto costo da la vida
y ae considera qua ai no se
reprime el alza inmoderada
de artculos de primera ne-
cesidad como el arroz, cafe,
etc., ello se traducir en tras-
tornos de ndole aooial.
Hemos escuchado expresio-
nes condenatorias para aque-
llas personas que e conside-
ran acaparadoras de estos
productos.
Damos el aviso a las auto-
ridades correspondientes de
esta situacin que comienza
a germinar cen probabilida-
des de constituirse en serio
problema.
llama n El Panam Amrica?
2-0740
517,102 vacas han
sido Insemlnadas
en Gran Bretaa
LONDRM, Julio 20 (UP)
Casi la cuarta parte del gana-
do britnico es producto de la
inseminacin artificial.
Jaspeb, Edward, director de la
Divisin d Produccin de I-
che dijo que en la actualidad
hay en los centros de insemuit-
tln artificial 80,966 vacas c3n.-
pradas con 53,908 en 1960. Les
vacas insemlnadas suman a it
total de 567,102 contra 43i,:'.'i0
que no han sido lnseminaaa*.
Cada uno de los 22 centros de
inseminacin artificial del Go-
bierno ha progresado baatai.t
tn lo que va del afto. El centro
de Carmarthen con sus 63,000
vacas inserninadas es el u'.s
grande en Oran Bretaa.
El centro de Cheshire llene
41,800 vacas insemlnadas y el
Shorpshire 40,600.
En Norfolk y Suffolk se Inse-
uiinan 40 vacas de cada 100. 8u
Devon, los centros de Piase y
Honlton lnsemlnarn aproxima-
damente el 46 por ciento de las
vacas en sus sectores.
El Alcalde de Pto.
Armuelles retorna
DAVID. Julio 20 'Correspon-
sal) El fallo del Tribunal de
lo Contencioso Administra Livo
ha hecho posible el retorno a
su puesto de Alcalde en Puerto
Armuelles al seor Jos Mulir.o
que fu destituido por la admi-
nistracin anterior, dando 'lu-
gar a que se posesionara su .ri-
pente.
El Comit Pro Autonoma Mu
iilclpal del Bsr da cuenta de
la posesin de Mulino y expuse
su alborozo por el triunfo ob-
tenido.
Se espera que este alto tri-
bunal decida con Igual pronti-
tud otros casos pendientes, y
haga llegar a las cqmunldaes
afectadas la normalidad que se
i.tcealta.
Sintonice siempre
HOA
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1090
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Desde l da de ayer se. eneaentran aln arres a ara la
venta de los consumidores, las abarrotarlas de la eluded ca-
pital, ae cuerdo eon verificacin hecha por este alarte me
iante recorrido per varios barrios de la urbe.____.....
Las agencias del Banco Agropecuario e Industrial son
laa nica* aue estn proporcionando este articulo de primera
necesidad al pueblo vendiendo dicho producto racionado en
la Agencia que est situada en las inmediaciones del Merca-
de Pblico de esta ciudad y en el Mereaflito Popular que se
inaugur ayer en la maana en el Barrio del Chorrillo.
En las agencias del Banco Agropecuario estn vendiendo
actualmente arroz a 13 centesimos de balboa libra y no se
vende ms de dos libra* por persona. Tambin se est ven-
diendo papas cinco centesimos libra, leche y caf a setenta
centesimos de balboa libra, este ultime articulo se expende
por paquetea chicos de a cinco centesimos de balboa.
Segn informes obtenidos por este peridico, diariamente
se est vendiendo sesenta quintales de arroz racionado en la
forma descrita en prrafo anterior.
La campaa antimalrica en
la Provincia de Chiriqu se
desarrolla en forma intensa
Usando la carreta de bueyes loe tcnicos de Salud
Pblica llegan hasta los ms apartados
Corregimientos de esa Provincia
DAVID, Julio 20 (Correspon-
sal i Seria campaa en los
campos y barrios de la ciuaad
lleva a cabo la seccin de la
campaa antimalrica, que se
extender al resto de la pro-.in-
da a medida que las circuns-
tancias lo permitan. Por ahora
se trabaja en los barrios del Re-
tiro, Doleguita, Bolivar, San Ma-
teo y Barro Blanco.
La cuadrilla permanente rea-
liza esta importante labor en
Ourumal orilla del rio Calaba-
za!. Paja Blanca, Palo Orai.dc,
Barqueta. Gusimo, Canta Ga-
llo, Tullido, y la Pita en algu-
nas de estas localidades se es-
tn utilizando comp medios de
transportes del personal y ma-
terlal carretas de bueyes- En \s
la de que no es posible utlUzar
otros vehculos.
La campaa se extendera al
importante corregimiento de
San Andrs, Progreso, Jac, Ca-
nch, Santo Domingo, Santa
Marta, La Estrella y en la Stc-
cin oriental de la provU::ia
hasta remedios.
Se confia que el gobierno to-
mar las medidas del caso para
que esta importante labor d
saneamiento no sufra trastor-
no* de ninguna especie.
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SAHNAS
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UNA LIBRA EXIJA LA LATA ROJO Y BLACO
iie nuclroS
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or juegos o
por piezas a lo
precios m bajos de plaza.
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lSSt
Cernida en la Legacin
de China
S.E. el Ministro de China, Dr.
Cheng Chen-Yl ofreci una co-
mida en su residencia, en honor
del Comandante E. R. Halloram
y seora, y d su hija Mary E.
de Malon, quien se encuenf
pasando una temporada n .4*
ama.
Buffet
El Dr. Roberto E. Arias y se-
ora querube S. de Arlaa ofre-
cieron anoche un buffet en su
residencia para agasajar al s-
or Arthur Seellgson quien pro-
cedente de Tejas ae encuen-
en nuestra capital In viaje dt
negocios.
Felicitacin
Felicitamos cordialmnt l
seorita Dayra Chiarl Arias,
quien cumple hoy sus quince
aos.

PACUNA CINCO
REMITIDO
L COMIT PRO-LEGALIDAD MUNICIPAL
SEGUIR LUCHANDO CON EL PUEBLO PARA
QUE VEGA MNDEZ SEA RESTITUIDO A LA
ALCALDA DEL DISTRITO QUE LE PERTE-
NECE LEGALMENTE
El Comit Pro-Legalidad Municipal, a pesar de qu, el Consejo
ilclpal en forma poca digna de ciudadanos conscientes de Sus
responsabilidades ha revocado la resolucin del 12 de Julio por la
cual se llama al Lie. ngel Vega Mndez, a ocupar el cargo de Al-
calde del Distrito, seguir luchando con la ciudadana a fin de
qu el Lie. ngel Vega Mndez
sea restituido al cargo de Alcal-
de del Distrito Capital que le
pertenece per Derecho y cuenta
con el respaldo de las mayoras
de los panameos.
EL COMIT PRO LEaALIDAD
MUNICIPAL, no le da importan-
cia al paso cobarde y denigrante
del Consejo Municipal y confia
que el TRIBUNAL DE LO CON-
TENCIOSO ADMINISTRATIVO,
haciende lustieia. llame a ocupar
Cambio de Residencia
El Dr. Alonso Roy y seora
Ileana C. de Roy han traslada-
do su residencia a Villa del
Carmen, calle la. No. 6, en don-
de se pone na las rdenes de
sus amistades.
De Sur America
Presentamos un cordial salu-'
do de bienvenida al seor
Guillermo Andreve y seora
Ana Lucrecia A. de Andreve,
quienes regresaron ayer de Li-
ma.
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Lima visitando a
sus familiares, se encuthtra de
nuevo en Panam el Cnsul del
Per en Coln, Sr. Jorge Le-
guia. Lo saludamos.
Grata estada le deseamos 1
joven Ricardo Ernesto Ch
quien procedente de Bogou
encuentra pasando la tempo,
da de vacaciones entre noso-
tros.
De Mxico
Saludamos cordialmnt al
seor Hernn Porras, quien
procedente de Mxico Lleg a
nuestra capital en donde con-
traer matrimonio con la seo-
rita Marltza Ouiaado Paredes
la semana entrante.
Para Centro Amrica
Despedimos al seor Ral
Gaateazoro, quien sigui para
Centro Amrica y Mxico en
viaje de negocios.
No buscar la
reeleccin el
ftNCiSO" ADMlSTRTIVO, (\ I T I'll
nQftmraQRH. Irujillo
Mndez, debido a que el Dr. Al- *
Nio Octavio Terrer Anguieo-
la.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Cumplen hoy 12 aos de ca-
sados la preciable pareja Don
Julio Stabile y Doa Ligia Alva-
rad de stabile. Los felicita-
mos desendoles eterna felici-
dad.
Asista al Oran Festival bai-
lable en el Hotel "El Panam"
con la Super Orquesta de An-
gelo Jaspe el sbado 21 de Ju-
lio. Entrada Genera] B.1.00
(uno) Durante los das viernes
y sbado.
Para los Estados l nidos >
Despedimos al seor Antonio
M. Arias quien sigui para Te-
jas en viaje de negocios.
Despus de haber pasado una
corta temporada en Panama,
regresa hoy a Tejas el seor
Arthur Seellgson. Lo despedi-
mos cordialmnt.
Aniversario d Matrimonio
berto Navarro, perdi el derecho
l aceptar l un puesto como A-
slstente Jefe d Ciruga en el
Hospital santo Toms y dej el
puesto vacante, siendo entonces
llamado el Lie. ngel Vega Mn-
dez a ocupar la Alcalda en su
carcter de Primer Suplente,
.-___.. EL COMIT PRO LEGALIDAD
MUNICIPAL, sabe que el rgano Ejecutivo tratar de presionar a
los Honorables Magistrados del TRIBUNAL DE LO CONTENCIOSO
ADMINISTRATIVO, como lo hizo con los Concejales, que muchos
fie ellos por seguir teniendo canonjas en este Gobierno se pos-
traron ante el Sr. Presidente de la Repblica; pero el Comit quie-
re pensar, como tambin la ciudadana consciente del pals que
ni Tribunal de lo Contencioso Administrativo, actuar en forma
honrada y digna y no permitir siquiera que-se le invite al Pala-
cio Presidencial a discutir el Problema de la Alcalda que le per-
tenece legalmente al Lie. ngel Vega Mndez.
EL COMIT PRO LEGALIDAD MUNICIPAL, firme en defensa
de la legalidad Municipal y de las intereses d2 las clases popula-
res efectuar el Mitin que anunci para hoy y que s le ha notifi-1
cado a las autoridades administrativas tal como lo seala el ar-
ticulo 39 de la Constitucin Nacional y en caso de que haya esta
noche en el Parque de Santa Ana. sucesos que despus ae tengan
?ue lamentar, la culpa la tendr el rgano Ejecutivo y lo mani-
atamos para que la ciudadana est ALERTA.
EL COMIT PRO LEGALIDAD MUNICIPAL, considera al Lie.
ngel Vega Mndez, como Alcalde legalmente y 1 pueblo nos res-
palda, por lo tanto nada ni nadie nos har dar un paso atrs, pues
somos responsables de nuestros actos y no asumimos posiciones
bajas y denigrantes como muchos hombres acostumbran hacer en
stt pais porque consideran "que no se pierde ni ee gana reou-
.p-.in".
Firmado por JUNTA DIRECTIVA DEL COMIT PRO-
LEGALIDAD MUNICIPAL.
Presidente, Dr. Julio Boyd; Vice-rresldente, don Peiblo Cas-
trejn Jr.; Secretario General, don Miguel Angel Plcard Ami;
Secretario de Relaciones, Lie. Eulogio Quintero E.; Secretario de
Organizacin, don Javier H. Hernndez; Secretario de Flsrallia-
cin, don Jos Manuel Nes; Secretarla de Flnansa, Srta. Elida
Quijano; Secretario de Actas, David Medina Jr.
(OMISIN JURDICA T ASESORA
Dr. Alexandro Russo Berguirlo: rinn Teodoro Brin; Lie. Jos D.
Castillo; Lie. Mariano Melado: doa Eulogio R. de Arias: Lie. Leti-
cia Vicensini; don Pablo Cas trejn; don Domiclano Broce; don
Calixto Arlas; don Abel Chevalier.
COMISIN DE AGITACIN
Presidente. Carlos M. Lopes; Vlce-Presidente, Daniel Caliendo;
Secretario, Pllnio Oonzlez: don Arturo Crdoba: don Demetrio
Ros; Toms Foster; srta. Gloria Oerra; Csar Crdoba; Moiss
Lopez; Alfredo Jimnez.
Panam. 20 de Julio de 1951
CIUDAD TRUJILLO. Ji'J.io 26
I 'UP ti Generalsimo Ka.ifl
Lenidas Trujilloy Molina, quien
ha gobernado a la RepuDca
Dominicana durante 21 anos, s-
nunci hoy que no buscara la
eeleccln para un quinto peiio-
do en las elecciones que deben
celebrarse el prximo ao.
El Partido Dominicano de
Trujillo inmediatamente esco-
gi a su hermano, General Hc-
tor B. Trujillo Molina, como
candidato para la presldc.uia.
Li candidato vitorloso en 'as
prximas elecciones gobernara
hasta 1957.
Durante 16 aos despus de
la revolucin de 1930, el Partido
Dominicano era el nico parti-
do legal en se pais otros ties
partidos de "oposicin" se han
formado en la Repblica Domi-
nicana desde 1946, pero el Par-
tido Dominicano sigue siendo el
que domina el escenario poltico.
El oeneralislmo Trujillo anun
c. su decisin de no postularse
para las prximas elecciones
ante 2,000 delegados a la Con-
vencin Nacional del Partido.
Trujillo aconsej al Partido que
se le diera oportunidad a un
"hombre nuevo".
Despus de una breve confe-
rencia, la Convencin anuiH
je. postulacin de Hctor Trjjl-
ilo, quien desempea actual:.m
cargo de Ministro de Gucrrr..
Armada y Aviacin en el Gabi-
nete de su hermano
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Sr. Aquiles Guardia P.
8rta. Olga Ramona Clare Qui-
jano.
"t*m. Rita Estela Jimnez Ji-
mnez.
Felicitamos al seor' RobertoItmOHu Eduardo Aiberto Byd
ae v nr. u...-. j. r,__ cnanis.
Nio Julio Csar Palma Jr.
Nio Julld Cesar de la Guar-
Diaz y seora Mara A. de Daz
quienes celebran en esta fecha
el sptimo aniversario de su
matrimonio.
Bautizo
Con el nombre de Nicky del
Carmen fu bautizada ayer, en
. .* de 8ttn Francisco la
nina llegada recientemente al
hogar del seor Jaime Ortega
y seora Marcela C. de Ortega.
Sfro/us Pdrlnos la seora
Lilia Ch. de Cucaln y el se-
or Anselmo Castro. Muchas
felicidades le deseamos a ir
nueva cristiana.
Enferma
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
*eamo a la seora Laura B de
de ih Guardia, quien desde ha-
Siden?la.,iUardt C"ma en U "'
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sr. Mercedes A. de Ovalle
Sra. Mara A. de Daz
Sra. Lilia Rosa M. do Ortega
Srta. Dayra Chiarl Arlas
dia.
Srta. Rosita Morn
Cumpleaos de Maana
Srta. Irma Graciela Gonz-
lez Jcome.
arta. Magdalena Mir Herre-
ra.
8rla. Lollta Romn.
Sr. Guillermo Endara P.
Sr. Alfredo J. Boyd.
Sr. Juan Eskldsen
Sr. Alberto McGeachy
Nia Olga Moreno R.
Prximamente!

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Tallas: 32 a 42
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Vestidos de Bemberg
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0.20
Completo surtido da artculos
da tocador YARDLEY
colonias perfumes
talcos cremas
jabones lpices labiales
coloretes
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muy prcticas para un regalo
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LA CREACIN
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PANAMA
JLl'IbJLJLmt
pinar lAd. conlimpiar
tn nmilraS wilr'nai
con al nuevo cargamento
de
+jriauiina
con caracterizaciones de cuen-
tos famosos como la Nia da
los Gansos, Bajo la Alfombra,
La Virgen de la Flor. Lampa-
paras y Ceniceros.
exclusivas de
Ave. Tivoli 14 Calle del Frente
Panam Coln
\Boaa di
e maana
En la ciudad de Chalis, Grecia, contraer matrimonio ae-
nana sbado 31 de Julio, la hell y distinguida seorita So-
fa Papadpulos, hila de Doa Albina Tagarpaleo de Vra-
Jpjilos, y sobrina del prominente hombre de negocies don
Antonio TagarepulM. El novio feliz os don Restaron Vaubas,
oriundo de Chalis, Grecia, solar materno de los Tagarpule,
quien con autnticos merecimientos Ostenta el titulo de Ca-
pitn del Ejrcito Griego. Deseamos a Un simptica 7
distinguida pareja un porvenir de dicha v bienestar.
EGG NOGG
En honor de los estudiantes hijos de socios y sus
familiares ofrecer el
CLUB UNION
El Domingo 22 de Julio, de 11 y 30 a.m. a 1 y 30 p.m.,
durante el cual se celebrar el primer escrutinio para
elegir la
REINA DE LOS ESTUDIANTES
Que presidir los festejos del tradicional
CARNAVALITO
Que se celebrar el Sbado, 11 de Agosto de 1W1,
a las 9 p.m.
Durante el Egg Negg se rifarn doa bonitos premios.
BAILE DE MAMARRACHOS
Se celebrar el Sbado. 28 de Julio, a las S p.m.,
durante el cual se verificar el segundo y ltimo
escrutinio para elegir la Reina de Tos Estudiantes,
con bonitos premios para los disfraces ms estram-
bticos.
La seorita estudiante, hija de socio, que resulte electa
Reina ser coronada de pollera, el Sbado, 11 de Agosto
de 1951. al Iniciarse los festejos del Camavalito, por
S.M. AURITA I, Reina del Carnaval de 1950.
ROBERTO LOPEZ P.,
Secretario.
NUESTRO CLUB es el MEJOR
con muebles de MEJOR CALIDAD
a los precios MAS BAJOS
JUEGOS PE SALA CON PLSTICOS
de PRIMERA CALIDAD, desde B/.3.50
Le ofrecemos
lindos juegos de
SALA SIMMONS
y DIVANES sueltos
"La Casa de los Vidrios
y los Linleos."
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Seor Director de "El Pas",
Presente.
Seor Director:
Panam, Rep. de P,
Julio 18 de 195L
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE: Corro Codilloc 1949.
como nuevo. Llame 3-2495 Rodri-
guez. Calle 52 Este No. 6.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE VENCE:Comir de plotoforma
1946. Chevrolet 1 1-2 tonelada.
Tal. Ponoma 2-0620. The Texos
Co. (Ponoma) Inc.
Cambiamos los vidrios rotos de su
, corro con perfeccin y esmero, a
muy buenos precios. Tropical Mo-
tors.
CIA. Of LtFfVRE Tal. 2-4332
VEND LOTES
Paao inicial mnimo 1.100 00
Maaiual 1.15.00
a Lotes ron Calles y Acueductot di
la Ciudad desde B 1.00 el metro
a Alquilamos aauipo pisodo ix\io
movimiento da tirro.
Alqu"amos lotes a largos plazo*
a Club de Iotas. 8.3 00 y B 4 0
semonjia
SE VENCE:Un jeep de la Armodo.
derechos pogodes, B.400.C0. Tel.
2-4624 8-12 a. m. y 2-5 p.
n
BE VENDE:Camin Ford de 1 1-2
ton. modelo 1940, tambin se
cambia por modelo ms moderno.
Mueblerio Tun fe| 3-0048
3-4662.
Se presta dinero sobre hipoteca, su-
mas pequeas. Informes Tel. 3-
3648.
SE VENCE:Por motivo viaje, lote
en El Cangrejo. 3-3648.
SE VENDE:-Lote de 1.000 metros
en El Cangrejo, con vista al mor.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SE VENCEN:Clara*, lubina itara
car acanalado. Fn-Ta I sartn
a i lia dot ara cia le raiai' me da-
r, lavamanos, axcuiodoi. ate a
l<* artciet mis bajai * piala.
AGENCIAS GLSALES. Via E*a-
fim. ileaand* lun Fianta Tal
-1503
SE VENDE:Calentador de gas para
agua, estufa gas y refrigeradora,
60 ciclos. Calle 44 No. 37. Apto.
N.
SE ALQUILA j
Apartamentos
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de tres
piezas. Calle Ricardo Mir No. 48.
Vista Hermosa.
SE COMPRA
COMPRAMOS maiz blanco o amarl-
B.7 50 el M2.
Re'iarte Mir. Tel. 2-1215
SE ALQUILA
Local
pt
lk> o B.5..50 el qo. El Molino Crio- .,,-uiii i ..., .
II- p,_i -t ALOUIL,:--Locol pora oticino
or-ib* del 'eotro Centrol
MISCELNEA
CLNICA, equipado, altos Farmacia
Solazar, colla 16 Oeste No 28
Panom.
'Genere oigo ettro vendiendo club de ce ai m"iii a" i ,
re'oies poro la Joyena Hawoii. \ -Locales de diferente,
Ave. Central 56.
SE VENDE: -Mquina tie escribir, B.
30.C0. Calle 40 No. 13, aparta-
mento 4, Tel 3-1574.
SE VENDE:Llantos reconstruidas no
reclamadas. Planta Goodyear de
Ponoma. Calle Jernimo de lo Osso
No. II.
SE VENDE: Tierra para rellenos.
Servicio de pola de 8 a. m. en ade-
lante. Carretera Tronsislmica. Es-
quina Blockmigon. Tel. 3-0035.
SE VENDEN:Caso de metal 20' x
50' (Ounseth Hot). Bombas aguo.
Pyramid, escritorios, libreros y
muebles. Avenido Central No. 275
Garage General, Gonzalo.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento uno re-
cmoro, calle 52 No. 18 (cerca
hctel 'El Ponam".) Informes
Apto. No. 8.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento sala,
comedor, una recmara, garage.
Calle 46 No. 27, informes Apto.
8
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de dos
recmaras, sala-comedor, cocina y
servicio con balcn independiente.
Calle 26 Este No. 10. Informes
Apto. 13. C. Dioz.
SE COMPRA
Mantenemos una venta de
ganga de artculos sobre exis-
tencia donde las MEJORES
PINTURAS se venden a los
ms bajos precios.
Por qu no ahorrar dinero
comprando lo mejor?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 279.
Tel. 3-0140.
No necesita ser calvo, lo cada, del
pelo se cura pronto y seguro con
Quinar. Quinar destruye la caspa.
Quinar hace crecer el cabello Qui-
nar se vende en todas los buena-,
farmacios.
Lo oficino del Gerente General de lo i
Divisin de Comisariatos en Mount
Hope. Zona del Conol, recibir
propuestas hasta los 3:00 de la
tarde del jueves. 9 de agosto de
1 95 I, cuando se abrirn en pbli-
co, pora el suministro de 270.000
libras, o alternativamente 135,000
libras de Azucor Fina Granulada.
Los formularios para las prepues-
tos, con detalles completos, podrn
obtenerse en la oficina del Supply
& Service Direrlor, Balboa Hgts.,
r> en la del Gerente General en
Mount Hope. Zono del Canal.
tamaos, centro comercial. Calle
26 Este y Ave. Cuba. Informes
Apto. 13, C. Daz.
SE NECESITA
Domstico*
PERDIDO
PERDIDO:Cartero con plata y pa-
peles importantes. Gratificacin.
Apdo. 236, Balboa.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ser-
vicies domsticos, debe dormir en
el empleo. Ave. B No. 61.
SE NECESITAEmpleada con expe-
riencia, dormir en casa, atender
nio y ayudar oficios domsticos.
Via Beilsano Porras No. 75 (bajos).
NECESITO una muchacha joven con
experiencia pora oficios domsti-
cos. Informes Dulcera Astorio. ca-
He P No. 3. al lodo Teatro Apolo
SE NECESITAUno cocinera con ex-
periencia y una empleado paro ofi-
cios domsticos No tienen que
dormir en el troboio. Ave. Manuel
Icazo No. 26. Campo Alegre.
SE NECESITA: Empleodo de bjena
presencio. Imprescindible tenga
experience. Buen sueldo. Calle 52
casa No. 8. Apto. 4.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
! SE ALQUILA:Cuorto claro, venti-
lado, soltero responsable. Centrol
38. opa/tomento 1-E lltimo pi-
sa'.
SE ALQUILA:Currto cen servicio
en coso de familio. Ocurra Aveni-
do lo. Parque Lefevre casa No. 5
Apto. I.
SE VENDE
Artculos tie Casa
SE COMPRA:COPRA de produc- .
cin nocicrol exclusivamente, en
cualquier cantidad a B.200.00 la
tonelada de 2.000 libras netas,
bien limpio y seca, puesto y pesada
en nuestra planta de la ciudod de
PanamaCA. PANAMEA DE
ACEITES. S. A. Corretero del A*,
ropuertc. Tel. 3-1371. |
SE COMPRA: SESO FRITO" (De-j
rretido i de primera calidad a B. |
0.15 la libra neta en cuolquier
cantidad, entregado en lo ciudad
de Panam. Se advierte que se re-
chazar tedo sebo de proceden- ]
co extranjera o todo sebo noci- ,
nal que haya sido mezclado con
extranjero. CA. PANAMEA DE
ACEITES, S. A., Carretera del Ae-
ropuerto.
COMPRAMOS: Fords, Chevrolet.:
Mercury. Coupe, y' Sedan, ono
1946, 1947, 1948. 1949. 1950,
1951. Ofrecemos buenos precias.
Pora informocin llame al Tel. 3-
0033 o acuda o Vio Besario PO-
RRAS. ESTACIN SAS.
CORREAS
de TRANSMISIN
(En todos los tamaos)
PUERTAS
AMERICANAS
3x7 16.75
2.5 x 7 15.50
2x7 14.75
10%
Ricardo A. Mir,
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Los periodistas
planean despedida
al Sr. J. Dempsey
Para tal efecto celebran
una reunin esta tarde
Con el fin de tratar la dis-
Dedlda que se le dar al seor
j. J. Dempsey, Jefe del De^r-
lamento de Relaciones P'ahcas
ue la Embajada de Estados u-
n!dos, con motivo de su prxi-
ma partida para Buenos A., es
a donde ha sido trasladado por
su Gobierno, el Sindicato de F*>
riodistas de Panam celebrar
tita tarde a las 4:00 una uu-
nln en la Redaccin de La Ui-
irella de Panam, en donde se
espera a todos los Interesados
en ste asunto, amibos del -cum-
plido funcionario y buen amigo
D<"npsey.
ca de todos a fin de cruzar 1-
Es de gran Inters la a*l.r.-
deaa precisas sobre el pancu-
la i y organizar una despedida
digna del seor Dempsey y su
seora.
Habiendo ledo en las columnas de Esplandin en
la edicin del da de ayer de "El Pas", nn ataque injus-
to y falto de verdad sobre Don Gustavo Trias, solicito a
Id. tema a bien darle cabida a estas Untas en su dia-
rio.
Es costumbre en Panam, por lo barato, ataaar y
echar lodo a personas honorables. Habra ue conocer
la vida privada y pblica del Sr. Trlus, para entonces
atreverse a escribir sobre l. Don Gustavo Trlus. como
miembro del Club de Leones de Panam, ofrece una hoja
de las mis meritorias, fu el autor y ferviente animador
de la creacin del "Hospital. del Nio" una obra que
quedar para la eternidad y fu igualmente el inicia-
dor de las "Colonias Infantiles de Verano", estas dos
obras para no seguir enumerando, son suficientes apor-
tes al bienestar y mejoramiento de la ciudadana.
Como comerciante, es conveniente que se sepa que
el Sr. Trlus, no es un explotador ni mucho menos an
ambicioso. Hay muchos panameos que entramos en sus
empresas cerno empleados v hoy somos accionistas da
esas empresas en que participamos, gracias al plan de
desprendimiento del Sr. Trlus de incorporar en el rol de
propietario a sus empleados. Cuntos en Panam, an
de los panameos de nacimiento, hacen igual...? Te po-
dra citar muchos actos que catalogan al Sr. Trina cerno
hombre ejemplar, tanto en sn vida pblica, como en sus
actuaciones para con sus empleados cualquiera que sea
su condicin o categora. Podr el Seor Esplandin de-
cir tanto...? No pretendo convertirme en defensor del
Sr. Gustavo Trius, su labor es harto conocida, y sus
obras son ms que suficientes para demostrar que su vi-
da entera ha estado al servicie de los que como yo ne-
cesitaban proteccin v facilidades para enfrentarse a la
locha; pero s es conveniente que a los periodistas se les
quite esa costumbre de atacar a determinada persona
cuando no han obtenido un favor.
Agradeciendo al Sr. Director, me suscribo, su atento
amigo y servidor, <
S


GUILLERMO WATTS G,
(Cdula No. 8-7815)
APROVECHE LA OCASIN! Se van-! _
da a precie a quema, un juesa i UCIlUDClt. DOT
recmara, comedor 2 camas, ate.
Calle 2a. No. 13. Apto. 14. Para-
SE DESEA
DESEAMOS matrimonio sin hijos, que
conozco de labores de campo pa-
ra cuidar casa en el Valle de An-
tn. Debe tener recomendacin del
lugar donde traboj antes. Cia.
Dulcidio Gonzlez N., S. A. Fabri-
co de Mosaicos. Ave. Cuba No. 8.
SE NECESITA:Muchacha joven po-
ra cuidar dos nias. Tiene que dor-
mir en casa. Floristera Santa F.
No. 61. Ave. 4 de Julio.
SE NECESITAUno buena emplea-
do paro el servicio de casa. Tiene
que dormir en el empleo. Muy
buen sueldo mensual. Calle 50 No
14, Apto. 1.
SE VENDE:Estante grande, 3 puer-
tos. Buenas condiciones y buen
precio. Avenida Justo Arosemena,
No. 90, Tel. 3-1121.
GANGA! Por motivo' de viaje se i
venden muebles, juego de so-:
la, comedor, recmara, artculos
de olata, etc. Puede conseguir el
apartamento. Colie 46 cosa 19
Apto. I. Tel. 3-3392.
SE VENDEVitrina de caobo, buffet
mesa rodadizo para t. Casa 615-
D. Cocoli. 4-6 p. m.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA: 4 jvenes, ombos
texos, experiencia en propaganda.
Ave. Centrol 47 Apto. 23.
[SE NECESITA: -- Planto elctrica
Kholer 5 KVA AC 60 ciclos. Tel.
3-1581.
SE NECESITA: Dependiente que
hoole ingls y tenga buena presen-
cio. Para la Sastrera Bazor Fran-
cs.
SE NECESITA:Experto manic,urs-
ta con buena presencia. Soln de
Belleza Bernordo. edificio Castillo
del Oro. al lado Hctel El Ponoma.
Se NcCESIlA: Una dependiente
que tenga experiencia. dbe ha-
blor castellano e ingls. La Moda
Americana, Ave. Centrol 102.
Sf NECESITA: Aeenre vensear
cae ananas referencia! y buenas
canaiienei an al cemercie. Buen
futura para el hambre eareaiae.
Caametaria Imperial. Central 27-
A.
Galo Plaza se neg
a aceptar renuncia
de dos Ministros
QUITO, julio 20. (UP). Se
lia anunciado que el Ministro
de Relaciones Exteriores. Nef-
tali Ponce y el Ministro de De-
fensa. Manuel Diaz Granados
presentaron sus renuncias al
Presidente Galo Plaza, pero ste
les pidi que las reconsidera-
ran.
El anuncio no dio las razo-
nes de las renuncias, pero se
hizo saber claramente que no
ha habido criis de Gabinete
alguna.
SE VENDE. Refrigerodoro morca
Frigidoire, 9 pies, estufo gas. de:
gabinete. 4 quemodores. heno,'
buenos condiciones Buen precio.
Calle Estudionte No. 105. ltimo!
piso. Apto. 2. 1
SE VENDE:Motivo vioje, dos cornos1
caoba, con esprines, swing, acua-
rios, peces, meso superficie vidrio,
mesitos. plantas, lmporas fluo-
recentes. Calle 44 No. I Apto.
"G\ I
SE NECESITA: Bemba de presin
"BOOSTER PUMO- de an. go-
Iones por minuto sin carga de suc-
cin y una carga de elevocin de
40 libras por pulgoda cuadrado o
Seo uno alturo de 95 pies. Motor
Trifsico de 220 voltios. Se reci-
ben propuestas en el ABATTOIR
- NACIONAL o en las oficinos de
Villanueve y Tajeirj Cia. Ltda. a
Paul Gamhetti.
Con 6725.00
PUEDE OBTENER
UNA REFRIGERADORA
ADMIRAL!
Durante el mes de Julio ni-
camente, seguimos ofreciendo
I* oportunidad de tener una
Refrigeradora en su hogar con
un pago inicial de B/25.00 y
plazos cmodos. Hay 8 mode-
los diferentes al escoeer. 5
linos de garanta. VEA la
ADMIRAL antes de comprar
ana Refrieeradora!
Mueblera Casa Sparton
Caatral 23 CalidaaU Tel. J-iesi

Acusados en
los criminales antigobiernii.s'.
Como resultado de sto, alio
Sarasty, "algunos sectores Jd a
repblica han estados ometiUo: a
na campaa de subversin yer
manente. caracterizada por los
robos, lncendiarismo, sat,u-o.
crmenes en maa y toda la gc-
i.:a de crmenes de que es ca-
paz la raza uimana".
El Ministro de lo Interior dl-
u que los efectos de sta cam-
paa se han sentido con tutx
severidad en los Estados de !:>
tioquia. Tolima. Cundlnams.ca
Bovaclo? Estados centrales
la la capital.
Sarasty apel por la paz V
(orden, declarando que "la r.a-
t.ion puede estar segura que el
| Gobierno llevar a cabo su ta-
lca sin. miedo ni vacilacin"
VNDESE. Mobiliario residencia. 2
estufas. 2 refrigeradoras, juego fi-
no comedor, 3 juegos recmoros. 1
juego salo, etc Magnificas condi-
ciones conservacir. Precio reduci-
dsimo. Casa esquino. Calle 11 Y
Avenido Primera frente Aeropuer-
to. Poitilla. Llame Tel. 2-1456.
SE VENDE:Radio mueble con to.
cadiscos RCA Vctor; una Refrige-
radora General Electric de 4 pies.
Sof-cama con 2 butocos forradas
en cuero; 2 lmparas de escrito-
rio; I ventilador elctrico. Ocurro
Caso Luis, Polocio de los Corba-
ta.
Prximamente!
MAOUinARia Of '('lia CIAf PAR?
IMPRENTAS
EC4W.STPU1DA
rtatCIOC SIN COMPETENCIA
arles
PAPELES
HUDSON MACHINERY COMPANY
IMCMMCHS1 NtWYOR U'.a '
Sintonice siempre
H0A
advertirse que a pesar de que
el ex-Jele de Contabilidad de
la Caja de Seguro, seor Ra-
mn Gordils, recibia cheques
para su reingreso, mediante re-
cibo detallado de loa mismos,
tales cheques no eran remitidos
al Banco Nacional en forma
ordinaria acostumbrada. Por el
contrario, los cheques aludidos
pasaban a manos de perdonas
que se desconocen, y mediante;
I Irma real o supuesta de los I
beneficiarios eran cambiados en
el comercio local y depositados ,
luego en el Banco Nacional. I
que los devolva a la Caja de j
Seguro, como, cheques pagados. |
En varios cheques, aparece co- ,
mo uno de los endosantes ade-
mas del beneficiarlo, el doctor i
Julio E. Boyd y el seor Ma-
nuel Cupas y en otros, las per-
sonas en cuyo favor el Banco
Nacional hacia pago de esos I
cheques, mediante deposito y i
cuenta especial eran los seo-1
res Juan Moiss Martnez V;
Humberto Jirn S. Tambin se
observan visibles discrepancias
entre las firmas consignadas en'
los cheques, como si hubieran
sido puestas por los beneficia-
rios, y las firmas reales que los
beneficiarios consignaron en los
registros de firmas existentes
en la Caja de Seguro Social. Por
ltimo, en la fecha en que
algunos cheques fueron cambia- |
dos en el Banco Nacional, con .
supuestas firmas de los benefi-
ciarlos, ya estos haban muer-;
to tiempo atrs, o no tenan I
derecho a percibir pension o |
jubilacin, por haberla suspen- :
dido la Caja de Seguro.
5oSi los chequ menciona- l
dos eran recibida >or el seor.
Ramn Gordils p. a su rein-
tegro, porque su. jcneiclarios
no se presentaban a solicitar-1
los o porque no tenan.derecho,I
cmo es posible que esos che-
ques hubieran sido pagados por
el Banco Nacional a personas
particulares con la supuesta fir-
ma de sus beneficiarlos, como i
primeros endosantes, y como
otras firmas de personas que
hacan depsitos de ellos en
el Banco Nacional?
6o Sin duda de ninguna cla-
se que no haba derecho a per-
cibir el beneficio de tales che-
ques, por parte de personas
particulares, pues se entrega-
ban al Jefe de Contabilidad pa-
ra que fueran reintegrados. Y
el cobro de tales cheques por
particulares tiene todos los vi-
sos de una sustraccin ilielta de
fondos de la Caja de 8eguro
Social.
7o.En el caso concreto de |
los cheques que le remito, las
sumas totales indebidamente
percibidas por los particulares
ascienden a una suma consi-
derable".
Nuestros ESPEJOS embe-
llecen el hotel El Panam.
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calla l( fcste Na. 4 Tel. Tm
Felpa Mineralizada
Roja y Verde
Felpa Negra
de 15 y 30 lbs.
Clavos de Zinc
Balanzas 'Detecto'
Almacenes Romero
Av*. Norte No. 48
Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con SO velas de fuerza de lu* blanca
moderna. Permanece encendida 50
hora por 1 guin de kerosene Toma
4% de AIRE y solamente i", 4*
KEROSENE. Completamente sep'ra
no explota ni necesita generador ni
bomba. No produce humo ni malo*
olores Es tan sencilla que un nlno
puede prenderla Nunca vlsth en Pa-
nam a Precio tan Balo
por slo... B .9. 5
Tenemes tortas lea Repuestos!
D* Venta en tartas las FFftRKTERIAS
i muebleras.
Distribuidores:
W0NG CHANO, S. A.
Calan Calle y Ave. Balbaa
Tel JW.
Panaan. Ave Central 53
Tel. -2S7
Red Panamericana
7090
en su radio I
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Que por Escritura Pblica
No. 1272. del 16 del presente,
de la Notara Primera del
Circuito, he comprado al Sr.
Jos Hajln Chay Cedeo. el
establecimiento comercial que
funciona en el edificio No. 3
de la Calle C. de esta ciudad.
Luis Antonio Chang Morales.
La Secreta caDtur
a unos ladrones
La Polica Secreta captur a
Ijs sujetos que se robaron to-
ce radios en la Casa Sparton y
otro grupo que se introdujo ra
a casa 8port y hurt B. 3'00
en Joyas.
La labor de la Secreta er. es-
te aspecto ha sido muy taicuA,
v se espera que otros miembros
de esta pandilla caigan en n.a-
nos de la autoridad dentro de
poco.
No se nos ha Informado an
si loa objetos robados estn va
en poder de la Secreta-
SE NECESITAN:
Des jvenes y dos seoriUa
de buena presencia c > expe-
riencia en ventas. wio b-
sico, comisione;.. A\ < "ntral
39. Oficina 404 de I a a.m.
solamente.
LAMPARAS
Para Residencias
El nuevo Gabinete de Franco
tom posesin hoy y comenz
a laborar en el nuevo pacto
SE VENDEN
VIDRIOS
DE U DE GRl'ESO DE LAS
SIGUIENTES MEDIDAS:
36 x 36"
36 x 60"
48 x 60"
48 x 72"
MUEBLERA
LA COMPETIDORA
Calle 16 Oeste 47.
Telfono 2-3181.
MADRID. Julio 20 I UP) El
nuevo Gabinete del Generalsi-
mo Franco tom posesin y co-
menz inmediatamente a tra-
bajar en el acuerdo militar con
Entados Unidos.
"El nuevo Gabinete de Franco
est compuesto de la siguicnt
manera: Alberto Martin Artalo,
Relaciones Exteriores: Jos An-
tonio Girn, Trabajo: Gene al
Eduardo Gonzlez Oallarza, Ai-
re; Blas Prez, Interior; Joa-
qun Plannel. Industrias y Or-
ganizacin; Manuel Arburua, Co
mercio; Conde le Vallellano. O-
bras Pblicas; General Muoz
Grandes, Guerra; Almirante
Salvador Moreno. Armada; Ra-
fael Cavestany. Agricultura; An
SE REQUIERE AGENTE y
DISTRIBUIDOR
nico en Panam para la dia-
tribucin de una gran varie-
dad de receptores de radio y
televisin de manuf a c t ura
britnica "Etronic." Para ob-
tener detalles completes escri-
ban a: Messrs. Associated Ex-
ports. Ltd.. 6 Laurence Pount-
ney HU. Londrta E. C. 4. In-
glaterra.
SE VENDE
Plywood dt \ de grueso
Madera fina.
MEDIDAS
36 x 72".....a B-'AOO
48 x 72" ..... 5.00
MUEBLERA
LA COMPETIDORA
Calle 16 Oeste 47.
Tel-fono: 2-3181.
Tenemos eo existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x f v T x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
En honor al 20 de
Julio se trasmite
programa de radio
En honor a la fecha clsica
de Colombia que se celebra hoy.
el Conservatorio Nacional de
Msica y declamacin transmi-
tir por Intermedio de la Ra-
dio Panamericana el siguiente
concierto de msica clsica en
el que intervendrn destacados
artistas.
El siguiente es el programa
del concierto en honor de Co-
lombia :
Radio Panamericana, viernes
8.30 p.m.
Progrma-
loGuabina Chiquinquirea.
Urrutia. Manuel Fuster al
piano.
2o.Cancin de la Vida Pro-
funda. Porfirio Barba Jacob.
Miguel Moreno, declamador.
3oCanto por la soprano Ana
de Estrlpeaut.
4o.Danza para plano y vio-
lin. Alfredo Saint Malo, vio-
ln; Nicols Slominskv al plano.
5o.Trozo en el Sentimiento
popular, piano solo Nicols
Slomln.sky al Diario.
6oHimno Nacional de la Re-
pblica de Colombia.
Himno Nacional de Panam.
Prof Manuel Fuster al piano.

El diario monrquico "ABC" dij que el nuevo Go-
bierno "da una clara impresin de un Gobierno
alejado de la poltica"
ti,nlo Itirmend. Justicia: Fran-
cisco Gmez Llanos, Hacienda;
Emilio Navasques, Sub-Secreta
ro de Relaciones Exteriores.
Diez Ministros fueron afecta-
dos con el cambio, y slo cua-
tro conservaron sus puestos - .
Relaciones Exteriores, TraJajo,
Aire e Interior.
La primera reunin del nue-
vo Gabinete tendr lugar esta
tarde a las seis, cuando el Ge-
neral Franco pondr a sus nue-
vos Ministros al corriente da
los planes para el acuerdo mili-
tar con Estados Unidos.
Los peridicos espaoles so
mofaron ds los Informes *vb
decan que el nuevo Cabinet*
seria Monrquico y que el cam-
bio de Gabinete seria seguido
con la Instalacin de la Monar-
qua en Espaa-
An el peridico de los ma-
nrquicos, el ABC no mencion
la posibilidad de una monar-
qua y dijo en un editorial que
el nuevo Gabinete est com pues
te de hombres prominentes qu*
gozan de gran estimacin en sli
distintas profesiones. "El nuevo
Gobierno Espaol nos da ur.a-
ciara impresin de un Gobierno
alejado de la poltica".
__________________________
53 pasajeros se
salvaron por la
calma del piloto
RICHMOND, Virginia. Julio 2
(UP i __ Un cuatrimotor "Con-
tellation" con 53 personas a oof
do al que se le incendi un mo-
tor durante una intensa tor-
menta, logr aterrizar de Mar-
gnela en una granja a're*
cor de ,16 kilmetros del ac-
aromo de Byrd. .
El aterrizaje estremeci a loa
53 pasajeros que viajaban tu ti
avin perteneciente a la Eas-
tern Airlines, pero ninguna a*
ilas sufri lesiones.
Un portavoz de la Eaester Air-
lines declar que el avin s*
d'rlgia en vuelo sin escala o*
Newark, New Jersey a Miami y
fu sorprendido por la torme.ua
en la zona de Fredericksburg *
80 kilmetros al norte <*
ciudad. Un motor se incendio y
el avin comena a perder til-
tura La oficina meteorolgica
local dijo que eo esos momen-
tos se registraron vientos d*
casi 80 kilmetros por hora.
El piloto se mantuvo, sereno
y condujo el cuatrimotor a na-
ves de la tormenta con un mo-
tor Incendiado y par** de i
cola destruida, logrando hacer
un aterrizaje sobre la trella del
avin en un campo fan*oo.dj
estos alrededores. Los pasajeros
Informaron que sobre el avian
cay un rayo cuando volao. a
2,500 pies de altura sobre Rie.i-
mond. m
Los pasajeros se lanzaron u*
a del avin, esterrndose haota
los tobillos en lodo mientras s*
ponan a 200 metros de distan-
cia en tanto que el avin seuia
impulsado hasta chocar contra
la cerca de una finca cercana
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
List
os para
locuciones fracasen.
El mal tiempo limit la ac-
tividad area aliada, mientras
que la concentracin comunista
continuaba, alendo detenida por
la artillera aliada y loe bom-
bardeos de los aerdromos co-
munistas y sus lineas de abas
tecimientos.
Los comunistas se enenentran
en su mejor posicin militar
desde su fracasada ofensiva de
mayo. Los rojos tienen esto a
su favor.: 1) Caas 72 divi-
siones, 720,80* hombre en el
frente, completamente equipa-
dos. Por lo menos 3*8,08* ya
estn en la linea de batalla. Z)
Ms de 30* tanques escondidos
en los valles del sector de Kon-
;san al Norte de Kaeseng. 3)
.El mal tiempe le resta eflca-
eia a las actividades areas a-
liadas.
Loe comunistas e e o t a ban
eon la estacin lluviosa para
llevar a cabe sui planas de
concentracin. Per* las lluvia?
no llegaron sino hasta bace
dies dias, con nn atraso de
dos meses. Sin embargo, el ini-
cio de bu conversaciones para
el cese de fuego trato la calma
al frente de batalla, la ene
aprovecharon los comunistas
para concentrar sns faenas en
las reas del frente a pesar de
las grandes bajas safridas por
lea ataques areos. ^_


VIERNES, JUMO 2*. 1S51
RL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDENT
PAGINA SIETI
SOCIALES DE COLON
Pe* JUDITH BERTONCINI
Apartado 412 Apartado 1SS4
La "Unesco" enva Tremendo golpe ha
dos hombres de ^fa p|an
ciencia al Brasil
felicitacin
En el da de ayer celebre
sus natales la seorita May Ta-
garpulos. hija del seor don
Antonio Tagarpulos y seora
Con tal motivo la simptica
May se vio muy felicitada por
sus numerosas amlfultas. Aun-
que algo tarde, le hacemos lle-
gar las nuestras muy cordiales.
Cam picaos de maana
Hasta la ciudad de Panama
hacemos llegar nuestras anti-
cipadas felicitaciones a la in-
teligente seorita Ana Rosa Ha-
rris, por festejar maana s-
bado un ao ms de vida.
de Arela. Por este medio hace-
NACIONES
Julio (USISi
UNIDAS, N. Y.
Un especialista
EL UU. no desbandar
deconquista rojo otra vez sus fuerzas
Japn o a Europa, siguiendo
un sistema de rotacin basa-
tado servicios en aquella pe-
(FASA LA PAG. 10 Co. 7)

ruSanues^eXdoSsArC,R- =no en 'ligaciones so-
CUMPLEAOS
El nio William E. Black, hi-
jo del hogar del seor W. E.
Black y seora Edlsa Endara
de Black, tambin festeja ma-
ana sus natales. Hasta Esta-
dos Unidos, en donde reside con
sus padres, le hacemos llegar
nuestras .felicitaciones.
Baile en el CM de Extranjeros
Maana sbado a las 8 p.m.
se dar comienzo al grandioso
baile en los salones del Club
de Extranjeros, auspiciado pol-
las entusiastas soclas del Club
Ensueo. Este festival bailable
ser amenizado por la popular
orquesta Tropicana' y costarR
solamente un balboa para ca-
balleros. Todos estn Invitados.
Aniversario de matrimonio
En el dia de maana cele-
bran sus bodas de papel los
esposos doctor Rubn 8. Arcia
y Sra. Carmen Elvira Mouynehj
40 naciones estn
de acuerdo con el
embargo de la ONU i
NACIONES UNIDAS, Nueva
York 20. (UBIS). Cuaren-
ta naciones, miembros y no
miembros de la ONU, han con-
venido en el embargo sobre los
embarques de materiales es-
tratgicos al rgimen comunis-
ta chino y a Corea del Norte,
agresores en el actual conflic-
to coreano.
La Secretaria de la ONU ha
hecho pblica esta Informacin
en un documento contentivo de
las respuestas recibidas en res-
puesta a la resolucin de la
Asamblea Genera! mediante la
cual se decret el embargo.
Adems de los 40 gobiernos
que han expresado el cumpli-
miento de la resolucin, dos han
n ex_ CHARLOTTESV1LLE. Virginia,
rto"oto"sTlTctocV- Julio ,USIS,-"El plan maestro
lectrnica sern enviados al de los comunistas para la con-
Brasil para ayudar al programa quista mundial ni recibido un
de investigacin en fisica, en serio golpe por la accin de las
cumplimiento'de misin de la Naciones Unidas en Corea pe-
Unesco r0 no nay Prueb* de -ue haya
sido abandonado, segn ha de-
clarado Ernest Oross, Subjefe
de la Delegacin de los Estados
Unidos en las Naciones Unidas.
Ugo Camerinl, de Italia, y
Oerard Hepp, de Holanda, se-
rn enviados de conformidad
con el programa de asistencia
tcnica de la Unesco par el ..E1 vMtrio de las Naciones
fomanto econmico de 1951, Unldas ^^ aumentando y no
programa para el, ual. .J^debemos permitir que ese pode-
destlnado una partida de 30, rf dls, , unldad
000,000. Son ellos los primeros
hombres de ciencias que son en-
moral del mundo libre", dijo
Oross al hablar ante numerosa
vlados al Brasil en desarrollo concurrencla en el Instituto de
de este programa. Aam,^ pblicos de la Univer-
La designacin se ha hecho en sidad de Virginia,
atencin a solicitud de coope-
racin hecha por Brasil a la "Sea cual fuere la direccin
Unesco de llevar a cabo lnves-' que se tome", dijo Oross "los
tigacin cientfica para el plan! principios de h.s Naciones Unl-
de expansin econmica.
Nos complace felicitar de la
manera ms sincera, al joven
Elias A. Bazn. hijo del conoci-
do amigo Pablo Basan, por a-
Justar hoy un ao ms de vida.
Hasta los Estados Unidos de
Norteamrica, en donde se en-
cuentra cursando estudios de
aviacin, le deseamos muchos
xitos en sn carrera.
Nombran un nuevo
representante de
la USIE en Europa
WASHINGTON. Julio
- Charles M. Hulten, adminis-
trador general de la USIE ha
sido nombrado representante del
programa de sta en Europa.
Lo reemplazar aqu Thurman
L. Barnard como administrador
general interino.
Al anunciar el nuevo nom-
bramiento de Hulten, el Depar-
tamento de Estado dijo:
"El seor Hulten tendr a su
cargo la representacin del De-
partamento en el terreno pa-
ra la coordinacin de las opera-
ciones notablemente incremen-
tadas en Europa segn fueron
autorizadas por el Congreso a
fines de 1950, de conformidad
con el programa de la "Cam-
paa de la Verdad" iniciado por
el Presidente Truman. Al esta-
iNo DUERME Btefr
Pues tmase una taza de POSTUM
preparada con agua o leche calien-
ta antes de acostarse, y dormir
como un lirn! POSTUM no con-
SSM cafena. Compre
DOSTUM hoy mismo y
disfrute de un aueBo
tranquilo!
das se mantendrn como expre-
sin concreta de las aspiracio-
nes de los hombres y de su es-
peranza de seguridad."
Dijo Oross que los Estados
Unidos confan en que "los pue-
blos de las Naciones Unidas no
olvidarn al pueblo de Corea
cuya tierra ha sido devastada
por la terrible y no provocada
agresin."
CANAS
Uftalafea con MU rvBCdt cuero, (*oi i
barato: (Ja cuarto litro da afila *uoa cu
charada dt glictrim. I cucharada. da Mar
Rura (o atoa da Coloata) na ctjita *?
Compuesto da Barbo. Compra aatoa la>
radiant! an la botica, maelttoa aa bm
I botella, r asalta para lafilr sua eauu* 99-
I in Laa ladloaelonaa a (a e*Jl aau Coa
I pueeaa 4a Barbo
No volver a hacer a Rusia
el mismo desprendido favor
que le hizo en el ano 1945
Por Carl W. MeCardle
(NANA)
WASHINGTON, julio 20. (EPS)
Ms vale que Rusia se en-
tere de que los Estados Unidos
no le van a hacer a la Unin
Sovitica el grande y despren-
dido favor que le hicieron al
cesar las hostilidades de la se-
gunda guerra mundial. Esto es,
los norteamericanos no vamos
a sacar nuestras tropas de la
Corea, aun cuando se conclu
ya una tregua.
Somos un pueblo confiado y
de gran corazn y cremos, all
para 1945, que Rusta era nues-
tra aliada. Por tanto, empeza-
mos a pensar en devolver a
sus. hogares a los muchachos
que estaban en Europa, cuando,
apenas se habia apagado el eco
del ltimo disparo.
Al desbandar nuestro ejrcito,
el mayor que se haya organi-
zado en poca alguna, le di-
mos a Rusia, que tenia sinies-
tros propsitos de todas clases,
una via expedita para apode-
rarse de todo aquello que no
estuviese bien firme y empezar
asi la llamada guerra tra. Y
eso fue lo que hizo Rusia.
Hemos aprendido la leccin, a
golpes, pero la hemos apren-
dido.
Solo porque cese-' el tiroteo,
si llega a cesar en la Corea
y cuando ello suceda, no sig-
nificar que disminuiremos
nuestras tuerzas all en un solo
hombre.
El alto mando del Pentgo-
no est decidido a que los Es-
tados Unidos mantengan sus
fuerzas con todos sus efectivos
el tiempo necesario para con-
cluir una tregua y despus a
que se cercioren de que ce ob-
serva la tregua y que el ene-
migo es sincero si hemos de
usar una palabra tan noble en
relacin con los comunistas
en este esfuereo en favor de
la paz.
Puede que esto signifique que
quedemos en Corea muchos me-
ses ms. Pero demasiados mu-
chachos, magnficos norteame-
ricanos y de otras naciones,
han sido muertos o heridos pa-
ra que recojamos los brtulos
y regresemos al hogar cuando
termine el tiroteo, desperdi-
ciando asi lo alcanzado por ellos
y dejando un vacio tentador pa-
ra que los comunistas avancen
y acaben por apoderarse de
toda la Corea.
Al hacer arreglos para la
tregua, los Estados Unidos In-
sistirn en que se organicen
grupos de inspeccin en ambos
lados, para estar seguros de que
se estn cumpliendo los trmi-
nos de la tregua.
El hecho de que los norte-
americanos tenemos el propsi-
to de mantener nuestros efec-
tivos completos hasta que nos
convenzamos de que la tregua
es realmente una tregua, no
significa que los hombres que
han estado combatiendo en
nuestro lado tengan que per-
manecer en la Corea.
Se les traer a los Estados
Unidos o se les trasladar al
Suaws como
la seda
manifestado cumpliendo de ma- blecerse en Pars, concentrar
(era efectiva por no tener ma-> su atencin particularmente en
feriales estratgicos" excedentes I u iniciacin de nuevas e im-
?ue exportar, y cinco han ln-
ormado que estn estudiando
todava la medida.
La Unin Sovitica y sus sa-
tlites se han negado a acep-
tar el embargo, calificndolo de
"ilegal".
La resolucin sobre el em-
bargo dispone que se solicite a
todos los paises que eviten los
embarques a los agresores de
Corea, de artculos como armas,
municiones, materiales de ener-
ga atmica, petrleo, materia-
les de transporte y otros artcu-
los que pueden servir para la
fabricacin de elementos de
guerra.
Los siguientes miembros de
las Naciones Unidas han mani-
festado su pleno cumplimiento
de la solicitud de embargo he-
cha por la Asamblea General:
de las Naciones Unldas: Pana-
m, Australia, Blgica. Brasil,
Canad, China, Colombia, Di-;
namarca, El Salvador, Etiopa,
Prancia, Grecia, Honduras, In-
donesia. Irn, Israel, Luxembur-
go, Holanda, Nueva Zelandia,
Noruega, Pakistn. Paraguay.
Per, Filipinas, Suecla. Tailan-
dia Turqua, Unin de Africa
del Sur. Reino Unido, Estados
Unidos. Uruguay, Venezuela, Ye-
men, Yugoeslavia.
Los siguientes Estados no
miembros han hecho lo mtemo:
Cambodia. Repblica Federal A-
lemana, Italia, Laos, Espaa y
Vietnam.
portantes operaciones en Euro-
pa.
"El seor Hulten quien hace
algunos meses solicit un puesto
en el exterior despus de nue-
ve aJios de servicios en Wa-
shington, ha sldd elogiado por
el Secretario de Estado Dean
Acheson y el Secretario Auxi-
liar Edward W. Barret por su
destacado desempeo como ad-
ministrador general de la Cam-
paa de la Verdad."
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PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VIERNES. JULIO M, 1M1
r-
NUEVO RECORD. Perfectamente coordinado. Shella Lerwill Mita limpiamente la Tara
en el Torneo Atltico Amateur de Inglaterra, para imponer una nueva marca en el salto
alto con impulso para damas. Su marca de 5 .7 Vt supera a la establecida por la holandesa
Mrs. Fannv Blankers Koen. impuesta en las Olimpadas Mundiales pasada._________________
En forma curiosa y sin atender nuestro
prestigio deportivo contina la campaa
para enviar una delegacin al Salvador
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
S. Miguel y A. Bravo
iniciarn el domingo
serie de baseball
El domingo Iniciarn su co-
mentada serle de baseball los
equipos San Miguel de la ciu-
dad capital y el Abel Bravo del
sector atlntico, en el estadio
de Coln comenzando a las 9 y
30 a. m.
La Serle ha sido dedicada al
entusiasta y propulsor depor-
tista y Alcalde de la ciudad
atlntica, Don Jos D. Bazn,
quien lanzar la primera bola
del encuentro del domingo.
El San Miguel es el equipo
sub-Campen de la Liga Dlstri-
torlal de Baseball de la capital,
y la novena del Colegia Abel
Bravo uno de ms fuertes con-
juntos de su categora en \
atlntico. Ambos equipos estn
practicando con todo empeo
para su importante compromi-
so del 22 y se espera un inte-
resante y reido cotejo.
Es curioso que nuestros de-
portistas continen formando
ambiente para que diferentes
delegaciones participen en los
tornos internrcionales deporti-
vos que tendrn lugar en San
Salvador con motivo de las Fies
tas A costinas.
An cuando se ha recibido
amable invitacin, debemos re-
Chaiarla de plano y considerar
que las autoridades deportivas
salvadoreas despreciaron la in-
vitacin de Panam para el
Campeonato. Centro-americano
de Ftbol.
Una ves escribimos nosotros
que la medalla tenia su reverso
y que algn dia le pagaramos
cin la misma moneda, y es aho-
ra la ocasin par? ello.
Nosotros como deportistas de-
bemos mantener nuestro orgu-
llo y rechazar cualquier invita-
cin de parte de El Salvador y
de los otros pases que ni qui-
sieron concurrir al Campeonato
Centroamericano "e Ftbol, ce-
lebrado en Panam y en el cual
aclmente participan Nicara-
gua, Costa tica j Panam.
Por otra parte hay que to-
mar -n cuenta que tenemos
importantes lompromisos con-
ARTES Y OFICIOS
DEPORTIVO
-.Por Miguel A. Jurez
Con una capeha sumamente
lodosa continuo la justa de ft-
bol del Artes y Oficios, enfren-
tndose el Dep. Garibaldo con
el Dep. Los Tremendos, que-
dando empatado a un tanto;
los goleadores fueron Luis Tejei
ra por el Dep. Garibaldo con
uno y Gilberto Callender de los
Tremendos con uno tambin;
ambos tantos fueron por penal-
ty.
Los dems juegos ni se pu-
dieron efectuar debido a la au-
sencia de dos equipos, que fue-
ron castigados.
El Corea perdi por forfeit
Con el Dep. Villa de Caracas, y
el Dep. Aurora tambin perdi
por forfeit con el Dep. Los Re-
yes.
trados como los Juegos Boliva-
ranos para Diciembre, en Ca- <
racas; la XII Serie Mundial de
Baseball de Mxico en seis me-
ses, y el Campeonato de Cam-
peones de Ftbol en Santiago |
de Chile para Febrero del pro- j
xinwi ao, y los Jugadores de-
bern contar para esas fechas
con log permisos respectivos de
sus trabajos, a la vez que es
necesario mantenet n u e st r o
prestigio deportivo.
Felicitamos por este medio, al
conocido basketbolero Bernardo
"ato" Gmez, quien en das
pasados celebr su compromiso
matrimonial con la simptica
eorlta Thelma Rot.
El Granillo derrot
ayer al Frente en la
justa de Santa Rita
ESTADO DE LOS EQl'IPOS
Baseball de Santa Rita
Circuito Mayor
Esta noche le corresponder
a la Liga Provincial de Basket-
oall imponer su primeras san-
ciones por actos indisciplinarlos
y que desdicen mucho de nues-
tros deportistas. Las sanciones
sern impuestas a raiz del su-
ceso protagonizado por Jugado-
ras del equipo de Basketball
Operten en contra de unidades
del Daar, el mircoles prximo
pasado, cuando finaliz el Juegi
entre Daar y Malta Vigor. La-
mentamos que hayan sido las
damas las primeras en dar esta
nota en el campeonato de bas-
ketball.
G. P. PJe.
Azteca ............ 3 0 1.000
Dragones............ 4 1 .800
Granillo ........... 2 2 .500
Frente ............... 6 .00C
El Granillo derrot ayer al
Frente Patritico por pizarra
final de 14-4, para mejorar su
posicin en el estado actual de
la contienda mayor de la Liga
Santa Rita de Baseball.
El Frente parti por delante
en el primer acto al anotar una
carrera, pero en esa misma en-
trada los granllleros marcaron
dos empatai.do los frentistas
en l 2o. acto; loa representan-
tes del Granillo siguieron su
ataque demoledor contra los
envos de G. (Polo) Glvez en
el 2o acto al impulsar Scan-
tlebury 2 carreras con un tri-
ple, la ltima anotacin de los
patriticos fu en la tercera
entrada donde anotaron dos ca
rreras con oportuno doble de
Billy Flyn mientras los polti-
cos trataban de recortar la ven-
taja de los granllleros, stos
alejaban cada vez ms, en el 3a.
acto lograron tres carreras pro-
ducto de 4 lncogibles y en el 6o.
ligaron 5 hits para marcar 6
veces.
G. Herrera con 4-4 I. Delllser
4-3. S. Carrera 4-2, L. Tun
J. Bazn y A. Flyn 3-2 se des-
tacaron.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos
hpicos para maana en Juan
Franco la. Golden Faith...de-
ber imponerse fcil.. .Resorte
el loco puede estirarse; 2a. Ca-
averal... si ahora con el Tan-
que no tumba caa.. .cuando?
Little Lul.. .enemiga que mue-
ve las patas de verdad; 3a.
Opex.por categora debe ga-
narlos. .Fulmine.. .no se ex-
trae que gane; 4a. Peggy...lo
malo aqu es el jinete. ..Miran-
da... la decadencia es muy
grande para la Doa; 5a. The
Bath Road... por categora de-
be ganarse a este lote... Be-
duino (e) la entrada tiene mu-
cha opcin; 6a. Pepsi-Cola...
cantidad y calldai, se Imponen
7a. Fright (e) la entrada de
Luis Rodrguez es de cuidado;
7a. Cyclone Malone... ahora
no tendr contra tiempos...
Fangio...el jinete le quita mu-
cha opcin; 8a. Lacey nos gus-
ta ahora mucho ms que la se-
mana pasada... Rose Hlp (c)
Luis Rodriguez est ahora de
pura entradas y son de cuida-
do; 9a. Bosforo...si su Jinete
quiere puede...El Mago...op-
cin nicamente por monta;
10a Taponazo...nuestro escogi-
do no muy fijo...Tap Gllr.-..el
Jinete...ojo lia. Battling Clod
...es un robo... Choice Bround
place.
Expidi su primer
comunicado la nueva
Comisin de Boxeo
Varios asuntos acord en su
pasada reunin la Comisin de
Boxeo Profesional, y entre ellos
aprob el siguiente Comunica-
do:
COMISIN DE BOXEO
PROFESIONAL DE PANAMA
Comunicado
La Comisin de Boxeo Pro-
fesional de Panam decidi en
su reunin del martes 17 de
julio de 1951, citar a los se-
ores Juan J. Amado J., WU-
fredo Brown, Wllfredo BreW3-
ter, Roy Icaza, Rogelio Pinzn,
y Matty "baby" Menatt, para
la reunin que se celebrar el
prximo martes 24 de los co-
rrientes.
Se' acord en la misma reu-
nin que todos los pugilistas
que tengan que tomar parte en
un programa de boxeo, deben
estar examinados por el mdi-
co de la Comisin, Dr. Alberto
Blssot Jr., por lo menos, una
semana antes del programa.
Los pugilistas que asi no lo be-
gan no podrn tomar parte en
el programa.
Panam, Julio 17 de 1951.
Toms A. Cupas
escretarlo.
Compromisos De Gran Importancia0
Tienen Hoy 6 Equipos En El Basket
Los Medias Blancas Vencen
a Los Yanquis y Volvieron n
a Ocupar El Primer Puesto
oOo
Los Medias Rojas
perdieron en once
entradas por 5-4
oOo
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Los Medias Blancas solo le
batearon cinco hits a Eddle Lo-
pat pero vencieron a los Yan-
quis por 2 a 1, gracias a la
hermtica defensa que malogr
los once hita de los Yanquis a
Howie Hudson, y volvieron al
primer lugar de la Liga Ame-
ricana.
El venezolano Alfonso Crras-
quel comenze la tercera entra-
da de los Medias Blancas con
un sencillo y pas a la segun-
da por pase a Joe Eraut. Un
sacrificio de Judaon los avanzo
Carrasquel anot por fly de Bob
Dilllnger y Frautt por sencillo
de Neliton Fox. Este fu el cul-
pable de la nica carrera de los
Yanquis. Gerry Coleman dl
sencillo y lleg a la tercera por
error de Fox sobre un batazo
de Lopat anotando por roleta
de Gene Woodllng al lanzador.
Los Medias Blancas quedaron
en primer lugar, mientras los
Medias Rojas bajaron al segun-
do, Carrasquel tuvo cuatro outs
tres asistencias y particip en
dos doble plays.
Prximamente!
fe
Los dos conjuntos que falta- Lanzador ganador: S. Agullar.
ron fueron eliminados de la Jus- debutante en la Liga, perdedor |
ta. I G. Glvez.
COMPRE...
TROPIDURA
PROTEJAMOS LA
INDUSTRIA NACIONAL!
Sintonice siempre
JLQL
Red Panamericana
Pepsi Cola Trata De Aumentar
Maana Su Racha De Triunfos
Pr RDEME
El caballo Pepsi Cola se pre-
sentar maana de nuevo dis-
puesto a continuar su racha
de victorias en el programa h-
pico que se celebrar en el Hi-
pdromo Nacional. Pepsi Cola
se batir contra los ejempla-
res de la clase "E" sobre un.'
distancia de 1600 metros.
En la carrera participarn
Fright, Montmartre. Guarlna,
Betn, Hechizo, Delhi, Piragua.
Pepsi Cola, Espartano y High
Mount.
En otra de las pruebas prin-
cipales del programa hipico de
maana se presentarn los equl
nos de la clase "P", entre ios
cuales tenemos a Honey Moon,
Astoria, Haydum, The Bath
Road, Beduino, Gale Force y
Asombro. Escogemos para ga-
nar a The Bath Road.
He aqui nuestros pronsticos:
En la primera carrera escoge-'
mos a Sixaola Golden Faith
para el segundo puesto.
En la segunda carrera Little
Lul debe imponerse. Mlgueli-
to es peligroso.
Sencillo de Dick Kruhoskl en
la octava entrada rompi el
empate en el aervndo Juego y
dl a los Tigres la victoria por
4 en 3 sobre los Atlticos des-
pus que stos hablan ganado
el primer partido por anota-
cin de 5 a 0, gracias a la ac-
tuacin de Morris Martin quien
solo permiti cinco incogibles
Martin no permiti que nadie
le llegara a la tercera y no con-
cedi pase alguno. Fred Hut-
chineon lanz muy bien hasta
la quinta entrada en que con
tres sencillos y un out al cua-
dro le anotaron tres veces. Los
Atlticos anotaron una en la
sptima y otra en/ la novena.
Ambas empujadas por Gus Zer-
nlal.
7090
en su radio!
Beto Avila empuj la carrera
del empate y anot la decisiva
en el Juego en que lis Indios
derrotaron a los Medias Rojas
para tumbarlos del primer lu-
gar de la Liga Americana. El
triunfo de los Indios fu por 5
carreras a 4 en once entradas.
Despus que los Medias Rojal
habian anotado en esa entrada
por Jonrn de Clyde Vollmer,
Bob Lemom abri la entrada
por los Indios bateando como
emergente y conect un doble.
Avanz a la tercera por sacri-
ficio de Early Wynn. Harry
Simpson fu ponchado y todo
pareca asegurado para los Me-
dias Rojas pero entonces Avila
dl su cuarto hit del dia em-
patando el desafio. Sam Chap-
man bate como emergente y
al dar sencillo Avila corriendo
desde la primera anot la ca-
rrera del triunfo. El hroe del
dia fu Avila quien adems tu-
Se celebrar torneo
de polo por la Copa
de las Americas
NUEVA YORK, Julio 20 (UP)
El representante de la Aso-
ciacin de Polo de los Estados
Unidos declar que los planes
para celebrar la "Copa de las
Americas", se realizarn segn
el programa formulado a me-
nos que la Argentina se retire
oficialmente del torneo.
Contestando a los rumores
periodsticos que los planes se-
rian anulados dijo que no han
variado y que el torneo se ce-
lebrar en el mes de septiem-
bre prximo.
Informes periodsticos dicen
que las probabilidades de que
el equipo argentino viniera a
los Estados Unidos eran "esca-
sas" pero el portavoz dijo que
todava hay esperanza y "has-
ta que llegue la contestacin
definitiva di la Argentina se
guiremos adelante con los pla-
nes de celebrar el torneo". Ex-
plic que la aficin al polo sen-
tira mucho que los argentinos
no aparecieran porque cuando
un equipo norteamericano visi-
t a la Argentina el ao pasa-
do los argentinos prometieron'
devolver la visita.
vo once lances sin errores en la
segunda base.
En la tercera carrera Eclipse
se destaca. Politico es de cuida-
do.
En la cuarta carrera Norma
defender nuestro pronstico.
Cosa Linda tiene mucha opcin
En la quinta carrera escoge-
mos a The Bath Road. Asombro
para el segundo lugar.
En la, sexta carrera Pepsi
Cola debe continuar su racha
de triunfos. Para el segundo
puesto escogemos a Montmar-
tre.
En la sptima carrera Fanglo
es nuestro escogido. Cyclone
Malone es el ejemplar peligro-
so.
En la Octava carrera Uncle
James defender nuestro pro-
nstico. Roadmaster tiene mu-
cha opcin.
En la novena carrera Alabar-
da debe imponerse Sun Cherr
para el segundo puesto.
En la dcima carrera Sin Fin
puede dar la sorpresa. Tapo-
nazo es peligroso.
En la undcima carrera Bat-
tling Cloud se destaca. Cholee
Brand es ejemplar de cuidado.
Social Deportiva
Nos complacemos en felicitar
al entusiasta deportista Elias
Moreno por su cumpleaos que
celebra hoy.
E. Moreno es una de las fuer-
tes columnas del Instituto de
Gimnasia y Deportes, ha ildo
campen nacional de Levanta-
miento de Pesas en las cate;o-
ras de Novatos y Junior, y uno
de los decididos propulsores de
este deporte.
Suecfa clasific
para los finales
de la Copa Davis
SUECIA, Julio 20 (UP)
Suesla que ya se haba clasifi-
cado para el final de la ona de
Europa por el torneo de la Co-
pa Davis al ganar el semifinal
a las Filipinas en los tres pri-
meros partidos venci ayer en
los dos; ltimos lndlvlduale.3.
Lennart Bergelin venci a *e-
Utsjmo Ampn y Ydseven Da-
vidson a Raimundo Deyro.
El Juego entre los Senadores
y los Carmelitas del San Luis
qued a favor del San Luis por
9 a 7.
Todos los Juegos de la Liga
Nacional fueron cancelados por
lluvia.
Fuerte 15-Pelimex,
Elela-Panamericana
y Centenario-P. Cola
Son los tres juegos sea-
lados en la Menor
Basketball de 2a. Categora
Provincia de Panam
Circuito Masculino
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Grupo "Gringo de la Guardia"
G. r. PJe.
ptica Sosa --------- 1H
Faersa y La ...... 14H
Pellmex ............. I t JM
Cela ................ .
Rebeldes ..........4 3 .75*
Eva Pern........I .428
Fuerte 15............ 1 .1*7
Orion............. 1 .117
Grupo 'Che Villalobos"
Dep. Eleta .........4 1 JM
Barcelona! ........4 1 .SM
Bam Jr............4 1 JM
Centenario ........I t .SM
Pepsicola ..........i > JM
Rodelag ...........t S .4M
Panamericano ....... 1 3 JM
I.efevre ...........1 4 JM
Madurito ..........1 4 JM
Juegos de esta noche
Fuerte IS vs Pellmex
6.49 p.m.
C. Eleta va Panamericana
7.30 pj\.
Pepsicola vs Centenaria
3.45 p.m.
Juego de Maana
ptica Sosa va F. y Las
-------Por BETO TEJADA
La contienda menor del bas-
ketball masculino prosigue esta
noche en el Gimnasio Nacional
con tres importantes desafios.
En el primer turno de la noche
el Pellmex buscar la manera
de lograr el triunfo y mantener
su opcin a la serle final.
En el segundo juego el Eleta
se colocar a un paso de su
clasificacin final, si logra su-
perar al conjunto Sastrera Pa-
namericana quien con una de-
rrota quedar eliminado. En el
ltimo Juego miden fuerzan
Pepsicola y Centenario, dos
equipos de lneas parejas, que
lucharn a todo trance por 11-
grar el derecho de Ir a la eta-
pa final maana deben Jugar
ptica So y Fuer.a y Luz,
equipos stos que estn invictos
jugando el Martes Rodela* va
Madurito; LefevreBarcelona;
Pellmex vs Pern.
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
EN VENTA:
LLANTAS 525/550 x 18 475/500 x 19.
TUBOS DE SEGURIDAD 600 x 16; 650 x
15; 700 x 15 a B/. 6.00 e/u.
RADIOS 1951 para DeSoto, Dodge y Ply-
mouth.
AGENCIA DODGE
Telfono: 2-1704
Cruce del Tlvoll
CARRERAS SBADO y DOMINGO
LETAS ZI ^ EN EL m dlBTfoi I II IT IIVI IT I
DUPLETAS
la. y 2a. 6a. y 7a.
CARRERAS
ONE TWO
3a. 9a.
CARRERAS
COLON:
Para la comodidad de
nuestra clientela opera*
mos ahora tanto en el
"COPACABANA" como
en el "SAVOY".
iiixj-
'r&cd'WU de fjuan fianco
QUINIELAS
4a. y 8a. CARRERAS
PROHIBIDA LA ENTRADA
DE MENORES AL HIPDROMO
EVENTO ESTELAR DEL SBADO
6a. Carrera "E" Importados 1 Milla
Premio: B 550.00 Pool Closes: 3:35 p.m.
PRIMERA CARRERA DE LA DUPLETA
1. (FRIGHT.................J. Phillips 107
2. (MONTMARTRE.......\...... A. Soto 110
3. GVAR1NA ................. F. Rose 110
4. BETVN...................A. Basan 115
5. HECHIZO...............G. Sanche* 120
6. DELHI.................. V. Castillo 114 <*
7. PIRAGUA ................R. Gome 110
8. PEPSICOLA ............... A. Mena 109x
9. ESPARTANO ............... J. Rui* 110
10. HIGH MOUNT.............R. Yca*a lOlx
EVENTOS PRINCIPALES PARA EL DOMINGO
6a. Carrera "D" Importados &A Fgs.
5a. Carrera "C" Importados 7 Fgs
- Premio: B/ 650.00 Pool Cierra: 2:55 p.m.
GRIS.....................A. Soto 112
CURACA.................K. Flores 116
ALTO ALEGRE...........G. Sanche* 120
MR. FOOT...............B. Moreno
PAMPHLET ...............G. Alfaro
CHERIBERIBIN............B. Pulido
FAIR CHANCE........... B. Aguirre
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
110
120
114
110
Premoi: B 600.00 Pool Cierra: 3:35 p.m.
PRIMERA CARRERA DE LA DUPLETA
1. (GORSEWOOD............G. Prescott 115
2. (THE DAUBER............B. Moreno 112
3. (RIDING EAST.............A. Bomn 112
4. TROPICANA.............B. Aguirre 112
5. MOSQUETON...............A. Soto %16
6. RONDINELLA....... .......C. Lino 112
7. MILROS .................. A. Mena 103x
8. WILD WIRE............/ Rodrigue* 120
9. GALANTE II ............ G. Sanche* 110
i. i i '
>


VIERNES, JULIO 20, 1951

EX PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINE NUEVE
'PROFESIONAL LICEO Y ARTES DEFIENDEN
MAANA SU INVICTO EN EL VOLLEYBALL
NATURAL DE RODILLAS
Este vistoso pase natural con
una rrdilla en tierra es poco
usado en la lidia taurina pero
es-de muy buena acogida entre
el 'pblico aficionado ya que es
uno de los pases que ha inmor-
talizado al gran torero reri-
montano Lorenzo Gana. *f
muy frecuente ver que en toros
de "Bandera" este valiente mu-
letazo salta a relucir en el re-
pertorio del matador, pero nun-
ca, podemos asegurar, se ha
visto mejor ejecutado por al-
guna mano torera que por la
del "Magnifico" que antes men-
cionamos.
Este pase se realiza con la
mano izquierda y con una ro-
dilla en tierra como aparece en
dibujo que acompaa esta re-
lacin taurina, pero resulta
mis expuesta por algunos de
los que se hacen de rodillas.
Cabe mencionar que el toro
"Amapola", de la ganadera de
Piedras Negras, fu un toro de
"Bandera", en el cual, Lorenzo
Garza, hizo una, de las mejo-
res faenas de moleta que se
hayan visto en muchos aos
en alguna plata taurina, y que
en ese mismo toro lit una se-
rie de "Naturales de Rodillas"
que le merecieron las palmas
y como consecuencia al toro le
fu otorgado el Indulto, que es
muy raro en los tiempos actua-
les, pues la Autoridad es muy
tirante para dictaminar que un
toro es de "Bandera*'.
. La faena de Lorenzo Garza
con "Amapola", fu vista en la
"Plaza de Toros" de Mxico en
el ao 1933, y ha sido una de
las ms completas que se han
visto en dicha plasa.
El ptica Sosa se adjudic anoche la
la. vuelta del basketball de Catedral
El ptica Sosa se adjudic la Desde el primer cuarto de
primera vuelta del campeonato
de Baloncesto de la Liga de'Ca-
tedral al derrotar anoche en el
Gimnasio del Marann ante
una gran concurrencia al Don
eco por 57 a 48, en el juego
extra para decidir esa rueda
del torneo.
El reciente viaje efectuado
por Dewey al Oriente revela
que an cree en el triunfo
Por RAY BOKST pasado que no aceptarla nueva-
CON EL GOBERNADOR DE-1 mente la postulacin para go-
WEY EW JAPN, Julio 20 (EPS) bernador de Nueva Pork y que
La visita del gobernador De-1 respaldara la candidatura del
wey al Lejano Oriente ha dis-1 vicegobernador Joe D. Handley.
Se resolvieron por
decisin las 5 peleas
amateurs de anoche
Por 8. DARKINS
Ante escasa concurrencia se
present anoche el Programa
de Boxeo Amateur en el Gim-
nasio Nacional con cinco pe-
leas que resultaron movidas e
Interesantes.
En el primer encuentro de la
noche Ricardo Brathwaite ven-
ci por puntos a Horado Ram-
sey. Alberto Lem en pelea muy
movida le gan una estrecha
decisin a Juan Chacn. Luis
Hart al recibir un cabezazo en
el segundo asalto de su pelea
contra Roberto Taylor fu de-
clarado vencedor por tener a su
haber la mayor cantidad de
puntos. Clifton Innis decidi el
encuentro a su favor venciendo
a Roberto Diaz, y en la pelea
de la noche, Chico Anderson
volvi a reafirmar su clase ven
clendo a Leo Johnson.
Los pgiles Rly Lanford Ela-
dio Magallanes, John Burns y
L. Maynard fueron suspendidos
por el resto del ao por no pre
sentarse a cumplir compromisos
contraidos con anterioridad, sin
ninguna causa que justificara
su ausencia, alegndose que s-
to se debi a consejos de Ceci-
lio Callnder, ya que este se-
or manifest el jueves de la
pasada semana que hara lo po-
sible para que dichos pgiles
amateurs no se presentaron a
pelear anoche.
COCTEL DEPORTIVO
Ouesto el escenario para tres
nportantes acontecimientos en
la poltica norteamericana:
1.Tiene an aspiraciones
presidenciales.
2.Cree en que est brxlmo
el momento en que se le reco-
nozca como dirigente mundial
de asuntos internacionales.
3.Bajo ninguna circunstan-
cia aceptarla la secretaria de
Juego, el Sosa demostr supe-
rioridad sobre los pibes del e-
co, que anoche jugaron un po-
co' desconcertados.
Los ganadores recibieron un
bello trofeo al terminar el Jue-
go, donado por Don Toms Ga-
briel Duque. Sobresalieron Baby
de Urriola con 22 puntos, Zuble
ta con 18 y Ricardo Pezet con
10. Por los pticos Blas Cells
con 14, Roberto de la Guardia
con 11 fueron los dos mayores
anotadores del Don eco.
El juego por tiempos fu:
ptica Sosa
Don eco
IB
17
26
24
48
34
No ha sido acordado
encuentro entre Kid
Gaviln y Graziano
NUEVA YORK, Julio 20 (UP)
Fernando Balido manager del
campen mundial peso welter,
Kid Gaviln declar a la Pren-
sa Unida que es errneo lo -pu-
blicado por otra agencia de no-
ticias que l haya declarado
que Gaviln re enfrentar i
Rocke Graziano en el Stadium
de Chicago el 5 de Septiembre.
Aclar que al preguntrsele
si le agradaba un encuentro en-
tre Gaviln y Graziano en Chi-
cago contest que no tendra
inconveniente en que Gaviln
peleara contra Graziano en
Chicago o cualquier otra ciudad
que el Club Internacional de
Boxeo determinar, si las con-
diciones le fueran gratas pero
que en forma alguna ha men-
cionado la ciudad y fecha de
dicho encuentro o que el mismo
hubiese sido acordado.
Sin embargo, poco antes de la
asamblea estatal, el cuadro po-
ltico cambi totalmente; el se-
or Handley retir sus aspira-
ciones y el seor Dewey accedi
a aceptar a postulacin.
La sbita decisin del gober-
nador el mes pasado de visitar
el Oriente y proyectarse en la
escena internacional, ha dado
lugar a- la conjetura de que
poco antes de la asamblea na-
Estado en el gabinete de Tru- I clonal republicana de 1652 pue-
man si renuncia el secretarlo de producirse una situacin si-
Dean Ache6on.
El gobernador Dewey no tiene
Intenciones de convertirse en as-
pirante activo a la postulacin
presidencial por el Partido Re-
publicano el ao entrante.
Pero no ser l quien desa-
liente alguna campaa que se
haga por obtener el respaldo de
delegados con anterioridad a la
asamblea nacional de 1952.
Est preparado a tomar la
Iniciativa en favor de la postu-
lacin del general Eisenhower,
peros-si el General mantiene su
posicin alejada de toda aspi-
racin poltica, los 96 delegados
por el estado de Nueva York
votarn en favor de Dewey en
el primer pase de lista.
El seo Dewey se da cuenta
de que slo un milagro poltico
le conquistarla la tercera pos-
tulacin consecutiva el ao pr-
ximo, pero esto no marchitar
sus aspiraciones presidenciales.
La esperanza es eterna y si el
partido se decide por Elsenho-
wer o por el Senador Taft el
afip que viene, siempre queda la
perspectiva del ao 1958.
El seor Dewey dijo el ao
Prximamente!
Sintonice siempre
HOA
Red Panamericana
'J090
en su radio!
mllar a la que se produjo en
el estado de Nueva York el ao
pasado, si el general Elsenhower
declina, en el ltima instante,
el aceptar la candidatura presi-
dencial.
Tal giro de los acontecimien-
tos abrirla las puertas a Dewey
para convertirse en aspirante
pesldencial activo de la noche
a la maana, en la esperanza
de que los ausplcladores de la
candidatura de Eisenhower se
pasen a su campo.
Se ha dicho que el seor
Dewey estuvo haciendo fintas
polticas cuando anunol el ve-
rano pasado que apoyara al ge-
neral Eisenhower como ban-
dera de triunfo del partido en
1952. Al declararse partidario
de Eisenhower cuando lo hizo
provoc una situacin hbil-
mente planeada o no en vir-
tud de la cual no tendra ne-
cesidad de hacerse aspirante
activo con anterioridad a la
convencin nacional de su par-
tido.
El Gobernador ha declarado
repetidamente en le curso de
este viaje que no aspira a la
postulacin, el ao prximo y
que favorece el general Elsen-
hower, pero ha negado el que
siga teniendo aspiraciones pre-
sidenciales.
Por SCOOPIO
Iniciamos hoy esta columna
con el firme propsito de coo-
perar con nuestro grano de are
na a l causa deportiva y lle-
vado por el entusiasmo y cari-
o que tenemos por el Depor-
te. Daremos informaciones y
trataremos los asuntos que con-
sideramos de inters para los
aficionados y lectores, tanto
del deporte nacional como del
extranjero en forma correcta y
sincera, y contando con la ve-
nia del Redactor Jefe de "esta
Pgina, que gentilmente nos ha
permitido un espacio en tu sec-
cin, damos comienzo a nues-
tra colaboracin. \
La Federacin Nacional de
Ftbol debe tomar muy en cuen
ta el desaira que .tuvieron las
Autoridades y la Prensa Depor-
tiva de El Salvador con nuestro
pasado Campeonato Centro-
americano de Ftbol, al boico-
tear dicho Torneo con la noti-
cia infantil de que no -concu-
rriran por que en Panam
haba Polio a Granel. Por nues-
tro orgullo y acrecentado pres-
tigio deportivc la Federacin
Nacional, debera tomar cartas
serias en este asunto, para que
Panam no asista a Jas Fiestas
Agostizas de ese hermano pas.
Escogemos a los Yankees de
Nueva York para marcar de
nuevo los ganadores del "Pen-
nant" de la Liga Americana,
por el fuerte batting, Juego de
conjunto -y fildeo, agregando ia
atinada seleccin de pitching
del viejo zorro,. Casey Stengel.
Hay que recordar que el fam-
blo de temperatura har surgir
de nuevo a la viejas estrellas
de ese Club, quienes harn que
el Club consiga su paso firm
a la consecucin del Campeona-
to de la Liga Americana.El
A decir verdad, en Jos meses i t'empo lo dir.Y a esperar la
recientes han. estado llegando Serie Mundial.
noticias al Gobernador de que
entre los republicanos de Iowa.
Nebraska y varios estados del
Medio Oeste est creciendo la
inclinacin a favorecerlo como
candidato presidencial en 1952.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
En manos de la Federacin
Nacional de Basketball reposa
una Invitacin de ciudad de
Mxico,-hecha por el tenor Vi-
cente Jimnez, para que la Se-
leccin Nacional de basketball
efecte varios partidos en M-
xico.Las condiciones estlpula-
dan la presentacin de las co-
nocidas Adelitas en la ciudad
de Panam con nuestros me-
jores conjuntos femeninos.La
fecha de est intercambio de-
portivo lo anunciaremos opor-
tunamente.
La liga de Basketball
acordar esta noche
importantes medidas
La Liga Provincial de Basket
ball, celebrar esta noche a la'
7.00 en el Gimnasio Nacional
una Importante reunin y a la
cual se requiere la asistencia
de los representantes de los
equ'pos de la mayor masculina
y menina y en especialidad
la de los equipos Daar y
Operten.
La Liga en su reunin -de es-
ta noche tomar medidas con-
tra los actos Indisciplinarlos
ocurridos el mircoles pasado
en el Gimnasio Nacional.
Se ruega la puntual asisten-
cia de los directores Sarasque-
ta, Gorrichtegui, Tejada, Ros,
Muoz, e llueca y de los repre-
sentantes de los equipos, Bam.
Mauricio, Chesterfield, Carta
Vieja, Madurlto, Operten, Malta
Vigor, Daar y Sastrera Crde-
nas.
Dos juegos de las
damas y 2 masculinos
ofrecer la justa
Los cuatro interesantes par-
tidos que presentar maana la
Justa Intercoleglal de Volleyot.il
en el Gimnasio Nacional, estar
a cargo de los equipos:
Profesional va. IPA
8 a.m.
Liceo vs. Instituto Nacional
de la rama femenina
Profesional vs. Instituto
Artes vs. IPA
del circuito masculino
: En los partidos de las daml-
tas tenemos que las profesloi.a-
llstas y licestas defendern su
invicto mientras que las Insti-
tutoras y las muchachas del
Panamericano lucharn para
entrar en la columna de gana-
doras.
En los juegos de los varones
tambin tenemos que profwio-
nallstas y. artesanos Jugarn por
continuar invicto en la Justa,
en tanto que sus rivales del Ins-
tituto Nacional y del Panamsrl-
cano se empearn en obtener
su primera victoria y mejorcr
su opcin al Campeonato.
Todos los equipos se encuen-
tran bien acondicionados y con
si's lineas completas esperndo-
te cuatro cojetoa reidos.
BOLICHE
Por CHIRCA
PRONSTICOS
Por ONE-TWO KID
1Golden Faith 8ixaola
2Caaveral Little Lul
3Fulmine Eclipse
4Peggy El Indio
5Asombro The Bath Road
8Espartano Betn
7Cyclone Malone Fanglo
8Rose Hlp (e) Lacey
9Levadura Sun Cheer
10Taponazo Volador
11Battling cloud Ch. Brand
Habindose cerrado las ins-
cripciones para el torneo "Jant-
zen" con los equipos Caf Du-
ran, Importadora Selecta, Flan
Royal, Entrometidos, Pinocho,
ptica Sosa, Taller Sousa, Phi-
lip Morris, Teatro Tropical y
Ron Chegres, la Directiva se
reuni para elaborar el calen-
darlo, tocndole abrir fuegos
al equipo campen del torneo
pasado, Importadora Selecta,
contra el Caf Duran.
En las canchas de la Martlnz
se ve todos los das gran movi-
miento, especialmente entre los
jugadores novatos quienes pof
regla deben jugar un mnimo
diez lineas para poder saca
promedio. Se le recuerda a aque
los que an no lo han hecho
que lo realicen cuanto antes.
Todava no hemos visto un
llamado a reunin por parte del
Presidente de la Comisin Na-
cional de Boliche, Sr. Rene Es-
trlpeaut. Ponemos esta colum-
na a las rdenes del Presiden-
te de la Comisin para que ha-
ga un llamado a todos los co-
misionados a una reunin ya
que hay mucho que hacer por
este nuevo deporte en nuestro
medio.
Se le pide al capitn del
equipo "Ron Chagres" tenga la
bondad de ponerse en contacto
con el Secretarlo del Torneo
Jantzen" flr.Jos Pnula, pa-.
ra tratar asuntos relacionados
con su lnscripln en el torneo.
Retirado un conjunto
del Circuito Menor en
el Basket Provincial
La Liga Provincial de Basket-
ball de Panam en su ltima
reunin acord retirar al equipo
Elisa Barrera, o sea el mismo
que Jugaba con el nombre de
Alemn Jr. o Transistmlca, del
circuito menor, por no haberse
ajustado dicho equipo a los re-
quisitos exigldps por la Liga pa-
ra poder seguir tomando parte
en el torneo menor Provincial.
Como Usted Puede
Cobrar Nievo Vigor y
Enriquecer La Sangre
en aana arta aaibranUdael m atante
'im,Jfl *** * de iMomnio a. h.
)lo la Ml ill el no tiene apetitogated
aaoaava FEIUUZAN. Y le Decanta ato ptr
ida da teirnpo.
Mucha, enea aa aAV 1 die ueted ateta U
alawaaay aja amia lo Dotan- La derualv
al laiMaj miad atonte realmente la incita-
Maj a aaaaar. aaa aarvfee a ealatanai trabajo
aalaaaoaaaaaacily puada dormir profunda-
. . l a* Maxtano.
Maitana llanda a
rattauror ol ctala
taevida d, tarima y
lubricacin natura-
Uial equilibrio
adecuadoya fea el
curta groeoeo, normal o
retaco. Un rorro cuatla
poco. Prubelacoate
crema de noche.
x'icnu
MEXSANA
(MOIKNIE BALSMICA
IMBFUFCtORA
LA MUGRE SE DISUELVE
- ANTE LA MAGIA DE
SAPGLIO
IN PAIS O IN POLVO
iA y ctetela naai M aeeve
Wele.eeiaalaweiaalaaiiiiliaiti.earlect
BafV Bf*)1*! #) pNVPMMr HMJH*(*>*, NS*JJMMh>
Rejuvenecimiento De Las Glndulas
yRenovadnDelVIgorSInOperadn
84, aa alate arematorameate
Jor padece de debilidad aerrfoea,
ttrabrml o corporal, hallar nuera Mi.
"ft? r H** deecubrimlento
"*"*< Merlona que reaten al t1-
or de la Juventud y la vitalidad con
Mjrer rpida croe una operacin
Itendolar. Ee un eenclllo tratamiento
ere en forana de tabletea, deaen-
fcierto per ua mdico americano. Fcil
* *9>aV. Oara, directamente eobre
f laadalae. narrloa j orcanoa rl-
**'%./ * efeetoe sea tan rptdoe
*"pe- Pede notar y eerrtlr asa nae-
I rearan y ria-or aa eorto tiempo. De-
a acoten aatoral aobre lea
teadnlaa r arete*, ene facultada
Bate narro y
glandular, u
tawtlaerlot
reate tirador (Undular, "rif~#- Ver-
, aa (ido enaeyado y prebadopot
mllea de pereona* en loe Eatedoe nl-
doe,y ahora ae rende anu aa toda
toa farmaclaa y botica, tonaura hoy
miento tableta. Varko, aoanttela a
ana preeha y onaerre la enorme me-
jora na experimente prontamente.
Tome aa rraaco eo*ipleto. que den
y vitalidad y har aeud.ee atenta
Soa aaa Joven. Oa fraaee de a
de
Varko S-
BATEADORES DE CALIBRE. Stanley Musa!, a la izquierda, de los Cardenales. Richie
Ashburn, de los Phillies, y Alvln Dark, han sido los primeros bateadores en conectar cien
hits en esta temporada. Stan Musial est bateando un porcentaje de .369, Ashburn con .355
y Dark con .319.
El doble de maana en el bisbol menor
de la Uga de Santa Rita estar a cargo
de Barriada Scarlet y Eleta-Granillo Jr
Maana sbado vuelve el
Circuito Menor de la Liga de
Baseball de Santa Rita a pre-
sentar su acostumbrado doble,
en los cuales Intervienen las
novenas Dep. Scarlets vs Ba-
rriada a las 1.00 p.m. y 18 mi-
nutos despus de finalizado es-
te encuentro se medirn Dep.
Eleta vs Granillo Jr. en el cua-
dro del Estadio Olmpico.
Scarlets y Barriada son equi-
pos formados en su mayora
por jugadores de las afueras
quienes siempre han brindado
buenos encuentros en la pre-
sente campaa. El Dep. Carlos
Eleta es el conjunto ms nuevo
de la justa encontrndose entre
los primeros por su espritu de
lucha y consagracin; el Grani-
llo Jr. es la novena a vencer
en la justa por contar con ju-
gadores experimentados de la
Liga Dlstritorlal, con todo se
encuentra en el stano de la
contienda por su psima direc-
cin.
Ambos partidos prometen re-
sultar interesantes.
Red Panamericana
tiene los
meores programas
PROLONGUE
DE SU AUTOMVIL
:Sffll^*ls
7? rf^
-;v.V.
lubricndolo
cot regularidad
Pert recuerde que un simple "engrase" no protege
su automvil debidamente contra el desgaste
prematuro. Todas las estaciones de servicio, que
ostentan el valo ESSO, estn provistas de guia*
de lubricacin que indican a los engrasadores la
clase exacta de lubrieacin que su modelo de
automvil requiere. Cuando llegue la hora de
"engrasar" au carro, busque el valo ESSO para
obtener una lubricacin especializad,, .j C9mo \0
Indica la Guia fi VENTA EN SU EITMIHM KIV1CI0 El SO
Ofrecern exhibiciones
los luchadores en
Romar el domingo
La Asociacin Nacional de Lu-
chadores continuando en su
campaa de divulgacin de la
Lucha, ofrecer exhibiciones el
domingo 29 en Rlomar, y con
este motivo para que asista el
mayor nmero posible de sodas
y aficionados a esta actividad,
ha organizado un paseo para ia
fecha mencionada.
Debido a esto la Asociacin
tendr esta noche a las 7 y 30
una reunin en el Coliseo da
Lucna, para la que se pide pun
tual asistencia o todos lo
miembros-
ACfiON
mmnm
con Vtalis I
Friccinese vigorosamente la ca-
beza con VITALIS durante 60 se-
gundos y penese bien. En esta
forma, adems, se previene la se-
quedad, i Hgalo: Usted notara la
diferencia!
ALPEIQ!
. . Penese con VITALIS. I Da
veras!, porque VITALIS imparta
a su pelo sedosa suavidad y brillo
reluciente, sin engrasarlo. VITA-
LIS lo conserva en su sitio durante
todo el da. Use VITALIS y causa
mayor admiracin 1
ptf oue su
C48UOMZe*u
rttttM
weVitalis
NUE0! /!/o
prefieren un
VIT4LIS
CREMA FAR4 CABiLlO
Lo fija y le o t
srscro PtsriNGuiPo
NO .. NO


rAO">A DE2
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VIERNES, JULIO 20, 1951
RADIO PANAMERICANA presenta
t i L;n Q. quero
dramatlzacion, cortesa de
Avena Quaker
:45 Cuarteto Mayo
dirfge Rene Santos
tjM Noticiero Pereira
-a^H Dedicatorias
5:15 Ornaval de ritmos
Orquesta Armando Boza
5:45 Drcula, El Hombre V
Vampiro
dramatlzacion RPA
6:M Vibraciones del Aire
Sor Nacho Valds
erima, la Cancionera
Sentimental

catta
HOY
GRANDIOSA FUNCIN
idas: 3, 5:08, 6:55. 8 I) p.m. CINE TEATRAL!
QdL^i^M
\UN MOJtfo/
:
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i
Piolijonmdi por
RONALD MANA
REAGAN LYNN
WALTER SLEZAK JESSE WHITE
(* velejen* t icv mum * moaeeoeeov ***<%/ *^0
** ee worn tul new* mivou unmiiiowi
I-
-EN ESCENA:.
ATRACCIN ESPECIAL A LAS 8:30 P.M.
w
EL PROFESOR DILMER"
Prestidigitador -- Humorista -- Ventrlocuo
ESPECTCULO FINO Y ENTRETENIDO!
PRECIOS POPULARES: 0.60 -- 0.30
8:30
6:45
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1:15
7:80
7:45
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8:15
8:30
8:45
9:00
1:15
9:38
18:00
10:15
10:30
11:00
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12:00
Suceso* de la Humanidad
dramatlzacion RPA
Sos Canciones Preferidas
Flavio Oarcia, cortesa de
Floristera Valvn
Solos de rgano
con Lucho Muoz
Lasos de Odio
dramatlzacion, cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel
Pginas de Amor
dramatlzacion, cortesa de
El guila Imperial
La Vos Emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
El Diario de una Mujer
dramatlzacion, cortesa de
almacenes La Aurora
En Vos Baja
con Anlta Villalaz
cortesa de la mueblera
La Europea
Msica espaola
Acordes porteos
Mujeres Entre Rejas
dramatlzacion, cortesa de
Casa Angelinl
Serenata de las Americas
con Sola y Gmez
Cort. del Bazar Panam
El Hit Musical de Hoy
Los Panamericanos
Francia y su msica
Dramatlzacion BBC
El Cancionero Nocturnal
Msica sin palabras
Buenas noches
MAANA SBADO
A.M.
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
815 La discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los Astros
con Antlnea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 Clasificados del aire
9 30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
HOflL
LOS BRASSIERES Y FAJAS
El secreto de loi brasileras y
fajas PROFILE esta en la posicin
de sus piezas intercaladas
de nylon elstico, las queen
los brassieresembellecen
y alzan delicadamente las
curvas del busto, sin arrugarse
... yen las fajacien
cmodamente la cintura y
adelgazan las caderas.
HOY RASE!
- con -
SARA GARCIA
.-y-
ANGEL GARASA
- en ~
LAVMl
Y La Pareja Romntica:
GUSTAVO ROJO
CARMELITA GONZALEZ
Una Mujer Temible porque
dice siempre la Verdad!...
S. A.
Felim B. M.auro
Che M.r,ot
Le VIH. i. Perla
Mella'e (Pneme Celen)
Afete*! Irvine Zape Ce. S
De Venta eal
INTERIOR: Ofelia da Navarre (David)
Hermvlinda Calvo (Aguadulce)
Catoan S. A. (Lai Tabla)
Variedad (Chltrt)
A. Tal. 2-2835 Panama
No tiene ms amigo que
Dios, ni ms pariente que
un perro!...
CLARA!...
CLARSIMA!...
CLARIDOSA... es
DOA CLARINES!
z:
GUIA de HOTELES en los ESTADOS UNIDOS
NIW YORK CITY, NIW YORK
HOTEL PICCADILLY, n. w 45 at TIbbm IfMii Cart el harktftlltf Can-
tar. tMlroa f tlomtlu principo,!** Coa-
v-aelanta a totea 1m dio* da trmiuporu
ota. enotfamo, ac euarioa. todaa eoo ba-
le r radio Talarlalos Dapto. bpafiol
Ewataola racUuran'a an al BoUI Coffaa
abov para aao.yt!nr; pira alrauario. cm-
mid*, can j Cocktail Hour, a) I
FICCADIIXT CIRCUtt LOUNOI OOP
tria 4a mrtlataa aicapcionalaa.
HOTEL BRETTON HAI.L. BraUe
W 60 Se. SiCte *..1...w. eSUMeOelOII / >.-
alfcua. al pa al kUial. Oearanlaala a laa
Kaclooaa UaMaj Curtai coa bado. ano par-
MM. aaaa U*|V. S. 9. TuiMaa aptoa
P mam aceto. Cabla "Iratonal Maw York".
HOTEL GOVERNOR "CLINTON,
, ireoie e Peoujlreeia utsoo. ao al co-
reada de lea aaSMI leatralee f compita
ISte eebliaeaaei en tese erteeee. radia,
fea ooerleote aalaaa. SHV1DO Freelce
deeee HN ... r NO extreal laiplaeloe e>
aisle eaaeaaeia se eSeeeafe sweasselseeMe.
HOTEI. ROBERT nn.TOV. 311
TI it laear magullo da amblante familiar
OaetraleuBte eMeadn. Cuartea aip.ioa. ba-
ldeme aaaaaailaa aa anee, lea ear. laaai-
et 1 HHiles atete M%. Da,. BeeeSel
e earaaSr. Menaea Petteet. CaklatrafUr
POlTOSSOTU. Tal, TSI l-iees. Aace. eae
Mleln Ceaearea. Part 7laa. r atoanae.
HO AfT. HOTEL, lie t. a> Breadvu
ene el MSSICAI. cson-S*. Be el eee-
tre da le eeeele aiejiea Aetea l s
nanee esa eseesii r eefta eriraaw vnm
a. Dei. II. Preclea leaaaealia
eafielaaai. Se aatee eapeftei.
tLColumbia, ww
VI
Xale Cltj, le
Ave. aeeaellea (I DeeSaa an Ma per ee-
mana BBPSCIAt, 21. Oratla. eeerlae per
Pelt a aleara Tara. Se aeeaa aaealaL
KNICKXRBOCKtR, u w.
at t. aatre Ara a laa Aeurlaaa j Braad-
17. aa al eaceiea de Thiaa ware.
Smafellar Oaanr. MeHn j teetrea avin-
ete eaerlee eea radia / ease
tanta. TeaavIHe uriaeil eeaUlaa DI
II te DeMea u II se PneeaaM. pra-
eta aaeaaUl. OeMeraa, aeKairaau r Oeet-
E
HOTEL VANDCBBILT,
' as. laniieiee es el eaaera
Bvien,
fieneii. Caartoa
I Dobl
ilen tea para
esre nmillilaeili
Part An M
de le aseaeat
eVIMIeBtLY, IMnai.
Plllieal latina Cuartal eea eae t
la Tieieteil
Jssaav
THE SXJTTON HOTEL, ise . m st
Carca da laa Naelocoa Dnldaa Tranquilo,
modfrno. Coalna aicalanta, radio, ta'arnion.
aira acondicionado Piaclna rratli fUneilloi
deada USI3 50 Aptoa daada t'8ll M Pre-
cio! aemanalaa r renaualaa, aspaelalaa .8*
habla aapaflol. Cabla "Sutlonottrl".
HOTEL HENKY HUDSON, SU w ti
St.. carea da Tlmaa guara Conveniente
pera Sedal termnala!, ninaportaa, Irir-
ionaa. tltndal. Il Avi 130C cuartea eco
bato tnclllce nada | 17 01 Talevlalon a habla capono!
HOTEL DALLAS PARK.ui a a. M
t. A es eoedrii dt tunda j tuina Baa-
cllloa oa il. oblea II Apartemlaatoi eea
cocina y aervlelo tJS II i US 14.
HOTEL DIXIR, w u n w-
tu mil ffloderoe an el distrito e Tunee
quera. Todee eurtee aee heAe, lacia,
radio. Smcllloe laadi site Dense laa-
de UN aeertn p,, rm,
folleto. Spenlah Amerlcu Dept
HOTEL BELLECLaSL cuie n j
Breadear e i mlutee de lie pnoeipalee
tlanlaa. tea trae Omaleau i la puerta Kabl-
taclonee eoo bao prlvede: 1 pcraoae ll.-
ie Dea III leerlaananua pere lie.
coa se cocinilla |7-i SiMeene eae an al.
HOTEL EMPIRE, Braadeaj O t A
ene cuadra del Parejee Central, caree di
le Quinta Avenida r lentre de eomprai
MeiaUlaai habltaclonaa amuKilieae. Dae-
de lije eea bono.
HOTEL GREAT NORTHERN, m w
*l M. Cene el Parean Central, teatral.
vlaa de neieileeilea j iMnili en ie-
earal. Oeartae maaeraae lea eaAe erl.alo
Apaitemleetoe a Meet all la, pceetM
letidn per dm. alente e .....
lea. AenMotve cam alec a> Ceekteil Leeaae.
Tareaela eoetna r eenemel de kekla aa-
eedM. Pare nnriieliiii Oeate: -HOaTIl.
Horn." wee Tere. 1
HOTEL PARAMOUNT,
Bear, en el aae-aila de Tlmee enere. II
pteee: Mea hedmalaei imante etroetl-
ve. Caartoe wiliael f aaaeree. een ba-
ria r nene particular, tedie iraue 7
ar aiUde ctrealeote |y la'aui0a
tambleel A eeru limpala e foe e tea-
tres r tiende! prloelpalee. aal eeeno eub-
Urrinae t eaauaoi. Sede del "Diamond
Horaeeeoe" e Blllf Rom. Babltaclocm
sea emu eee 0|lee: obiee dsedi
Lili el Raetaurantae een aire eooadlclo-
Perotel See Tort".
MIAMI. HOIIDA
BCLPORT HOTEL, m a i i at cen-
tralmente eltuaeo Toatoa He euarioa earn
enno, leatfono. radia j aare in lilleleeedl
Talavuuea. Sao-Iba pera raen lactonoc
VIXAIpVSTCHOTrX^leeene Bird.
j CeSe I. Odiaallii. Ideeelflee itenelle al
viajare. Am Han u lataae americana
RITZ HOTEL, Pleiler at Be d eeraaaa
e Klaml caree da lee ren el piinrtmi
a. Se beaie eepeSel.
EL NUEVO CORTEZ frm.U .1 correo.
Habltacloneo een elre acondlclonido. II f
II. BaSo prlrido a hable eepanol
HOTEL LEAMINGTON, nii.iu
t.. centro di Miami Pranti elletnei Ll-
"" *raai r_ Omnlbue Si habla mpaflcl.
MIAMI COLONIAL HOTELTm^n.
Hv a KM 1 Bt.. idlenlo al terminal id-
"* eentrel Aire acondicionado opcional
STRAND HOTEL din i mi i re-
ir r Miami Cerca rmuuranlaa latinen.
etlcuma lineas eereu, Omnlbua Precloe re-
ducido... personal latino.
ALHAMBRA HOTEL, 111 n t.
Se el eenlro de Miami. Moderno 1 Como-
e. tarlie eepestel pera laUno amerleenee.
HOTEL ROBERTS, a w. Pieeter Ti
al aeraadn a Miami Precloa raionabla de
raiaeo jse cuerloa een eaAe
TTTLE HOTEL, 114 s i iT st Mo-
derae. Apt! de 3 j l enertoe.en el cora-
Me de Miami Cerca di laa til
MOTIL SANATOmo. MIAMI. HA.
MIAMI BATTLE CREEK, see curt.
Pert/. Miami prima. Bl Sanatorio mil
fraaee ee Miami para tajee j melore-
mlaase a ee eelud Tide earvWe lela an-
pea-netei melre aerlee eleleeal. inlormei.
MIAMI BIACH. FLORIDA
LA NUEVA JOHNINA. r-i. .1 -.,
Tl Si. CoiMni Air< Moadtrtonado Plva
privada Pladna OookUU Launta Raotaa-
raa**- ts_* mm* Pr paraona. cuarta para 3
HOTO CADILLAC, pmb *.a
Pramta al mar. playa privada Aira urondi-
aaasaaaa Praclaa radueidoa an varaaa
80VE1EI<;N HOTKL.44 it rraHt ai
oeaano. Piacina v piara privada Aira ua
d^Uaarfa Dobito daada OS M
TWIN MQUHTAIHrwrH. "
TWIN MOUNTAIN HOTEL, t.i.
Mcraartaa. R Be at eaatre e lie Mon-
tana! I lancea Sulente eeeSaa Plea Bu-
relo Precloe modlooe Tedie fieiilladee
pere er.ee Inolvleablee raeerlonei eea dee-
canea r recree Pleelne, Ootf. Tenia. Pea-
le. Vlal'.aa dlerlel pee eetobtta atloi e
retiree. Paiiiulaa t elree lainaalaem. Pe-
ra aaieBmectee j
OaVJROa WCaKHS.
OBSEOUIOS: Mipe R. T. Dtracta-
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tado servicios en aquella pen-
ninsula. Pero srn reemplazados
hombre por hombre.
Las dos dlvlslones.de la guar-
dia nacional que fueron envia-
das al Japn no hace mucho
tiempo, probablemente Irn a
la Corea para relevar a los
hombres que han estado pe-
leando durante tantos meses.
De los Estados Unidos se en-
viarn otros reemplazos.
El resultado ser que nues-
tra capacidad combativa no se
ver reducida, en lo ms m-
nimo. Los hombres del Octavo
La actualidad cinematogrfi-
ca mexicana la'sigue ocupan-
do el xito creciente de su
mxima realizacin, la extra-
ordinaria pelcula "En la Palma
de tu Mano". Los famosos pro-
ductores Mler y Brooks estn
recibiendo los parabienes de to-
da la industria por el acierto
con que han coronado la ms
ambiciosa aspiracin del cine
azteca.
Entre las felicitaciones que
estn recibiendo, cabe destacar
algunas, como de ms signifi-
cativa importancia.
La "Asociacin de Producto-
res y Distribuidores de Policu-
las Mexicanas", ha expresado
su felicitacin en las siguientes
palabras: .
"Nuestras felicitaciones por el
esfuerzo que representa la fil-
macin de una pelcula de la
calidad y envergadura de "En
la Palma de tu Mano", mag-
11:00 El Mundo del Vals
11:15 Mambolandla
11:30 Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
11:45 Grandes Intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Serenata espaola
P.M.
12:15 Noticiero "La Hora"
12:30 Intermedio Popular
12:50 La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
Loe. Eduardo Molino
1:00 Estampas mexicanas
1:15 Carrera
1:30 Aires colombianos I
1:45 Carrera.
2:00 Cancionero de la tarde
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera.
niflca produccin que ha sido
seleccionada para participar,
como una manifestacin singu-
lar de la industria filmlca me-
xicana, en el Certamen Inter-
nacional de Venecia".
"La Asociacin Nacional de
Periodistas C1 n e m atograicos
Mexicanos" se ha expresado asi
de la merltsima pelcula:
"Esta agrupacin se honra en
haber patrocinado por unani-
midad la gran cinta "En la Pal-
ma de tu Mano", por tratarse
de una produccin que enaltece
a la cinematografa nacional,
y felicita efusivamente a Pro-
ducciones Mler y Brooks, por
habernos ofrecido con ella una
de las mejores realizaciones de
todos los tiempos, de la: que
los mexicanos debemos sentir-
nos orgullosos".
y, la "Asociacin de Actores
tom el siguiente acuerdo:
"Ante el triunfo indiscutible
de la gran pelcula "En la Pal-
ma de tu Mano", manifiesta
su satisfaccin por el brillante
trabajo desempeado por sus
consocios Arturo de Crdoba,
Leticia Palma, Carmen Montij
y Ramn Oay, a los que feli-
cita, haciendo extensiva esta
felicitacin a la firma produc-
tora "Mler y Brooks".
Por el Comit Ejecutivo,
Jorge Negrete.
Las expresiones de estas tres
destacadas entidades de la ci-
nematografa mexicana prue-
ban los mritos y calidades de
la extraordinaria pelcula a que
nos referimos, y que sealar
toda una poca de superaciones
Arturo de Crdoba y Leticia
Palma en una escena de "En
la Palma de tu Mano".
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SU VIDA ERA UN MISTERIO...
Pues slo viva para la venganza contra los que la
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Zully MORENO Arturo de CORDOVA, en
Mara Montecristo
Ejrcito norteamericano desta-
cado en la Corea conocen ms
la guerra en todas sus faces,
probablemente, que cualquier
otro ejrcito de nuestra histo-
ria.
Aquellos hombres han tenido
que combatir de muchas mane-
ras. Junto a operaciones tan
viejas como las de la guerra
civil, se han desarrollado ope-
raciones muy modernas, Juzga-
das cor el progreso del arte
blico.
Esa experiencia no ha de
desperdiciarse. Los combatien-
tes que regresen a los Estados
Unidos y permanezcan en el
ejrcito, ayudarn a la forma-
cin de cuadros que adiestren
nuevas divisiones y las impar-
tan los conocimientos que ellos
han adquirido.
Si alguna vez tenemos que
combatir directamente a los ru-
sos, la experiencia de nuestras
aguerridas fuerzas servir de
mucho cuando nos enfrentemos
a un ejrcito ruso que se ha
mantenido al margen de todo
desde 1945.
Y una nota final sobre la
Corea: Los Estados Unidos tie-
nen siete divisiones en dicha
pennsula y las mismas hacen
muchsima falta en otros si-
tios, en los Estados Unidos, en
Europa y en el Japn. Las sa-
caremos de la Corea con la ra-
pidez con que lo permita lo se-
guridad. Pero aun despus de
establecida la paz en aquel pas,
cuando ello tenga lugar, es pro-
bable que permanezcan all dos
divisiones norteamericanas du-
rante un plazo bastante largo,
solo para que estn a man en
caso de. que-los comunistas ira-
ten de volver a las andadas.
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