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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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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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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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TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR
FAN AMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JULY XI, 1951
UVE CENTS
(NBA Telephoto)
MISSOURI COMES TO TOWN A rowboat p-arty Inspect* tome of the damage along the
rler Iron' section of St. LouU where sewage mixed with the flood waters to add a new
health menace to the metropolis where the highest flood crest of the century was expected
today.____________________________._______
Reds Beg 5 Days To Think;
Mass Attacking Strength
Balboa Bank Manager
Dies From Bullet Wound
Thomas F. Gregory, 42, man-
ager of the Chase National
Bank's Balboa branch, died at
Oorgas Hospital at 1:20 this af-
ternoon from a bullet wound he
suffered In the abdomen early
Wednesday morning.
Mr. Gregory had been on the
critically 111 list since he under-
went an emergency operation af-
ter he accidentally shot himself
while preparing to clean his .38
revolver.
The bank manager ha* arrived
at his office considerably before
opening time on Wednesday and
at once reached In his desk for
the gun to give it Its dally clean-
ing.
He thought the gun was un-
loaded, but one round remained
In the cylinder, it was discharged
accidentally when he started to
clean the weapon.
Two Janitorsthe only other
Eiersons In the building at the
bnecalled police, who took the
wounded man to the hospital.
Mr. Gregory had been Kept on
the seriously 111 list. His condi-
tion up to this morning was de-
scribed: "As satisfactory as can
be expected." .
He had been a Chase employe
for 25 years, working for the bank
in New York City and Puerto Ri-
co before coming here. He suc-
ceeded Louis Gomez as Balboa
manager three years ago.
Mr. Gregory is survived by his
wife, the former Dorcas WllhelT
mina Thomas, a Canal Zone
schoolteacher, and their three-
month-old daughter.
^N. Y. Tirpes Editorial Flays
Guatemala s Growth Of Reds
The New York Times, in
a recent editorial, flayed
the growth of Communism
In Guatemala and especial-
ly pointed a finger of blame
at Former President Juan .
Jos Arvalo, who passed
through Panama two weeks
ago en route to South Amer-
ica. The Times editorial fol-
lows:
COMMUNISTS IN GUATEMALA
The news from Guatemala re-
mains confusing. Under Former
President Juan Jos Arvalo the
Communists gained influence in
the Government and in the labor
unions. There was hope that the
new President, Col. Jacob Arbena,
inaugurated last March at the
age of 37, would do better. Ins-
tead the left-wingers became in-
creasingly arrogant.
Three weeks ago the president
of Congress, who would succeed
Colonel Arbenz if the latter re-
tired, presided at a frankly Com-
munist celebration held in a
Guatemala City theater in front
of huge pictures of Lenin and
Stalin. This week the Commun-
ists provoked trouble by trying to
drive out the Catholic staff of a
local orphanage. There were an-
tl-CommunUt demonstr a t i o n s
and the police fired into the
crowds, killing three or more per-
sons and injuring a hundred or
more.
Within our own time Guate-
mala has seen a dictatorship
overthrown by revolution. Its
Kpulatlon. at least 75 per cent
dlan, has too often been ex-
ploited by large landowners. The
ercentage of illiteracy is high,
he nominal democracy of the
1945 Constitution has not realiz-
ed, and this failure has given the
Communists their opportunity.
We cannot expect a Maya, living
In an ancestral village high in
the hills, unable to read, cut off
from the main world currents, to
recognize Communism by ins-
LET'S FIGHT
F OR
AMERICANISM
FBI Director
>J. Edgar Hoover tells howj
ALL Americans
{can get In the fight against
Communist fanaticism.
His by-line article is
MUST reading!
in The Panam American
Tomorrow
tinct as Just another system of
slavery.
Guatemala is a country about
as large as Tennessee, with a
population about equal to that
of Brooklyn. Yet because it in-
fluences other Latin-American
countries, because it is on the
route to the Canal Zone, and be-
cause its people appeal to our
humanity It is important to us.
We cannot suppress Commun-
ism there. We can, however, in-
crease our' efforts to convince
the Guatemalans that we are
their friends and that we can
and will help them as the iagtag
and bobtail of hemispheric Reds
cannot. As this week's events
have Indicated, some are already
thus convinced.
Captain Calverl
Is New Deputy CofS
Caribbean Command
Captain Allen P. Calvert, Unit-
ed States Navy, arrived in the
Canal Zone today. He assumes
the position of Deputy Chief of
Staff, Caribbean Command, re-
placing Captain Henry C. John-
son, 11 ited States Navy, who
was recently assigned to Head-
quarters Third Naval District,
New York City, as Chief of
Staff. He was accompanied by
his wife.
Prior to his assignment in the
Canal Zone, Captain Calvert
was Inspector General on the
staff of the Commander of the
Western Sea Frontier, San Fran-
cisco, California.
Captain Calvert has been
awarded the Army Distinguish-
ed Service Medal, the Pacific
Asiatic Theater Ribbon with
seven Battle Stars, the Ameri-
can Theater Ribbon, the Amer-
ican Defense Medal, and the
Occupation Medal.
He attended Carnele Insti-
tute of Technology. Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, in 1919. following
which he attended the United
States Naval Academy at An-
napolLi. Maryland. He graduat-
ed from the Academy in the
Class of 1924. with a Bachelor
of Science Degree. In 1930 and
1931 he attended the Naval
Postgraduate School at Anna-
polls, following which he at-
tended Columbia University,
New York City, In 1932. and ob-
tained a Master of Science De-
gree.
Levees Gone;
River Crest
At St Louis
ST. LOUIS, July 21 (UP) The
Mississippi River flood crest bat-
tered through levees in north St.
Louis County today and swept
down on this metropolitan area
of 1,700,000 persons-
Swollen by flood waters from
the Missouri River, the crest was
expected to reach 40.5 feet here
late today the highest since
1844.
Sewage covers streets in the
waterfront section to a depth of
eight inches. Mayor Joseph M.
Darst has warned aRalnst possi-
ble contamination of drinking
water.
The St. Louis Flood Association
has announced that damage here
may exceed the $9.000.000 mark of
the floods of 1947. Already the
damage has passed $2.000.000.
The flood has covered 2,000,000
acres of land, and driven 518.000
persons from their hornea in
.Kansas and Missouri. acaoj^H
to the Chief of Army BacBMr,
MaJ. Gen. Lewis A. Pick.
Hundreds of families were
routed from bottomland homes
and countless acres of crops went
under the muddy water as the
Missouri, draining off the floods
that have devastated Kansas and
Missouri, surged into the Missis-
sippi with such Impact that the
mighty current of the Mls-
bove the Junction.
But some 200 residents of the
West Alton area stayed with their
homes and farms while the wa-
ter ran from two to 10 feet deep
In their houses.
All but a cross-roads' section of
the town was covered and the
Missouri was cutting; a new chan-
nel north of the communhy to
pour part of Its stream into the
Mississippi at Portage Des Sioux.
Railroads were forced to re-
route some trains through St.
Louis because tracks on the north
side east of Broadway were un-
der water. The Burlington and
the Missouri-Kansas-Texas lines
there and m the Missouri Point
area east of West Alton were out
but other railroads were affected
little here.
Only a single span, the Daniel
Boone bridge at Gumbo, Mo., re-
mained open over the Missouri
River between St. Louis and Kan-
sas City and it was in danger.
Water topping of the Harrison
and Kratz levees in northwest St.
Louis County closed U.S. high-
way 40 bypass at the St. Charles
bride and sent water washing
over more than 5,000 acres.
New Leave Cutting Bill Hits
CZ Armed Services Employes
WASHINGTON, July 21 (UP)
Federal employes of the Pan-
am Canal Zone Government
and the Panama Canal Com-
pany are specifically exempt
from the annual leave reductions
CAB Grants Braniff
Permission To Land
Flights In Miami
WASHINGTON, July 21 (UP)
The Civil Aeronautics Board yes-
terday granted permission to
Braniff Airways to use Miami as
an intermediary point in her
flights to Houston, Havana. Pan-
ama and other Latin American
stops.
At the same time, the Board
ended the temporary agreement
between National Airlines and
Pan-Amtrlcan Grace Airways for
an exchange o equi p m e n t
(planes) and also terminated an
agreement between Pan-Ameri-
can Grace Airways and Pan-
Amrelcan World Airways re-
garding complete flights via La-
tin American routes.
CAB said that the cancellation
of the agreement between Na-
not acta iv affect any change In "",', .*. .,h. .
Petain Sinking Fast:
Recovery Not Expected
ILE DTEU, July 21" (UP)
Doctors attending ex-marshal
Henri Philippe Petain in his
.mail cottage on this bleak
Island said today the condition
of the 95-year-old "traitor of
Vichy" had become very serious,
and that he was sinking fast.
He is not expected to recover.
4 Suicide Attempts
Reported In Panam
Four suicide attempts have
been reported at the National Se-
cret Police office in Panama this
week.
The first was by Judith M. Ten.
a resident of Vista Hermosa. Miss
Ten was rushed unconscious to
Santo Toms Hospital. It was
presumed she had taken a strong
barbiturate.
The same day, Harmodio Guar-
dia Rodrguez was taken to the
hospital for attempting suicide
by cutting his veins.
Later in the afternoon, a man
was rescued off the beach at
Santo Domingo. It is believed he
had attempted suicide by drown-
The last case was Andrea Lewis
Vlllarreal who was taken to the
hospital from her residence on
Central Avenue after drinking a
large amount of a powerful dis-
infectant (Jeyes fluid.)
Thief Cuts Screen
At La Boca Club;
Computer Cone
An adding machine and several
smaller items were stolen early
this morning from the La Boca
Restaurant.
A policeman checking the
building found a screen had been
cut. No arrests have as yet been
made.
not actually affect any change
equipment Between them."
The office also maintained
that none of these agreements
will affect their future decisions
on the question that is now
pending on "direct service be-
tween New York and Balboa."
They added that they propose
to "accelerate the solution to this
question" as rapidly as possible.
Hearings on the question will
begin early in October.
Mrs. Latimer Dies
In Jacksonville
Mrs. John Fletcher Latimer,
who left the Canal Zone in Jan-
uary 1948 when her husband re-
tired from service as a towboat
master, died July 12 In Jackson-
ville. Florida, after a brief illness.
She was 59 years old.
Mrs. Latimer was prominent In
the activities of St. Luke's Cathe-
dral, was a member of the East-
em Star and was active in the
Past Matron's Association.
She was born in New Berlin.
Florida and came to the Isthmus
with her husband in May 1934.
Thev lived in Balboa.
Mr. and Mrs. Latimer have liv-
ed in Jacksonville since his re-
tirement from Canal service.
Besides her husband. Mrs. La-
timer is survived by one son.
John, who also lives In Jackson-
ville.
88 Canal Jobs
Open For Transfer
There are 88 vacant positions
in the Canal organization to
which eligible qualified employes
may transfer, according to the
latest issue of the'transfer-va-
cancy bulletin from the Person-
nel Bureau.
There are 30 classified and re-
lated positions vacant and 58 va-
cant in the craft group.
recently approved by the Sen-
ate.
All other Federal employes In
the Canal Zone, including all
employes of the Armed Services,
are affected by the bill as it
stands. They will have their leave
cut if the bill becomes law.
(Considerable confusion has
arisen among local union offi-
cials and employes as to the in-
terpretation of the Senate mea-
sure. The UP dispatch clarifies
the terms of the bill.
The Bill as a whole was added
by the Senate as an amendment
Rice Being Flown
From Costa Rica
To Fill Shortage
A cargo of 8,000 pounds of rice
will arrive tomorrow morning at
Tocumen to relieve in part the
rice shortage that continues in
Panam.
Arrangements for the shipment
from Costa Rica were made by
Panama's Foreign Minister and
the Banco Agropecuario.
It is possible also that several
flights will be made tomorrow to
quantity of this
Late in June, when the short-
age of rice became apparent,
hasty arrangements were made
with Nicaragua to forward a
large order as soon as possible.
However these shipments never
arrived.
The 8,000-pound shipment is
arriving via a plane of TACA Air-
lines of Costa Rica.
Byron Paine Gels
Hero Son's DSC
In US Ceremonies
Captain Byron H. Paine, for-
mer Canal pilot, recently accept-
ed for his son. the late Sergeant
Oeorge H. Paine, the Distin-
guished Service Cross, awarded
posthumously in fosmal ceremo-
nies at Fort Bevens. Massachu-
setts, according to information
received recently on the Isthmus.
Sergeant Paine who was born
and grew up In the Canal Zone,
was killed In action in Korea last
November. He was 21 years old.
The award was presented to
Captain Paine bv Lleutenant-
General Willis D. Crlttenbereer.
Commander-in-(' h i e f. First
Army at a ceremony and parade
at Fort Devens.
The Distinguished Service
Cross was awarded for "extraor-
dinary heroism" against the en-
emy near Koto Ri when Sergeant
Paine was serving with the 31st
Infantry Regiment of the 7th Di-
vision when he lost his life.
Sergeant Paine was bom in
Ancon and attended Ancon Ele-
mentary School and Balboa High
School. He left the Isthmus a-
bout 1946 and enlisted in the Ar-
my in the United States. He
served in the Army from that
time until his death. %
Captain Paine has lived in Fair-
haven. Massachusetts, since his
retirement from Canal Service in
June 1949.
British Cabinet Must Devise
Moves To Save Middle East
LONDON, July 21 (UP) The
British Government has called
for reports from all British en-
voys in the Middle East on likely
developments lollowlng the as-
sassination of King Abdullah of
Jordaii.
It is recognised in the Foreign
Office here that Abdullah's death
has knocked a key prop out of
Britain's policy in the Middle
East.
Anti-British elements are now
expected to become more active.
Cabinet will meet Monday to
review the effects of Abdullah's
death, and consider a new theo-
retical answer to the need for a
collective security system in the
gaping flank between Egypt and
Turkey.
Foreign Minister Herbert Mor-
rison has scheduled an Important
House of Commons statement on
Iran for Monday.
It seems likely to touch also on
the further crisis in Jordan.
Britain's future policy in the
Kingdom of Jordan Is consider-
ed uncertain. British arm* and
money have kept tne country se-
cure for nearlv half a century.
But the pistol shot which killed
Abdullah may plunge Jordan into
the ferment which is boiling
throughout the Arab world.
The British Government 1*
facing the fact that Russia is al-
ready seeking to seize the initia-
tive In the Middle East, where
the rising nationalism of Moslems
Is setting a match to the powder
keg of the Ara'o world.
to a house of Representatives
bill which provides for leave for
temporary post office employes.
This amendment is now being
considered by a committee made
up of members of the Senate and
the House
The House members will be
asked to approve the Senate-
added provisions.
These provisions provide that
federal employes with less than
two years service shall get 13
days annual Jeave; those with
two to 15 years service shall get
20 days annual leave; and those
with more than 15 years ser-
vice shall get 26 days annual
leave.
Under the language oi the Bill
specific exemption is provided
for "employes of the Panam
Canal Zone Government and the
Panam Railroad Company while
serving in the Canal Zone."
These employes will continue
to get their presently allowed
leave, regardless of length of
service.
Canal Suspends
New Assignments
To Cocoli Housing
Assignments of quarters In Co-
coli to Panam Canal Company
and Canal Zone Government em-
ployes have been Indefinitely
suspended, it was announced yes-
terday at the Housing Division's
office at Balboa Heights.
It was announced over two
months ago that Cocoli will not
be retained as a permanent Ca-
nal townslte and since that time
all assignments to quarters there
have been on a provisional basis.
Canal Company officials have
been negotiating with the Army
and Navy for the transfer of the
townslte but no definite decisions
have been reached. The present
suspension of assignments to Ca-
nal-Government employes Is a
temporary step to avoid inconve-
nience to personnel at a later
date if a transfer of the townslte
Is arranged.
Thief Killed On
Panama Street
At 2:30 this morning a thief
was pursued and fatally shot by
an agent of the Panam Secret
Police on East 26th Street. The
thief. Jeremas Alberde, had a
long criminal record.
The police agent was Toms
(Bolo) Royal, who Is well-known
in Panam sporting circles. He
was the manager of Kid Zeflne,
former bantamweight and fea-
therweight boxing champion of
the Isthmus.
PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 21 (UP) After one houf
and 11 minutes of talk which at times grew so loud it
could be heard by newsmen 25 feet away outside the build-
ing, the United Nations and Communist ceasefire teams
today recessed their Kaesong meetings till Wednesday
at the Reds' request.
Correspondents to the talks were wagering even
money that there would be no more ceasefire sessions in
Kaesong.
An 8th Army briefing officer said that the Reds now
have forces in the line across Korea equal to those which
launched the massive though abortive spring offensives.
Today's meeting, the eighth between these teams,
was billed as a showdown session.
The United Nations team has
refused to back down on its re-
fusal to put the withdrawal of
foreign troops on an agenda for
a Korean armistice conference.
The United Nations say this is a
political Issue. The armistice con-
ference is to be purely military.
The Reds are believed to have
asked for the recess to seek ad-
vice from Pelplng, and possibly
Moscow.
According to a spokesman the
leader of the United Nations ne-
Sotlators, Vice Admiral C. Turner
oy, spoke for five minutes when
today's meeting opened.
He proposed that the agenda
Items so far agreed on be accept-
ed as a complete program for the
formal armistice talks.
These Items have been an-
nounced previously as including
a call for a truce along the pres-
Air Force Supplying
Big Punch In Korea;
Ground Action Nil
8TH ARMY HQ Korea. July
21 ) The Air Force was
supplying the United Nations'
main punch today while storms
pinned ground troops down.
A briefing officer reported
that the Communists now have
the same power on the line
and in reserve as when they
launched their big spring of-
fensive.
He said this meant there are
about 300,000 Reds in the front
line ready to go, while total
Red strength, with reserves and
rear echelon troops, Is about
850.000.
There was little significant
ground action today on the 135-
mile Korean front.
United Nations patrols prob-
ed into Red territory despite fog
and rain, keeping up pressure
on Communist forces every-
where, and ready to spot any
move towards an offensive.
Light bomber and fighter
bombers made 120 effective
sorties. B-26 Invaders radar
bombed the red airfield at Sin-
mak. while other Invaders,
guided by ground control, hit
Red frontline troop concentra-
tions.
ent front line, which at soma
places Is 20 miles into North Ko-
rean territory.
It would rule out debate on the
Red wish for the withdrawal of
foreign troops from Korea.
Chief Communist delegate,
North Korean General Nam II,
read his answer on this key point
from a paper prepared In ad-
vance.
He played with a packet of
pencils, smoked more than usual
and seemed under greater stress
than before.
The UN spokesman said Joy
was patient and resigned in his
answers. "He was not brusque,
but there seemed to be a certain
air of finality in his general at-
titude rather than in what ho
said."
Nam Il's prepared statement
showed that the Reds had been
prepared for Joy's refusal to have
troop withdrawals on the agen-
da.
According to the United Na-
tions spokesman, the Chinese
conferred animatedly among;
themselves, then gave a message
to Nam II, through an interpret-
er.
Nam II then suggested the re-
cess, apparently a specific Chi-
nese desire.
The United Nations team took
half an hour out to think tha
Red proposal over, then agreed,
with the hope that the talks may
resume before next Wednesday
"If at all possible."
Joy flew back to Tokyo short-
ly after the Kaesong meeting
ended.
How Much
This Time?
CUERNA VACA, Mexico, July 21
(UP)Heiress to the Woolworta
millions, Barbara Hutton. was di-
vorced from Prince Igor Troub-
etzkoy here today after a long
legal battle.
Canadian Airliner
Lost On Alaska Flight
VANCOUVER. July 21. (UP)
A Canadian Pacific Airlines DC-
4. on the United Nations Trans-
pacific airlift with 31 United
States servicemen and a crew of
seven, is missing on a flight from
Vancouver to Anchorage. Alaska.
LITTLE LEAGUERS DIDNT FORGET their Beauty Queen and Sponsor Thursday when_ they
'n,,ri nr.ttv Forest Wise with a large bouquet of flowers and an autographed ball. Forest
irrecuSaUn"yfrom a" ^oWle^Ment In Santa Clara that mashed h foot and requ r-
Yan amriutallan Her parting message to the Canal Zones representatives in the Lttua
League Xld e?les gam^s was" "I'U be usteing to the radio from ^e hosp.U^you RUa
win for me." Shown, from left, are John Ham ma. Fred Bruhn, Danny Wlnklowsky, Elwooa
Phillips, the Beauty Queen. Eddie Kirchmeir, Billy Hatchett and Jimmy Lovelady.
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In far-off Australia bridge
championships are often de-
cided by means of specially
prepared hands. This year the
Australian Bridge Council Is ar-
ranging a special contest of
thirty-two prepared hands to
celebrate the fiftieth anniver-
sary of the federation of the
six states of Australia.
The hand shown today, pre-
pared for such a contest some
years ago, shows how the Aus-
tralians demand every ounce
of skill from their contestants.
South Is expected to get to
three no-trump, a somewhat
doubtful contract. However, It
must be admitted that good
players bid Just such flimsy
games every day In the week-
West opens the king of
spades, holding the trick. He
continues with the queen of
spades, and Bast discard the
six of diamonds.
South wins with the ace of
spades and sees that he needs
at least two (actually three)
heart tricks for his contract.
Hence he is doomed to defeat
it West has the ace of hearts.
He must play the hand on the
assumption that last ha the
heart aee.
South therefore leads a heart
at tihe third trick, .West plays
the seven., and now the cor-
rect play must be made from
dummy. Pretend you're an Aus-
tralian and pick the right play.
Dummy must play a low
heart. This allows East to win
with the eight of hearts. East
wlQ also win a trick later on
with the. ace of hearts. But
then the rest of dummy's hearts
will be good, and declarer
makes the contract.
If the queen of hearts Is
played on the first round of
that suit, East naturally takes
the ace. Then West .is bound
to get the lead with the ten
or Jack of hearts to run e-
nough spade tricks to set the
contract.
Whit happens If last dis-
cards a heart on the second
round of spades? Then South
Is seteven If East discards the
ace of hearts. However, this
Is assumed to be a double dum-
my play, and did not actually
happen when the tournament
was held.
day for a week In Buenos Aires
on business.
PAA Reporta Progresa
In International Travel
Slow but sure progress In the
difficult task of untangling the
red tape that hinders Interna-
tional travel was noted at a Just-
concluded meeting of the Inter-
national Air Transport Associa-
tion's facilitation subcommittee
at Caracas, Venezuela.
Pointing up the problem was
the experience of one delegate
to the conference, who was forc-
ed to wait In line for eight hours
to obtain a visa.
The committee, headed by
John A. Paine, Pan American
World Airways System facilita-
tion superintendent, heard that
12 nations had organised facili-
tation committees, composed of
government and transportation
representatives, to seek a solu-
tion to the present superfluous
travel documentation. The Unit-
ed States and Canada are the
only nations in the Western He-
misphere that have named such
committees.
Annex Ninea standard, slm-
SHfled form of travel documen-
itionwas revealed. The annex
has been approved by more than
50 countries, latest of which are
Jamaica, Haiti, and Guatemala.
The LATA subcommittee
agreed to push adoption of a
standard-type visa by all coun-
tries.
Also recommended was estab-
lishment of direct transit areas
at International air terminals,
similar to those in use by Pan
American Airways at Port-au-
Prince, Haiti, and Ciudad Tru-
jillo, Dominican Republic.
These facilities permit passen- j
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while their plane Is on the ground
or even while they are waiting
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PRESIDENT AND MRS AROSEMENA TO BE QUESTS
OP HONOR AT VENEZUELAN RECEPTION WEDNESDAY
The President of Panama and Mr. Alelbiades Aroaemena
will be the quests of honor at a reception to be given Wed-
nesday evening from 7 to 9 at Hotel El Panama by Dr. and
Mrs. Cristobal Mendosa of Caracas, Venesnela, the Ambas-
sador of Venezuela to Panama and Mrs. Enrique Castro Go-
mes, and other members of the special delegation from Ve-
neine*. Invitations are beta* issued to the reception dur-
ing this week-end. .
Dr. Mendosa heads the delegation sent by the Govern-
ment of Venezuela to Panama on the occasion of the dedi-
cation of a monument in Colon to Simon Bolivar. The de-
dication will take place on Bolivar Day, Tuesday, July 84.
The President df Panama will be present at the ceremony In
Colon and will be the guest of honor at a luncheon to be
lven by the visiting delegation that day at the Monaco
arden In Colon. >' *- ... '..
Dr. Mendoxa is president of the Bolivar Society and the
Academy of History of Venezuela and is a former Minister
of the Treasury. He and his wife and other members of the
delegation wiU be guests at Hotel El Panama during their
stay in Panama.
Reception to Honor
Dr. and Mrs. Chu
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Chen
have issued invitations for a re-
ception at 7:30 this evening at
their residence on 50th 8treet in
Bella Vista. The party will hon-
or their son-in-law and daugh-
ter, Dr. and Mrs. Ernesto Chu,
who returned Monday to Pana-
ma after spending sevlral
months In Boston and New York.
Miss Jolly Bride
of Dr. Draheim
The marriage of Miss Ruth Ann
Jolly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Camllle Jollv of Green Bay. Wis-
consin, to Dr. John H. Draheim
of Ancon, son of Senator and Mrs.
William Draheim of Neenan.
Wisconsin, was solemnized at
eight thirty o'clock this morning
at the Sacred Heart Chapel in
Ancon. The Rev. Father Michael
W. Wye officiated. John Ridge,
organist, played the wedding
marches and Garland Dowllng,
soloist, sang an Ave Maria during
the service. White lilies and gla-
dioli, with ferns and palms, de-
corated the chapel."
The bride wore a white linen
suit with a small hat of white
flowers and a corsage of white
orchids. Her matron of honor,
Mrs. John B. Scott of Cristobal,
also wore a white suit and hat
and an orchid corsage. Dr. Will-
iam H. Meriwether was best man
for Dr. Draheim.
After the service a wedding
breakfast was held at the Al-
brook Officers Club.
The bride came to the Isthmus
this week from Green Bay and
has been the house guest of Dr.
and Mrs. John C. Bates at Her-
rlck Heights since her arrival.
She is a graduate of Mount Mary
College in Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
Dr. Draheim. a resident at Gor-
gas Hospital, is a graduate of the
University at Minnesota Medical
School, a member of Beta Theta
Pi fraternity and of Nu Sigma
Nu medical fraternity.
After a short wedding trip Dr.
and Mrs. Draheim will be at home
at S724-A Diablo Heights.
Ore Friday evening Dr. and
Mrs. Bates entertained at dinner
at their home for Miss Jolly and
Dr. Draheim and the members of
their bridal party, preceding the
rehearsal of the wedding.
General and Mrs. Morris
Entertaining for Visitors
Lt. General William H. H. Mor-
ris. Ccrn^andeMto-chief Carib-
bean-Command and Mrs. Morris.
have issued invitations for a re-
ception this evening at 7 at their
quarters on Quarry Heights in
honor of their house guests, the
Vice Chief of Staff pf the United
States Army. General Wade
Hampton Halsllp and Mrs. Hals-
lip and Colonel and Mrs. Rich-
ard Stelnbach who arrived today
from Washington, D.C.
New York;, who Is visiting Mrs.
George Eugene in Balboa.
With Mrs. Eugene and Miss
Durkin, Mrs. Neville entertained
Mrs. James Turner. Miss Alvina
Freeman. Miss Grace McDonald.
Mrs. Martin Hayes. Mrs. Walter
Laurie. Mrs. Frederic de V. 8111.
Mrs. Theodosia W. Campbell,
Miss Mildred McMahon and Mrs.
James Atchley.
House Would Slacken Buying
Curbs On Autos, TV, Homes
the most irresponsible things so
far done by a Congressional coal-
ition that Is setting out to estab-
lish a record for irresponsibility."
Cocktail Party
at Curundu Heights
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hayes
entertained a few of their friends
at cocktails yesterday afternoon
at their residence on Curundu
Heights. The party celebrated
Mr. Hayes' birthday anniversary.
Birthday Party
Entertaining for their daugh-
ter. Leslie, on her fourth birth-
day anniversary, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles F. Kline gave a chil-
dren's party Thursday afternoon
at their home in Ancon.
Cocktail-Buffet
at Army and Navy Club
John Palmer 8mith III and Or-
lando Flye Smith were the guests
of honor at a cocktail buffet giv-
en last evening at the Army and
Navy Club, Fort Amador, by their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pal-
mer Smith.
The guest list, included Miss
Ann Mallon. Miss Elaine Lom-
bard. Miss Barbara Comber, Miss
Carol Sergeant. Miss Jean Cap-
well. Miss Nina Norman. Miss
Marie Martinez, Miss Martha Ir-
vln. Miss Betty Jane Kenealy,
Miss Phyllis Albritton. Miss Jean
Saarlnen. Miss Marjorie Du bella.
Miss Mary Jo MacSparran. Miss
Mary Anne McCoy, Msls Ann
Howze.
Also Richard Lombard. Marc
Quinn. Jiv Richard Elton, Roger
Maduro, Rodney Lopez. Robert
Medlnger. Bert Joyce, Bert Be-
nolt. John Connard. Boyd Bev-
ington. Jr.. 8tuart Plummer Bill
Carlln, and Henry Phillips.
Mrs. Dunn Hostess
at Bridge Party
Mrs. Harry A. Dunn was hostess
at a dessert bridge party given
last evening at her home in An-
con, complimenting Miss Louise
Durkin of Port Chester. New
York, who Is visiting Mrs. Oeorge
Eugene in Balboa.
By VINCENT J. BURKE
WASHINGTON, July 21 (UP) The House voter]
tentatively but'overwhelmingly yesterday to relax install-
ment buying curbs on autos, radios, television sets, house-
hold furnishings and home repairs. Gl and low-cost home
loans also were relaxed.
The voice vote actions came as Economic Stabilizer
Eric Johnston angrily accused Congress of "kicking the
American consumer in the teeth" and hinted he might
recommend a Presidential veto of the new controls legis-
lation.
The amendments-to the pending new controls bill
would force the Federal Reserve Board to give new and
used car buyers 21 months to pay their installments.-Down
payments would be one-third for new cars and one-fouth
for used autos.
Visitors Honored
by Mr. and Mrs. Joostra
Mr. and Mrs. G. Joustra and
their daughters. Miss Gertrude
Joustra and Miss Catherine Jous-
tra, entertained a group of young
people at a buffet supper at their
home in Balboa for their house
guests. Miss Loreen Bonl and
Miss Lillian Mueller of Alliance.
Ohio, The visitors arrived last
week for a stay of two weeks or
more. Miss Boni is a former re-
sident of Balboa.
Mrs. Joustra. her guests and
Mrs. Robert Straus spent Thurs-
day m Colon and Mrs. Joustra
entertained the party at lunch-
eon at the Hotel Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Darling
Honored at Quarry Heights
Mr. and Mrs. Dash wood P.
Darling of Colon were the guests
of honor at a cocktail party given
last evening by Colonel and Mrs.
David P. Schorr, who entertain-
ed at their quarters on Quarry
Heights. After a long residence
on the Isthmus. Mr. and Mrs.
Darling are leaving soon to make
their home in California.
Visitor Honored
by Dr. and Mrs. Arias
Honoring Arthur Seellg s o n,
who arrived recently from Texas
for a visit to Panama. Dr. and
Mrs. Roberto E. Arias gave a buf-
fet Thursday evening at their
home.
Miss Durkin Honored
By Mrs. Neville
Mrs. E. N. Neville Jr.. gave a
breakfast at her home in Pedro
Miguel yesterday in honor of Miss
Louise Durkin of Port Chester,
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Hospitality Committee
to Meet Tuesday
The Hospitality Committee of
the Inter-American Women's
Club will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday
at the Club headquarters on
Shaler Road In Ancon. All mem-
bers are urged to be present.
Sorority Meeting
Postponed
The meeting of Alpha Chapter.
Beta Sigma Pnl sorority sched-
uled for Tuesday evening has
been postponed for one week and
will be held on Tuesday. July 31.
Triple Usage
Margaret Sheridan wears tbe lat-
est in summer clothes. This three-
piece outfit has a decorative stole
that can be buttoned about the
bottom of the full skirt, leaving a
strapless gown. Remove the skirt
and voilal it's a bathing rah
Miss Sheridan will soon be seen a
Howard Hawks' "The Thing." an
RKO Radio release.
This was an even greater relax-
ation that the 18 months voted
by the Senate and the House
Banking Committee. Present re-
serve board regulations require
repayment in 15 months.
Present board rules require
one-third down on both new and
used autos, but the board has
power to Increase this figure.
The Senate bill calls for one-
third payments on both new and
used cars.
The votes were taken in rapid-
fire order as the House put on a
sudden spurt to complete the a-
mendment-rlddled bill.
The House plan would require
15 per cent down and repayment
In 48 months for radio and TV
sets and other household applian-
ces, Instead of the present 25 per
cent down and 15 months.
On household furniture and
rugs, the requirement would be
relaxed to 10 per cent down and
21 months to pay Instead of 15
per cent and 15 months.
For residential repairs, the a-
mendment provides 10. per cent
down payments and 38 months to
pay. Instead of 10 per cent down
and 30months.
The House likewise voted to
relax credit controls on houses
costing $10,000 or less. Not more
than 10 per cent down could be
required, and the balance could
be paid off in 25 years.
It shouted approval of another
amendment to force the Veter-
ans Administration to relax cre-
c Diatiasn
' a H.at XfcM Qmm I
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ordons
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Copr lM
Boriton I'o.
Inlrim-'l l'er.
dit curbs on G.I. home purchas-
es This would forbid the Veter-
ans Administration to require
more than six per cent down on
homes costing $12,000 or less. A
similar provision is contained in
the Senate Controls Bill.
Like the Senate, the House re-
jected President Truman's re-
quest for authority to control
commodity speculation by fixing
margins on future deals. The vote
was 92 to 52.
Johnston, blistered the House
bill as containing provisions that
are "completely contradictory
and unenforceable."
He said the plan to freeze wage
and price ceilings at July 7 levels
for four months probably would
bring on a "rash of strikes" or
maybe even a "smallpox epide-
mic" of strikes.
A previously adopted profit-
guarantee amendment for mid-
dlemen, he asserted, would pro-
vide for "pyramiding" prices and
"guaranteed inflation."
Before turning to credit con-
trols, the House tentatively ap-
proved an amendment by Rep. A.
8. Herlong, Jr.. D Fla.. which
would permit retailers are al-
lowed to pass along to consum-
ers the exact dollars-and-cents
Increase in the cost of the pro-
ducts thay buy.
Under Herlong's plan, how-
ever, the retailers would be per-
mitted to keep the "customary"
per cent markup they got be-
tween May 24 and June 24. 1950.
If the prices they paid increased,
their profits would increase more
than their actual increased
costs.
Administration leaders, how-
ever, still hoped to reverse the
chamber's action Wednesday in
voting a four-month freeze on
wage and price celling at the Ju-
ly 7 level a freeze that would
exempt most farm prices.
The Communications Workers
of America (CIO) which would
stand to lose wage Increases for
150.000 members under the plan,
said today the freeze was "one of
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, im.Y 31, 1SII
Indians, Yankees Win To Tighten A.L. Dogfight
ed Sox, White Sox Lose
to Create Virtual Tie
By United hits
, NEW YORK, July 21 Only .005 percentage poinr*
separated the first place and fourth place teams in the
Apencan League after the Yankees and Indians won their
games and the Red Sex and White Sox lost.
nlng. The lose was the sixth for
ened in the tenth-
ARain it was thr rivgl pitch-
erGarciawho started the
rally with a single. He was
fort ed at second by Dale Mitch -
ell but Avila followed with a
The New York Yankees and
Cleveland Indians won by the
same score1-0to produce a
virtual four-wav tie for the lead.
Actually, ft hall-game separates
the four teams.
The Boston Red Sox lead with
,598. followed by the Chicago
White Sox with .598. the Yankees
with .595 and the Indians with
.593.
Bobby Brown drove in IHe
winning run for the Yankees'
victory over Ned Oarver and
the Browns in a St. Louis night
f;ame and Bobby Avlla's tenth
nninc douhle gave Mike Gar-
cia his 12th vlbidry arta IMS
.Indians their :9th in their last
-4 games over the Philadelphia
Xthletics in a Cleveland after-
-nrk contest.
;,Meanwhile, Marvin Stuart
pitched a six-hitter in his first
start as the Tigers beat the Red
Box, 6-1. in a Detroit arc-light
game and the Washington Sena-
tors defeated the White Sox, 2-1,
In ten innings in a Chicago night
battle.
Rookie Tom Morgan pitched a
three-Hitter for the Yankees and
Started the Winning rally With ft
tingle off Oarver in the eighth,
larver until then had allowed
onlv two hits but he faltered and
Phil Rizzuto and Brown singled
to produce the run.
Garcia and ex-Indian Sam
Zoldak, Who pitched a one-hitter
In his previous start, staged a i
brilliant scoreless mound duel for
Robinson-Turpin
Return Bout Set
For September 12
NEW YORK. July 21 (UP)In-
HJnational Boxing Club Presi-
dent James Norris yesterday an-
Xmced that the 15-round
thplonship return bout be-
Sien Middleweight Champion
ndv Turpln and dethroned
6ugar Ray Robinson will take
' place at the Polo Grounds Sept.
12
run producing double. Garcia
permitted four hits in his first
shutout and seventh straight
w|n. Zoldak allowed eight.
The Tigers knocked out start-
er Chuck Stobbs with a fiock of
base hits for a big five-run in-
ning. The los swas the sixth for
the Red Box in their last seven
starts on the current Western
trip. .
The win was Stuart's first of
the season.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Brooklyn Dodgers beat the
St. Louis Cardinals, 5-2, in in
Ebbets Field night game While
the New York Giants celebrated
the signing of Manager Leo Du-
rocher to a new one-year con-
tract with an 11-5 victory over
the Reds in a Polo Grounds night
contest.
The Phillies shaded the Chica-
go Cubs. 4-3, In eleven innings
at Philadelphia and the Braves
outslugged the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates, 11-6. in a Boston after-
dark game.
Preacher Roe won his 13th
game as the Dodgers whipped
their old nemesis. Max Lanier.
itoi t'ampanella hit his nth
Homer for the winners While
Knos Slaughter and Wally
Westlake clouted round-trip-
pers for the Kedbirds as Roe
pitched a seven-Hitter.
Sam Jethroe homered as the
Braves knocked Vernort Law from
the box before he could retire a
batter in the first Inning.
Richie Ashburn's single with
the bases filled gave the Phillies
their victory over the Cubs and
reliever Jim Konstanty his
fourth win of the season
Rush went the route to !i*
fifth game.
i i
Navy Sports
NAVY NfcTMEN START
TOl'RNAMBNT
Fifteenth Naval District head-
quarters tennis courts will be the
scene of the 1951 Navy tennis
tournament which will decide
the Navy singles and doubles
champions of the Canal Zone.
Bringing together tennis en-
thusiasts from the various Naval
activities throughout the Isth-
mus, the tournament is expected
to provide a spirited competition
for the trophies which will be
presented to the singles and
doubles champions as well as to
the Naval activity represented by
the winners.
Singles competition began this
morning at 8:00 a.m. when Cpl.
J. Bodnar. U8MC, from Summit
Radio station met N. W. Bal-
horn, RMC, from Farfan Com-
munications Station.
The second and third rounds
of the singles competition will be
played on Sunday, July 22 and
Saturday, July 28 with the final
match for the championship tr)
be played oh Sunday, July 29.
Compett'tu for the doubles tro-
phies will begin on Saturday. July
28 with the final round for the
ehamblortShlp' to be played on
Sunday, July 29.
Bob
his
FOR LITTLE MAN
LOUISVILLE. INEAI. The
late COI. Matt Wirtn installed the
$2 standard of betting at Church-
Ill Downs in 1951. prior to which
.i i Robinson, whose defeat caused | $5 was the basic unit.
Worldwide consternation, will re- --------
turn to the United States Aug. 2. | MUST AIM HIGH
ffe is at present vacationing in NEW YORK. (NEA. The
taly. (physical structure of a calf
It is expected that Turpln will moose makes it virtually impos-
ariive in the United States about slble for him to eat off the
tig 20 to start training. ground without kneeling down.
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Playground
Sports
"A" LEAGUE STANDINGS
Team Won lost
Ancon............ 3 0
Balboa.......... 1 2
Diablo............ 1 3
Wednesday morhlhg the Diablo
A' League suffered their second
lost by One point lh the Summer
Basketball League when they
bowed to the boys from Ancon
31-30 hi a very close and hard
fought game.
In the very first game of the
season Diablo lost to Balboa 30-
29 to account for their other de-
feat by a single marker and In
their secon dencounter with Bal-
boa the contest went into an
overtime before Diablo wa able
to win their first game df the
season.
In the Ancon contest played
Wednesday neither team could
forge ahead and the half fended
with Ancon enjoying a two point
lead 17-15. As the final whistle
blew with the score being 31-30
an Ancon player committed a
foul thereby giving Diablo a foul
shot.
However, the free throw was
missed and Ancon remained un-
defeated-.
Abdul Flynh scored 8 points to
lead all Ancon players while
Hugh Turner led hie Diablo
teammates with flte field goals
and two free throws good for 14
points.
in the Blddv Leagne encounter
a much taller and experienced
Cocoll 'E' team defeated the Dia-
blo E' squad 12-8. The average
age of the Diablo players Is only
about nine years old but -they
have shown Improvement with
each game and thev are usually
opposed by players much older
than they are.
ANCON 'A' LEAGUE
FG FT TP
4 0 8
1 7
0 8
Flynn.........
Roy............ t
Capwell............ s
Lederer.......... 1 7 ,
Molther......... > t i
Rowley.......... 0 2
Salamlna.......... u 0
Hanson.......... 0 0 0
Totals...... 14 3 31
DIABLO A' LEAGUE
FGFTTP
Turner.......... 6 14
tang............ o 8 0
Rathgeber........ 2 1 5
Nlckisher.......... 0 2 2
Haydel.......... 2 t 8
Sparrqw.......... 1 1 3
Totals...... 11 8 30
^SCOTTS EMULSION
HtGfi 6NCRGY rOOD TONIC
C'OCOLI BIDDY LEAGt F
FGFTTP
Douglas.......... 0 0 0
Martinez.......... 1 0 2
Samen.......... 000
Klrkland.......... 2 0 0
Sanders.......... 2 o 4
Sanders.......... 2 0 4
calon............ 1 0 2
Ripper.......... 0 0 0
otals...... 6 0 12
to ninnv LEAGUE
FGFTTP
Lovelady.......... 1 0 2
Smith............ 0 0 0
Fundakowski...... 2 0 4
Cruz............ 0 0 0
Brockman........ 0 0 0
Blaney........... 000
Totals...... 3 0 6
Little League
To Receive
Rowlings Cloves
Sixteen Rawllngs base b a 11
5loves will be presented to the
ahal Zone Little League Team
upon arrival in New Yort.
The gloves are being donated
through the Universal Sports
Corporation and their Isthmian
representative Martin B. Glas-
gall.
The new gloves will Include 14
fielders aloyes. 1 first baseman's
glove and I catcher's mitt They
are of a style and quality used
by professional major league ball
plavers. only scaled down lOr lit-
tle league players.
Citation's Retirement Brings
More Entries For Sunset 'Cap
American League
TEAMS- Won I.o*t ft*. G.B
Bttstdh ... 33 .
Chicago. 58 38 JM
New York. 50 34
Cleveland Si 38
Detroit . -. 38 45
Washington 37 4
Philadelphia 38 SI
St. LoiilS It 89 .Sit M'j
.458
.438
.484
!<,
12
14*4.
11
TODAYS GAMES
Boston at Detroit.
New fork at It. Lokit.
Philadelphia it Cleveland.
Washington St Chic age.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game
Boston.............. 1
Detroit.............. 0
(Night Game)
New Ydrk............ 1
St. Luis............ 0
(Night Game. TIM ItlnUlgS)
Philadelphia.......... 0
Cleveland.......... 1
(Night Game, Ten Innings"
Washington.......... t
Chicago............ 1
National League
TEAMS Won tost Pet. G.B.
Brooklyn 34
New York. 4T
St. Louis 44
I iHcliihatl It
Lost Pet. G.B
S .688
41 .834
4 M*
42 .518 1
Philadelphia 18 44 .44 11 !i
Boston ... 38 44 .483 14
Chcate. SB 44 .443 1813
Pittsburgh 14 M .4S5 IS
TODAYS GAMES
Chicago at Philadelphia
(inrinhatl at Nw fork.
I'iltsbiirih at Boston.
St. LoulS at Brooklyn.
"Night Game. IS Innings>
Chicago.......... S
Philadelphia.. ../....'. 4
(Night Gam*)
Cincinnati.......... I
New York............11
(Night Game)
St. LOUIS........ .. .. I
Brooklyn............ 5
(Night Game)
Pittsburgh.......... 8
Bostoh..............H
Albrook, Royal Crown Win;
Possibility Of First Half
Pacific Loop Tie Increases
LEAGUE STANDINGS
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Albrook ...... S I .880
Roval Crown. .... 1 S .788
Lincoln Life .... 4 6 .480
Mauricio....... 1 8 .ISO
Gantes to be played Sunday
rlWfflr
AME
Albrook vs. Mauricio
SECOND DAME
Lincoln Life vs. Royal Crown
(Fint game starts at 7:00 p.m.)
The Albrook Flyers maintain-
ed their single game lead In the
Pacific Basketball League as they
easily defeated 'the Mauricio
quintet Thursday night by a
score of 82 to 41, While the Royal
Crown team kept their chances
aiive tor a first-half tie by down-
ing the Lincoln Life squad to the
tune of 63 to 51 In the second
game of the doubleheader play-
ed at the Balboa Gymnasium.
Mauricio hfcd only five plftyirs
on hand at game, time and were
neve nn contention although
they fought gamely to stop the
Albrook team. With the outcome
of the game never In doubt.
Coach Oliver of the Flyers used
his first team sparingly and no
Albrook player was able to score
more than seven points, with Don
Lee and Tex Ihgram Sharing the
honors followed by Chambers
with six points, While for the
Mauricio team Hilzinger was high
man with 18 points.
Ih the second game the Lincoln
Life team tried hard to put the
Sodamen out of the runhlng for
first half and held them to I 12-
12 tie as the first quarter ended.
but In the second quarter the
Roval Crown team pulled away,
as paced by Cecilio Williams' ah
field goals they piled up a nine-
point lead which was never se-
riously threatened. Julio Arose-
mena missed a rhance to increase
his lead in the scoring depart-
ment as he was forced to leave
the game .cause of Illness early
In the first quarter, but Williams
with lS points and Tom With 12
points paced the winners while
for Lincoln ufe. Gibson and
Brady scored 12 and 11 points re-
spectively.
A meeting of the league was
held prior to the games Thurs-
day night and In an effort to sti-
mulate and Increase attendance,
league officials voted for a de-
crease in admission prices to bfc
placed in effect immediately. New
admission prices now In effect
are thirty-five cents '$0.35> for
adults and Students will be ad-
mitted for twenty-five cents
(*0.251.
The hot scorts:
FIRST GAMt .
Mauricio FG FT TI
Cotton........ 1
Olhoeft........
Mill..........
Presho........
Hllilnger.......
Oarearoh......
Minott.....j .)
Total.........ll
i
0
1
3
3
0
'8
2
3
IS
5
S
41
EG FT TP
Albrook
Lee.......... 2 I
Danlelson...... 0 0
Chatham...... 1 1
Coycatt:....... 1 1
Ulshaffe...... 1 2
Parsell........ 1 3
Chambers...... 3 0
Fraser........ 2 0
Sclafanl....... 2 1
Bean.......... 2 0
DeWltt........ 0 0
Ingram........ 3 1
Murto........ 1 .1
Bonta........ 0 4
Totals......... 18 14 52
Score by quarter
Mauricio 18 28 41
AlbroOk 13 21 43 52
SECOND GAME
Lincoln Life FG FT TP
Downing...... 4
Kourany, O..... 0
Kourany. I..... I
Brady......... 9
Wilson......... l
Gibson........ 5
Trout......... 4
McArthur, E..... 0
McArthur, O. .... 0
0
1
I
1
1
2
0
0
2
8
1
S
11
3
12
8
0
2
Totals.........II 7 51
ktoyal Crow FG FT TP
Tom.......... 0 0 12
Santos........ 1 0 2
Arosemena...... 1 0 2
Hlihtower...... 3 l 7
Williams....... 7 l 15
Cells.......... 2 1 5
Sioauste....... 2 l 5
Sonen.....v .. o i i
Castorina...... 2 0 4
Jan.......... 1 2 4
ladea......... 1 2 4
Fong.......... 1 0 2
Totals.........27 9 63
Score by Quarters
Lincoln Life It I 21 32 51
Royal CroWft 12 30 44 63
Referees: Tlese and Rennlck;
Timer: Jack Baldwin; Scorer:
LeBrun.
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M0NTEZUMA
INGLEWOOD. Calif., July 31
(UP.The other owners ar
braver now that Calumet has re-
tired Citation, its ourMeged
millionaire. Only nine horses had
been expected to shoot for the
iSO.dOO Sunset Handicap today in
the event citation ran.
But his retirement THtirsflay
night made the field bigger. Ele-
ven entries were counted wherj
flollywoed Park dffilal closed
h box yesterday. t
B Fleet, With Willie Shoe-
maker up, probably will be faVpr-
d In the mil* and flVe-eTghtns
race.
Citation, the only million dol-
lar winner in turf history, will b
content to mtinch oats and pa-
rade for the fans between rftces.
Mis trainerJimmy Onessays
thfe order to retire Big CV Came
from Mis. Warren Wright. She
felt he had earned a rfeSt and
should quit a wlnhef.
Jones says Citation still could
win "a lot of bit one." But Jim-
my admits that Citation Isn't irt
top form.
"He was only held together by
strings," said Johes. "All the tim
he has run since breaking down
Jgie In 1*48 he has been a three-
legged horse compared to what
he was as a three-year-old.''
That was the year Citation Won
}8. races, including the Triple
roWh races, and more than
709,000.
Rocklngham Park in New
Hampshire has refused stall
space to 86 stables. Managing Di-
rector Lou Smith says it's a move
o protect New England racing
rom what he calls "cheap nags."
However, turf experts say th*
action stems from an Investiga-
tion of crooked racing in that
area.
In recent weeks. Spencer Dray-
ton'g racing sleuths have been
buey in New England. And the
former FBI man admits he's on
the trail of a betting syndicate
which bribed jockeys so It eould
cash In on long-shot winners.
Four jockeys already have been
suspended in the New England
area. And more suspensions are
expected.
One member of Dray ton's Staff
ays: "We can give the public
this entire case in about a week "
Racing experts say it will bo
spicy one when the facts art
known.
with on
BATTERY
For a butcher, television huckster or manufacturer Of ear-
muffs to become a millionaire these days la as common AS treen-
appl* coiic In a kias cam. But for a race horse t rUn Hinilclf
into the milUon-dellar class still to a fair to middling trick. It
just has been done Tor the first tim lh the history of the turf
by six-year-old Citation.
With the winning of the 3100,000 Holly Wood bold Cup, the
Calumet Farm's champion lifted his earnings for four years of
adng to 81,085,760. He was out of competition a a four-year-
'vef since April "l 1947. when He wbh & $1.825 four-and-a-
half-fuVlong sprint at Havre De Grace. Citation His had the
M.'das touch, or is It the Midas hoof? In 46 Starts, big Cy has
been out of the rndney only once. This happened on May 11,
when he finished, fifth In a race won by Special touch.
Citation Is not finished, by any means, though this is his
last season as a racbr. He may start In the $50,000 Sunset Hahd-
iiAp. at Hollywood Park on Saturday, go on to Chicago, and
wmd. up .In the Jockey Club Gold Cup at Beimont Park,
Citation became the greatest money Winner of all time as
far back as June 3, I960, when he Won the Golden Gate mile
In the record time of 1:38 3-6, an dshowed $924,630 for only 36
racer passing the $918.485 set by stymie in 131 starts.
Beaten only once as a two-year-old, by his stabiemate Be-
w'tpn. Citation went on to an amaBlng three-year-old campaign
In which he made no fewer than 20 starts, from Feb. 2 at Hlaleah
to Dec. 11, at Tanforan. He piled up $709,470 that year.
Taking the. Triple Crown, big Cy won $83,400 In the Ken-
tucky Derby $91,870 in the PreBkness, and $77,700 in the Bel-
moht. better than a quarter of a million dollars for the three
cisfslcs. No Wonder he's a millionaire today.
MODERN HORSES TO THROUGH TOUGH SCHEDULES.
It Takes plehty to develop a Jack Defflpsey of the ring, a
Babe Ruth or Walter Johnson df the diamond, a Ben Hpgeh
of the golf course. But what goes into the career of a million-
site Citation Is Just plain worry and harassment fot the owner,
the trainer and everybody elSe around .the stable. Ask such ttirf-
bun as JOe Williams, aene Leone, Killer Bloome and Senor
Andrade and his 286 partners in Saucy.
Every race of a Citation may be his last. L6t him break a
leg, and he gets the bullet. Let him bow a tendon and chances
hie he IS through. A hundred ills lurk around the stables, a
Hock of mishaps Walt for him dn the track.
The Wonder IS that so many top-flight racers are able to
last so long and pile up such formidable Winnings. Over SBOO.OOO
lor Armed. $672,520 for AsSault, $581,161 for WhiriaWay, $446,685
ht the record-setting mare Gallortt*, and noW $482.606 r the
Still more opulent BeWitch, $487,730 for Seabisrtiit, and almost
Ss much for Phalanx.
Our modem horses go through rugged seasons. Tears ago,
the big- stables disdained the winter tracks. No first-rate horso
would ee asked to race before May.
now there Is winter competition in Florid and caiifemia.
There Is a $100,000 race at Santa Anita While the Shows fly
around Belmoht, and a $90,008 Flamingo at Hlaieah ih lato
Tears ago our really great horses were raced two or three
rear, and inert sent to breeding farms, in this era of speed
and mor* speed, of track built to harass the stop Watch, our
horses go on season after season, and demonstrate incredible
durability.
Jst imaglh, if you chh. SySonby, Collh ahd the much later
Man b' W.r forcea to go through the 20-race campaign of
Citation's thre-yeat-old schedule.

big tuRf Winners sometimes had dramatic stories.
Behind the piling up of rich winnings by Citation there Is
no dramatic human stbry. Just the saga of a great horse.
There have been great horses which fought to brilliant suc-
cesses against the background of their owners' financial need.
THSr% wa, fot jafampl. th spectacular Domlrro. qwned by
James R. KSine and Wtlred in 1885 after a three-year campaign.
Well Street was giving Keenr quite a going over when no
picked up a brown horse from a breeder named B. O. Thomas.
Unbeaten as a two-year-old, Domino WOn $170.000. In his three
jeirs of racing, he put Keen back on his feet with a total
o $193.550, a spectacular achievement in those days.
What with the great Colin winning $181,810 in two racing
seasons, and Bysohby picking up $184,438 in a similarly brief
career. Keene won a tital of $558.688 with his three stars.
Terrific for its time, but hardly noteworthy when compared
With better than a million and a half that the Calumet Stable
has accounted for with Citation and whirlaway. alone.
If these figures intrigue you. go to the yearling sales In
Saratoga next month, buy yourself a nag tor a couple of Rrand,
and then sit in the clubhouse with the other tucf nabobs, over
a chilled julep, and grow rich.
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ti Iris who are spending vaca-
tions on the Isthmus. Triey w*r*:
Mies Ann Newhard, Mrs. Durwood
atrlnter, Mibs Norma Lee Vah 61-
clen, Miss Pat fctadler of Burling-
ton, N. C, Mr. Thomas Styles.
Mrs Jean ec'-'int and Miss Janet
Graham of Washington, D. C.
Ret-ent Arrivals ,
' Uta. H. C. Nielsen of the Coco
Solo Naval Station, and her mo-
ther Mrs. fiarle R. Foster, arrived
Thursday irom Norfolk. Va. Mrs.
Foster will spend some time with
her daughter and son-lh-law, Lt.
R. C. Nielsen.
VISITOR INTRODUCED AT COCKTAIL i*ARTt
Lieutenant and Mr*. Fred Wroblea entertained with a
cacktajl party at their quarters at the, Coco Solo Naval Sta-
tion Tnttrsflsv evenlh* to Intrerlttee Utcir houfcegntta, Miss
fternlte Bdrowv nd Miss Bernice Wtltk Of Chicago, whe ar-
rived last weekend by P.A.A. /Or a three weeks visit oh the
IllhttlHS.
Rougninvula, ginger lilies and
jasmine were used In the decor-
ations of the residence and the
buffet table.
The guesu were: Captain and
Mrs. L. L. Koepke, Captain and
Mrs. C. M. Dumbauld. Command-
er and Mrs. W. W.Bemla, Com-
mander and Mrs. W. D. Hint,
Commander and Mrs. R. C. Ra-,
Commander and Mrs. J. W.
Schwartz, Commander and Mrs.
T. G. White, Lt. Commander and
Mrs. P. L. Balay, Lt. Commander
and Mrs. W. J. Cottrell, Lt. Com-
mander and Mrs. C. B. Dlchl,
Major and Mrs. E. L. Hamon, Lt.
Cammander and Mrs. L. B Jen-
nings. Lt. Commander W. J.
Meagher, Mrs. Thomas Meagher,
Lt. Commander and Mrs. F. C.
Roepke, Lt. Commander and Mrs.
I. M. Rowell, captain arid Mrs.
A. 8. Baker, Jr., Lt. and Mrs. L- J.
Ducote. Lt. and Mrs. E G. Ellis,
Lt. and Mrs. W. N. Horlck, U. J.
E. Letietich, Lt. K P. Stafford,
Lt and Mrs. E. L. Lucas, and Mrs.
Kelly, Lt. and Mrs. W. E. -Sands,
Lt. and Mrs. R. L. Schaefer, Lt.
and Mrs. H. J. Thornton, Lt. and
and Mrs. G. L, Wallace, Lt. and
Mrs. H. E. Walthers, Captain and
Mrs W. C. Schmidt, Captain and
Mrs. W. R. Lindstrom, Lt. (J4i
and Mrs. J. R. Danly, Lt. < jg) and
Mrs. F. A. Krait, Lt. A. G.
Krelnberg, Lt. A. Loy, Lt. (Jg) .6. C. Mandevllle,
Lt. (Jgi and Mrs. R. C. Nielsen
and Mrs.'Earle R. Foster, Lt. (jgi
and Mrs. W. E. Ronayne, CWO
and Mrs. H. E. Pitts, CWO and
Mrs. R. L. Smith, and Ensign
John Boyer.
Luncheon and Cahssta Party
Mrs. Arnold S. Hudgins was
hostess for a luncheon and ca-
nasta party at her Qatun hdme
yesterday.
Met guests Included some of
m
Dan Sanders, son of Mrs. John
Shaw, arrived Thursday on the
Maersk Line and is trie hoiise-
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Clarke of Colon Mr. Sanders Ifi a
student at Oklahoma University.
of the members Of the 784th AAA
Pik and White carnations
were used to decorate the lunch-
eon table.
Those who participated in the
garty also Included: Mrs. James
owen, Jr., Mrs. Francis J. Robey,
of Fort Hobbe, Mrs. Ffed O,
Steiner Mrs. Maurice Webb, Mr*.
William E. Adams, Mrs. Jack
Oakley, Mrs,, John WlggS, Mr*.
Manning E. Hutchlnson. Mrs. Ml-
lo S. Gardner, Mr*. James Jes,
Mrs. f J. Verga. MM. Truman
Bennett, Mr*. Robert Carroll.
Mrs. George W. Kennedy, Mrs. W.
D. Bailey, Mrs. A. E. Hill. Mrs.
Louis Fournler, Mrs. Otiflld Pr-
M, Jr.. Mrs. John BOfKa, Mrs.
Kerdls Mepks, Mr. W-C. Schmidt
and Mrs. Walter Skelstaltls, Jr.
Miss Martha Bell White,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
White of firaaos Heights, arrived
by plane Wednesday to spend trie
remainder of the summer with
her parents. Miss White Is a stu-
dent at wesleyan College at Ma-
cn, Georgia, and has been visit-
ing friends In Havana, Cuba.
Visitor Fi-oth Brasil
Miss Linda Boehrihger,of Sad
Paulo, Braill, arrived by "Bfahlff
weaheetiay evening aha over-
nighted at El Panam Hotel. She
is th nOuseguest of Miss pat
Casswell, daughter Of Mr. and
Mrs. William,caaewell o Marga-
rita. Miss caseweil and mus
Boehrlhgef Were roommates
while StUdfcntS at the Wood Sec-
retarial College ih New Ydrk.
miss Boehrtnier is en route to
Washington, D. C
Ron Voyage Luncheon
For Mrs. Lamer
A group of ladies entertained
Thursday with a luncheon at ttte
Fort Davis Officers Club in hon-
or of Mrs. Thomas M Lamer, the
wife of the Commanding Officer
of Fort Davis, who is leaving this
month for the 8tates.
Mrs. Sanford Goodman, pres-
ented the honorfe a gift from the
ladles present. Mrs. James Jess,
representing the Fort Davis La-
dies' Club gave Mrs. Larner a
farewell gift, and Mrs. John
Wlggs presented a gift on behalf
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Evening Circle Meeting
The Evening Circle of the Cris-
tobal Union Church will meet on
Mopday at 7:80 p.m. in the heme
of Mrs. J. M. llmkemahn at the
American Bible Society Building.
Mrs. Phljlp Havener will be eo-
hostess for the evening.
Mrs. Herbert Tucker Will be the
guest speaker and tell of the work
of the Salvation Army in Pana-
m.
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Cristobal Star Club
Meeting
The Cristobal Star Club held a
morning coffee ana meeting
Thursday at the Cristobal Ma-
sonic Tempi?. Mrs. Kenneth For-
rest, Mrs. W. T. Jefferies and
Mrs. G, H. Starbe were cb'host-
esses.
The other ladies present were:
Mrs. 8am Roe, Mrs. William
wray, Mi's. Michael Barjoaky,
Mrs. John Crone, and Mrs. Thom-
as Marsh. ...
The nekt meeting Will be held
in the evening.
Hospital Nate
Mr. William A. Van Blclen, Jr.,
and Mr, Wehdell G. Cotton, of
Gatun, are patients in Gorges
Hospital. -
Ml Fahle Complimented
With Farewell Party
A group of her fellow claaS-
mfttee at Cristobal High School
arrange ah outdoor supper pat-
ty at the Point in New Cristobal
Thursday evening for Miss Virgi-
nia Fkhie who is leaving soon te
reside in the States.
Following the supper the girls
spent the night with Mls Len-
eve Dough. Those who partici-
pated In the party were: Nancy
Karlger, Barbara Hlckey, Jo-
Anne Recela, Karen Stroop, Dia-
ne Dare, Betty Flenniken Ann
Thomas, Mercedes Peterson Jea-
nine Ni, Jackie Boyle, Nellie
Holgerson. and Margaret Ridge,
and Messrs: Vernon Bryant, Bob
Ballev, Bob Bleakley, John Rob-
erts, Bob Orvls, Paul Whltlork.
Duke LaFrance, Jerry Dare Les
Rhlhehart. Tahhadge Baiter, Bob
Sievers, Garitn croft. Trevor
Simons, Bob Maloney. Bob Bai-
ter, Noel McGinn and Dick Reed.
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Sun. "I WAS A COMMl'NIST
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'BANDIT RANGER'
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Joseph COTTEN
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Gov. Warren Carries War To
Enemy (Crime Probers) Camp
TALLAHASSEE, Pla., July
21 (UP) Oov. Fuller Warern
declined to discuss yesterday
whether he sent an undercover
Investigator into the hdtne
states of . 8. Senate CWme
Committee members.
Expense account* filed by *.
J. Elliott, special i&Vestigator
lor tha Governor, showed he
made trips to Maryland and
New Hampshire. The investigat-
or spent $20 for photostattc co-
|MH U l eatnfaitn expense
statement filed by Sen. Charles
Tebey, R., R. H, ahd Bought a
copy ot Maryland's election
laws, The expense accounts were
rJUBllshed by the Taitlpa Morn-
ing Tribune.
Elliott could have been col-
lecting lntormatioh on Tohey
and Sen. Herbert R. p'Conor, D.,
Md., Chairman ot the crime
committee members.
The Oovernor challenge* O'-
Conor, Tobey and Sens. Lester
C. Hunt, p., wyo., nt Estes Ke-
fauveh, D., TBnn., to debate
him in Miami on the Subject df
gambling. The crime committee
members Ignored the challenges.
Warren also has not com-
mented yet on the Senate Com-
mittee's statement Thurday that
It has abandoned further In-
vestigation of crime in Florida
because Warrert had uKed "every
possible excuse" to avoid tetl-
fylna under oath.
The governor is expected to
take a patting shot at the com-
mittee Which unsuccessfully "in-
vited," "urged" afta lulipoenaed
him.
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MORRISON'S
No. 4 rourlh f July An.
rho.i 2-M41
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SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
no. u won ink atraat.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 17 "H" fttotlNMt
No. 11.17 Ct.Ual vs.CoM.
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Minimum for
12 word*
3* each additional
word.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Solid mahogany ward-
robe 68 x 67 x 20. May be seen
V 'ot 833-B, Balboa, between 5 and
7.
'FOR SALE:9 Ft. 25 cycle Westing-
house All-Porcelain Refrigerator,
' Rugs, 4 Piece Bedroom Suite, Rot-
- tan Choir, Automatic Tooster,
."Drapes, Window Shades for 2-
Bedroom 4-Fomily, Workbench,
25 cycle Alarm, 25-60 cycle Halli-
" crofter Radio, etc .612-D. Coco-
- 'li. after 4 p. m. Fridoy, oil doy
" !Soturday and Sunday.
BARGAIN Leaving furniture: liv-
" ngroom, diningroom, bedroom set.
Silver .articles. Option to apart-
ment. No. 19, Apt. I, 46th Street.
telephone 3-3392. ______
FOR SALESofa and choir to match.
Dinette Set, table 4 chairs buffet,
China closet, chest of drawers
Ichilds). Swing. Picnic table and
bench. 2 wicker choirs. Green
shades and lattice. Ice box West-
inghouse 3 Yr. guarantee 25 cycle.
Washing machine 25 cycle. Elec-
tric fan 25 cycle. Electric tools_25
motors to each Toble saw. Bond
saw ,jig saw, sproy outfit, Sander.
Car 1941 Pcntioc, good tronsporta-
' tion. House 513 1 -2 St. New Cris-
tobal.
FOR SALE
Automobile
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE:1950 Oldsmobil, Club
Coupe 88, dark grey, radio, lets
" than 4.000 miles, excellent con-
dition. Coll 2-3190 or coll ot
0426, Apt. F, Ancon, after 5 p. m.
FOR SALE: 1949 Kaiser 4-door,
less than 15,000 miles, $1,100.00.
New Cristobal 170-C.
Oo you tea** armkiaa orofclom?
Writo Alcoholici Aoonymod
tai 2091 Aswan. C. X.
FOR SAL
Miscellaneous
FO RSALE:1937 Ford, duly paid.
$100.00. Coco Solo 324-A, phone i
_ 570._________________________________
FOR SALE:1951 Chrysler Windsor
De Luxe (Fluidorotic Drivel con-
tact Sgt. W. S. Pratt. Albrook
7257.
FOR SALE:Good breed puppies, 8
weeks old. End of 9th Street, Par-
que Lefevre, Vilar family, Barria-
da del Panam Amrica.
FOR SALE: Unclaimed recaped
tires. Planta Good Year of Panama.
Jernimo de la Ossa St. No.. II.
FOR SALE:1946 Chevrolet 1 1-2
ton stake truck. Duty poid. Tel.
Panama 2-0620. The Texas Co.
I Panama I Inc.
Tune-up speciolist The Electric Au-
to Lite Co. authorized service igni-
tion and corburatiory Servicio de
Motores S. A. (Morios VillarreolJ
H. St. No. 34. Tel. 2-1746.
FOR SALE:One 1941 Buick 2-door
special, new tires, runs good, $225.
00. 551-B. Curundu Hgts.

FOR SALE: Innerspring mattress,
sprir^js. Two 25 cycle 1 -4 H. P.
motors. One complete Coldspot
freezing unit. Norge 9 cu. ft. re-
frigerator. 3 green porch shades.
13 louvres. Miscellaneous dishes.
House 212-D. Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE. 1949 Chevrolet. 2-
Door. Do Luxe 20,500 miles,
block, undercoated, new tires, new
battery, seat covers, original own-
er. Excellent condition. 1648-E.
Dioblo. Phone 87-4278.
FOR SALE:1942 Ford 6 cylinder
4 door sedan! Good engine and
body. $325. Three wheel motor
scooter frame with parts, needs
work. Coll 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 Generol Manager. Commis-
sary Division, Mt. Hope. C. Z., un-
til 3:00 p. m., Thursday. August
9. 1951, when they will be open-
ed in public, for' furnishing 270,-
000 pounds, or alternatively 135.-
000 pounds of Fine Granulated
Sugar. Forms of proposol, with fu
particulars, may be obtained in
the office of the Supply Cr Ser-
vice Director, Bolboa Heights, or
of the General Manager, Com-
missary Division. Mt. Hope, C. Z.
RESORTS
lltiai. Beach cottages, Santa Clara,
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Ponama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
Gramlich't Santa Clara beoch-
cottoges. Electric lc boxes, got
tovas, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 ot 4-567
Willioms Sonta Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frigidaires. Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR RENT
House
FOR RENT: In Arroi|in furnished
five room concrete cottage, 6 1-2
miles from Locona Navy Bose, sign
at entrance. Johnson.
FOR RENT
Apartment
ALHAMIRA A'ARTMINTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061. lOfh
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
We run a PERMANENT
BARGAIN SALE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEMS
where the
FINEST QUALITY PAINTS
are priced LOWER
than the cheapest.
Why not save money
buy Inn the best?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
279 Central Ave.
Tel. 3-0140.
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
ror CUSHION Sl.lf-iovnt no
K-tPHOL8TEBI.NO call us ot vlli
our show-room Cuotom bath furni-
ture our poclollljr Soa our Doco-
ralor-a KanrW tree tatlauteo NA-
TIONAL UPHOLSTERf (A Horca) J.
P. de la On No. 77 (Auto Row)
New Telephone 1-4SXS
FOR SALE:1940 Chevrolet Coupe
good condition and tires, S320.00pCqr jaLE:1941 Ford 4-door se-
cash. 0825 Plank St.. Bolboo.
i
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FOR SALE: Washing mochine in
good condition. Cheop. No. 25,
Chle Avenue, Apt. 3.
FOR SALE: Mohogony 39" bed
complete with coil spring and mot-
tress. Uruguay St. No. 23.
FOR SALE:1950 Oldsmobile 76,
four door sedon. Standard Trans-
mission. Only 8.500 miles. Like
new. $1,800.00. Call Navy 2295.
4-7 p. m. Soturday or Sunday.
dan 29.000 miles, duty poid. $400.
00. Also bedroom set. 8062, 8th St.
Bitween Melendei-Santa Isabel
Ave., Colon.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished-3 room
apartment, separate, maid's room.
Three months' lease. $125.00
month. Mafy'sol Apts. 73-A Justo
Arosemena Ave Near U. S. Em-
bassy. Coll 2-2341.
FQR SALE:_Servel
n?w. Cedar wardrobe new.
beam mixer. Automatic tooster.
House 326. Coco Solo, Tel. 246.
FOR SALE: 1950 Dodge 4 Dr.
Sedon. 6,500 miles. Extras. Ex-
cellent condition. $2,000.00.
Phone Bolboo 2-3252.
gas ^"^for SALE:_19S1 MMrykort Se~-
don. Many extras. 3,900 miles
--T r- pmND
LOST:Billfold money and voluoble
%>' papers. Reword. Box 256, Balboa.
Will consider trade on two small
cars. Balboa 2-3069. .. j
FOR SALE:Buick. 1948. 4 door
sedan, radio, puncture proof tubes,
duty paid. Moy be financed. Tel.
Panama 3-3323. ______
FOR SALE:Lote 1947 Nash 600
c-- S800. Col. A. A. Grebe. Balboa
6361._______________________ _____
Just received another large shipment
of universal parts for all cars
TROPICAL MOTORS.
FOR SALE:Piano-verticol
Inquire 9065 Apt. H,
Wilcox Apts. Colon.
Mothers, child speciolists recommend
JUMPING-JACK Shoes for correct
walking hobits from cradle to 4
years. Exclusively of BABYLAN-
DIA. No. 40, 44fr\ srteet. Bello
Vista, Tel. 3-1259. __________
FOR SALE: Bflpks and bookcase,
wire dress form, RCA ironer, elec-
tric mixer, electric clock, porch
screens, miscellaneous furniture,
including coffee and telephone
tables, tea wagon; glasses, miscel-
laneous kitchen equipment and
household goods. House 519-A,
Ancon Boulevord. ,
FOR SALE:Any item seen in our
store. Porker pens, desk sets, cos-
turo jewelry greetirtg cards, Chinese
figurines. Ink, stationery, toys,
wrapping paper, Morrison Novelties.
FOR RENTModern.furnished apart-
ment for couple or small family.
All conveniences, $60.00 monthly.
Poitllla Airport Rood No. 121.
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
bedroom, sitting-room and dining-
room, kitchen, both at No 20 Via
Espaa, see De Castro B Avenue
No. 24. Phone 2-1616, Panoma.
7th. St.' FOR RENT:Four 2 bedroom oport-
ments, maid's room, garage. Re-
cently constructed. "D" street "El
Cangreio. near Hotel El Panami.
Tel: 2-0313 3-0460.
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed-
room opartment for three bochi-
lors, Frigidoira. bolcony, also %-
chelor opartment. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT: Furnished opartment,
43rd Street and Mexico Avenue.
Tel. 3-0140. Panomi.
FOR RENT:1 bedroom apartment,
Peru Avenue No. 47, phone 3-
0746, Panami. '
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR SALE:1949 "88" Oldsmobile
sedan: Excellent condition. Hydra-' FOR SALE:Amateur radio trans-
motic rod.o. seatcoves and 6 ex- mitter, 813 final. 175 watts, w.th
client tires. Firt $1.500.00 takes
the cor. Phone PAD 83-5277.
4 Coor
FOR SALE:1940 Pockord
e.j-n ry.., D0id. Price 250.00.
1560-A. Govilon Area, Bolboa.
FOR SALE
**oats *' Motors
FOR SALE:"Croe" 24 Ft. tunnel
stern flat bottom riverboat with
screened cobin. Willys motor, at
Gamboa Yocht Club. cont%t Wal-
bridge. Gamboa Fire Station.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished large
e'eon room. Seo view. To respect-
able gentleman. Phone 2-1605.
ICA
just arrived
a Leica lightmeter
a Laica tripod
a Hector lenses
a Leica carrying cases
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC.
(adlnlnlnsj International Hotel)
or Camera tore
(Loot Hole! "El Panano")

DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
to TlvoU Ave. Apt. 1
Office: Tel. Z-31 Home: 3-4M7
HOURS: Monday thru Friday
to 12 am.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
to 8 p.m.
Saturday t a.m. to 1 p.m.
FOR SALE:"Undo Jo" 26' Cy- _
press hull, ook struts, oak keel. | FOR SALE:
new installed Lothrop marine en-
gine. Mcv be een Sunday on Ma-
rine Roilwoy. Gomboo Yocht Club.
Phone 6-225.
Meissner EX model Vfo. com-
plete, for 25-60 cycle. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3173.
FOR SALE:Cocker Spaniel, good
breed. No./11 First Street, Parque j
Lefevre. Tel. 3-2662.
FOR SALE:Louson scooter, $90;'
1-2 HP motor 25 Cyl., $25; I 1-2
Kva Homelite plant $25; Boy's
bicycle. $15; Ping-pong toble.
$10; Rodiator V8, $20. Qtri. 5731
Diablo, Tel. 2-2148.
FOR SALE:Lattice for basement,
large wardrobe trunk, rodio-pho-
nogroph, cheap. 834-A, Bolboo.
FOp *ALE:Strcnn St'irdv Boot Hull
36* x 11' $800.00. Cristobal 3-
1413.
Large Mastodon Bone
l",..M.ri flv Iowa School
WATERLOO, la. Julv 21.
(U.P.i. Two fourth grade
school Duoils discovered a large
bone durln a field trio near
here and It turned out to be
the upper leu bone of a mas-
todon.
Dr. C. W. Lantz. head of the
science deoartment at Iowa
State Teacher College fieured
the bone had welshed 40 to 50
pounds. He said the animal ao-
nenred In America about 10.-
000.000 vean aeo and was com-
mon as late as 300,000 vears
ago.
He said the animal was a-
bout the size of an Indian el-
ephant and had powerful lens.
Western style soddle,
new condition, will sacrifice.
House 752-C. Bolboa, telephone 2-
3401.
FOR SALE:HAM rodio transmitter,
V. F. O. real bargom. Federico
Boyd Avenue, No. 4. Tel. 3-3374.
iust right for
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WANTED
Miorellaneou
WANTED:Crib, bothinette. ploy-
pen In good condition. Phone
743 Coco Solo.
WANTED: Buyers, hurry! Show
your speed. Come and buy! We
must eot. Morrison Novelties,
across Ancon Postoffice.
WANTED: Clients'for magazines,
McCall Patterns, greeting cards.
Birthday oresents. Office supplies.
At Morrison Novelties, ocross the
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Cuban Polticos
Publicly Debate
Graft Charges
HAVANA, July 21 (UP) Ed-
ucation Minister Aurelio Sanchez
and opposition Sen. Eduardo
Chibas will debate their differ-
ences on a nation-wide radio and
television program today.
The encounter will be present-
ed as a formal debate on Chibas'
charges that Sanchez has been
using government funds to build
a housing development in Guate-
mala for his personal profit.
The debate will take place In a
reception room at the Ministry
of Education In the presence of
about 100 spectators. Each speak-
er will be allowed half an hour to
present his case. Four leading
newspapermen will serve as judg-
es.
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that many old stubborn casca of long
landing have yielded to Its influence
Moono's Emerald Oil (full strengtht Is
sold by druggists everywhere to help rid
you of stubborn Dimples and unsiahtly
skin troubles
Ancient Stones
For US Church '
MEMPHIS, Tenn. July 21.
(U.P.) Stones from five an-
cient centers of Christianity
will become part of the altar
at St. John's Episcopal Church
here.
The stones will come from an
11th centurv chapel In Canter-
bury Cathedral, from Jerusalem,
from Ephesus. Alexandria. E-
gypt and f'om Rome.
The Rev. Alfred Loarlng-
Clark. rector of St. John's, said
the five stones will become
part of the mensa, top slab of
the altar. In Episcopal church-
es, there are five crosses In
the mensa, symbolizing the five
wounds of Christ.
Water Pistol
Squirting Ruled
Too Colorful
HUNTTNOTON. W. V. July
21. (UP.I. A rash Of Juvenile
water pistol sauirtine here drew
official reprimands from Mayor
W. W. Payne.
Payne told parents their
youngsters not onlv risked ar-
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The ammunition being used
bv the small fry no'shener-
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CHAMPAIGN, 111., July 21 (UP)
The nude body of a pretty high
school girlraped, stabbed 45
times with an awl. and strangled
with a blue necktiewas found
yesterday in the bedroom of her
home.
Police questioned a family
friend who admitted visiting the
houae before the slaying of
brown-haked Janet Clark, 17.
Dr. Max Appel said an autop-
sy showed she had been raped
and died of hemorrhage and
shock. The stab wounds pene-
trated her heart, lungs and ab-
domen, and she had been beat-
en about the face.
Police Capt. Russell Burke said
that Peter Parmer, 37, a friend
of the .girl's father, admitted
calling at the home In the morn-
ing. He said he also was' there
the previous night. He denied the
slaying.
Parmer said he talked with the
girl through a screen door In the
morning, asked for her father
and left when told that Paul
Clark had gone to work.
A watch with a broken strap
was found near the girl's body,
and Parmer admitted owning one
with a broken strap but said he
must have dropped it when he
called at the house the previous
night.
He was held for questioning
and demanded a lawyer.
The 8tabber's awl, a leather-
working Instrument shaped like
an Ice pick, was found under the
bed beside the body. It belonged
to the girl's father, who kept it
in the kitchen.
A neighbor, Mrs. Elizabeth
Foote, discovered the girl's body
with the .necktie bound tlghtl
around the neck on the floor of
her father's bedroom.
Mrs. Foote said she entered the
Clark home after becoming sus-
Slcious of a man she saw In th
ack yard.
Police said two persons told
him they saw Parmer's station
wagon parked a half block from
the Clark home during the morn-
ing. One said he saw a man an
swerlng Parmer's description
drive off a few minutes before
the girl's body was found.
Janet had been keeping house
for her father since her mother
died a year ago. She was the fi-
ancee of Ralph Chandler, her
high school sweetheart now in
the Navy. Mrs. Foote said she saw
a man dash across the Clark's
back yard, hiding his face from
her.
Police said that rugs were
torn up and ash trays and
chairs overturned in the living ;
room adjoining the bedroom in ,<
the Clark home, indicating a
struggle had occurred.
There were no signs of a strug-
gle in the bedroom where th
girl's body was found.
Her pajama top was found on
a chair In the living room, th
bottom on the floor.
Janet's father said he left for
work about 8 a.m. He said his
daughter still was In bed when
he left and that the doors and
windows In the house were lock-
ed.
Burke said apparently the girl
let the man in, as there was no
Indication that doors or windows
were forced. Mrs. Foote said the
back door was unlocked.
Mississippi Democrats
Indicted For Job Selling
Legionnaires Bid
Friends To Dance
At Club Tonight
Tonight American Legion-
naires launch an ambitious en-
tertainment program with a big
free dance at the new Canal-side
home of Legion Post No. 1 (Old
Sallfish Club Building.) Compli-
mentary tickets for friends may
be secured from members.
It it planned to hold bi-month-
ly dances in the upstairs ball-
room with the best bands avail-
able.
The Teen-Agers will open the
Midsummer dance season In ear-
ly August with entertainment
and dancing. These dances to
become a'regular feature of the
Legion's responsibility to see that
the younger set have a place to
spend their spare evenings amid
surroundings with proper com-
panions.
JACKSON. Miss.. July 21 (UP)
Twelve persons, Including the
top leaders of the Mississippi pro-
Truman State Democratic Com-
mittee, have been indicted by a
Federal Grand Jury on charges of
conspiracy in connection with
the sale'of federal Jobs it was
announced here last night.
Those Indicted included Forrest
B. Jackson, a local attorney who
served as legal counsel for the
pro-Truman "State Democratic
Executive committee.
The others Indicted were Mr.
and Mrs. C. V. Murphy of Win-
ona. Miss., who were accused by
witnesses during a Senate Inves-
tigations committee hearing here
of accepting money In return for
post office jobs.
The special 22-man Federal
Gpand Jurv was called into ses-
sion here July 9 and completed
GOP Kansan Claims
Ike-For-Presidenl
Boom Is Under Way
By DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON. July 21Har-
ry Darby, popular OOP national
commltteeman from Kansas,
gave Impatient Elsenhower boost | jam twisters, ana "spine .1
ers a reassuring word the other, are only a iew of tne names of
day. the concoctions 49 Gin facouts ai e
putting together and eating at
its hearings Wednesday after
hearing testimony from 147 wit-
nesses.
The Grand Jury probe followed
an investigation Into the job-sell-
ing charges by a Senate sub-com-
mittee headed by Sen. Clydt
Hoey, D N.C.
When the Senate committe
hearings ended here several
weeks ago, committee member
Sen. Karl Mundt, R.. S.D.. mad
the statement that the commit-
tee had unearthed one of th
"most vicious" rackets in history
and he said that "someone will
surely go to jail for perjury."
During the committee hear-
ings. Jackson was grilled at great
length regarding a J1000 bill
which a witness said he. gave
Jackson during a conversation
regarding a federal Job.
O
'Blushing Bunny! Is Pet
Dish of Girl Scout Cooks
Gypsy stew, blushing bunny,
Visiting In Sen, Frank Carl-
son's office in Washington, Dar-
by told friends: "We don't have
managers or an organization for
Eisenhower-for-Pre8ldent, and
we don't need them. If the gen-
eral wants the nomination, no
one can stop him. The grass roots
of the Republican Party, the men
Camp Trbol the Girl Scout Day
Camp being held at the for. -.
CAAirC Building at Albrook. this
summer.
Units are under the direction
of Mrs. G. Mc. Brandl. Mrs. R.
C. Stockham and Mrs. W. N.
Pence of Balboa and Mrs. G.
Balbirnie of Rousseau. Girls
State Sets Record
In Tax Legislation
In Tax Lawmaking
CHICAGO. Julv 21. (UP.).
State legislatures this year
have set a new record in pas-
sing tax legislation, the Com-
merce Clearing House reported.
It said the 44 legislatures in
session approved more than 800
bills relating to taxation.
The information service re-
ported, moreover, that there
are strong possibilities that
special sessions will be called
later this vear to consider ad-
ditional tax legislation.
Not all the bills Increased
taxes, but a spokesman for the
CCH said a large percentage
did Others, he said, tightened
enforcement of ex^Mn laws
nd eliminated loop boles.
running for mayor and sheriff pittn tne|r menus wlthl na bud-
" get, shop for their food with Mrs.
Mabel Landress of Fort Clayton,
cook their food under army kit-
chen flies on home made fire-
places, then eat their masterpiec-
es with hungry gusto. Units com-
plete their out-of-door cooking
program with washing and ster-
ilizing their dishes.
Besides this extensive camp
cooking program, girls are mak-
ing Panamanian tembleques un-
der the expert guidance ol Mrs.
George Angelini of Panama and
are working on the Bird Finders
Badge with Mrs. V. B. Olsen of
Albrook. Units are making nose-
bags for their lunches, purses out
of coconuts, book-ends of maho-
gany decorated with shells found
on their trip to Far Fan Beirh.
andsStenclled T shirts with their
unit emblem. Mrs. Earl Robi^r >i
of Panama, the nurse In charge
of camp, is doing the 2nd Class
Health and Safety requirements
with Unit 1 and Outdoor Safetv
Badge with Units 3 and 5. Girls
are also doing the Minstrel
Badge and conducting a Sing To-
gether each morning for the en-
tire camp. Another Interesting
Badge being accomplished at
and congressman, want a winner
and no Statehouse boss or Wash-
ington political czar is going to
ram anyone else down their
ohroats."
Darby, who served in the Sen-
ate briefly with 1 aft, pooh-pooh-
ed the claims of Taft backers
that he has delegations sewed
up In New England and the
South.
"If the general Is willing, nei-
ther Taft nor anyone else will be
able to hold any captive delega-
tions," predicted Darby. "Gener-
al Elsenhower would get conven-
tion votes from Maine to Missis-
sippi, and get electoral votes In
November in the Deep South."
The Kansan, who is a picker of
palomino horses as well as poli-
ticians, frankly admitted he had
no assurances from Eisenhower
that he was a candidate or that
he was even a dyed-ln-the-wool
Republican.
However, he confided, "The on-
ly way to clean up and straight-
en up the Government is through
the party out of power, and I feel
sure that when the time comes
for the general to make up his
mind, he'll see it that way."
Python Strikes
Against Mirror
Over Its Pool
MILWAUKEE. July 21. (UJ.l.
The 22-foot python at Mil-
waukee's Washington Park Zoo
went on strike against a mir-
ror Installed over his pool to
give visitors a better view of
the big snake.
The pvthon sulked and re-
fused to go near the pool. Zoo
authorities said he apparently
was afraid of his reflection In
the mirror.
After two weeks, the python
succumbed to the tempting
water and slithered back Into
the pool. However, he kept his
head out on land where be
couldn't see the mirror.
seau is the Director of the sec-
ond year of Camp Trbol the In-
termediate Day Camp and Mis.
i'. J. Heldenrelch of Curundu is
her assistant.
Junior Counselors on the Camp
Staff are: RocheUe Stubblefleld,
Gloria Morton. Ruth Ronson. Al
Ice Hagborg and Judy May.
Smithsonian Exhibits
Fish-Eating Bat
WASHINGTON. July 21.
(UP.). A flsheatlng bat
whose hunting methods resem-
ble a seagull's has been placed
among the mammal specimens
o the Smithsonian Institute.
,It Is the Plzonyx bat. one ot
the least-known of North Ame-
rican mammals. Its home is in
the rocks of the small, unin-
habited islands of the Gulf of
California and it confines Al*
diet to fish.
Smithsonian says the Plzonyx
swoops low over the water and
snags small fish with Its long,
thin, bladelike claws. Although!
It does not submerge in Its
hunC It occasionally gets wet.
500 Guests Go Along
On This Honeymoon
CHICAGO. July 21. (UP.).
The 500 guests who at-
tended the wedding of Mar-
Jorie Pratt and Leo Elton went
along on their honeymoon.
Miss Pratt and Elton, were
camp is the Rambler badge which \ married aboard the SS North
Includes nature projects and > American, bound for Mackinac
hiking. |Island at the north end of
Mrs. Harold Harstad of Rous- Lake Michigan.


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Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
v.VHATTAN ET PAREE CONFIDENTIAL
Nancy Kelly, of "Season in the Sun," is quick on the recovery.
fter the split-out from writer William Robson" (now on the
oast) the new click was quickWalter Kinsella, the actor...
like Todd, miffed because his name was twinned with Joyce
Afathews' in an afternoon column, complained to one of the
gossiper's bosses. The retort was, "Why don't you sue?" He won't
...Billy Rose packs a J5-callbre pistol. Bang-bane. I mean plng-
plnr,.....That loveliest looker in Reuben's last night was Marie
Culleii, one of our superior models, now the bride of a St. Louis
hotel chief...Lois Andrews (Waiter would call her the Dagmar
of her day) is back, looking her old sylph... Among celebs at
th Blue Angel, relishing the rhythms of Eadle and Rack, was
lellow-author Polly Adler.
The mldtowners are still shaking shocked heads.over
the original pen source of the tale of that tripof ''Wil-
liam and Joyce Rosenberg" to Montreal. It broke In a
newspaper feature which had never before dealt in that
type of tip-off. The eode of the regular columnists, by
gentlemen's agreement, almost never consciously violated,
is: "No inside stuff on escapades, of married men!"
Abel Green, able editor of Variety, Just back from Paris, his
old beat, submits addenda on the true tale about "Bon Homme"
("My Man1*) which was transplanted for Fanny Brice. It was
written for Mlstinguett by Maurice Yvaln (pronounced as I
spelled it, Evan) who Is still alive. The lyric was by Albert Wlle-
mete and Jacques Charles. Channlng Pollock, who often collabor-
ated with Rennold Wolf, is credited solo for the English transla-
tion.
Green and his ever-youthful Grace were in Paris with Irving
Berlin and his daughter. Mary Ellin. They attended the top-brass-
and-elite wedding of Wlllemetz's son. who married an American
girl. Wllemetz is president of SACEM, French counterpart of our
ASCAP. (SACEM stands for Soclete des Auteurs. Compositeurs et
Edlteurs de Muslque). It Is the daddy of such institutions.
Two things struck Berlin as unique or funny: 1 that a
civil marriage precedes a church wedding, and the latter
kra't legal without the civil one first. Thus. Irving and
Mary Ellin attended the civil wedding on Friday and the
church wedding on Saturday. ?., that it was cute to see
both the bride's Yank family and the groom's French
family, neither able to converse in French and/or English,
but making themselves understood despite the linguistic
barriers. Young Willemts worked In the New York branch
of G. Ricordi. the Milan music publisher, and met his
bride In the D. S......It was a gala event, with Yvonne
Prlntemps singing, the Gallic equivalent of "O Promise
Me," etc. The WiHemeties' home is in a fashionable suburb
not far from Versatile. Right after the wedding, Irving
and Mary Ellin drove to Desoville, where he made her
set X hundreds of franca on 17she thought It wss up In
Important monev, but when she cashed In her chips she
won exactly SIC. .
Labor Mews
And
(Comment
Davids Dilemma
YVillemeti usually does the French lyric translation of the top
legit musicals as they come to Parishe did Berlin's "Annie Get
STour Gun" for Robert Lehmann at the Theatre Chatelettast year.
So happened that Berlin was in Paris then, too, when he taw
"Annie" (in French) for the first time. The title was "Annie du
Far-West," since the idiomatic "get-your-gun" defies transla-
tion, but "Far-West" (for some reason thev alwavs hyphenate
certain words, such as New-York, for example). Is known to* the
French from the western movies. ("Cowboy" is pronounced
"cuv-boy.")
, Mistlnguett was dancing with Harry Pllcer at Le Lido, and
Abel asked about her debacle here at Daros La Martinique. She
started telling how well she did In Montreal (correct!), and blam-
ed -the management for her no-blz at La Martinique (not so
correct!). But she piped up. "Well. I'll show them In New York
next vear." Don't forget, here's a kid of 80 or 82 who's got money
back-to-back, worrying about "making good." It's her future that
bothers her.
Mons. Yvaln tutored Roger Rico In the English phrasing of
the "South Pacific" score. As you khow, Rico Is the latest successor
to the Pinza original. Mrs. Glnette Spanier. a patron of the arts in
Paris, sorts "discovered" Rico for Joshua Logan. As we all now
know, a prime concern with the basso, who is a lammister from
'he French Opera, was not his voice, but his parlez 'lAnglalse de-
triment. Yvaln taught him the lyrics phonetically.
Rico Is a real-life Emile de Becque, I.e., he is rich.
'arried, has two children and Is a plantation-owner. Just
like in the "SP" script. His plantation comprises vineyards
in North Africa. He's a fabulous liver. He brought over a
valet and governess.at first, and his entourage now com-
prises a chef and other luxury appurtenances. When he
auditioned for Rodgers A- Hammrrstein they started to
talk dough, starting at 11.OM. Rico said he just came over
to demonstrate his voicethe sordid economic details
were for his agent. But he let drop the hint that Sl.aon. a
week was like a tip to a bellhop to him. The deal, as it
new stands, is for $2,900 the first six months, and $2,50
a week for nine more monthsa firm 45-month commit-
ment.
RAH don't believe in stopgap bookings. That kayoed Maurice
Chevalier for the London company, opposite Mary Martin. The
Gallic Lip Kid wanted only six months, as he has commitment.1:
for the Empire Theatre, Paris, which Pierre-Louis Guerln and
Rene Fraday are planning as the new "opposition" to the time-
honored Folies Bergere. .Oscar Hammersteln 2d was on the Pan-
Air plane from Paris to NYhe had Just hopped over for a night
from London, to o.o. "Carousel." now In Its second year there, and
set up "SP," which debuts In November. That means "Carousel"
shifts from the Drury Lane to another theatre. That show. "Okla-
homa!", "New Moon'* and "Desert Song." on all four o which
staainersteiri soloed or collabed the libretto, now hold the longest -
run records in the Drury Lane's more-than-250-vear hlstorv.
That Oscar wins a perennial-Oscar for show biz and for himself
BY CHARLES E. WILSON
Director of Defense Mobilisation
(Victor Riesel Is on vacation.
Charles E. Wilson Director of
Defense Mobilisation Is substl-
tulng for bias today as special
guest columnist.;
WASHINGTON. Thousands
of words have been printed in
this and other newspapers dis-
cussing the basic premise of the
defense mobilisation program.
That premise simply is that the
free world is In mortal danger,
but that It Is still possible to
save It.
The direction of the mobili-
sation of the nation's economy
for defense was given to the
Office Mobilization by the Pre-
sident. The ODM staif is bend-
ing every effort to carry out
the Presidentas Instructions for
this program, which is directed
toward prevention ol a third
world war.
It stands to reason that if
the people were not convinced
that It is still possible to save
the situation, it would be
impossible to vote the vast
sums that are now being;
spent to avert the danger.
At the same time, It would
be impossible to convert our
industrial plants, to conserve
scarce materials, to place res-
trictions on credit, and to do
all the others things necessary
to safeguard our country and
the free world from the men-
acing cloud that hangs over us.
We are off to a good start
and we have made progress,
with the support of publle opi-
nion. But that support must be
continuous if the mobilization
Job la to be successfully com-
pleted. There would be no pro-
blem along this line if the
enemy had attacked In Wash-
ington or New York Instead of
Korea.
It Is. of course, understand-
able that people's Imaginations
are sharpened only bv the im-
mediacy of danger. The only
way to keen disaster away from
our shores is to build Ameri-
ca's might. The people must be
convinced of that and act ac-
cordingly.
That, of course. Is not an
easy thing to do.
The average citizen is likely
to wonder whv world affairs
should invade the privacy of
his dally lifeespecially when
the effects of mobilization are
brought home to him In terms
of the amount of take-home
pay or the price of food and
other things he and his family
need.
As time goes on and the
tempo of the mobilization pro-
gram increases, the average
citizen will realise more and
more that the relationship is
an intimate one.
The problem of public mor-
ale is complicated by the act-
ivities of some members of
the so-called pressure croups.
In the long run, such groups
industry, labor and agri-
cultureterid to balance ono
another. But in times like the
present when the whole eco-
nomy is being re-shaped
by the great demands of this
historic hour, the only pres-
sure that should be exerted
la the pressure to get the Job
done and make the nation
strong.
I hope that the country is
beginning to realize that de-
fense mobilization does not
mean a choice between big
business or big labor, small
business or agriculture, but ra-
ther a fusing of all the seg-
ments of our population in a
great common effort to prevent
a third world war.
The National Advisory Board
on Mobilization Policy is one
of the instruments which I am
hopeful will be helpful in ad-
vancing the mobilization pro-
gram, as Indeed it has already
started to do. This seventeen-
man Board, of which I am
Chairman. Is composed of four
men from agriculture, four
from management, four from
labor and four from the ften-
eral public.
Incidentally, the President
has emphasized that all mem-
bers of the Board, no matter
from what segment they come,
are primarily representatlvea of
the American people as a
whole. This Board Is made up
of eminent men who. I am
convinced, will place the needs
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MERRY-GO-ROUND
r OtIW PEARSON
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Happy Hunting
By 808 RUARK
IKOMA-ON-THE-ORUMMETTI, Tanganyika.
Home is the hunter, finally, to his first
permanent camp, 18 miles outside Ikoma, a
native village of about 500 folks. A pretty
little river, the Orummetti, which seems v to
be overcrowded with leopards, winds past the
front door.
There are marshes full of buffalo and plains
full of antelope and mosquito nets full of me
and the mosquitoes, but It's home and It's
pretty and we love It.
Home is composed of sleeping tents for Ma-
ma, me, Harry Selby. the boss of this voor-
treg. and for the permanent staff of 12 native
boys. There is an eating tent and a llttle-
girl's-room tent, and a small cooking tent
for when it rains.
Home Includes Jessica, the Jeep, and Annie
Lorry, the truck. Harry, Mama, and I rids In
the front seat of Jessica, KIdogo and Adam,
the gunbearers. and Chaboni, the carboy, ride
in the back seat with the guns and cameras
and such truck. Everybody else rides on top
of Annie Lorry when she Is loaded with the
tents and food boxes and incidental equip-
ment.
Selby. the only other white man on the trip,
thinks like an animal, when he la not think-
ing like a machine. The grass Is very high
in most of this neck of the woods, because of
excessive rains. Game generally hates high
grass. It provides cover for predators and is
distasteful. So the animals travel In huge
herds, constantly, In search of low grass and
water.
Here around the Orummetti the grass never
grows very high. It Is a little pocket that
turns out to be leaping with animal life, You
look around the plains and a sweep of the
eye shows tens of thousands of grazing beasts
eland, kongonl, Orant's gazelle, zebra, wllde-
beeite. giraffe, lmpala. topi. In the marshy
lowlands there are waterbuck and reedbuck
and rhino and buffalo and cheetah and there
must be lions on the slopes.
Carnvora follow the game migrations, and
there Is plenty of lion evidence as well as a
profusion of scavengers like hyena and jack-
al, which follow the lion kills.
Just looking around you Is a mighty thrill,
for we are fortunate in choosing a spot that
presento Africa as It might have been 200
years ago. And at a time when game Is skimpy
elsewhere.
The nights are almost bitter cold, and the
sight of that campflre with Juma, the head-
boy, bustling around the drink tray, is the
finest piece of scenery we have vet viewed.
Wt hunt a radius of 80 miles around the
permanent camp In the Jeep, and after a hot,
dusty day, a not-unpleasing vista Is Kaluku
and Gatheru, our "personal" boys, struggling
into the bathl annex with canvas tubs full of
steaming water for Bwana ad Mensaab. They
also wash each article of clothing immediately
it is dropped, and wake vou gently with a
cup of chai, or tea, in the earlv morn.
We are eating mlghtv high on the hog. We
are blessed with All. the wizened little cook,
who Is very possibly the best chef in Africa.
All cooks over open fires. First night In camp
we dined off Tommy-ram steaks, a delicious
meat that bears no trace of game taste. As
the piece de resistance All had whomped up
crepe sureties.
And this In a spot were you can't talk
socially over the animal noises, where a pride
of live lions visit us nightly, and where the
leopards cough 40 yards from your tent.
Mama has taken on the chores of shoot-
ing meat for the camp. A the shotgun ex-
pert I am now gazing fondly at an endless
reservoir of grouse, guinea fowl, bustard and
a spur fowl, which Is all whltemeat even to
the legs.
All things considered. I reckon I am about
as happy as a man can be in this day and
age. I know a little how Adam must have felt
In the Garden of Eden, before the snake
fouled up the detail. But I am one or two
up on Adam, because he didn't have All cook-
ing for him. nor Kaluku to fetch him his
bath.
Runaway Congress
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON(NBA). It's a completely
unpredictable, run-away Congress. More so
than perhaps ever before. Trying to figure out
why the Congress is doing some of the things
it has done In extending price control legisla-
tion in a completely frustrating experience.
Only one general observation can be made.
Anything that President Truman or any of
his officials recommended is oppossed. by a
majority of the congressmen, even If the re-
commendation Is obviously good. Relations be-
tween the White House and Capitol Hill are
that bad. It Is a completely chaotic situation.
What is coming out of Congress now seems
of the country ahead of the | to be entirely the results of Individual lawmak-
fMIS ti YOU 0UM THI ttAOMS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
Tho Moll loa Is on open toraa fOaoars al Hm fmnmm Amaricen
.at fen an receives) aietetullv and ara kanaka in a holly confutenria'
monao.
I r.u centileute a iattai Son I 90 Important If H doosa't opaoai rfce
oat Soy. Letrera ora Bwalahse' m the ardor recorro*.
Please try te kaeo Hw letter limitad ta ene pope length.
Identity at tetter riten n hard in tttktest cantidanca
This aevsooeof oasomat na reieensblt re totanaentt at eemieai
apietted in letten tram readers.
GRINGO EARS
EditorMall Box. .
'Some people forget that solee
of us Americans who have been
down here a lifetime understand
Spanish like a native.
One group that is forgetting
this, is the group of about loor 12
good looking boys, ages about 15
to 23. who gang up In the Ancon
Clubhouse and fell lots of start-
ling stories In Spanish amongst
themselves about the American
men who enter the clubhouse.
Your mannerisms and conversa-
tion is the latest Ancon topic.
Might also tell those two husky
"nature boys" recently added to
your group, to let their hair re-
turn to Its original black color.
Black is prettier than reddish
brown.
Walter W.
desires of any one group.
One of labor's principal de-
mands has been that It
should have a man at top
policy-making levels in the
Of flee of Defense Mobilisa-
tion. That was a reasonable
demand and I agreed to it.
That i now an accomplished
fact. Recently Mr. George H.
Harrison, a vice-president of
the American Federation of
Labor and President far the
past twenty-six years of the
Brotherhood of Railway and
Steamship Clerks, was sworn
in as a Special Assistant to
the Director of the Office of
Defense Mobilisation.
Mr. Harrison, upon his swear-
ing in. expressed his sincere
desire to give of his time and
talents in the service of his
Government In this hour of
need. I assured him that there
would be plenty of Important
tasks to keep him busy and I
expressed the hope that he
would be able to give them all
the time he consistently could.
A number of his labor col-
leagues have taken posts in o-
ther Oovernroent agencies con-
cerned with the mobilization
Drogram.
Working together, we can ac-
complish much
era's own convictions. A healthy majority of
them seem to be thinking pretty much alike
and viewing the world through the same straw.
This majority Is composed of nearly all the
Republicans and' the Southern Democrats.
They are riding high. They ride roughshod
over Truman administration proposals even
when they have the support of such conserva-
tive Republicans as Defense Moblllzer Charles
E. Wilson, former General Electric president,
and Eric Johnston, former president of the
U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Veteran observers of congressional high jinks
shake their heads and admit they have never
seen anything like it. There is no leadership
worthy of the name in either house of Con-
gress.
Power of the Republican-Southern Democrat
combination Is best illustrated In Minnesota
Republican August Andresen's amendment to
bar importation of foreign butter, fats and
oils if there are U.S. surpluses.
On its face, this looked like a dairy lobby
job. But what was not emphasised Is that the
Andresen amendment also included bans on
importa of rice, peanuts and soybeans. They
were put In to get the southern farm bloc
vote. It Is old-fashioned legislative log-rolling
and mutual back-scratching. Incidentally, it
was passed without a record vote.
Effects of this amendment will be -tremen-
dous. A similar amendment has already passed
the Senate.
One of the main arguments in Its tuvor was
that there was no sense in having the gov-
ernment pay support prices on U. 8. fata and
oils production If foreign Imports were cheap-
er. This makes sense as far as it goes.
The obvious remedy, however, would be to
repeal the whole farm price support program,
to save the taxpayers monev and reduce prices
markets, without artificial controls, the place
to begin would be to abolish all price supports,
which are artificial controls to keep prices up.
But nobody mentioned that.
What you have here, therefore. Is an artifi-
cial. International trade barrier. It is a virtual
high tariff written into a price-control law.
As a legislative monstrosity. It probably has
no equal.
In about the same class is Kansas Re-
publican Rep. Cliff Hope's amendment ban-
Ing livestock slaughtering quotas. This Is also
a pick-up from the Senate-passed price con-
trol measure, so It win probably stick.
Office of Price Stabilization officials say i
lhat what this amendment will probably do'
Is guarantee black markets.
Essense of the quota system Is the licensing
of all slaughterers. In World War n the num-
ber of slaughterers rose to 26.000. Half of
them were black market. OPA didn't move in
to license them till late in the war. This is
a orlncloal reason why the black market got
out of hand then.
This time. Price Stabilizer Michael V. Dl-
Salle moved in early to license slaughterers
and keep out the black marketeers. OPS thus
held the number of licensed slaughterers to
12.000 legitimate operators.
What the quota system Is Intended to do
Is merely to see that available supplies of
meat animals are divided equitably among the
licensed slaughterers. It would prevent live-
stock raisers and feeders from selling to the
black market slaughter houses.
American Meat Institute, the packers' trade
association, said the quota system is neces-
sary. If there are anv price controls. Mr. Di-
Salle has said often that price controls could
not be effective unless there were quotas and
licenses.
Disregarding this pressure from the meat
Industry and the Price Administrator. Con-
gress banned the quota system. Bo what vou
have is a black market built Into the Price
control law.
Drew Pearson says: Defense Mobilizer Wilson cooperates
with labor on price controls; Missing British diplomats
bring on State Dept. housecleaning; Both diplomats
were neurotic and should have been fired.
. WASHINGTON. Defense Moblllzer Charles E. Wilson*'has
i',,Lman bitter battles with labor both before and afttfc h<
.m.L to Washington. However, the former General Electric'boss
pulled shoulder-to-shoulder with labor leaders last weekjh a
toi" F Ms,ult on Conlres9 ior falling to pass effectlveprlc
i Moi? than 10 House members, including about 20 Repub-
licans, heard Wilson, AFL President Bill Green and. CIO Secret-
VZ'tiZftu*1 Jane" .Car.ey enounce the badly gutted price
Inflation and *" lvltation t0 ruinous
... "Xttne. d,oliar goes down to 26 cent in value because Con-
tress has failed to control prices. Joe Stalin will have gamed a
l!a, .Vlci7 wjtboft ring a shot," the ex-head of General
SS52 def Lar,ed_ }he> secret meeting, called by House -roles
chairman Adolph 8abath of Illinois.
luh^r1^0.?.0.- 5?1*6 wlth !abor M tne Ume- but I agree with
h M^oneth*f-,We are movinK Into a period of stepped-up pro-
i^il o,deene tha' wlll greatly Increase the pressure on our
fSSZS*- Yt\ S?"?."8! is about to pass legislation that weakens
controls on Inflation instead of stiffening them.
"Im from big business and I'm proud of it," continued Wll-
f^i. *Xm ihoun this spokesman for labor" he pointed to
^ Sw.J/noCarey "" "has rtPP*d into me from Ume to time in
. ?*?;.?Ut ye? got t0 r'a,lze aH of " business, labor.
Li .*. -and Con?reM .that we must pull together- -un-
nJ. w, aSf g0Jng t0, wm tne battle against Inflation."
fie.i.1 fyt'h o ii e!.ldSnt.v0rienJand Cnarles Anderson, an of-
ficial o the Railroad Brotherhoods, vigorously supported Wilson
MISSING DIPLOMATS
u^ rt2enback*wround-.i the State Department's re-examina-
llon of 500 member of Its staff from top to bottom, including
ings, was the mysterious disappearance of the two British di-
plomats.
This scrutiny Is no reflection on any particular person, and
*'\K, ose susPended merely face technical charges. It Is
significant, furthermore, that the FBI lady Informer, for many
years a member of the Communist Party, recently testified that
she knew of no Communists In the State Department, though her
J was L. ^?e membership of all Washington Communists.
The State Department, however, 1 taking precautions, lest
-lie same thing happen to the American diplomatic service that
nappened to the British. For. with the disappearance of the two
hiittsh career men, it was necessary to fly special couriers all
ever the world to change the secret codes of both the United
States and Britain. In addition, almost every secret known to
tne two countries was exposed probably to the Kremlin.
Furthermore, this tragic loss of secret could have been pre-
vei?i ld y m.ore a,ertness on the part of British authorities
which is why the State Department is staging a new self-
inspection.
The most widespread and thorough manhunt In history has
now been conducted for Donald Maclean and Guy Burgess. Allied
agents have spent hundreds of hours trying to track down the
missing men. They have combed the Continent, searched the
dives of Montmartre. inspected the waterfronts of Rotterdam.
Antwerp, and Le Havre; have even checked as far away as Ar-
gentina. But so far every trail has led up a blind alley
Every day that passes makes It more conclusive that Maclean
and Burgess have disappeared behind the Iron Curtain as
was first predicted by the companion who started off with them
and then came home.
Meanwhile here is the tory of what happened, as Intelligence
o.iicers have carefully pieced it together. It Is a story illustrating
tne need for housecleaning all diplomatic deadwood before It 1
too late.
A NEUROTIC FAILURE
1) Before leaving the United State in May, Guy Burgess
naa become a diplomatic failure. Perhaps as a result he had
also become an outspoken antl-Amerlcan. There is no record,
however, that he engaged In any pro-Russian activities while in
tnu country, but he had been asked to leave the United States
because of drunken-driving and a strong protest by Virginia'
Governor John 8. Battle.
Burgess was a sexual deviate, and an extensive search has
been made to locate his friends In Washington. So far the search
has proved futile. Burgess apparently had no close friends ex-
cept for some of the. dregs of the city.
2) Actually Burgess was no more than a diplomatic flunky
a.tached to the British Embassy. Associates report that he was
neutrotlc, unreliable and a bore. One associate described bm as
an explosive mass of frustrations and inner conflitaV' He
should have been housecleaned long ago.
3) Maclean, was of a different calibre. Only 38 years ola and
son of a distinguished father, he was the chief of the American f
civislon ot the Foreign Office a post in which he knew Jtvery
vital Allied secret.
In recent year, however, Maclean had become Increasingly
unstable. Due to overwork he had two nervous breakdowr57 He
had also acquired a personality unbalance somewhat simpar to
Burgess s, and his American wife was concerned. *
.. 4LBore Buress and Maclean left together for Fratase on
May 25 Burgess, the bachelor, told friends he was going td*"'vislo
the Continent" for several weeks. He was starting six greeks*
leave from the Foreign Office, preparatory to looking fore neve
jco. significantly he didn't mention Maclean' name in anf* con-
versation about hi forthcoming trip. ,
Maclean, however, didn't have any official reave from hit
government post. That Friday, when he left home, Maclesffl told
his pregnant wife: "I'm going away for the weekend and will be
back Sunday night or Monday morning." He didn't say friera
he was going. And he didn't mention Burgess' name. 2
NO EXTRA MONEY "
51 As far a the authorities can determine, neither man took
inore than a limited amount of money. Their bank accounts
have been thoroughly checked and no heavy withdrawals were
made prior to their departure. Neither man is thought to*have
taken more than $200, though they could have hidden fumis in
their clothes, fund received in advance from the Russian
) An exhaustive check of each man's wardrobe indicates
both of them took only enough clothe to last for a relfftively
short trip. Maclean had only enough clothes for the weekend.
7) Intelligence officers are certain that both Burgee and
Maclean got as far as Paris. However, there's absolutely no tecord
of their arrival or presence In the French capital.
The pair left Southampton on the Channel steamer "Fsjlaise.'i
docking at St. Malo. They proceeded from St. Malo to Renneti
by taxi, telling the taxi driver they were trying to catch the 1:1 I
train to Paris. For some strange reason they had left thelf bagel
on the steamer maybe for the purpose of starting completely
ftfsh in the strange new Soviet world they were entering. f
Despite thousands of interviews by the French police and I
British agents, the trail of the two British diplomats ends right
here with the two men, frustrated, at odds with the world.
running bareheaded to catch the Paris train.
(Copyright. 1951. By The Bell Syndicate. lee.)
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEW8PAPEB
SATURDAY, JULY M, 193
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I
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Jewish
i
Jewish Welfare Board. Bldg. Ttl-X, La
Idea Road. Balboa. C.Z Rabbi Nathan
Wltkin director.
Services on Friday, 7:30 p.m
(Sm also listing* ot Jawlsii sebvlce
under Posts. Bases and Stations.)
. Congregation Koi Shcarlth Israel. Ave-
mida Cuba and 36th Street. Bella Vista
Panam City. Rabbi Harry A Merfeld
Service* nn Frtdsv. 8 p.m
Lutheran
l-IIH.MKH LUTHERAN ('III K( II
"The Church af the l.lllhrran Hour"
H, T. Bernthal. Pastor
ajv Balboa Road. Balboa.
.Sunday School and Bible Class am
Warship servlc* 10:15 a.m., "Come Thou
With U> and Wa Will Do Thea Good." A
faeendlv welcome awaits all visitors Pol
laes upper second Sundav each month
0 p in., game night, fourth Sunday
7:30 p.in The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extends a cor-
dial welcome in all mllilarv oersnnnel
Methodist
IHK MMIIOUINi CHURCH
I British Conereme i
Muustei Kev. o. Herbert Moon
1:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
1:00 p.m. Sunday School
4:00 Men's Meeting.
7:13 p.m Evening Prayer and Sermon
ritlNITY METHOD'S! CHURCH
7th Street and Melende7 Avenue.
Coln. R.P
Rev Norman Pratt. Miniitet
Sunday Services at 9:30 a.m. ana 1:1}
p.m.; Sunday School (or all age* al 3
pm.
Monday 7:30 o.m Weekly Pravei
Meeting
KBI.Nk.ZUt METHUUIS'l CHURCH
Siver City, C.Z.
Kev Norman Pratt. MUnitei
Sunday Services 8 a.m and 5:15 p.m
Sunday School for all ages at 8:30 pm
Tuesday 7 30 pm. Prayer Meeting
Salvation Army
Panama City, call* 15 ut reoiero
Services at 11 a.m and 7:30 p.m I Mai
ex Wilson i. Sunday School at 3 p.m
ua Boca: Services at II am and 7 31
p.m. Sunday School al 3:30 p.m
Red Tank: Service at 7 JO o in Sunaax
School al 1 00 o.m
Coln, lath Street
Service at..... llameW:30pm
Sundav School at......3 00 o m
Colon. 3rd Street
Services al II a ni a> i :3ti o.m
Sllve'i City
Service at............. .. I'JSh p.m
Sundav School at....... 3:30 p m
Churches ( the) many faiths hi tha Canal Zana, and tha
terminal cities af Panama and Calen, Republic af Panama, es-
tand a welcome at II times fa man and women af tha armad
services, and fa civilian aeajhhen, friends and arrangers.
As a public service, the Penante Amaricen lilts below, by
denominations, notices ef hears ef wonhip and other regalar ac-
tivities.
Listing! ef larger denominations ere in alphabetical arder,
which it rotated from time to time. Denomination! having only
ene er two cone relations ere lilted under "Other Churches And
Services." A special Hating it included for isrvicei at Army peste.
Air Force betes and Naval station.
Ministers, church secretaries end chaplains ere asked te in-
form the news desk by Wednesdey neon et the latest ef any
changes (or the coming Saturday's church page.
Training Union ............. 00 pm
Preaching Services ......... 7:00 p.m
Brotherhood 7:00 p.m. every Monday
Midweek Prayer Service .. 7:00 every
Vlondav evening
10:45 a.m.Regular Morning Worship
Sermon Topic "You Can't Uva With-
out It." Special Music by the Junloi
Choir.
8:00 pm.youth Fellowship Subject
tor consideration: "The Captain of The
Came." Installation o Newly Selected
Officers.
T. VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver City. C.Z.
Pastoi. Rev Raymond Lewis, CM.
Sunday Masses ... 5:44 and 8:00 a.in
e'IRS'1 BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C.Z
127 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1727
"Your Church away from home
with a welcome lusl aa friendly"
William H. Beeby Paatot
Sunday School ......... .... J0 a.m
Morning Worship ...... .... 10:43 a.m
Baptist Training Union .... i:30 pm
Evangelistic Service .... .... .." U 111
w.ms Bible Study
(Every Wednesday/ .... ... 1:30 p.m
Men s Brotherhood
(Last Monday in mtnth 7:30 p.m
Seventh
Adventist
Day
esc.fic Sid*
Cabo Verde. Panama Cuy No 1 J. A
Meaynurd, Panuma City No 2 Jamaica)
Society Hall (Sabbath Servlc only
Aflolphu [.awes. Chorrillo. P A rieniv
Ro Abalo. C O. Abrahams. Gamboa. A
A Brinde, and Soanlvh City Church. I-
do H >ln Huilona
Atlantic Side
Colon Third Street, Joseph Bryan, Crto-
touai tiifclish New Church, t A. Cruck-
thank. Cuilotul SpanUI. Chuten, B J.
Maxon. (No Sunday nlRht ervlce at
Dreoent
Saooath school each church Saturday
t'.'M' a mi Divine worship II am. Sunday
ni;,iii -ei v lit- at all churche* ex.vyi
Uir-i ivp mdlcaien
Union Churches
Sheer all Protestants coeperate with
ili.x In essentials, liberty In non-
essential and rliarlly In all things
I'll ATLANTIC SlDt
Cristobal
The Rev Phillip Havener Pastor
Phone 3-14a3
10 43 Worship ervlce and Church-time
fjitrserv
r, nn Voun People Meeting
Gtluii
The Kev J William L Uranam Past
Phone 3-333
00 3D Broadcast on HUK. HPSh
ana HON
a.45 Sunaay Scnuoi
11 00 Worship Service.
3.US Christian Endeavor
Marram
Tbe Rev nenrv Bell Pastor
Phone 3-1498
V JO Bible School
10:43 Worship service ana Church-Umt
ojuraery.
eo Youth Fellowship:
I'He PACIFIC SIDI
albos
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Rev Alexandet Shaw. Pastoi
Phone 2-14K6. Ofc Phone 2-3233
9:3X1 Cnurch School free bus service
10 30 Worship service and Church-tlmr
ursery
10 30 Youth Congregations
SiOO Chi Rho Senior HI Fellowship
6*90 Poat HI Fellowship
7t30 Service 'Centered Op Song.'
Cocol I
Bruja Ruaa and St Thomas Ave.
t'00 am Sunday School Free bus In
Rousseau and Cocoli
Gamboa
All services in Gamboa Civic Center
The Rev Ravinnnd A Gray Minister
Phone 6-130
V:00 Sunday School.
1:30 Worship service
redre Miguel
.30 Church Scnool
IU:4 Divine Worship.
T:30 Evening Vespers
ATLANTIC BAfTIS 1 CHURCH
Bolivar Avenue al 12lb Slreel
Cristobal. C.Z
Rev Fred 1.. Jones. Pastoi
"Your Invitation To Worship-
Bible Scnool ............... a.45 am
Worship ................... il.uo in
Training Union ............ 3.30 p m.
Worship .................... 6.30 pm
Prayer Meeting (Thins, i ... 7:30 p.m.
Catholic
i Luted below ai< ma cuiiiuiic Churche
.ii lite Canal .out ana uiuse m the ter-
iniiai line, ni Panama and Colon whost
--ongregauun ara primarily English-
peaKinii Besides these, the Cathedral in
fanama City, the Cathedral ol the im-
nacuiale Conception in Colon, and num-
erous parish churches in pom cities, wel-
come English* speaking visitors, though
.lieu congregation are oi.manly Spau-
"li-spealtirig.i
ST. MARY'S
Balboa
Sunday Maesea: ('ax, o 00. 10:00, 11:00,
12:00 am
Beneuictlon: 5:00 p.m.
Holy Day Maasea: a:45. 3:00, 11:10. 11:33
a.m.
Comessions: Saturday3:30, 5:00 p.m
7 :V0. 8 00 p.m. Thursdays for First
Friday7:00, 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal NovenaMonday at
7:00 p.m.
Roaary every evening at 7:00.
SACRED HEART
Ancon
Sunday Masses: 5:as>. 7:30. 9:30 a.m.
Holy Days: 5:35. 7 JO a.m.
Confessions: Saturday3:30, 5:00 p.m.
7:00, 8:00 p.m. Thursday for First
Friday 7:00, 8:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotions-Friday at 7:00
pm.
ST. TERESA'S
Cocoli
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Days: 6:00 a.m.
tl'Kl.MIL CHAPEL
Curundu
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Days: 5:45 in.
Confession: 3:30, 5:00 p in. Saturdays.
ASSL'MPTION
Pedro Miguel
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day: 6:30 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday7:15, 7:45 pin
Roaary: Monday. Wednesday and Satur-
day at 7:00 pm.
Catechism Classes: Sunday-10:30, 11:30
a.m.
ST. JOSEPH'S
Paraso
Sunday Mast: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Days: 5:45 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday3:30, 4:00 p.m.
Rosary: Tuesday7:00 pm.
Catechism Classes: Sunday10:30, 11:10
a.m.
- -\ VINCENTS
Panama
Sunday Masses: 6:00. 8:30 a.m.
Holy Days: 6:00. 8:30 a.m.
Confesllons: Saturday-3 00, 3:00, 7 00
Weekday Masa
Holy Day Maaaea .
Sunday School ...
Miraculous Medal
Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Baptisms Sunday
6:00 am.
, 5:30 and 6 JO a.m.
........ 11:00 a.m
Novena service
4:00 p.m
Confession Saturday 3 JO to 5:00: 7:00
o 8:00 p.m.
Instructions rot adults Tuesdays, Frl-
lavs: 7JO P.m.
OUR LADY O UOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev Charlea Jacobs. CM
Sunday Masses ... 7:00 and I JO a.m
Weekday Mames. Wednesday, etc. 6:00
ut,
Holy Day Masses ... 5:43 at JO a.m
Miraculous Medal Novena service
luesday 7:00 p.m.
Secret Heart Novena service. Fridays
i oo p.m.
Confessions Saturday ...... 600 p.m
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Galun meai Locks 1
Pastor. Rev John Tumelty. CM
Sunday Mass 6:45 ;i m
Weekday Masses. Tuesday and Friday
6:00 a>m.
Holy Day Mass 6:00 am
Miraculous Medal Novexs service Fri-
day 7:15 p.m
Confessions Saturday 7 to 8 am
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. CHUKCIIrJ
i-'irst Church ol Christ. Scientist. Ancor
560 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11:00; Wednesday 8:00 pan
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
first Church ot Christ, Sciential. Cristobal
I3tb Street at Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 7 JO p.m
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Christian Science Society, Gamboa
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 a.m First at Third Wed
esday 7:30 p.m.
Sundav School 10:13
Episcopal
ANCN, C.Z
THE CATHEDRAL Or SI LUKE
The Rl. Re'- R tiebet Gooden, Bishop
The Very Rev Raymond T. Ferris. Dean
7:30 a.m Holy Communion
9:30 a in. Cathedral School.
10:45Morning Prayer and Sermon.
I First Sunday of the month Holy Com-
munion and Sermon.)
7:0 pmEvening Prayer ami Sermon
CRISTOBAL. RJ.
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd St near G. Navy
Rev. Milton A Cookson. Pastor
Holy Communion 7JO am >
Church School 9:30 a.m
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11:00 am
(H.C. first Sunday In the month)
Young People's Vesper Service 4:30
o m.
Wednesday. Holy Communion I JO p.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 a.m.
A House of Prayer for all people.
oo p.m.
rt ""
Unitarian
rtta
UNITARIAN
.in in i
10:31 a m
iVYR Armeo
r'orce Servici
Center Library
Balboa C.Z
four invltatior
to liberal
-'.kino
Baptist
NATIONAL u.lliial llllKtHt.
Panama Baptist Prayei Meeting 5:31
am Divine Service. 9:30 a m Divine Ser-
ice 7:15 pm and Serving ol The Lord's
Supper until Sei vire. Sunday School
o-i o.m
aloya Baptist. La Boca. C uivn.i
Services 11 00 a in and 7:30 p m Servinr
the Lord" Suppci al both Service Sun
day School at 3:00 pm
New Hope. Chiva-Chiva, C. Olvlnt
Res I Ire l| nil m Sunday School l
Iron n m
Rev. S. N. Browa, Minister
Gamuoa il Divine Service at 11:00
.TO and in ii in vilh Sunday School
at 3 Oi' ' oi
Rev. A.
Rto Abeio
fie p.m
f>. Creak. Mm later
R.P Sunday Schnni si
COCOLI BAPTIST CHURCH
Bonding 35 Bruta Road
Rev Paul C Bell Pastor
re* Every Sunday
nday Sctiooi ......... > 43 a m
teaching Services ........ 10 4 sea
,".
Before Holy Days: 7:00. 8:00
Rosarv every evening: 7:00 p.m.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SAI.I.
Rio Abajo
Sunday Masses: 6:30. 8:30 a.m.
Benediction: 4:00 p.m.
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday3:30. 4:30 p.m.
Friday after Miraculous Medal No-
vena.
Miraculous Medal NovenaFriday 7:00
p.m.
Rosary: Monday and Wednesday7:00
p.m.
ST. T III KIM"S
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m. Holy Day Mass:
6:45 a.m.
Sacred Heart Devotions: Friday 7:00
!>.m.
essions: Saturday3:30. 3 00. 7:00.
8:00 p.m.
Rosary every evening except Tuesday at
7 00 p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th and (J St
Pastor. Rev Vincent Ryan, CM
Sunday Masses 7 8 and 1(1:30 .m
Weekday Mass 6:30 a.m
Sunday School after the 8 o clock Ma*'
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Holiday Masses' and gam
Confessions. Rosary, nightly 7-00 pm
Mnndav 3 and 7pm
IMMACULATI CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway, Gatun
Pastor Rev John Tumelty C M
Miraculous Medal Novena ervlce
First Fridays Confessions Communinr
Sunday Mass 8:00 am
Weekday Masses Thursday and Satui
lay 7:0 am.
Holiday Mass i:0ti a.m
Monday 7:00 pm
Sunday Mass 7:00 am
Confession" Saturday JO lo 7:00 pm
COCO SLITO PI..4 v Ml.I>
Pastor. Rev Wm J Finn C M
Sunday Mas* ............ 1:45 a m
Holy Day Masa............ 6 00 a m
Sunday School ............ g:45 a m
Services Thursday nights 7 45 om
Confessions hefnre Mas
CHURCH O rHE HOL* rAMILY
Margarita CZ
Rev William J Finn CM
Mas*...................... :1
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Coln. 10th and Broadway
Pastor. Rev J Raymon Mchate CM
Assistant. Rev George Browne. CM
Sunday Masses ___ 5 45 t 1:00 am
Weekly Masse .... 3:43 e) 6 30 am
First Friday Masses .. 3:43 8:00 a m
Baptism Sunday .......... 4:00 pm
Miraculous Medal Novena service every
Wednesday at 6-15 and 7 00 o.m
Novena of the Sacred Heart Fndav
i 15 pm
Confession Saturday to : t so
> m '
Sunday Scnool 1 et p at
Instructions for adults seeking know
.edge of the Catholic Church everv Mori
lay ana Thursday at 7:13 p.m
Sunday 9 30 a m Church School witr
classes for all Ages.
COCOLI
Church ef St. Andrew
The Rev Gideon C Montgomery.
Rev M. A Cookson. Chap USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Public Worship 10:45 a.m
111 C first Sunday In the month )
Young People Fellowship 4:00 pm
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening)
It 6:30 p.m
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and 4th Thurs-
days at 7 JO p.m.
House of Prayer and Fellowship ter all
oeople
COROZAL
Geod Shepherd
The Ven A. F Nightengale
7:30 am Every Friday; Morning Pray-
er.
(H.C 1st Friday.)
GAMBOA
St. Simon's Church: Rev DA. Osbornr
10:30 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sundays Holy
Communion & Sermon.
10:30 a.m 1st and 3rd Sundays Morn-
ing Prayer 4 address
300 p m Sunday School
5:00 and t 40 p.m Youth Organizations
7:30 p.m Evening Prayer and address
2.00 p.nf. Service at Penitentiary Every
Ith Sunday
7:30 inn Tuesday Girls rrlendly So-
ciety
7:30 pm 2nd. and 4th. Thursday
Woman** Auxiliary
tiambea Penitentiary
Holy Communion 4th Sunday 2:00 pan
LA BOCA
St. Peter's Charch
Rev Lemuel B Shirley. Priest
I a.m.Holy Communion.
7 a.m__Choral Euchsrlst and Sermon
10 a m.Morning Prayer and Church
School
3 pm -Holy Baptism
7 30 pm.-Vespers and Sermon
Communion Tuesdays and Thursdays.
am. Wednesdays and Fridays a.m.:
Girls Friendly and 7 p.m Monday. 6
p.m. Tuesday: Vespers nightly at 7. ex-
cept Saturday Compline 7 30 p m
MARGARITA
St. Margaret Chapel.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev M A Cookson
Sundav School a.m Evening Prayei
/ 00 o in
PALO SECO
Church of The Hely Comforter
The Ven A F. Nightengale
Every Mondap 8.30 am Holy Com-
nunlon
CHRIST CHURCH Ht-THk-gt-A
Colon. R. da P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. Malnert J. Peterson
SUNDAYS: "* ""^
S a.m Holy Communion.
a.m. Choral Euchsrlst and Sermon.
10:30 a.m. Church School.
7 30 p.m. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
WEDNESDAYS:
j am Holy Communion.
7:30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon.
8:30 p.m. Adulf Confirmation Claa
THURSDAYS:
S p.m. Prayer Guild.
FRIDAYS:
S p.m. Children's Eucharist .
7:30 om. Choir Practice.
SATURDAYS:
10 a.m. Children's Confirmation Class
7 JO p.m. Complins and Meditation.
GATUN
St. George's Church
Gatun. C.Z.
Rev. Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
8:45 am Church School.
9:45 a.m. Morning Prayer.
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist and Sermon
Tuesdays:
7:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Also Holy
Days and Saints Days.)
Wednesdays:
7:00 pm. Evening Prayer.
8:00 p.m. SL Vincent's Guild.
Thursdsys:
7 JO p.m Choir Rehearsal.
Charca ef St. Man Tha Virgin
Rev. Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
1:45 am. Morning Prayer.
7:00 am. Holy Eucharist and Sermon
3:00 p.m. Church School.
6:00 p.m. Evening Song. Thursdays.
7:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Also Hols
Days and Saint Days.)
7 :S0 p m. Evening Prayer, Fridays
5:006:00 p.m. Prayer Oulld.
7:30 p.m Choir Rehearsal.
8:30 p.m. St. Vincent's Guild.
(Holy Communion st 10:45 a.m on the
f:30 p.m Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO
St. Christopher-
The Rev Antonio Ochoa
7:30 am Choral Eucharist
10:00 t.m. Church School.
6:00 pm Solemn Evensong.
Thursdays and Holy Days H.C 1:00
t.m.
Wednesday and Holy Days gJO am
Holy Communion.
(First Sundav of everv month.)

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Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC KIDS
frotas tarn
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School .................. 9:15
Morning IVorshlp................ 10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School, Bldg. 154 ...... t:00
Morning Worship............... 10:15
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School ....,............. 10:00
Morning Worship ............... 11:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School ................... 9:45
Morning Worship............... 10:45
Youth Group................... 4:00
Servicemen's Hour.............. 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship ............... 10:45
HQTRS. 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Monlrng Worship ................. 9:15
Cathehe
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass ..................... 7:30
Sunday Maas ...... ........... 9:00
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Mass................. 7:45
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Masa ................... M:M
FORT KOBBE
Dally Mass ..................... 7:30
Sunday Masses .......... 8:00* 9:00
15TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mass ................... 7:tt
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday Mas* ................... SM
Al.BROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mass ..................... 6:30
Sundsy Massss ..........7:43 A t:45
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ALBROOK AIR FORCI BASI
Saturday ....................
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday ..... ..,,.,,,......
rORT KOBBE '
Thursday ......
IWB. Balboa, C.Z.
Friday ......................
ATLANTIC' IIDB
Protests!
FORT DAVIS
Protestant Worship Service...... :00
FORT GUL1CK
Sunday School.................. 9 00
Morning Worship ............... 1000
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sundav School.........
Protestant Worship Service ..
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Mass ...
TORT GULICK
Sundsy Mssa .........
COCO SOLO
Sunday Maas.....,.............. JO
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FORT QULICK
Tuesday
Jewish
7:00
PARASO
Rev. D. A Osborne
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
9:30 am Sunday School.
S:M pm evening Praver 'and and 4th
Sundays
Monday: J:00 p.m Youth Meeting
Wednesday: 4:30 um Girls' Friendly
Society.
RF.D TANK .
Rev. DA Osborne at Rev C A Crageell
II 00 a.m Holy Communion and Ser
linn 1st and 3rd Sundays.
IIMl am Morning Prayei arts' add-
reea: 2nd and 4th Sundays
, 3:00 p.m Sundsy School ano Baptism
. 7:30 pm Evening Prayer and addrea
rnd and 4th Sundays
PANAMA CITY
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
A. F Nightengale. B p. Nil
nd The Rev Rlu Bef'ia)M A i well
Venerable Arc-t-jajecon
:0U a.m Holy ComnUfilon 9 00 am
7:00 p.m Cvenaong ai^j Sermon
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'I (KM KK
Apartment 1 Lu* Building. 34th Street
Panam Monday: Lectures and Dis-
cussions 1:00 u in
Charch ot Jesus Christ ot Letter Day
Saint (Mormon) Balboa. C Z.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Services 10 JO a m.
At JWB Armed Force Services Center
on La Boca Road.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
0S51 Balboa Road. Balboa
W Harland Dllbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3602
SUNDAY SERVICES
Bible Clssaa loi sll age ___ 1040 a.m
Preschlng snd Communion ... 10:45 a.m
Preaching and Communion ___7:00 pro
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Bible Study ...... Wednesday l*pm
Ladies' Bible Class Tauradav 145 did
CHURCH OF CHRISTOld Cristobal
SUNDAYS:
We meet in the American Legion Hall
In front of the Clubhouse.
Momlng Worship 10:45 am
Visitors welcome
Ladles Bible Study at Gatun
Phone Gatun 414 or Ft Guiles 301
CURUNDU PKOTkSTANI
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaplain William H Blalr
Sunday School................. 9 43
Morning Worship................ 11:00
Young People's Service ......... 5 45
Evening Worship ............... 700
Prayer Meeting Thursday ....... 7:00
Choir Practice. Wednesday al
7 00 p.m and Saturday 1:10 im
OLD LAI-HOLIC CHURCH
SL Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday al 130 a.m.
Tuesdays. Wednesday and Thursday
1:30 a.m.
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing Ser-
vice I First Sunday of each month al
7:30 ora
Mauni Hallbeth Christian Charch
Panama. R.P
Rt Rev T James. D D Bishop
offlclanting
Momlng Worship at....... :tiu a.m
Holy Communion at........ 3 30am
Fellowship Worship at...... ueOam
Bible Reading at .......... 340 pm
Divine Service at ......... 740 p.m
, Sermon al ................. 14* pm
Holy Communion at ...... 10) om
Balbea-Araaaar Read URO Claa
Non-UenomutstVen
Teapes Service at :1S am. Sunday
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"LA ZARZUELA DEL
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AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa No. 121
ISO VIGSIMO SEXTO
PANAMA, R. I, SBADO, JULIO 21, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMO
Otro receso estratgico
cuatro das piden los
de
rojos
Con paciencia Oriental los
negociadores rojos estudian
el ultimtum de los aliados
Los corresponsales de prensa apuestan a que no
habr ms conversaciones para el cese de los fuegos
O
BASE DB AVANZADA, Corea,
Julio 21 (UP) Las Nacin-*
Unidas contest con un rotun-
do "NO" a las demandas con.u-
nistas para le retiro de las tio-
pas extranjeras como precio pa-
ra la paz en Corea y los rojos
r ldleron un receso de c u a r o
das para decidirse
El Vlce-Presldente de la Pren
aa Unida, quien hizo el vlak a
Kaesong con la delegacin dt las
Naciones Unidas, dijo que "los
corresponsales estn apostando
de que no habrn ms conver-
saciones para el cese de fuc0o'.
Todo parece indicar que las
i ojos consultarn con Pekn y
posiblemente con Mosc. La
reunin de hoy termin a la
hora y once minutos de inicia-
da y las, voces subieron tai.o
de (ojio que podan ser odas a-
fuera de la sala de conferencias
El jefe de la delegacin ai.a-
da, VIce-Almlrante C. Turner
Joy ha dejado el asunto a les
rojos, y decidi conceder el re-
ceso de cuatro dias antes que
terminar la negociaciones del
todo. Joy adopt un "aire de
linalldad" cuando le dijo a los
tojos que no vea la necesiuad
para el receso.
Uno de los delegados, el Ge-
neral Williams Nickols, dijo que
el Almirante Joy habl durante
cinco minutos al iniciarse la se-
sin, proponiendo que loa pun-
tos acordados hasta ahora pa-
ra la agenda debieran ser acep-
tados como el programa compl*
to para hu conversaciones de
armisticio
El Jefe de la delegacin co-
munista, Nam II, ley su ros-
puesta de un papel preparado de
antemano, y estuvo jugando
con un paquete de lpices, tu-
rnaba ms que de costumbre y
pareca estar sometido a una
gran tension nerviosa.
Por su parte, el Almirante Joy
contest con "paciencia y resig-
nacin" Nickols dijo que "Joy
no estuvo brusco, pero haUa
cierto aire de finalidad en su
actitud general"
La declaracin de Nam II, rre
parada de antemano, demuesua
que ste estaba preparando para
el ultimtum de Joy.
Despus que Joy hubo habla-
do, los chinos hicieron su pri-
mera intervencin en la confe-
rencia. Pidieron a Joy que re-
visara su declaracin sobre la
agenda, lo que ste hizo.
Nickols dijo que los chinos es-
tuvieron conferenciando ani-
madamente entre ellos, y en-
tonces, por medio de un inter-
prete, le dieron un mensaje a
Nam II. Este entonces pidi un
receso de cuatro dias aparen-
lemente pedido por los china.
Los delegados de las Naciones
Unidas pidieron un receso de
media hora para decidirse, y
entonces accedieron en la espe-
ranza que las conversaciones se
leanuden antes del mircoles 'si
es posible"
El Almirante Joy regres a
Tokio y se espera que se entre-
viste con el General Ridgway
para discutir la situacin.
El 25 presentara
credenciales el
Embajador Wiley
El Embajador de los Esta-
dos Unidoi, John C. Wi-
ley, quien recientemente lle-
g a nuestro pas, presentar
credenciales el proximo mir-
coles 25 de los corrientes en
ceremonia protocolar que ten
dr lugar en la Presidencia
de la Repblica.
El Embajador Wiley reem-
plaza al Embajador Davis,
quien hace algunos meses fu
nombrado en Israel.
La Embajada de Panam
ha estado durante un lapso
ms o menos largo sin Em-
bajador, euando se dej como
Encargado de Negocios al
Consejero de la Embajada
don Murray Wise.
EL PRIMER EMBARQUE DE
ARROZ.LLECARA MAANA
Maana a las dies v media de la maana llegar al
Aeropuerto de Tocumen, procedente de la hermana Rep-
blica de Costa Rica, una partida de arrox que ha sido con-
seguida con el Consejo de Produccin de ese pas por ges-
tiones realizadas por el Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores
de Panam.
Une. de los aviones de la Compaa TACA de Costa Ri-
ca traer un cargamento de 6,00s libras, y es posible que
se hagan ms vuelos el -mismo domingo a fin de solucionar
en parte la escasez de ese articulo bsico para la alimen-
tacin del pueblo panameo.
En la maana de hey, el Gerente Va Marino estaba pen-
diente de un arreglo especial con el citado Consejo de Pro-
duccin a fin de que la cantidad aue se transporte a Pana-
m, sea mayor y por lo tanto, alivie la situacin hasta ten-
te llegue al pai el arroz que se ha comprado en Nicara-
gua.
Publicaremos maana
la conferencia del
Dr. De la Guardia
Maana ser publicada en
nuestra edicin dominical la
conferencia que dictar el Dr.
Eraszne de la Guardia, Presi-
dente de la Corte Suprema de
Justicia en la Universidad Na-
cional sobre "Derecho Cons-
titucional Pan ameno", te
cual ha suscitado variados co-
mentarios entre los entendi-
dos en te materia.
Economas por B. 145.686.61
hizo en el primer semestre
el Ministerio de Previsin
El Panam-Amrica se infor-
m hoy en fuentes de entero
crdito de que el Ministerio de
Trabajo, Previsin Social y Sa-
lud Pblica haba terminado
su primer semestre de 1951 con
un saldo de B. 145,886.61 a su
favor, a pesar del enorme sa-
bregiro qua haba en muchas
partidas de distintas dependen-
dencias de ese Ministerio.
Segn estas fuentes, la par-
tida asignada al Ministerio
para tal periodo vendria a ser,
a base del Presupuesto en vi-
gencia de 1950, de B.2,868,953.-
44, que incluye algunas otras
entradas no contempladas en el
presupuesto.
Ola de intentos de suicidio
se desata en toda la ciudad
durante los ltimos das
Una verdadera ola de sul- sido un posible intento de sui-
cidios se ha desatado en esta cldio.
ciudad durante los ltimos dias, Aunque no se ha podido ln-
segn se ha reportado desde dlcar qu tom la seorita Ten,
las oficinas da la Polica Se- se presume que fue un fuerte
creta Nacional.
La seorita Judith Mara Ten,
residente en Vista Hermosa, fue
llevada al hospital Santo To-
ms ayer, en estado de incons-
ciencia, en lo que se cree ha
Emprstito de un
milln de dlares
para El Ecuador
WASHINGTON, Julio 21 (UP)
XI Banco de Exportacin e
Importacin anunci haber au-
torizado un crdito de un milln
da dolare* para Ecuador para
mejorar los aeropuertos de to y Guayaquil.
El anuncio del Banco dice v>e
laa lineas aereas de Estados U-
nldos que usan ambos aeropuer-
tos contribuirn a sufragar les
gastos de la mejora que se cal-
ntula coatar un total de milln
y medio de dlares.
El prstamo ser reembolsa-
do en un periodo de dies aos
con Inters de 3 1-2 p8r ctalo
barbltrlco.
Tambin fue llevado al hos-
pital ese mismo da a las diez
y quince de la maana, el se-
or Harmodio Guardia Rodr-
guez, con cdula de identidad
personal 7-56526, quien trat de
suicidarse cortndose las venas.
El caso ocurri en el sitio
denominado El Ingenio, juris-
diccin de Pueblo Nuevo de
Las Sabanas.
Ese mismo da, a las tres y
diez de te tarde fue rescatado
en la playa de Santo Domingo,
en las Inmediaciones de la Pla-
za de Francia, un sujeto de
color negro, que an no ha
podido ser identificado, ya que
estaba en estado inconsciente y
no tenia documentacin, quien
se estaba ahogando, y presen-
taba varias escoraciones en el
trax, sin duda ocasionadas con
tes piedras de la playa. Tam-
bin se estima que es un In-
tento de suicidio.
Por ltimo, a las cuatro y
veinte, fue llevada al hospital.
Andrea Lewis Villarreal, quien
se haba intoxicado con can-
gar y fue trasladada de su re-
sidir' en la Avenida Central
anual, segn Informa el Banco, na ai hospital Santo Toms.
Se reconocer un
derecho sindical
en Venezuela
NACIONES UNIDAS, julio 21.
(UP). El Gobierno de Vene-
zuela inform a la Organizacin
Internacional del Trabajo (OIT)
3ue se propona conceder pleno
erecho de reunin a los sin-
dicatos tan pronto como fuera
posible, pero advirti que seria
inconveniente actuar "con pre-
cipitacin en un asunto tan im-
portante" ya que' podra "frus-
trarse el deseo del Gobierno de
establecer la libertad perma-
nente al mismo tiempo que se
mantiene la paz social y la
seguridad pblica".
El Gobierno de Venezuela hi-
zo esas declaraciones en unas
observaciones que envi el 15 de
febrero de 1951 a la OIT con
motivo del Informe rendido por
una comisin de ese organismo
sobre "la libertad de asociacin
y. condiciones de trabajo en
Venezuela".
Las observaciones fueron pu-
blicadas por la OIT en forma
de folleto y distribuidas por
las Naciones unidas.
El Gobierno venezolano ter-
mina sus observaciones decla-
rando que el "Gobierno pro-
visional ha dado amplias prue-
bas de que est resuelto a ga-
rantizar el rpido retorno a
la plena libertad y el libre ejer-
cicio de los derechos constitu-
cionales, pero en vista de las
graves responsabilidades a que
hace frente, cree que es nece-
saria la mayor prudencia. La
decisin del Gobierno de garan-
tizar el libre desarrollo del mo-
vimiento sindical dentro de los
limites compatibles con el man-
tenimiento del orden pblico y
la paz social se demuestra por
la constante aplicacin de va-
rias disposiciones legales que
ha puesto en vigor con ese pro-
psito".'
Colombia respeta
derecho de asilo
BOGOTA, Julio 21. (UP).
El Ministerio de Relaciones Ex-
teriores anunci anoche que el
refugiado Senador Julio Ortiz,
quien Be encuentra asilado en
la Embajada de Mxico, podr
salir del pas cuando quiera.
Una nota firmada por el Mi-
nistro de Relaciones Exteriores,
Gonzalo Restrepo, le asegura al
Embajador de Mxico Manuel
Maples que a Ortiz se le con-
ceder un salvo-conducto "ga-
rantizando la inviolabilidad de
su persona" durante su viaje
para salir de Colombia.
El Senador, miembro del par-
tido Liberal, se refugi en la
Embajada de Mxico a prin-
cipios de este mes despus que
la polica cerr una estacin de
radio antlgoblrnlsta operada
por los liberales.
Hasta el momento no se ha
hecho acusacin alguna contra
Ortlz, pero la nota de Restre-
po Indica que se ha ordenado
su arresto.
El Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores concedi el derecho de
Mxico a recibir a Ortiz como
refugiado politico, pero se re-
cord a Maples que el Gobier-
no considera que los radios de
la oposicin estn siendo usa-
dos para incitar al "crimen
comn" en Colombia.
CIRCULACIN PAGAD/
DE AYER MAS DE
.22,600
Esta maana fue muerto de
un disparo de revlver un
sujeto que trat de robar
Se trata de Jeremas Alberda de Len, que fue sor-
prendido por el detective Thomas (Bolo) Royal
Hoy a las dos y media de la
madrugada, fu muerto de un
disparo de revlver, un malean-
te en la calle 26 este bis, cuan-
do era perseguido por ageiues
da la Polica Secreta El muer-
to responde al nombre de Je-
remas Alberda, quien tiene un
historial de 24 faltas. Tamoln
se informo que Alberda haba si
do condenado a tres aos de
crcel por el Juez Nocturno de
Polica, sentencia que fu aje-
lada ante el Alcalde del DUirl-
to doctor Alberto Navarro, don-
ae fu absuelto el primero de
Junl&~
El herldor de Alberda es el
conocido deportista, Toms (Bo-
lo) Royal
La versin oficial de los ne-
chos, dada por la Polica de-
creta es la siguiente:
"Como a as 2 y 30 de la ma-
drugada de hoy, el seor Ka-
n.n Adames residente en el a-
partamento 7 de a casa No. 10
ce la calle 26 Este, en momen-
tos en que se levantaba de su
cama con el propsito de tomar
agua, sorprendi dentro de su
cuarto a un Individuo quien, al
verse descubierto, trart de huir,
chocando con el seor Adames,
y siguiendo, no obstante, su ca-
rrera habindose parado en la
baranda del balcn para aga-
rrarse de la comisa y saltar a
:a azotea, de donde sigui ha-
cia la parte de la casa mencio-
nada llegando a un zagun de
la calle 25 Este en los precLos
momentos en que pasaba por e-
sos lugares el Detective Tomas
Royal, quien prestaba servicio
ce ronda nocturna en compaa
de Detective Cristbal Godoy.A
los gritos del seor Adames, los
Detectives detuvieron la mar-
cha del carro y se pusieron a
investigar el caso recibiendo loa
Informes anteriormente descri-
tos de parte del seor Adames.
Entonces, registraron la azotea
y desde esa hora, dos y treinta
de la madrugada, estrecharen
la vigilancia por esos lugaies
incontrando en calle 25 E.:
debajo de un carro unos zapatos
que sospecharon pertenecan al
ladrn, motivo por el cuai se
pusieron en actitud de espera
euando, al acercarse las 5 a.m.
vieron salir de un zagi. . un
individuo sin zapatos que trata-
ba da recoger algo del suelo. El
Detective Royal lo detuvo, y,
cuando proceda a registrarlo,
el sujeto lo empuj, por lo que
ti Detective Royal perdi el ba-
lance, habindose cado el flash
light que portaba, circunstan-
cia que aprovech el lndlvUuo
cara proseguir su carrera-
Ante este hecho y con nimo
de amedrentarlo para conseguir
que se detuviera el detective
Royal hizo tres disparos, logran-
do al fin que se detuviera el
sujeto quien, ya en la acera de
enfrente, se meti las manos
en loe bolsillos en actitud ame-
nazante por lo que, temiendo
una agresin y para seguridad
de su persona, el detective dis-
par entonces hacia las pier-
nas del individuo, quien nue-
vamente sall en fuga llegando
a caer en un callejn cerca
del Teatro Roxl, en donde fue
recogido por los detectives Ro-
yal y Godoy y conducido al
hospital Santo Toms, pues no-
taron que estaba herido.
Segn nos informaron, el in-
dividuo que responde al nom-
bre de Jeremas Alberda, muri
momentos despus de haber sl-
cPasa a la P*t H Col s
Se anuncia una
rebaja del 10%
en la leche Klim
i
La Compaa Internacional
de Ventas ha anunciado una
rebaja Inmediata del precio de
Leche Klim, de acuerdo con in-
formes, suministrados a nuestra
redaccin por uno de sus repre-
sentantes.
Teniendo en cuenta la criti-
ca situacin econmica por la
que atraviesa nuestro pas, ha
decidido esta conocida firma
rebajar este producto de prime-
ra necesidad y hacer efectivos
los nuevos precios de ventas
sobre las actuales existencias.
La rebaja globpl de este pro-
ducto alimenticio ha sido fija-
do en 10%, y los nuevos precios
comenzarn a regir desde esta
fecha.
Varias becas para
estudiar por ocho
semanas en E. U.
El Gobierno de Estados Uni-
dos ha hecho una oferta a
Panam como parte del pro-
grama del Punto Cuatropara
que Jvenes panameos, hom-
bres y mujeres, puedan tomar
un curso de ocho semanas so-
bre extensin agrcola y ma-
nejo del hogar en el Colegio de
Agricultura de Nuevo Mxico
en Estados Unidos
El Gobierno norte-americano
pagar los gastos de viaje de
ida y regreso y cada estudiante
recibir 180 dlares mensuales
para sus gastos de alimentacin,
y alojamiento. Los cursos co-
menzarn el lo. de Agosto y
durarn hasta el 29 de Sep-
tiembre del presente ao.
Las personas Interesadas de-
bern presentarse antes del
Mircoles 25 del presente mes
a la Secretarla de Agricultura
del Ministerio de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias en el Pa-
lacio de Gobierno, en donde se
le darn todos los detalles al
respecto.
"El Gobierno debe tomar la
iniciativa para aliviar la
actual situacin econmica
Expresa el Sindicato de Industriales en una reunin
celebrada ayer tarde
La directiva del Sindicato de
Industriales manifest en sesin
de ayer tarde que en laa ac-
tuales circunstancias por tes
3ue atraviesa el pas, solo me-
idas prcticas en proteccin
a te produccin nacional pue-
den aliviar el estado econmico
del pas. Esas medidas pueden
cristalizar en una prohibicin
de toda importacin de artcu-
los que se puedan producir en
el pas. En esa forma, dicen
los industriales, la industria pa-
namea podra solucionar el
problema de 1a cesanta, al dar
colocacin a miles de brazos en
laa distintas ramas de te in-
dustria nacional.
Por otra parte, manifestaron
los directores del Sindicato de
Industriales, en la forma plan-
teada, el Gobierno protegera
en forma efectiva a tes Indus-
trias nacionales en tanto qua
stas le ayudaran a solucionar
el agudo y palpitante problema
obrero provocado por la falta,
de trabajo.
Por ltimo, los industrale
manifestaron su preocupacin
por la precaria situacin eco-
nmica por la que se atraviesa*
y estuvieron de acuerdo qua
es llegado el momento de
todos los panameos y residen-
tes en el pas deben cooperaf
en el mejoramiento de la si-
tuacin general que aflige la*
clases pebres panameas, pero
que al Gobierno Nacional I*
toca tomar la iniciativa en una-
forma radical y enrgica.
Para darle forma a todaa
estas ideas, el Sindicato nom-
br una comisin para que re-
dacte un comunicada al pal*
sobre esta importante u es turn.
Dicen los Republicanos que
el nuevo Gabinete de Franco
es ms Falangista que antes
El Vic-Pre*idente Republicano dice que el nom-
bramiento de Muoz Grande, quien pele
en la Legin Azul, lo confirma
_____,________________________- PARIS, Julio 21 (UP) Fer-
rando Valera, Vlce-Presld^nte
del Gobierno Republicano Espa-
ol en el exilio declar que el
nuevo Gabinete del General
Franco es ms falangista que el
anterior y no parece presagiar
la restauracin de la monarqua
Sucesos violentos
ocurren entre los
obreros Checos
NACIONES UNIDAS, Julio 21
(UP) Hace tres semanas se
inici una serle de sucesos v.o-
lentoe en los centros ndytr.a-
es checos a causa de las reba-
jas de salarlos y la escasez ce
alimentos, segn fuentes fiue-
oignas entre los refugiaoos
checos-
Lo Informantes dijeron tei.er
noticias de que .cierto numero
ie trabajadores result muerto
en disturbios en PJlsen, Ostrava
y otrpa desrdenes tuvieron lu-
gar eh Kladno y Most
Se dice que en Klado la Pn-
ete se neg a disparar contra la
multitud y los milicianos -el
Partico Comunista fueron ols-
persadoa por los trabajadores.
Se informa que como con-
cuencia de la crisis alimenticia
el Ministro de Agricultura y el
de Abastecimiento han sido ob-
jeto de depuracin y que el 141-
tistro de Comercio est ttnr-
bin destinado a ser objeto de
una prxima depuracin.
Valera dijo que "el nombra-
miento del General Mucz
Grande, quien durante la lti-
ma guerra mundial estuvo al
mando de la Divisin Azul qe
luch con Hitler contra la U-
nln Sovitica, es prueba de e-
l.o Qu clase de monarqia pue-
de salir de ste Gabinete?"
Valera dijo que los repblica -
ros espaoles "apoyaramos con
satisfaccin un plebiscito para
decidir si el pueblo quiere la
monarqua. La monarqua U-
btral y constitucional allanarla
el camino para te repblica y
so es precisamente por lo qve
Franco nunca permitir que ae
celebre tal plebiscito. Por el con
trarlo, encontrar, como ya lo
lia hecho, falangistas disfraza-
dos de monrquicos para usar-
los como cortina de humo tras
te cual pueda continuar la ti-
rana". -.
Se teme que el asesinato
de Abdullah provoque ms
violencias en el Oriente

WASHINGTON, Julio 21. (UP)
El asesinato del Rey Abdullah
de Jordania, ha sido aqui de
"severo golpe" a los intereses
occidentales en el Mediano O-
rlente que es el objetivo comu-
nista.
Las autoridades de Washing-
ton temen que el asesinato
pueda provocar ms disturbios
en el ya Inquieto Mediano O-
rlente.
El vocero del Departamento
de Estado, Michael McDermott
dijo que "cualquiera que en el
Mediano Oriente muestre las
condiciones de lder de Abdullah
corre el mismo riesgo de este.
Fjense en los hombres que han
sido asesinados en Egipto, Irn
y Siria". ... .
Un detalla caracterstico de
la intranquila situacin del Me-
diano Oriente fue la noticia
llegada a Washington, inme-
diatamente antes del atentado,
en el sentido que pistoleros li-
banezes se dirigan a Aman, ca-
pital de Jordania para vengar
el asesinato de El Solh
indicaba sin embargo, si .esta
tena relacin con la muerte da
i Pasa a la Pagina S. Col. t
No se
Muy concurrido el
mitin de ngel Y.
Mndez, anoche
Un mitin que fu muy concu-
rrido se celebr anoche en el
parque de Santa Ana con el
objeto de defender la posicin
legal del Licenciado ngel Vega
Mndez relacionada con el pro-
blema alcaldlclo de la capita!
El Licenciado ngel Vega
Mndez al dirigirse al pblico
hizo una larga y pormenorizada
exposicin sobre cuestiones le-
gales, sosteniendo que el doctor
Alberto Navarro haba renun-
ciado a la Alcalda del Distrito
cuando acept un puesto remu-
nerado, por seis meses, en el
Hospital Santo Toms. El Li-
cenciado Vega Mndez fu eon-
(Inuamente aplaudido por sus
(Pasa a la Pe Col S>
Coln celebrar
el Natalicio de
Simn Bolvar
El Ministro de Gobierno y
Justicia, Dr. Miguel Angel Or-
donez Inform en la maana
de hoy que el 24 de Julio seri <
feriado en la ciudad de Coln clsta un experto en asuntos
atmicos y que estuvo traba-
ABDULLAH
LONDRES. Julio 21 (UP)
El Ministerio de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de Gran Bretaa anun-
ci que el pasaporte de un con-
ferencista cientfico de una
universidad britnica ha sido
retenido porque se considera
contrario "a los intereses p-
blicos" su proyectado viaje a
Mosc. Tambin se anunci que
el pasaporte de un funcionarlo
de se Ministerio tambin ha El Sr. Gregory era el Ge-
Muri esta larde
jen el Gorgas el
Sr. F. T. Gregory
sido cancelado "como medida
de precaucin". Ninguno de los
dos hombres ha sido identifi-
cado.
Fuentes informadas, sin em-
bargo, dicen que el conferen-
con motivo de la celebracin
del Natalicio de Bolvar y la
develacin de la Estatua del
Libertador.
Como saben nuestros lectores,
el Oobierno de Venezuela ha
enviado una Comisin Especial
para que asista a la mencio-
nada ceremonia, a la cual, se-
gn se nos na Informado, se ha
agregado el Teniente de Navio
Antonio R. Eljurl.
Cancelaron pasaportes de un
cientfico atmico y de otro
funcionario en Gran Bretaa
El proyectado viaje de stos a Mosc es considerado
"contrario a los intereses pblicos" por el Gobierno
Las petroleras de
EE. UU. incautadas
por la China Roja
TOKIO, Julio 21 (UP) Una
transmisin radiotelegrafa de
Pekn revel que las autorida-
des comunistas chinas se in-
cautaron de todos loa bienes ele
tres companies petroleras nor-
teamericana en Shanghai. Las
compaas afectadas son la T'.-
xas OU Co,, la Standard va-
cuum Oil y la Cathay OU Ce.
c.ue tenan grandes Intereses en
China antea de que los co.u-
i 1st as dominaran el pas
Da acuerdo con la transmisin
de Pekn, la comisin militar Ce
hang'nai que hasta ahora no-
bia estado administrando los
negocios de la compaa nor-
teamericanas se incaut de to-
dos los bienes de las empresas
petroleras, aus oficinas princi-
pales y dems sucursales Inclu-
yendo el petrleo almacenado
di sus tanques.
rente del Chase Bank
en Balboa
A la 1:20 de la tarde de hoy,
dej de existir el seor Thomaa
Francis Gregory, de 42 aos dti
edad. Gerente del Chase Na-
tional Bank de Balboa, quien
jando en las investigaciones fue llevado de urgencia al Hos-
atmicas de Estados Unidos du-i pital Gorgas el mircoles pa-.
rante la guerra. I sado a las 7:45 de la manan
Un portavoz del Ministerio despus de haberse herido accl-
de Relaciones Exteriores dijo Mentalmente de un diaparo da.
que los casos del conferencista revlver calibre .38.
y el funcionarlo no estn re- j El senor Gregory se encon-
laclonados. El portavoz tambin traba limpiando el arma en
dijo que no hay conexin al-jsu despacho en el Chase Bank
guna entre stos casos y el caso de Balboa, cuando el arma so
de los diplomticos desapare-, dispar, pendrndole la bala
cldos hace unas se-nanas.
Duelo de palabras
Entre Eddy Chibas
y Aurelio Snchez
LA HABANA. Julio 21 (UP>-
El Ministro de Educacin Au-
lelk, Snchez y el Senador E-
duardo Cnlbs debati-
rn sus diferencias en una Oft-
eena nacional de radio y tele-
visin hoy
El encuentro se presentara cu-
ino un debate formal por los
cargos de Chibas de que Sn-
chez ha estado usando loa icn-
dos pblicos para construir una
uibanizacln en Guatemala va-
a su beneficio personal.
El debate se celebrar *aln de recibo del Ministerio de
Educacin en presencia de u.ios
100 espectadores. Cada orador
podr hablar durante media Lo-
ra para presentar su caso v
cuatro periodistas servirn de
'jueces.
por el bajo vientre.
Los mdicos sometieron al se-
or Gregory a una operacin
de emergencia para extraerle el
proyectil, y durante su perma* i
nencia en el hospital el seor
Gregory estuvo en la lista da
los heridos graves.
El seor Gregory tenia 25 a- '
os de trabajar con el Chaza
Bank y haba ocupado otros
cargos en Nueva York y Puerto-
Rico, llegando al Istmo hace 5
aos.
Le sobreviven su esposa, se-
ora Dorcas Wilhelmlna da
Gregory y una nia de tres me-
ses de edad.
La"Braniff" podr
volar a Miami y a
Houston va Cuba
WASHINGTON, julio 21. (UP)
La oficina de Aeronutica,
Civil puso fin al acuerda tem-
poral sobre intercambio de e-
quip* entre la National Airlines
y te Pan American Grace Air-
ways y a otro eitfre este ltima
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" LA PROPUESTA DE LOS COMUNISTAS
EX COREA
Todo el mundo est vivamente interesado en
tas conferencias que actualmente se llevan a cato
en eMerritorio de Corea entre los representantes
% las Naciones Unidas y los del rgimen comunis-
ta, tendientes a concertar un armisticio.
Es indudable que todos los pases democrticos
anhelan la paz para el mundo y quisieran que ce-
saran as hostilidades en el Lejano Oriente lo mas
pronto posible. Sentimientos humanitarios y mul-
5pS intereses alientan los propsitos pacifistas
de las naciones occidentales.
Las conferencias preliminares mencionadas no
ofrecen, por lo menos hasta el momento, mayores
seguridades de paz, aunque si S^T I'l^n
ta est dentro de lo posible. Las dudas en este sen-
ido han aumentado en vista de la P^'cidn de
los delegados rojos para que se retiren de Corea
inmediatamente las fuerzas armadas de las Naci-
nes Unidas.
Cmo es lgico suponer la audid\Pret.ens"
de los delegados comunistas ha sido rechazada por
los representantes de la ONU. En relacin con es-
to el cretario de Estado del Gobierno de Washing-
ton dijo recientemente que "las tropas de las Na-
ciones Unidas permanecern en Corea hasta que se
ha} a establecido firmemente la verdadera paz.
Es de esperarse que los Delegados que osten-
tan la representacin del mundo democrtico man-
tengan ese criterio en todo momento, pues de lo
contrario existira el peligro de que una vez re-
tiradas las fuerzas del ejercito libertador, los co-
munistas volvieran a la agresin, burlndose una
vez ms de los convenios internacionales. fc.n este
sentido la historia muestra experiencias dolorosas.
Las naciones democrticas tienen el deber ine-
ludible de hacer todos los esfuerzos posibles para
encontrar una frmula que garantice la paz, pero
de igual manera tienen el deber de no dejarse sor-
prender y de continuar preparndose para la de-
fensa de las instituciones libres, prcticamente ame-
nazadas por el totalitarismo de izquierda.
Drew Pearson dice: Los diplomticos desaparecidos hicie-
ron que el Departamento de Estado efectuase una lim-
pieza; Ambos diplomticos eran neurticos y debieron
haber sido destituidos.
WASHINGTON. Tras la re-
Investlgacln de los 500 miem-
bros de su personal desde a-
rrlba hacia abajo, Incluyendo
la suspensin de varios diplo-
mticos de carrera en la es-
pera de varias Investigaciones
de seguridad, est la misterio-
sa desaparicin de lo dos di-
plomticos britnicos.
Este escrutinio no se refleja
en ninguna persona en particu-
lar, y muchos de los diplom-
ticos suspendidos solo se en-
Irentan a acusaciones tcnicas,
Adems, es slgnilicaiivo que la
informante del FBI. quien du-
rante muchos aos fue. miem-
bro del partido comunista, de-
claro recientemente que ella no
conoca a ningn comunista en
el Departamento de Estado,
aunque su tarea era hacer una
lista de todos los miembros del
partido en Washington.
El Departamento de Estado,
Sin embargo, est tomando
precauciones para que no su-
ceda n el servicio diplom-
tico Borteamerlcano lo que
sucedi en el britnico. Con
la desaparicin de los dos
diplomticos britnicos se hi-
zo necesario que correos es-
peciales volaran a todo el
mundo para cambiar las cla-
ves secretas tanto de Estados
Unidos teo de Gran Breta-
a. Adems, casi todos loa
secretos de estos dos pases
turrn expuestos, quisa ai
Kremlin.
Ms an. esta trgica prdi-
da de secretos hubiera podido
ser evitada si las autoridades
britnicas hubieran estado ms
alertas, y esto es por lo que
el Departamento de Estado es-
t llevando a cabo una nueva
inspeccin.
La ms grande bsqueda en
la historia ha sido llevada a
cabo para encontrar a Donald
MaClean y Guy Burgess. Los
agentes aliados han gastado
cientos de horas tratando de
encontrar a los hombres des-
aparecidos. Han escarbado el
continente, han buscado los ba-
jos fondos de Montmartre, han
inspeccionado los muelles de
Rotterdam. Amberes y el Ha-
vre; han Ido hasta Argentina.
Pero todas las pistas han ter-
minado en nada.
Cada da que pasa nos hace
pensar ms y ms que MaClean
y Burgess han desaparecido de-
trs de la cortina de hierro,
tal como lo predijo el acompa-
ante que aall con ello pero
regres nuevamente a Inglate-
amigu* ntimos, excepto entre
la escolia de la ciudad.
>) Kn realidad, Burgess no
era ms que un fracasado
diplomtico agregado a la
Embajada Britnica. Los aso-
ciados de ste Informan que-
er neurtico, aburrido* y
errtico. Uno de sus asociados
lo describi como "una masa
explosiva de frustraciones y
conflictos". Hace tiempo que
debi ser barrido.
3) MaClean era de diferente
calibre. Con solo 31 aos de
edad e hijo de un padre dis-
tinguido, era el jefe de la
Divisin Americana del Minis-
terio de Relaciones Exteriores,
un puesto que le permita co-
nocer todos los secretos alia-
dos.
En los ultimes anos, aro
embargo, MaClean se haba
vuelto inestable. Debido al ex-
ceso de trabajo tuvo dos cho-
ques nervioso. Tambin con-
trajo un desbalanee parecido
al de Burgess y u. esposa
norteamericana lo noto.
4) Antea de que Burgess
y MaClean salieran Juntos
para Francia el 25 de mayo,
Burgess el soltero le dijo
a sus amigos que iba a vi-
sitar el continente" durante
algunas semanas. Comenzaba
sus vacaciones de seis sema-
nas y se preparaba para bus-
car otra trabajo. Es signifi-
cativo que nunca menciono
el nombre de MaClean en sus
conversaciones sobre el viaje.
MaClean, sin embargo, no
estaba en vacaciones, tse
viernes, cuando sall de su
casa, MaClean le dijo a su
esposa, uien esta en estado
de graviles: "Voy a pasar el
fin de semana afuera y re-
gresar el domingo en la no-
che o el lunes en ta m-
ana". No dijo P* doBd*
iba, y tampoco mencin el
nombre de Burgess.
A pesar de Us miles de
entrevistas efectuadas por la
polica francesa y lo en-
te britnicos, las pista oe
loa diplomticos terminan al
mismo, dos hombre, frustra-
dos, contra el mundo, co-
rriendo para alcanzar el tren
para Paris.
Comunistas en Guatemala
Los Informe recibidos de Guatemala conttaan confusos.
Bajo el Gobierno del ex-Presldente Juan Jos .Arvalo los Comu-
nistas obtuvieron influencia tanto dentro del mlsnio Gobierno
como en los sindicatos obreros.. Con el ascenso al. poder del nue-
To Presidente, Coronel J.eobo \rben los 37 anos de ed^ en
Mana nasado, se esperaba un camal en la poiiiica ae ,"*"
mila En ve de serls. los izquierdistas se tornaron aun mas
irrogantes. Hace tres semanas el Presidente del Congreso u-
cesor de Arbenz en caso que ste se retirara presMk.una
abierta celebracin Comunista que tuvo lugar en la Ciudad de
Guaemala ante enorme, retratos de Lenta ySt.n Et. se-
mana lo Comunista provocaron serlo desordene l
destituir a los directores catlico, de un hospicio Como conse-
Juenci de ello hubo manlfestactone, .ntl-comunUt. y 1 pata-
ca dispar contra la muchedumbre matando a tres o ms per-
sonas e hiriendo a cien otras.
Galo Plaza en Washington
OK
A su llegada a Washington. DC. durante Ubrve '" que
hiciera el Presidente del Ecuador, Excme, Sr. Gaje PUu, (a
taiMiuerda), fu recibido eftaiarmente en na *j*
el edificio del Distrito Columbia," en donde le J**?J****.
la tradicional "llave de la etadad" Pr el Ceawsienaoo del
Distrito, Sr. Joseph Ponohne.__________
La PoUcia dispara contra lo antl-eemunUU. en Guatemala.
(Tomado de Time)
An en nuestro tiempos. Guatemala ha P'*""^?-'f *l
rrocamiento de una dictadura por medio de la .'*,u1c'onn *u
pueblo, compuesto por lo menos en un 75 por dente * MM,
ha sido con frecuencia explotado por lo grande terratenientes.
El porcentaje de analfabettamo es alto. La "*>
nombre de la Constitucin de 1945 no ha sido puesta en prac-
Uca: v este fracaso les ha dado a los comunistas la oportunidad
que esperaban. No se puede esperar que un indio Maya que vi-
t" en un viejo villorrio de los cerros, sin poder leer y alejado de
Tas noticias del mundo, vaya a reconocer al comunismo, por ins-
tinto, como el sistema de esclavitud que es.
Guatemala es un pai tan grande mbn el tttado de *"-
ssee con una poblacin igual a la de Brooklyn. Pero debido a
lie influye en las otra naciones latino-americanas; porque e
encuentra en la ruta hacia la Zona del Canal; y Porque su pue-
blo conmueve nuestro humanitarismo, este pas >"'**'"
para nosotros. Nosotros no podemos suprimir el comunismo am.
Podemos. ln embargo, Incrementar nuestros eefaano ****_**
vencer a los guatemalteco que somos sus amigos y que podemos
v mo a ayudarlos como no lo pueden hacer los harapiento
Bota del hemisferio. Tal como los acontecimientos de esta se-
mana lo han indicado, algunos guatemaltecos ya se han conven-
cido de esto.
(Editorial del "New York Time" del 14 de Julio de Hel)
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nerteamerieano. No hay nada
ue indique, sin embargo, que
lurgess se ocup de activi-
dades pro-rusas mientra es-
tuve en Estados I nidos, pero
se haba pedido su salida de
rutados Unidos por manejar
en estado de embriague y
a una fuerte protesta del
(okernador de Virginia.
Burgess era un invertido
sexual, y s ha llevado a
cabo una extensa bsqueda
de sus amigos en Washing-
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WASHINGTON. Julio
A manos de los miembros de
la comisin de gastos del Se-
nado ha llegado un Informe se-
creto del Departamento de Es-
tado, en el cual e critica, a-
cerbamente la labor de le. ra-
dioemisora LA VOZ DE AME-
RICA, del mismo Departamento,
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to quince millones de dotares al
ao. Y como consecuencia de
esto, es muy probable que el
presupuesto de dicha estacin
sufra otra, reduccin, aparte de
la de treinta millones de dla-
res que ya acord, la comisin
de gastos de la Cmara de Re-
presentantes.
En dicho Informe ae critican
especialmente los programa di-
rigidos desde Washington y
Nueva York al Cercano Oriente
y el sureste de Asia, por esti-
marse que el material que los|
integra es muy deficiente y to-
talmente Inadecuado par* l0
fines que se persiguen.
El Informe, al parecer, Iba a
ser mantenido en secreto y lle-
co a poder de los miembros de
Lta oomisin indirectamente. He
raqttt%lgunas de u observacio-
nes:
En 8tam, son muy pocas las
personas que se han dado cuen-
ta siquiera de que e*lte un
programa de radio norteameri-
cano dedicado a ese pal.
En el Lbano, los oyentes se
quejan de que las tranmlaio-
nes contienen demasiados poe-
mas y recomiendan que los lo-
cutores usen un rabe ms gra-
matical.
En ese P*s no hay ni cinco
mil aparatos receptores le radio,
y por lo tanto, no purece estar
justificado 1 gasto que se ha-
ce en protramas especiales pa-
ra los lbanosos, programas que
se han convertido en propagan-
da personal para determinados
individuo estrechamente rela-
cionados con los locutores o con
los periodistas locale*.
En 1* India ocurre algo pa-
recido, ya qu solamente laai
persona de alta posicin social]
y econmica poseen aparato re-
ceptores de radio, y los progra-
mas norteamericanos no logran
espertar inters entre ellas.
Adema, so ha notado que las
trasmisiones no alcanzan a cer-
ca de sesenta mil poblaciones
menore Indlaa. cuyo habitan-
tes son analfabetos y muy po-
bres, y ni siquiera han demos-
trado el menor inters por 1a
pelculas que demuestran lo
progresos Industriales de los Es-
tados Unidos.
El Departamento de Estado
ha pedido, como s: lndi.;a, cien
to quince millones de dolare al
ao para financiar su estacin,
p$ro la comisin de gasto d*
la Cmara ha reducido el pre-
supuesta de la misma a ochenta
y claco millones e dlares.
Ahora los miembros'de la co-
misin de gastos-del Senado In-
dican que reducirn todava
ms los fondos (* LA VOZ DI
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PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
El alza en el precio de la
carne afecta la popularidad
del Gobierno de G. Bretaa
Por H. J. SARGINT
(NA.N.A.)
WNDRES, Julio (EP8)- Las
ma de casa britnica, parci-
salarmente aquellas q' no pue-
den comer a menudo en lo.
restaurantes, sino que tienen
3ue conformarse con'sus rado-
nes, no estn nada satisfechas
con l anuncio hecho por el
ministro de alimentos, Mauri-
ce Webb-, de que la racin de
carne ser aumentado paulati-
namente en las semanas prxi-
mas Porque tai aumentr es e-
qullibrdo por otro en los pre-
cios y es descrito en el lengua-
Je popular como "un aumento
chino."
En resumen, la semana en-
trante la racin de carne au-
mentar de diez peniques por
persona a la semana a cerca
de dos chelines. Al mismo tiem-
po el precio aumentar de tal
modo qu .la racin aumentada
valdr un cheln y dos peniques.
Esta operacin se repetir, de
tal modo me para mediados de
agosto se habr llegado al m-
ximum posible. Pero para en-
tonces cada britnico recibir
menos carne de la que obtena
F.rfumti GAL do Madrid P*rfiiM GAL < Madria
l
4
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;
i
ffiff
uimetas
l
I
i
4
i
HENO DE PRAVIA
FLORES DEL CAMPO
COLONIA AEJA .
por un precio algo menor haca
un ao.
El gobierno explica esto Indi-
cando que el precio de la carne
ha subido debido al mayor cos-
to de la que se Importa de Ar-
gentina y los Dominios, asi co-
mo de la que se produce aqu,
pero este argumento despierta]
poca simpata en las amas de
casa, que tiene que alimentar a
su familia con una racin es-
casa, que cada dia le cuesta
ms cara. Su nica alternativa
es comprar aves de corral, y
ahora una gallina vale la equi-
valencia de un dlar ochenta
centavos, o sea algo ms de
(.uince chelines. El Jamn vale
de diez a doce chelines la libra
y est por lo tanto, fuera del
alcance de'Jas familias de in-
gresos limitados.
Todo esto es debidamente a-
provechado por los conservado-
res, por supuesto. Los torles na
ocultan su complacencia al ver
que el gobierno laborista con-
fronta una nueva ola de Impo-
pularidad, y tiene la foriuna de
contar a su lado, en esto, con
nadie menos que la seora Jen-
nie Lee, esposa de Aneurin Be-
van, quien atac el otro dia al
gobierno abiertamente en la C-
mara de los Comunes por el al-
ia de los precios de la carne.
Churchill provoc muchas
sonrisas al otro dia, cuando
pregunt solemnemente al go-
bierno si el anuncio del alza en
el precio de la carne tenia al-
guna relacin con la fecha de
las elecciones generales. La su-
gestin de que la noticia era
poco favorable para los labo-
ristas fu recibida de mal gra-
do por el ministro Webb, quien
se apresur a contestar que su
anuncio se refera exclusiva-
mente a la c^rne v no tenia na-
da que ver con las elecciones.
El Papa interesado
en la ayuda mdica
dada por el Estado
VATICANO, Julio 21 (UP)-
Monseor Giovanni B a 11 is t a
Montlni. Secretario Papal a car-
go de los asuntos eclesisticos
ordinarios declar que el Papa
Pi XII es partidario de que los
Estados tomen todas las medi-
das necesarias para garantizar
la atencin mdica eficaz a sus
pueblos.
Battlsta Montini dijo que el
Papa cree que "slo los Estados
tienen los recursos para una ac-
tuacin ms amp'ia y eficaz.
En una carta a Charles Flo-
ry, Presidente de "La Semana
Social Catlica Francesa", Mon-
seor Montlni dijo: '
"Las leyes -ailarlas Justas;
los esfuerzos para garantizar
hogares sanos, para poner a
dlsposiclr de todos los recur-
sos de la medicina; para luchar
contra los azotes sociales talos
como la tuberculosis y cncer,
para proteger la aalud de las
generaciones jvenes. Todaa -
sas iniciativas ayudan a garan-
tizar la prosperidad de un pue-
blo y su paz interna."
Sin embargo. Monseor Mon-
tini insisti en que la Iglesia
Catlica se opone a aquellos
sistemas qui propugnan el con-
trol de la natalidad y otras
prcticas que no estn de a-
cuerdo con lo- principios mo-
rrees catlicos.
PAGINA TRES
El Gral. Matthew B. Ridgway, Comandante en Jefe de
las tuerzas de las Naciones l'nida en Corea, vol desde Co-
rea al Japn, a donde celebr recientemente una conferen-
cia con los Comandantes en el campo.
Asistieron a la Conferencia el Teniente General Earle E.
Partridge, Comandante de la Quinta Fuerza Area de los Es-
tados Unidos; el Teniente General James A. Van Fleet. Co-
mandante del Octavo Ejrcito de los Estados Unidos y Synr-
raan Rhee. Presidente de la Repblica de Corea.
El podero combinado de aire, mar y tierra de las fuerzas
de las Naciones Unidas, rechazan la ofensiva comunista en
torea y ha causado enormes prdidas de hombres y material.
De izquierda a derecha estn el General Partridge, el
General Van Fleet, Presidente Rhee v General Ridgwav.
Agente
"VICAR"
Tel. 2-2047
El alza de precio de la carne
no va a afectar nicamente a
sta, sino a todos sus substitu-
tos, que sern cada vez mas
difciles de obtener. Ya se ven
largas filat de amas de casa
frente a los establecimientos
que venden embutidos y pro-
ductos similares.
Y el impacto que esto tendr
en las elecciones sera Induda-
blemente digno de ser tomado
en cuenta.
Rusia nombr a otro General
entrenado en Mosc para ser
"hombre fuerte" de Bulgaria
f?) 00*-
^COMEZDN
La comezn del cutis *
tamente con el
IAIM Y UNCiNTO
BLANCO r NEGRO
{Levantadas de Noche!
Ayude a sus Rones
Jft ouarpo humano deshace da)
xcaao da oldoa y desperdicios veaa-
noaoa da la aanara, por mallo da loa
nueva millonea da diminuios tu boa o
nitros de loa rlflonea. 81 atoa venenos
J," rmn o I vejiga lo hacen
aurrlr ron levanladaa nocturnas, ner-
viosidad, dolorea da plarnaa. ojera,
lumbago, dolorea da las coyunturas,
ridas o ardor en loa conducios, da-
s' la "'I 4a estimlame
uiir-etlco. prueba Cyslex.
Deshgase del rido flrloo T loa
renenos con la receta m*dlra llamada
Cyatex, oue ea un diurtico stlrr.u-
ML* " filones y paliativo para
I Irritacin funrlonal da la valuta
va* urinarias en astado da acide.
Cyan satisfara a usted completa-'
..Cyste^ ge
Por STEFFAN ANDREAS
(N.A.N.A.)
WASHINGTON, Julio
La Unin Sovitica ha desig-
nado a un general blgaro en-
trenado en Mosc como nueve
amo de Bulgaria.
El horrbre fuerte" del rgi-
men ttere blgaro que reem-
plaza al primer ministro Vul-
ko Chervenkov es el general
pia sentencia. Porque esto es al-
go que Mosc no puede perdo-
nar.
Dnltroy agrega que el rgi-
men comunista blgaro sufre
muchas dificultades y que sus
lderes se han visto obligados
a admitir que las cosas no mar-
chan como ellos desean.
"El movimiento de resisten-
clo no hace mucho ruido", dicp
Ivn Mlchpllov, un militar de eto no hace mucho ruido", dlcf
carrera que ha estado en Mos- P" i1?*3* n dewanao. es
c desde 1923. 1 P1fiCJa,?nte e" tau * e abo
_, 'taje. Esto se hn hecho evident'
Esta es la segunda vez que, en el fracaso del plan qulnqu--
un general sovitico es nombra- | nal a que he aludido "
do icir supremo en un pa.s sa-

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TODOS LOS SBADOS
*** i / v* a* + *- * *- i % a a v**w .'*^
tlite. El primero fu el maris-
cal Konstantin ROkossovsky, ac-
tual ministro de defensa de
Polonia y verdadero amo de e-
se pas.
El primer ministro Cherven-
kov fu destituido por Mosc
por no haber logrado desarro-
llar en la forma esperada el
plan quinquenal dictado para
Bulgaria.
El Dr. Georgl M. JMmltrov, ex-
jeie del partido agrario blga-
ro y Jefe de un movimiento de
resistencia contra el comunismo
blgaro aqu, manifest a este
corresponsal que, conforme a
sus Informes, Mlchailov ha sido
nombrado "Vice Primer Minis-
tro" de Bulgaria. Aunque tai po-
sicin es la segunda en el gabi-
nete blgaro, en realidad Ml-
chailov es el Jefe dej gobierna
y cuenta con el apoyo de sus
amos soviticos.
El general Mlchailov tiene el
rango de teniente general en el
ejrcito rojo y el de coronel ge-
neral en el blgaro. La pobla-
cin de "Mlchailograd" se lla-
ma as por su familia.
El Or. Dlmitrov dice que no
son ciertos los informes de que
Georgl Chankov, vicepresidente
del Consejo de Ministros blga-
ro, es quien ha reemplazado a
Chervenkov como cabeza del
gobierno. "El verdadero ttere de
los rusos es ahora Mlchailov,"
dice Dlmitrov. 'Chenkov no es
un hombre educado y por lo
tanto, no tiene capacidades pa-
ra desempear el papel que'se
le atribuye."
Segn Dlmitrov que no Sebe
confundirse con su homnimo
Georgl Dlmitrov, el ex-Jefe co-
munista blgaro Chervenkov
sigue figurando todava como
jefe aparente 'del gobierno bl-
garo, pero de la arena poltica,
si es que no le ocurre algo peor
"Nuestras noticias indican
que el famoso plan quinquenal
redactado por Mosc para Bul-
garia slo ha podido ser reali-
zado en un ocherta y cinco por
ciento. Chervenkov habl mu- i
cho. pero realiz poco ante los i
ojos del Soviet."
Cuando Chervenkov fracas
en la "colectividad" de los cam- i
peslnos blgaros, firm su pro- i
Miles de obreros
de l "Chrysler
Motors" en huelga
DETROIT, Julio 21. (P).
Los empleados de la divisin
"Dodge" de la Chrysler Corpo-
ration establecieron piquetes en
todas las entradas de la plan-
ta "Dodge" en una huelga que
eventuaimente podr paralizar
a unos 85,000 obreros de la In-
dustria del automvil.
Los empleados de la "Dodge"
miembros del CIO decidieron
declararse en huelga debido a
supuestas prcticas de "apre-
suramiento" en las operaciones
de ensamble.
Aproximadamente 29,000 o-
breros estn empleados en la
planta principal con otros 5,000
en la divisin de camiones
"Dodge". La Huelga imprevista
tambin puede aiectar a 2000
empleados de la planta Chrys-
11er en Jefferson St., a unos 5.000
; de la "De Soto" y otros 10,000 de
la divisin "Plymouth."
Amenazado un puente
por gran inundacin
del ro en Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo., Julio
21 i UP) Un puente vital so-
bre el ro Missouri se encuentra
amenazado por toneladas de a-
gua a medida que la ms gran-
de inundacin de Missouri en
110 aos se mueve hara el este.
Los ingenieros han colocado
96 toneladas de hierro viejo en
el puente en la esperanza de
darle suficiente peso para evi-
tar que las turbulentas aguas
lo a/rastren consigo. Se espe-
ra que la ms grande crecida
de Missouri pase hoy por Jef-
ferson City con un nivel de 85
pies el ms alto desde 1844
La Cruz Roja calcula que li-
nas 165,300 personas a lo largo
de un trcho de 200 millas del
Rio Missouri en Kansas Orien-
tal y Missouri Central han que-
dado sin hogar debido a las
inundaciones.
Por suerte slo 39 personas
han muerto debido a las inun-
daciones en Missouri e Illinois.
AVISO IMPORTANTE
Pflra hacer ciertos cam hi o* que mejora-
rn el servicio, la corriente elctrica
ser suspendida el prximo Domingo,
da 22, de 6 a.m. a 8 a.m., as:
Lado sur de la Calle 9a., desde Ave.
Melndez hasta la playa, y ambos lados
de las calles 10a., lia., y 12a., desde
Ave. Melndez hasta la playa.
Compaa Panamea de Fuerza y Luz
COLON
HOY
EN SU CLUB
FAVORITO
Uno audicin de RON LIBERTADOR, patriarca de los roes!
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita
k.(Red (Pa
namericana
DEBUT
DEL
Profesor

DILMER
De paso para Buenos Aire, actuar por pocos das
en este Club el Profesor DILMER, gran prestidigita-
dor, ventrlocuo, en un variado programa de magia
que ha merecido clidos elogios de los pblicos co-
nocedores y exigentes donde este artista ha actuado.
i Cuta de pira alegra!
I Cunto le gustar a su canario que te la
ponga de comer Semilla para Pjaro*
" French's I La SenUla French's >
tiene todo lo que le gusta, y que necesita
para que tea feliz y sano. 1 Esta no el una
emula cualquiera Cada paquete co.
tiene doce ingredientes puros y probados,
, adems, una galleta especial. Etta
combinacin nica compone un regimen
perfectamente equilibrado que mantendr
a su pajarito hermossimo tanto en su
aspecto como en su canto.
Rumorase que los
Rusos probaron la
Atmica en China
WASHINGTON, Julio 21 (UP)
El Presidente Truman dijo
en una conferencia de prensa
que el Gobierno de Estados Uni-
dos no tiene prueba de que los
rusos hayan llevado a cabo una
explosin atmica en China o
en otro lugar desde la primer*
explosin atmica Rusa anun-
ciada por Truman en 195B.
El Presidente no quiso entrar
en detalles y solo contest "no'
cuando le fu formulada la-
pregunta.

Los rumores de que Rusia ha-
ba llevado a cabo una explo-
sin atmica en una provincia
del extremo occidental de Chi-
na surgieron cuando llegaron
Informes de que haba ocurrida
una tremenda explosin volc-
nica en sa regin, ya que los
expertos dicen que en sa re*
gin no existen volcanes.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los -
mejores programas
No Oye Bien?
sa rarmaela hoy mismo va. i
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, PANAMA AJUViCA OIAJIIO DtWlHDIgCT
ABADO. JTJUO 1!, 1M1
HORIZONTALES:
1Tronos de los prelados.
0A varenla.
11Apodo de Hugo, primer rey
francs de la tercera raza.
12Desconfianza.
14Articulo, Inv.
15Moneda alemana, menos o.
17Bogue.
18apunto cardinal.
.30Estado de Asia.
IIDesafe.
.38Ro de Alemania.
25Conjunto de Instrumente*
k, de un oficio.
.27Terminacin verbal.
. 8El trono.
rf 80Terminacin de diminutivo.
|,|1Cocino en seco.
32En forma de ondas, Pl.
35Madera preciosa.
1-37Nombre de mujer.
1 S8Relativo a las ovejas.
41Terminacin verbal.
42Agarradera.
Unica, sin compaa. Inv.
15Enterarse de lo escrito con
la vista.
47-Desafa.
Idiota.
50Parte de ciertos animales.
52Conoce.
54pos egipcio, Inv.
55_venida a la vida.
57Tardo del verbo demorar.
59Agua gaseosa, Pl.
60Dei verbo oler. .
VERTICALES:
1Salutacin.
2Letra castellana, Inv.
3Demcrata. Abv.
4Letra griega, PL
5Provincia de Espaa.
6Terminacin verbal.
7Percibir con la vista.
8Aleacin de hierro y car-
bono.
8Del verbo remar.
10Extremidades de loa peces.
11Plazas de toros.
13Guarida de osos.
16Relativo a los cabellos, Pl.
18Para medir el tiempo.
21Mineral en su estado
natural.
24 Rio de Alemania.
28Escritor uruguayo.
28Composiciones poticas.
31Refugio para desvalidos.
38Juntar, combinar.
34Alga filamentosa.
35 Proyectil.
35Pabellones de los oidos.
39Se diera cuenta. >
40Igual al 13 vertical.
<2Artificio, maa.
43Amarrado.
46Personaje bblico.
48Nombre de varn.
51Nombre de mujer.
13Letra castellana.
58Naipe.
67Letra griega, Inv.
rjbLTiutt-] urouHM'.!
HI'JU MU ron
u-ifin nwrj unui-i
PIMM MMI1 liriNM.*1
omarcn nan nun
nnRHnn nnnnnn
nnnnnn nnnnrini
RHRM^n nrorifiRM
En Washington creen que
los rusos s quieren paz
Aunque lai negociaciones de
Kaesong tomarn tiempo hay
bastantes esperanzas de paz
Par Jar O. Barden
(NANA)
WASHINGTON, julio 21.
(EPft). Aunque es de supo-
ner que las negociaciones de
Kaesong necesitarn cierto
tiempo para llagar a un ar-
misticio, en loe circuios oficia-
les de esta capital exigen gran-
des esperanzas de llegar a es-
te resultado. Las ratones de
esta optimismo son:
Primera, que loa comunistas
aceptaron con notorio buen hu-
mor, que puede llamarse sor-
prendente, la solicitud del Ge-
neral Rldgway relativa a la
neutralizacin de Kaesong y sus
aproches, asi como para la ad-
misin de los corresponsales de
prensa de las Naciones Unidas;
lo mismo que los representan-
las sueco* y de otros paisas
trajes, a favor de la paz.
tas suecos y de otros paisas neu-
S
que todos estos inter
mediarlos han dicho que, mien-
tras las negociaciones Inmedia-
tas deben referirse solo a las
cuestiones de carcter militar,
es seguro que luego se proce-
der a discutir los asuntos po-
lticos relativos a China, inclu-
sive la admisin del represen-
tante de Peitin a las Naciones
Unidas y el levantamiento de
las restricciones comerciales.
La tesis britnica es que, con
un poco de voluntad demos-
trado por la propia China, co-
munista, ya habra sido ad-
mitida en el seno de laa Na-
ciones Unidas.
Masa los Estados Unidos, que
sa han opuesto a tal admisin
fue ofrecido no hacer uso del
veto en el Consejo de Seguri-
Segunda, que la neutralise- d< para excluir a Chtaa co-
cln de Kaesong puede sealar
la norma para establecer una
zona "amortiguadora" a travs
de 1* peninsula coreana, tal
como se ha sugerido anterior-
mente.
La opinin general aqui es
que los comunistas desean real-
mente la paz, ms bien que
el tipo de tregua acostumbrado
en las contiendas civiles chinas,
en las cuales los comandantes
de los distintos ejrcitos acuer-
dan suspender las hostilidades
por cierto tiempo, pero con la
seguridad de que ellas sern
reanudadas.
Esta opinin lleva a la creen-
cia de que los comunistas chi-
nos y coreanos han recibido
instrucciones de negociar una
verdadera tregua. Tal vez esto
sea el resultado de isa gestiones
hechas en Pekn y Mosc, en
donde los representantes brit-
nicos, especialmente los de Ca-
nad y la India como partes de
la comunidad britnica de na-
ciones, han estado trabajando,
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
The Chase National Bank
of the City of New York
Total de recursos: ms de B .5,227.000,000.00
Transacciones Bancarias en General
SUCURSAL EN PANAMA
SUCURSAL EN COLON
SUCURSAL EN CRISTOBAL
SUCURSAL EN BALBOA
-
SUCURSAL EN DAVID
Af5 F.socializamos en el Financiamiento d
Importaciones y Exportaciones
munlsta de las Naciones Unidas.
Otro aspecto tratado por los
intermediarios se refiere a la
situacin que prevalecer una
vez ratificado el tratado de paz
con japn.
El ltimo acuerdo sobre esta
materia era el de que. para
que el documento fuera acep-
table para los britnicos, se de-
jarla a voluntad del propio
Japn la decisin sobre cul
rgimen deseaba reconocer co-
mo legtimo gobierno da China.
Los britnicos abandonaron su
insistencia a favor del da Pe-
kn, a cambio de que loa Es-
tados Unidos a su vez abando-
naran la suya a favor de
Chiang Kai-shek.
Los detenidos de
una crcel llevan
vida miserable
PEKOKOME, Julio 31 (Cones-
jonsal) Transcribole sigui-
te telegrama dirigido riscal Se-
gundo Distrito Judicial al Mi-
nistro de Gobierno y Justicia,
17 de julio 1851. "Kn visit cr-
cel acabo verificar aqui, he
'.lelo cuarentisiete presos en as-
tado miserable anoche durmie-
ron doce de ellos en el suelo por
falta de camas; los quo no pji-
USn comprarse sus propias ro-
pas estn haraposos y semioei-
nudos y les falta jabn para la-
yar estas- Los servicios sanita-
rios crcel estn descompuestos.
En nombre da la saciedad y de
la ley, agradecerais tomar ce-
didas correspondientes para que
males apuntados cesen lniuedia
tamente y compatriotas en des-
gracia reciban trato ms hu-
mano".
Jes* I. Collada
Fiscal Segundo Distrito udleial
Nombran a peritos
para combatir la
Inflacin en E. U.
RECEPCIN MUNDIAL DE
RADIO
en su carro
con
Jxaradio
de ondas larga y corta
POR UNA SEMANA
PRECIO. ESPECIAL
DE INTRODUCCIN
Bi.75
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INVERSIONES GENERALES, S. A.
AVENUE J08E FCO. DE LA 0S9A No. 38
TELEFONOS: 3-3190 3-3191
Juegos que faltan
de la Justa menor
del basketball menor
Jneges tac faltan de la vuelta
Eliminatoria de la Justa e
de Basketball de 2a. categora
Liga Provincial de PanasaA
Temperada 4a Campeonato
Orearte Masculino
1951
JULIO
21Fuer?a y Le O. Sosa
24Rodelag va Madurito
Lefevre vs Barcelona
Pellmez vs Pern
27Bam Jr. vs Papalela
Eleta vs Madurito
Cela vs Rebeldes
28Barcelona vs Panamericana
31Orion vs Pellmez
Rodelag vs Pepslcola.
Lefevre vs Centenario
Agosto
3Bam Jr. Panamericana
Orion vs ptica Sosa
E. Pern vs Puerta y Le
4O Eleta ve Centenario
7Bam Jr. vs Madurito
Pepslcola vs Barcelona
Rodelag vs Centenario
10Orion vs Puerte 18
Lefevre vs Panamericana
NOTA:Los Juegos de Mar-
tes y Viernes, comentarn a
las 8.48 p.m. y los sbados a las
7.00 p.m.
_2_______________r
Churchill contra
una medida que
favorece a Egipto
LONDRES. Julio 21. (UP).
Winston Churchill, Jefe de la
oposicin atac al Gobierno en
los Comunes pos descongelar
los saldos de Egipto en libras
esterlinas, mientras Egipto con-
tina el bloqueo ilegal del tr-
fico en el Canal de Suez.
Churchill se refiri al re-
ciente acuerdo mediante el cual
WASHINGTON, Julio 30 UP.
La Comisin de Peritos Fis-
cales de los pases americanos
voluntad del' propio; nombr una aub-comlsin de
cinco hombres para que coordi-
ne los planes o sugestione los
presentados con el objeto de
acordar algn medio de prote-
ger el valor adquisitivo de las
divisas de eada pals.
La sub-comtslon se integr
con representan te j de Estados
Unidos, Colombia, Honduras, las
Naciones Unidas y el rondo
Monetario Internacional.
Chile presento un proyecto
que eleva a nueve los presenta-
dos hasta ahora. Los otros han
sido presentados previamente
por Estados Unidos, Ouatemsla,
Colombia. Argentina, Uruguay
Honduras, pert y el Pondo Mo-
netario Internacional.
?---------
Mayer encargado
de formar un gbno.
nuevo de coalicin
PARIS, julio 21. (UP). El
Ministro de Justicia, Rene Ma-
yer, encargado de la tarea de
formar un nuevo Gobierno de
coalicin centrista para Fran-
cia, ha tropezado con las mis-
mas dificultades que frustraron
los esfuerzos del ex-Minlstro de
Hacienda Maurice Petsche.
Mayer, dirigente Radical So-
cialista de 56 aos de edatf,
no parecia haber encontrado la
frmula para resolver la dispu-
ta entre los socialistas y el Mo-
vimiento Republicano Popular
(catlicos) sobre la cuestin de
la ayuda estatal a las escuelas
catlicas. Adems, los socialis-
tas y derechistas estn dividi-
dos sobre el problema de los
salarlos a los obreros.
Mayer conferenci ayer con
los dirigentes de los partidos
centristas y derechistas que son
los nicos que podran propor-
cionarle una mayora en la A-
samblea Nacional entre los co-
munistas por una parte y los
Srtldarios del General Charles
Gaulle por la otra.
Egipto podr retirar su balance
de libras esterlinas creado du-
rante la guerra y retenido en
Londres desde entonces. John
Edwards, Secretarlo Econmico
del Departamento de Hacienda,
dijo que "creemos que ste a-
rreglo con Egipto ser para
nuestro beneficio comn".
Churchill dijo que el Gobier-
no Britnico no debe pagar al
Gobierno Egipcio "grandes su-
mas de moneda britnica ga-
nadas trabajosamente, que re-
presentan los gastoi so que se
Incurri l impedir que Egipto
fuera saqueado y exfoliado por
los nazis y fascistas".
Vistas de la reciente Jira realizada por el Gobernador de la Provincia de Panam, don Ho-
mero Velasquez, a las islas del Archipilago de las Perlas y al Distrito de Chiman con el ob-
jeto de atender los problemas de esas comunidades y palpar sus necesidades. El dinmico
Gobernador Velsquez fu acompaado por los doctores Juan Nicosia y Salvador Medina, quie-
nes atendieron a ms de 450 personas. Estas comunidades tenan ms de dos aos de no re-
cibir la visita de los mdicos. -Como resultado da esta jira del Gobernador Velsquez se cons-
truir en San Miguel una escuela de ocho aulas. Para esta obra el pueblo ha ofrecido la
mano de obra y da Panam se enviar la pro zima semana el cemento necesario. El Gober-
nador Velsquez eontlnuar realizando astas jiras por distintos puntos de la Provincia, Segn
nos Inform.
Durante once aos
el hermano la tuvo
en un cuarto oscuro
TARENTO, Julio 21 ,. A
raz de una renuncia recibida, la
polica practic una requisa en
el domicilio de Vicenzo Rlccl, en
Martina-Franca 'provincia de
Tarento), y descubri en un re-
cinto oscuro y mal acondiciona-
do, seml desnuda y acostada so-
bre- un montn de paja, a Maria
Rlccl, hermana de Vicenzo y a
3uten ste mantena secuestrada
esde hace once aos.
Vicenzo Rlccl declar que l,
de acuerdo con su familia, habla
decidido encerrar a su hermana
porque habla dado muestras de
desequilibrio mental. Vicenzo fu
detenido y encarcelado.
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ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantizada por el Estado.
Paga 2% de inters anual en depsito
de ahorros .
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B. 5.00
Efectuamos operaciones de prstamo eon garantas de
primeras bipoteoas y prendas comerciales.
AHORROS DE NAVIDAD
Dapahos semanales ds B/.0.26; B/.O.IO; B/.1.0D
y B .5.00, por un periodo da cuarentiocho (48)
aemanaa.
Oficinas en Panam: Ave. Central esquina con Calle "I"
Oficinas en Cotn: Calle del Frente esquina con Calle "a.
HORAS:
8 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Sbados: 8 a.m. a 12 m.
G. A. DC ROUX, CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Administrador. Sub-Administrador.
Sucursal en Coln.


SBADO. JULIO 21, 1151
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
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Apartado Mi
CON CELO ENCOMIABLE LA GUARDERA
INFANTIL DESARROLLA LABOR SOCIAL
t
La Mflor Emita A- d Maii
10 frece hoy un t en su rl-
oencle, para despedir de tu *i
de toitea 1 tsftorlta fcU-
rits* Guisado Psredes, JUion
contirtor m*trlmolo U *
uft entrant.
Asalte
Con motivo 4*1 cumpleaos
o l Mftorit mu Bjtl Jiru-
no, un numeroso grupo de m
*mut*dtt 1 AJtren ncch
iq u residencia en Perejil.
Atanor es. t Ola* Union
Bn honor de t tfterlt Wa-
nt Outado Predt, li e-
orttM Mreel de Jnn ra-
ola ofrecieron hoy un elnwsr-
m on el Club pnion
Almacrse : .
con motivo del cumplHfto do
u hlj Ivonne, el tenor >dgr
Lindo y Mftor 1 faJ*iin
hoy con un almuerzo en eu n-
-idencit en El Cangrejo.
(n Despus de larga enfermaad
cej de txlttir ayer en nuc-tr
capita) 1 respeiMe matron
fflor* Artemisia V. de Maste-
:iri. Su sepelio efectuado, noy,
rae una vlv demostracin del
arlo y afecto de tus fmli*
rts y amistades. Enviamos nu*
*ra siiicer expresin de condo-
lencia u hijo, seora Nina
Mastellarl, seor Anterior Ma-
ullan y seora Alicia de Mf.s-
tellari. su nieto Doctor A-
mde Vicente Maetellarl y mi-
nora tesl de MasteUn-l y l te-
ner Mario Mattelltr.
Cimbia * restd enca
El seor Antonio de Roux y
seora Anallda V. de de R>.K
hn trasladado eu residencia
la Avenid Nicanor de Obarrio
No. 11, en donde se ponen a las
rdenes de us amistades.
euiene cumplen hoy tM d
casados. _
Celebran en esta fech el ani-
versario d *u matrimonio el se-
or Juan Manuel Ari y tec-
t Oreeiei Art de Aro. to
aludimos.
Adeontalnto
Felicitamos al doctor Oi^a
Manuel out y teflor YolanSa
N de $oua por el felle rric-o
de un nio, ocurrido *yr en el
Hopttl Santo Tom.
Informe <
Pronto retlecimiente 1 -
lesmos Ja seora MareeU I
o Wiath. aulen afn air*n-
toe de salud en It Clink an
Fernando.
Ouarda cima en el HotLiUl
tanto Toms el seor Daselo
ver. Ojal mejor pronto
C*pleAea d Boy
Srta. Irma Graciela Oonzalez
Jcome
rta. Lollt Romn
arta. Magdalena Mir Berrera
sefior Juan Eskdsen
seor Alfredo J. Boyd
seor Oalllermo Bndr P
ssor Radl B. Jan *
nio Octavio Eerrer AnguUo'.a
nia Olga Moreno ft.
nia Ivonne Undo
nio Carmelo Donato Jr
CumpleaM de ssstana
8ra, Carmela K. de Alverola
Srta. Josefina Oambottl Bcyd
nia Irm Estalla Arengo
Ciasteasoro
nio Jorge Luis Zubtet Pa-
redes
nio Bnriqu Preciado Fer-
nando
De VisiU
El seor Marco A. Qand/e-
gul y Era. Berta Par ft. d Oan-
djeful se encuentren de vL'.t
en Panam, despus de varios
in-ss de ausencia Los esposos
Oandsegui se encuentran hut-
poddo en 1 cas de 1 la.n-
lla Mir en la Via Beluario Fo-
rras No II.
Cumpleaos de bey
Hasta el Cangrejo hacemos
llegar nuestras felicitaciones a
la nifilta Yvon Lindo, quien
cumple sus 7 ao. Bus padree
seor Edgar Lindo y seora
Paquita de Lindo ofrecern un
almuerzo en su residencia, don-
de Asistirn un gran numero
de sus amlguitos.
De Cost Rica
Orat estad le desame* al
seor Roberto Oonzle y o-
ra Sara Torrente de Gonaier,
quienes acompaados de sus ni-
os s encuentran en Panam
en donde pasarn una tempo-
rad
Baludam cordlalment a a
seor Hortensia A. de Alemn,
i regres, de una orta lem-
pasada en Carta*n-
i ne
r los Esiadoe aMos
Saludamos al seor Enrique
Castillo Jr. quien lleg hoy de
California con el fin de papi-
las vacaciones visitando a at
familia ree.
Par Takosa .
.Onto pateo le deseamos a K
seorita Josefina Gam ooltt
rtuien sigui par Taboga en
aonde pasar el fin de sem.na.
Para Cesta Ble
Despus de haber pasado va-
lias semanas en Panam, hus-
ped de S E. el Embajador dd
Costa Rica seor Alfonso Ouz-
ntn y Len y seora Flor de
Oustnn, regresa hoy a San Ji-
s 1 seora Herminio de Ouz-
n.n. La despedimos atenta-
mente-
Para los Estados Unido
Sigui hoy para Nueva York
en viaje de negocios el seor
Jos F 011er. Ix> despedimos.
Aniversario de matrimonie
Felicitamos cordlalmente al
doctor Luis Carlos Alemn y se-
ora Hortensia A. de Alemn.
SOCIALES DE COLON
l** JUDITH BERTONCINI
Apartad 412 Apartado 1W4
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KS!^UUra3r
Bail esta aocbo en
e| Menee*
Esta noche s efecluer l
baile auspiciado por las entu-
siastas soclas del Club Ensue-
o en los amplios y ventilados
salones del Jardn Monaco. La
entrad e de un blbo sola-
mente para caballeros, damas
cortesa. Este festival bailable
estar amenizada por U orquee-
U Tropieana. Todos estn cor-
dlalmente invitados.
CampiesBe de maana
En el di de maana cele-
bra su natales la seora Nl-
vi Arosemena de Price, espo-
sa del seor Trenton Price. Has-
ta los Estado Unidos, en don-
de reside, l hacemos llegar
nuestras felicitaciones. <
Queremos ser los primeros en
felicitar a la seora dft Car-
mel Kruse de Alverola, es-
pos del doctor Antonio Albe-
rol, quien mftna. domingo se
vr muy felicitada eon motivo
de celebrar su onomstico.
Tambin cumplo floe m-
na domingo la nia Oladys Co-
rtil* Lpez.' Hasta Almirante le
hacemos Herat "CurrM como
riosamente 1 llm*n, nues-
tru congratulaclone y deseo
por su creciente dlch y ven-
tura personal.
Baile en el Cfob ,
de Ejttraulere ,
El sbado 4 de agoste-. 1
Cruz Roja de Coln tendr un
ball en loa salones del Club de
Extranjeros para recoger fon-
dos a benefeio de dicha ins-
titucin. L entrada costar un
blbo y habr un premio de
entrad que consistir en un
psale de ida y vuelta a la her-
mana Repblica de Costa Rica.
No deje de asistir.
Concierte de maana
desnlag
Programa del concierto que
ejecutar 1 banda de msicos
del Cuerpo de Bomberos do
Coln, maana domingo 23 do
Julio a las I p.m. en el Parque
8 de Noviembre con la coope-
racin del coro del colegio Abel
Bravo en honor del aniversario
de la fundacin del Cuerpo de
Bomberos de coln.
1Marcha Mayor Balas, Molina.
2Danta Espaol Original No.
V, Moszkowsky.
3-Tannhause", Wagner.
Banda y coro del colegio
Abel Bravo,
ierenat* de Schubert.
Banda y coro del colegio
Abel Bravo.
5Hallelujah del Messiah,
Handel. Banda y coro del
colegio Abel Bravo.
6Himno Nacional
Banda y coro del colegio
Abel Bravo.
Carlos A. Molina,
Director.
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Protestan ante el
Depto. de Estado
Ips republicanos
HUEVA YORK, julio 21. (UPI
1 Ministro sin Cartera del
Gobierno de la Repblica Espa-
ola en el exilio, Oeneral Jos
Asensio, envi una nota al Se-
cretario de Estado Dean Ache-
son para "expresarle el senti-
miento y dolor que como "de-
mcratas" nos produce la no-
ticia de que Vuestra Excelen-
cia ha admitido la posibilidad
de poder llegar a establecer un
pacto bilateral de ayuda mutua
con el dictador de Espaa, Oe-
neral Franco".
Declar despus que la Cons-
titucin de Espaa de 1991 es-
tipula que la nica persona qiie
tiene facultades para firmar
pactos que Impliquen el riesgo
de una guerra es el Presidente
de la Repblica.
Aade que Franco "no puede
realizar allantas ni pactos que
no tienen el consenso de la
opinin pblica de Espaa. NI
los cientos de miles en el exi-
lio ni los millones que resUten
en Espaa aceptan lo que hag*
el dictador".
Al afirmar que el proyec-
tado pacto no fortalecer la
posicin estratgica de Espaa,
la nota agrega que "existe, a
nuestro juicio, el peligro que se
produzcan disturbios Internos
de los que pueden beneficiarse
los agitadores y las ideologas
que no estn bajo nuestro con-
trol. Puede llegar el caso de
una nueva guerra civil en Es-
paa y el ejrcito de Estados
Unidos podra verse envuelto en
11". t_________
El 24 de julio es
declarado como el
Da de Amrica
MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin. Ju-
lio 21 (U818)Esta ciudad de
ms de 600,000 habitantes, ha
proclamado el 24 de Julio, 168o.
aniversario del natalicio del Li-
bertador Bimn Bolvar, como
"Dia Latinoamericano".
El Alraldo Frank P. Zeidler
ha emitido una proclama ofi-
cial sobre ste acontecimiento,
exhortando a sus concuidada-
nos a 'expresar nuestros senti-
mientos de amistad por nues-
tros vecinoa paites".
El acto principal del 24 ser
un concierto de msica latino-
americano con la participacin
de Tito Oulzar y la pareja de
baile Estalle y Julio quienes
sern artistas huspedes en el
Parque Washington.
Ha sido enviadas Invitaciones
los Embajadores Latinoameri-
canos par que asistan a ese
concierto; nueve de los veinte
Invitados han contestado ya
aceptaron la Invitacin para
una recepcin y banquete for-
mal. Funcionarlos del Estado
del Candado y la ciudad asisti-
rn, lo mismo que delegaciones
Rspeciales del club del Comer-
cie Mundial, del Club Hispano
y de la Asociacin de Comercio
de Milwaukee.
La Guardera Infantil que actualmente tiene bajo u cuidado 28 cria-
turas, es en s misma una institucin en su infancia que de da en da slo
9ubsiste del patronaje de varios padrinos voluntarlos.
Est patrocinada la sala de cunas que cuida de los nios cuyas ma-
dres se encuentran trabajando, por el Club Interamericano de Mujeres,
organismo ste que fundo la Guardera hace tres aos.
Desde entonces, muchos han sido los nios que dicha sala ha tenido
bajo su cuidado sita al final d la Calle 26 paste, en el Relleno de Barraza.
Son tradas las criaturas
esta Ouarderia al abrir su
puetras a las 6 de la maana
de los das laborables de la
semana, con sus ropltas en di-
versos estados y condiciones, y
bien dormidas o despiertas, en-
tre risas y sollozos.
Desde el momento que lie-
San hasta que vienen sus pa-
res por ellas en la noche, los
nios comen y duermen, jue-
gan y aprenden bajo la hbil
direccin de la seorita Daly
Oberto, quien es ua de dos
empleadas regulares de la Ouar-
deria.
Para el cuidado del da de
sus nios pagan las madres
diez centavos, si pueden.
Un comit especial del Club
Interamerlcano de Mujeres lle-
va directamente la responsabi-
lidad de la Ouarderia. La seo-
ra Esperanza de Mir es presi-
denta del Comit, siendo la
'seora Eflgenla de Typaldos la
subpresldenta. la seorita Rosa
Palacio, secretaria y Emma Al-
varado, tesorera. La pesldenta
del club mismo es la seora de
E. C. Lombard., u
Otros miembros del comit es-
Kclal son; seorft Teresa Va-
rlno. seora Rotarlo de Sliel-
ton, seora Sergl ele Betan-
court, seora Rosita de Martlnz,
seora Rosita de Hernndez, se-
orita Rosa Palacio, seorita
Emma Alvarado, seorita Rita
de la Ouardia. seora Irene de
Oerrity, seora Florence de
Bledsoe. seora Sof de Soto-
mayor, seora Carmen de Las-
tra, seora Carmen de Trlus,
seora Hortensia de Barrera,
seora Corlnne de Robles y 1
seora Isabel de Angellni.
sobre todo en los casos en que
las ropltas de los menores no
sean adecuadas.
El edificio en que se encuen-
tra la Ouarderia lo dona el
Gobierno Nacional libre de l-
Cuenta actualmente la Ouar- qullar, y asimismo se encarga
derla con 28 nios entre las
edades de tres a cinco aos,
cuyo nmero asciende a un
promedio de" 30 criaturas, por
ms que podra la Ouarderia
hacerse cargo hasta de 40 ni-
os.
Juegan los nios en una sala
grande adornada de elefantes,
Jirafas y otros dlbujltos Infan-
tiles que fueron dibujados por
un detenido de la Crcel Mo-
delo, quien despus que vlnle-
de la luz. el agua y servicio
de telfono.
Los presos de la Crcel Mo-
delo vienen con regularidad a
cortar el pasto y llevan a cabo
las tareas de limpieza'.
Los juguetitos y libros con
que se divierten los nios han
sido donados por personas In-
teresadas/ Tanto es asi que la
existencia con que cuenta este
centro fue recibida en la Na-
vidad pasada y ahora ya se
ra para segar pasto se qued encuentra muy usada y redu-
a hacer los dibujos, afi que se
mostrara poseedor de tal afi-
cin.
A las nueve de 1 maana
asentan los nios sus mesltas
en el comedor, donde desayu-
nan o tienen un almuerzo que
consiste en avena y leche. Al
medio dia toman su buena co-
mida y a las tres de la tarde
meriendan fruta o toman algo.
El doctor Juan Masot hace
exmenes mdicos y regulares
y mantiene Informes individua-
les de la salud de los nios,
servicio este que se dedica
voluntariamente el doctor tin
percibir remuneracin alguna.
La Ouarderia tambin provee
uniformes para los pequeos,
Una reunin de los miembros
4el Pacto del Atlntico muy
pronto pedir Estados Unidos
Ser para resolver la creciente disputa sobre la
participacin de Espaa en la defensa de
Europa Occidental
LONDRES, julio 21. Esferas norteamericanas auto-1 del Estado Mayor de la Arma-
rizadas indicaron que Estados
Unidos Insistir en que se ce-
lebre lo ms pronto posible la
reunin del Conse/o de Minis-
tros de Relaciones Exteriores
del Pacto del Atlntico para
tratar de resolver la creciente
disputa sobre la participacin
de Espaa en la defensa de
Europa Occidental.
La disputa entre Estados U-
nldos, por una parte, y Oran
Bretaa y Francia y los otros
miembros de la Organizacin
del Pacto del Atlntico por la
otra, se plante abiertamente
.E PICA?
cabezaF El enrrao? En lo piei? He
pica o lf sre, t
JfNi
arroidesf Puo
>nd> aea, onteM PIOJNA. Piojina calm:
cazonn, ardores y erupciones; riaitoa en la caben y oUaa partea *rpo; cicatriza ampollas y rajaduras r
oa. Compre PIOJINA da de Estados Unidos, Almiran-
te Forrest Sherman, a Madrid,
en donde conferenci con el Ge-
neralsimo Franco sobre la po-
sible concesin de bases areas
y navales a Estados Unidos en
territorio espaol a cambio de
ayuda econmica y militar.
Sherman lleg ayer a Pars
en donde Inform al Oeneral
Dwight Elsenhower sobre el re-
sultado de sus gestiones preli-
minares y hoy llegar a Lon-
dres, en donde se encontrar
con que loe principales dirigen-
tes laboristas estarn fuera de
la capital.
Los observadores diplomti-
cos creen que la crisis anglo-
americana sobre la cuestin de
Espaa continuar hasta que
se celebre la reunin del Con-
sejo de Ministros de Relaciones
Exteriores de las naciones del
Pacto del AUntico.
cida.
El Club Interamerlcano efe
Mujeres ha dotado al edificio
con el equipo necesario y fa-
cilita los fondos Dar su ope-
racin diaria, que incluye la re-
muneracin de sueldo a la se-
ora Oberto, asi' como a una
cocinera y aseadora, la seora
Emelina Webster. Tambin han
contribuido voluntariamente y
con regularidad a los queha-
ceres de la Ouarderia, seoras
del club y se proyecta ahora
reanudar la costumbre de pro-
porcionar voluntarlas de dicho
club para el servicio regular
de cuidar de los nios.
Siempre ha hecho un paoel
importante hacia el suministro
de fondos de la Ouarderia, to-
do regalo o donativo especial,
obsequiado especficamente pa-
ra este centro.
La condicin actual de la
Guardera ha mejorado nota-
blemente con la promesa de la
UNESCO de proveer leche y
margarina. Por mediacin del
Departamento de Educacin de
Panam y bajo la direccin
propia de la seora Libertarla
de Cohn, se han hecho los arre-
glos del caso para que de la
organizacin mundial se vayan
a proveer leche y margarina
sufflcente de 25 raciones diarlas
para los nios de la Guarde-
ra.
Otro de los ltimos donativos
hechos al Club Interamerlcano
de Mujeres fue el hecho por la
rpsa Armour, la cual suministr
80 cajas de carne picada para
la Guardera. Tambin se han
recibido donativos de pintura
muy necesitada para retoques
de los seores George Novey y
Guardia y Cia.
Una de las necesidades espe-
De izquierda a derecha Sra. Doa Hesita Hernndez, ra.*
Dona Carmen de la Lastra, Seorita Rosa Palacio, Sra. Den
Sofa Sotomayor. Sra. Doa Corlnne Robles, Seora Doa*
Carmen Trlus, Seora Don Esperanza Mir, Sr. Doa Hor-|
tensla Barrer, Seora Doa Alice Lombard, Seera Doa
Ifigenia Typaldos.
cales actuales es la' de aceite
de bacalao para Impedir el vo-
te de catarros que con frecuen-
cia irrumpe entre los nios de
la Guardera.
En un esfuerzo por obtener
los fondos, necesarios par las
operaciones diarlas del plantel,
derla hace'tres aos, la seora
Blossom de Benitez, espesa del
Coronel Enrique Benitez, acan-
tonado entonces l en el Fuer-
te Amador, era la presidenta,
del Club Interamerlcano de Mu-
jeres y la seorita Rosa Pafi-:
,clo era presidenta del comit'
ei club interamerlcano de Mu-1 encargado del proyecto especial'
jeres ha proyectado exhibir una'Rosa Palacio se hizo cargo tt'
serie de funciones benficas. La su mayora de la responsable-'
primera consistira en una ve- i dad por la Guardera en lo*'
lada musical y de clnemato-1 primeros aos de su comlenv*'
grafa en el Teatro Bellavlstajy su apoyo y afn han sido1
para las 8.30 de la noche del: elementos importantes en sp
25 de julio. desarrollo hasta el presente.
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1951.-cuando se abrirn en pbli- ,c amnii
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o en la del Gerente General n
Mount Hope. Zona del Canal.
PERDIDO
PERDIDO:Cortera con plata y pa-
peles importantes. Gratificacin.
Apdo. 256. Balboa.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera. Co-
SE ALQUILA:Locales paro depsi-
tos de mercancas, tambin un ta-
ller de herrera equipado, y un
taller de mecnica pora automvi-
les. Tel. 2-0640.
V,ll.u. y Tejelre Oe. Ltde.
Precios especiales por quincena o
mes. Pora informes dirjase o Pen-
sin Ponam, Calle 6a. No. 3 Sr.
Guztmer. De B a 11 a. m. o 7
p. m. en adelante.
SE NECESITA
General
lia de Toms Arios. Avenida Cubo SE NECESITA: 4
y calle 32. Exposicin.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda pora ofi-
cios domsticos, con recomenda-
cin. Via Espaa 112 altos.
SE NECESITA: Empleado"asrrp7-
tente pora oficios generles que
- seoe plonchar. dormir en el em-
pleo. Buen sueldo. Calle 46 No.
22. altos.
jvenes, ambos
sexs. experiencia en propagando
Ave. Centro! 47 Apto. 23.
SE DESEA
SE NECESITAEmpleoda pora servi-
cio. Manuel Icoza No. 7 Apto. 3.
SE NECESITA: Empleada cocina,'
dems oficios domsticos. 2 perso- i
Vkis. Buenas referencia', duermo
empleo. Calle 41 Este 37 altos.
SE NECESITA:Una empleoda para
cocinor. Calle 5o. No. 36 faltos).,
Quiero carro de segunda mono ol-
quilado por 12 dios con opcin a
comprarlo. Dirjase a Calle' la. No. ,
7. Visto Hermosa. Pregunte por GANGA! Por motivo de viaje se
Sanz. venden muebles, juego de so-
la, comedor, recmaro, artculos
de plata, etc. Puede conseguir el,
apartamento. Colle 46 coso 19'
Apto. 1. Tel. 3-3392.
,SE NECESITA: Bomba de presin
saneamiento, dedicando sus ma-
yores esfuerzos en el recog-
miento de .vagos y maleantes i
que pululan por los diferentes;
barrios de esta ciudad. Para
ello, ha establecido un servicio!
de Ronda Nocturna que hasta (
el momento nos ha dado re-
sultados satisfactorios.
Jeremas Alberda de Len, per
_ su extenso historial pollclvo, se.
DESEAMOS matrimonio sin hijos, que i constituy en uno de los ma- !
conozco de labores de campo pa- leantes ms peligrosos de los
ra cuidor cosa en el Valle de An-! que operan en esta ciudad.
ton. Debe tener recdmendocin del | Es evidente que Alberda de I
lugar donde traboj antes. Ca. Un trat de robar en casa
Duiodio Gonzlez N S. A. FbrU del seor Adames y que su ac-
o de Mosaicos. Ave. Cubo No. 8. tltud. despus de que el detec-
tive Royal le hizo tres dispa-
ros al aire, puso en peligro la
vida de ste, pues como hemos
dicho, Alberda era un maleante
peligroso y capas de todo por
evitar la accin de la justicia".
Capitn Pedro J. Peres,
Sub-Inspector General de la
Polica Secreta.
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NOESi'ROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Cali* li lata No. 4 Tel. Z-MM
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
La Braniff
"BOOSTER PUMP" de 240 go-
Iones por minuto sin corga de suc-
cin y un. corga de elevacin de SE VENDE:Cama caobo 39" con'
*U libros por pulgada cuodrodo o' "spring" y colchn Calle Uru- ly ,m '*" Amarle) orld Air-
seo una altura de 95 pies. Motor guoy No. 23. i ways sobre vuelos complemen-
Tnfsico de 220 voltios. Se reci-'---------------------------------------------|tario* por sus rutas latlnoanje-j
ben propuestos en el ABATTOIR SE VENCE:Maquino de lavar en (lesnas.
Felpa Mineralizada
Roja y Verde
Felpa Negra
de 15 y 30 lbs.
Clavos de Zinc
Balanzas 'Detecto'
Almacenes Romero
Avt. Norte No. 48
NACIONAL o en los ofiemos de
ViII*bu*v* y T*i*ira Ca. Lid.. .
Paul CamaeNi.
buenas condiciones, barata. Ave.
Chile No. 25. Apto. 3.
SE NECESITA:Uno empleado. Co- "-----'-------------------------------
Me 52 Este No. 10, aport.mento 6, C. i.
Bello Vista. \Ot ttlt
S'SE NECESITA ~Buencoc,nero^ue i Ab^,"ain.IB,M ,
sepa disponer. Intil presentarse1 J=;RUfaALEN, julio 21. (UP),
sin buenas references. Avenido i ~ uentes informadas dijeron
San Martm 2. .----------------------------r f.1, asesinato del Rey Abdullah
St NECESITAUno cocinero con ex-; determinara el inmediato cur-
penencio y una emp'eoda paro of i- so de los sucesos en el
cios domsticos No tienen que Hashemita. 600,000
dormir en el trobaio. Ave Manuel d'l reino Hashemita .
Icoza No, 26, Campo Alegre. iIa parle de Palestina que fue
r k uercci-rA----Tl.------- ~, : t.on}*fa nor las '"rzas de Ao-
JjpS^NECEblTA:Uno buena emplea- aullan en la gucira con Israel
SE VENDE:Juego de comedor: 8 si-
llas, meso, aparador y vitrina.
Adems un sof y dos poltronas.
Tel. 3-0756, Colle 50 No. 37.
SE VENDE.Juego de comedor de
La junta acord a la ves
permitir a la empresa Braniff
Airways aue utilice a Miami co*
no punto intermedio en sus
vuelo entre Houston, Tesas, La
Habana, Cuba y otros puntos
en la Amrica Latina. Este a-
cuerdo permitir a la Braniff
realizar vuelos desde La Habana
,,.k_ ..li.. .7 _, t----- reauair vueio* nesot ui
coobo. sillas extros, mquina poro Housto Tm Miami.
hocer bloques de concreto, meso1 .. Seel.r el acuerdo so-
rAv^daVdrJu^Nn C"' intercambio de equipo de
so. Avenido 4 de Julio No. 49. j |>g dos primtrM, empresas men-
habtame? ISE VENDE- ~ Re'"0erodqro marca *
"cside, en WiWolr, 9 pies, estufo gas. de:"a
i '?.. e"l obinete. 4 auemadores. horno. *e
14. Apto. I.
Calle Estudiante No. 105. ltimo
do paro el servicio de coso. Tiene y otros 400 mil son refugiados pis- Apt0- 2-
que dormir en el emp'ee Muv del mismo conflicto. I^.. ..
buen sueldo mensual. Colle 50 No. |
Muchos de estos habitantes
consideran a los jordanlos muy
por debajo de su cultura y
experiencia en el Gobierno y se
encuentran resentidos por la
censura de prensa establecida
por Abdullah y su firme con-
trol del Parlamento que le res-
ponda solo a l.
Materiales de Construe*
cia de alta calidad es
nuestra especialidad
Consltenos para
presupuestos
I CALIDAD SUPERIOR
8ERVICIO ESMERADO
. ENTREOA PUNTUAL
cionadas. la oficina dije que
actualmente no se realise in-
gebmete. 4 quemadores, "homo. tercamblo alguno de eqiilpe
buenos condiciones. Buen precio. "* e,,a;, *>* oficina mani-
fest tambin que ninguno de
esos acuerdes afectar sus fu-
turas decisiones sobre la cues-
tin pendiente del "servicio di-
recto" entre Nueva York y To-
cumen" la que al resolverse de-
terminar qu acuerdos perma-
nentes concertarn esas empre-
SE VENDE:Motivo viaje, dos cornos
coobo. con esprines, swing, acua-
rios, peces, meso superficie vidrio,
mesitas, plantas, lmparas fluo-
rescentes. Calle 44 N. 1 Apto.
"G".
El estado de emergencia que
ha sido decretado en la vieja
ciudad de Jerusaln y sus al-
rededores puede continuar por
varias semanas. Patrullas de le-
! gionarios junto con la Ouar-
,aia Nacional cuidan la ciudad.
La puerta de Mandelbaum que
divide a Jordania e Israel ha
sido cenada por rdenes de la
Legion rabe y ni an los dl-
ipiomaticos pueden pasar por
ella. Los cnsules de Holanda,
\i rancia y Turqua se encuen-
i tran varados en Jerusaln sin
poder regresar a sus casas en
el otro lado de la puerta.
La Legin rabe ha cance-
lado todas las licencias de sus
tropas y ha colocado patrullas
en las fronteras de Jordania.
El ejrcito de 15,000 hombres
al ruando del general britnico
John Qlubb Pasha se encuenlru
en estado de alerta para cual-
quier eventualidad en Jordania,
en donde un milln de Palesti-
nos se muestran sumamente In-
quietos y no han renunciado a
sus sueos de reconquistar el
territorio para Israel.
sas.
VNDESE: Muebles: Tres juegos
recmoro. 1 sola, 2 estufas, 2 re-
fr oeredoros, etc. Precio muy redu-
cido. Infrmese caso respectiva, es-
quino colle I! Ave. lo. P.itilla.
Ocurra cuolquier hora, paro infor-
mes a lo mismo caso.
OPORTUNIDAD REGv.L0T~Camo
doble, completo, B.35.00; Radio
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comedor acero, B.8.00; Cmodo
acero 8 gaveta:., B.20.00; Sillos. I
is.-Tto^-B^oa^u Juegos de la segunda
trastes de cocina). Normo Orozco , Ble J
Via E pana final, contiguo edifico YUCIlfl 061 lOMCO OC
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simpatizantes.
Adems del Licenciad Vega
Mndez hicieron uso de la pa!'.-
I.ra los seores. Dr. Julio E.
Boyd, Profesor Carlos Rai R .-
mero, Miguel Anuel Picardi
Ami, y Pablo Castrejn.
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IMPRENTAS
PAPELES
HUDSON MACHINfRY COVPaSi
basketball femenino
liga Provincial le Basketball
De Panam1951
CntCUITO FEMENINO
la. Categora
Temporada ele Campeonato
Calendario de Juegos
Segunda Vuelta
JULIO-
21Operten vs Daar
MM. Vigor vs Crdenas
38-^-Crdenas s Operten
AGOSTO
1M. Vlgqr rs Operten
4Daar vs Cardenas'
S NECESITAN:
Dos jvenes y des seoritas
de buena presencia con expe-
riencia en ventas. Sueldo ba-
stee, comisiones. Ave. Central
31. Oficina 404 de S a 9 a.m.
solamente.
SOperten vs Daar
11Daar vs M. Vigor
15Operten vs Crdenas
II M. Vigor vs Crdenas
NOTA:Los Juegos se efec-
tuarn loa mircoles y ibados.
en las "soras de la noche en el
Gimnasio Nacional, v comenza-
rn Inmediatamente termine el
Timer partido del programa de
la leen
I
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36 x "
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48 x 72"
MUEBLERA
LA COMPETIDORA
Calle 16 Oeste 47.
Telfono 2-3181.
SE REQUIERE AGENTE y
DISTRIBUIDOR
nico en Panam para la dis-
tribu-ion de una gran varie-
dad de receptores de radio y
televisin de manuf a clara
britnica "Etronic." Para ob-
tener detalles completos escri-
ban a: Messrs. Associated Ex-
ports. Ltd.. 6 Laurence Fount-
ney Hill, Londres E. C. 4, In-
glaterra.
A bordo del barco hospital "Jutlandia", en Pusan Corea, el ca- j
, bo Dierie Gerard de Blgica, recibe una cerilla para su cigarriil* '
r de manos de la mascota del barco, un joven coreano, vistiendo un
traje de vaquero, generalmente muy popular entre los jvenes en
los Estados Unidos de Amrica.
El barco hospital "Jutlandia" es una contribucin de Dina*
marea a las Naciones Unidas para ayudar al comn esfuerzo en
Corea. Tiene este barco una tripulacin de 160 hombres. perSo-
t nal de hospital de 104 personas, incluyendo los mejores doctores
I conocidos en Dinamarca, quienes voluntariamente han ofrecido
, sus servicios.
Desde que la Repblica de Corea fu invadida por los comu-
j nistas en Junio de 1950, los doctores y enfermeras de las Nacio-
nes Unidas han tenido pajo su cuidado la poplacin civil de honv
bres, mujeres y nios, asi como tambin de loa soldados heridos
' de las Naciones Unidas. *.
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Plywood de J de grueso
Madera fina.
MEDIDA&
36 x 72".....a B/.4.o6
48 x 72" ...... 5.00
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Truman Exhorta a Stalin a
Que D a Conocer a Rusia
Los Objetivos De La Paz
Para Entrega Inmediata
CARROS INGLESES
de conocidas marcas
STANDARD VANGUARD
Sedan de Cuatro Puertas
TRIUMPH MAYFLOWER
Sedan de Dos Puertas
CARRO PANEL
STANDARD
PICK-UP
STANDARD
PARA INFORMES LLAME
a los telfonos:
2-2930 2-1619
WASHINGTON, JUllO (USIS).
No habr guerra si al pueblo
de la Unin Sovitica se le dan a
conocer los objetivos de paz del
pueblo y gobierno de los Estados
Unidos, segn opina el Presiden-
te Truman.
El Jefe del Ejecutivo'de los Es-
tados Unidos envi este mensa-
je al tratar a Shvernlk la resolu-
cin del congreso de los Estados
Unidos en la que se expresa la a-
mlstad del pueblo americano ha-
cia los pueblos de todas las naolo-
nes Inclusive de la Unin Soviti-
ca.
Truman'dljo a Shvernik que la
resolucin tiene su "Mncera apro-
bacin y continu: "Aado a ella
un mensaje mi para el pueblo so-
vitico con la ferviente esperanza
de que estas expresiones puedan
ayudar a formar una mejor com-
prensin de los objetivos v prop-
sitos de los Estados Unidos."
Refirindose a las barreras con-
tra el "amistoso intercambio de
ideas e informacin entre los pue-
blos". Trrrtan dijo:
"Los pueblos a los cuales se les ;
niegan loa medios normales de
comunicaciones no podrn obte-
ner la mutua comprensin que
debe formar la.base de la con-
fianza y la amistad. o podremos
eliminar las sospechas y recelos
corri causas principales de- la
guerra mientras no ae permite
que fluya la comunicacin Ubre*
mente a travs de las fronteras
internacionales."
Truman dijo a Shvernlk que es
"deber sagrado" de toe-dirigentes.
de los dos pases "seguir todos
los medios honorables que pro-
duzcan fruto" a la paz comn de
los Estados Unidos y la Unin So-
vitica.
Calendario de los
Juegos de ftbol
de Vista Hermosa
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 v 2' x 81
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
EL ARTE DE LA
CONVERSACIN
Conversar bien no Implica el
uso exclusivo de vocablos jcultos
o rebuscados. Sin apelar a pa-
labras vulgares copiadas del vo-
cabulario arrabalero. la conver-
sacin debe desenvolverse en
trminos correctos, pero senci-
llos. Es necesario huir'de toda
afectacin en el lenguaje. NI
recurrir a giros ridiculos ni em-
plear grandes palabras para ex-
presar cosas pequeas. La ele-
gancia consiste en emplear la
palabra conveniente en cada
casa.
Tambin la poca impone al-
cunas normas en esta eleccin.
Hay modas hasta para conver-
sar. Cada siglo aporta nuevas
f'guras de expresin y hunde
otras en el olvido. Resulta inca-
lificable el afn de algunas ni-
as modernas de "crear" pala-
bras raras, y de abusar de ex-
tranjerismos, con nfulas de pa-
sar por intelectuales v cultas.
En la conversacin se destaca
el asunto importante con pocos
prembulos y se huve de circun-
loquios para no aburrir y soste-
ner asi activa la atencin del
que' escucha. El- relato minucio-
so y extenso de bagatelas im-
oportunas l oyente. Asimismo,
los asuntos desprovistos de in-
ters general, concernientes ex-
clusivamente a la persona .que
habla, no son admisibles. Ha-
blar de al. de sus proyectos, de
sus dolencias, de sus aspiracio-
nes, de sus venturas v desven-
turas, resulta Insoportable para
los otros.
Un grave defecto consiste en
hablar con frialdad v monoto-
na, con el deliberado proposito
de no alterar el conjunto estu-
diado frente al espejo. El exceso
opuesto, es ms lamentable to-
dava.
Muchas mujeres se creen in-
teresantes a fuerza de gestos v
de "moneras", mal en conso-
nancia oon lo que estn dicien-
do; tambin tienen algunas la
costumbre por hacer rer los
dems, burlarse e Imitar a sus
amistades faltando asi, no slo
a la caridad cristiana v a las
reglas ms esenciales de buena
educacin, sino que semejante
imprudencia es definitiva para
Juzgar la ciase a que pertenece
dicha persona*
JULIO 22
9;45 a.m. Vista Hermosa vs.
Arsenal
11:15 a.m. Chileno vs Purgue
efevre.
1:4o .p.m. Juventud-. Catlica
vs. Ibrico "
3.45 p.m. Milolnarlos vs Cer-
vecera
JULIO 29
8:45 svm. Iva Pern vs. I-
rrico
11.15 am. Orion vs. Parqut
Lefevre.
1:45 p.m. Vista Hermosa vs
Liaurad
3.45 p.m. Millonarios vs. Ai-
seal
AGOSTO 5
9:45 a.m- Cervecera vs. Ar-
senal
11:15 a.m. Parque Lefevre *'8
Eva Pern
1:4S p.m. Lord Chesterfie:d va.
Liaurad
3:45 p.m. Vista Hermosa v*
Millonarios
AGOSTO 12
9:45 am. Cervecera vs. Eva
Pern
11:15 ajn. Orion vs. Llaurad*
1:45 p.m. Chileno vs. Ibtlco
3:45 p.m. Juventud vs. Paiaua
Lefevre.
AGOSTO 19
9:45 am. Lord Chesterfield,-va.
Arsenal
11:15 a.m. Vista Hermosa vs.
Eva Pern
1.45 p.m. Orion vs. Millonarios '
3:45 p.m. Chileno vs. Juventud ,
Catlica
-------------------------------------------------------------------- :
Calendario de juegos
de la segunda vuelta
del basket masculino
Liga Provincial de Basketball \
de 1S51
CIRCUITO MASCULINO
IMviskm layer
Temporada de Campeonato
Segunda Vuelta
JULIO
21Bam vs Chesterfield.
23C. Vieja vs Bam.
Mauricio vs Madurito
25C. Vieja vs Mauricio.
Madurito vs Lord Chestsr.
28Bam vs Madurfto
3oLord. Chester, vs Bam.
Madurito vs Mauricio


SBADO, JULIO l. 1*51
El PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SRTB
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HOY
GRANDIOSA FUNGN
CINE. TEATRAL!
'iUNMONo/
WHIERSLE2-JESSEI1TE
*i *>*' i*> m * una w'^ ^TiofFXo)
.EN ESCENA:-
ATRACCION ESPECIAL A LA8 Y 8.W P. M.
"EL PROFESOR PLMER"
Prest id trltader Humorista Ventrlocuo
UN ESPECTCULO riNO Y ENTRETENIDO!
PKEC.OS POPLES: 8:r,,.-
Se piden 50 millones para la
ayuda de los EE. UU. a
las repblicas americanas
Lo hace ex-Secretario de Estado, quien dice
que la Amrica Latina es la ms important*
de las regiones a la que E. U. tiene acceso
WASHINGTON, Julio 21 (UP)
Adolph A. Berle, Ex-SecreUrio
Ce Estado Adjunto, recomend
c.ue los 23 millones de dlares
destinados a ayudar a las rep-
blicas americanas en el \.v>-
puesto proyecto de ley de ayu-
da al extranjero por 8,600 millo-
nea de dlares se eleva "por lo
menos a 50 millones".
En un testimonio ante la co-
misin de Relaciones Ester Uves
de la. Cmara de Representan-
tes. Berle dijo que "lato no es
pedir mucha No podemos le.icr
millones de personas viviendo
literalmente al lado de EsLdos
Unidos como peones sin una es-
peranza substancial de cambiar
de situacin y esperar una si-
tuacin estable entre el Ro
Grande y el Cabo de Hornos".
Berle calific a Latino Ameri-
ca de ."la mis Importante de
las regiones del mundo a las
cuales tenemos acceso y inte
tiempo" en lugar de las criticas
regiones de Europa y el Cerca-
no Oriente.
Refirindose a Europa y el A-
s'a Menor, Berle manifest Hae
'por alguna razn curiosa, !a
uiayoria de loa norteamerica-
nos dan por descontado que un
continente y medio habitado
por ms de 160 millones de per-
donas estarn alii a nuestra d.s
posicin cuando los necesitea.o,
aunque no pertenecen a ningn
imperio americano ni son capa-
ces de llegar a sus propias de-
cisiones"-
HOY
PRESIDENTE
VARIEDADES
SIMULTNEAMENTE!
HOY! La Pelcula Que Todo Panam Elogia
SU VIDA ERA UN MISTERIO...
Pues slo viva para la venganza contra los que la
traicionaron.. .!
Zully MORENO Arturo da CORDOVA, en
En gigantesco porta-aviones
para bombarderos atmicos
convertir EE.UU. a Espaa
Una serie de bases se extendera desde los Pirineos
en el norte hasta Sevilla en el sur y las
Baleares en el Mediterrneo
Por RALPH PORTE
MADRID. Julio 26 (UP).Esferas Informadas decla-
raron que Estados Unidos espera convertir a Espaa en
un gigante*** "porta-aviones" para ras caas v aviones
de bombardee atmie* con una serie de bases aue se ex-
tenderan desde los Pirineos en el norte hasta Sevilla en
el sur. Sin embargo, las esferas dijeron ene todava no
se ha llegado a un aeuerdo eenorete y definitivo.
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f'l lunes a lis 2:45 p.m.
por las ondas de la Red
Panamericana con el reparto estelar de Anita VUlalaz y Edgar
del Esto. "La Bien Pafada" a las 2:43 de la tarde estupenda,
mente dirigida por Emilio Das es una audicin presentada por
Kelvix. S.A. de esta ciudad.
El Jefe del Estado Mayor de
la Armada de Estados Unues,
Almirante Forrest 8herm.cn,
parti para Paris despus de li-
na visita de tres dias duranta in
oual conferenci con el Gene-
ralsimo Franco v otros aiws
funcionarios espaoles.
Las esferas dijeron que EsU-
dos Unidos ha expresado su in-
ters en las siguientes bases n-
vales y areas en Espaa las
que serian facilitadas por el Go-
bierno de Espaa a cambio de
ayuda militar y econmica: Ba-
ses areas en Sevilla, Madrid y
Barcelona. Todos sos lugares
disponen de aerdromos con pls
ta eapaces de recibir aviones de
mayor tamao pero en gerts.&l
necesitan ser modernizadas en
ciertos aspectos. Ademis, at
cree que Estados Unidos dejes
establecer bases en el noreste
ce Espaa en la zona de >oa
Pirineos.
Los norteamericanos tambin
estn interesados en obtener
bases navales en los puertos de
Cartagena, Cdiz, Barcelona,
Valencia y Tetun. Este ultimo
est en el Marruecos Espaol
Tambin se instalarn bases
en las Islas de Mallorca, Menor-
ca, Yblza en las Saleras de
160 a 320 kilmetros de la cos-
ta oriental espaola, en el Me-
diterrneo. La Sexta Flota de
tetados Unidos utilizar /as
mtalaclones como "bases de
iptaguardla".
Una gran base aeronaval se
instalar en el Mar Menor, un
gran lago salado Junto al Medi-
terrneo carca de Cartagena-
Montreal sufre la
mayor escasez de
trigo en 40 aos
MONTREAL Julio 31 (UP)
Los funcionarlos del puerto de
Montreal declararon que la as-
cases de triso que se nota ac-
tualmente en loa elevadores de
granos de sta ciudad "es la
peor registrada en cuarenta a-
flos."
Nueve buques se encontraban
paralizados en el puerto espe-
rando cargas de trigo y se dijo
que otras once naves quedarn
en la misma situacin debido
a que las existencias de los e-
levadores se encuentran a 175
mil toneladas por debajo de su
nivel normal.
Los portavoces de los depsi-
tos de granos dijeron que ia si-
tuacin actual se debe a la fal-
ta de embarcaciones para el
transporte en los Grandes La-
sos y a que l.s agricultores del
occidente de Canad se han de-
morado en enviar trigo a loa
mercados.
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno'
levantadas
Nocturnas
SI win tt de Itvmulu <
Nirnaa, oler da eapalda, oler de
S lerna, perdida de vigor, nervleal-
4 o debilidad, debe ayudar Inin-
diaUraanta a 1* '(Undula Prstata
O BOOINA. Sita maravillo
medicina la har aentlr ms jovan,
ana tuerta y dormir aln Interrupt
"loe. Conor* not?'"'* tn au botica.
Regale o su familia con
POSTOSSRoyvl
Ahora anala el lervlr le
paKre ! RrUai y Raoe
I ' kn. tibia
RED
Panamericana
1090 Kcs
HOY SBADO
PJK.
3:30 Araenlo Rodrguez
0 J" su conjunto
3;43 Carrera
400 Arcano y sus maravillas
lo Carrera
4:30 Msica peruana
4:40 Carrera
6:00 Msica variada
6:16 Carrera
tM Bailables panamericano
J.3 Ronda musical
7:00 Notlioas de la BBC
(Cadena)
7:15 El Hit Parade
7:30 Nuestros artistas
7:46 Acordes porteos
8:00 Msica variada
S:3J El Carrusel de la alegra
M U Zanueia del Sabed
10:00 A bailar
10:45 Boleros favoritos
IllM En el mundo de los
Clsicos
13:00 Buenas noches
MARAA DOMINGO
8 00 Buenos dias
8:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
8:30 Valses favoritos
8:48 Ritmos del Norte
9:00 Delicias tropicales
9:30 El Concierto Matutino
10.00 Mxico y su msica
10:18 Espaoleras
10:30 Cancionero de la Maana
11.00 Sorteo de la Lotera
Nacional
11:18 Femando Fernndez
11:30 Msica variada
12:00 Msica de saln
PM.
12:30 Ritmos bailables
1:88 La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
, .. narrador Eduardo Molino
1:00 Estampas mexicanas
1:19 Carrera
1:30 Xavier Cugat y su Orq.
1:46 Carrera
2 00 Cancionero de la tarde
2:46 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera.
0/ y MAANA!
Desde las 10:00 a.m.
ra con ganas viendo..,
A -
SARA GARCIA
ANGEL GARASA
GUSTAVO ROJO
Carmtlira Gonialer
en -
LAVINE
UNA COMEDIA DELICIOSA
ALEGRE I NICA!
u O y simultane
ESTRENO!...
EN EL 'i'"
TEATRO LUX
1:1, 4:5, :Se, t:M
Y EL TEATRO
CECILIA
IMS. 3:1, 3.-it. I Je
Filmada en la propia India
y en Tecnicolor!
I.a frenar de
la M-O-M
are lili:
OBIATINA IOYAI
8ua ingrediente puriaimo. y M
delieioao aabar fruta ... har aue
la Gelatina Royal adorna a menudo
meaa y refale eu pelader Cinco
frutas dan la variedad de saborea:
free, Iremeueae. naranja, limo* y
eran.
PUOINSS BOYAL
delitioee crema 4* cngxalate,
ramelo vainilla deleita al pele de r
n a pe*1'* nutritivo, lifer* y fcil
da hacar. Y ne olvide lee eaboree de
naranja can caco, vainilla y chocle-
te kse 4a tapioca.
PIAN ttOYAl
La tiene todo . rica) ganar... eua-
ve conaietencia . exquiaita aapaa-
o ., lj> ae prepare en un aantiamen
in aue nonas le haga aaeaer malt
Celeeal
Programa!
Bailes!... Canciones!...
Chistes... en
EL AMOR VIGILA
Felicidad a
raudales con
el espectculo
musical mejor V
logrado!
*1A^'
T-^o-" euCr
CR0SBY*0LS0N
DE LA
INDIA
cont
ERROL FLYNN
Dean Stockwell Paul Laicas
Robert Douglas Thomas
Gomez Laurette Lues
y miles ms!
con GROUCHO MARX
La divertida historia de una
pareja de recin casados que
recibieron la visita de la sue-
gra!... En su luna de misil
Gano TIERNEY John
LUND Thelma RITER
en
"CASADO Y CON
DOS SUEGRAS'
(THE MATING SEASON)
rundan dr Medianoche
KN EL
TEATRO LUX
_(* les naa .- i
Drama realista y sensacional)
Una verdica historia filmada
en el lugar de los hechos!...
Una pelcula que Ud. ver al
borde de su asiento y eon las
manos asidas a l!...
"FUEGO MORTAL"
StflT-M-
nC'SleftTS
KfAUSM!
Red Panamericana
tiene los
meiores programa?
Maana -CENTRAL- Matinal
A lat 10.-00 a.m.
UN SUPER PROGRAMA!
TIM HOLT, en
"EL RENEGADO DEL
RANCHO"
e
Len ERROL, en
'TRANCE VERTIGINOSO'

3 Cartones de
DONALD y PLUTO
EXTRA!
A Cada Nio se le
REGALARA
Una Fotografa Tamaflo
Grande de
TIM HOLT
- adems: -
GRAN RIFA CON
MUCHOS PREMIOS!
e
VENGA A DISFRUTAR DE ESTE GRAN PROGRAMA
Y LLVESE UN PREMIO!
CENTRAL
Tanda; l:lf,JI:4>,_4j47._o:4eva:Sa
Dlek Powell Rhonda Flaming
- eo -
Un Drama Platolerol
"PELIGRO"
Adems: El Corto nuevo:
"PLUTO Y LA TORTUGA"
.________Carlee de ntanejrl
TEA TROS LUX y CECILIA
tantiitejaa aventura en la exotica v mleteriooa
India!... Pompa!... Lujo!... Emocin!
(E8TRENO SIMULTANEO!
" K I M
DE LA INDIA"
torrg ERB0L 4
FLYNN-ratal
.:-.'IV-d>.-:i
SIMULTNEAMENTE! a
VARIEDADES y
PRESIDENTE
lly Moreno
Arturo de
Cordova
en la gran
e mm .upe,
1 produccin
"Mara Monrecristo"
BELLA VISTA
Tanda: 3:M, 4:31. f:|g, t:H
UNA COMEDIA SENSACIONAL!
Adoptaron un Mono y quedaron
todoe haciendo monera!
' B O N Z O "
con Ronald Reagan Diana Lyan
____________> BO.V-
ENO
TROPICAL
David Brian Arlene Oabl
Barry Sullivan, en
"EL ULTIMO NAIPE"
Viva (lo para al luego...
Y lleao au ultima carta. .'
TEATRO ENCANTO
^_ Al/e Acondicionado
Bing Crosby, en
"EL AMOR VIGILA"
Gene Tierney. en
CASADO Y CON DOS
SUEGRAS"
con John Lund
TEATRO TIVQLI
Alan Ladd Mona Freeman, en
"EL HIJO QUE VUELVE"
John Payne Maureen
Orlara, an
1RI POLI"
TEATRO IRIS
Gloria Marin Vctor Junco, en
"Mujer de Medianoche'
Miroalava Fernando Fernandez
i
"La Muerte Enamorada"
rEsUKO CAPITOLIO
Georie Raft Coleen resjr
en -
HAGAN JUEGO SEORES'
- AdemAs:
Betty rable Dn Dmley
- en -
AMORES EN TOKIO"
TEATRO EDISON
Burt Laneaglar. an
"EL VALLE DE LA
VENGANZA"
Ronald Colman, en
"KISMET".
TEATRO VICTORIA
EL ENIGMA 1U LAS TOMES'
iCapilulea 5 y S)
Adenii: -
"U. PROBLEMA DE LOci
VALIENTES" v
"CALLES DE PELIGRO"
HISPANO
Tin-Tan, en
"Al MI AMOR COMO ME
HAS PUESTO"
"PARA QUE LA CURA
APRIETE"
^^coriDornin|o Soler
VIS! ERMOSA
(apilan Amrica" (1-2-3)
"EL ULTIMO BANDIDO
-y -
"LOS INCENDIARIOS"
PAC l ? ICO
"EL REY DEL
SABOTAJE"
(1-41 Ademaa:
"TenHeela Ska Le,"
y
iOii
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SANGRIENTOS"
- y -
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APOLO
"EL GAVILN
POLLERO"
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PAG ft. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO IrTOEPENniFNTl
ABADO. JULIO ti. 1151
Recia Batalla Desarrollan
Cuatro Equipos Por El Primer
Lugar De La Liga Americana
Francisco Ditrani Presidente de la
Federacin de Ftbol y Miguel
Rivas nuevo Delegado por Panam
ooo
ge acept el envo de una Delegacin al Salvador,
demostrando as poca consideracin al prestigio
del balompi nacional
Deludo, vicepresidente y Mar-
co Mendoza, Fiscal, Delegado!
por Coln; Antonio Gramunt.
Tesorero y Miguel Rifas, Sub-
secretario, Delegados por Pana-
El conocido y entusiasta de-
porlita, Don Francisco Ditrani.
fu escogido anoche para el car
go de Presidente de la Federa-
cin Nacional de Ftbol, en la
reunin que efectu dicha en- mi.
^Tambin tu reconocido como1 Una de las P'^ras decisio-
FMedc po-Panam, el seor I nes de esta^ Directiva reforma-
Mlauel ngel Rivas. quedando da fu la de aceptar el envo
con el caigo de Subsecretario, de una delegacin de ftbol ni
Son esto! nombramientos te torneo de El Salvador, demos-
completan los miembros de la
Federacin y se llenan todos
los cupos de la Directiva, 1
trado con sto poca conside-
racin al prestigio del ftbol
nacional, ya que como se sabe
^Z^ue-dado en !a sigulen-e f Salvador abstuvel
. vlar un equipo al pasado t-am-
Presidente. Francisco Ditrani. i peonato Centroamericano de
Secretario, Luis Ardines, ambos I ftbol que tuvo lugar en esta
Delegados por Chiriqui; Daniel ciudad._______________________
Judith Caballero va de primera entre las
mayores anotadores oel Basket femenino
MAYORES ANOTADORAS DEL BASKETBALL FEMENINO
(Liga Provincial de Panama)
Jugadoras 1
J. Caballero (U10)....... 7
H. Espinosa (D).........
B. Cooper B. Reyes (MV)........... f
R. Herazo (D>........... 8
D. Cellls (MV)........... 8
M. Checa (SO.......... ]
P. Caswell (MV)......... *
M. Oliva (MV)........... I
E. loza (UlOi........... ]
C. luentes (SCi......... 5
I. c .Lalea (D>......... 5
C
36
34
22
26
21
16
14
12
10
8
!
11
Fl
40
4
21
33
47
18
22
33
13
13
l(i
FE
23
21
28
7
12
16
6
I
6
10
10
7
FP
6
14
17
25
6
25
3
7
12
24
24
7
FT
2
1
1
1
2
0
1
0
0
1
o
o
PTS.
.95
.89
.72
.59
.54
.48
.34
.27
.26
.26
.26
.25
Una mnima ventaja
separa a los Medias
Rojas de los otros
o oo
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Solamente .005 puntos sepa-
ran al equipo del primer lugar
del cuarto da la Liga America-
na despus que los Yanquis e
Indios ganaron sus juegos y los
Medias Blancas y Rojas per-
dieron.
Yanquis e Indios ganaron por
la misma anotacin 1 a 0 para
producir un empate virtual en
el primer lugar. Los Medias
Rojas estn en el primer lugar
con .598 seguidos por los Medias
Blancas con .596. los Yanquis
.595, despus los Indios con .593.
Bobby Broen empuj la ca-
rrera de la victoria de los Yan-
quis sobre los carmelitas y Ned
Garver en el Juego nocturno;
mientras que Roberto Avila con
un doble en el dcimo le dl a
Mike Garca su 12o. victoria y
darle a los Indios su dcimo
novena victoria en los ltimos
24 juegos en el partido contra
los Atltlcos anoche.
El novato Marvin Stewart
haciendo su primera presenta-
cin en las Ligas Mayores per-
miti seis lncoglbles para ven-
cer los Tigres a los Medias
Rojas por 6 carrerr.s a l..Los
Senadores vencieron a los Me-
dias Blancas 2 por 1 en diez
entradas.
Tres Importantes Desafos Se Presentan Esta,
Noche En La Liga Provincial De Basketball
Cerca de 200 mil personas
vitorearon a Joe Walcott
El 12 De Septiembre Volvern
a Pelear Robinson y Turpin
NUEVA YORK, Julio 11 (UP)^-James Norria, Presi-
dente del Club Internacional de Boxeo, nu.^ r '
campen mundial de los pesos medios, el bf"*n1,cJ**"
dolpfa Turpin, defender su ttulo en un match do revan-
cha a 15 asaltos contra Sugar Ray Robinson en el Folo
Grounds el 12 de Septiembre. --. -
Robinson, quien perdi la corona de lo. pesos medios
contra Turpin en la pelea cuyo resultado causo foj"""
sensacional, en an match celebrado en Loares el 10 de
julio, regresar a los Estados Unidos el 2 de Agosto.
Actualmente est disfrutando de unas vacaciones en
Italia. Se espera que Turpin llegue a tiempo para em-
pesaf a entrenarse alrededor del 29 de Agosto.
En la Liga Nacional, los Dod-
gers batieron a los Cardenales
por 5 a 2, mientras que los
Gigantes celebraron la firma
del nuevo contrato de su direc-
tor Duroche con una victoria
por II carreras a 5. Los Phillies
derrotaron a los Cachorros en
doce episodios por 4 carreras a
NOTA- Rlsnificado de las abreviaturas: J, Juegos; C. Canastas: 3 y los Bravos a los Piratas por
? Falls intenudal: FE. Faltas Encestadas: FP, Faltas Per-; 11 a 6.
Snate" FI'fltas Tcnicas: PTS.. Puntos: U10, Upper 10; D,
SE5K' SC? Sastrera Crdenas; MV, Malta Vigor.
incluye todos los Juegos hasta la^echa^ % ^^ ^
Compilador Oficial de la Liga
Prov. de Basketball.
Panam. Julio 20 de 1951.________ '________________
Con una atinada actuacin el Azteca
se impuso ayer a los Dragones por 4-3
Atractivos Juegos De Ftbol
Se Ofrecern Maana
At activos partido- ofrecer
maana el ftbol, tanto en la
ciud:d capital como en Colon,
tocndole participar a los si-
guientes equipos:
LIGA PROV. DE PANAMA
la. Categora
Ditrani vs Huracn
2.15 p.m.y
Ancn vs Ibrico
4.00 p.m.
2a. Divisin
Ancn Jr. vs Alemn
8.45 a.m.y
Santander vs Ambato
10.15 a.m.
'
LIGA PROV. DE COLON
la. Categora
Dosman vs Roque
4 p.m.
y
v
Amazona vs Panam Sporting
1.30 p.m.y
Abel Bravo vs Arguelles
2.45 p.m.
LIGA DE VISTA HERMOSA
Arsenal vs V. Hermosa
Atitico Chileno vs Lefevre
Juventud Catlica vs Ibrico
Millonarios vs Cervecera
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
I'm II I. II
-Por S H. IVALDI ts-
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de Santa Rita
Circuito Mayor
G. P. PJe
Azteca ............J
Dragones .......... ?'
Granillo ........... J*
Ft. Patritico ..... 00
El Azteca continua a paso
acelerado y firme en pos de
Cetro del Circuito Mayor del
Baseball de Santa Rita, ven-
ciendo en gran forma a los
Dragones ante buena concu-
rrencia por pizarra de 4-3 en el
el Estadio Olmpico, conservan-
do de esa manera su Invicto,
Los vencedores fueron guiados
maglstralmente por Dionisio
(Gatito) Salinas y Talber (Cam
panella) Sileott, quienes forma-
ron la batera mejicana y en
Juego que dedic el Club Dep.
Azteca" al seor ngel O. Gri-
mas, Gerente General de la Ve-
ntela Licorera S.A., a quien le
cupo el honor de lanzar la pri-
mera bola del partido, dono
un simblico trofeo en nombre
de la Compaa y una Bande-
rola con la impresin de Carta
Vieja, siendo entregado a s.
Barnett otro de los hroes de
la Jornada de ayer, por su hijo
ngel G. Grimas Jr. al finali-
zar el match. El triunfo del Az-
teca sobrevino despus de va-
rias decisiones descabelladas de
los arbitros R. Roberts y H.
Lord Chesterfield
defiende su invicto
frente al Dep. Bam
Hernndez, contra los lndlo.5,
pero stos Jugando su acostum-
brada pelota inspirada y con-
fiada vencieron todos los obs-
tculos.
Los Dragones anotaron la ca-
rrera de la quiniela en la se-
gunda eptrada, contestando los
Indios con 2 en el tercero, con
oportuno sencillo del candidato
a Concejal Carlos C. Castillo a
la pradera derecha, en el quin-
to volvieron a la carga con otra
carrera.
En el 6o. episodio los drago-
nes empataron la carga a 3 ca-
rreras al anotar con decisin
descabellada de Hernndez al
declarar salvo a D. Peralta des-
pus de ser puesto out por SH-
cott y pecado de Castillo sobre
tiro de P. Vallarlno.
En el 7o. acto los Indios hi-
cieron uso de su mejor estra-
tegia, enviando a M. Acosta a
batear por J. Urefta, recibien-
do pase gratis, avanzando a
segunda con roleta de Sileott y
a tercera con toque de Pinzn,
siendo relevado por S. Barnett
quien anot la carrera del gane
al batear 8. Woodruff lenta ro-
leta por el cuadro de Salas
quien al recoger hizo mal tiro
que golpe a Barnett.
T. Sileott con su mano lasti-
mada pero con sangre de indio,
recibi todos los ofrecimientos
de Salinas que no pudo desem-
BASKETBALL MASCULINO
Liga Provincial
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(ida. Vuelta)
G. P. Pje.
Lor Chester.......I 1000
Madurito .......... 1 1 -500
Dep. Bam ......... 1 1 -SO*
C. Vieja...........1 1 -500
Mauricio ............ 1 .WC
Juegos de Hoy
Fuerza y Lu vs O. Sosa
7.00 p.m.
Lord Chaster, vs Bam
------T~
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Primera categora Prov. Fem.
(2a. vuelta)
G. P. Pie.
Daar............. *
M. Vigor ............ 1 1 -500
Crdenas ............ 0 1 .000
Upper 10 .......... 1 -M
Juego de Hoy
Upper 10 vs Daar
8.00 p.m.
Por BETO TEJADA
La contienda de basketball
Provincial prosigue esta noche
en el Gimnasio Nacional con
tres Interesantes desafos. El
primero correr a cargo de
Fuerza y Luz vs ptica Sosa
Estos conjuntos de la segun-
da categora, se mantienen In-
victos con seis triunfos sin de-
rrotas. El ganador clasificar
para la serle por el Campeona-
to, lo mismo que el perdedor.
Upper 10 vs Daar
Este juego corresponde a la
Liga Femenina. El Daar de-
fender su "Invicto" pronosti-
cndose un Juego sumamente
reido. Las "soderaa" conceden
revancha a sus contrarias que
en dos presentaciones han sido
superadas por las muchachas'
del Upper 10.
Bam vs Lord Chester
Para completar el programa
basketbolero de esta noche, 1
quinteto Lord Chesterfield de-
fiende su invicto, ante loa "pe-
'Dedicar mi vida a la juventud," manifest
CAMDEN, Nueva Jersey, Julio
21 (UP). Como 200 mil per-
sonas reunidas a lo largo de
cinco kilmetros de calles de
Camden rindieron clamoroso ho-
menaje al nuevo campen mun-
dial peso pesado Jersey Joe Wal-
cott al regresar este ac como
figura central de la celebracin
oficial de su triunfo por sus
conciudadanos.
El veterano de innumerables
batallas en el cuadriltero que
cuenta 37 aos dijo a la mul-
titud reunida frente a la casa
de la alcalda que le aplauda
dellrantemente que "prometi al
Seor que si ganaba dedicara
su vida a la Juventud de Ame-
Equipo de natacin
egipcio impone record
en el C. de la Mancha
FOLKESTONE, Julio 21 (UP).
El nadador egipcio de 37 anos
de edad Marees Hassan Hamad
rebaj en ms de dos horas
el record "de la travesa en las
aguas del Canal de la Mancha
de Dungeness a Folkestone esta-
blecido hace dos semanas por
el comandante griego Jasb Zir-
gahos en 7 horas 35 minutos.
Marees es el primero de-los
siete egipcios que hicieron la
travesa invirti cinco horas y
31 minutos. Todos los nadado-
res batieron l record. La carre-
ra del equipo egipcio es parte
del entrenamiento para el in-
tento de cruzar el Canal de la
Mancha de Francia a la Gran
Bretaa.
rica. Cumplir esa promesa."
El Alcalde de Camden, Geor-
ge Brln presidi el desfile da
50 automviles desde el aero-
puerto hasta la casa Consisto-
rial asi como las ceremonias
frente a la Alcalda dijo qua
como 200 mil personas haban
aclamado a Walcott Incluyendo
a 4.000 que formaron un ver-
dadero tumulto al aterrizar el
avin en que hizo el viaje des-
de Pittsburgh.
La Fed. de Base
solicitar funcin
hpica de beneficio
La Federacin Nacional da
Baseball Amateur gestionar la
celebracin de una funcin h-
pica a beneficio del viaje de la
Seleccin nacional de base a la
XII, segn se nos ha informado.
Por tal motivo se nombr a loa
federados Eduardo Lanuza, Da-
ro Rulz, Arturo Ulueca y Joa-
qun A. Ortega para Integrar
una comisin que se entrevis-
tara con el Ministro de Haden-
da y Tesoro, don Vctor Navas
y el 8ub-Coritralor de la Rep-
blica, Eduardo McCullougn qua
tratar de conseguir esta co-
operacin del gobierno.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
ar oaiiuna quo iiv uw ucotu,- iiciiuc bu inn^v. *..v- ..~ .
pearse a la altura por no co- llgrosos" muchachos del Bam
nocir 'las seas de su nuevo que de ganar se colocaran a
receptor.
Competencias del
ORATORIO FESTIVO
Fuerte 17 vs Avispa
Remn Jr vs Patria
Boco vs Legionarios
Santa Marta vs Huracn
Santa F vs Cervecera
Tauro: ts Patriotas
juegos del Torneo
interno de basket
de la Universidad
srrimera Vuelta
Julio
21Ingeniera vs Medicina
22Educacin vs Derechos
Adro. Pblica vs C. Putas
28Educacin vs Adm. Publica
29Medicina vs C. Puras
Derecho vs Ingeniera.
entusiasta deportista Ricardo
Vos, motivo por el cual nos com
placemos en enviarle nuestras
sinceras felicitaciones.
El amigo R. Vos es aclual-
L'niversitario: Recuerda que la mente Tesorero de la Comisin
unin hace la fuerza: Inscriba- | de Boxeo Amateur y un anima-
se en la Asociacin Deportiva dor de, baseball y basketbaU.
(A.D.U.P.). Has que sea posible ,
la construccin de tu gimnasio,
el ao entrante.
Como habamos manifestado
en la entrega anterior que po-
co es el tiempo de que dispo-
nemos y por esa razn esta co-
lumna saldr muchas veces con
tardanza. Esta crnica debi sa-
lir con anterioridad, pero de to-
das ma,neras no es tarde para
su divulgacin. El da 12 tom
posesin la nueva directiva de
ia Asociacin Deportiva que re-
gir los destinos del ao lecti-
vo. En el Paraninfo y ante una
selecta concurrencia nuestro
Rector Inici el acto con un dis-
curso de los que l solo sabe
preparar. Entre otras cosas ma-
nifesto: "No hay Universidad en
el mundo que no le de lmpor- -
Unca al dforte." "Estoy con- nocho. Abarrotera Felicidad
vencido y empeado en que el Transporte Ulloa y Parlta.
ao entrante se lleve a efecto |
la construccin del gimnasio y
el estadio Universitario." Tam-
bin manifest el Dr. Mndez
que estuvo en Lima para el Ani-
versario de la Fundacin de la
Universidad de San Marcos y
pudo conocer el enorme estadio
que haba Inaugurado dicha
Universidad, obra de gran alien-
to y la primera de tantas que
piensa construir la Direccin de
ese Centro Educativo. Tambin
Por SCOHPIO
Los admiradores de Alfonso
Carrasquel piensan hacerle un
grandioso homenaje a dicho Ju-
gador con motivo de haber si-
do escogido como Short Stop
en el juego de las Estrellas. Es-
te homenaje superar al que
se le hizo recientemente. Los
Celebra hoy su cumpleaos el cronistas deportivos nortame
Liga de softball
comenzar el 23
prximo en Chitr
i
CHITRE, Julio l (Correspon-
sal)Gran entusiasmo ha des-
pertado el campeonato de soft-
ball que se Inaugurar en esta
ciudad el da 23 de los corrien-
tes con la participacin de seis
balanceados equipos.
Los conjuntos que tomarn
parte en este torneo son: Sas-
trera Chitr, Calle Abajo. Pl-
Calendario de la
Liga de Volibol
de la Universidad
JULIO
ricanos qua escriben sobre Base
ball afirman que Phll Rizzuto
es el mejor "bonteador" de la
Liga Americana,
Sugar Ray Robinson tendr
que poner sumo cuidado al gol-
pear ahora ya que sus contri-
cantes aprovecharn su estilo
para golpear y virndose
dndole la espalca en un mo-
mento dado, podr cometer
foul. Vimos el corto de la pe-
lea entre Robinson y el alemn
La trompada de .Robinson ve-
nia cuando el alemn repenti-
namente le dio la espalda, a
raz de haber recibido una iz-
quierda. El golpe en la espal-
da fu un derechazo. La pelea
sigui, pero nuevamente ocurl
lo mismo quedando el alemn
en el suelo retorcindose de do-
lor, y a nuestro Juicio tambin
con un poco de teatro. Inme-
diatamente llovieron botellas,
saliendo Robinson rodeado de
policas. Se puede notar el p-
nico en el rostro de Sugar Ro-
binson. No creemos que el gol-
pe fu Intencional, pero a la
verdad, que fu sob i los ro-
nes y sus alrededores concen-
tra Robinson sus golpes, si no
que le pregunten a Kld Gavi-
ln.
Agosto
4C. Puras \s Derecho
5Adm. Pblica vs Medicina
Ingeniera vs Educacin
ltArlep^caCvsPD^cho, ISSSlSSSffi
Educacin vs Medicina gn^v^SSSn^Si.
lijo nuestro Rector: "Ojala 21-Adm. Pblica vs Ingenlerir
nueStra Universidad llegue a ob- 22-C. Puras vs Educacin
tener el apogeo one tuvo el Ins- ] 28Medicina vs Adm. Publica
Ututo NaclonaJ i\ rante las d- 29-Ingenlera vs C. Puras
cadas que estuve al frente como
La yegua nacional Marsellesa
no se encuentra muy bien. A
pesar de que el lote se le ha
aliviado, creemos que deben pa-
rarla, ya que es uno de los me-
jores productos nacionales que
tenemos actualmente.
AGOSTO
4Educacin vs Adm. Pblica
tsie a su ve juimuicuuj a iwo i 5c. Puras vs Medicina
NOTA:Sbados los partidas dems miembros que juraron n_Educacin vs Ingeniera
ae Iniciarn a las tres de la cumplir fielmente con la regla- 12C. Pura.- vs Adm. Pblica
Urde; y los domingos, el pn- mentacin existente. En si
mer
y
una
Los _
Gimnasio del Instituto Nacio-
nal. El campeonato consta de
dos vueltas simples.
COMPRE...
TROPIDUPA'.
PROTEJAMOS LA
INDUSTRIA NACIONAL!
lucha como lamoien auo que - --------:"-' _ .,;_.:
al final de la jornada si se ha tros se celebrarn en el Insti-
trlunfado se ha cumplido con tu-.o Nacional. Los desafos del
nuestro deber." Poco despus se I omlngo 5 y domingo 12 empe-
present en representacin del zarAn despus que esos equipo
Departamento de Educacin Fi- terminen su otro compromiso
olea nuestro Prof. Alfonso Rojas de ese da.
S quien en pocas palabras dl
si saludo a la Directiva y pro-
. meti poner todo su empeo pa-
ra colabora- como profesor y
en particular. Con este punto
fu cerrado el pequeo acto de
la Asociacin Deportiva Univer-
, I sitarla.
Un comit escoger
el director de la
Seleccin de base
Blas Santa Clara, Eduardo
Lanuza y Gerardo Budd fueron
nombrados po la F.N.B.A., co-
mo examinadores a los aspi-
rantes a Director y Asistente de
la Seleccin Nacional a la XII
Serle Mundial. Para aspirantes
a los siguientes puestos se han
recibido 10 peticiones; la de
Carlos (Cap) Alvarez, Mximo
Ros, Flix Frutos, Alejandro
(Carpi) Tapia, Justlnlano Ro-
drguez Jr., Jaime Vlez, Se-
gundo Gutirrez. Rogelio Gar-
ca, Carlos Boza ; Flix Aldrete.
Pelimex, Centenario y
Eleta ganaron anoche
en el basket menor
Los equipo.: Pelimex, Carlos
Eleta y Centenario ganaron sus
compromisos de anoche en la
continuacin de la vuelta eli-
minatoria del Campeonato de
BasketbaU masculino de Segun-
da Categora de la Liga Pro-
vincial de Panam.
El Pelimex obtuvo la victoria
por forfeit al no presentarse el
Fuerte 15 en el Grupo "Gringo
de la Guardia"; el Pelimex
mantiene asi su opcin a la
etapa final y sus rivales estn
completamente descartados de
la contiende.
El Deportivo Carlos Eleta
qued solo en el comando del
grupo "Che Villalobos" con su
triunfo sobre el Panamericano
por 41 a 30.
No estamos seguros, pero
creemos que el caballo, Corag-
glo, no fu montado con buena
intencin, su prxima carrera
nos desengaar o nos dar la encuentro,
razn.
medio juego del puntero .'Un
gran Ju>go se espera entra es-
tos dos conjuntos.
i
El Prof. C. M. Romero
no ser director del
lomeo atitico del 29
El conocido deportista local,
Prof. Carlos M. Romero, se ha
separado de la direccin del tor-
neo atitico que se celebrar el
domingo 29 de los corrientes
en el Estadio Olmpico, por mo-
tivos personales como lo hace
saber en la siguiente carta:
Panam, 18 de Julio de 1951.
Sr. Redactor Jefe:
Por medio de la seccin de-
portiva a su digno cargo, la Aso-
ciacin Deportiva Artes y Ofi-
cios "Augusto Brondi" comuni-
ca a todos los atletas partici-
pantes de las competencias atle-
ticas que tendrn lugar el do-
mingo 29 de los corrientes en
el Estadio Nacional, en home-
naje a la Repblica hermana
del Per, que la direccin y con-
trol de las mismas, est a carao
del seor Carlos Bellzarlo, En-
trenador de Atletismo.
Motiva mi separacin de la
direccin y control de dichas
competencias, el estado de salud
de mi padre y el poco tiempo
de que dispongo para dedicar-
me, como en aos anteriores a
la organizacin de las mismas.
De acuerdo con las circuns-
tancias y si el tiempo me lo
permite, colaborar, con el en-
tusiasmo de siempre al xito de
este torneo atitico.
Con las seguridades de mi es-
tima y aprecio, me es grato sus-
cribirme del Sr. Redactor Jefe,
atentamente.
Carlos M. Romero SV
Presidente.
En el otro cotejo de este gru-
po El Centenario mantuvo su
opcin al Imponerse al Pepsl-
Cola por 28 a 28 en un reido
^.ed Panamericana
iene los mejores
, Vogramas
El caballo Don Catallno tie-
ne mucha suerte. Baja de peso
muy fcil, para poder bajar e
lote. Y cada vez que baja los
ttUJft
Nuestros datos para hoy sba-
do en Jutn Franco son:
1Sixaola La Prensa
2 Little Lul Caaveral
3Eclipse Politico
4Cosa Linda Peggy
5The Bath Road H. Moon
8Pepsi Cola Hechizo
7 -Clclone Malone Nehulnco
8Lacey Uncle James (e)
9Levadura Sun Cheer
10Taponado El Mao
11Cholee Brand Bien Hecho
El fuerte boxeador del Detroit
Joe Louis podr ahora recobrar
el titulo de Campen Mundial
del peso completo Louls el ex-
campen que Perdi la corona
a mano de Ezzard Charles, a-
travlesa por excelentes condl-
ctonfs yiarece indicar .ha
adauisld sus viejas formas.
Walcott una de las ultima
victimas del negro Joe Louis,
arrebat la corona a Enard
Charles, boxeador ste que e
haba ganado la corona a Louls
...Como es el deporte.
Un xito podr resultar la ce-
lebracin del Torneo Nacional
de basketball Femenino en Chl-
riqu, aunque la Provincia Se-
de del Campeonato Menor mas-
culino, tiene por compromiso
ofrecer este Torneo, y la cele-
bracin de las dos iu*u con-
juntamente serla un xito ro-
tundo en el Valle de la Luna.-
Ojal los chlrlcanos tomaran
cartas sobre este asunto.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos
hpicos para las carreras do-
minicales en Juan Franco:
la Lollto... tiene excelente
trabajo... Arqulmedes .. .ene-
migo de mucho cuidado, 2a.
Annle N...en 900 metros puede
que no se pare.. Casablanca.,
por categora y jinete puede;
3a. Protn...el veloz tiene tiro
y jinete para triunfar...Golden
Tip .categora tiene para ven-
cer- 5a. Marsellesa...su ltima
por Jinete fu que la perdi...
Phorthos...este caballn puede
sorprender a cualquiera; 5a.
Fair Chance...vender pero
muy caro su derrota. ..Pamph-
let... de que es corredorazo lo
es- a Gorsewood (e) la triple
entrada del Cantagallo debe
ser un crimen. ..Wild Wire...
ta corriendo muy sospechoso;
7a. Interlude...nos gusta por
su anterior...MOn Etolle...tie-
ne trabajo y muy buena op-
cin; 8a. Miss Fairfax...la ve-
loz puede por monta.. .Apprise
...arremetar contra nuestra
escogida muy tarde; 9a. Da-
mascus... si usted lo vl debu-
tar, no deje de Jugarlo...Isleto
..pronto tendrn que mandar-
lo para la Isla; 10 Manolete el
espaol, debe ganarse a stos..
Don Catallno. ..enemigo baj
de lote; lia. Conde.. .ascender
de rango...Tulra...para place.
La Tos del Asma
y Afcf Aliviada*
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maana.
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