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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]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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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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NOW FOR RUT -This is the house In ae'so thi United Nations cease-fire aego-
tia4omgo for rest and relaxation during reesesmtrrent peace, talk The negotiator,
as WeU as others 1,. the UN group, also take their. here while in Kaesmng.


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Secure y Problem At PreSf River Crest
Polls Soth


General Wade H. Hasl~p, Vice
Chief of Staff, al4 tbday that
UaIthoUgh the Panagt Canal
o"s not present a Igatioular
broOblem of security. it to still an
iely Important spot,- and
will & il a continuing, concern
em of the world station."
T ge neral. who arrived Sat-
h.ln WWlngtin, Is In-
'the general security of
."It is resuring to have a
aooK" he added at a press con-
,ers t1ms morning at the
lieat Louse in Quarry Heights.
je is- retiring at the end of
hi month. He Is 62 years old.
mI uccecnor. General John 3.
has been Chief of Plans and
SWashington,

,GmnuualM IIp said it "was
low to the whole coun-
wM great man, and
da & orce as well as
Iw keenly feel his loss."
eral did not know whe-
boso would be reopen-
Canal Zone in the near
suotl oned on selective
locai, he stated that ;t
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diction although a hig ranking
Army man heads the department.
He understood that 2J0 special-
ly selected aliens (miUgy Euro-
pean) would be colng.red for
selection and enlist a .t for a
certain period of timf, but that
there was new legislalat propos-
ed to enlarge that omsnber to
25,000..
Daring his six-da. fur, the
general will see some lthe civil-.
Ian anti-aircraft deeebse posi-
tions. He heard i an ththat
the progranhIs ."gin 0 lendid-
ly.m e o is
This morning at 1:4 he is
scheduled to transit the Canal in
General H. H. MA'lJs' boat.
Twenty years ago te went
through the Canal aoard the
Colobus.
ed GoveIpr Newcomet.and paid
his respects to the sew Ameri-
can Ambassador to Pah John
C. Who y, whom he ha known
for may years.
The Vice Chief ofAMWf will re-
turn to Washington Thursday
morning.

New Embassy
Officer Arris
Wiam 0. Arey, r.- newly
assigned Inulormatlen. at
the United 1tae -nd ar-
rived Jn Cristdti this
morning. H, y 1w4 at
the plat by Joi .
whom be re-
Arey was 6by his
t was
and has
he bwn Jthe


ST. LOUIS, Mo., July 23 (1W)
-The Mississippi River rolled
southward today at the highet
level in 107 years, menacing
farmland all the way to the
Gulf of Mexico.
The crest left 50,000 acres of
land under water at the coni-
fluence of the Missouri and Mis-
sissippi' rivers and damages of
nearly $15,0o0,000 including $S.-
000,0000 to riverfront St. Lots
Industry.
Meanwhile more than 509
workers, including Air Foro
men, Army engineers and citizen
volunteers, swung sandbags in
a fight-to hold levees protecting
5,000 acres of farmland in the
Chouteau Island. Ill., *area,
across from St. Louis.
Another 1.000 workers labored
farther South to hold levees In
Perry County, Mo., where 15P0
acres were menaced.
Officials said mueddy Misas-
sippi River water was lapping
at the top oe top of the Perry County
dikes and seeping through sand-
bags. but they believed all Ithe
barriers below St. Louis woud
hold.
Any endangered families Ulv-
ing behind the dikes' had bog
since moved.. -
Cape OGirardeau, Mo.. n W
protected town of cose ,
between here and the 0t
Mexico. also was in 9per2 t
residents were' lod g ed.
floods almost every year.
business district already
high water and the ap
river chest was not expected to
be too bad.
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WASHINGTON, July 23-
(UP) President Trumanp.
today'approved House Reso
wluin 3804 eliminating, the
retroactive application of
1950 income taxes to em-
ployes of the United States
workingg in US possessions or
th.Coanal Zone.
Representative D a n i.e I
Reeds bill to abolish retro-
active income tax payments
for the full year 1950 was
approved by the House June
30 without dissent.
The measure likewise went
through the Senate with lit-
tie tliffkulty.
The law makes federal tax
income apply to compensa-
tion received in taxable years
beginning after December
31, 1960, instead of Decem-
ber 31. 1949.
(Cboservative estim a t es
place the amount Zonians
have now been relieved of
paying to the government at
cld r to $10000 ,000).
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Funeral services fr Thomas F
Geory, manager of the Chasi
National Bank. Balboa Branch
who died Saturday, will be helc
tomorrow morning at 9. The bo.
dy will be at the Oorgas Hospita
Chapel tonight from 6 to 8 when
a rosary service will be held.
Active pallbearers will be Wel,
ton E. Johnson. W. C. Schmitt
Guillermo Cochez, J. H. Weaver
A. M. McDonald, Ned Neville
Herbert S. DrIScoll and Forres
G. Dunsmoor.
Honorary pallbearers will be 3J
Edward Healey, X. C. Lombard
Louis Gooeg, Rabbi Nathar
Wltkin, J. P. Roberts, A. B,
Htchings, E Hatchett. Jas,
F. Marshall. Carlos Fajardo, anc
W. F. Humphreys.
Members of the American So.
clety who will participate are
John Gorin. Roy Mosher, R. J.
Boyd, H. J. Sinnott. George Ber-
man. Archie L. Byrne and J. M.
Byrne. Knights of Columbus re-
presentatives will be James E.
Cole, William J. Webster, Milton
Halley, William 0. Mumma,
Charles P. Williams and Joseph
L. Hickey.
Mr. Gregory accidentally shot
himself Wednesday mo r n n g
(Continued on Page 6. Col. 2)

You're Right:

It Was

Hot Sunday

Sunday was a scorcher. Even
the meteorologists admit it.
But, as usual, it wasn't the
heat; it was the combination of
heat and humidity that had
Isthmians panting Sunday after-
noon and night.
The maximum temperature
was 93 degrees at Balboa
Heights between 1 and 2 p.m.,
according .to information from
the Meteorological and Hydro-
graphic Branch at Balboa
Heights.
The temperature dropped to
86 degrees about 2:30 p.m. and
went back to 90 about 4. It de-
clined gradually after that. but
did not drop below 80 degrees
until 10 p.m. Sunday.
The humidity-the real buga-
boo-ranged from 70 to 80 at
Balboa Heights during the pe-
riod of greatest heat.
Temperature readings of 93
degrees are not unusual-during
July. having been recorded 26
times in the past 46 years.
At Cristobal, the maximum
temperature was 86 degrees
combined with a humidity of
85. On the. Atlantic side, that
uncomfortable weather combi-
nation was alleviated somewhat
by the winds fran the Atlantic.
The weather at other Isth-
mian stations was not unusual.
with the beat bevto f prmoar-
llv by redet of W e Pacific
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UN Ceasefire Team Stands By;

Awaits Word On Troop Issue
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PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 23 edition for an item on the agen-
(UP) The tinited Nations da for formal armistice talks.
ceseefire negotiators returned Joy and two other members
to this base today amid indica- of his team spent the weekend
tons that the Reds may back in Tokyo conferring with Unit-
down on their demand for the ed Nations Supreme Command-
inbnediate withdrawal of of er General Matthew B. Ridg-
United Nations troops from Ko- way.
rem, It is not known whether the
Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy Red team remained in Kaesong
and four other members of the or returned to the North Ko-
United Nations negotiating team rean capital of Pyongyang over
flew here from Seoul in five the weekend.
helcopters to stand by the for
the ninth truce meeting with Signal corps officers are mak-
the Communists. ing hourly checks on the tele-
The conference recessed Sat- phone line between this camp
uzteay until Wednesday to give and the ceasefire-talk hea4quar-
t1- Reds time to reconsider the terms at Kaesong in case the
Allies' flat refusal to make the Communist negotiators want to
withdrawal of the United Na- resume the talks before Wed-
tions troops from Korea a con- nesday.


Admiral Sherman To


Have Hero's Burial
SA-
NAPLES, uly 28 (UP) The Iof Admiral Ro bet B. Gawf,
bo d of Admrl Porret Sher-, cmat. the A-MDtte Pat
Chief-. ahiro fa ^6i


hoa the United States for a
hersBburial.
The plane Is expected to ar-
rive at Washington tomorrow.
Sherman, 54, died in his wife's
armsof coronary thrombosis, in
. his suite In the Excelsior Hotel
here yesterday.
, He suffered a heart attack
d earlierin the day. A second at-
- tack killed him.
The "flying admiral's" body,
e wrapped in a.United States flak.
was taken immediately to the
- Mount Qlymrus, command ship

SAdmiral McCormck

SNamed Actng Chief,

Naval Operations
WASHINGTON. July 23 (UP)
- -Adm. L. D. McCormick, Vice-
s Chief of Naval Operations, was
swiftly designated acting Navy
chief today pending selection of
a successor to the late Admiral
Forrest P. Sherman.
First speculation on a new
"CNO" centerered around Mc-
Cormick and Adms. Robert B.
Carney, Arthur W. Radford and
William M. Fechteler.
Sherman's death may mean
the temporary recall to this
country of B. Carney, com-
mander-in-chief of U. S. naval
forces in the Eastern Atlantic
and Mediterreanean, who confer-
red recently with Sherman on
Atlantic Pact naval defense
plans.
Carney Is reported to be the
only person with whom Sher-
man had talked directly about
his recent conferences, with
Spanish Oeneralassimo Francis-
co Franco. That would make
him the logical man to report
to other defense chiefs here on
the Franco talks and naval pact
plans.
The 56-year-old Carney, who
had destroyer duty in the At-
lantic during World War I and
served in the Pacific during the
last war, is high on the list of
possible successors to Sherman.
McCormick another possible
successor, served aboard the.
battleship Wyoming in the At-
lantic during World War I and
in various capacities in the
Pacific in World War II Now
55. he had been Sherman's sec-
ond-in-command in the navy.
Fechteler. 55. served aboard
the battleship Pennsylvania
during World War I and com-
manded the battleship Indiana
in World War II. He is now
commanderin-chief of the At-
lantic Fleet and also U. S. re-
presentative of the north At-
lantic Ocean regional planning
group.
Radford also 55. is comman-
der-in-chief of the Pacific Fleet.
and commanded a carrleo task
force in the Pacific during the
last war, His prospects for step-
ning lat SMerman'sa bes may
be owhat dUnd by t
fact tfat he took patt in the

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her husband's body for two hours
on the Mt. Olympus then left
Italy by plane, for ihe United
States,
She said: "He died just as he
lived forthright: and brave.
He died of overwork and exhaus-
tion."
. The chief of the most power-
ful fleet in the world who turn-
ed diplomat to negotiate last
week .with Gen. Francisco Fran-
co for American and naval bases
in Spain seemed in the best of
health Saturday night. -
, He took his wife to nearby
Pompeii to see an open air opera,
"I Trolani" (The Trojans). When
they returned to the Excelsior on
the shores of the Mediterranean,
he showed no sign of indisposi-
tion.
He arose early this morning to
prepare for the long flight home,
and suddenly was seized with the
first attack of angina pectoris.
Sherman's European trip open-
ed with negotiations in Madrid
Monday for American bases -in
Spain. The plan for an alliance
with Spain was denounced widely
by the United States' Atlantic
Pact allies in western Europe.
On Thursday he flew to Paris,
thpre to confer with Eisenhower
and with French naval officials.
The next day he went to London,
where he talked with Britain's
top military leaders.
Sherman was taken from the
command of the Sixth Fleet late
in 1949 when the dispute between
naval advocates of heavy air-
craft carriers and the Air Force
threatened to split America's
armed forces.
His appointment to the com-
mand of the Navy jumped him
over the heads of nine other ad-
mirals who outranked him at the
time He was a vice. admiral,
wearing three stars, when Presi-
dent'Truman picked him to re-
place Admiral Louis Denfield and
promoted him to a four star Ad-
miral the next day.

Farmer Killed

When Struck On

bad To Tocumen

A Panamanian farmer. Fran-
eleo Calderon. was killed this
morning on the road to Tocumen
when he stepped off a bus and
w struck with terrific Impact
by a Braniff station wagon com-
in In the opposite direction.
eron had Just left the bus
started across the highway
the accident occurred.
e driver of the station wagon
mo Goff. said he was
ed by the bus' bright lights
and did not see the pedestrian.
utll too late. In an attempt to
aWd the accident, the station
.sr ,turned over in a ditch on
tale of the road.
e Panama police are con-
d an Investigation. Goff
been p Manager of
at Tiuma for some
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WASHINGTON, July 23 (UP) President Truma
today accused Russia of drawing up a long range militilar
plan to "blackmail" the free world.
He warned the United States may have to incresH.
its projected military force.
Mr. Truman made the statement in his mid-year eco
omic report to Congress.
He said: "It is necessary that the combined forces
the free world be so great that no aggressor may destroy,
the world's liberty."
The President underlined the all what we know is happening
importance of US military.aid to inside the Soviet Union itself,
its allies and of the resources of "The main danger to world
the free countries in the com- peace originates with the Sovie%.
mon defense leaders, in the Increasing m1ll.
"It would be a military disaster tary strength at their disposal
for us." he said. "that those re- and In their proven dispositlo.
sources should fall under hostile to use aggression to gain t *..
domination." ends," the President continued
In describing the defense pro- After suggesting that may !
gram to Congreps as a "long the United States military f
range plan" Mr. Truman stated: would have to .be increased
"The continue ed military Truman said that the defend
strengthening of the Soviet Union plans would have to be fleb
since 1945 does not pursue any in order to make changes accord
other objective that the Cornm- ing to t' .e situation.
munist domination of the free "Right now. for example," h
world through blackmail, explained, "we are re-cheekingl "
"Or if the free world lacks the our immediate objectives in re
strength or determination to pre- gard to our n litary strength
vent It, their lad is to conquer and it is very possible that w '
opposing countries one by one. may have to increase them la
"This is the basic threat to our several important aspects."
country and all the free coun-
tries of world. We cannot have s a I .
peace unless we de feat this
menace. i
"Even though Red aggression race
in Korea Intensified the United DW s In ft rK
States defense effort, it was not
the basic cause of that effort. '
"We must always remember L I d
that the Soviet imperialists Im- LED'Yra J
placably follow a long range ILE DOMra Jl
s.eir tactics chan e;,but their Phil Fpp
str is clear .uemsttem 0 .i q .


find a weak spot, giving ano-oT
blow.
"We have to bear this mind,
regardless of what happens in
Korea, what is happening in
Iran, on the frontiers of Yugos-
lavia and Indo-China, and above


One More Suicide,

One More Attempt

Up Total In RP

A young Panamanian, Gonzalo
Pinto, committed suicide early
this morning because he was
"bored with life."
The 20-year-old Pinto was
taken to Santo Tomas Hospital
immediately, but died three
hours later. He had drunk carbo-
lic acid.
Last night an unsuccessful at-
tempt at suicide was made by a
34-year-old Panamanian, Segun-
do Camacho, who thrust a butch-
er's knife in his chest in his home
on Central Avenue. Police arrived
after receiving a call from his
roommate, and Camacho was
taken to Santo Tomas Hospital
early this morning. He is in a se-
Srious condition.
The two cases brought suicides
and attempted suicides to a total
of six during the past week in
Panama.
Half of Britain Dark
In Thunderstorm's Wake
LONDON, July 23 (UP) -
Four persons are dead, seven in-
Jured and heavy property dam-
age is reported following the
worst thunderstorm to sweep
across Britain in 20 years. One
half of the country had power
failures.


Petain's attorneys have alrh3t
renewed their plea to the
eminent that permission be *M
for th e ex-marshal to be bux
among his soldiers at Dbuameo.
Cemetery, Verdun.
Such a decision could be
only at Governmental level.
there is a. Government crisis
progress it is certain that Petala
will be buried at least for a while
on this island.
A place has been reserved fMt
him at Douament since World
War I.
His family will select his burial
clothes, and without doubt will
choose the uniform he disgraced
- that of Marshal of France.
On his chest will be the Me.
daille Militaire. France's high.
est decoration.
Even in his small island ce-
metery Petain will have soldlerf
company.
There is a small white row of
crosses here marking the final
resting place of British comman-
do raiders who died in the laS
war fighting against the GernIan
troops with whom Petain col.
laborated.

Double Take
The criminal always re-
turns to the scene of his
crime it seems. Young
Pedro Vasques stole a ru *
June 29 from a car parked
in the Tivoll Hotel parking
area, and returned July 17
for a repeat performance.
This time he stole a bath
towel from the same car, In
the same place. The Items,
total value $4, belonged to
Frances Thornton, civilian
employee of the Army.
Vasquez was sentenced to
five days on each charge at
this morning's session of the
Balboa Magistrate's Court.


Philip Reluctantly Gives Up Sea,

Returns For Dull Life Of Royalty
By ROBERT MUSEL
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LONDON, July 23 (UP) The
Duke of Edinburgh returned to
Britain today irom his Mediter-
ranean sea command, r .signed
tc the dull iutld of guld braid
and cornerstone laying to a ilch
he sentenced himself whtn he
married Princes.s Elizabeth.
In naval cliches. they ifel the
handsome 30-year-old Duke
fought a gallant fight against
being drowned in royal drudgery
before returning here at 4 p m.
With the sympathy of his wife
he insisted on sea duty rather
than a chair-warming job in
Whitehall. He made known at
every turn that the navy was his
career and that he wanted to fol-
low in the footsteps of his fam-
ous admiral uncle, Earl Mount-
batten.
The Princess tried to help her
husband, even to the extent of
risking criticism by leaving her
two younl children in the care


of nurses so she could visit hin
at his station. Malta.
It looked for a time as though
Philip actually might manage t
squeeze a few more carefree
years out of the Navy but the
Illness of King George shatter-
ed his dream.
And today PhUlp came home as
ordered, knowing just how-.tou-
Line his life will be from na oil
- for he has read in the pl0ee
archives the manuscript pperu
of the last British prince cnsort,
Albert. the husband of Queen
Victoria.
In the Medlterranean. Prince
Philip commanded a and
his next command *t bly
would have been a' he
the tradition t Who
sprang to na elm com-
mander of the U_.t_ It
the last war. Pow-SR5,
be for Philip
found in the f hutlk M1
him to return toU A, 81W1
other ywe or a ; - -.
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Great White Fleet


New Orleans Service


Arrives.
Crist6bal


8.8. Chbirqui ....................................July 22
S.. I ueras ................................. July 29
S.S. Levers Bend ...................... .........Aug. 3
S.S. Chiriqui ................................. Aug. 5
(Handltng Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo)

Arrives
* New York Freight Service Crist6bal
S.S. Cape Cumberland ............... ......July 25
S.S. Maya ........... .......... ....... ....... July 28
S.S. Cape Avinof .............................. Aug. 4
S.S. Cape Ann ................................. Aug. 12
Weekly Satilngs to New York. Los Angeles, San Franclsco. Seattle
Occasional Sallings to New Orleans and Mobile
(The Steamers in this service are limited to twelve passengers)
0 frequent. relghl Sallings from Cristobal to West Coast Central America


Cristobal to New Orleans via
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Sails
Crist6bal


S.S. Chiriqui ................................... July 24
S.S. Chiriqui ....... (Passenger Service Only). .Aug. 7
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Dog Tired Dave!

David was a busy fellow.
shopping never left him mellow!
Worn out. weary, tired and brave.
W hy not read our Want Ads. Dave?


Shipping & Airline News


US Merchant Fleet Grows
The privately-owned U.S. flag
ocean-going fleet of merchant
ships on July 1 totaled 1,307 ves-
sels of 15,514,000 deadweight tons,
130 vessels and 1,484,000 dead-
weight tons larger than the be-
ginning of the year, last January
1, National Federation of Amer-
ican Shipping reported today.
The total consisted of 847 dry
cargo and passenger carrying
ships of 8.680,000 deadweight
tons. and 460 tankers of .6,834,000
deadweight tons.
During the first six months of
1951 American shipowners pur-
chased 136 ships of 1,478,000
deadweight tons from the Mari-
time Administration. Of these,


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East follows, SpUtb- -can tmesse
the queeA. Nven if Wast then
shows out, South has two club
tricks and can easily make three
hearts, three spades, and four
diamonds for a total of twelve
tricks.
As the hand ia shown today.
East discards a diamond on the
first round of clubs. This makes
it harder for declarer.
South must put up the ace of
clubs and return the three of
clubs. West dares not take his
king, for then the entire club suit
could be brought in. Hence he
plays the nine, axdd dummy wins
with the jack of clubs.
Now declarer has won two club
tricks without losing the lead. He
enters his hand with the king of
spades and returns a heart to
finesse dummy's ten. Whether
this finesse wins or loses South is
sure of three heart tricks. These
three hearts together with three
spades, two clubs, and four dia-
monds Luarantee the slam con-
tract.




MONTEZUMA

is "tops" for

RUM & COKE!


125 were dry cargo types, and 11
were tankers. .
During the same period two
passenger vessels of 24,000 dwt.
ross 47,400). and two tankers of
60,000 dwt. were added by new
construction.
Two overage dry cargo ships of
13,000 dwt, were scrapped, two
other dry cargo ships of 15,000
dwt..were marine casualties, and
five dry cargo ships of 34,000 dwt.
and one tanker of 16,000 dwt.
were sold abroad.
NumWbr of ships in theNational
DefenseResirve Fleet, excluding
barges, tugs. concrete ships, etc.,
decreased during the first half of
1951 from 2,048 to 1,710. of which
1,;50 are Liberty and 85 are Vic-
tory types.
Tourist Photo Contest
Panagra has announced the in-
auguration of a photographic
contest for its passengers, the
first of its kind to be sponsored
by an'airline in South America.
A total of more than $500 worth
of prizes is offered.
Panama's scenes and citizens
will be among the eligible sub-
jects.
First prize will be an Ansco Au-
tomatic Reflex camera complete
with case, with a retail value of
more than $200. The twenty-one
other prizes, all Ansco products,
include eight other cameras,
home developing outfits and spe-
cial color film.
The contest will be open to all
passengers who travel on Pana-
gra between July 1 of this year
and Jan. 31, 1952.
Black-and-white photographs
of tourist attractions in the eight
South American countries serv-
ed by the airline are eligible, and
may be submitted at any of the
company's sales offices in South
America.
Entry blanks and further de-
tails may be obtained at the lo-
cal Panagra offices.
Miami Traffic Up
International travel through
Miami by Pan American Woild
Airways in May for the fifth
straight month this year top-
ped the traffic volume for tne
same month In 1950.
The total was 19,980 passengers,
compared with 18,689 for May,
1950.
Clipper cargo through Miami
in May likewise was ahead of a
year ago- 1,642.203 pounds com-
pared with 1,043,880 pounds in
the same month a year ago.
Latin Folk Music
Miss Pru Devon, international-
ly known authority on Latin
American folk music, is now
making an aerial tour of South
America via Panagra to gather
music and background material
for her radio programs.
Her program "Nights in Latin
America" broadcast over WQXR.
the radio station of the New York
Times, is sponsored twice week-
ly by Panagra. Officials of the
airline, which is actively promot-
ing tourist travel between the
Americas, say that her program
results in scores of inquiries each
week for information about the
various South American coun-
tries served by Panagra.
Miss Devon was born in Eng-
land. Her parents, were actors
and she made her first stage ap-
pearance in London's famous Old
Vic Theater at the age of six
months. She has also done news-
paper and magazine writing, di-
rected documentary films, and
participated in radio and televi-
sion programs.
Air Insurance Drops
Parker and Company, aviation
accident agents for the Contin-
ental Casualty Company, has ai-
nounced new premium rates for
air travelers showing rate reduc-
tions ranging from 20 to 80 cent
on policies for international
flights. New rate for $5,000 of in-
surance for a one-way trip be-
tween the United States and
Cen Central and South America
now is 50 cents.


FOR BRONCHITIS

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It's Triple Strength
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It's different-It's taster In action
it's compounded on superior, medical
fact findings never before heard of
in this country.
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strength) is the nome of this amaz-
ing cough and cold prescription that
"octs like o loash" yet Is so pure ond-
Iree from harmful drugs that ao child
:an toke it. .and stop coughing.
One little sip and the ordinary
oughh is gone o few doses and
that tough old hang on cough Is
heard no more it's really won.
derful to watch how speedily bod.
lingering colds are out out of busil
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JP. the Oronchial passages clear..
you'ree on your toe! again. happy and
Breathing easier. Get a bottle of
Buckley 's Canadiol Mixture today.


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to their frlencufrom I to 8 Tes-
day afternoon ..
ag gg" '
fD. and . -
Dr. and n. .PL. Irvin were
the guest a bt #b at a cocktail
part by Mr.l M. .r tans
aur opk at Wi om.a t.Bella
Vista. Dr. and. Mrs. Irvio. who
have U1td-.re for many years.
will sail Frly on the 88 Ancon
for New York to make their home
in North Carolina.
tuM Ouisade and fiance
Honored in Panama
Mr. and Mrs. Camllo Porras
entertained at luncheon Sunday
at their residence In-Panama. for
, Mr. Porr I brother, Hernan PQ-
rras, and his fiancee. Miss Ma-
ritza Gulzado, who are to be
married July 29.
On Saturday Miss Marcela de
Janon and Miss Bertilde Pare-
des honored Miss Ouizado at a
tea given at the Union Club.
Returns frmea Colombia
MAr. Luls Carlos Aleman has
returned to Panama from a short
visit with -elatives in Cartagena,
Colombia, -
Farewell Party for


o-Nama. jack Rel. Brt
Joyc,,OatiTriner, Jack cor-
Walter lf, Boyd
Bevan iton Jr.. Dougla Suddby
and Toni Peterson.
OiHaft and MKm GohftU
red at Supper arty'
Cptan and Mrs. L. E. Coley
gave a buffet supper Saturday
evening at their quarters on the
Balboa Naval Reservaton in
honor of Captain and Mrs. V. P.
Cordlnler. recent arrivals here.
MISS West Roste"
at Swimming Party
Bntertailing for M Olnny
I'atle 6f Cristobal. Ann
West, daughter of Captain and
Mrs. -Marvn J. Wept -f Salsoa
Heights. Rve a swi*lm g pty
Saturday evening at Fort clay-
ton. Miss Fahle will leave Tues-
day with her parents. Captain
and Nt.. Robert Fahle. for her
father's new station.ln Seattle,
Washington.
' The guests included the Misses
Nany Wellr..Mary Adelia Morley,
Joaha March. Marge Wley, Shet-
la Fearon, Pat. Peacher. Barbara
Shaw, and Sdnya Morley. Also
the Measts. Eddie Browder, Irwin
Frank, Sidney. Shore, D -v I d
Shore Terry. Ford. Richard Ab-
bbtt, David Albritton. Mike Mc-
`evin and Bob Peacher. "r
Parewell- Party for
8$t. an Mrs. Howard
Mrs. Ver Simonsen gave a
bridge palty Friday evening at
her home on Curundu Heights as
a farewell for Sgt. and Mrs. Jo
Howard, who are leaving soon to
make their home in San Jose,
COsta Rica.


Miss Irvin -
Miss Martha Irvin -was given a Change of Residence
surprise farewell party Saturday Mrs. Lawrence Getz has moved
evening by Miss Mary Anm Mc- from Bella Vista to an apartment
Coy. Miss Betty Jane Kehealy and on Frangipani Street in Ancon.
Miss Gver Coffey.. The party --
was held at the home of MiWsMc- Altar G60i Meetimn-
Coy's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. This Eveaing
McCoy un Amador Road. Mis. I.. A regular monthly meeting of


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rl., and Mr. Phil Rada of
New York. have -an-
:wuwi.,w birth of a daughter,
R ee Marie Fredette. is
. maer n ldent of Balboa.
w.. ---- I
LL.W.C. Board
MeetI Wedaesday
All members of the I.A.W.C.
B0ad of Directors have been
ed to attend the meeting of
0 boar to be held at the club
4ead"a terms Wednesday at 9
a.m.
Duplcate Bridge
Tonlght at Diablo
All bridge players are invited
to take part In the duplicate con-,
tract bridge tournament to be
played tonight at 6:45 at the Dia-
blo Heights Clubhouse.

Rescue Crews Fight

To RIch Trapped

Minnesota Miner
KEEWATIN, Minn., July 23 -
(UP)-Rescue crews fighting to
reach an iron ore miner trapped
in-a cave-in 200 feet beneath the
Surface, said today there is "a
good chance" he is alive.
William Torvinen, 38, was trap-
ped when tons of ore and rock
fell from the ceiling of a 55-toot
space in which he and four oth-
ers were at work.
Three of $he miners escaped
the fall, and a fourth was drag-
Sgod out alive after three hours of
desperate digging.
Sity rescue workers divided
into three-man shifts were tun-
neling from two directions to-
ward the spot where Torvinen
was believed trapped.
The tunnels were so narrow
larger crews could not be used,
iand the rescuers had to be re-
lieved every 15 minutes because
of the intense heat.


Man, WH Survive

34Wfl Waerfall

Plunge At YosmiHe


YORKSHIRE, Clt., July 23-
(UP)-- A young married couple
fell into the Tuolumne River,
plunged 340-feet over Water-
wheelFalls tal pool bw and
survived, Yo ae ParkI futhor-
Itits said today.
Eric Yeoman, 25, Alameda,
Calif., climbed'out Qf the pool
unscathed after the terrifying
experience. His wife, Norma, 25,
was pulled from the water by
two rescuers. She suffered head
and back injuries.
Yeoman.said that he and his
wife were on a picnic in the area
near Camp Glen Aulin on the riv-
er. He said he went to the water's
edge to get a drink, lost his foot-
ing and fell Into the river. His
wife fell in trying to help him.
Chief park ranger Oscar Sede-
gren said it was "a miracle" the
couple escaped with their lives.
He said the spectacular water-
fall drops down a 45 degree cliff,
striking a projecting rock part
way down which gives the water
a whirling effect.

Latest uatemalai

Political A iance

Denies Communism
GUATEMALA CITY, July 23-
(UP)-The four political parties
which are the chief support of
President Jacobo Arbenz' left-
wing government today announ-
ced the formation of a "demo-
cratic alliance...to spur the rev-
olutionary process" fin Guatema-
la.
The announcement denied
that there was anything "pro-
Communist" or "anti-Catholic"
about the new alignment of the
Popular Liberation Front, the
Revolutionary Action Party, the
National Integrity Party and the
National Renovation Party.
"These four parties share a
grave 'responsibility to advance
Col. Arbenz' government pro-
gram, and tp spur the revolution-
any process launched In 1944
(with the election of ex-President
Arevalo)," the announcement
said.
"These parties cannot be de-
scribed in any sense as Commu-
nist parties, nor do they intends
either openly or in secret, to put
into practice the. principles of
Communism," th re manifesto
added.


Your Commsl Wtl'

HOG, 80
Wh.of 100.00 Pft.p mti
Present -
S Today. Monday. Jidy 3
P.M.
,30--Music for Molnd
400--Music Without W4rds
4:15-Tour de Fra (MV)
4:30-What's Your
6:00--Lean Back And WI1
6: 15-Evening Salon
7:00-Musical Parade
7:30-Sports Review
8:00-News and Commentary,
Raymond Swing VQA)
S:li-Platter Parada (VOA)
:45-Battle Report (VOA)
9:00-Story U.S.A. (VOA)
:3SO-Commentator's Dig e s t
(VOA)
9:45-Sports. Tune of Day and
News (VOA)
10:00-The World At Your Win-
dow i BBC)
11:00-The Owl's Nest
Midnight-Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, July 34
A.M.
6:00-Sign On Alarm Clock
Club
7:36-Morning Salon
8:15-News (VOA
8:30--Crazy Quilt
8:45-Hawaiilan Harmonies
9:00-News
9:15--Sacred Heart Program
9:30-As I See It
10:00-News
G0:05*-Off the Record
n;00-News
11ll05-Off the Record
11:30-Meet the Band
12: 00-News
12:05-Luncheon Music
12:30-Popular Music
1:00-News
1:15--Personality Parade
1:45--Rhythm and Reason
2:00-A Call From Les Paul
2:15-Date for, Dancing
2:30-Spirit of the Vikings
2:45-Battle of the Bands
3:00-All Star Concert Hall
3: 15-The Little Show'
3:30-Music for Tuesday
4:00-Music Without Words
4:15--Promenade Coneett
4:30-What's Your Favorite
6:00-PANA MU S ICA STORY
. TIME
6:15-Evening Salon
7:00-Master of Ballant r a e
(BBC)
7:30-PABST SPORTS REVIEW
7:45-Jam Session
8:00--NEW8.(VOA)
8:15-What's On Your Mind
(VOA)
8:45--Time for Business (VOA)
9:00-Symphony Hall
9:30-Comnmentator's Digest
(VOA)
9:45-Sports World and Tune of
Day (VOA)
40:00-Variety Bandbox (BBC)
10:30-Cavalcade of America
(VOA) ,.
11:00-The Owl's Nest
12:00-Sign Off
Explanation of Symbols:
VOA-Voice of America
BBC-Britih B roadcas ting
Corp.
RDF-Radiodlffuslon Francalse

Legion Auxiliary
Meets Wednesday
In Cristobal
American'Legion Auxiliary El-
bert S. Wald nit No. 2. Cristobal,
will hold Its regular monthly
meeting at the Post Legion Hall,
Cristobal, at 7:30 p.m., Wednes-
day.
Members of the unit and mem-
bers from other units have been
.cordially Invited to attend.




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is "tops for

RUM & COKE!


No other tooth past, amaIatIed
So regular, has been proved lett
.WI JUN41


PAMf OTH ~PASTE


rranco Names His Solid P11


For Signing Alliance With U!

By HAYNES THOMPSON
-0---- -


MADRID, July 23 (UP) The United States will have
to pay a "price" for a direct military alliance which would
link Spain to the west's struggle against Communism,
reliable sources said today.
The sources, although convinced that a U. S. -,Span-
ish agreement is near, said last Monday's 90-minute ses-
sion between Gen. Francisco Franco and the late Adm.
Forrest P. Sherman, U. S. Chief of Naval Operations, was
"tit-for-tat."
They said Sherman told Franco in candid terms what
the United States wanted air and naval bases in Spain
and an assurance the Spanish would fight with the West-
ern Allies in event of Communist aggression, even beyond
Spain's borders if necessary.
Franco, equally candid, told Sherman what, Spain
wanted in return more arms and.equipment, including
tanks and warplanes, and "firm" economic aid.


Viewed from a strictly milita-
ry standpoint, here are the as-
sets and liabilities of such an al-
liance for the United States:
ASSETS:
Spain is strategically located
and has a strong record of anti-
Communism.
She has a standing army of
400,000 men 22 divisions -
composed of "first-rate" man-
power. The army could be boost-
ed to 1,000,000 men In two weeks
and 2,000.000 men in two months
under full mobilization.
She has a standing navy of
24.000 men and a regular air
force of 35,000 men.
The "fighting" section of
Spain's navy includes four hea-
vy cruisers, one anti-aircraft
cruiser, one light cruiser, 27 de-
stroyers, five submarines, 12
sloops rated as gunboats, six
minelayers, seven minesweepers
and six torpedo boats. She is cur-
rently building nine destroyers,
four submarines, seven mine-
sweepers and 10 torpedo boats.
Spain has three airfields capa-
ble of handling the largest planes
in existence at Madrid, Barce-
lona and Seville.
She has potential naval bases
at Tetuail. Spanish Morocco; Ca-
diz, Cartagena, Valencia and
Barcelona on the Spanish main-
land and In the Balearic Islands
-100 to 200 miles eastward in the
Mediterranean.
LIABILITIES:
The army is badly-armed with
most of its equipment dating


Balboa Chapter
Local 900 Meets
Tomorrow Night
The Balboa Chapter of Local
900 OCEOC-CIO has called a spe-
cial meeting for the installation
of officers tomorrow night at the
Pacific Clubhouse at 7:30.
There will also be a discussion
of the recently announced re-
duction of force process an-
nounced by the PanamA Canal.


from the Spanish civil war of
1936-39. Spain critically needs
modern arms, especially heavy
artillery and tanks.
Spain's air force need planes
and the airfields need modern
technical improvements. The air
force has only 500 to 800 planes.
most of World War II vintage or
even earlier. Only half of these
would be of any value in event of
war.
The nation's road and' rail
transport systems need overhaul-
ing. Locomotives are worn, freight
cars are antiquated and there
are almost daily deaths on the
railways caused by spikes so
loose they can be pulled out with
bare hands.
The main highways need re-
pairs and secondary roads too
often are impaired by small-town
bottlenecks which would present
serious obstacles in case of war.


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July 27, 1951


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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE


Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1689, Sunday, July 22, 1951.


The whole tickets has 48 pieces divided in two series "A" & "B" of 24 pieces each.


First Prize

Second Prize


Third Prize


48,000.00


14,400.00

7,200.00
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0043 144.00 103 1 0 2 44.21"00 3043 144.00 4043 144. 5043 144.00 643 144.00 7043 144.00 043 14le4.00 43 14.0
0143 144.00 1143 144.00 2143 144. 3143 144.00 4143 144. 5143 144.00 s143 144.00 7143 144."6 8143 144i.0 9143 H 144.
0243 144.00 1243 1.00 2243 1.00 3243 1144.00 243 144.00 43 144.00 7243 144.00 8243 144.00 93 144.00.
0343 2,40.00 1343 2.400. 2343 2,400.00 3343 2.400.0 4343 2.400.00 S343 4,00.00 343 2,400.0 7343 2.4000 8343 2.400.00 9343 2.400.00
0443 144.00 1443 144.00 2443 14400 3443 144.00 4443 144.00 5443 144.00 O443 144.00 7443 144.00 8443 144.S0 443 144.00
0543 144.00 1543 144.00 2S43 144.00 3543 144.00 4543 144.00 5543 144. 6543 144.0 7543 144.00 8543 144. s543 144.0
0043 144. 143 144.00 2643 144.0 343 144.00 443 144.00 543 144.0 43 144.M 7643 144. 43 144.00 943 144.M
0743 144.0 1743 144.00 2743 144.00 3743 144.00 4743 144.00 5743 144.00 6743 144.00 7743 144.00 8743 144. 9743 144.
0843 144.00 1843 144.M 2843 144.00 3843 144.00 4843 144.00 5843 144.00 43 144.00 7843 144.00 8843 144.0 9843 144.0
43 144.M 1943 144.M 2N43 144.00 3943 14444.43 144. 5043 943 144.00 743 144.00M 43 144.00 9943 144.

Approximations Derived From first Prize

5335 4s80 53 480.00 5339 480.00 5341 480.00 5344 4 0.00M 534 480. 5348 40.M 5350 480.M 5352 480.M0

Approximations Derived From Second Prize
09 240. 1950I 240.M 2950 240.00 39 5 0 49(0 5 0 24.00 59s50 0 40.0 48 750 2.40W 89m 240.00
9941 120e. 9943 12040 9945 12000 9947 120.00 3409 1200 M 52 120.0 9954 120.00 35 120. J958 120#.
9942 120.M 944 120M 94 120.0 9948 120.M 991 120.0 9953 12. 9955 120. 00 7 120.M 353" 12.00.
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MB 1u. 1052 144.o 2n 14.M 3M 1" 4052 14.0 50 MOO 8052 144&M 846 14.4 6sm 144.M

7044 -.- 7- -.- ,i 7048-e" 90.00 7 -. 755 ".S. 7057 96. 7059 9.00 7-1 14.4

Prize-winning numbers .of yesterday's Lottery drawing were sold at: 1st, 2nd and 3rd In PanamA.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in 3 and not Included In the above list winIwty-Elght Dollars (48."0) each.
The whole tickets has 48 pieces which comprises the two series "A"^ and "B"
signed by: HOMERO VELASQUEZ, Governor of the Province of PanamA,
MARIO H. CAL. Representative of the Ministry of Treasury.

WITNESSES. Belsarla A. Garcia P.. Ced. 47-21401 JOSE GUILLERMO BATALLA. PABLO A. PIMW
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LEAGUE STANDINGS PanamA intaiwelfht Chain- Jers8 Jo s a r would be ot's i.
12 NEW YORK, July 23 The fourth-place Chicago TEAMS- Won i Lost ON o abo 3 e sctlored a the te L st va e hecht 't
white Sox continued to skid from glory by losing a double earcat. s........... 4 ~ 1a, 0 v champ ion of c- heavy# AP-tlI tswB
der to the lowly Washington Senators 7-6 and 11-5 Tigers. ...... ..4.... aann ina e
Yesterday to drop two-and-one-half games from the top. wlve.. ........... o 7 Colon Arena efore a scant ga- ac tl lhg ti contract
-0 and himself with a seventh therein w the Colon Commis- We ha on r- bout.
e New York Yankees' 9-0 and himself with a seventh inning Result. aon doctor ordered the bout match an .UallU to Bocch.cctlO. m etA 5
wins over the St. Louis single. Reusut c Itts L
worina gave them a record of ATIONins, Beares Amerki an League National League spee fteyre d bycut over l nn Itle jr' ofl la t to Atht
Victories and seven defea NATIONAL LEAGUE e Bears i Wolves round ended 8 ohm a
a road trip that started outr wn TEAMS- Won Lost Pet. G.B. TEAMS- Won rst Fet. G.B. The ct led so profusel that when w tt took th i at the ti. r
to be horrible with six losses in The Dodgers stretched their The ears extended their win- ew York 53 4 0 Brooklyn . 56 dep.6 th mnue's res, the from Charles a hug etatot th
their first seven games. margin to eight and one-halt in streak by eating the ta- 54 35 .607 New York. 49 .538 8 time spent bythe doctor while tturgh Wday, t was nt want any
SThe Red Box 10-9 triumph n games as they beat the Cardinals end Wolves. 38-21. The Bears, Clevad. 54 35 .607 St. Louis 44 42 2 11 exam t e ad thad under the ontrt f rgee, "All
Th e o 0-triuphn aesteeeyardoplayingttheirbestgameoftheChic13 .4mintingh eee and-thef-theora c
:ten innings gave them their first 9-2 to end their home stand with playing their est 39 .576 f Philadelphia 44 45 .494 12 mintr an s the fight for a return b
winning road trip since 1949 when a six and six record. season, scored t lmo t a 8210-a ee . 39 46 .459 13 Cincinnati 43 4 .44 1 nd, Po banthe within 90 d In the event of Bocchllo s he woud
I they had seven wins and no loss- Roy Campanella smashedThe t bac 20g, W h IL ton 4oh 4t .449 14 Boston . 40 45 A71 145 blood the left ide. Charles' d "prmer tat tt first e
es. two home runs to lead a 14-hit The Wves fought fa the ileph 56 .391 19% Chicago. . 36 45 ..44 16' flh t ellent u rto But Fel occhicch o. mah f- d att L .o ft
It was Allie Reynolds who hurl- assault while Carl Erskine eaondrs basket forba dthske t but that s.. 7 62 .303 7 Ptsburgh 35 A ,402 20 the tiet reae unexpet- er of W alctt, o isd "It a po- eoge .e f ht Wt-.
ed a four-Ntt shutout for the racked up his tenth win, miss- early game lead was too murh to ed e rn had a slight tract a biger He
SBronx Bombers in their first ing a shutout when Stan u.l early game lead was too Much tde Inoeg. Orson had a sligt that Louis
game Sunday-his eleventh vic- sal ahit a two-run homer in the edinn o TODAS GAMES TODA S the snd and tsP slim
tory and sixth shutout, ninth Inning. divi d In only live-minute quar- OPEN DATE. -OPEN DATE. main a .eTiletrbe won the.
01' Satchel Paige started The second place Giants divid- In the nightcap, the Lions no mo h and .tha fif-1lthe most
against Reynolds and pitched ed a twinbill with the Reds. Ken dothen ca 27, th inshno---lagr and th ilhth motTA-rcas adhsul
no-hit ball for five and one- Raffensberger pitched a tidy ed out the Bearcats, 28-27, in a YESTERDAY'S ESULTS YESTEDAY'S RIEULUS ro t n was deand that the title
'third innings. But his dbwnfaUl eight-hitter for a 7-3 win for the hair raising contest s they hadB- (First Game) (First ) t hthadseveralexcit-
started with Bobby Browns' Reds in the opener for his tenth to come from behind to win. New York .000 003 501-9 11 0 Pittsburgh 000 000 030--3 8 1 The hets had several excit- held in hladelphia r At-
three-run homer in the sixth win although he gave up two an Cox of the Bearcats and Wen- t. Lous 000 000 000-0 4 3 Boston 000 001 22x-5 9 0 leftoe- to5toe exchanges that The new champion, me.
and the Tanks tagged him for homers to Willie Mays. d asso of Lions tied for hgh eynolds (11-5) and Berra; Pollet (4-0), Wilk and Garagi- left the f hoarse after this while et anot day wel -
five more rns in the seventh. The Giants took the second In honors with 12 markerseach.Pae (0-2), Hogue, Mahoney and ola; Surkont (8-8), Estock, Chip- canto.Near the d e aofAG TANINGB ing wellwishers at homeland
live more runs In the seventh. The Giants took the second In This Is Cox' first year in basket- Lollr. man and Cooper.t neutraboaspelucor er tout3sac Ta
The Red Box scored two runs in the ninth inning, 9, when Man- ball and he has improved with man and Cooper. neut corner for about 30 sec- TA Won Jst et. ne at Atntar sa c. ead
!the top half of the tenth inning te Irvin singled home an unearn-
'gainst Detroit when Johnny ed run. Dave Koslo lost the first every game. (Secon-dtaml on ere ca vern e ; evon appearance in New
Pesky doubled with the sacks but won the second game.The games are played on Mon- (Second Game-Called at end of Pittsburgh 020 00 -5 0 and went into a clinch. When the Powell's.. ...... 1k yee d
jammed but the Tigers came The Cubs gave new Manager day night and Wednesday fter- Eighth-Rain.) Boston 010 000 001-2 6 1 boxers were separated, blood Cee S olo.... Y4ore te
roaring back to score and have Phil Cvaretta an 8-1 and -0 noons t the Crstobal Gym. The New York 204010 00-7 7 1 Dickson (129) and McCul streamed from a deep gash over W nho .... e ob MurphyJoe non
ltwo on with one out in the last double victory over the Phils n league ends on August 6. The St. Louis 120 000 00-3 5 2 lough; Wilson (2-2), Nichols, the left eye of Pica. d 1 .1 figt there.
tdbic is invited to see these con-PJunior Vareity.. f17.I g
half of the tenth. his debut when Hank Sauer dou- es see Paine, Estock and 8t. Claire. The main smfll went on-
Home runs by Luke Easter and bled and moved around on two Kuzava, Kramer (1-1) and Sil- ly two and oe-halfrunds as Tsp Score of the League scr f at-qrr.
Larry Doby paced the Indians to fly balls. vera; Byrne (3-4), Suchecki and (First Game) i- r d T f th e a a h eqrr
their first game win, helping to Willard clouted a two-run tri- Bears- FG FT PF TP Batte. Cincinnati 202 000 210-7 7 0 Sy"t W s punched out 1-Hener........ 107 points the end o thea t l
pile up a 5-0 lead that enabled ple in the eighth inning to give Dolan, B..... 2 1 0 5 New York 00 000 102-3 8 1 ha spectacular oSekout over 2--Peltinovic. 98 tu w h as e min r
Bob Lemon to coast home to his the Braves a 5-3 win over the Pi- Longo....... 5 0 0 10 Boston 020 400 101 2-10 13 3 Raffensberger (10-310) and harda-hitttoi Steven Bennett. 3--etoCevlls ..... 92. tugte fn s re In tr
tenth win. rates in the first game but Pitts- Howard.. .. .. 1 0 1 2 Detroit 000 500 030 1- 9 16 0 Howell; Kosl0 (5-8), Spencer, 4-Kraft .... .... 86 rd club wa-leading S to 1.
en atP Bland......7 0 1 14 McDermott, Mastersn and Ev- ie in hi first start S since turn- Friday night Coco Solo defeat- The JV however came 'bac
3-1, driving in the tie-break- and homers by Clyde McCullough Hall........ 2 0 1 4 an, Moss; Cain, Bearden, Bor- (Second Game) ing himself over to veteran train- ed Westinghouse by the score of in the third qute nd put oa
~g 'and eventual winning run and Pete Reiser. Katz.... 1 1 3 wy, Hutchinson (8-5), Stuart and Cincinnati 000 004 103-8 9 2 er Cecil McCalla. Re took it easy 41 to 36. heSgame was closeefroam the gas end jOt back into
Sand eventual- winning run and Pete Reiser. Washabaugh.. 0 0 0 0 Ginsberg. New York 003 011 211-9 11 1 in the first round while Bennett, start o finish No team was too e with th score n
Tota1 -2- -4- Ramsdell, Wehmeler, Smith 125 ~, threw some lusty punches far ahead at any time of the con- 5-34 at the nd the ia r.
Totals. ...... 18 2 4 38 Blackwell (10-8) and Pramesa, that were either shifted or block- test, except In the third quarter The height of lllani the Qs
(First Game) Scheffing; Hearn, Spencer, Kos- ed. when Wetintghquse was only al- pivot man, was too much or the
V A C A T O N Wolves- FG FT PF TP Washingt'n 002 004 001-7 12 0 lo(5-7) and Westrum. Near, the end of the second lowed to score one point by Tito opposition and the final core
Craig, J...... 1 1 1 3 Chicago 312 000 000-6 14 0 round Wallace,staggered Bennett Cells, while Coco Solo racked up stood at 55-50.
Burgess, E.. .. 2 0 0 4 Marrero, Consuegra (6-5) and (First Game-14 Innings) with a solid left to the jaw and a total of 12 points. Westing-
Crawford, C... 3 0 1 6 Guerra; Rogovin (6-6), Gumpert, Chi. 110 012 200 000 01-8 19 2 had him on the verge of a kayo house was never able to close the The box score
V AAI Bland, H... .. 0 0 0 0 Pierce and Masi. Phil. 100 005 100 000 00-7 14 0 when the bell rang. gap for the remainder of the "D"Btry 93r-- FG T TP
Leves, C. .. .. 4 0 2 8 H i11 e r, Klippstein, Hatten However, Bennett came out game. Trueblood .... 3
Moore ....... 0 0 0 0 Leonard (8 -3) and Burgess, fighting for the third and after The box score: .. .... 3 .
Morgan...... 0 0 0 0 (Second Game) Owen; Church, HanAen Kon- a series of exchanges Wallace Westinghouse- FO FT TP Woods ........ 4 0 8
Wash. 070 101 011-11 13 0 stanty (4-8) and-Seminick, Wl- dropped him for, an eight count Chambers .. 0 llm .. 1 8
___ Totals....... .10 1 4 21 Chicago 100 120 010- 512 0 ber with a left hook to the body and C. gelis........ 7 5 19 Tshuk ....... 4 1 .
US Sanford (2-6) Haynes and short snappy right to the jaw. Ibabfle.. ... .. 1 1 3 GOddlea .. .. ... 0
Lions- FG PF TP Grasso; Holcombe (7-6), Dorish, (Second Game-Called because Wallace then stalked his man ,H. Tom ......... 2 2 6 1Detreh.. .. .. o. 0 0 0
aso. .... .. 5 2 3 12 Dobson, Rotblatt and Hairston, of Sunday Curfew. Will be re- and calmly waited for a open- 8, Cells...... .. 0 0 0 Blanch. .. .. 0 0 0
White .... .. 0 0 0 0 Erautt, Masl. sumed at later date.) ing before sending home the fin- Magdaleno.. .. 0 0 Zurbruegg.. .. 0 0
SChin, R .. 4 1 2 9 Chicago 000 000 1-1 5 0 al fatal volley of blews. Bennett Sala... ...... 0 0 0 Lambert...1.... 0 0
Garcia ...... 0 0 3 0 Philadelphia COO 000 0-0 3 0 dropped as though pole-axed osemena...... 0 0 0 -
Hanna, M..... 0 0 0 (First Game) McLish and Owen; Johnson with one foot dangling from the Lam,......... 0 0 0 Total.......... 23 9 5;
Chan. ....... 3 1 1 7 Philadelp'a 000 300 010-4 7 1 and Wilber. lower strand of ropes. .
Hill ........0 0 0 0 Cleveland 221 010 00x-6 9 Le14 8 36 Jani Varag*$- PG .T 0 T
St.oLouis 000 6000002-r 71 -.... ... P lto .
Totals. ...... 12 4 9 28 \ Brooklyn 004 003 20x-9 14 0 classed oStg seduedr Coc Solo- FG FT TP ...I.o ....
HASPEL SUITS (Second Game) Presko (7-4), Munger, Crim- 116ir n the other scheduled Bryant. .. .. .. ..4 0 8 Roberts ........ 0 1
BEFORE NOW Bearcats-- FG FT PF TP Philadelp'a 001 000 000-1 7 0 ian, Brazle, Chambers and Rice, six-routd sub-feature. Thomnp- Carfrey........ 0 3 3 Edandl..... .. 9 1 1
1 for 1 for 2 for Burgess......1 2 2 4 Cleveland 010 000 20x-3 7 0 Erskine (10-9) and ampanell o credit for a tax-round BevIy w ..... 0 4 1 ... -
Haspel celanese..........22.50 15.00 28.00 Cox, B........5 2 0 12 d ael kayo when EacuderoJfailed to rocowskel.. 0 0 0 ugo '".... 4 1
Haspel white1............29.50 17.50 30.00 Pabon, Ed .... 1 1 1 3 ' ,, 'Psdo 'els. 1E punched out Nestle .........0 0 0 Hatgi..... .0 0 ..
Haspel linen .............. 22.50 19.50 36.00 Hawthorne... 3 2 0 8 Nestle.. .0.. a four-round knckout Over M.ee...51-
Haspel "Sir Ultra"........... 32.50 24.50 44.00 Leves, F.... 0 0 0 0 a four-round kn overMel- Hefner .. .. 5 2 12 --
Haspel "Sir Preme"........29.50 24.50 44.00 Dolon, E. ..... 0 0 0 0 vin Bourne, 114, in the prelimin- - Totals ........20 10 O
Haspel i e....... 29.50 26.50 46.00 Thomkina ....0 0 1 0 ary, Teals, much the stronger of Totals ......... 17 7 41 Tue Gams at the
Haspel "FamousSternberg" 32.50 28.50 55.00 the two, won every round and In the second game of the eve- MMaI ~OylUUlam
Haspel Dinner acketstner" 32.50 28.50 .00 otals.10had Bourne in bad shape at the ning, the 903rd took an early lead Refreaquerla Crle V. Co
Haspe Dinner Jackets .... 3250 5.00 9.00 Total.......10 7 4 27 end of the second. This was Tex- and led the Juntor Varsity by a Solo; Pow.t's Vs. Westithouse.
Muuel Dividends ls' first pro fight.
SOCKS Muluel DividendsI f t le you b
Nylon Socks ............... 0 i 075 125 FraC Faces In o .
w Sool ocks .............. 1.50 0.95 1.60 Ju n anc or if you have o tey ob co to
PUre silk socks ........... 1.75 1.10 1.95 j r i our Store and you can choose your
Bathing trunks ............. 5.50 4.75 8.50 FIRST RACE The M aj ow term to bty on Credit..
1-Lollto $13. $7.20, $4.80. M "t We have 6H4 best MkfiY Pr.
BATHROBES 2-Arqumedes $8.20, $4. W hav th bst Maoay ir
Tropical bathrobes ........ 13.50 6.50 11.00 SECOND RACE .If yo don't knIow O!io CBM Sy m
Tropical bathrobes ........ 18.00 8.50 15.00 1-Casablanca $7.80, $2.80, $2.40. visit as Ad y wlr
Tropical bathrobes........25.'00 10.50 18.00 2-Annie N. $2.40, $2.20. i yo wwu .
Woolen bathrobes ......... 35.00 13.50 25.00 3--Juan Huincho $2.80. .*
Plastic Suspenders ........ 2.50 1.95 3.00 blana)First Doubles: o9.80.t-Cs-
Polo shirts ............... 1.25 0.95 1.75 1Black a $4, $2.20. AC Central Ar
2-Eloina $7.80, $2.20.
A HATS 3-Proton $2.20. 1rfD C L M T R S I C"...
*HATS One-Two: (Black Sambo-Elo- n l PAMN f F Ii : *
Borsalino ................. 17.50 9.50 16.00 ina) s $46.80. COLPAN M OTO RESr, INC
Dobbs straw .............. 10.00 6.50 11.50 FOURTH RACE 0Ni AvIM o
Dobbs straw ............. 12.50 7.25 12.50 1-Gold Cylle $32.20, $6.80, $5.20. NatBonal Ave. (Automobile Rw)P aa rmWehmeer 00mbts
2-Ariopuro $4.20, $2.60. w P a-
3-Marsellesa $2.40. ________
A SPORT JACKETS 17.50 750 1400 Quiniela:, ,, Th(e AllldyS. "
25.00 10.00 16.00 re) T44. Alley. .
27.50 12.50 22.00 FIFTH RACE --- -_
37.50 15.00 27.00 1-Fair Chance $3, $2.4C. LADIES' BOWLING LEAGUE "
2-GriSu TH RACE STARTS SERIES OF GAMES .
TROUSERS 1-Gorsewood $4, $2.20, $2.20. The newly organized Navy
Super Gabardines & tropical 7.50 & Tropicana $2.20. Wives Bowling League will start
10.00 5.00 9.00 EVENTH RACE .a new series of games tomorrow Next Freight Sallints fream Vaten e, Slsd4i. hrtsd.
Haspelie Celanese. Sir Preme 8.50 6.00 10.00 1-Mon Etoile $6, $3.60, $2.60. at 2:00 p.m. tSan Frans. aT Los Angeles ts roSo
Haspelite Celanese. Sir Ultra 10.00 8.25 15.00 2--Fulanito $5.40, $3.20. Station.hr wil be six teams cam-
3 -ecend Do es: (Gorsewood- o pe wit the following caP- 8.. MOIMACLAND
Mon Etolle) $10. Johnston Team 2-Mrs. Billy om an Frncico ..............................Ag. 1
1- Apprise $.3 A0 $2.60. Ors, Team -Mrs. Caolyn From Los Angeles ............................... Aug.,20
2-S- ilver Fox $6.40. $3.60. 5-Mye. Team 4--Mrs. Mlsigaret
COME IN TOMORROW 3- .1 J~^ Falrx$3.20. Cantrell, Team 5---MrsN Ble Ure, 8.1. MORIMACBEY
Team 6- Mrs Lillian Noonan.
Quinlela: (Apprise-Silver Fox) eaguewl tfor ten From San Fransco .......................... .1
TO $30. NTH RACE | weeks and at this time five tro- From Los Angeles ..............................:.t 7
T nDn HIomnH. $1B2n tMJ phies will be awarded. Each mem-
Dmn omn $128.0, $14 2 er of the winning team will re- Nest Freight ailing from Cristobal to Los Angele and
AME-lRmCnAo Nla0 $ .6. (S4 ^t ceive a trophy and the individual San Franeiso
The AMERICAN BAZAAR ne.Two:(Don alomon-FIa- L having the highest score. Speet-
menco) $436.40. itors are cordially invited to at- a.,. -oMuAe&
1PANAMA-5 & 71 Central Ave. TENTH RACE$ tend the games.
A otel El 7 CnaeUt 1-Manolete $5.20, $4, $2.80. .. To Los Angeles and San Prancisco .................Aug. 7


COLON--Oppote a. R. taion2-Don Catalina $6.60, $4.40. 1Y 7 l op,.BS lr
ELEVENTH RACE
1-Don Temi excluded from bet- To Los Angeles and Ban Francisco .............Aug. 18
2-Conde $4.80, $2.20. (ting Tonight, at the Balboa Armed
1 ______ _________ 3-La Negra $4.60- Se ..es YMCA., the AA-erve
play after a week layoff.
PLAY SA For the opener Lhe Airmen will ..
PLAY SAFE! meet the Hdq. 18th Naval Distriet
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Mr. Tydeman Is well k own on rM Lamson entertained it
the Isthming as he sent most of a social evening at her quarter
his eI A the cal Zone following the dinner. ,
and raduatedfMom te Crilto-
bal h I I After Miss Barbara Egolf wp hoe
CSad""2from the I c's Point tess for a slumber party Frida
erehat Marine- Aemi aot evening at the home of Mrs. Oei
Great Neok, nK island. he Poole, Sr., in Gatun.
served a* an sulgn f the Uni- The girls who'spent the nigh
ted States Naval Reserves during and enjoyed breakfast with Mra
World War I. He has been at- Poole Included: Carol Newbard
*tending Renussalafter Polytechnic Martha Graham. Ann Thbma
xnetltutep Ty and owem- Barbara Williams. Diane Dar
played as arc tura engineer Jeanine Nix and Shirley Million
with the well-known firm of Mi- ---
ro and Harriqon Architects. Round-Up Card Party
Mr. andl Mrs. Tydeman plan The, Round-Up Card Party giv
tbe present for their son's wed- en by the Woman's Auxiliary o
din, which wil take place on the Gatun Union Church Prida
August in Troy. evening was highly successful
Groups played at the homes o
Sw*rise Birthday Lenmheen members of the Auxiliary an
Mrs. Caleb Clement was hos- met at the church later in th
teas for a-luncheon at the Hotel evening for refreshments and th
Washington Saturday given as a awarding of prizes.
surprise to compliment her md- -
theq, Mrs. Leon Zgolf on her Mrs. William Badders. th
birthday anniversary. Auxiliary president, had as guest
The group was seated at a large at her home: Mr. and Mrs. Hen
table centered with a circular ar- ry Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
rangemoent of pink carnations mond Ralph, Mrs. Robert Neeley
and spider lilies outlined with Miss Mildred Neeley. Mrs: P6rte
greenery. McHan, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
The honoree was given a gift Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. L. B
from the group. Mrs. David Howe Stevens, Mrs. Sta;ford Churchll
was presented a bon voyage gift Sr.,Mr. and Mrs. Starfrd Ohur
by the hostess. as she Is leaving chill, Jr., Mrs. Hobart Mills. Mn
in the near future to reside in Michael Greene, Miss Goldi
the States. Howard, Mrs. Marie Gorman ant
After luncheon the grotp en- Mrs, Ann Eckhoff,
joyed so afterriooh of cards. -
Those invited were: Mrs. Alice Mrs. Fred Wllloughby hai
Clement, Mrs. George Poble, Sr.. playing at her home: Mrs. Ir
Mrs. Willam Badders. Mrs. J. Sanders, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. E. A
W. L. Graham, Mrs. IHenry Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Bnydei
Shirk, Mrs& George Egolf,. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stem. Mrs
Frank Wolf. Mrs. Howard Harris. Howard Munro, Mrs. Ralph Gra
Mrs. Walter D. Williams. Mrs. ham and Mrs. Richard Penning
John Fah#estock, Mrs. Fred New- ton.
hard, Mrs. Gilbert Lee, Mrs.
Marie Gorman, Mis Ann New- Those playing at the home o
hard, Miss Janet Ofaham and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nash were
Miss Barbara Eg0olt. Mrs. L. L. Barfield, Mr. an4
Mrs., Leon Egolf and Mrs. Mrs. Sam Mauldin. Mrs. Wallac
Poole won the scoring prizes and Rushing, Mrs. B. F. Slaughter
Mrs. Graham. Mrs. Clement and Mrs. Fred Newhard. Mrs. Pau
Miss Graham won the draw priz- Purr, Mrs. Fred Schwartz, Capt
and Mrs. Floyd W. Forrest. Mr
:. and Mrs. G. G. Thomas, Mrs
urprVe oyage DIer J W. L. Graham afid Andri
A roupof friend arranged a Lee Nash.
surprise b0n voyage dinner par-
ty at the Hotel Washington Sat- Playing with Mr. and Mrs. Ca.
urday evening to honor Mr. and leb Clement at their residence
Mrs. WalOer Koerber. who leave were: Mr, and Mrs. Curti
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! .11 3'nSinng Du Ucate bridge 1is being play
-- ea t evening at the Martita
COMplisment Mn. La Duke Clubhouse. Anyone interested In
Mr. J. A. 8nyder entertained Joinin the group will be Wel-
With a soctal evening at her New coined.
Cristobtl home Friday evening lWat week's high scorers were;,
to donor her daughter. Mrs. Nast and west, Miss JMeane Do
Thoma X. La Duke. the former ble and Mr. Harry FrieGIa; S;,
iMes Jane Snyder. who arrived (Continued on Page 4. CaL 1)


Sad Faced Painter Held


For Rape, 45-Stab Murder
-0-
OWAMPAIXM,Ill., July23, (UP) dren were vacationing in MlohI-
-Andrew Parmer, 37-year-old gap, listened in silence as the
father of two children, was warrant. was read to him at the
charged yesterday with the sex police station.
mror of 17-year-old Janet Parmer was charged formally
Clark, who twas stabbed 45 times with the girl's slaying after un-
with an awl and strangled with dergoin lie detector tests at the
a necktie. state crime laboratory in Spring-
Partner, a sad-faced, balding field. He denied the murder, but
painter, was arrested shortly at- authorities said there were dis-
ter the pretty girl's nude body- repancles In his story.
was fould crawled on the flpor He said he visited the girl's fa-
of her father's bedroom. their Thursday night and return-
ed to' the Clark home Friday
She had had been beaten, raped morning. He said he talked to
and stabbed repeatedly in he Janet through the front screen
chest and abdomen with an Kwl. door and left when she told him
A blue necktie was'wound tight- her father had gone to work.
ly around her throat. The father. Paul Clark, a truck
Parmer was charged with the driver, said his daughter was a-
murder of the dark-haired high sleep in her room when he left
school senior'in a murder war- for work. He said the windows
rant obtained to by State's and doors were locked when he
Attorh,' Jobh. .B ." left and that his daughter must
Parmer. Who-e wife and chil- have let her attacker In.


ACID MaGESTM

Here are the facts on


'i


Carrie Brown.

.Mrs. W Mid-
of Braanss. are


Airborne. before in
en rotto t iY. ork
thi Isthmus.
es Jaodueline BtUed
with Miss Ann oI#rifi 0
la, en route to.
M... to attend the
(rwnJuly 237tWAUl 2.
After leaving W an M
Boyle will visit hat
aandparenti. Mr. and J..
A. Boyle and her matertnal mM6
e. Mr. and MI.A .J.
t gal in Wlkesa-Bat, Pa.
&%day SebeOOol CoPneti, B
The members of th ndaY
School Council of the Gatu UnVW
ion Church are request to meet
tniilit with the pastor 6d the
Ihutch at 7:30. This wll ae th
last Ameeng before he leaves fot
the States.


Prior to her arrival on the Ca-
nal Zone. Miss Patton was direc-
tor of Purchase Community
House. located at Purchase. New
York, from 1943 to 1946. She then
became Girl Scout Executive Di-
rector of the White Plains. New
York. area Council. from 1946 to
1949. Since her arrival here In
October of 1949, she assumed the
duties of Director of Girl Scout
Activities for the entire Canal
Zone.
The exhibit will remain at the
UO8-JWB gallery for two weeks.
through Saturday. August 4. A
cordial invitation Is extended to
the residents of the Republic of
Panama and the Canal Zone to
visit the exhibit.


alCNAMNA
ZIRCON JAN ST
NOPAgARNg
3 tops1,1

*0
OCTONBE AMITHYST
OPAL



5MAMAOCA"
SAPIPHIREKA


The fifteenth art exhibit of the
yea t be held at the uso JWB
med Frces Service Center in
afOa, under the Sponsorship of
tbh OanAl Zone Art League and
the TVO JWB Club. opened yes-
terday with the work of Miss Ma-
ry L. Patton of Balboa.
M Patton won a scholastic
made honorable mention
still a student in High
1 .at White Plains. New
or She also received a college
dlub Schlarship for Pratt Insti-
tute where she studied Illustra-
on In the Fine and Applied Art
ocholl. From college days until
omtng to the Canal Zone In Oc-
tober. 149. ss Patton had hard-
lytouched painting. However.
the vivid tropical colors and rich
contrast challenged a latent ar-
Stst tendency and shehas paint-
ed a great many pictures in vm-
rious places in Panama, attempt-
ing to catch the varying moods
of the tropics.
Her water color,."Colon Beach,"
won an honorable mention in the
Panama Art Exhibition in 1950,
and "Taboga" won first prize for
water colors in the 1950 Art
League Show. Most of the paint-
ings to be shown at the JWB have
been done in the last year.


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SFOR SALE
Household
E7" SAE SALE--Servel gas refrigerator
f'" i'ew. Cedar wardrobe new Sun-
beam mixer Aulomat.c toaster.
House 326. Coco Solo, Tel. 2-16.
FOR SALE -Over siufled-sofo-club
chair-w.ng ihor S ICi00 Hc.use
31, Slh St New Crstobal
OR SALE: For immediate sale,
'over 200 household items includ-
S ..ing refrigerator, beds, dressers,
lamps, bed-spreads, pillows, tobies,
Touches tools odd dishes, and
kitchen utensils, may be seen any-
." "'time. 741i-C. Enterprise Place.
"(Just off Balboa Prodol. Phone 2-
S6364.
FOR SALE:-Acct. going to States,
mahogany dresser. Flat top desk,
mahogany. Sears sewing machine.
Sears ironer (mangle). All in good
shape. Wm. R. Vines, 2117-A E.
Sth St. Curundu.
O.,,iOR SALE:-6.5 cu. ft. 25 cycle
Frigidaire Deep Freeze. 15 cu. ft.
25 cycle Frigidaire Deep Freeze.
Large mahogany corner China ca-
binet maple settee, excellent con-
dition. Kitchen China, ironing
board, wicker clothes basket. 25
cycle 16" Robbins & Myers elec-
tric. fan. Lattice and Fence for
Duplex, Misc. articles. House 605-
A, Tamarind St. Cocoli.

LOST & FOUND


.LOST: Black, Daschund, female,
10 months old; vicinity Balboa
Commissary, late Friody. No iden-
tification. Answers to "Chita." Re-
word. Please call Peterson, Coro-
zal 2242 after 5 p. m.

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished clean,
cool room, meals available. Bello
Vista 46th Street, 18-A upstairs,
phone office hours 2-1693. even-
Ing 3-1789.

WANTED
Miscellaneous
SWANTED: '25 cycle refrigerator.
". phone.Corozal 4245. After 4. Call
2-2304.

SAtlantic Society...
(Continued From Paee FIVE)
U Mrs. Julius Loeb and Mr. 0. 0.
Brown; 3. Mrs. Cunnlngham and
&.AMrs. R. B. Ward: North and
South: 1. Julius Loeb anld W. E
Gibson: 2. Sam Roe and Herbert
.*.Delgado: 3. Mrs. Garland Orr and
*" Colonel H. A. Greene.


" Squadron 45
1 'Spmansors Informal Dance
*"* Patrol Squadron 45. of the Coco
*" Solo Naval Station. sponsored an
* informal dance Saturday evening
** at the Coco Solo Officers Club.
* The Squadron. under the com-
S1nRld of Commander Theodore
" G. White. is receiving congratu-
,"lations on having won their first
y Efficiency "E" for the year
* 11. This award was received for
' having the highest efficiency rat-
"'V of its tvoe of Squadron in
..',' AUtlantic Fleet.


Elks And Friends

Invited To Movie
*A Cristobol Club
*. ld Elks. their families and
i inds are invited to attend the
i''wing of a featured picture at
1 Cristobal Elks Club tonighL.

LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT CF THE
CANAL ZONE
Division of Balboa
SJOEPH W. LE.DLEMAN.
I Plaintiff,


'A53L M. EDDLEMAN,


MORRISON'S
No. 4 Fourth of July Ara
Phone 2-9441

BOTICA CARLTON
i1.05S Melende. Ate.
Phone 2 -Col61.


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1949 Kaiser 4-door.
les than 15.000 miles. $1,100.00.
New Cristobal 170-C.
FOR SALE:-1951 Chrysler Windsor
De Luxe IFluidorat;c Crivel con-
tact Sgt. W S Pratt. Albrook
7257.
Tune-up specialist The Electric Au-
to Lite Co. authorized service igni-
tion and carburation. Servicio de
Motores S. A. (Marcos Villarreal),
H. St. No. 34. Tel. 2-1746.
FOR SALE. 1949 Chevrolet, 2-
Door, De Luxe 20,500 miles,
black, undercooated, new tires, new
battery, seat covers, original own-
er. Excellent condition. 1648-E,
Diablo. Phone 87-4278.
FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiac Tudor
Sedaon, 15,500 miles, original own-
er, excellent condition, can be
financed. Bendix console radio,
mahogany finish. Cushman motor
scooter, just overhauled. Albrook
86-3142.,
FOR SALE-1936 Ford Coupe, $250.
00. Recently repaired. Excellent
tires. 2-1431. -
FOR SALE:-1940 Chevrolet Coupe
good condition and tires, $320,00
cash. 0825 Plank St., Balboa.
Just received another large shipment
of universal parts for all cars -
TROPICAL MOTORS.


FOR SALE:-Chevrolet, mechanically
good. Good tires Must sell. No
reasonable offer refused. House
219-D. Paraiso. Above Club.
FOR SALE-1950 Chevrolet De Luxe
4 door sedan, 4,600 miles, like
new, undqrcoated, $1,475. 1409,
Apt. D. Carr St. Balboa.
FOR SALE-'50 4-door Buick, blue-
black, 10,000 miles, with radio.
new battery. Con finance. Call
Ft. Kobbe. 84-4180 Qtrs. 635-8.
Price $1,700.00.

FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-Strong Sturdy Boat Hull
36' x 11' $800.00. Cristobal 3-
1413.
FOR SALE:-"Diesel" boot 65 feet
shrimper cargo passenger. Tel. 2-
2252, Dr. Morales.
FOR SALE:-Motor scooter, Cush-
man airbone model 53. Good point,
excellent condition mechanically.
This machine modified for Lucas
Battery lighting system. Call 83-
5178, Qtrs. 2177, Curundu, after
4 p. m.


Greene Resigns'
As CLU Head
W. K. Greene has resigned his
office as president of the Cen-
tral Labor Union and Metal
Trades Council. The Panama
American, was informed today.
A woodworking craftsman
stationed on the Atlantic Side.
Greene has resigned from ser-
vice with the Panama Canal
Company and will return to the
States.
W. M. Price, first vice-pres-
ident of the CLU-MTC, will
serve as president for the re-
mainder of Greene's term.


LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT CF THE
CANAL ZONE
Division of Balboa
DONALD MILLARD HATT,
Plaintiff,


Defendant. VIBEKE HATT.


SUMMONS
Case No. 3351
Civil Docket 18
A ACTION FOR DIVORCE
*a the above-named defendant:
Yeou are hereby required to appDear and
'aswer the complaint filed in the above-:
atttlfed action within ninety days after
'te first publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
sds answer, judgment will be taken
lt you by default for the relief
-A 4 asded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Joseph J.
a lss k, Judge. United States District
'tousrt for the District of the Canal
L'taa. Ind day of July. 191.,
C. T. McCormick, Jr.
Clerk
By Sara de la Pena
Chief Deputy Clerk
-4% Basel M. Eddleman
The foregoing summons ia served
#"& you by publication pursuant to
o rider of the Honorable Joseph J.
Ibck. Judge, United States District
aart for the D.,);, i .f the ( anal
| dated July 2. v'.1l and entered
filed in this .,-'..I', n ,the orfti,'e
m n Clerk of sail I '..,ed States [Ir.
Court for the [...nson c,[ Balboa
4*- ,-y 2, 1951.
C T McCormick Jr


By Sara do Ia Pena
Chief Deputy Clerk


Defendant.


SUMMONS
Case No. 8362
Sivil Docket 18
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appeal
end answer the complaint filed in tihe
above-entitled action within ninety
days after the first publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer. judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Joseph J.
Hancock. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 2nd day of July. 1961
C. T McCermilck ,Jr.
(SEAl.)
By Lois E. Harrison
Deputy Clerk
To Vibeke Hatt
The foregoing summons Is served
upon you by publication pursuant to
the order of the Honorable Joseph J.
Hancock. Judge, United States District
(c..r 'for the L,sir, i the Canal Zone,
dated July 2. Il and entered and
liled in thn a.2- ., n in the office or the
rLerk f laid Unined Statfe Dilri-i
Cc.urt for the [,, aso.n of Balboa on
Julu 2, 19:1.
C. T McCormick Jr
Clerk
By Lale E. HarrIsee
Deputy Clerk


SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. 55 W-I 12th trMeet.


Minimum for
12 words- ,
s3 each admloenal
word.


rH PANAMA AMERICAN.
No. 17 "H" Street-P- nmi
Ne. 12.171 Cenrael ave-C-l-


MISCELLANEOUS
Oe you I ve a diaku iproblesmrl
Write Alceheslle Aamnymew
Beo 2031 A-mes. C. Z.
"A TOKEN OF THANKS"
We regret that we cannot see every-
one personally, and take this means
of expressing our appreciation for
the kindness and many favors ex-
tended during our recent bereave-
menT of the death of our sister, Mrs
Emma Grace (Witmer) Braswell, we
ore grateful for the lovely floral
tributes and the comforting words
of sympathy, which meant so much
to us, for these and for oil .the
favors given we extend our heart-
felt thanks. Mrs. William H.
Witmer. Mrs. Matilda (Witmer)
Fink. Mr. Robert .Cleghorn, Caoal
Zone.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Unclaimed recoped
tires. Plonta Good Year of Panama.'
Jer6nimo de la Ossa St. No. 1,
FOR SALE:-HAM radio transmitter,
V. F. 0., real bargain, Federico
Boyd Avenue, No. 4. Tel. M-3374..
SUMMER SPECIAL Cold Wave, $7.50.
Why hove a home permanent?
.with inadequate facilities, no
certain finished look, and. no guar-
antee when you can have o
professional one complete for only
$7.50! It will last longer...and
look better! These con be had
Monday thru Thursday. Make your
appointment early! Tel. 2-2959.
Balboa Beauty Shop. Open 9:00
a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Balboa Club-
house, upstairs.


FOR SALE:-Tome spider monkey.
Also small red one. Call Balboa
2820 during day, or see at House
150, one way street to Quarry
Heights.
FOR SALE: Piano upright" Grand
modern, small. Wicker set 6-pc.
gas stove four burner. Upholstered
livingroom set (3-pc). Baby crib.
Phone 916, Colon.
FOR SALE:-25 cycle washing ma-
chine in' condition. 1515,A, Akee
St., Balboa, C. Z. Phone 2-2316.
Monday until 7 p. m. Tuesday un-
til 4 p. m.
FOR SALE: -Three RCA radios and
Zenith. Tel. 83-6172, No. 2029-
A. Second street, Curundu.

Help Wanted
WANTED:-Good cook. -Must have
references. Do ooat apply it not
competent; No. 75 Peru Avenue,
upstairs.

WANTED
Jobs Offered


WANTED: Experienced American
Tutor to teach English to Pan-
amanian boys ages 1 3 and 11.
Write Tomas Arias, P. 0. Box
953, Panama City.

Position Offered
WANTED-A young man for install-
ing Venetian Blinds. Driving li-
cense and good references. R. A.
Cowes y Cia. (by Unibn Club.)

Newsmen To Bid
Adieu To Dempsey
Panama newsmen, their wives
and the, National Committee for
Public Libraries are planning a
no-host despedida Tuesday even
ing for Joseph J. Dempsey. pub-
lic information officer of the
U. S. Embassy, who Is leaving
early In August.
The affair will be held at "La
Masia" in Vista Hermosa,. start-
ing at 8 p. m
Those wishing to take rNsrt
should contact one of the fol-
lowing: Galileo .Patlho, at vile
National Library of Panama;'
Leopoldo Moreno A. at the Star
& Herald; 'Ariel Castro at "El
Pais": Rafael Peralta OrtP~- at
"La Hora"; Daniel Jacinto
Fuentes, at "The Nation ; or
Ricardo Lince at "The Panama
Americarn."

Ike Accepts New

Pact Headquarters
At HonorCeremony
LOUVECIENNES, France, July
23 (UP)-General Dwight. D.
Elsenhower today formally ac-
cepted his new, peculiarly shap-
ed 18-wing Atlantic Pact head-
quarters from the French gov-
ernment.
In the 32-man honor guard,
from 12 nations, no two uni-
forms were alike.


VENETIAN BLINDS
Made to order repaired and
refinished. estimate given.
COLON WOOD SERVICE
Tel. 543-L 2003. 7th. St.
Col6n, R. P.


RESORTS
Gramlichs Sant Clara beach-
cotagE. Bectric ice boxes, gas
tove. moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
Willami Santa Cloro Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms. Frigidaires. Rock-
gas ranges. Balboo 2-3050.
PhilUl. Beach cottages. Santa Clara.
Pox 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal.3-1673.

FOR RENT

Apartments
AL.AM#IA APARTMENTS
Modern futfished-unfurnlshed apart.,
meritf Confat office No. 8061. 10th
St. Nwr Cristobol. Phone 1386. Co-
Ion.. .
FOR' RENT:-Nlcely furnished 3 room
apartment, separate, maid's room.
Three months' lease. $125.00
month. Morysol Apts. 73-A Justo
Arosemeno Ave. Near U. S. Em-
bsoey,. Call 2-2341.
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
bedroom, sitting-room and dining-
room, kitchen, bath at No 20 Via
Espoaft see De Castro B Avenue
No. 24.- Phone 2-1616, Panama.
FOR RENT-: Furnished apartment,
43rd Street and, Mexico Avenue.
Tel. 3-0140, Panami.
FOR RENT:-1 bedroom apartment,
Peru Avenue, No. 47, phone 3-
0746, Panama.
WANTED: Apartment for small
houpe, furnished, for young mar-
ried couple,' in nice residential
section. Advise room 402, Hotel
Inten acional. Temporary lease
acceptable.
FOR RENT: Furnished bachelor
apartment, one bedroom and both,
$45.00. Also two bedroom apart.-
ment. Tel. 3-1648,*

Albulla Of Joridan

Mourned By-Sheiks,


Princes, Diplomats
AMMAN, Jurdan. July 28 (UP,)
-King Abdullah of Jordan,
slain by an assassin in Old Jeru
salem last, Friday, was buried
here today before a colorful
throng which Included princes
of the Middle Vast and diplo-
mats of the West.
The Arab Legion, crack fight
ing force of the Arab states,
*patrolled the streets of the cap-
ital and the borders of the na-
tion, maintaining the strict
security watch which was clamp-
e down witen 'the warrior-
statesman was shot down in the
forecourt of the holy Mosque of
Omar by a Palestinian Arab.
But there were no Incidents
during the stately burial cere-;
monies.
Bedouin sheiks' some of whom
had ridden in on horseback from
desert outposts. mingled in their
flowing robes among the strip-
ed trousers and black morning.
coats of United States, British
and other consular representa-.
tives.





OPENS

THURSDAY

"...The three unrelated stories
which make up "trio" embrace
charm, wit, humor and love."
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The hands,
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That gave you "Quartet"...
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.uMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL


We run a PRIANENT
BARGAIN 'ALE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEMS
where the
FINEST QUALITY PAINTS
are priced LOWER
than the cheapest.
Why not sae money
buying th4beste

GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
279 Ce.trl Ayve.
Tel. 3-0140


Lu ..x
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Imalediate
Delivery.
TeL 3-1713
#22 B. 29th St.


just arrived
o Leica lightmeter
Leica tripod
Hector lenses
e Leica carrying cases

INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC.
(ijloi laerg natatide eaR h
or Cawmi te
(LbY metal I'm PenasA")


DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
10 Tivoli Aye. Apt. 1
Offie: Tel. -33 Home: s-4Mr
HOURS: Monda thru Ftrday
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
6 to S p.m.
0sturlday I aJoi to I p.-1.


ALADDIN
KEROSENE Mantle Lamp
u. Candl Power of Modern White
LIt. Bursms 50 Hours On.1al of
Kroane t UMS 4% AIR OnlyO
K3ROEN E. Absolutely Safe It
cannot oplode Requires no gsner-
star or pump. No Smoke or Odor.
So Simple a Child GU Operate It
$9.95 Lowest Price
ever Offered In Panami.
All Part Avalable.
On Hele In All HARDWARE and
FURNITURE Stores
Distributors: -
WONO CHANG, S. A.
Cold th St. A alb m Ave.
Tel. 303
rimai -9 3 Central Ave.
Tel. 2-2M7


a na/ac
INSTANT
Fat-Free Powdered Milk
(fortified with Vitamin D)
for
DRINKING
for
COOKING
for
WHIPPING
Farm Fresh
Flavor!
On Sale in
P.C. Ci Co Commsaries
I F.


Pale Weak

Nervous Women


CErIT'Ath
THURSDAY RELEASE!


TOO ro TO
...fQr a girl
to fool with!


If you culd only realize just what
rerrisn would do for you, you would
would bo no heaitauon whateve-you
would o to your- druggist and ay. "I
want a bottle of Ferrizan." and start at
dc thr now off that nervous dres-
mon that it slowly but surely dra
you down. ertisn is more tran a ,
It is a r tiatlve, nve food, blood sd
tue builder a in one Ad that
such extraordinory reuIts are
it M 1 Aniema or lodl
,ite v sa Trblm
aJSw ot* *ny kind you mud
lareagu or other troubtls un-
I- Jobsk a powerful bracing tmkie
l i twhib so tIsda t ne ,a, I
ria Me&. .be=--
a u ea threw a m d
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.| USE PA.f


t4IRL


Edwr a, Browder has
recee %h potintment to the
United PlatMA avl Academy
at Aiapa from the 12th
California lonal District
He was noied 5'rlday night
that he-had been named quail-
iled principal for midshipman.
He wil the Isthmus by
air Thursday to- report to ethe
Naval Academy June 27.
The asnaefnl candidate Is
the son of Mr.. and Mrs. E. M.
Browder, Jr., of Balboa. His fa-
therA Aiuttant Egffgneerinq
and tnution Director-of
the Canal orpnikntlon.
lie wa au honor graduate of
Balboa High School .tis spring
and served as a cadet major in
the Balboa. Heh School R. 0.
T. C. unit. He was born on the
Isthmus and attended grade
school and high school at Bal-
boa.
The nomination from the 12th
California Congressional Dis-
triot, where his parents main-
tain a home at Arcadia, war
made by 1Rf4reentative Richard
M. Nion, who: has since be-
come a1 eator.

Local 9 Stewards
*Of -la Cha.pter

To Be Feted Toight
Several Stewards of the Balboa
Chapter of Local 000. OCEOC-
CI0, will be honored for out-
standin series at a special
meeting whichwill be held at the
Lateen Club in La Boca, at 7:30
tonight.
Local and chapter officers will
be present to assais the stewards
council of this chapter In tribut-
InK their fellow stewards for
their work'performed during the
flrt year of operation of this lo-
cal.
All stewards are requested to
attend.
Refreshments will be served
after the meetiftg.'

USS Rockwal Docks
With 536 Men Aboard
The' Us& Rockwall, with the
complement of 536, arrived Bal-
boa this mornhlig at 8 and
berthed -at Pier 1, North, Naval
Station, 'Aodman.
This vessel Is en route from
San Diego to Norfolk, Va. She
iisa 12,450 ton Attack Transport.
During her stay at Balboa of-
ficers and men will be granted
shore leave and liberty, to visit
places Of interest In the Canal
Z qe wnd Republic of Panama.



SERVICES
(Continued from areI 1))
while cleaning hi .38 revolver in
his office at the Balboa case
National Bank. He had been on
the "critically ill" list since his
hospitalization. Up until 10:a0
Saturday morning his condition
was reported as "satisfactory"
but be took- a turn for the-worst
shortly afterwards.
His sister. Mra. David Gorman
and Mrs. Leroyr Long. Mrs. Gre-
gory's sister, arrived last. night
mrTm New YorK to attend thO
fuiieral. Mr. Gregory is survived
by his wife.Dorcas, and a Tour-
moath-old-dauthter. :- *
A High Requiem Mass will be
sung at St. Mary's Church in
Balboa. Interment will be at the
Corozal Cemetery.


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May, D., Ky., who nvgd a.p an
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the Henry and Mirray .Ohrso
war contracts cass.
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R., N.J., ex-chainman of the
House Un-Amerlean Activities
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for a pension whin he reaches
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Thomas.' whp served a Ja&l
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that mark.
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alon system rolls brought total
outlays to 22.00 a year cm-&
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any increases to the amount proe
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quest. These benefits 'now comab
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By Allan S. H4awood
Vice-President, and Director of
Organization, CIO.
(Victor Riesel is on vaca-
tion. Allan S. Haywood, Vice-
President, and Director of
Organization. CIO is substi-
tuting for him today as spe-
cial ouest columnist.i


A :':,' ..' . . .
S* WASHINGTON One of my
A BOW TO WALTER WINCHELL colleagues in ,the CIO told me
a story, the other day, about the
Unhappy incident at the Stork when Phil Regan and Sher- man who complained that,
B. had lusty words.. .Their longtime friendship is wrecked while in 1932 he was eating
Happened when they argued about guest-stars for their teevy hamburger because he was
rams...Staffers kept the men apart, but not until Regan threw broke, in 1951 he was going
which landed on "Gregory," one of the Stork catains...It broke because he was eating
e off right outside the Cubroom. but none of the patrons knew hamburger.
bUt It... So, whatever you hear or read is an exaggeration. It occurs to me that that is
The return of Roscoe Drummond (Overseas Informa- not a very good story -o because
The return of Roscoe Drummond (Overseas Informa- it makes 1951 sound like a re-
W tion Chief of the ECA) to newspaper work is expected in t m perform9 ce of ike A
September He will cover Washington for the Christian peat performance of 1932. A
Science Monitor.. .There will be an atomic shakeup at good deal of hamburg ears
ECA. But Drummond is shelving it because reporting is been consumed in those 19 year to
what keeps him breathing naturally...Palisians write us but tremendous in l arge parde b
about the shameful neglect of the heroic and beautiful the tremendous strides made by
(formerly) monument to the Lafayette Escadrille, near og anzed labor during that
: Vaucresson (a few kllommeters from Paris). Is this be- long period, America is In far
S cause there are no funds to keep it up? Or Is someone just better condition today thhn it
not doing his duty?...The Duke of Windsor was playing was during those dreadful
S chemin de fer at the Palm Beach Casino (Cannes) the months of the Hoover depres-!
other night. Sat between a Chicago racketeer and Mrs. sion. a
S Donahue, the 5-and-10 mint. Labor's road to greater
St ____ power and strength during
these few years has been
The Pupi Campos (Diosa Costello) are jelling again, which Is largely undramatic. The
the sort of news we all enjoy.. .Josephine Baker's big Runyon trade unions of America
Fund night has been switched from the Cocoanut Grove iHotel have been built by patient,
Ambassador, in L.A.) to the Mocambo. Aug. 9...The stars and hard work much of it
others will pay $100 per plate... Jose Ferrer reports someone sent despite the obstacles of re-
locals a bad one when they reported bricks were thrown at him actionary big business in-
while on location for Bill Perlberg's film in Manhattan. A kid terests and unfriendly po-
chucked a brick at a cop. Jose was on the other coast at the time, liticians.
between scenes. i use the word "undramatic"
a with some thought because I
Anita Loos and Nijinsky's widow sailed yesterday. Anita may realize that Victor Riesel, who
do part of his mad life in a musical ...The widow is sure Yul is lending me the use of his
Brynner will lit the role-because "he resembles him"...Yul is column space, Is nothing if not
about to be signed by Rodgers and Hammerstein until Sept. 1954. dramatic in his writing.
S with leaves to make H'wood films...Bill Sarovan's version (with Sometimes, after reading his
.,his Ulabber), on "Come-ona My House" is finger-snappy. Rose- column, with its expert drama-
V mary Clooney's, however, is still tops and sexiest. Her trick ending tization of labor's thinking and
is a -corker when she goo-goos: "Come-ona my howsssss???".... actions, I feel like saying, "Who,
CBS eXec Charles Underhill has been signed by ABC in a post me.
similar to Hub Robinson's at CBS. Big job. Nice guy...The Not because Victor Riesel is
Blair House: (Nicky's cozy place on 56th) is where the crowd necessarily wrong in his inter-
Sgathers now, especially Sunday nights, when the swank places pretation but because what
est.- may strike the skilled journal-
1st as dramatic may seem to
I h'ue a hunch: Bill Veeck wants Joe DiMaggio as playing me, a labor union official, the
.manager on his St. Louis Browns. result of much- undramatic
hard work. experimentation
W. W., who says he can't get "unwound" from the daily and consultation.
: grind, passes it along in case it is new to you. too: Two business- The general public reads
. men. were chatting. Said the first: "See that jerk over there? about labor when there Is a
He went out of business with a small fortune." strike, or the unions issue some
"That's a Jerk? Why's he a Jerk?" blasting and well-deserved -
"He went into business with a big fortune!" criticism of big business con-
trol of national defense agen-
The Runyon Awards jury: Gen. D. MacArthur, B. cles.
Baruch, H.. B. Swope, J. E. Hoover. L. Rockefeller, Dr. K. But, unfortunately, the public
Compton, Mr. Justice W. 0. Douglas (U. S. Supreme doesn't hear much about the
Court) an4 I. DiMaggio. A few others have been invited constructive, often tedious, day-
...Thl de ps of the 40 Schools of JournalipW will be by-day Jimmy Higgins work
S urged to a minute choices for Best In JIoialism (and' that has made American union-
^, most promfitag Journalist); best in sports writifig. best lsm strong and responsible.
','r: .a comic strips, eto, The above board will then pick the When Local Union 12345 -
winners..... The prizes will be announced Dec. 10, 1951 sits down with employer.
(back to Dec. 10,.1950) on the day Damon passed, in 1946. John Doe for a month of
"The r, Bste dwagi*b-lsy7,d&tterMat9Se fl be decided collective bargaining and
In New York 'by the famed qurors.... ,Elior ; Please start produces an agreement that
submitting nomination to your local School oT Journalism benefits the employer, the
de~an and oblige*. employes and the commun-
The ashtray, hand-made to fit on the arm of Pres. Truman eit, you're not apt to hear
teat in his personal plane, cost $18,000-says the man who made In the one case in hundred
It... Joyce Mathews' sponsors invite her to go back to work when- or 'nore when emeloaer John
r--- sr- 's willing and ready...Her flight to London was called'off Doe and Local 12more, when emlover J tohn
after she had a two-hour conniption. A physician was summon- oeand Local 12345d th fall to
t,... ut uied no long ride. She'd like to hide somewhere in thareach agreement ta l heslant
country. But, where could she?.. .Valeska Suratt has moved to able to read aby a strike, you' be
'Washington able to read all the details of
Washington. the disagreement.
Grace Valentine, in "Season in the Sun," hasn't missed a per- perhaps that situation is un-
formance in 50 years! She certainly didn't in two of my plays, avoidable but it does lead. in
including my first, the long-runner, "Help Wanted." in which she the long run, to some unfor-
originated the ingenue lead, Gertie Meyer. in 1913, opposite tunate results. Because racket-
Charlie Ruggles.. .Frank Hunter, former tennis great, and social ersa had wrested control of a
Alice Sileck talking forty-love.. Pegyv Rabe, the banker's dotter, few AFL unions, some writers'.
discussing certain bonds ibut no stocks) with broker Seth Baker. led the public to believe that
at Hapsburg House. most union leaders are racket-
S o eers who prey upon their mem-
lrhIS 15 YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN bership.
_r______OU __OUM _- ___RA _ES _0N __LUM ~ That. In turn, led to the con-
cept that union members
should by law be "protected"
r from their union leaders.
'I 1 E I A I I L rp. /\ Yet the union security elec-
tions, required by the Taff-
-- .. Hartley Act have shown, through
The Mail Box is oan open forum toi readers ot The Panoma American -overwhelming victories for the
Letters are received gratefully and ore handled in a wholly confidential unions, that this idea was un-
manner. necessary and ill-advised.
If you contribute a letter .don t be impatient it it doesn't appear the In m"ch the same way,
aext day. Letters are published in the order received, he acot that ommunf ts
Please try to keep the letters limited to one poge length. gaions was usedtrol o f w labor
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. ounos was used bi some
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements or opinions Journalists to smear all
expressed in letters from readers. Amerst." n abthin as "d b
0- o Q munist." Nothina cn,,1d be
farther from the trut and
LET'S SHOW HOW WE FEEL | the flowers and trees are a riot i. it demonstrated bi the
July 20., 1951 of- color and although I have biahMl curce.#/
    Editor, Mail Box. written many letters of the beau- the CIO, 7'ndfor the leader-
    The Panama American. ty of the Canal Zone. we feel that shin of Philil Murrayo to
    Dear Sir: it is impossible to do justice, in toss out thi"' oscorv-'np
    How many people have taken: mere words. One ha sto really be bouT from their positions
    the time to write the Congress-1 here and see for himself to fif influence.
    men who worked hard to exempt" really appreciate it. Don't get me wrong. The
    us from the retroactive 1950 in- American labor movement isn't
    come tax. They did not have to, We love the entire Zone and perfect It isn't cmoosed of mpn
    we cannot help them by voting. Panama to th- extent that, for and women who never make
    and I think it would be appreci- several reasons. I decided to try mistake l
    ated if we took the trouble to let to find work and stay. Nevertheless, the men a n d
    them know we are grateful. Just I am past 50 years old, and women who makp un our. unions
    a card would do. The names are: judging from some of the letters have had a Pretty hih batthir"
    Representative Daniel Reed, in your column, fully expected to averae through nthe vyers Tf
    Repub., N. Y. have a very difficult time. How b be rhas been fhort n drtmnep-
    Senator Walter George Demo- very mistaken I was! tic homen rsm,. it hans hen lon
    e crat, Georgia. I found the Civil Service peo- sharn,'-hut sinoldes when the
    Senator Olin Johnson. ('hair- pIe most kind and considerate. hlt rpeall couni.
    man Civil Service Commis.sion, Even encouraging. After having The net. re. t s a higher
    Wash., D.C. I passed my examinations, I start- l standard not only fo'^
    "One of the grateful ones." ed out. My experiences have been workers but for a l the people:
    so pleasant. I just can not say anewdionltvpnd sepitv for
    KUDOS ALL AROUND enough for the people I have a new diniouvr an sesrit aor
    Curundu. C.Z. come in contact' with. agreens eter, fetnteres in
    "The Panami American. I would lik., particularly, to ^"m .ty ivic an nolta
    The Mail Box.' mention the Army Civilian Per- i' ty. civic and polltcal
    Dear Sir: sonnel Office in Curundu. Every- Ad. that isn't hambuer
    Four months ago we came to one in the office i from the young A at' ln'ood Americanismburger -
    Sthe Canal Zone for a visit. Had girls to the men and women my -tsgood Americanism;
    been here only a short time x ifn own age' were not only very
    we decided that we lout.t the coii'tnu;- but aill.% went out of everyone has been equally as kind
    country and wanted to stay thleit wa\ to make me leel that to helo and show me. sometimes
    We find the people so wonder- the% really wanted me to work over and over. how to handle and
    fully kind and considerate and down here ano stay "' my job correctly. I do aoore-
    -have enjoyed many interesting The ver. lov"l\ lad\ \ho sent '"ate their patience for at times
    outings, due to the kindues., of me out lor an interview at Fort r did feel very dumb
    people we have met since ue ha'e Amador Vas so thoughtful ano In closing. I would like to sav.
    M here. considerate that it Is impossible 'We are so sorry that we did not
    :. Th entire country is far more for me to express, in words, m' 'me to the Canal Zone for a vis-
    bieautiful than ve had ever; appreciation of her kindness ". manv vents ago."
    dreamed it cold be The birds, was placed almost immediately Sincerely.
    .aej beautiful and colorful and In the of mice where I work, V'. R R.


    "Is This a Pri i Fie


    GRUMMETTI CAMP. Tanganyika. It has
    occurred that possibly you might be interested
    in what it takes, In addition to money in some-
    what tightening amounts, to make a safari. For
    openers you've got to be slightly nuts to travel
    this far away from home and mother to shoot
    something that might conceivably resent you to
    the point of chewing, kicking, or goring you to
    death. But we assume I'm nuts, because 'I'm
    here.
    The equipment is slightly staggering, because
    you must provide all you need to subsist com-
    fortably hundreds of miles away from anything
    larger than a thatched hut. And if you are
    shooting, either guns or caneras and we are
    indulging inh both vices .there are so many
    varieties of targets that you'need highly diverse
    stuff.
    Guns, say. I'm wearing an arsenal composed
    of a .470 Westley-Richards double-barreled rifle,
    for such truck as rhino and buffalo, which take
    a lot of killing. It knocks me about as -far as
    it knocks the victim, and shoots a cartridge as
    big as a banana.
    Then there's a .375 magnum Winchester for
    lion and the big, 1000-pound-plus antelope-like
    eland, and for slightly. less massive critters like
    kudu and sable and roan, which are still as big
    as small horses. The middle gun is a 30 .06
    Remington for general utility shooting, and a
    Winchester .220 swift 'for potting hyenas and
    smaller game and finishing off the big babies.
    All these guns save the heavy double have
    scopes.
    As the bird shooter in this I am packing two
    shotguns, a Churchill 12-gauge double, which is
    my heart's delight, and a marvelous little Sauer
    16 which I stole from a friend of mine, after
    four years of conniving.
    As vice-president in charge. of cameras, Mama
    goes forth to war wearing a bristling array
    composed of a Leica with telephoto; a Rollel-
    flex full of color; a black-and-white Ikoflex:
    and a magazine-load Cinekodak for movies, and


    WASHINGTON. Shrewd political observers
    -- including, privately, some of the most astute
    Republicans on Capitol Hill are becoming in-
    creasingly convinced on two points.' 1) Harry
    S. Truman will run again; 2) Harry S. Tru-
    man, spitee his current low standing in all
    the polls, will be a hard man to beat.
    One reason for believing that Truman, If he
    runs, will be no easy mark. is the simple con-
    trast between the electoral situation in 1948.
    and the .-ituallon which seems likely to prevail
    in 1952. In 1948, after all, Truman won despite
    the fact that he lost four states South Caro-
    lina. Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi to
    the Dixiecrats This accounted for the loss of
    38 electoral ballots.
    There have been renewed mutterings of
    Southern revolt, especially since Senator Harry
    Byrd's rebellious speech in Atlanta. But it
    seems wholly improbable, as of today, that a
    new Southern narty will be organized.
    'The fact Is that thd Dixiecrats captured four
    states in 1948 only because they tightly control-
    led those states' political machinery and organ-
    ization. And what has been generally over-
    looked is the fact that the Dir.iecrat organisa-
    tion has. since 1948. been virtually destroyed.
    In South Carolina. the Dixiecrats took a near-
    mortal blow when J. Strom' Thurmond. Dixie-
    cral Presidential candidate, was resoundingly
    defeated last year for the Senatorial nomina-
    tion. Governor James Byrnes is no lover of
    Truman. but he is a regular to his fingertips,
    and far from likely to holt his party.
    In Alabama. the Dixiecrats in 1948 were
    strong enough to rule Trhinan's name right off
    the ballot But the whole Dixiecrat organiza-
    tion has now been around Into. mincemeat bv
    Alabam-'< two anti-Dixlecrat Senators. Lister
    I111 .rid John Sparkman.
    In ot'islana. national Dixiecrat leader Lean-
    cer Pere.. who supolIed much of the tactical
    direction and financial sinews of the 1948 move-
    ment le f the fight last ear to unseat anti-
    Dixier";.' Senator Russell Lon Perer. was just
    bout finished olitically when Long romped
    fhroucri wit'i every Louisiana narish save one
    - n erentfr triumph thau his father Huey Long
    ever enjoyed.


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    enough assorted film to keep the Ansco people
    in the black for the. next ten' years.
    There is also a little weapon called a Land
    Polaroid, which takes the' nstantaenous shots,
    and which the natives find infinitely fascinat-
    ing. The old lady runs a free photographic.
    studio wherever she goes, and has made more
    friends than a politician on election eve. Other
    people may' deal in trinkets; we whip out the
    polaroid and deliver unto the chief a personal
    photo, served crisp and hot in one minute. This
    is witchcraft of a high order.
    We have one bag full of books, which we don't
    read, and two bags full of unfinished' work,
    which I don't finish. WVe have a bag full of
    medicine tfor father's gout4 triple sulfa for lion'
    wounds; sleeping pills for unruly airplanes.
    twenty-dollar pills that cure everything .from
    claustrophobia to kleptomania aspirin, vitamins,
    quinine, conjunctivitis remedies, and a couple of
    quarts of insect repellent that arouses the beast
    in the meekest mosquito. .
    We have a typewriter and a portable phono-
    graph that does not work because there is no
    electricity but which ,a kind friend gave us at
    LaGuardia Airport as A going-away present. We
    have a safari trunk full of hunting clothes and
    a city trunk full of city clothse. We wear bush--
    .jackets with cartridge loops, and slacks and
    sweaters and sneakers and boots.. We have
    wooden boxes full of food, condiments, gin, beer,
    Coke. cigarettes and ammunition. .
    There are drums of gasoline and water. There
    are complete kits of spare parts for Jessica the
    jeep and Annie Lorry the truck. There is the
    medical kit for Jessica and the lunch kit for
    the long hauls. We employ one,,white hunter,
    one head boy. two gunbearers, one lion expert,
    one carboy, two skinners, one cook, one cook's
    assistant, one lorry driver to keep Annie stuck
    in the bogs, two porters and two personal boys.
    I tell you. the going price of lions comes high.
    If we don't find 'gold on this trip I may be
    taking another safari soon. Only this time I'll
    be working my way home.


    The Louisiana state organization is now firm-
    ly in the hands of Long and anti-Dixiecrat
    Mayor DeLesseps Morrison of New Orleans.
    Even in Mississippi, the Dixiecrat hold has
    been slipping fast. In view of the above, It is
    difficult to see how the rebellious Southern
    mutterings ,can take any form more decisive
    than a futile convention walkout. This is so
    especially since the Truman administration has
    no intention whatsoever of seriously pushing
    the hated civil rights proposals before the De-
    mocratic convention.
    On the face of it, therefore, this seems to add
    up to a 38-ballot plus for Truman. Add the
    fact that Truman almost certainly owed the
    loss in 1948 of the forty-seven New York State
    ballots to the existence of the Communist-or-
    ganized Progressive party.
    Henry Wallace has long since retired to his
    chicken farm, and the Communists are now no
    more capable of organizing even the thin shad-
    ow of a national party than they are of captur-
    ing the Republican nomination. The sinking
    without trace of the Progressive party is also
    siurel. a plus for Truman.
    Qther pluses which political seers count off
    on their fingers are a Korean truce it there
    is one and Secretary of State Dean Acheson's
    forthcoming departure, which Is now as certain
    as such things ean be.
    The Taft-MacArthur wing of the Republican
    party, is certain to attack a Korean armistice,
    after the event, as "appeasement." Even so, an
    end of the fighting will- help Truman politically,
    if only because the Korean fighting, with its
    heavy casualties, has undoubtedly been hurting
    him badly.
    A Korean truce will also give Aeheson an op-
    nortiniiv to depart. If not in a blaze of glory.
    at least against a background of solid achieve-
    ment. which is how Acheson has wanted to
    leave all along. It is significant that Truman
    now discusses the possibility of Achson's de-
    iarture without th4ormer outbwurt of Presi-
    dential fury. It seems to be tacitly assumed
    that Acheson Is .too heavy a political burden to
    carry in a campaign ypr.
    (Copyright. 1.61, N ewmIk ErAMU Treane Iae.)

    4. L -


    Armored Column


    By BOB RUARK


    Matter Of Fact

    By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
    TRUMAN PLUS AND MINUS


    Drew Pep us: COuiMnn

    blck 1Its oppoent's brother; t,
    gets Vo9t0* f,0 t. *
    WASHIGTON.-Here a- e some backstagi



    Hau nrfi andthe Noh Korean
    Once General Nam retused to dea
    aen. whereupon Tung Hau p01 pls-
    ocket, read a. few eurt phrases. General -am
    Communft negotiators keep asking for receIsA
    houra f conferring, they ask for a two-four
    clear whether they, use this time to radlo for
    lor private huddling.
    Even during the showdown QVer newsman
    markable agreement emo baste ic ues... MostM
    Comun aee uon e vta .on of hav
    Mtce supervised by inspection teams. Those o
    m unet tactics through the years neverdetn
    consent ao this. Inspection of any. Commul B
    nver fore been permitted... .lmpick in
    may be the Communlata' argument over "oa
    dpectonh" teams. They wanted k he former...
    haggled over where the buffer zone should be o
    eral RidvWay reported to Washington that he wodi
    from his recentt position north of the 38th Lalledi
    to straighten out a bulge in hi line... Unke
    daysc. excellent relations prevail between lotlg
    State lepartmernt. Te diplomats regara pbid0 '
    total ithdrawal of alley r ed trop from er a
    resumed talks. The State Deartnsent n also oould e
    they had complete conWfidnce in him. a t-0o
    There's an obvious difference between peeping .
    cow re Korea, with the Kremlin mored anxious thrtb
    the Chinese. After Maulk put out his first pIhacis fi
    Peiping radio was silent for four days. then
    ly... Deputy u Forein Minister eromyL- In MosWate--
    usually fran withf US. Ambassador Kirk, toalke' o
    itaril termk., .not wieital. The Chinese radt o b, n
    medately began injheting pollUics-such as' Lorfk w
    soat on the U.N .... General Bidgay is now in
    able- position f the Chinese rcout terattack. Shold 5S
    Pa long wait with a heavy buf.d-up of. Chinese .ir pa
    TWO DIFFERENT .SENATORS ,
    Two senators wele approached recently rekardin1
    flotal okay for two appointees from-their' states.
    scholarly Sen. Spesaard H611land. Florida Democrat, the
    isolationist Sen. Arthur Watkins, U1tah: Republican. ,a
    Holland was asked to okay the appoilntmept .
    political opponent, Francis Wlitehair. to be UVne.hi
    of the Navy. Whitehair had once run against
    race for Governor of Florida. He lost, but* the .
    some pers6bnal scars.
    Watklns had run against .Sen. Abe Murd0chti
    mocrat, and defeated him. Now Abe 'Murdoch's bro theI
    is up lor reappolntmebt as counsel of the Senate 'Labw
    mittee, a roultne' ob which is hard to fill. Murdoe
    peroul lawyer, has been working as a public service. ,
    his law firm. has some suits pending against the GOveM
    he, needs a .-speciale waiver from the Senate-a cl
    given in. hundreds' of other cases.
    SWhenl the two. Senators were approached regardl*t
    two appointees, Senator Holland graciously acceded.
    appointment of his old political opponent, 'Whitehbaj,
    Undersecretary of the Navy. But Watklns wrote to :ver
    bers of. the Senate, demanding that' the brother 'of"1 I
    heated opponent be barred from a tedious job witr aI
    .committee. ,
    ST.;ILAWgENCE SEAWAY. ,
    The long, litter -battle for the Lat.wrence.. e
    an. unerpcted ba0kstage bobft thee other da&y
    portly congressman. Clarence Brown, a friend tof
    a power among House Republicans.. .
    Though Brown may help turn the tie tide in favor
    Important project, he made no bones: about h4-194
    passed out word among Replublicns that Repub l5
    interested in the St. Lawrence seaway. because It
    transportation costs for its Labrador to Republic St-el, i
    of Republic's big campaign contributions.
    C A a result of Brown's wire pulling, the Houtae Puti
    Committee delayed a final vote on he St. Lawretce
    behind closed doors. Reason for the delay was to -ws
    ngressmen Tom Pickett of Texas and Robert ecereItB
    o opponents of' the 'seaway, Could be shifted away er
    Public Works ,Committee.
    WASHINGTON PIPELINE
    Housing Exprditer Tighe Woods is clamping rent-l
    on Presque Isle today, but, under the present weak.ti
    lacks authority to control' rents, in the two-most icrOd4e
    In the country-Wichita, Kansas,. and San, Degb, 0Calf
    China lobby is' preparing a new smearattack-this
    against,- the Agriculture/, Department. The opening ftlast
    a book on alleged Communist Infiltration in Agricultute
    ten by Robert Cruse, McMands, with the' backing of
    Kohlberg... The American people might be misled by ,'
    Force's victories victories over the Russian Mlg-s
    The truth' 4, the Mig-I5 is Just as good, or'better,.
    own jet fighters. However, we have been using- only r
    in Korea-above the average that would be available 'I
    of an all-out aerial war... U.S. airplane'production is 1j
    glnninz to catch up with our air losses in Korea. So6.
    Air Force has lost more than 600 planes in Korea-.
    combat, half i. accidents. Last month alone, the A4r
    lost Superfortresses at the rate of one a week. This
    serious thaq B-29 missions actually were curtailed.
    (Cpyigt, 1M51. By The Bell Syndicate. l;c.)


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    Via Easpaa No. 121


    1, JULIO 23, 1951


    CINCU C


    "Iusia trata de someter al mundo median





    Sel chantaie declara el Presidente Truma


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    Muri6 hoy Petain


    R.edbi6 los mayores honorees de Francia y muri6
    gaOndensdo como traiLor a su Patria
    S, el Geberno y debido a la o-
    tual crisis, Petanls tedre i quo
    ar enterrado en oasth pequeoa
    Ila duranteo al an i emp.
    El eMariscal de Franela se-
    ri ont rado ecn suuniforme
    do MauKlal yoen =m pecho se-
    rA e oloade la ms alls con-
    decorael6n de Franela, Ia "Me-
    dlala Mlitar" que le fue con-
    feuid peor s destaeada aetus-
    l6 n on Ia batalla de Verdin.
    Petain muri6 a as 9:2 do
    ka mama de hey bn el eoast-
    to hospital que ls fee destina-
    d sdo m eta is[a, dent del cualn
    me habla coloeado ys an ba-
    rateo stad negro. Al viejo ex-
    Marisecal i acompa6 hast&. I
    ultimo u spposa Madame Eu-
    ... gee Hardip Petail.
    Proan a He 23. La tumba de Pain ar &
    El ox-Ma lI Henri mareada con uns 1 da que no
    POWEt.R, d4 Maoe. do ilevair el titulo del Marliesa,
    2. roo I Js de t rimme Ime-sine quo simplement. d i r a
    iUndialido 0 ev Ifutia y "e..K arlippme-PetAln".
    dm.emao come tidor en I&a Petain n'acI l 3 de abril
    Iguerra lUndial, mu- de 1856 en ia pequefa Villa de
    1 a el exille en e sta pegue- Cauchy-la-Tour al Norte de
    dp isa del AtlAntieo. Francla. Aunque bhljo de cam-
    AOnad.s de Petain han pemluee umides, retainn rel.?
    pw permite pars anterrarb6 leeI mAs granles bonores
    l"ohrae de Verdihn" entire sus quo ou patriL ha otorgado, mu-
    :WMIsdos en Is eludad de Ver- riltdo son 'I estigma de tral-
    da. f 81n embargo, ya que easm dot .a esa isma patria.
    el66, debernI ser tomada, per IPan a la PAruna b olumna 7W
    . .. ,


    End R terio de Hacienda

    y Zu....e .iieroaNvuo.

    ONO.nIlaaa dey
    dir hies d ael y cate a en la aub-direcli6n
    UNDr o hlso la maflad de del Impuesto sob la Rent..
    IMy lo s algu tes nombrainjen- Alberto Velisqmz, Reoauda-
    to: deor Distrltortal 4 Rentas In-
    Artculo: .mtco: Hicense. Io ternaa en Pedanf
    aIientes no: bramlentos en is Juan B. Rolo RecaUdador
    Adnlnltraclbn General de Ren- Becciosal de Restas Internas,
    tU Interna: n OGuararI.
    Ndmbranse Inapectores de VI- -Ricaurte Vargw, Recaudador
    gluncta Fiscal a los seftores: 1 Drtorlal de Rentas Interna,
    ENr to Testa e Audulce.
    an Barrera Roa Oon Alez, Archvera. de
    Uan A. Madrid la. categoria en Rentas Inter-
    Urneato Morales nas. /
    Manuel Alzamora Ceclia Alvarez, AMdltor Au-
    Antonino Oasis xfiar eon la Direccl6n del Im-
    Florencio Jaime Undo puesto sobre la Rents.
    Leopoldo Arosemena Nilsa Dutari de Lasso, Ofl-
    altolome Maffla clal de segunda categoria en
    Alfredo Fernandez la Dlreccl6n del Imnpuesto,. o-
    Juan B. ArJona bre la Rents. :
    --- Adin PFicet, Inspector de A-
    Auarora 01, expendedora de duana de 2a. categoria.
    Bnpresoe Oficiales. Adolfo Font Rudn, Inspector
    Apn Julia L6pez, r i tengra- de Vigllancla Fiscal.
    fa-Secretaria del Impuesto so- CloUlt e McKay, osel4a de 2a.
    bre.Inmunebles y oatastro. categoria en Is seccfin Primera,
    i1lia del C. Mata,- Mecan6- Adminlatrativa del Minlaterio.
    graua en la BScl6n de Re- Adolfo Murillo, Recaudador
    ceptorla. Distrltorial en Santiago.
    Graciela Terrlentes, ayudan- Jesa Benavldes, Aministra-
    -o 4e Contralor de Patrones en dor Provipcial de Rentas In-
    Ia Dlreccl6n del Impuesto so- ternas en Veraguas.'
    bre Ia & enta. Josetlna 8. vluda de Esclo-
    V1lma-Jinenez, oficlal de la. (Pas I PaM a Vel 41


    Em edio de grand pompa pero

    sin incidentes se enterro a

    Abdullah en la nana de hoy
    LaU Legion Arabe patrull6 las calls de Amman
    I ns fronteas de Jordania para mantener una
    estricta seguridad durante. las ceremonies


    AMMAN, Julio 23 (UP) .El
    Rey, Abdullah, quien fud ase.:-
    uado en la vieja ciudad de ie-
    >.?rusan el viernes, fu6 aseslna.-
    do An medio de una gran pom-
    L Asistleron al entlerro del
    Rey bdulah los principes 3Ael
    Medio Oriente y los dipomati-
    s del cidente.
    L Laegin Arabe patruIl I as
    SeAlH de lI capital y Lasfroa-
    tera- de la naclon pars manto-
    ner una stricta segurldad cu-
    rants el epello del Rey aacl-
    nado. Sin embargo, no ocurrie-
    .3n Incidmntes durante las co-
    Temonlas.
    l3'entierro.tuvo lugar en el
    Puflog Raghdan y un cann
    M-"o disparlndo a Intervalos
    -4a mI u nto hasta qua eo a-
    JdUt S6 baado al aepulcro. In
    V isame disparen 21 cafeo-
    fl su eado el mpulero f fe
    I atformado que la Poll-
    S. niaha u-n- a
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    wm e6. Arey es
    fUlimwdelvr


    Presfara la Caja de Seguro el dinero

    para construir el Liceo de Senoritas
    Con el objete de disentuUr forms come ha do ftnanelarse Ia construcci6n del Liceo
    doe Seorilta en los terrenim de- PaitillUa, me efeetu sta maflana una Importante reunion en
    'a Gerencia del Segure Social. ease de aprobarse el *I proy la Caja prestaria el dinero
    a base dhipoteca sobre las tuenos do Paltills y garanta subaldlaria sobre los que actual-
    monte poee el Lloeo en La xpoesiel6n.
    Estuvieron presents el IJs. Manuel Soelis P., Gerente de la Caja doe Seguro Social: el
    Arqulteeto Ricardo Bermades, Ministro de Educacln; el sefi Carilos Caladillla, Sub-gerente
    del Seauro; el Lie. Rodrigo Aragemena, Abogado Conaultor del Seiuro Soelal; el Lie. Guiller-
    me Anmaya Secretario General de la Caja de Seluro Socal; el Arqulteeto de Obrai Publi-
    cas. selor Ernesto deo la Guardia II, y una nutrida repreomtaci6n de alumnas del Liceo do
    SeAoritas.
    La obra constarh de trei edflicois y par lo pronto so ha deeldido concentrar los es-
    fuersco en Ia construocl6n del edifleo principal eon el objeto de ver al eas posble que el
    1oL de Mayo pr6zlme ya puedap trasladarse alU los alumne que estin en el local actual.
    Deapu6s de diaculir la form mai convenlont@ ao d@oldi6 qu Obras Publicas comen-
    sar a haeer Ia limoplez del trreno y loi cimlentoe doe I obra, ya qu ase dispone de una
    parti-s de lden mil balboas (BA 10,000.00) en el presupuesto presentado par Obras Publicas.
    So abrir ia l Ueltae6n a base d ls fon de quo uminlitre la Caja de Seguro Social.
    La comlsion del -Lieeo do Sefiorltas presentar& al Ministro de Eduaecl6n un estudlo
    detallado del cost mis a menoe-aproximado de la obra, y Ia propuesla que me har a la
    Cala de BSeuro Social para s easiderael6n.
    La Junta Directiva de Is Caja de Segur o Secial sImts I propuesta que me Ie present
    y las condlelones finanelerak de Is Instituei6n, deeldira sobre mu aprobacl6n.


    Las conferencias sobre el cese


    del fuego continua'an mafiana


    Lot negocladores

    alad os legaron

    a iaesong hoy


    BAM DE AVANZADA. Coiea
    Julio 33 (UP) .,vLos negMlaao-
    rem de las NoMnme Unldaa. jja-
    ra 0 coM #- fueog rodaron
    . a, bu e. q f td e 4o11K-
    adfto I ac Indloa qft uo I;T '
    iWWt Me rojee ceaMAen
    - -bft il retire *d
    Sextranjera de Go ,a
    1 Vice-AlmUnente C. Turnr
    Joy y loa otrom cuatro mlembica
    de la delegacl6n allad a jegaon
    a 6sts base de avanzada en cin
    co heic6pteros deide Seul pars
    alistame para la novena remui6n
    con low comunistas.
    Las eonferenclas fueron InLe-
    rrumplds el sibado declarar-
    dose un receso de las mismau
    basta loI 11 de la mafiana del
    mircoloe (9 de IsL noche Cie
    martes, bora local) para dlarle
    tempo a los rojoa para recunsi-
    derar el rechazo alladoe a la
    peticl6n comuniata de que se
    retiren las tropas extranjeras
    de Cores.


    El AlmLrante Joy accedi6 al
    receso pet dijo que la delega-
    cion de la1 Naclones Unidas es-
    taba lists -pars reanudar les
    conVersaclones antes ai lose c-
    munistas uai lo deseaban.
    El portavoz comunista en
    Hong Kong, el peri6dico 'Ta
    Kung Pao" dli6 a entender que
    cs possible que los comunisus
    i etiren -sum demands sobrc el
    retire de "tropas extranjeras"
    de Corea como condlcl6n del Ar-
    misticlo. El periodico dijo que
    los comunistas no dejarin que
    las negoclaclones fracasen por
    dste punto clave.


    Mientras tanto, las Conunics-
    ciones con Kaesong se mantle-
    nen ablertas en las peras de uo-,
    ticias de los negociadores comnu-
    nistas quea indiquen que se n-
    cuentran lstos para reanuciar
    lau conversariones. Los oficir a
    del Cuerpo de d efiales del Ejer-
    cite revisan las lines cada l -
    ra pars estar seguros de que
    dstas se mantienen en buen es-
    Lado.
    Joy regret6 a Tokfi el Mba-
    *o en la noche despu6s de tor-
    minada la octava reunti6n para
    conferenclar con el OGeneral
    Ridgway, regresandp a la bse
    de avanzada de Kaftoagoy..
    A rmwna wrn ubb&


    Susp ndese pago del impuesto

    Sobre la rnta en la Zona
    WASHINGTON, Julio 23. -(UP)- El
    president Truman aprob6 hoy la. Reso*uci6n
    384 eliminando el pago retroactive' de impues-
    b_ s obre la rents par el. a& de 1950 a los
    MMM 'a" del Goaher -nafamercano que
    t, aJaii en l. poaesiones do los EE. UU.
    :p zona del CanaL
    El Congress de los Estados Unidos apro-
    b6 la resoluci6n presentada por el representan-
    to Daniel Reed el 30 de Junio. Esta resolucion
    fe. luego aprobada por el Senado sin dificultad
    alguna.
    Esta nueva ley fija la fecha tasabje de
    impuestos a la renta percibida desde el 31 de
    Diclembre de 1950 en vez de Diciembre 31 de
    1949.
    NOTA DE LA REDACCION:-La aproba-
    ci6n de esta nueva ley de los Estados Unidos
    significa para los empleados de al Zona del
    Canal que tendran por lo menos $10,000,000
    que podrin gastar en otros nienesteres en vez
    de pagar impuestos.


    Gran Breta na organize la

    produccion de armamentos de

    today clase manifesto Attlee
    Se destinarin 4,700 millones de libras esterlinas
    para la Real Fuerza Airea


    LONDRES, Julio 23 (UP) El
    Primer Ministro Clement Attl-e
    aijo que Gran Bretana esta or-
    ganizando 14 producclon en ma-
    sa, do tanques y aviones dei tl-
    Do mas modern. Attlee hizo til
    deciaraclfn en un mitin de i.i-
    nero en Durham.
    El Primer auustro expjrebo
    que se est a umlnistrando a la
    Real Fuesma A6rea "un nu'mcro
    considerable de aeroplanos" c'j-
    mo plarte del plan trienal pur
    4,70 mllonuA oe llbras esterli-
    'nau rWa las fuerzas armada..
    AnMa ,quoe "se ha sugezdio
    que nuestro plan de rearne es
    demasiado 'ampllo y carece de


    Todo Haiti celebr6
    ~l inuleaio del '


    ,mph 1.aipsey comunbts pom mamdrrw ._
    delS dnfm a narorl
    El Gr William 0. Arey Jr.. nue- aI -- *- iana Jta.o.. io
    vo Jefe del erviclo de Informa- DUnmn UTO 6PRINCIPE,. Julio 23
    cl6n de la EmbaJada de Eatados Tido Haiti celebro el
    Unldos en Panama eg6 C- BERLIN, Julio 23 (UP)-Once umewlsos del Presidente '-.ul
    l ota mafana a=oma=;do milembros del rupa comunista Ma Los hombres de ne-
    per su 7Qa y doe nioles. "Juventud Libr Alemana" fua- 8o camorclantea la regauij-
    a Or. Aire n ocuaba el rI olon a IPreid nts una estacun
    S 6i3n Ismrraada fde Popular en *l Mw ordlaoetae4l iMpo de de 3 B 3 r
    E Unmcdoa n oDgo, tim. Berlin par baU@.r 1 "boogle- lSe tep. Is quo califIcan deo
    plara al Sr. romph J. Demp- woogle" norteamorleano dan'- bms SatracetI del Proealdrte
    y, qu n a va de vacacines y te una flouNtS. bul N I lida en
    .eL. L .ladoa Dee funcleariI e mzmt U Is normaildad en
    s Air.Ie dijeron a M ym1im qua eeo uaMe a 1Is eitica ituaci6n
    'esple eA parMeran d idznoararr n aat Dfra 1f PM el anfIolmo de
    La osa del 8r. Dempsey par- barbirlwn entmrado an af t h tednd p r el Oo d
    rai para Estdos UWla a sum l Polcias poaa r a bS a I*M.
    cuatro nitoe per a via area el funclonarlos. areotando a gA T lo negocios contrlLu-
    js.evm enaI~s da, y elOr. I6vnes a eUsr de l a rotots AS pra doe aIc.-
    DMep a Sde oagnto. Ipgeneral, MM _


    bases racionales. Lo que hare-
    mos es lo que consideramos ab-
    rolutamente n e c esario para
    nuestra contribution a las tuer-
    sza de la paz'.
    El Ministry de Relaciones Ex-
    t.riores, Herbert Morrlson, q ien
    tamblen hablo en el mltin, ailr-
    n6 que Gran Breta ha ha tni-
    do que armanrse porque Ru.la
    se estA apoderando de un pals
    trash otro. SIgui6 diciendo que
    Gran Bretafla prestarA a Su-
    goeslavia 10 millones de libtir
    sterlinas pars ayudarla a l
    ventar la situacl6n que le ha
    c(eado la pdrdida de sus mer-
    cados en Europa Oriental.


    Electo president

    de Portugal ayer


    F. Cabreiro L6pez
    LISBOA, Jullo 23 (UP) El
    General Francisco Higinto C.'a-
    'ielro L6pez, de 57 afos de edad.
    fui electo Prealdente do Por-
    tugal en unas eleeilons emn qua
    *I fud el nilco candidato.
    Craveiro Lopes Uen el apoao
    uIel Premier Antonio de Olivdr
    Salaar. El candidate de poi-
    cl6n, Almirante Manuel Quinta-
    ia Merelis a e reUir6 de ia cBn
    Ie nda cando no se Ie brin,a-
    ron garantias.
    l Goblerno aninel6 que el 7I
    por elento de la poblaein skA
    AIral fua a la urnu. *


    Se le brindari un

    agasajo maana al

    Sr. J. J. Dempsey
    Un agasajo de dispedlda se
    le brindari madfana a las Ft
    de la noche en el local de La
    Masia al seflor Joseph J. Demp-
    sey, jefe del Departamento de
    Relaciones P blicas de la Em-
    bajada do loa Eatados Unidos.
    qule ha iido trasladado a la
    Argentina.
    Los perlodslatas de Panama,
    el Club de Espoaa deo os Pe
    riodistas y el Comit6 Nacional
    pro-bibliotecas brindarAn el a-
    gasajo al d&itinguldo diplomA-
    tico.
    Loe interesadon en asistir a
    este agasajo pueden ponerse en
    contact oIn los seftores Gali-
    leo Patiflo. en la Biblioteca Na-
    clonal: Leopoldo Moreno A., en
    "La Estrella de PanamA"; Ariel
    Castro, en "El Pais"; Raflel Pe-
    ralts Ortega. en "La Hora'; Da-
    niel Jacinto Fuentes. en 'La Na-
    cl6n' y R=iardo A. Lince. en "El
    Panama America".

    La Fiscalia exige

    la presentacion de

    various concejales
    Fuirnom Informados por el Fis-
    cal Primero del Circulto que la
    Flcalla bajo sus 6rdenes ha pe-
    dido a la Pollcia Naclonal se
    alrva presenter a ese despacho
    con el fin de practlcar unas dl-
    Sigenclas a Ioe aigulentes Conce-
    lale= : Angel Beverino. fmrnando
    Stadle. David Abad Jr.. Sergio
    T. Rivera, Jorge E. Morialm. Juan
    Vatet. Lul ,A. JBraca y Her-


    #Mri' atropellado

    un campesino esta

    mia. en Tocumen


    El agricultor panamefleo Fran-
    cisco Calderon result muerto
    eata malana a las cinco, fren-
    te a la Lecheria Ameglio, en La
    Carretera a Tocumen al ser
    atropellado por una camloneta
    de la Compafiia de Aviacl6n
    Braniff que transitaba rumba
    a esta ciudad e iba conducida
    por el senior Ouillermo Oaff,
    Jefo de Operaclones de la men-
    cionada Compafia.
    De acuerdo con version dada
    a la prensa en fuentes de cre-
    dito el echo sucedl6 cuando
    Francisco Calder6n se baj6 de
    un autobus que Iba para Tocu-
    men y cruzo la carretera de-
    trat del vehiculo que mantenia
    lan luces. fuertes ncendidas. El
    conductor de la camloneta
    qud6 encandllado por las luces
    y tropell6 a Calder6n. Como
    consecuencia del Impacto se
    vol a corta distancia. '
    I Fiscal Primero del Circulto
    Pasa a la lapa. 8. Col. 6)

    Caso de sulcidlo

    y una tentative

    se registraron hoy


    El joven Gonzalo Pinto, de
    20 aflos de edad, se suicid6 esta
    mafiana por "encontrarse abu-
    !rldo de la vida".
    X 1 joven Pinto fue recibldo
    m estado inconsciente en el
    Upepital Santo Tomais, donde
    fli tratado por el Dr. Succar
    y. se encontr6 que habia inge-
    rido aeldo f6nico.
    ,ju6 trasladado a la sala 3
    dende mur6 horas despues.
    El senior Segundo Camacho,
    *4 34 asois de edad y resident
    en la Avenida Central 34, tra-
    t6 de auicidarse ayer domingo
    An la noche, segin versions
    dpdas a la prensa por la oficina
    S nvestigaclones de- la Policia
    lcreta Naclonal.
    El seflor Camacho fue Uevado
    el Hospital Santo TomAs a las
    .3 de la madrugada de hoy,
    i*ando su compafero de cuarto
    NUtfic6 a la Pollcia Secrets
    d1W hecho ocurrldo.
    Segun declaraecones del com-
    paflero del seflor Camacho, este
    Wtirmo trati de sulcidarse con
    cuchillo de carnicero, ente-
    arandoselo en e] pecho.
    ...Hasta el moment de cerrar
    nuestro perl6dico, el se-
    Pr Camacho no habia rendido
    laratoria 3 Pe ignorant las
    us e lo dlevaron a esta
    "*termlnacl6n.


    Es necesario que las fuerzl

    combinadas sean tan fuerts

    que no puedan ser destrufda. r
    El President de los Estados Unidos hizo estas
    claraciones en su informed econ6mico dado
    al Congress _
    WASHINGTON, Julio 23 (UP) El Presidente TWru u
    man acus6 a Rusia de haber trazado un plan militpr Ip|w;
    go plazo para $ometer al mundo libre mediante ae "lm .
    taje" y advirti6 quo Estodos Unidos quiz6s tonga qu*
    aumentar su proyectada fuerza military.
    Truman dijo on su informed econ6mico de mediadoe i
    aofo al Congreso que "es necesario lograr que Ia fuevma
    combinado de los pueblos libres sea tan grande quo ningi
    agresor puedo destruir la libertad del mundo".
    El President subroy6 la importancia quo tione In.
    ayuda militor de Estados Unides a sus aliados y Il do j
    recursos de los poises libres on la gesti6n defensive .
    todos ollos. "Seria un desastre military para nosotros", dijng
    "que esos recursos cayeran bajo dominaci6n hostir'.


    Al describlr el program de
    defense com 'una gestl6n a
    largo plazo", Truman dijo al
    Congress io sloliente:
    '"El fortaleclmlento military do
    la Unl6n SovlItica que ha con-
    tinuado desde 1945 no perslgue
    otro objOivo que el de someter
    al mundo llbre a la domina-
    cl6n comunista medlante el
    chantaje. 0, ml el mundo llbre
    carece de la fuerza o determl-
    nacl6n pam evitarlo, el prop6-
    ilto es conqulstar a sus Inte-
    grantes une a uno. Eata es una
    amenaza blsica a nuestro pals
    y a todos los pains llbres del
    =undo. No podr op tenor paz
    a mesnos ae l; m as
    amenazs.
    'Dqbemos recorlar lempre
    qu* lusprialksS Bovidtlcos
    Big i on Implscablemente un
    plan a largo plazo. Sus ticti-
    cas cambian peroe u estrategla,
    em clara y persnltente. Esa es-
    trat'-la consist en tantear los
    puzntos dbltles en la fuerza o el


    estado de Animo de los puebIop
    libres, y sl pueden enmontrTat
    un punto debll, dar otro golp6M
    Tenemos que tomar en euezt
    no Import lo que suceda an
    Corea, lo que eati sucedientdo
    en IrAn, en las fronterasa do
    Yugoealavia, en Indochina 7
    abre todo, 1o que sabemow qoe
    emti sucediendo dentro de A
    propla Unl6n Bovldtia. XA
    principal peligro pars lsa paI
    mundial part de os dia m .'tl
    Sovldticos, de la creciento fudi ra
    as military a su dlspoodtdn. I
    de su probrada diapocm a ,
    hacer uso .de la awI M,.hIEt.
    worar Isus fine." .
    uAhoralime, pst'
    estamO. revsando Ns

    ol^--qu l ono que a00 M
    tarlM en varlom alpatiMp
    portantes. -,T
    "Es evidente ahors, ml ,.
    sar nuestra altuacln etrat
    (Pan .Ini Pm a Col. s


    Con gran pompa se inaugural

    mariana en Col6n la estatua

    del Libertador de Amdrica


    La Delegaci6n Venezolana que viene a este act6
    present credenciales esta mafiana .
    En la maflana de hoy pre- gulendo luego los demAs data-
    sent6 credenciales la Delega- lies protocolares.
    cl6n Venezolana quo viene a Ila Programa de los acts que af
    lnauguracl6n de la estatua de desarrollarin durante los dias34
    81m6n Bolivar en la cludad de 25 y 26 de los corrientes an ae
    Col6n. ta cludad y en Ja de Colon c
    Estuvieron presents en este mnotivo de la celebraci6n dcl E.A
    actor, el Presidente de la Re- nilversarlo del nacilmento del
    publics, don Alcibiades Arose- Libertador y en los actoa de i&
    nena, los Ministros de Escado entirea de la estatua de BO i W
    y altos funcionarlos de la Pre- la Municipaildad colonenu:
    sidencia de la Reputblica.
    ACTORS EN PANAMA
    La Delegacion Venezolana 11 DIA 23
    escoltada por un escuadron
    la Policia Naclonal, e hizo Visita de la Delegaci6n al l.-
    entrada al Palaclo a los scar- ,lentisimo senior Minlitro
    des del Himno Nacional, acorn- Relaclones Exterlores.
    panada por el Director del Presentacl6n de CredOncloIM
    Protocolo. "M.dj d cn.
    El President de la Delega- aExcelntisimo e.t
    cl6n Venezolana hizo entrega cente de I Repufilca. ..
    de las cartas credenciales al Vista a los Honorable& se6o
    Presidente de la Republics, si- (Pass a ia rit. Co 3


    Un avion especial conducira

    el cadaver del Almirante F.

    Sherman a Estados Unidos
    Su esposa declare: "Mi esposo muri6 como hWbk.
    vivido, con valor." "Muri6,-dijo- de cansandte
    y exceso de trabajo."


    NAPOLES, Julio 23 (UP)-Se
    hin impartido instrucciones pa
    ra que un avl6n especial con-
    dusca el cadaver del Almirante
    Forrest P. Sherman, Jefe del
    Estado Maytr Naval de Estados
    Unidos, a ese pals para recibir
    los honors correspondientes a
    su alto cargo. Be espera que el
    avi6n con el cuerpo del Almi-
    rante Sherman Ilegue a Wash-
    ington mafans martes.
    Sherman, de 54 siaos de edad,
    murI6 deo trombosIs coronaria
    er. los brazos de su esposa en
    su apartamentc del Hotel Ex-
    celsior ayer domingo.
    El Almirante Sherman aufri6
    un staque cardiac en la ma-
    fana, sufrlendo el segundo y
    frFtl ataque horas mis tarde.
    A1 eoarpe del Almirantoe tuj


    traslaladado al barco intAgatE
    del Almirante Robert B. CabL
    ney, Comandante de las fuIers-
    del Pacto del Atlantico n ,
    sur-este de Europa. I
    La esposa del Almirante -s
    vo en el barco 'Mt. OIymp-UP
    durante dos horas Junto al .9-
    diver do su esposo, regreand
    a Estados Unidos por Ula vI
    area. La sefiora de o k*
    aeclard: "Ml esposo I
    como habia vls>do-ZV _I
    Muri6 de casmnaa yo y
    de trabiJjo".
    El Ministro de
    teriores de topafk,
    Martin Artajo dijo a we
    distas en Madrid quo MI
    versaciones inicladas W-ig
    nran con respect a la -
    entre Espafla y Estadw
    'continuarin los ual


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    -OS PRECIOUS EN ALGUNOS PRODUCTS


    AGRICOLAS
    S ...,pa multiples los aspects del problema de la
    agriculture panamefia, la cual necesita, fundamen-
    talmehte, un estimulo apreciable para un adecuado
    desarrollo. Dentro de cualquier plan que tenga por
    objeto alentar a los agricultores del pais tendria
    que figuiar, en primera line, la cuesti6n de la es-
    tabilidad de los precious.
    Es innegable que, hasta el moment, salvo ra-
    ras excepciones, el agricultor se ha encontrado con
    el serio inconvenient de no saber cuil serA el pre-
    cio de sus products en el mercado al tiempo de la
    cosecha. Como consecuencia de 6sto no son pocos
    los casos de pirdidas y, sobre todo, de abstencio-
    nes considerable en las siembras.
    El asunto de la estabilidad en los precious de
    products agricolas tiene muchas facetas y, algu-
    -nas veces, puede presentar ciertas dificultades. Sin
    embargo, en aquellos granos que estan dentro de
    las operaciones del Banco Agropecuario, se simpli-
    fica el problema por cuanto esta instituci6n del Es--
    tado podria dictar las medidas mas prudentes pa-
    ra anunciar con anticipaci6n relative el precio que
    pagara por los articulos aludidos.
    Es bastante fdcil que el Banco advierta a los
    agricultores y comerciantes, previous los studios
    pertinentes, el precio de los granos cuyo cultivo
    esti dentro de plazos cortos, como por ejemplo el
    arroz que tarda, aproximadamente, cuatro meses
    y el maiz que necesita solamente tres.
    Si se lograra, como norma permanent, la fija-
    ci6n de los precious los agricultores sabrian a que
    atenerse, lo mismo que los comerciantes. De esta
    manera se lograria un aliciente orientador para los
    que siembran y una especie de antidote para cual-
    quier especulador.
    Como es sabido, en arios anteriores, por falta
    de esa estabilidad en los precious, se ha dado el
    caso de pequefios agricultores que, al moment de
    cosechar, no saben cuil seri el precio de sus pro-
    ductos y esa incertidumbre ha sido aprovechada
    por los especuladores en el sentido de que ellos se
    tbresentan ante el campesino generalmente y le ofre-
    cen comprarle su pequefia cosecha a un precio su-
    mamente bajo. FAcil es comprender que si el Ban-
    co Agropecuario sefialara con anticipaci6n el va-
    ) lot de los products agricolas que estin dentrq de
    sue actividades, ello acabaria con el poJigro men-
    cioasdeo


    El resurgimiento del Japon

    como aliado de las Naciones

    Unidas es temido por Rusia


    Por Gault MacGowan
    (NANA)
    hEIDELBERG, julio 23. (EPS)
    La inclinaci6n de los co-
    munlstas a negociar en la Co-
    rea, segun .se informa en el
    / cartel general de las fuerzts
    borteamericanas en esta ciudad,
    a debe en parte a la decision
    tomada por Moscu de abando-
    nar la aventura coreana por in-
    fructuosa y a los temores chi-
    nos de que la contiauaci6n de
    Sla guerra pueda llevar a un
    resurgimlento del poderio japo-
    fns allado con el Occidente.
    Chou En-lai, ministry de Re-
    laclones Exteriores de la China,
    le escribi6 a Stalin el 22 de
    Siayo, expresandole sus temo-
    res de que el Occidente se a-
    presurara a concluir un tratado
    de paz con elI Jap6n, en una
    atmidsfera hotil a la China. La
    propuesta de Malik en relaci6n
    emn la conferencia sobre la tre-
    gua fue hecha poco despubs de
    transcurrido un mes de esto.
    Podria contarse con que ei
    Jap6n. unido a las Naciones
    Unidas, podria mantener la paz
    en el Pacifico casi sin ayuda.
    De esto se percat6 primero Mao
    Tae-tung v el Kremlin convino
    . en ello prontamente, ya que
    Puerto Arturo caeria en los pri-
    meros dias dp una guerra ge-
    : neral.
    B Se recuerda aqui que la a-
    ventura coreana empe7o a los
    pocos meses de una conferen-
    i-------


    cia celebrada entrf Mao y Sta-
    lin. La flexibilidacT tactica co-
    munista podria suspenderla con
    la misma prontitud, si ello dl-
    suadiese a los occidentales de
    reclutar el potential human
    japones.
    El Hamburger Echo -"El Eco
    de Hamburgo",- siempre blen
    informado por lo que toca a
    la political comunista, declara
    que la aventura de Corea fue
    auspiciada por Stalin a modo
    de ensayo para ver hasta don-
    de podria Ilegar. "Ahora, gra-
    cias a los Estados Unidos, se ha
    enterado"., comenta "El Eco".
    Die Deutsche Zeitung -"La
    Gaceta Alemana"-, organo de
    Stuttgart en que se puede con-
    flar, sefiala que "el Kremlin no
    vacila en dar por terminada
    una aventura una vez fracasa-
    da 6sta, como qued6 demostra-
    do hace tres afios durante el
    bloqueo de Berlin".
    Die Kassel Post -'El Correo
    de Kassel"- opina que la soli-
    daridad occidekital por lo que
    respect al trafado de paz con
    el Japon, consolidada en gran
    parte por el conflict coreano,
    esta desempefiando un papel
    Principal en los calculos del
    Kremlin. influidos por la es-
    peranza de que no es dema-
    siado tarde para causar un
    cisma en dicha solidaridad. a
    cambio de la paz en el pa-
    ralelo 38.
    Se informna de fuente con-
    fiable que la URSS se encuen-


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    Drew Pearson dice: Los delegados Chinos dominion a sus
    colegas Nor-Coreanos en las conferencias de paz.
    WASHINGTON. He aqu ron que-accedieran en esto. La
    algunos hechos de las come- nspecclbn de los territorlos co-
    renclas paras el cease de fuego munistas estab6n discutlendo
    en Corea: aunque el General sabre Ia locallzacl6n de la zona
    Nam II de Corea del Norte es neutral, el General Ridgway in-
    el portavoz de los comunistas, form a Washington que el no
    el delegado chino, General Tung se retlraria de sus presentespo-
    Hau es quien Ileva la batuta. siclones al Nbrte del Paralelo
    El General Nam II es serio, a- 38, except par& enderezar sus
    gradable y no mira a sus co- lineas... A diterencla de los
    legas en busca de consejo. Sin, dias de MacArthur. las relaclo-
    embargo,- cuando compete un nes entire Ridgway y el Depar-
    error, el General chino Tung tamento de Estado son exce-
    Hau interrumpe y el norcorea- lentes. Los diplormiticos consi-
    no cambia de tema... Cuando deran a Ridgway como un ne-
    el General Nam II rehus6 con- goclador just, y hasta le ca-
    siderar la admission de perlo- blegraflaron que podia exigir el
    distas aliados en las confe- retire de todas las tfopas ro-
    rencias, el General Tung Hau jas de Kaesong -antes de rea-
    saco un papelito de un bol- nudar las negociaciones. El De-
    sillo, y leyo unas cuantas fra- partamento de Estado tambien
    ses. Inmediatamente, el Gene- le envl6 un cable a Ridgway di-
    ral Nam II camb16 de tono... ci6ndole que tenlan complete
    Los negociadores comunistas se conflanza en 61.
    la pasan pidlendo recess. Des- Es obvlo que existe una di-
    pues de dos horas de confe- ferencia entire Pekin y Moscu
    rencias, piden dos horas de re- fespecto a Corea, y el Kremlin
    ceso. Todavia no se sabe a estA mas ansioso de una paz
    clencia cierta si ellos utilizan que los chinos. Despues que
    este tiempo para pedir instruc- Malik hizo su primer oferta
    clones por radio o para cam- de paz, la radio de Pekin se
    biar de ideas. m a n t u v o silenciosa durante
    Aufin durante el desacuerdo cuatro dias, y luego comenzo
    sobre asuntos bAsicos... Lo mis a hablar con cautela... El sub-
    importante, los comunistas ac- Secretario de Relaciones Exte-
    cedleron a que el armisticio riores de Rusla, Andrel Oro-
    fuera supervigilado por juntas myko habl6 franca ente con el
    de Inspecclon. Aquellos que han Embajador de Estados Unidos
    observado las tactics comunis- en Mosc'i, y solo menclon6 a-
    tas durante afios, nunca sofia- suntos militares y no politi-
    cos. La radio china, sin em-
    tra positivamente en plan de bargo,. inmediatamente comen-
    negociar y que el fracaso de z6 a meter la political, 1i asun-
    Stalin en obtener buenos re- to de Formosa y su admlsl6n
    sultados en la conferencla de en las Naclones Unidas...
    delegados de los ministros de El General Ridgway-se en-
    Relaclones Exteriores, celebra- cuentra en una situaci6n inex-
    da en Paris., le ha llevado fi- pugnable si los chinos contra-
    nalmente a darse cuenta de atacan. Pero en caso que haya
    que el decir siempre que no una espera muy latga con el
    y no, que caracterlzaba a la aumento del poderio aereo de
    diplomacia del Kremlin, se ha los chinos, la posicl6n de Ridg-
    convertido en un arma con- way no sera muy buena.


    tra el.
    "Sin embargo, el desconfiar
    de todo lo que haga Moscu
    constitute una reaccidn natu-
    ral de los muchachos escalda-
    dos", dice Die Trier Landzei-
    tung -"La Gaceta del Pais de
    Trier"-, al expresar las espe-
    ranzas de que los diplomati-
    cos de las Naciones Unidas
    mantengan la fuerte position
    que tienen en la actualidad.
    El establecimiento de una
    frontera en el paralelo 38 no
    llevaria a una paz duradera
    al Pacifico, segun se admit
    aqui, "como tampoco las f6-
    rreas colgaduras que actual-
    mente dividen el Oriente del
    Occidente no han traido la paz
    (Pasa a la Paiina 6 Col. 3)



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    to y discutirlo con Isa Cmisi6n doe a Aas*amlea. Naelonal, y al-
    canzar que se e iIntrodujeran refornmas ostaniatoes a beneficio
    del maestro. Tambien consiguio de esta Asamblea-. ue se bota-
    ra una partida para Jubllar an ninero plural de maestros que
    liacia muchos anoe habian cumplide eon exeeos sue ates de ser-
    vicio. Fue M. P. U. quien introdujo en Is Ley el articulo 159,
    que trata de la Comisld6n Permaneante de Kscaa6A .y quo al set
    aprobado, se le sUpriml6 el examen de ereductales a los aspi-
    rantes a vacantes. En todas estas JornadLs relvindlcadoras en
    donde se Jugaban los intereses del laigisterto Naleonal, M. P. U.
    se vi6 casi semupre solo, mis bien so Ie esearneela por muchos
    de sus colegas, pues en estas luchas veiah algunee, sus Intereses
    personales afectados.
    Aprobada la Ley 47 OrgAnica de Edueaei6n, M. P. U. ha lu-
    chado por sostenerla y se ha mantenldo slempre alert para que
    no se le viole. Cuando esto ha ocurrido, M. P. U. ha sido el za-
    pador y sostenedor de los movtmientos de rebeldia doe lo que se
    ban llevado a cabe hasta lograr quo voelt a imperar la Ley y
    el respeto al Esealaf6h en forma deblda.
    Para evitar que se sigan comeentldo vlolaelnes a la Ley,
    M. P. U. hizo un movilmlento ante Is AsIambles Naelonal, para
    que se reformarats el articulo 159 d Ia Ley Orginica. Movlmien-
    to que cont6 con sl eooperaei6n uninime de los Hdnorables Dl-
    putados y se consigul6 que so dietass la Ley 11 del ,6 de Enero
    de 1951. Cuando se ha cometido sigauna Injustlel con algiin
    maestro, se ha gritado blen alto y se ha empleado today clase de
    recursos legales, hasts conseguir que se prepare esa Injustlela, aun
    a costa de los proples interests de los laocdol. Nuestro lema
    ha sido: "Sostener Is Ley Orguica idempre que se hays trata-
    do de violarla'?.
    Cuando problems de carceter Nacional h4n exilfido Is co-
    operaci6n del M. P. U., sate ha respondldo siempre on forma dis-
    ciplinada y gallardaa este Ulamado.
    Maestro Panamefno, plensa, medits, no to dejes engaiar por
    una falsa demagogla, recuerda a qulen viste siempre a la cabe-
    za de todas las luchas por tu mejoramlento. Recuerds que tu
    sueldo actual, to estabilidad y el reconbelanento de tus derechos
    se los debes a M. P. U. Debes votar por su papeleta, la cual to
    gajantiza honradezs y lealtad a los principles de nuestra profe-
    sion.
    Vota por Raquel Cohen, eandidata doe las provincial centra-
    les. Elidia Wong, candidate de la provincla de Panama. Rubl de
    Ospina, de la provincia de Colo6n. Estas come principals.
    Como suplentes por Olivia Lay, por Amalla C. de Chiarl, y


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    turA del "U.tnM g& o- 4 0 1'
    preoceups -,A .I1-.ske" .
    All i dAmn caontO.de qu las vIoladWi comet ds

    un balbop. bWo Twt* . rmSaa AnA
    cls do iBtnetanfb noradoa on o do feuiv v en do
    O,OO.o0), god~a )m l uales me corresonzade-. I aoumdo
    con convenlo celbadomatre Tascn y nrt.
    do; que en eve mi mo doumento dtf tra P-'.' de Igo
    B/7"0.00 par& Iarca acsre (?) a tom rwM t eis lata
    ofeccl nada ate il par Ipuacio hpms C '. quo ms6 pMi-
    eada en copla, Mo t1os, ar in "Li nomo del "Me
    que ese efilor reelama de TRac6n. por ami hotoirjos doeabogdo.
    Y eatoy seguro que al leer el expedient denuncia loa mismoS
    Maglatradbs de to Contencloso Administratlvo ustlfearfa tn modo
    de actuar en etoe saunto y mi desea porque nL s Ile d6 lug a an
    caso done esth en juego suma apreciable do dilero que me perte-
    nece, de la que pricticamente se me ha despojado 7 adesl" el
    juzgamlento de infractore e legaleL.
    Qulero que loes eflorea Mag ltrados sepan, at ow me eosca,
    que soy navlero y comerclante de reconocldo prestigio en-la pla;
    que inicid esa acci6n contra la illiot pprque, cuando adverti quo
    esa Companft preteadia arrulnarme en ml comerclo por nmeao
    de una competencia ruinoba e investlga asu aaqas, me di buenta
    de que la competencla deslear partly de ota enoram ventajag qqo
    le traia a la Compaftia el no pago de impuesto de muellaje, etc.,
    que todoe losnavleros siempre heons pagado.
    Y que aile pedi a ROpERTO TA806 GUTI3RfRM lcra elc
    papel de denunclante, no lo hice para eeosnderm Pe a na cbr-
    tma de humo en mis luchas, sino como a=to Wenerow de oi prte
    iin6a I referldo Tawc6n, a quien consideraba un 'l~ 7y o vela
    en la mierla. Prueba de ello ea que mia luchiag oontr Ia la (fue
    ron de front: que yo personalmnnte repartia hoh suseltU, sn
    en Hacienda, en momentous ean que TAwa6n presentaba loe moeo-
    rialea del caw Mlliot; que en todos pat*e me me coildidb"..doe
    el denunclante de la Elliot; quo personalmente reparta mi dine-
    roe en la campafia y que cuando hubd que luchar en a AIM e-ub
    lo hice de frente, Io quoe lea consta a 1d M.D. duil61a,de Io IO ,
    Chang Ortlz y Olmedo FAbrega.

    [d. 28-31M 1

    per Rerellia 0. MontUIa.
    Puedes tener la seguridad doe ue estoe eduaeadore defeade-
    rtin tse dereehMs es coal fuee to fiisaci6n politisa, alemre uo
    toe aeOmpaAse la jIstle ea tun atpira eones. llts hea nrad,
    Insobrnable, eonocen sue deberes, hah ayudado a setoner ta
    Ley, vets per ellas.
    MAGISTERIO PANAMEA O JNIDO.


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    Dr. GqaM W.'Ombdq Jt. Bphvy
    Deupa de hbaer termItmad -.M! t0 Egtades Unides,
    emouatI m tomst ,anIs- le hemanes Earl
    Oph .Dr s amW. '
    'a=Vo ee A atTs Irado
    de Meleft.n mIa c de bJ
    medle. eeyiieaiida aMtge" ^w to. ital topiptal
    $ *I Comnty IIdtol ow, 16A,*N) i,- :4qm(.btu-
    Os an diotorade en NJ soa. wjAMp Qh *i6 m
    Int"mo naa d Hepltte6ISata 6nI e uta M69)r1, Ca-
    "-. A .A1 Ai IstmB, el Dr. dwmphu.w o.rt *ea el HsHpl-
    tat lits ejad de lismai .uepMIqi neceqprsjes paras
    Ue MR b a min aestre '
    KR 2UfYarl Omphroy, reelb6i l tit t"le Bachilr en Ar-.
    te y Admhistrael6f P6bliea esao nel Vn i Coflks de Ang-
    win. CaliforMla. A so nleada a fIp-a. ..stami wrveleom en
    la firma "SeMile de Autes Omphro" a M le sseri enesamina
    do ea Isa ida doe lo neroiles per IJ I C. W. Omphroy
    Sy el sr. Eauardo Lanua, eontrato de 4pa. W
    Flleletmos.A Le bnrmanos Oamhre Pnfo lI expos obteni-
    doe en sue estudies y lees dseam esimabchr tWs a en sum dl-
    ferentes actividedles.

    Fuerza a.rtiga a a td

    lo largo del teln de hierro

    sera la Polcia de Alemania
    Se trata de establecer un h .atid. demnoCatico en
    el Rhin y en el Panup
    Peor Gault MacGowan do saf qude el gobierio do Ale-
    (NANA) mkrda occidental olttrble apro-
    Sxlmadamrente la -nitad de su
    territorio.


    BON, julio 23. (EPS). Los
    Voceroa del golerno aleman
    eonaideran ia ado i de "cen-
    tratos de $egurldad" con las ha-
    tiones anticomunistas coma el
    proximo paso pars establecer
    an basti6n democratico en el
    Rin y el Danublo.
    La prop t. ganida de
    fina policia, mllitar de Alema-
    tia Orierital, permitirA al go-
    hlierno de BOnn asumlr la de-
    'fensa de los extensos territo-
    4los ahora ocupados por e ca,
    Uas fuerzas britAntMe*a f ce-
    y norteamericanas.
    A pesar de la declaraci6n he-

    Codngreso norteamericano, sobre
    Is terminacton del aeadeo de
    duerra con Alemania, la ocu-
    paci6n no ha termina4d. Pero
    me espera que cuando la nueva
    policia federal de frontier s ha-
    ya sido organizada, los alIados
    retirarAn sus fuerzas a nuevas
    posiciones al Oeste del Rin y
    el Sur del Danublo, permitien-


    ON ._ I r


    Las tropaA aliadas, estaclona-
    4a ,.0 10 largo de Is .frontera
    al i 9znI, ,oarfan a la policia
    alemant. Esas tropas tendrian
    su cartel general en Versalles,
    no en tdrritorlo aleman.
    La negociacdi6n de' pactos de
    .segurida" oanl it la con-
    ea esa rpas, que de-
    Jriatn ser fuerzas de ocupacion
    pasandp a ocupar un papel de-
    fensiyo conforme al Pacto Cel
    Nortr. del Atlantico.
    arr- egilo Ih stidd Ya p
    parao por, los conseJero e l-
    lita.efs, sin tomar 'h cuenta a
    Dlb contrjibui6n, alemana a
    tl.ntlda.'. l cu.epo e policia
    alem*an seria una especie de
    "fuerza artortiguadora" a lo
    largo de la Cottins de Hierro
    guardada por la policia military
    de Aleniania oriental.


    Por otra parte, el fetiro de!
    las fuerzas aliadas de la zona'
    (Pas* a la Paiglna 5, coL 5).

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    deblera ditcutir tamblat uria
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    con el fin de que los alumhos
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    para las ocho o nueve; y la
    de las dos de la tarde para
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    sabido que los estudlos son muy
    rigurosqa y que diariamente los
    alumnos permanecen hasta al-
    tas hbrio de la noche y de
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    Universidad era visitada por to-
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    cataba d;f .j manera como se
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    senta tron ariY s trabajos intere-
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    contalod. cott un local proplo,
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    Soieso favorecidot en jIlio 23,de 1951:
    Sr. MANUMLI RD)DRIOUEZ D. Calle Fco. Fil6s.
    Vista Hermosa, No. 50 Un reloj de oro marca
    Onix, con su correspondiente pulso. Ganado con
    1 semana.
    Sr. PEDRO GONZALEZ A. Calle 16 Oeste, No. 28-
    Un reloj marca Invicta. Gan6 con 1 semana.
    Bra. FLORENCIA LAY DE ALVARADO La Palma,
    Dariln Una cama double de caoba barnianda
    en jaspe naranja, con su colch6n y spring de
    resorts. Gan6 con I' semanas.
    Sr. TOMAS BERNAL Calle 18, Este bis, No. 16 -
    Un radio. marc Regal de seis tubos. Ganado coti
    10 semanas.
    X. X. Una batidora elictrica marca Sum-Beam.
    Ganada con 21 semanas.
    Srta. ESPERANZA GARIBALDO Ave. A, No. 42 -
    Una cama double de caoba barnizada en jaspe na-
    ranja, con su colch6n y spring de resorts. Ga-
    nado con 29 semanas.
    Sr. MAURICIO HARROUCHE Pedro A. Diaz, No.
    4 Una lavadora el6ctrica de rodillo. Oan6 con
    52 semanas.
    Sra. AMINTA DE ARRAZALA Calle 9a. Club X,
    No. 3 Un estate de dos cuerpos barnizado en
    color nogal, con espejos interns. Gan6 con
    52 semanas.


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    COMPLETAMENTE GRATIS


    Ganaron con el numero que regale la casa las Srtas.
    America Arjona C. y Ruth Arjona, con domiciilo en
    la Calle Sexta No. 11.
    Srta. AMERICA ARJONA Un juego de recamara
    compuesto de: Una cama double de caoba. con
    colch6n y spring de resorts, 2 mesltas de noche,
    .1 estante de dos cuerpos con espejos interns. y
    1 peinadora con su banquet y una mecedora
    tapizada.
    Srta. RUTH ARJONA Un juego de comedor com-
    puesto de: Una mesa de extension, seia sillas
    taplzadas, una vitrina licorera y un aparador.


    Nuestro lub es els qum tie.
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    mis antipo de la Rep,.lur
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    Relojes, Sortijas y otras pren-
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    Juogos do Cubiertos, Vajillas,
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    REPARAMOS RELOJES Y
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    Trabajos garantizadoe.
    Cualquier otro articulo dede
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    No tenemos sucursales ni
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    Reparamos Radios do
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    Entregamos la mercaderia al momenato de suscribirse, enviindola a su caA,
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    CASA SPORT


    S. A.


    Muebleria Ferreteria Articulos de Casa
    Joyeria y Plateria Objetos para Regales
    (Ave. Central No. 20) pr6ximo a la Loteria (Antigua Ferreterla Duque)


    El mirito do nuestro Club es reconocido por miles do hogares en today la Rte


    FILIAL: La Indutrial Maderers. 8. A. De p6sitom de maderas. FAbrics de MusMa l
    Puertas, Ventanas. Mareoy Molduras par construcclones: Vitrinas de aostnlo
    comerdo. Se ecuta cu a trmbajo dentro del ramo con la, teniea de unos mseaeo
    ro a.nale.md*ay do R aSw ais o p riendcs.
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    HORIZONTALES:
    1-Diestro, avezado.
    6-Canoa mexicana.
    10-Distintds, diferentes.
    11-aspecie de lanza, P1.
    13-Lamador de hierro o
    bronce.
    14-Periodos de la vida o de l1
    historia.
    16--Socledad Iberica Indepen-
    dioente, Inic .
    17-Valle de Espafia.
    <19-Papagayo.
    20-Rostros.
    22-Nopibre de mujer.
    24-Fluido aeriforme.
    25-Te atreves
    26--ubstancia colorante.
    28-Elemento electrolitico
    30-Ave de rapifia.
    31-Comprobe.
    35- -Parauo terrenal.
    9-E3scuela Militar Iberica, Inic
    A40-Propletario, Inv.
    41-Alma.
    -Desaila.
    44-Plantigrados.
    ,46-Omnibus.
    47-Mover, sacudir.
    49-Del verbo modular.
    41-Nombre de mujer.
    52-Pones distant.
    AS--Atreverse.
    84-Batraclos.

    Piden conslrucci6n
    do una cancha de
    baske en Chorrera
    Para su publicaci6n hemo
    fectido la siguiente carta:
    Lq Z.Chorrera, 19 de Julio, 19b
    b or hstrawt de la
    .Pai~lna Deportfva de
    El Banam.-America
    ]stimado Soeftor
    Quiero que tonga la amabili
    dad de publicarnos en su leidi
    pagina' eportiva la 'carta. qu
    tidnrge ql pueblo y el estu
    atdo chorrerano al sefo
    Oo*mndor y a los Minlstros do
    Obfta Pkblicas y de Educacl6n
    Sedores Ministros de Obras
    Pabtba y aduemel6n y
    8eMor Gobernador
    A witeoes con la autorizacl6i
    del' tudiantado y el pueblo
    Chqrrarano, nos dirigimos par
    q.e sus dignas personas tenga:
    a 1ien Interponer sus bueno
    _tlci para dotar a eats pobla
    Sel64 de una cancha de Basket
    ball, iecesidad esta que se hac
    fada vez mis apremiante dad
    aI enorme enthusiasm que exist
    ten' en eata poblacl6n por dich
    tieporte.


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    El Gerente del Bco Ayc o

    se refiere a la crim pwada

    por la apda escaez i anm


    A*ILIDAO PW
    tL AGRJIICTOR


    Sl Licenclado Eduardo Valla- lc1ta1ol ur 0 Motivoa que des- iM8 0i di ...
    rino, Oerente del Banco Agro- oonomfe. ed d 1l mm a ilmaHd per
    pecuarfo e Industrial nos ha re- X ma 3d2 I stea mnu e ,I- mol* ds f l MMidl y C emer-
    mitUdo el aigulente informed, que jMnt6 a ml dipaho uo el od, nm 1n No e da
    constitute una exposici6n deta- amuWl 0on6 V. m hombre Ima .h I se' do s 1 M diut nikM&"alatl e"
    Sllada de la slituacl6n creada eon tt6 QUa dol MXrAtaMrl la o sem-
    motivo de la escasez del arroz. ronel I a i. e f oobrar sbrad s e I l BemacJ da elMMa tMiom
    del origen de dicha situacl6n v el vTalr del natao t~ t- ha manors d ft lw l6r em parnple gjM eu no uste 1
    30 de la actuaci6n del "BAP" on bia vdldo &al Meo satend- DBinglna ptea eo p ilrec l para as rmas de
    la emergencia actual: do pe IMO do e Is al er64dto.
    "A fin de que el pals enter rior. LI male al To- Roy dih a a i tftHgs fSre ua&asoes 4m Wsore on *
    34 35 sepa a qu6 me debe sla escu rsosUO de loa a mba ques *--- cure
    Stuacl6n del Banco Agropecuasio nu yM do do~i~s -ronel Somosa yMtrdo c IIA, m,' alf oo prmeo-
    eaIndustrial en is emergencla 8161s o rMs liquldadoiMarina r ens.utW 40looaredraa
    da posibe do to a o lquluonheca dientes de su re reefBtado con no d am flaraua. a
    hgn e talfecha. r Touflo me ma e ancordo a
    lo.) 31 dia 30 de mayo uthmo, no eba auorizaco pars d Alr& r Apreguntarle a ,pador. de Pr.-- ele -svi-
    50T-rcibuern : r m..... (d barls: que erea ueerbs a nertpor Is I legada del vpor NI cemos 46 al do PanamA enx
    quintales de arro que Is anti-M diercoa deo e d ars ler- 1 carso"., en cual d eblan ilear g to noble do cooperac6n. nos
    or dpn. 1 c a los dies mu (10,000) .qui ba de han huminletra do huta Is fecha
    dinr1Flores vitos. l6ndele Bano.0 o cMe l IB3o04 el barome tido parsI a di 15. 800 ( 6oantos) ,quintale Ade



    2-Tramara. R-fa el En d'200 uint b) i de abriel o00 bia tratado de pero obras Dargasu dials, ai por
    dor3ompaBrn, repart6 entire ciii- Aora que Yaore han .e a empre meqie6ab por la va ares hrta tnt con
    c4Espeent y trede(5) person doodafrijole. las iu 13 daelone redue- Ola saidoa del '.t01 'Nm ," o 1 un -Io oel eal edman,
    firms. Las casas mi s favorse- d0 dan pubUco alos aset- soehabiaodafia o htlel o .et- iirobU. Al rost ipoin-e
    -adcidas con oreparto miaron datS: ban r epand.do. P lnutO Irtedli41on annteo dal on al



    ago dbeatraadpa. 2) doDasu2ds del oea,_o he e pe a ci n a e- otras rd rtas'an i ala n s de pot
    13-Compaia, Ab rv. n Rasfa oel E d es,.A 200 quintasesv) 31.ordo p av ral a. vie4r0n _Us almr 0 du l pre* ts ba por I via en a neMets tatcons]-


    12-Exestiras. efcuaro. Alomar VO se rior del Bance. Ignordo laMUera *n d r me anl e =itatro Em-
    15-Desabrua a 53 Horizonta lea; Pan-Amerenican range r 13 do mal y o rhbits lo delmra te sus gana un barco el 1cuadl e acaba-n
    21-Cludad de Iuntalia. dd Crusitos del Banco laos). 00al tiempo e Obra hbo para iconversaclon l tel fln Mes, o mitirnos eman is. de Oua.


    23-Amarora. lquintlesnidadesdrgh A. B1ro0o e)o 22. garon vista doo wo, tenv ac ae aql c n eor un before Presi-
    8- igua anm n o dientes 200 duntrsyLan dero 265 22. a t al d or4 various dies n cablegram a dents d Irsa Rp6blesd ona l do
    c lea con queo las 2o.200Arro Nacional yLindbrrg 40 uheo22=2 i T e ,8 alo 'Comdo 8r 1A.4.r la *tu-e
    32-Letra griega E dia 16 de ojunota e B. S, 10 tsmOml dacho utsl Be. bre tasiSmasaqe l Coronelo eoca, d arrow a no teene hatn-
    O-Nacdo pde plasteroas. Io. 5 e p que daln de h e cuyo valor asced I fmereco contestac 6. ndoet acneal adIm el6
    vascongadasr. la adminstracin del Banco A- doe p oa dmnnt P oaeo.nte- 1 oPlaz a v o.nIs mfilaea deboy





    45-Nombre de un faioo poet ch por el fior Brin del arro 9 retenr la suma secutrada. el den etne
    esa legado erl 30 de tmayr vo os, rmul anco orlehador Renear a me contt6 Iue heredad anterior ad m-
    150-Entreguen. nso fue perfect per di men2 de por cuale, haria possible por lgar a jplador on lcuado hb scabs-





    Se enCuentran en estos msuo ponble de come.ecantes: mns de a(. y pT Ben tanton que todo esto ocul ronel badInformar quo on acur se





    mentors un cuadro demarcado doselentos trelata de ellos reel .b-f rreledo iPregudt al BenadortRe- an canu- de ls demnora del drro a
    2-a dec uta los depstos lel Bron cuotanco r aonables Pusde a- e h a b pa nor t la del o eB n la uegad a qme le- easeam da Nicarag oua.





    3 maa gurroz de ntese embarquntidad e rs del arro nod No deberiaa isue no Bdad Veouitalre,
    26-Haer el amenenri. al Inferior a otro en cai la rtad. 2se le hai paeado el .anado n al erente del sxitno AgrlecucritO
    bed Bancordedoc De acuerdo con cart de oronel omoa. el C enador Ind tr
    cantidad lde pedra y arena, crdnto No. 51/al exped/da e. l m comuniaba ue, a sit. PanaComo puedo vere.ulo e tu-
    31~--ubstancla con que IaS ba.ue peor B.17,122."4. Guardia C Cia., &.A-.me habe n











    faltando unscamcnte el cemen" de marao de 1951 por el Banco eat I _* c mo____doIs
    aa-Lejas en Eu cda. i 2o. Totalep.s.l.. . 2701/2 qq.h Aresedtardele16oeatsm decretado formal scustno -escasex do arroz, no tine sud do-






    3-eto. Naciona.El de Panama a eJuntavor del ata dea 01Bbnls umas quo CoroneAr nactuconesuomio-
    s Sr. Norberto Navarro: Uted olctud del ex-ubert Teo- A
    -Nque nnumerabls ocason ha doro m Brin, durante el presented tsi debts recibir n do Is actual adminstra
    3 sonedeate, aamtstrdgarone5,000 quintales o darros arsle doIsaoficinasdel- aCO 0 Banco, hastanor Is sumado del Banco Agrouualo. Is cum
    1 demol traderb dbuar.m d el de- mea de Julsio deben lear Isa Pa- -.15000Inmeditament
    3-porteda, y en p articular del d- nam precede antDs de Nicaragua.A fin Avl- eto l enador en es ueoy sd hlumaabs-
    3-porte horrano, antese una de evitar (10p000)quintoale de a- y ias1 eteros Eateroso PreoinfabOs ou eol eorO oroie





    uobra mda en la lista de leptas mus-Ba rrosl. A.l r rsel ail t h billete entero comprende 4tse fcIlonedtesa edivs ldoa derie oa
    43-Amaroes. bie anqometido ae er parto hea 636.99 ququedabsdcepu6s do tade pOr
    pe sgad 30 do mayo, ormutacado dolemento orne me condo de es- Ni quo heeded do I interior d
    4-,-Extremidad de las ayes, un plan do distribuct6n cue at dejara Is cuenta sin pagar: quo nistracif. Como 1o Cs po o a-













    S2.--Haer etl ear. su sufrpulo. Arrz E=trante rome.aad n ar So n doie ei Prem io 9z 9
    50-Entreguenun c. no ue perfecto, pot Jo menos pha eo posibe pot 1Il gar J I mploaii nohabormpagadoeo-
    Sfavoble eca a s mayor cania unatacnego con i Ca ortnao o
    r.e encuentran Berminde: pr cino mil (5,000) quintaleeodo eo croeomo a.l o quo pae sou
    mento3 un cuadro demarcado doselenton trointade ellareel- Ztrria, I Is.regubt &ie hnadorbRe-ias causs deIsdomotis del 48 ios
    es decir puesta las formaletas. Tbeon cuotas razonablesdo a- noruts de ademorn ona qluegaa qesuc amos de rro Nicaragum.
    debdran amentigo de la juventud y m de arro no eea a no deben aer en-a* do
    propulor de todo lo que se re- rio treado a m as tartar el dia 31 lb el garado a e ent del Di ct o Agro cu
    f iere a la educac6 n completa do este mra. Dicha ln cotai6n o enaor Industrial.
    cantdad de piedra y arena, rd eitoa No. 51/6166 epedid l e coent: F s ow. aa dulio 19 1".














    n Aarre s. enbeira c r an oer ln er Carbo he-eses ;s4.; ;s ; s de tads ro ssiene ass tt;un
    Sque Mentadoe ancaen Cuerpoe m- de o marso de 1951 por el Bancr n l a IM.N

    Sano". ENorberto Navarro: Ust ad solicited del ex-ub0gerlo huTo o-n. s ss eeea Se l n sd.m
    quo 88.nnmerabe oco ordore masoesta ha oro Bn dt urante a ra e ssent 144. sent
    Carlo Ftrao. Yosng Jr. o- ms dou a olect, ear li 14m1h lo osie pam lia eo e no ar 14a m-
    orte, misoeoara importardrctamen- d 1ao n Ia a aocedentes de N cl asa Igu,.
    Porte CoeranA Corr, anese Jr. n e aodiez quio cintalcurrirs a d Nime.n I IM. N s mtiaadostat Sorteo l r i4.
    obra met n la lists deoasa m le-ttoz. At tregintasel elaIs seo- IIIrbillets enter compre-de 48 fitaclones divididosan doe sorties
    thas que usted ha realizado en fiora Elide, Carbons do Pinhas,dSO Y
    etaeancha. qin ata como Agen APROXIMs d








    Coronet omo / e n Panam.
    ELSr.Romendo.VensarezDedor s-rancuando Dlegauiaerso embartque, o roe naorIor t5 3
    f atado lmentoeiuncdcn sv arod r BELP re..... .. .
    o- ta poblac6n demuestroquo us- present de jmdoJulio.EL
    r ted estma sufrido pueblo No obAtanta Is proves ante
    Sr construybndol una caenchs. riot, y on previieon do una Do Segune-do OT9 9







    sble escas1.M abtiN unsl .itsc 6nM
    Sr. Ricando e Benmfidez: por cinco mul (5,000) quintalea0C
    m\ran mamigo d Juventud y mi adem quo deben sen r aln-
    oere a Is educ acln co plet do ntsme s. Dicha licitac6n soa
    nlaI ensf L atza priemuia, doe I is is0 I&tcompafeia t Marinae SYUM'^aePmbfSNteNa -t P g I
    o sculas Rep. d Costea Rica M 1rcante NiaraselSe at. A., o enter n 4 *oe fden do tieo
    a acbendo Is cancha equo en aqua ueiepresen d&ante ei4 1
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    yQ de if p imo matrimonio.
    P5 asumar a sla seorita
    Marlta uviado Paredes y a1
    4aew aMna Porras quiefifs
    qontraran matrimonlo a fines
    -4. Oth gaana. la se orita
    Adeltst Calder6n Dia y los se-
    Aore. Ricardo Arias Calder6n,
    offteo lon anoche un buffet an
    au sidencisa.
    / La Brt. Ida Vallarino de la
    Gulrdia ofrece hoy un T6 en is
    teldmncla. en honor de sla Iefo-
    raa Oulsado Parades.
    Del CoMtW Pr etireo
    Mauls HEaAndes
    Be cita por este medio a to-
    du las damas del ComltO Pro
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    nas reunl6n muy important
    quo teodri lugar maiana mar-
    tes a lau 10 a.m. en la residen-
    ela de la seflora Luz 0. de Mdn-
    des.
    Fuael6n a Beneficlo de la
    Quarderia Infantil
    Mailana a las 8.30 p.m. en el
    Teatro Bells Vista, tendra lugar
    UAa Gran Funcl6n a benefttloo
    de la Otarderia Infantil del
    Club Interamericano de Muje-
    res. Lob tiquetes estaran on
    vents malana, en la taquilla
    del teatro.
    Caliabl dL Resideneia
    XI sal or Oullermo Andreve
    y spflora Ana Lucrecia A. de
    AndreV, han fijado su reslden-
    cl en la Ave. Ecuador No. 20,
    apartamentoi Martana, en don-
    'de te ponen a las 6rdenes de
    taoi amixtades.
    De lso EZtadoes Unides
    Grata estada le destamos a
    la sefiora Manuel, P. de Espl-
    Ilaa* y a tla efiorita Mariela
    Chofrio, quienes se encuentran
    paando-varios dias en nuestra
    capital de paso para Lima,
    8aludamos Al seflor Victor Ma-
    nuel D'Anello y sefora quienes
    acompaflado de sue nifit re-
    greaaron de los Estados Unidos.
    Procedente de Nueva York,
    se encuentra pasando las vaca-
    clonesa en Panami el oven Ga-
    briel R. de Obarrio A. Lo salu-
    damos.
    a o etadom U i ,
    l hinaos al IV c etat le
    lbTb$aMa de Pftahla i log
    Estados Unidos seftor Luls E.
    M6nda. quien aigui6 hoy hacia
    Washington per la via area.


    SKLIM


    VALOR NUTRITIVO
    de los plates olnodos


    Aniversario deI MItidoel@
    Saludamos atentament & al
    Dr. Roberto Sandoyvl y sefiors
    Gractela A. de Sandoval, quie-
    nes cumplen hoy dishl afioade
    casados.
    Eaferma
    Pronto restablecinolento le de-
    seamos a la sefiorita Dora Diaz,
    qulen sufre quebrantos de salud
    en 4u residencia.
    Abandonan el Hospital
    Acompafiada de a ured n na-
    cida se encuentra de nuevo en
    su residencia la sefiora Marta
    de de las Guardia.
    Anotamol compilacidos la me-
    jolra de la seflora Ana Maria
    D. de V&squez, quien abandonO
    el Hospital Santo TomAs.
    Cumnpleafio de HBoy
    Bra. Eloia A. de Kellerman
    Sta. Ana Maria A. de Barrios
    Sra. Leticia V. de Morales
    &ra. Dsaly E. de B emer

    ng. gMuel 0. Quintero
    Nifi Ramona Marcels Carri-
    llo A
    Nifio Jorge Humberto Co-
    rrea A.
    Cumplo de Mananas
    Bra. Elena Ch. de Arias
    Bra. Aminta D. de Valdis
    Sra. Ileana C. de Roy
    Bra. America de Campbell


    Nacimlente
    Desde el sabado alegra el ho-
    gar de nueptro colega don Ra-
    fael Peralta Ortega y su esposa
    dofia Berta A de Feralta una
    nueva nifta ntcida con toda fe-
    licidad en el Hospital SanLo
    Tomas.
    Enviamos nuesitras felicitacio-
    nes a los esposos Peralta AroSe-
    mena y hacemos votos por la
    felicidad de la nueva heredera.


    Hospitallsado
    Be encuentra sufriendo que-
    brantos de alud en la sala 12
    cuarto 2 del Hospital Santo To-
    m",, don Didacio Silvera. Ha-
    cemos votos por au pronto res-
    tablecimiento.
    Fuerza Amortiguadora
    fronteriza reduciria indudable-
    mente el peligro de incidentes
    entire ellas y los rusos.
    Estos han estado anunciando
    desde hace ;alg n tiempo su de-
    seo hacr unlia retirada simi-
    lar a una lines mis ali de
    los rios Oder y Neisse en Polo-
    nia. Antigipando est movimien-
    to, organitaror la policia ml-
    lltar alemana, que, cuenta con
    clen mil hombres.
    En el ocoldente no existed una
    lines defensive comparable con
    la del Oder-Neiose. Es indis-
    pensable manttener posiciones a
    lolargo del DanuMbo y el Rin
    para realizar ciertas maniobras.
    Rusia ae ha dado cuenta do


    Rodeada del earflie de sus
    padres lieIa hoy a spa 4 aeoss
    Ia eaohtAdora e Inteligentc
    nifa AUs Irene Solano M. por
    tPI motive au padres ofrece-
    rAn una plAtas ep su residen-
    cIa.
    Nu4itro deseo porque en *.
    perveair s61o encuentre sonri-
    sas y elloldades.


    iSoclOles dO( ConI
    Pot UIDITU BB IrONCIN
    re. m Apdtdo. to"
    Campleaioe de heoy
    Nuestras congratulaciones ha-
    cemos llegar a Ia seflora Libo-
    ria P. de Donaao en la* fecha
    de sus natalea quo celeora hoy
    lunes.
    Felioitamob a la sefiorita De-
    lia Esther Delgado, hija del
    senior don Florencio Delgado y
    sefinora, por festejgr hoy un aflo
    mas a vida.
    Haeta Oronite City, Illinois,
    enviamos un cordial saludo a
    la seaora Elsie de 8tercho, es-
    powa del sefhor Walter C. Ster-
    cho. quien en esta fecha ce-
    lebra sus natales.
    El niflo Alberto Antonio Fi-
    lo Jr., hijo del seflor Alberto
    6fla y senora Raquel de Fi-


    esto y aprovecna la oportuni-
    dad pars acusar a los allad*o
    de no querer retirar sus tropas
    de ocupaci6n, lo cual ella esta
    dispuesta a hacer.
    La opinion general aqui la-
    menta la situaci6n que se esta
    creando, porque Orea nuevas di-
    ficultades- para la unlflcaci6n
    de Alemania. Pero al mismo
    tiempo, ansia& ver terminada la
    ocupaci6n. El .estado de guerra
    con #1 occidente termlnart en
    realidad, ae dice, s61o cuando
    ,el humillante "Estatuto de Ocu-
    pacid6" sea substituldo por un
    "Bt4;qf9 de .Beguridad" y lo0
    cos0ito OA lia spkaelon se cto-
    viertan en costs de segurldad,
    un termio quq s. mis acepta-
    ble pars los contribuyentes ale-
    manes.


    16s, sums un aAfo mxi de vidas
    Vitin pars el pequeflo "Curro"
    rtuet.ros saludos con tal aO-
    tivo.

    Tanmien umple hoy tn aul
    mis de vida la niflta Elba
    tenoz. Hasta la cludad dl P'
    namA. en donde residle bon MW
    padres seflor Jorge Estenoi y,
    r ow-a Anita de Estenoz, le hS-


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    ae "adhwivO". Ease ingusliew e espeual
    hce que Angel FacmeraN s on
    uniformidad y l as' i divik mwe4*
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    cemos Ilegar nueettMk|
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    alHe an Club
    de stenager
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    * TRAJES


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    * FALDAS


    * VESTIDOS .
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    ALMACEN MI CASITAI4

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    / a los precious MAS BAJOS

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    rita Argells Va4us, blUa de don Sooorro Visques Guardia y
    Acela Arrocha do VAsqiei. Con tal motivo isu padres ofre-
    cieron ayer auna ties ia ala que eonucrrieron numerosas
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    *1S^ WCA- DIARIO INDIMVND~Ts


    BERVICIO LEWIS
    Ave. Tivel No 4
    TeL 2a-225
    KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
    Furqua d* Lam
    panami


    NOVEDADES MOBI1SI
    Ave. 4 do JSos
    Tel. 2-41


    BOTICA CARLTON
    Ave. MolinM im" -
    TeL. Us-c.sli


    SALON DR BELLEZA AMERICANO
    c, U Oas e as M.


    tL PANAMA AMERICA
    Cos "I" No. t5mPamM
    Am. Cetnl u1e--colm.


    ____ 1


    SE NECESITA
    Domisticos
    SE NECESITA:-Empleada para ofi-
    idos domesticos, con recomenda-
    ci6n. Via Espoiia 112 altos.
    SE NECESITA:-Cocinera que tengo
    experiencia. Colle 13 Oeste No.
    55, oltos.
    SE NECESITA:-Empleado paro tra-
    i bajo general. Dormir en cosoa. Co-
    * lie 37 Este No. 69, Apto. 8.
    SE NECESITA: Empleada. Calle
    52 Este No. 10, aoprtomento 6,
    Bella Vista.
    SE NECESITA:-Empleada para lim-
    pior coaso y lavor. Que duermo en
    el empleo. Ocurra Calle 31 Este
    No. 38.
    SE NECESITA:-Empleada con refe-
    rencias, buers sueldo para cuidor
    ninos. Avenido Norte No. 4, ba-
    los.
    SE NECESITA:-Magnifico cocinera.
    Debe traer referencias. Si no co-
    noce su oficio no se present. A-
    venido del Per6 No. 75, altos.
    iE NECESITA:-Empleado para ofi-
    cios domesticos, familiar pequenia.
    Solicite Bozar Francis, Departo-
    mento de Calzado.


    SE NECESITA:-Sefiora de 30 a 35
    aios, que tengo experiencia en
    cocina, pora dormir en el troba-
    jo. Calle 50 No. 48.
    SE NECESITA:-Empleoda para ofi-
    d cios domisticos en general, sepa
    cocinar, dormir empleo. Calle 30
    Este No. 13.
    SE NECESITA:-Empleada par loa-
    var, plonchor, servicio de caso.
    foamilio Toussieh. Calle 44 No. 37
    Apto. E.
    SE NECESITA:-Empleado pore ser-
    vicio de caso en Chitr6, se poqn
    bien. Dirijose Calle 51 No. 13
    Apto. 3 caso Rosa Marino.

    MISCELANEA
    Llegaron telas estempadas v lisas,
    colided' y belleza incompoarble.
    'L_ Milfgroso" Monteserin 2.






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    Con B/25.00
    PUEDE OBTENER
    UNA REFRIGERADORA


    ADMIRAL!
    turmnte ei mes de Julio inl-
    Camente, seguimos ofreclendo
    ilM portunidad de tener una
    Refgeradbra en au hogar con
    In pago Inicial de B/25M)0 y
    ?jtf c6modos. Hay 8 mode-
    Sdiferentes al escoger. 5
    de garantia. VEA la
    UpIRAiL antes de comprar
    t Refrlgeradora!
    Asembleria Caso Sporton
    ahl 2U Callme TeL 2X-1I1


    SE VENDE
    Bienes Raices
    CIA. DO LEFEVRE Tel. 2-4332
    VENDE LOTES
    Pago iniciel minima I5.00.00
    Mensual 3.15.00
    e Lotes ron Calles y Acueductot de
    la Ciudad desde 8.1.00 I mwro.
    Aki.llamos quipl pesodo pato
    movimiento de tierro.
    Alquiharnos Iotea largos plazos.
    Club de alols. 8.3.00 V 8.4.00
    temonoles
    SE VENDE:-Lote de 1,000 metros
    en El Congrejo, con vista el mar.
    B.7.50 el M2.
    Roberto Mir6, Tel. 2-1215
    OPORTUNIDAD:--Cholet de dos re-
    camaras en colle Uruguay, cerca
    al mar. B.17.000. Se acepto hipo-
    teca por B.8,500. Roberto Mir 2-
    1215.
    VENDESE: Residencia, muy bien
    acondicionada, 4 recimaors, 2 so-
    la-comedor, cuorto empleado, 2
    garages, ardines. 3 servicios sani-
    tarios, etc. Situado en Paitilla. Fa.
    cilidodes de pago. Llame Tel. 2-
    1456.

    SE ALQUILA
    Locales
    SE ALQUIL-.:-Local pare oficino.
    orriba del Teatro Central.
    CLINICA, equipaod, altos Farmocio
    Solozar, calle 16 Oeste No. 28,
    Ponama.


    SE ALQUILA-Local grande, guarder
    corro o merconcias. Calle Juan
    B. Soso, No. 51, frente Fabrica
    Ameglio. Informes calle "H" No.
    49, altos.

    SE VENDE
    Automoviles
    SE VENDE:-Chevrolet Coupe 1940,
    buenas condiciones, buenos Ilan-
    tas. B.320.00 of contodo. Casa
    0825. Calle Plank, Balboa.
    Acauamos de tecibir otrf fmbarque
    de pastes utniversales pra todosi
    los cdrros Manguer& de oolo,
    etc. TROPICAL MOTORS.
    Aproveche esta oportunidad. Vendo
    motive vioje Plymouth Coupe 41.
    Precio de quemo 51 175.00 cash.
    Vialo calle 47 No. 5. Tel. 3-
    3362.

    SE VENDE
    Botes y Motores
    SE VENDE:-Lancha 65 pies moto-
    res "Diesel", pesca comarones car-
    go pasajeros. Tel. 2-2252 Dr.
    Morales.

    SE ALQUILA
    Cuartos
    SE ALQUILA:-Cuorto amoblado pa-
    ro hombre 8.6.00 per semona, A-
    venida Parque Lefevre, Ernesto Le-
    fevre caso 32.


    AVISO AL PUBLIC
    Que de conformidad con el
    Artlculo 777 del Codigo de
    Comercio y por medio de Es-
    critura Publica No. 1241 de
    la Notaria 3a. del Cirrvito dip
    Panama de fecha Julio 10
    de 1951 ha sido traspasado el
    negocilo de Cantina "Melena"
    de la Cia. Espirandela a mi
    favor y por compra del mis-
    mo.
    Panama, Julio 10 de 1951.
    Armando Cinidlio.
    $1


    SE VENDE
    Miscelineas
    Se VINOEN:-Cloes., tuberie ease,
    ecere camnaledo, Fix-Tax leaurti
    eaislade pare ctlel roses mio -
    faa, lovemanos, excueades. e *
    I" recim mis bales n plan.
    AGENCIES GLOBALES. Vie a -
    Ae., Ilondo a Juan Framca TEL
    3- 503.
    SE VENDE:-Ganga! Madera de co-
    ba al lodo del Club Chiquito. Ave-
    nida' Balboi final.

    SE VENDE
    Arliculos de Casa
    SE VENDE:-Dos comas-cunas go-
    melas de caoba, con colchones nue-
    vos. Llame 2-3504.
    SE VENDE:-2 radios, RCA y Ze-
    nith. Tel. 83-6172. Colie 2a. Cu-
    rundu. No. 2029-A.
    VENDESE: Muebles: Tres juegos
    recimara, I sala, 2 estufas, 2 re-
    frigeradoras, etc. Precio muy redu-
    cido. Inf6rmese caso respective, es-
    quino calle 11 Ave. 1o. Paifilla.
    Ocurra cuolquier hora, pora infor-
    mes a la misma case.
    OPORTUNIDAD REGALO! Came
    double, complete, B.35.00; Radio
    8 tubos "Army", B.30.00; Mesa
    comedor acero, B.8.00; C6moda
    acero 8 gavetob, B.20.00; Sillos,
    B. 1.00 coda una; Mesa centre, B.
    B.3.00. Todo par B.80.00. (Regalo
    trostes de cocine). Norma Orozco
    Via Esparia rinol. contiguo edificio
    "Radio Miramar".


    SE NECESITA


    General
    SE NECESITA-Instalador de persia-
    nas venecianas, que tenga licen-
    cia poar monejar carro.' Con bue-
    nas referencias. Ocurro a R. A.
    Cowes y Cio (par el Club Uni6n).
    SE NECESITA:-Vendedores de clu.
    bes, seguros, lotes, etc. tienery una
    buena oportunidad de oumentar
    sus Ingresos ofreciendo l1 mismo
    tiempe orticulos de lo Case Spar-
    ton, toles come' refrigeradoros, ra-
    dios, etc. Comisiones liberoles.
    Central 223, Calidonia.
    EL RESURGIMIENTO - -
    a Europa. A lo sumo suspen-
    deria el derramamiento de san-
    gre en una situaci6n que no
    puede darle una victoria ab-
    soluta a ninguna de las par-
    tea, por motives politicos y ml-
    litares".
    Ahora parece que la estra-
    tegia del Kremlin se encuentra
    en process de refundici6n, ma-
    yormente debido al descubri-
    miento y desplome del sistema
    de espionaje sovldtico, que fun-
    ciona mediante la quinta co-
    lumna. Para reparar sus per-
    didas, el Kremlin esti olaligado
    a tomar accion direct. Por
    tanto, el principal objetivo so-
    vidtico es el de impedir que el
    frente anticomunista continue
    ampliandose mediante la inclu-
    sion en el mismo del Jap6n y
    la Alemania occidental.
    Este ultimo pais esta pre-
    parado psicol6gicamente para
    hacerle frente a Rusia desde
    que se hizo claro que las fuer-
    zas de los Estados Unidos y
    de las Naciones Unidas no pue-
    den ser echadas de la Corea.
    Ha contribuldo tambitn a esto
    en el hecho de que la opinion
    publica se ha unificado come
    consecuencia del conflict con
    el Iran.

    Con gran pompa
    res Gobernadores de Panama y
    Col6n.
    Vista a los Honorables sefio-
    ies Alcaldes de PanamA y Colon.
    IHA 24
    9.- a.m. Acto de la Escuela
    "Sim6n Bolivar" en el Teatro
    National. Palabras del Embaja-
    cor Castro G6mez
    6.- p.m. Program radial.
    8.- p.m. Concertos de Ga.m
    en las Plazas de Catedral y de


    SEALQUILA G UIA
    Apartaento C OMER CI AL


    SE ALQUILA .-- Aportomentos d
    una y'Ios recimaras, sola, comedo
    cocino. Cdlle 7o. No. 15, Lefevr
    Irvforme Apto. 7, Tel. 2-1421.


    de i


    SE AL Ap'-tomento are-
    blado, call* 43 y Avti'do Mdxico.
    'Tel. 3-0140, Panomint.
    SE A.QUILA:-Apartamentos de 1
    y 2 recmrndras. Colle Primera, Pe- I
    rejil 14. Pregunte por Aseodqr de
    8\a 11. Informes tetifonos 2-3181
    2-0082.
    SE ALQUILA:-Apartomento en Son
    Francisco de Io Coeto. Informes:!
    Estacl6n Gasolina San Josi Via Es-;
    pofa No. 2.


    SE ALQUILA: Departamento.una
    recAmora, piso bojo, Edificio AL-
    BEITINA, Avenidas Ecuador y!
    Mixico. $50.00. Llome horses ofi-
    cina Z-1707.
    ALQUILASE: -, Magnifico departa-
    mento "en casd-chalet con dos re-
    cdmoras, cuarto empleado, garage,
    servicios independientes, patios,
    etc. Via Belisario Porros No. 135.;
    Llame al 2-1456.

    SE DESEA
    DESEAMOS matrimonio sin hijos, que
    conozio de laborers de camp pa-
    re cuidar case en el Vaile de An-
    t6n. Debe tener recomendaci6n del
    lugor done troboJ6 antes. Cia.
    Dulcidio Gonzailez N., S. A. Fibri-
    cc de Mosaicos. Ave. Cuba No. 8.


    SE COMPRA
    Quiero carro de segundo mane ol-
    quilado, con opcion a comprorlo
    Dirijase a Calle la. No. 7, Vista
    Hermosa. Pregunte por Sanz.

    Santa Ana.
    DIA 25
    9:30- a.m. Sesi6n Solemne cn
    ia Socledad Bolivariana de Pi-
    niama: discurso de orden a car-
    go del sefior Presldente de la
    Sociedad Bolivariana y contest
    taci6n del Sefior Presidentc de,
    la Delegacion de Venezuela.
    11- a.m. Inauguracion dc la
    Avenida Bolivar.
    1- p.m. Copa de Champafa
    lofrecida por el Honorable Al-
    calde de Panama.
    Condecoraciones.
    7 p.m. a 9 p.m. -Recepcicn
    que ofrece la Delegacion de Ve-
    iezuela en honor del Excc!cn-
    tisimo senior Presldente dc la
    Republica y sefiora de Aroe-
    mena. Hotel El Panama.

    En el Ministerio
    pis, Guardian Nocturno en el
    Mercado Publico de Panama.
    Angel S. Callejas, Inspector de
    Aduana de 3a. categoria.
    Luis Gonzalez, Inspector de
    Vigilancia Fiscal.
    Berta Varela, Registradora d4e
    Inmuebles.
    Felix A. Cordoba, Inspector de
    Aduana de 3a. categoria.
    Flora del Rio, Oficial de la.
    categoria en la Direcci6n del
    Impuesto sobre la Renta.
    Ernesto Ramirez, Auditor Au-
    xiliar en la Direcci6n del Im-
    puesto sobre la Renta.
    Hilario Medina, portero en la
    Administracl6n Provincial de.
    Rentas Internas en Los Santos.
    Carlos Boza, Auditor Auxiliar
    en Rentas Internas.
    Graciela H. de Salglani, jefe
    de Catastro en la Administra-
    ci6n General de Rentas Inter-
    nas.
    Ester Despaigne, Inspector de
    Aduana de primera categoria.
    David Abad Jr., sub-Director
    del Impuesto sobre Inmuebles
    y Catastro.
    Jose M. Paredes, Director Ins-
    pector Tecnico del Impuesto de
    Licores, de la Administraclon
    General de Rentas Internas.
    Martina Alvarez de la Rosa,
    Archivera en la Direccl6n del
    Impuesto de Licores de la Ad-
    ministracidn General do Rentan
    Internas.


    -Iar


    Por atos y arios la
    PINTURA SHERWIN
    WILLIAMS
    ha aido conocida por su
    alta calidad y su m6dico
    precio.
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    . PAPEL LUMINOS0
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    . CORTADORAS

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    . CARRETILLAS

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    S.oA.
    Calle 16 Este No. 4
    Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988


    Nuestros ESPEJOS embe-
    Ilecen el hotel El Panama.
    Fabrica de Espejos

    EL DIABLO
    calle 1 Este No. 4 Tel. 22606



    FelpaMineralizada
    Roja y Verde


    Felpa Negra
    de 15 y 30 Ibs.


    Clavos de Zinc


    Balanzas 'Deteco'


    Almacenes Romero
    Ave. Norte No. 48


    Lamparas
    ALADINO
    de KEROSENE con MECHA
    Con 60 velas de fuerza de luz lanes
    modern. Permanece encendida M9
    hor por 1 Il6n de kerosene. Tomn
    94% eAIRE y solamente 1% de
    KEROSENE. Completamente segura-
    no explota nl neceslta generador i.
    bomba. No produce humo ai malos
    olore a E tan aencllla que un nifo:
    puede prenderla. Nunca vista en Pa-
    nam. a Precio tan Bajo
    por solo...B/.9.95
    Tenemeo todes los Repuestest
    Doe Venta en todas lam PERRETZBIA
    y MUEBLERIAS.
    Distributdores: -
    WONG (HANG, S. A.
    Col6n Calle 9 y Ave. Baibee
    Tel. 313.
    laInam, Ave. Central II
    Tel. 2-2U7

    Persianas Venecianas LUX
    a B/.9 .50
    Entrega
    Inmedlata
    Reparaclonei
    generales.
    Industries
    Panamericanas
    Calle 29 I. #*22
    Tel 3-171


    TAXI
    RADIO
    0 MgAS PUEDEN VIAJAR
    2 TAN BARATO COMO
    24 Horas Tel. 3 3
    de ServIolo Pan.


    Muri6
    adelanta las Inveatlgaclones per
    unentes para establecer la ver-
    sl6n oflcial de este lamentable
    accident en que soe encuentra
    comprometldo el. senior Guiller-
    mo Goff. el sefidr Goff es her-
    mano del 'Igenttro Porflrto
    G6mez, y desempefia. ade:, ha-


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    LA COMPETIDORA
    Cale 16 Oeste 47.
    Tel6fono 2-3181.


    SE REQUIRE AGENTE y
    DISTRIBUIDOR
    mnico en Panama para la dis-
    tribuci6n de una gran varle-
    dad de receptores de radio y
    televlsi6n de manuf a c t u r a
    britanica "Etronic." Para ob-
    tener detalles completes escri-
    ban a: Messrs. Associated Ex-
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    Madera fina.
    MEDIDAS
    36 x 72" .....a B/.4.00
    48 x 72" ..... 5.00


    MUEBLERIA
    LA COMPETIDORA
    Calle 18 Oeste 47.
    Telifono: 2-31S1.


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    HIERRO DE

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    CLAVOS

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    NO Hay Mejor Via Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR.. Etc.


    Que la ruta al Departamento de los ClIASFICADOS DEL P. A.


    Rusia trata
    ,gica a la luz de los acontecjl
    mientos mundiales, que quizj
    tengamos que aumentar easo
    objetivoa o no armistlefb en CO-.
    rea. No se han termiM I
    estudlos estrategqmcb i'lntl
    res para tomar esat deemf.ee-
    at en verdad es necesarlo V
    mentor nuestros objetivos a'wf
    meters mas tards a la o~d*
    deraclin del Congremo jptodll.
    nes por lo fonados adiclonaloe
    que eso requieran."

    Eno mei6 dr o i
    70 personi'a eil relaodh 'e'n -a
    asdesnato dl Rey 4bd .
    loa arrestado, s en ouen
    do prientl Madel r Mu a
    Jerusalen. .
    La PollciI declar6 qual asea
    sino debl6 oatar 4.do.p
    una band* en or entre
    advtrtI6 wtiw.,e polbbe qcir.exLU.
    tan planes wa a3aIW ha
    lideres Aes
    tain se reagi coN o r a' es
    Mentoire. Deapu6me3 emfti res-
    nidn el Marmaluna
    estrecha. =C3 entire
    nuestro 'dos isaa..
    El 7 de no bmbrr 1942 el
    President Ro teel eli6 di-
    reetameate agtte :an ..arn


    trIca del


    ,Franela en .14-4U, .n-.tarde ieutM l u=ft'
    En 13J17 Peain fue nwW nab"o p ni r
    Comandante en Je del ra reresar a "rnal
    cite Frances, y 2 uenkma eI- abril do 1946. Feain Jle 1 A
    puds que el armistletoieo Sulia y el 27 del m m,
    made, se le hizo Mashcal de su 8. eumpledios, cruzWe6 a
    Franela. En 40 entonces teMia Francis aeompafiadeo pO su
    62 a* ae. de odad. pass, regre ndo a Paris y a I
    La famn y Isa fointa sInrtle- careel.
    ron a Petala, tambis el A las euatlf de la malanis
    amor. Cuaido tena 64 anos del 15 de agoeto de 1945, cuast
    de' edad so ead een om aigNa do los soldades norteamerlea.
    de Ias Infsaia, Eugenle Hardn, nos celobraban .a victoria sobk*e
    ex-esposa del exOultor Jacques el Jap6n, un tribunal especial,
    Philippe Deheraln, de qulen se .ondenaba a Petain per el do-,
    habia divorclado. La sefiora de lito de alta tralel6n, pore de-,
    Petain to acompafi6 hasta lo bido a su edad, Ia. pena do
    ultimo. muerte fuo eambiada per la
    El 24 de octubre de 1940 Pe- de prisl6n perpetual.


    ANTES Y AHORA


    La actual situaci6n econ6mica ha -motivado
    considerable rebajas en el precio de algunas
    propiedades.


    Reaidencia, Calle 47 Bella Vista, No 19,
    mobre lote de 800 m2 en distinguida y
    tranqulla veclndad, 3 recamarqs, agua
    calnente, etc. Un valor sobresaUlente,
    B/. 30,000.00
    Resldencia, Ave. Justo Arosemena, No. 53,
    modern, c6moda y elegant, recdmaras,
    etc. B/. 47,600.00
    La mejor ewulna comerelal de la Avenoid
    Central, 550 m2con frente de 16 mnts. Se
    darmn Informes personales nicamente,


    Ca m l Calle 13 Oeste, No. 30 mamposte-
    St~4erl, pars vivir con su familla y. ae4
    U ute recibir una rents. B/. 12.500.00
    Sielal lote de 800 m2 con a) cas
    Smixta de don apartamentos y b) un cha-
    let' de 3 recamaras, rents de B/. 150.00
    mensuales, situado en buen sitio de 8an
    ranclsco. B/. 12,500.00


    Le ayudaremos en el financiamlento de todas
    estate propiedades.
    LOTES
    Campo Alegre, centreo de la ciudad". 890 m2
    con create de 20 mts. al norte 12.00 m2 B/.


    Altos del Golf, quiet y distinguida vecin-
    dad. diferentes tamaflos con ampllos
    frentes 5.50 m=2
    Bella Vista, diversos tamaios 18.00 m2
    Plttlla, 655 m2, frente de 20 mts., lote
    excepcionalmente bueno 7.00 m2


    tSan rancisco, lotes pequefimo con grandes
    frenteo 6.00 ma
    M. Cumbres d barrlo-del uturo", diver-
    0 tatafit o -k 2.50 bna


    precio actual


    B/. as;o.




    R/. 125.O.W





    B/. 9M00.N


    L.50 ms


    S/. S.75 n2
    B. le. amH

    B/. 4.25 *


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    prepgutan qe lte bhir el conocido arquitecto y ider poliico cola
    nenSe don LUtS A. CruM, y on j uImperdonable soberbis, eldll
    contra el; insult o-=e y .vulgAres, nos hemos dado eueiita qu
    UG; eag ibe rlo abe etribt, pero po porqup dnte o ql e eocrl.
    be. .D e .moonltpnte homo s erdide a 1 en aua pdol
    Creeiios que ha entrado ot en la ,Uta de Ios clau b
    Que ea de me. tpuebjq haiM en y haraplento de que tanto
    ocup6 su pluma? Ay....ea pueblo ha qudadao decepclonado doe a,
    also redentor y con poca diferencia lo eataldga en Is mulsma ps
    gina de aquellos que, al tralcionarlo, hoy se ensafian cual feroofs
    bucaneroa en el reparto del botin conqulatado con la aangre 6-
    rramada de los muertos de la mil llamada glorioaa jortada dl1
    l0,de Mayo I*A ,


    Nuestros Agentes o Nuestros Oficinas I* otender6n:


    ce alg4n tempo una alta p0-
    sici6n en la Compafia de Avia-
    ci6n Braniff.
    URIO ----
    Desde au juventud Petain
    ulso ser soldado. Despues de
    erminar *a escuela prearato-e
    ia entr6 en Saint Cyr, la West
    Point de Francia. Hablfndose
    raduado de esta -academia" ml-
    tar en ilempos de pas, Pe-
    ain estuvo. reelbiepdo ascensos
    urante 36 aSox.
    A leg i aflsn de edad y- al
    omlenz de la. primers uerra
    sundial, Petain tenifa el grado
    e Coronel. Tres semanas des-
    '", Tavo que tetira e con -su
    hvpaid des#& Chaleirol. Etre
    'as uoiciales .albia s nJovn to-
    tent, Cha=la De Gaulle, quien
    altbi podlo E*rvtr bsjo el
    and* de Petain, mu idoel. Des-
    ads de la send guserr
    uandlal, De Gaulle eambl6 de
    Deiostrando babildad parm
    ond!cir a las W raM y Ean-
    g. dote de e t daa. In a-
    osto de 1914 Petain fue Au-
    endUdo a General de ori-da.
    o *ieess mias tara ot -I d
    I mane.do del Segu n .J ito
    Eptonees vine la defense de
    rerdun. Petain defendi6 la ciu-i
    ad. durante eitcoi meses de
    mn rtentos ataques, eaasundole
    .10 nIIs 5 09 bajas.
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    llam F. Dean, quien reemplaEs a Churcb una semana mis tarde, y el Teniente General
    Walton H. Walker, quten se enearg6 del Comando despues. El General Dean muri6 ea ac-
    cl6n despu6s de haber obtenid&b la Medlla del Congrese. El General Walker muri6 en un
    aceldente, y fu6 reemplgzado por el General Matthew B. Ridgway, En A4bril Ridgway reem-
    plaz6 a MacArthur en el Comando Supremo y el General Van Fleet reeinplaz6 a Rldgway
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    g*tt* im, fut debe re tar ".
    uiaduito Iniia Ho Su 2a. Eta G aron Ayer Sus CMSOS
    ofuerzas iosn, ju tran blrn pro dampu S-
    Est& n o80 f ZmoS a:,a SPdel .de_ .. 4 A.. di .4M.id N 1W,#M m y.ide
    f rEsEta noce comlensa ia Juntos se presentan con su1 i1- del A6n de qulpfo al N drl ii B anc d a
    FADO DE LOS EQUIPOS gunda Vuelta del Torneo de Bos neas reorganizadas m&s a1su- Is., motive per r b rahm LoSnASS teltona ao rMleSd a SntalEs loCCua- r .
    G. P. Pje ketball de la Liga de Caterl rios refuerzos. que darAn lugar ea l le Ab2885raham A t ad hoy, tro g randae la an por el t .' a-
    Cher. ........ 4 0 1.000 con dos atractivos partldo& a a una etapa mas reftnldar qut la viamosm ueou.ya qu 2-2865e d otat. a sans cdurptoe & la Lt Am rd!- ia' d 1e a panlsua -a
    rito ..1 1 .59( cargo de los equipos: primer vuelta. tr as mmfleta- y que I e t ca. ular maansa. paOaterO Iuga, Aomro- nG8S,_ouS pe.w I eAnpa o ar
    S........... 1 .500 Mauriclo vs. Surex En primera ornada triu- lones. ao mrs que ay hc ado to a n se.al's oP n ulst c ircu-OP a ra. undp
    .............. 1 2 .333 7:30 p.m. -faron los opticos con una ac- V. Areosmena datos quoAnthazl GdostoBa- NIM s .ynkr.nsets circuit a .. *S.
    cl .......... 0 2 .00( Optica Sosa vs. Taller Sousa tuaci6n sobresaliente La con-ta a tifactoria actu- erdelegocontr t rder on
    Ambos partidos tendran la6ar tienda proseguird el midreoles 144m eLn el Campeonato, que- ----a. or- po r anotacionea lr0 1 IAt dr el e" pr
    buenos partidos tiene pa- en el Gimnasio del Marafioi y con los juegos Deportivo MO- dande entire los mayor, anot-. de St 1 7 1U a 5. nStaul6 S 3 rreraa2 a n
    ta noche el Campeonato prometen resultar movidos e i- irris vs. La Mufieca y Jantzeni,!.. dres de la contlenda. -Beau Jack I -I se .' trr ,1a a 5.. Yanquls de do ea..
    ulino de Primera division tcresantes, ya que los dos con- Don Neco. t I T t derrotaron a lo is, e
    Liga Provincial de Bas- M1 1 &.0 Ryr mide ei Jiieyes c a.s Ge .. k pour B hR gs G e
    ll de Panama, entre los -carr -a- 0 y 7af 3;Ion Indlos W= 71 .
    Barn vs C. Vieja Fal Chace v orsewOOd tnfllar0an e Campeoto de etcon Roberto Dieaz ad o1 e e p' g ol "M
    --Maurio vs Madurito f (t del Chorrfillo Beau Jack I.; l pequeflo p6-, i TA igr de Detroit por do a J
    oaurici t ques96dur4od 1t e do anK UIQOJ-S,3a. U 1.ito .1.
    ntro comenzar a er en a0s events estelares 1 F. E l Dortiv ndozaed qu pe en u oma. lea, bm ayer u
    nr c primer ye e..e..,,etae conqueset ayer el Campeonat parte, volverA. a pr"eantarseH 1 A horse derrotaron en ". mbtamgl
    ambos se desarrollaran For REDEME tros. Gorsewood saHi6 ble on q t6 a Camponat t semana el profama q 14t opae a 10 Fills por ca- AmbtQm commando, del M inedi.
    cuadro del Gimnasio Na- air Chance se Impuso en la mantuvo titinica lucha conLra d Ptbol de la Li de l ho e celebrar oh el Gimnalo reat a p imer Jueao, Cam t rovinI do it- oe t
    . carrera estelar celebrada ayei Tropicana, quepronto e rindi illo al mponere al Deortv Naclonal. mielKras ue on eegundo lo- Sol e da Qteoris y ter- ', y
    estos encuentros tenemos en el Hip6dromo Nacional sobre y el defensor de los colors del Rem6n por- 1 tanto ae 0n el Beau Jack 1 so mdird con. graon *I unto por a 0. oSn6O al InvictodeI ,antiL S lraw
    os licoreros se presentarn una distancia de 1400 metro y Stud Cantagallo, nl enton- eguno uego extra qu o- tra Roberto Diaz en pelea qup .Lm Roja do Ctn cinatti dll- dear *I lmotaraye. per a.tan- A -
    idos a mejorar su puntua- por un premlo de B. 650-00 ces el galope hacia la mc-ta tuvieron para decidir esta con- ha lamado la atencin de lp dleron cOm Ol igantes de Nte- m yando estos a la se.i el' e l
    en el segundo lugar mien- Fair Chance tom6 el comando milentras que Mosquet6n atro- tienda. fanitlcoa. G Toorkal ganar el primer e- e5t boJldo tenrs e o st a .;
    ue los cerveceros lucharmn desde la salida y se mantuvo pello en la tierra derecha para El encuentro result reAido y fantico. & Acn e I t- Aleman contlnuan e pl
    recuperar su opcion. El facilmente en esta posici6i pa- alcanzar el segundo puesto. amnbos ncenos e desplegaron He aquo el pgoerama que l Pi eo *'' tr E a
    rtambin buscar est ia ganar en una forma que no Ayer hubo dividendos Jugosos con entusiario y decsin du- 2 suo al nivlart censaauno tano;.. JuqVe
    continuar en el segundo dejo dudas de su superioridad uno de ellos el de Don Salom6n rante todo el'partido, triunfan- levara a cabo: ol p ta m ae el isp o Jr. i. VoMien.s
    o pero el Madurito esta sobre este lote. Segundo l-g6 que reparti6 128.40 al ganar la do al final el Mendoza al mar- Luis Samuel vs M el adii a egq6 aumbnt nrn
    4icido que hoy saldrA de Grisdi y tercero Curaca. novena carrera. Tambl6n repar- car el inico goal del Juego. ela4amu llbns con SU ViCtori sobre el' Amer-
    dor. En la otra prueba estelar Grr tieron dividend altos Gold Cy- ..o7 N0r y C0 r cao. a "
    partdos prometen r re- wood se mpuso holgadamente lie, Lolito y el onetwo Don i3- atados 5 q os a ov... o t fo-e los ecutorlano
    y la Jornada de esta no-" a los ejemplares de la clase "D" lomdn Flamenco que as6 de "" P Juan More vs Jelt Griffi wentado pitido tense- sororenad6 po Ia fforma ampia-
    ebe resultar lucida y sa- sobre una distancia de 1300 me- los 400 balboas. en e 3er. lugar del 12n 0i Vonllbraneybtall anunctado te Ol e osu&ab'lnsueuer- de
    "h ____ ___ 1e _.* Luis Rodrigues vs wrac.le Ottis Pa at G t.ard centre el equipo tenidoe nvictce a traas de sie-
    j1l 12bas in det S. Rita 135 libras d e la Iscuela Normal de San- o putritos. ti
    en sorprendio Azleca y Granillo iaaran manana por 3a, b.... tSage l onunto do Gel Lceo de Con ees resu w1tao, el Am-
    ES ADO DE LOS EQUIPOS Beau Jack I vs Roeberto Dia. de s efieritao en el Gimnasto de bateo rlarcs. de primnero con 13
    KObdle beiso dBaseball de Santa Bit& 105 libras 10 5 elstal, ise poopuse para el puntoW, el Santander et de s idois- M I
    olando peor KOT vez -de superarse en el be de S. ll Circuito Menor ml4rd eon. It t.rde o eI mrs gundo con 1,, Anc6n T. y Ale- preitaJ ro y Al-shelas
    G.IOIIUV P.I Pie, r p Unis Qul rd Vs M. Portlloe n10 luary 4ebio a clerto In- min van deo cerd con1 pun- .ragam estA pamd IM yrau
    lk P an LAh -Por S. H. IVALDI J3- clendo al Dep. Granmlo en la Dra onep Jr. ....... f 1.000 Luis Qu lbra convey ma ne de la rmalirt ti o eada uno; el Hlpnano Jr r pmasi-pat preeptar '.
    ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS apertura de la segunda etapa Searlets ............. a 1 .750 -- Igalmente s pospuso el otro lleva 8 puntos y cerrando el dit rea.n
    ON, Julo 23(B.Q.-An Baseball de Santa Rita de la actual camp.ia, a las 4.00 Barrada .......... 22 .500 Sustltutos juege dol'programa entire ei e- grupo encuentran' Amrio y Ba, se
    asaN, Julio 23 (B.Q.)ncurrencia el cam-: rcuito Mayor p.m. en el Estadio Olimpico. Aracely ........... 2 2 .50 Clifton Innuo y G. Villarreal quipo do 10o ptofesores del I.is- PaeiflooJr. / Al effete e 'mM
    asa con al de las 118 lba G. P. PJe. Este match, es'dificil para las J. Granate ........ 2 ".51 ---- tituto Nacional y elConjunto uel Los Juegos para -el fin d.e e- s ha autaide emael
    Green, logr derrotar al Azteca .............. 4 0 1.000 aspiraciones india, ya que en CarloU Eleta ......... 2 .500 Exhibici6n -1eo .e maa ion: abadd;- Anc6ni Jr. Inlelar 1 a qo I
    Green logrb o dersota a Dragones .......... 4 2 .667 los dos choques anteriores han Grrallip Jr .......... 4 .000 Vicente Rais (boxeador) EBta& fnc16n deportiva seri a vs. dsi ntuatder; Domingo, Hisp.L- lebrae4 s eat. amm a
    e6n cubano depeso mos Granillo ............. 2 2 .500 empatado 5 y 1 carreras con aus -va-. beneftlb del bienestar eatu- no Jr. vs. Ambato y .Patfeiso Jr. revsta baradIsttlegs MhtIN
    .O.T.enelo.asaltoano-Fte. Patritico ..... 0 6 .000 contrarios de mafiana; los gra- En el double sabatino de la Carlos Barria (Luahador) -diantil. vs. America. liente.
    n esta ciudad. nlleros han reaccionado notsa ,Categoria Menor del Baaeball "
    pelea fue de las buenas Pr6ximos Jueros blemente con sus nuevos re- de la Liga de Santa Rita cele-
    uede decir que el desenla- Jueves fuerzos y nueva direcci6n, basta brad en el cuadro de Barraza
    debi6 mas que todo a un Dragones vs Fte. Patri6tico recorder el iltimo partldo don- los representatives de la Barria-
    accidental que ledi6 con; de vencieron holgadamente a da vencleron al Scarlets por *
    beza el local, hecho que Viernes lospoliticos del Frente. 6 a 5 logrando de esta manera
    i6 cuando los dos pigues Fte. Patri6tico vs Asteca Los mejicanos colocarAn en terminal con el Invicto. Resul-
    eeidos y con el fin de de- Ambos en el Estadio 4 p.m. el morrillo central a Silvestre taron factors decisivos en el
    ar todo el coraje que po- Barnett, uno de los pins nue- triunfo di la Barriada los no-
    en el quinto asalto se El Dep Azteca, actual lider nuevos del Torneo por au parte Yates egresados de la Liga In-
    ron endamlo que bien se pue de la just Mayor de la Liga la direcci6n del Granillo esco- fantil de Santa Rita,, el lanza-
    mar dame que te voy a de Baseball Santa Rita, tratarA gerA entire D. Urefia y J. BazAn dor L. Tapia, y el receptor CeS el prop6sltO de
    mafiana de aumentar sU mar- para terminar con el invicto de Melindez, quienes dominaron, ,
    trn pm eros ursto e gen, coq~.ih e..aytriullfo. ven- sus rivals. completamente a con : 'L "
    uraron much mas para V V. Lrorr e-* *..*,,r : '
    una ligera ventaja el cu-. A 8d 't r e t-i l '
    Plebb Sin Decidir El Campba qeonato venas rlo AZAR AtERYCA
    tmasiado peso de Green llo Jr. in el: sogundo lartido deo....B' "
    a much en el combat; I *- 1 Mu 1 u- la tarde; los Eleta usaron on
    vino el actor fatal y ei lDrow n la U et oa rloma tr e$ eroen
    mho obt Provincial Del Futhol M ayor p cooperrcon.
    na herida bastante pro- neros en el asiguieite orden, Para cooperar con el Qobiero NacionAl en su deseo de abaratar l cost de Ia vida, EL BAZA AMMU ANO
    oen la cea iuier Al protester el Huracin el juego que prdio con el raner 1.Joseph ofrece a su numerous dietela una venta especial de articulos a precious muy reduidos--
    dictamin6 que el cubano Ditrani por 3 a 2 mientras el Anc6n triunf6 por 6-1 tuniad de aduefarseel trun-IDADO
    odia continuar la lucha; LE: mal recorrido dolas
    Greeti pea 123 llbras y A pesar de que el Ditrani y jugadores Invadilndo el pfbli- o pero em recoLEA CON CUIrDADO:
    sin la ropa y el cubano e. Anc6n ganaron ayer sus res- co la cancha, quedahdo el jue-
    opa y todo peso sole 115 pectivos compromises, quedo sin go en receso unos 15 minutes. VESTI |AD 0 5
    perdiendo asi el naclo- decidir el Campeonato de Filt- El penal fu6 cobrado con 6xito P a ANTec8 A HORA
    forfeit de 50 balboas que bol de primera categoria de la para empatar el juego, y minu- Red Panamericana Iper ,pe, r
    tizaba el peso. Liga Provincial de Panama, al tos despuds al no ofrecer nin- "Celanese Haspel ...................... 22.0 15.00 2 .00
    rest de la cartilla gust6 protester el HuracAn el juego guna resistenci, el Huracan, tiene los mejores Vestids blancos aspel............... 5017.50 30.00
    o a la concurrencia y to- que perdid rent a los italia- logr6 el Ditrani anotar el goal Vestidos Hde hilo Hal ............... 22.50 .50 44.00
    s peleas se decidieron por nos por 3 a 2 en forma acci- que le dl6 la victoria, obtenien- rVestids HaspelPSiPr eme'ltra" ..... 250 4.50 44.00
    del hocaut despuds de re- dentada. do un triunfo sin gloria y que- Vestido Hasp ...................29.50 26.50 4.00
    comLates y salieron airo- dando la duda de este resulta- i Vestidos Famous Sternberg.......... 32.50 28.50 55.00
    el colonense Pedro Tesis Desde el primer tiempo los do. C MPREDinner Jacket aspel ............... 32.50 5.00 9.00
    Sgano por KO. al capita- Novatos del Huracan presiona- Arana con dos goles y Ran- COMPRE...
    Melvin Bone en el cuarto ron fuertemente y controlaron gel con uno fueron los marca- MED IAS
    ; Leslie Tompson super el ataque del Ditrani, termi- dores del Ditrani y Carrasco y Medias de nlon ...................1.00 0.75 1.25
    a misma via a su rival nando el primer tempo 2 a 1 Berrio anotaron per el Hura- Medias de t .ln ..................... 1.00 0.75 1.60
    Escudero y luego Silvestre a favor del Huracan. Durante can. Medias de aeda ura ........ 1. 5 110 15.95- 05
    ce con fulminante izquier- l. mayor part de la segunda En "el segundo encuentro de PROTEJAM08 LA MediaL Ge seda pura..............1.75 1.10 1.95
    ab6 con las esperanzas de etapa el score no vario, pero I tarde, el Anc6n se impuso INDUSTRIA NACIONAL! Pantalones de baflo .................. 5.50 4.75 8.50 -
    en Bennett en el segundo faltando unos diez minutes pa- amplianente al Ibdrico por 6 AT '
    _ __.__ ra finallzar el juego el arbitro tantos a 1. La primera jornada BA AS f
    Cardales castigo al Huracan termin6 empatada a un tanto, Batas de baflo tropicales ............ 13.50 6.50 11.00
    entes equipos con un penal, falta que fue pero en el segundo tempo, los Batas de oalo troplcalea ............ 18.00 8.50 15.00
    11 s e iu s o protestada energicamente por anconistas preslonaron fuerte- Batas de baoo tropicales ............ 36.00 10.50 18.00
    piten n e considerarse injusta, provocan- mente para triunfar holgada- L, Batas de bafo lana ................ 35.00 13.50 25.00
    IpI ell e1 cIdo dsto una reyerta entire los mente; anotaron Martinez, Al- : _
    ke Anetn zamora, BuckneA, Amaya, y VTat.. piaticos................. 1. 95 3.00
    rIngeneria .i Arosemena (2) por el Anctn y 0 Camsas o ...o.....................25 0.95 1.75.
    TON, Julio 21 (Correspon- Ing ni a venco Abel Ortega marc el tanto del S ,:
    Valiosas unidades tienen Iberico, para resultar el mayor SOMBREROS
    Sfilas los oequipos que p a Medicina en el anotador el Campeonat ue- orsaino ........................17. 100 1 6 .00
    ue se celebra en esta po- go de ayer, y la Liga decidira Dobbs de Paja ....................2.. .10 7. 5 1 .50
    n6minas de estos quin- b k d e Un ,laut -aan N SACOS SPORT ......................... 17.50 7.5 r14.00 *
    son las sigulentes: 2 5 6 B h MI mo i 6.00 10.00 14.00,
    Deportivo Estacion En los juegos celebrados el 2Mw.50 12.50 22.00
    ierto Bernal, Capitan, Ol- sabado pasado de la Liga de A O A C n
    del Rosario. Samuel Co- Basketball internal de la Uni- "' -'* AA.
    Rosa Betancourt, Camilo versidad de Panama, el quinte- P A NTAS L 0 Ny ET r ,ca.. 7 1 100 5 9 0 0
    ndez, Director, Marcelo to de la Facultad de Ingenieria C -* uper Gab C Tropical ........ 7.50 y 10.00... 6 .00 0."
    illo. Corcio Arnaez, Victor derroto al de Medicina por 48 Hasplt e Celanese Str Preme ..... 8.00 10.00
    do. a 41, en un partido de gran 8| Sir Ultra .......................... 10.00 8.2 15.00 *
    eportivo Lolito Patiio emotividad. H aqut la r.o.e- a. un m4dtco, Xtlrd .
    n Rangel. Capitan, Papito Mientras que aver Domingo n... ho,'a auede obtenerse en Ii 0oL '.


    Patricio Sanchez, Alber- el equipo de la Facultad de De- farmacias & un c *tO In"fio,Ql*
    rez Director. Ignacio Pin- recho venci6 al de Educaclin "n.s'd lf d e l trtam in- "o
    Arnoldoe Sanchoz Alejan- por 34 a 28. n .o tromuremedo. pco no EL BAZAR AMERICANO EL BAZAR AMERICANO, Di ,,qulp
    Deportivo Regis En los parindos de Volibol tn edo e ll hi er dasminC n *I el-caballero do todo i rMjor",,ayuW a slu
    co Fernandez Tmo Gon- Facultad de AdminLstraclun Proporcion rdo vllo l TI ron, M.PANAMA-lA c ta m A 1 cionar la present risis arntd f.-
    Capitan. Ricardo Fernan- enclo el sabado a Ingenier ,abceSo..v 6 iersag. sou cei6n n mportd S mosa linear a preci sI malk)&Mo.
    Enrique Samaniego. Diree- por 15 a 9 y 15 1 7 Ayer diu- au etferrmndado cutAtneM 8 muy COLON-Frei te a le a fd p.
    odolfn Soli.s. Felix Ranel mlngo el equipo de Educaci6n rtea.., la ploAn del ecsema cema Nuestroe macmenes n Colon y Ave. Central le boIslilos.
    'ile sdeeds luefo. "a '___________hasteW_8.00_pm.
    n Alvaradn Gilberto Tu- vencio al de la Facultad de Puede used obtener .l Aeelt* aaropulos, at.m tbl rt hasta Ia .00 p.m. .
    IsmRel Morales, Manolo Ciencias Puras por 15 a 12 y 15 inmersald Moons cone ntrado en
    Scualqulera sarmmd moh Tder REPARTO A DOMICILIO .
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    para el progress de la clen-
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    El anest6dsaico usado en los ex-
    perimentos dirigidos por el Dr.
    Nicholas J. GOlarman y sus cornm-
    pafieros de la Escuela de Me-
    dicina de la Universidad de Ya-
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    utiliza epecialmentoe en la ci-
    rugisa menor. Las pruebas fue-
    ron hechas con ratas. El pe-
    riodo normal de Insensiblldad
    res de cinco minutes, pero con
    VIEJO MODELO--La dpl la administraci6n del antabuse


    ties y escultural Judy- Rowe
    .no quiere saber nada de los
    nuevos. models do traj det
    bafio. Dice que preftere ute
    model a la antigus.


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    *HOY! ,
    SARA GARCIA
    ANGEL GARASA
    GUSTAVO ROJO
    Cormalito Gonz6oez
    on.




    Ina Divei tidlsima Comedlal

    * J U.EVE S
    La pelicula que iegark a mu
    corazon, y le harat vere la-
    grimas de ternura...


    fue possible prolongarlo hasta
    cuatro horas, o mas.
    EFo se obtuvo suministran-
    do el antabuse por tres dias
    Iantes de suministrar el thio-
    pental.
    La teoria es que el anta-
    buse actia en formia que de-
    tiene o amortigua ciertos pro-


    0U IM a estd protegido contra irri-
    taciones de Ia piel y sa1pullido,
    cuando se Ie espolvo-
    reaTalco Johnson para
    nifAos. Es puro,, suave,
    refrescante. to mejor
    pmra elito...ILome-. teft


    *:J U EVES *
    Un Estreno quo tocard
    su sentimiento!
    Un amor que s.e agita en
    caniones y los md nove-
    dosos pasos de Matmbo ...
    Entre ihvsioneS. y realida-
    des . Entre la dicha y
    la desdicha...!


    * CHACHITA
    * Freddy FERNANDEZ
    * DOMINGO SOLER
    * MATILDE PALOU

    D6hde cree Ud.-que hay mDas REODY PRNANOEZ
    bondadrentre los ricos o en- OSCAR PULIDO
    tre los pobres? con TOA LA NEGRA


    DEMDE EL--.

    JUEVES |

    La Inigualable comprefil6n
    que de la condlci6n huma-
    na tiene
    * W. SOMERSET
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    con JEAN SIMMONS'
    Anne Crawford Ronald
    Culvec Niel Patark
    James Hayter J -
    Tres histortas... trees situaclo-
    nes. Romance, ironia y dramaIl


    La accl6n de la droga contra
    el alcohol se cree que es de-
    bida a su inhibicl6n de la oxi-
    dacl6n normal de esta substan-
    cia. Pero para sacar nuevas
    conclusions es Indi spensabli
    practicar otros experiments en
    mamiferos de varledades mis
    altas que las ratas.



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    cha. En tod0 case,
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    oprovd6indo sus
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    POR LAS NUBES...
    QUE....
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    SE ENCUENTRA...
    PAMPLINAS!
    Cuando pademos reir y ol-
    vidar todas estas penas...
    VIENDO A
    ROSITA QUINTANA
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    pre-estreno el 4 de jullo, el
    Teatro Lux anuncia para el
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    gular de la aplaudida come-
    dia de Judy 4Holllday, la mejor
    actriz del aflo: "Nacida Aye;"



    S EVES ESTRENOAL
    JUEVES ESTRENO!


    eei6n al
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    VICTOR MATURE
    5 TERRY MOORE
    WILLIAM DENDIX


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    (Born Yesterday), en i
    secundan brillantemente
    estrella, los popularesa
    William Holden y Br*
    Crawford.
    "Nacida Ayer" es la h
    jocosa e Ingenlosa, de us
    bla ex-corista, rica, linda
    ta. a la que el amor at
    ojos ensefiandole cos am
    pechadas. Lo m&asdivertio
    se ha puesLo en celuloidl
    que todo el mupdo ha ;
    do. Y naturalmente, Judy
    lllday se ha ganado al-I
    de Panama. tal coma
    al de Easados Unidoa y
    moso "Oscar". de la Ail
    de Hollywood.

    RED PANAMERIC

    tiene los

    mejores prograI


    TEASENTI

    PBE5ENTAIN


    CENTRAL
    Tands.: _t:15, 2:,4:47, 6:4, 5:
    Dick Powell Rhonda Fleming.
    en -
    Un Drama Pixtolerol
    "PELIGRO"
    AdemsAs: FA Corto nuevo:
    'TLUTO Y- LA TORTUGA"

    - TEATROS L(xy 3 X
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    (ESTRENO SMi TANEO)
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    * gIMuLTANnAMaNTEl *
    VARIEDADES y
    PRESIDENT
    Zully Moreno
    Arturo de
    C6rdeva
    en Ia gran
    produccl6n
    "Maria Montewristo"

    R 0 P C A L -


    BELLA VIS-'A
    Tandas: 3:00, 4:50, -GOO."
    UNA COMEDIA SEqBACIONAWl
    Adoptaron un Mono y. queda e
    todos haclendo monaierla .
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    con Ronald R
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    BONZO"
    eagian IM Lu


    David Brhin Arlene Dahl
    Barry Sullivan, en
    "EL ULTIMO NAIPE"
    VIvia 6lo para el uego...
    Y les6 su ltima carta...I!


    TEATRO ENCANTO
    Alre Acondiclonado
    Bing Crosby, en
    "EL AMOR VIGILA"
    Gene Tierney, en
    *'CASADO Y CON DOS
    SUEGRAS".
    con John Lurid

    TEATRO TIVOLI
    Alan Ladd Mona TFreeman, en
    "EL HIJO QUE VUELVE"
    John Payne Maureen
    O'Hara, en
    ""|RIPOLI"

    TEA TRO IRIS
    Gloria Marin Victor Junco. en
    "Mujer de Medianoche"
    Mlroslava Fernando FernAndez
    en -
    "La Muerte Enamorada"
    HISPANO _
    Tin-Tan, en'
    "Al Ml AMOR COMO ME
    HAS PUESTO"
    F "PARA Q4E LA CUSA
    APR .,...


    ROOSEVELT


    TEATRO CAPITOL.
    George Raft Coleen Gray .
    en -
    ,HAGAN JUEGO SESORE"
    Ademr s: .
    Betty Grable .- Dan Dailey ;
    en -
    "AMORES EN TOKIOm

    TEAtRO EDISON.
    Burt Lancaster., n .
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