The Panama American

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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:
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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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01180

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^DABLT NEWSPAPI*
AN INDEPENDE^
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe** Abraham Lincoln.
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TWENTY-SIXTH TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Reds Believed Set To Provide
Ceasefire Solution Tomorrow
NEGOTIATING A SMILE Gen. Nam II, North, Korean who
is the chief Communist negotiator at Kaesong, smiles broadly
as he waits (or his aides to enter the conference house. This
was before one of the sessions between Communists and UN
representatives.

(NBA Telephoto)
LADY IN RED UNIFORMA North Korean girl soldier hands
a field telephone to a male Communist officer in the Com-
munist communication center near the conference house in
Kaesong. The Reds had several girls in uniform on their
itaff at the conference site.
Panam Airline To
Extend Services
To Coln, David
Aviacin General, 8. A., a Pa-
namanian corporation operating
feederllne and general aviation
service throughout the Republic,
announced today that Its repre-
sentatives have left for the
United States to bring back sev-
eral larger planes in .order to
permit increased service to the
San Bias and Darlen regions of
Panama.
The company also pla a a
new service to Colon, where the
airport has recently been open-
ed to all types of Panamanian
Registry planes in order to bet-
ter serve the Free Port Zone.
This additional flying equip-
ment will also be utilized to
establish regular daily flight
services between David and
Puerto Armuelles,, and charter
flights to any-of the surrounding
airfields in that area.
Aviacin General, S. A., has al-
ready established an additional
base In the Central Provlncas,
to supplement the present base
at Santiago application has been
made for ground radio stations
at all bases.
Several of the new planes will
be -five-place Stinson planes,
which are especially safe and
adaptable to use on the smaller
fields of Panama. It Is also
planned to purchase several
more Piper Pacers, which are
now used so widely on the very
small fields In Panama,
* *
Patrols Test Reds
Stomach For Fight
Dive bombing Shooting Stars
attacked Kandong rail yards.
At least 40 Red vehicles were
ed Nations
night.
Red Cross Launches
$5 Million Drive
For Flood Relief
New Orleans Court
Reverses CZ Ruling
On $25,000 Suit
8TH ARMY HQ., July 24 (UP)
United Nations patrols pushed
more than three miles Into Com-
munist territory today, testing
the Communist will to fight on
the eve of the resumption of the
Kaesong ceasefire talks.
The deepest penetrating was
made north of the Hwachon re-
sevoir on the eastern front.
Other patrols penetrated deep-
ly northeast of Kumhwa, one
anchor of the'old Iron Triangle.
In neither area was there any
effective contact with the Com-
munist front line.
Rt tu. p.,.- ..n* ,.* natrni.' To help'care for the 45,880 fa-
in some sectors P mines affected by Midwest floods,
the American Red Cross has
Four waves of Superforts blast-
ed Sariwon rail Junction as the
cu Dciiouii :i jinn-nun s me raip s non non
Air Force took over the brunt of ,, ,'^,0 r
the United Nations offensive.
CZ Revenue Office
Lists Setup For
Getting Tax Refund
Tanks Keep Order
As Reds Defy Iran
Demonstration Ban
New Rail Terminal In Panama
Still Depends On Site Choice

The question of a suitable site,
ior the relocation ol the Pana-
ma Railroad station, terminal
facilities and yards has been
discussed from time to time by
the governments of Panama and
the United States, but no con-
clusion has been reached on the
matter, a US embassy spokes-
man said today.
Under the 12-polnt General
Relations Agreement of May 18,
1942, between the two countries,
-----------'---------------------------------
N. Y. Reception
Planned For CZ.
Little Leaguers
A big reception Is being plan-
ned when the Little Leaguers
arrive In New York, according
tu a cable received from Captain
J. Uldrlek aboard the Cristobal.
Uldrlck, who is on his way to
attend the Army's Public In-
formation School, said there
were a few slight cases of sea-
sickness, but that now "all was
well."
"Little Leaguers aboard the
Cristobal are working out dally,
and enjoying the ship's facilities
such as the pool and playdeck"
the cable stated.
P
American Pays
$15 For Falling
Asleep At Wheel
FalHnr asleep at the wheel
cost John Russell Hare, a 41-
year-old American $15 this
morning. He was fined in the
Balboa Magistrate's Court for
"rccklesa driving."
Hare was driving his ear on
the road from C o e v I i to
Thatcher Highway when he fell
asleep. His car zigzagged from
the right of the road iharplv to
the left. Frank Arthur Ellis,
driver of a baa travelling from
Locona to Cocoli. noticed the
ear. and to avoid an accident,
swerved Ms has to the left of
the road and pulled into a
Meta.
the United States agreed to
comply with the wishes of the
Republic regarding the transfer
of the station and its apuurten-
ances to another location. This,
however, was subject to the
making available without cost
to the United States of a new
site deemed suitable for the pur-
pose by the two governments.
The site matter took on fresh
interest with the announcement
In Washington that the Assistant
Secretary of Defense, Daniel
Edwards, has asked Congress to
pass legislation to authorize the
Panama Canal Company to
make the change and to appro-
priate $4,500,000 to cover the to-
tal cost to the United States of
the relocation.
Enabling legislation and funds
to carry It out are necessary
before arrangements can be
completed.
Pedro Miguel
Theater Opening
Is Postponed
The hew Pedro Miguel Theater
will not open on July 27 as pre-
viously announced.
Because of unforeseen dif-
ficulties in completing the re-
modeling of the building, the
opening will be postponed.
The new theater will be placed
In operation as soon as possible '
but the exact date Is not now i
known.
Motion pictures will be shown
on Friday and Saturday nights'
at the Pedro Miguel Gymnasium I
as usual until the remodeled
theater Is opened.
and police and soldiers with
fixed bayonets cordoned off Pa -
llament when 800 Communist
"Partisans of Peace" defied the
government ban on denronstra-
tions.
However the demonstration
was orderly.
Meanwhile an Iranian memo-
randum offering to re-open
negotiations with the Anglo-
Iranian Oil Company was hand-
Witi the slent ture bv Pres- ed ^ tne British Ambassador
ident Truman vesterdav of the nere' slr Francla Shepherd, by
Re%nd^TirtoneaiU"aterdretroacttlve ^ru^nr.f "?far{m1a"ovPresldent
income tax, Internal Revenue Tr^aan* K'1 nne!^' matnn
officials on the Isthmus an- The coriUrnt-s of the memo-
nounced procedure bv which ndum were not officially re-
TEHERAN, July 24 (UP1-
Nlneleen tanks rumbled through
.*!i USE? "^^.^fiL^^'^ToVR^UvVirAVeTu^'vo:
The United States Court of Ap-
peals In New Orleans has revers-
ed the decision of the District
Court of the Canal Zone In the
$5,000 damage suit filed by an
*&yin?r h? boniber. tail i Amerlca C0UP e aalnst the Pa"
1 nama Coca Cola Bottling Com-
pany.
The New Orleans decision sta-
ted that the District Court ruling
(lack of Jurisdiction) "is reversed
and remanded," and the case now
will come up for trial.
The suit against Coca Cola was
originally filed in 1849 by Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph E. Car mack. It
grew out of an accident In which
Mrs. Carmack was severely In-
jured when crushed between her
car and a truck of the bottling
company.
Judge Joseph J. Hancock pre-
viously ruled that the Canal
Zone court had no Jurisdiction
since the accident took place on
Front Street In Colon, outside the
Canal Zone.
Donald J. McNevin, attorney,
for the Carmacks. appealed the
decision.
No date has beea set for the
trial.
launched a nationwide drive to
organization's first
general disaster fund appeal
since the 1938 New England hur-
ricane.
F. H. Lerchen, Chairman of the
Canal Zone Chapter of the Red
Cross, announced today that all
donations made to the Canal
Zone Chapter will be forwarded
promptly to National Headquart-
ers for use In the flood area. Con-
tributions may be made at the
Chapter office located near the
Civil Affairs Building, Balboa
Heights, or at the Cristobal of-
PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 24 (UP) "Some kind of
deal" will be worked out with the Communists when cease*
fire talks resume in Kaesong tomorrow morning, informed
quarters here believe.
They feel the Communists might come back to the
conference table not only with new views on the key issue
of the withdrawal of all foreign troops from Korea, but
with new and full instructions on the whole problem of
bringing the Korean war to an end.
It is speculated that perhaps the Chinese were insist-
ing on the withdrawal of foreign troops because they want-
ed to get their so-called "volunteers" out of Korea, and
needed a good face saving excuse.
If the Communists come back with a desire to agree,
or if they present an acceptable compromise, it is believed
that an agenda for formal armistice talks can be com*
pleted rapidly.
The talks proper could then get under way with little
loss of time.
those who have paid the 1950
tax may claim a refund.
All persons from whom ac-
counts have been collected, or
partly collected, may file their
claims for refund, Form 843.
In the local office of Internal
Revenue at the Balboa Club-
house, with the Collector of In-
ternal Revenue in Jacksonville.
Florida, or the Collector of the
District, In which the return was
I filed. These claims for refund
I should be filed In duplicate.
The Internal Revenue office
In Balboa Clubhouse will be
open from 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m.,
except for the noon hour, Mon-
day through Friday, to assist
taxpayers in completing their
claims for refunds. The forms
on which the claims are made
are available at the local office.
Taxpayers who had income
from sources within the Canal
Zone and from other sources
may file an amended return,
Form 1040. and claims for the
portion of the tax which has
been overpaid.
Interest.will be paid at the
rate of six per cent per year on
the amount of the refund. It
will be computed from the date
of the overpayment to a period
not to exceed 30 days precedelng
the date of the refund check.
USS Rockwall's
536 Sailors Get
Leave Till Sailing
The USS Rockwall, which dock-
ed yesterday morning at Rodman
will leave for Norfolk, Virginia
tomorrow at 8 a.m .
The complement of 538 men
will be granted shore liberty until
they leave.
The vessel, a 12.450-ton attack
transport* Is en route from San
Diego.
Mary A. Waters
Dies At Corgas
Mrs. Mary A. Waters, widow of
John T. Waters, died in Gorgas
hospital yesterday morning a few
hours after being admitted as a
patient.
Funeral services. Including a
high requiem mass, will be held
on Thursday morning at St.
Mary's Church In Balboa. On
Wednesday evening there will be
a small service between 6 and 8
p.m. at Gorgas Hospital Chapel.
Mrs. Waters is survived by two
daughters, Miss Muriel P. Wat-
ers, an employe of the United
States Embassy in Panam, and
Miss Lucille A. Waters of the
Canal Zone.
$218 Million Carrier
Contract Let By Navy
Headquarters. Fifteenth Naval
District has announced that the
U.8. Navy hag awarded a con-
tract for construction of a 59.900-
ton flush-deck aircraft carrier
with a retractable bridge. This
new floating air base will cost a-
bout $218 million and will be 1,-
040 feet long and 252 feet wide.
leased, but It Is reported to con-
tain four demands:
1) That the company should
pay $56,000,000 to the Iranian
Government:
21 That the company recog-
nize Iran's nationalization of
the oil Industry.
Points 3 and 4 are said to
deal with the sale and distribu-
tion of the oil.
Meanwhile Foreign Minister
Mohamed All Varasteh told Par-
liament that the National Bank
was so short of foreign exchange
the Iranian Government could
no longer Issue Import ^permits.
Newspaper Thief
Out On Probation
Gets 30 Days
Luis Antonio Chantrell, an 18-
year-old Panamanian, was sen-
tenced to 30 days imprisonment
in the afternoon session of the
Balboa Magistrate's Court yes-
terday on a charge of petit lar-
ceny. .
Chantrell, alias Agustin Sunl-
gan, stole 120 newspapers In Bal-
boa belonging to Randolph Dou-
bldad. He had previously been
sentenced to serve two years in'
the penitentiary and was releas-
ed on probation for a- period of
three years, for a similar charge
of petft larceny, following an
earlier conviction on the same
count.
unteer workers will call for the
contributions If the donors will
cal] Balboa 3669 or Cristobal 1671.
The fund campaign opened
with a letter from President Tru-
man to Red Cross President E.
Roland Harriman in which Mr.
Truman called upon "all Amer-
icans" to contribute "at least
$5,000,000 through their local Red
Cross chapter?, to aid our flood-
stricken fellow citizens In Kan-
sas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Il-
linois.
"The act under which the $25,-
000.000 authorized by Congress
will be expended specifies that
the responsibilities of the Red
Cross shall not be limited or in
any way affected." the President
pointed out. "There Is a vital job
to be done by the Red Cros..
That Job Is with peoble, with
those whose lives have been so
dislocated by their flood losses
that, without help, they cannot
get back on their feet."
US Ship Transfer
To Panam Banned
By Proposed
WASHINGTON, July 24 (UP)
The Senate yesterday approv-
ed a new measure aimed at
prohibiting the transferring of
merchant ships from the Unit-
ed States flag to other countries.
Senator Warren Magnuson.
who presented the bill charged
that "U. S. ship owners have
been evading taxes by transfer-
ring their ships to the Pana-
manian flag," adding that this
Is "growing evil' 'which is "dry-
ing up the U. 8. merchant fleet."
Magnuson said that this prac-
tice is so general now that Pa-
nama has the fourth largest
merchant fleet In the world.
The proposed bill forbids the
sale or transfer of ships under
the U. S. flag to any foreign
country without the written ap-
proval of the Secretaries of De-
fense, Commerce, and State.
Argentine Cadet
Ship Runs Aground
In Danish Harbor
COPENHAGEN, July 24 (UP)
Four big Danish tugboats are
trying to get the 6,100-ton Argen-
tine cadet training ship Pueyr-
rendon afloat from a shoal south
of the entrance to Copenhagen
harbor.
The Pueyrrendon, which was
scheduled to pay an official visit
to the Danish capital, ran
aground yesterday after one of
Its propellars got entangled with
the anchor cable of a light and
bell buoy marking the channel.
Fishermen at Dragoer, south
of Copenhagen, said the Argen-
tine legation in Copenhagen had
asked the Dragoer pilot station,
and boat owners there, not to put
boats at the disposal of Press
photographers who planned to
take pictures of the grounded
warship.
These requests were rejected.
Almost all Danish papers,
which up to now have not men-
tioned the official visit of the
Argentine warship, today carried
pictures of the Pueyrredon
aground, and commented ironic-
ally on the accident.
One Liberal paper said it was
poor publicity for President Pe-
rn.
A Social Democrat paper cap-
tloned the picture of the ground-
ed warship: "If President Peron
had had his way our readers
would never have -seen this pic-
ture or read the stoy."
A Radio Pyongyang broadcast
today said: "The Korean people
firmly demand the withdrawal
of all foreign troops."
It charged that 8outh Korean
forces started the Korean war by
invading North Korea at the In-
citement of the United States.
It added: 'Today, when the
United States Government is in a
position of having to carry on
ceasefire talks, representatives of
Ridgway and United States mili-
tary men are attempting to have
us certify that the United States
must for an unlimited period
keep troops In Korea.
"Undoubtedly the United
States Imperialists are hoping to
Storm Whips Off
Arequipa Roofs
AREQUIPA. Peru, July 24 (UP)
Winds of hurricane force buf-
feted this mountain city for 12
hours today, leaving six. persons
Injured, A combination of a hur-
ricane and dust storm ripped the
rqof.s off houses in the poorer
section of the city, and blocked
many streets with fallen trees.
Suntan Sole Costume as 550
Parade, Crown King, Queen
BATTLE CREEK. Mich., July "election" parade as 550 other and socks, addressed the group
4 (UP). The coronation of unclothed delegate.' 'o the four- on "Getting Back to Nature.'*
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Adams of day central associ / n conven- "This is the form in which
Battle Creek as King and Queen tion looked on. V.,ing was by we were made," he said, "and
of the Central Sunbathing As- applause. there's no better way of com-
soclatlon came off without a munlng with nature than in
hitch and without clothes "There might have been more shedding our clothes... tossing
today. candidates for the title If It away all so-called modesty...
The pair. In their thirties and wasn't for our rule that any- and letting each other know
dressed in nothing but their one taking part in the parade that we are ui.'ashamed."
deep tan complexions, sat side- must agrc-c to pose for a photo- Before breaking camp, the
by-slde in steamer chairs un- grapher." Knapp said. sunbathers re-elected James C.
der a big oak tree as floral- The Adamses own Sunsfflne Cosslns, Minneapolis. Minn., as
wreath crowns were placed on Gardens near here where the president of the central assocla-
their heads by Alois Knapp of convention opened Thursday, tion. Mrs. Evelyn Zimmerman,
Chicago, former president of the They were unofficial hosts to Coal Valley. 111., was re-ap-
Amerlcan Sunbathing Associa- the four-day assembly. pointed secretary, and Mrs.
tion. Preceding today's crowning ce- Adams was named treasurer to
Mr. and Mrs. Adams were se- remony. the nudists attended succeed hej husband.
Iected for the honor from a field undenominational religious ser- The assembly voted to hold
of 39 men, women and chldren vices In a body. next year's convention at Zoro
of all ages who took part In an Knapp, wearing only shoes Nature .Park nu Roselawn, Ind.
Giant Steel Plant
Built In Europe
Begins Production
PORT TALBOT, Wales, July 24
Europe's biggest steel mill, a
4(2 mile-long giant built with the
help of Marshall Aid. is now be-
ginning production.
Machinery was this week set in
motion which will produce 1,250,-
000 tons of sheet steel and tin-
plate a year. Nearly 20,000 tons
of American machinery, costing
$20,000,000 are Incorporated In
the plant, which is called Abbey
Works.
The plant covers 600 acres a-
long the Bristol Channel. Altoge-
ther It cost 60,000,000 $168,000.000
and took four years to build.
Plans for its construction were
first made in 1937 by four of
Britain's largest steel companies.
The war Intervened but the
huge works, employing 8,000 men
Is ready to turn out 300 miles of
80-lnch steel a week.
At the opening ceremony Hugh
Galtskell. Britain's Chancellor of
the Exchequer, said "Marshall
Aid found us the dollars to pay
for much of the plant. We shall
always remember with deep gra-
titude the help our American
friends gave us."
The completion of this tremen-
dous project, launched four years
ago when the economic prospect
was hard and bleak and cheerless,
said the Chancellor, was not
merely an epoch making event
for Wales; It was symbolic of
what had been achieved by the
British people as a whole by hard
work, by restraint, by faith and
by courage during the difficult
years since the end of the war.
expand their munitions produc-
tion and gain huge monopolistic
profits."
It said the Communists wanted
foreign troops to leave Korea "to
banish a danger that war would
break out again after a cease-
fire."
United Nations circles regard
the broadcast as propaganda:
They said it was significant
that the broadcast did not pre-
dict the failure of the Kaesong
meetings.
Nothing had been heard direct
from the enemy since Saturday
when liaison officers agreed on
safe passage to Pyongyang for
the Communist team going north
to get new Instructions from
higher up.
The Reds were to notify th#
United Nations negotiating team
when their convoy would return
from Pyongyang so the bomb-
shattered road would be safe for
them.
By early today no such word
had reached this U.N. camp in
an apple orchard south of Kae-
song. Allied planes still were
free to attack anything moving
over the highway from Pyong-
yang -'
But the Peace Camp was man*
ned fully, and alert for radio-
telephone word from the Com-
munists. U.S. Army Signal Corpa
soldiers keeping a 24-hour vigil at
their end of the line made the
last contact with the Reds at 10
p.m. Monday.
A soft voiced Chinese girl at
the Communist end checked out
for the night with the report:
"We have no communication for
you."
British Plane On
'Roof Of World'
Flight To Alaska
LONDON, July 24 (UP) The
four engined British bomber
Aries, carrying much secret
equipment; took off from Iceland
today for Fairbanks, Alaska,
flying the "roof of the world"
route along which Russian at-
tack on Canadian and United
States cities might come.
Special Navy Plane
Leaves Naples With
Body Of Sherman
NAPLES, July 24 (UP) A
special plane bearing the body
of Admiral Forrest P. Sherman
left here for Washington today
shortly after the late United
States Chief of Naval Operation*
was honored in a simple sea-
borne memorial ceremony.
An honor guard of United
States sailors and Italian service-
men stood stiffly at attention as
the four-englned naval plan*
dipped Its wings over Naples' ca-
podichlno airport In a final tri-
bute and set out across the Medi-
terranean.
The plane, scheduled to travel
via Port Lyautey, French North
Africa, the Azores and New
foundland, Is due in Washington
tomorrow.
Final plans for the burial of
the 54-year-old admiral In the
Arlington National cemetery a-
wait the wishes of his wife.
Old West Indian Dies
On Trail Near Home
David Baxter, a 70 year old
native of Dominica. B.W.I.. was
found dead Saturday morning,
lying on a trail near his resid-
ence in the Loma Bracho Area.
Cristobal.
Baxter had been subject to
epileptic seizures, two having oc-
curred last week.
The attending physician attri-
buted death to old age and over-
exertion.
Reds Claim US
Jets Shot Down
Over Manchuria
TOKYO, July U (CD-
Radio Peiping claimed to-
day that seven out of eight
United States jet lighters
were shot down by the Red
Chinese air force Saturday
when they "penetrated
deeply" into Manchurian
territory.
The radio said the United
States planes crossed into
.Manchurian territory at
8:29 a. m. and flew towards
Mukden and later toward
the Lioyang area.


Mot rwo
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1B51
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
UNITED FRUIT.COMPANY
Great While Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Hibueras .................,.................'uly
S.S. Levers Bend ...............................Aug. S
S.S. I'hiriqui ..................................Aug. 5
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................Auf. 19
(lUndllnj Rrfrlferaltd Chilled and General Carga)
Arrives
New York Freight Service_____________Cristbal
S.S. Maya ......................................July 2S
S.S. fmpe Avinof ................................Aug. 5
S.S. Cape Ann ................................. An. 12
S.S. Cape Cod ..................... ............Auf. It
Wrekl; Sailing la New lork. Um Amele. Sen rranrlico nllle
Ocraalonal Sailing* lo New Orlaam* and Moblla
(The Steaaaera In this lervlre are limited I twelve aMMafan)
?'requent rrlghl a II in p dom Crletobal lo Weal Coail Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via .^m
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala________________Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqui ....................................Aur 7
S.S. Chiriqui ........ (Passenger Service Only) Aut 21
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 21X1 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 2*
BARBER-LINE
ACCEPTING PASSENGERS FOR:
LOS ANGELES
and
SAN FRANCISCO
by
MS. "TUDOR"
SAILING JULY 28th
(Every room with private bathroom)
C. B. FENTON & Co., Inc.
Tel. Cristobal 1781 Balboa 1065.
BARBER-WILHELMSEN LINE
ACCEPTING PASSENGERS FOR:
new York
by
MS. "TUNGUS"


SAILING JULY 26th
(Every room with private bathroom)
C. Be FENTON & Co., Inc.
Tel. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
MAERSK LINE
accepting passengers for
NEW YORK
by
M.S. "ELLEN MAERSK"
SAILING JULY 28TH.
(Every room with private bathroom)
C. B. FENTON & Co., Inc.
Tel. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065.
Knutsen Line
accepting passengers for
ANTWERP AND SCANDINAVIAN PORTS
by
M.S. "MARGRETHE BAKKE"
sailing Julv 27tb.
M.S. "OGEKA," sailing August 10th.
(All rooms with private bathroom)
C. B. FENTON & Co., Inc.
Tel. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065.
Dog Tired Dave!
David wat a but) fellow
shopping never left him mellow
Worn out, weary, tired and brave.
Whi not read our Want Ads. Dave':
Shipping & AirLine News
TERRYA
JUST TOURISTS?
"Berganger" Brings Visitor
The Vice-president ot the In-
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of San Francisco. Erik Krag ar-
rived today aboard the Bergan-
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twins. Sally and Erik. The ship is
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Panagra will next week mark
the 20,000th crossing of the Equa-
tor by Panagra planes, according
to an announcement made by
company officials.
This figure Includes scheduled
flights only. It was added, and
does not take Into account train-
ing and other special flights
which have been made over the
equator.
Panagra's first e q u a t o r ial
flight was made on May 4, 1929
during a scheduled trip from Li-
ma to Cristobal. Panama. The
aircraft used then was a Fair-
child single-engine plane with
capacity for six passengers. The
flying time was four days, with
overnight stops at Talara, Sali-
nas and Tumaco.
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four-engine El Inter Americano,
overnight express flight between
Miami and Buenos Aires, takes
less than six hours to fly between
Lima and Panama.
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plane with government officials
and other invited guests aboard.
Andrew B. Shea, president o Pa-
nagra, will be in Quito for the
occasion and will act as host on
the special flight.
"Rangitoto" Arriving Thursday
Local agent for the Rangito-
to. Norton Lilly and Co., an-
nounce that the ship will dock
Thursday in Balboa and the 400
passengers will be-given shore
liberty. The Rangitoto is book-
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BY OSWALD JACOBY
East made an unusual defen-
sive play In the hand shown to-
day. He could iiave made a com-
fortable, routine lead to make de-
clarer ruff. Instead he made the
most uncomfortable possible lead
which happened to be the only
way to set the contract. Let's see
how he worked It out in his
mind.
West opened the three of clubs
on the theory that he was not
going to get many chances to
lead. If his partner and dummy
both had brokon club strength,
the club lead might well be the
decisive move of the defense.
As It happened, the opening
lead did no particular good.
Dummy played low, East Incau-
tiously put up the ace, and South
dropped the deuce. East realized
that South must still have the
jack of clubs (otherwise he would
have played oar of dummy's high
clubsi and that the Jack must be
alone since West's lead was obvi-
ously a fourth-best choice.
East laid down the ace of dia-
monds and continued the suit.
South ruffing. Declarer returned
the Jack of spades, knocking out
East's king. East then led an-
other diamond, forcing South to
ruff again.
South next led the ten of
spades, knocking out East's ace.
And now East was at the cross-
roads.
If he led back another diamond
a very comfortable play to make
South would ruff, draw the last
trump, take the Jack of clubs,
then lead to the ace of hearts and
get two discards on the king and
queen of clubs. How did East
know this?
East knew that South had
started with only two clubs and
one diamond. His ten remaining
cards were either seven spades
and three hearts or six spades
and four hearts. The 6-4 case was
improbable and unbeatable.
Hence East had to assume that
South held exactly what he did
hold.
It would not be very difficult
to find the right defense with all
the cards In sight. Since East as-
sumed the location of all the
cards, it was equally easy for him
to find the correct leadthe nine
of hearts.
Now declarer was bound to lose
a heart trick, and the contract
was set one trick.
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Ky. City Chief Says Gamblers
Made Him 'Profit Sharing'Offer
By JOHN A. GOLDSMITH
WASHINGTON, July 24 UP) Leonprd J. Connor,
sergeant-ar-arms of the Kentucky State Senate, testified
yesterday that he was a small-time bookmaker and slot
machine operator until the "heat went on" last Derby
Day.
Connor made the statement to the Senate Crime Com-
mittee after City Commissioner John J. Moloney of Cov-
ington, Ky., said he was offered a chance last year to take
part in a "profit sharing" plan between city officials and
Kentucky gamblers. .
Moloney, who said he indignantly rejected the graft
offer, also said he had received letters threatening his life
if he interferred with gambling in the Covington area. He
dismissed them as "crank" letters but the committee held
them for possible postal investigation.
Moloney was followed by Ken-
ton County Sheriff Henry A.
Berndt and James E. Quill Com-
monwealth attorney for Kenton
County. Quill said he was 'amaz-
ed" at Moloney's pay-off testi-
mony. Berndt said he knew
gambling was going on In his
county but did not have the
manpower to stop It.
Connor. Kentucky senate ser-
oeant-at-arms since 1942. said
he operated the Turf Club In La-
tonia, Ky. He described It as a 22
by 20 foot bar with a back room
40 by 22 feet.
"Do you have any other busi-
ness?" demanded committee
counsel Downey Rice.
"I run a hand book," Connor
replied.
Connor said his bookmaklng
business stopped Derby Day. May
5 when his racina news wire was
cut off because the Grand Jury
was betfinninK its session. The
committee was told earlier that
local gamblers shut down when
the Grand Jury was sitting.
"We Just quit," Connor said.
Commissioner Moloney said
the graft offer was relayed to
him by Tate Hageman. Kenton
County. Ky.. representative of the
Kentucky State Alcoholic Board.
He said Hageman approached
him after a commissioner's
meeting.
"He told me the boys (the gam-
blers) had a profit sharing sys-
tem with city officials and that
they had decided to let me par-
ticipate," Moloney said. He skid
he Informed Hageman indignant-
ly that he "wasn't Interested."
"Hageman told me I might
u well participate because peo-
ple would think I was getting it
anyway," Moloney added.
James E. Quill, commonwealth
Attorney for Kenton County, said
he was "amazed to hear" Molo-
ney's testimony. He, said he had
never heard of any gambling pay-
offs.
Quill said he has not sent any
gamblers to Jail during his term
of office which began In late 1948
because he has never been able
to get a Grand Jury indictment
under the strict felony law.
Quill said he stopped operations
at the Lookout House as soon as
the crime committee brought out
evidence In its Cleveland hear-
ings to show that a Cleveland
syndicate Was Involved.
"They haven't turned a wheel
aince," he said, "and I don't in-
tend to let them turn a wheel."
W. Sharon Florer, executive
secretary of the Kenton County
Protestant Association, told the
committee that local law enforce-
ment officials Ignored a five-
year drive by the church group
against, "wide-open" gambling in
the area.
"There has been no attempt
to get to the bottom of the mat-
ter," he said. Local Grand Ju-
ries he said refused to investi-
gate gambling thoroughly and
issued reports which are "in-
sults to the public's intelli-
gence."
Both Florer and Moloney "as-
sumed" Northern Kentucky gam-
bling operations are part of a
syndicate. The committee has
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been told that the so-called
Cleveland Syndicatefor a while
at leastowned an Interest in
some Nonhern Kentucky clubs.
Moloney said the "profit shar-
ing" plan Is supposed to pay ci-
ty commissioners SlOO-a-week,
the mayor $150-a-week and ci-
ty detectives S150-a-month. But
he admitted "I've seen no mo-
ney change hands at any time."
He said one bribe offer came
from Benny Kees. a man "inter-
ested in slots." Moloney said Kees
sent a friend to say that Moloney
could have complete "control of
the police force the hiring and
firingand the same for the
gambling establishments."
Florer estimated that one gam-
bling casinothe Lookout House
did a business of about $3,000,-
000 a year.
He said It Is the "custom" for
plush gambling casinos In the
areajust acrss the river from
Cincinnatito shut down during
the nine-day periods In January.
May ftnd September when coun-
ty grand juries normally are in
session.
But most of the time, he said,
the community Is "wide open."
and "any stranger can wander
into these casinos and gamble on
anything he wants to gamble on."
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patiently as any front-line OI for the reports from the
cease-fire parleys. ^^^^^
China Lobby Is US Whiff
Of The Mysterious Orient
BY FRED MULLEN
Colombia's Gomez
Laments Political
Vandalism. Banditry
BOGOTA. Colombia, July 24,
(UP) President Laureano Go-
mez said last night that the
"vandalism" of his political op-
ponents is the only major pro-
blem now confronting Colombia.
Gomez declared In a radio
speech that "banditry" In this
country is stimulated by opposl-,
tlon political propaganda. He did
not mention the Liberal Party, re-
peatedly accused by the govern-
ment of inciting underworld vio-
lence.
Shortly before the President
spoke, it had been announced
that six persons ld by refugee
liberal Sen. Julio Ortiz had
been sentenced to prison for
terms ranging from two and a
half to six years for operating an
underground radio station.
Gomez' speech was both an In-
dependence Day address and a
review of the accomplishments of
his first year In office, which
ends Aug. 7.
After outlining the progress
made in the fields of economics
and foreign affairs, the President
concluded by lamenting the ef-
fects of "banditry" in this coun-
try.
"At the present time, every-
-thing looks favorable for the
country, except for the wound In-
flicted by political resentment.."
he said.
"No one can claim that this
vandalism Is spontaneous. It has
been stimulated by subversive
publications and clandestine ra-
WASHINGTON. July 24. (UP)
Officials revealed today the Gov-
ernment is making "slow but
steady"' progress In its Investiga-
tion, ordered by President Tru-
man, of the mysterious and con-
troversial "China lobby"
Mr. Truman ordered the In-
vestigation last month while the
Senate was Investigating his
ouster of Gen. Douglas MacAr-
thur.
No deadline apparently has
been set for completion of the In-
quiry and nothing so far has been
made public about what the In-
vestigators have dug up. if any-
thing, to prove there actually is a
China lobby.
The outstanding fact about
the lobby to date is Its vagueness.
Charges against it have been of
the shotgun variety and few If
any details have been establish-
ed about its organization, lead-
ership, and operations.
Those who say there is a China
lobby charge that It has spent
millions provided by the U.S.
taxpayerto influence American
foreign policy in behalf of Chiang
Kai-shek's Chinese Nationalists.
Those who say no China lobby
exists charge that the very term
is an invention of the Chinese
Communists.
Agencies trying to find out if
there is a China lobby and what
dio broadcasts, whose backing
and direction are a mystery to
nobody."
The six persons found guilty of
operating the propaganda radio
were sentenced by a military
court. The heaviest sentence was
adjudged against Ortiz, who Is
now in asylum in the Mexican
embassy. He has been promised a
safe conduct to leave the coun-
try. .
it does, include the Justice. State.
Agriculture. Treasury and Com-
merce Departments and, presu-
mably, the hush-hush Central
Intelligence Agency.
Justice Department officials
coordinating the investigation re-
fused to report any results to
date or say when the job will be
finished. But State Department
officials indicated they have
pretty well cleaned up their part.
In all public discussions of the
China lobby one name has fig-
ured more than any other that
of Alfred Kohlberg. an ardently
pro-Nationalist New York im-
porter who amassed a fortune
dealing in Chinese textiles before
China fell to the Reds.
Kohlberg has two great hates
the Chinese Communists and
the U.8. State Department. He
supplied Sen. Joseph R. McCar-
thy with much or the material
used by the Wisconsin republican
in his vitriolic attacks on the
State Department.
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American colony, a poll of listen-
ers showed today.
Officials at Station ZFY, who
conducted the poll, said it show-
ed also that the "cultural orien-
tation Of British Guiana Is more
North American that British."
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WASHINGTON. July 24 (UP)
The national chairmen of the
Democratic and Republican par-
ties have disclosed plans to aim
the biggest "get out the vote"
campaigns in history at a record
97,000.000 persons old enough to
cast ballots In 1952.
Both expect the result will be
the largest pdll ever, probably
60,000,000 or more. Each Is con-
fident, too, that a heavy vote will
favor his own candidate and
cause.
The Census Bureau reported
that as of April 1, 1950, the na-
tion had 96,918,000 persons 21 or
older, exclusive of troops abroad.
Not all of these are eligible to
vote. They Include perhaps
2,000.000 aliens and many others
barred for one reason and an-
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places. '
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94,806,393 people estimated over
21 In the 1948 election when a
51.5 per cent voter turnout dis-
appointed both parties. Based on
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has warned repeatedly that the
electorate cannot complain
about Its public officials when so
few are Interested In casting bal-
lots.
Chairman William M. Boyle,
Jr., of the Democratic National
Committee, and Chairman Guy
George Gabrlelsori of the Repub-
lican National Committee, in
statements to the United Press
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termined the small voter response
is a thing of the past.
"The Democratic Party," Boyle
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voter to register his choice at the
polls and we are confident that
the result will be an overwhelm-
ing endorsement of the great rec-
ord our party has made In two
decades of progressive govern-
ment."
The Democratic drive will get
down to the precinct level, based
on analyses of past elections
which party workers assert dem-
onstrated defeats could have
been changed to victories by an
additional two to three votes In
each precinct of a Congressional
district.
Gabrlelson said flatly that
Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of New
York lost to Mr. Truman in 1948
only because "too many voters
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Two Big American League Series Underway Today
Braves Edge Pirates Last
Night In Only Game Played
By United Press
NEW YORK, July 24 Two important series get
nderway in Boston and New York today The pennant
drama reaches a boiling point when the first place New
Yerk Yankees play host to the surging Cleveland Indians,
wjiile the Boston Red Sox are at home to the Chicago
White Sox.
-The Indians will use Early
Wynn (1Q-9 > against Vic Rascni
U3-6I In the day game at New
York. The White Sox will go
with Howie Judson '4-2' against
Bostons Maurice McDermott
5-5. under lights. In the other
American League night game.
Detroit uses Ted Gray 3-10i
against Bob Porterfield <3-2> of
hr Senators at Washington. St.
Louis and the A's have the day
** ...
Over in the National League.
Brooklyn goes with Ralnh Bran-
ca: (7-21 against Paul Mlnner
4-91 of the Cubs at Chicago in
'fif lone day game. Under lights.
New York starts Sal Maulle
5-41 against BUI Werle <5-3>
t Pittsburgh. Philadelphia uses
Ken Heintzelman 4-8 against
Barry Brecheen '5-1 > at St.
Louis and Boston goes with
Warren SDahn H0-8> against
Herman Wehmeler at Cin-
cinnati.
The Braves tied It up at 14-14
In the seventh on Roy Harts-
field's single. Jethroe's triple
and Torgeson's homer. Then
Hartsfleld singled home the
winning run in the eighth alter
losing pitcher Vernon Law open-
ed the inning with a walk.
The game took three houri,
four minutes, but it could have
been worse. In 1922 the Cube
beat the Phillies 26-23.
There was only one game
dtoyed In the Majors but that
wfci enough. It took 32 hits and
Urn pitchers for the Braves to
oltlast the Pirales 15-14 In a
Pittsburgh night game in the
seasons highest scoring clash
The Braves jot 22 of the
hits, including five by Wil-
lard Marshal land four by
Sam Jethroe. There were
tour homersRalph Kiner's
' 25th. Walker Cooper's tenth.
' joe Garagiola's sixth and
Earl Torgeson's 14th.
Thirteen runs were scored in
the first inning alone when the
Braves took a 7-6 lead. With the
jcore tied at 11-11. George
.Strickland's three-run triple In
nhe sixthsent the Pirates ahead.
Paquetes Win First
Mali In Government
Basketball League
First Half Standings
BTeam
Saquetes
torn be rs
urundu
agles
Rancheros
Bnl boa Gym
Not until the final game of
the schedule was the winner of
the first half decided. Had the
Paquetes lost this game, which
fas against Bill Carlln's Ran-
heros. the first half would have
nded in a three-way tie. How-
ver. Larry Jones and his Pa-
lletes were up to the test, won
he final game and thereby the
tnu^h contested first half.
-Second place ended in a tie
between Curundu and the
Bombers, third place went to
ack Baldwin's Eagles, fourth
lace to the Rancheros, nad the
ee'lar to Balboa Gym.
' The second half got under wav
fodav. with all six teams de-
termined to put up a good fight.
The writer predicts that the sec-
ond half will be lust as close as
the first, but with a different
first place team.
Games are played every week-
day afternoon at 4:45 in Balboa
Gymnasium. These games are
tree of charge and spectators
re welcome.
I"
Won Lost
6 2
5 3
5 3
4 4
3 5
2 6
At Cooperstown, yesterday af-
ternoon, the Brooklyn Dodgers
came up with five runs in the
ninth to beat the Philadelphia
A's 9-4 as baseball bigwigs
gathered there for Hall of Fame
ceremonies. #
Two former slugging stars
Mel Ott and Jimmy Foxx
were honored at Coopers-
town, the so-called cradle
of baseball. Both had plaques
dedicated U> them, after
their election to the Hall of
Fame last winter.
In the exhibition game. Erv
Palica started for the Dodgers
and gave up four runs and two
homers in the six innings he
worked. The A's homers were
hit by Pete Suder and Gus Zer-
nlal. However, the Brodks Dlay-
ed Philadelphia on even terms
with the score tied at 4-4 going
into the ninth.
Then, two home runs added
" to five Brooklyn runs and a
win. For the Brooks. Duke
-r. Carl Furlllo and Cal
.. ams each had a homer
Before the game. National
League President Ford Frick told
an overflow audience of nine
thousand-29 that baseball does
not fear the Impending Con-
gressional investigation.
"I am confident that the In-
vestigation.. .will prove nothing
wrong with baseball." said
Frick. "It can stand any in-
vestigation."
Joe Erautt Goes
Back To Minors
CHICAGO. July 24 (UPThe
Chicago 8ox yesterday an-
nounced that Joe Erautt will be
sent to Seattle of the Pacific
Coast League and will be re-
placed by Bud Scheely of the
Beattle club.
(Ed. Not Erautt played
with the Cervecera club of
the Panama Pro League in
1949).
The White Sox also announced
that thev have kept their option
to eventuallv bring Puerto Rlcan
catcher Jim Rivera to the
Majors.
Balboa Swimming
Pool To Be Closed
All Day Friday
Balboa swimming pool will be
closed all day Friday. July 27
for cleaning, it was announced
today by the Schools Division.
The work will be done by the
Municipal Engineering Division
forces, and it is expected that
it will be completed in time to
have the pool reopened on the
regular schedule the following
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Sports
LASKETBALL AT ANCOS'
Wednesday morning, the Gam-
boa "D" team invaded the Ancon
Gym adding another win to their
credit as they defeated the An-
con lads 22 to 19 in a close and
exciting game. The two teams
displayed a good brand of basket-
ball throughout the entire con-
test.
The half ended 10 to 10 and the
Ancon five managed to have an
edge of 3 poinu starting the
fourth quarter but couldn't stop
the sharp shooting of McGee who
led his team to victory. McGee
and Drlscoll led the winners with
13 and 6 points respectively while
Luchlto Reyes with his fine
shooting scored 9 points for the
losers.
Saturday morning, the Ancon
"A" team suffered their first de-
feat of the season at the hands
of the improved Balboa quintet
by the score of 40 to 38 in a game
that wasn't decided until the fin-
al whistle was blown.
No team could manage to hold
an edge for too long as the lead
kept changing repeatedly
throughout the contest. The half
ended 18 to 18 and the victor
playing a tight zone defense ma-
naged to squeeze out the win in
the closing seconds of a hard
fought game.
Boyd and Lee were the high
scorers for the winners with 10
points each and George Capwell
with his excellent shooting tried
hard to keep his team in the
fight scoring IS points.
The Ancon "E" team defeated
the Cocol! lads by the tune of 22
to 6 In a game which the Ancon
team found themselves In full
command from the start of the
game. The half ended with the
Ancon five chalking up 12 points
while Cocoli couldn't score a
marker.
Roy Rlgby with eight points
and Gerardo Cosca with 4 points
led the winners in the scoring de-
partment while Barnes with 4
points and Kirkland with 2 points
scored for the losers.
Santa Cruz Sports
By GILBERTO THORNE
MONTICELLO COMMUNITY
BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Won Lost
Tanner Shoe 4 0
Bam Jr. 2 1
Dep. Max 1 2
Tropidura 1 I
C. Y. O. 0 1
Tanner Shoe and Bam Jr. tied
Into furious competition for
suyremaev in the 'Monticello
Basketball League. Both teams
started off Saturday's highligh-
ter at a cautious pace. At no
time of the early quarters were
the two teams separates by more
than two points, save at the
beginning when Bam Jr. gained
a four point lead.
Wllberto Holder starred in
this netting 12 baskets and 15
foul throws for a total of 39
points which gives him a grand
total of 137 points for the four
games he has played.
Box score of Tanner Shoe-
Bam Jr. game:
Tanner Shoe FG FT PF TP
I. Paschal
W. Alleyne
C. Sampson
F. Gllkes
H. Jones
E. Holder
T. Peterkin
G. Sewell
W. Holder
12 15
7
17
0
i)
0
2
4
3
39
BAM Jr.
A. Palmer
C. Grant
T. Burns
P. McFarlane
R. Goodlng
B. Buval
R. Brown
C. Scott
R. Barnes
O. Weeks
23 26 28 72
10
8
2
1
3
3
in
o
3
in
16 16 29 48
Officials: Referee: L. East-
mond: UmDire. C. Gil; Timer.
D. Goods: Scorers. R. Blake and
G Thome.
"Duco" Wlslon's "Tropidura
Painters" took the first game of
the nleht's twin bill from Ro-
berto Joseph's C. Y. O. to gain
their first win of the aeaaon.
Necwomer Roy Redmond made
Ms debat scoring 15 points to
head que Tropidura shooters,
whUe K. Joseph led his C Y. O.
teammates coring li points.
July Produces Two Contenders
For U.S.A. 3-Year-OldHonors
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A TITLE CHANGES HANDS Ezzard Charles crumples to
the canvas in Pittsburgh, as Jersey Joe Walcott follows
through with the savage left hook that floored Charles In
the seventh round. The blow brought the heavyweight title
to the veteran Walcott.
American League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.B.
New York. 53 34 ,669
Boston ... 54 35 .667
Cleveland. 54 35 .667
Chicago. 53 39 .576 V,<
Detroit ... 39 46 .459 13
Washington 49 49 .449 14
Philadelphia 36 56 .391 19"2
St. Louis. 27 62 .363 27
TODAYS GAMES
National League
Chicago at Boston (N).
Detroit at Washington (N).
Cleveland at New York.
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
No games scheduled.
Schoolboy
Sports
Saturday morning the unde-
feated Gamboa "D" League
added another victory to their
basketball record tills season by
beating the Balboa "D" League
with a final score of 60-9.
Taking advantage of their
height. Gamboa controlled both
backboards and scored at will
in almost every quarter. Several
times Balboa picked the "Gam-
boa five ud on a pressing de-
fense, but this only stopped the
Tigers In the second quarter.
Gamboa played a defensive
first half, and was able to hold
the Balboa five scoreless at the
halfway mark. Then In the third
quarter. Balboa hit with a series
of side shots, and some heads-
up playing to add several
markers.
"Philco". McGee. Oamboa's for-
ward, was high point man for
the winning cause, with a total
of 33 points. Drlscoll and Morris
followed with 14 and 9 points,
respectively. Metzler was the
leading scorer for Balboa with a
total of 3 points to a losing
cause.
BALBOA
Name Position FG FT Points
Watson G
Les Landes F
Hele F
Willis C
Metzler G
1 0
0 0
1 0
1 0
1 1
TEAMS Won
Brooklyn 56
New York. 49
St. Louis 44
Philadelphia 44
Cincinnati 43
Boston ... 41
Chicago. 36
Pittsburgh 35
Lost Pet. G.B.
32 .636
42 .531 84
42 .512 11
45 .494 12'-j
44 .494 124
45 .477 14
45 .444 164
53 .391 21
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Cincinnati (N).
Brooklyn at Chicago
New York at Pittsburgh Philadelphia at St. Louis (N).
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
(Night Game)
Boston 15
at
Pittsburgh 14
Sports Briefs
CLEVELAND. July 24 (UP)
The Cleveland Indians acquired
a new outfielder for the third
consecutive dav in their effort
to strengthen for the battle for
the American League flag.
The Indians yesterday bought
Clarence Maddern. 29. from the
San Diego Padres oi the Pacific
Coast League. Maddern has a
batting average of .311.
Sunday the Indians got the
veteran Barney McCoskey from
Cincinnati and Saturday they
got another veteran, Paul Leh-
ner, from the St. Louis Browns.
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RUM fir COKE
DESTILERA
CENTRALSA
By Unled Frees
The month of July has turned
up two new contenders In the
battle for three-year-old racing
honors. As of now, there are four
strong candidates for the crown.
The latest contenders are
Hall Of Fame" and "Uncle Mil-
tie." Hall Of Fame had plenty
of opportunities to prove him-
self this spring but failed each
time. This dark bay gelding
from the Greentree Stables fin-
ished ninth behind "Count Turf"
In the Kentucky Derby and fifth
behind "Bold" in the Preakness.
Because geldings are excluded
from the Belmont Stakes, Hall
Of Fame went on the road.
His first stop was Delaware.
Hall Of Fame romped home first
In the Kent Stakes there and
followed with a win in the
Leonard Richards Stakes. How-
ever, he didn't have much op-
position in either of those races.
He moved from Delaware to
Chicago, and was nominated for
the Arlington Classic. That race
ves snonosed to cement- "Bat-
tlefield's" claim to the three-
year-old crown. But Hall Of
Fame upset the dope.
Meanwhile. Uncle Miltle also
was staging a comeback. Last
spring Uncle Miltle had been
the Derby favorite. But he sud-
denly went bad and was shipped
to the farm, missing the Triple
Crown races.
Uncle Miltle raced back as a
contender in the three-year-old
class Saturday with a win in
the Lamplighter Handicap. That
left Hall Of Fame. Uncle Miltle,
Battlefield and Bold still In the
thick of the championship
struggle. Counterpoint----- win-
ner of the Belmontwas hurt
and will rest the remainder of
the year.
August Is the crucial month.
It has three big races for
three year-old ------ the Choice
Stakes at Monmouth Park on
the 4th. the American Derby at
Chicago on the 18th and the
Travers 8takes at Saratoga on
the 18th.
Uncle Miltie and Battlefield
may meet In the Choice Stakes
but the division will be split
when the American Derby and
the Travers rolls around. That's
why there may never be a clear-
cut champion.
Nearly one-thousand thor-
oughbreds are munching strsw
at Del Mar Race Track. The
California track opens a 40-day
meeting today amid predictions
of bigger business than ever.
General Manager Webb Eve-
rett looks for a 15 per cent-in-
crease because of the general
upswing in race track activity.
The population also was In-
creased In the Del Mar-San
Diego area.
PLAY SAFE!
When it's Paint... INSIST on
TROPIDURAiB
its mildew proof:
No ItM vital In boxing than In baseball is expert scanting.
Rocky Marciano emphasised that the other night When, quip-
ped with a perfect blueprint on Rex Layne by Charlie Goldman
and Al Well!, he stopped the supposed contender from Utah in
* Judglng"from the movies of Randy Turpin's decisive 15-rou'nd
middleweight championship vlctorv over Ray Robinson, which I
saw at Republic Pictures, the new tltleholder was even more ef-
fectively helped than Marciano had been by advance Information
on his opponent's style and ring quirks. Turpln had acquired
the inside on Robinson by studying him on the screen.
The motion picture as an aid to preparation for a ring op-
ponent was introduced by Max Schmellng. Before his first en-
counter with Joe Louis in June, 1936, the German analyzed the
Bomber's style by frequent scrutiny of his fight movies. Max
stopped Joe in twelve rounds.
When Louis and Schmellng met for the second time, two
years later, the American, whose camera-mind had registered
the Teuton's every move, knocked him out In two minutes, four
The question now before us Is: Can Robinson, as keen an
analyst as Louis, duplicate Joe's trick of the second Schmellng
fight, and regain the championship from Turpln here in Sep-
tember? .
Those movies of the London scran lead me to believe that
It wasn't so much lack of perfect condition, following a splen-
diferous tgur of Europe, that beat Robinson.
All through the screening. I saw that eight-year discrepancy
in age between the 31-year-old Ray and the 23 year-old Randy
stalk Robinson relentlessly and leave Its solid Imprint oh the
point score.
Fleischer, Ringside Expert, Foresees Reversal
Nat Fleischer, -publisher of The Ring Magazine, who saw
Robinson whipped by Turpln, writes me from London to pre-
pare for a reversal when they meet In New York.
"The middleweight who missed punches thrown at Turpln by
a matter of two feet, who was out of gas by the ninth round,
who was forced to hold desperately to escape an even more de-
cisive beating, was no more the Ray Robinson who had stopped
Jake LaMotta for the title, ttan Turplp was Jack Dempaey of
his prime," says Fleischer.
"Robinson was absolutely out of shape and he muat have
suspected his condition when he cabled for Dr. Vincent Nardlello
to sail for London and look him over before the contest.
"It is my conviction that if Robinson puts in his usual hard
licks before the next meeting with Turpln, Ray will be the wln-
"I want to take nothing away from Turpin, who did a
thorough job on Robinson.
"It was an Interesting fight, but not a spectacular one. No-
body was knocked down. It was a hard contest between a great
boxer who was timed and a strong youhgster who was fresh and
eager. I am sure Turpin will not be able to do it again."
A most interesting analysis, bv an expert whose ring opinions
are respected highly both here and abroad.
But will Ray. at 3 Inconceivably ready to retire from the ring
at the end of the year, be so much less tired when he tackles
Randy in September?
Turpln Lefthooked Ray Ont of Title
Newspaper accounts of Turpin's recovery of the middleweight
title for England, after 60 years and the Bob Fltzsimmons tenure
in 1891. praised Turpin's left hook.
Those movies, which I had run off for me twice, were far
more eulogistic of that punch.
The Robinson fight pictures which had been studied by
Randy, his trainer. Billy Hyam, his brother. Dick, former boxer,
and manager George Middleton, showed that for a polished sci-
entist. Ray had an Inordinate dislike for a left hook.
The Turpin Brain Trust also learned that whereas Ray was
a formidable fighter moving forward, he was not so terrific back-
pedalling. Randy made Ray back up plenty.
The experts figured Turpln won nine rounds, with five or
Robinson and one even. The movies give the new champion a
better score. They show Turpln awy ahead after five, even
more emphatically the leader after 10. and a ridiculously easy
winner at the finish.
Those wallops on the back of the head which Ray got front
Turpin's right when they were in the clinches were vital in the
Briton's triumph.
Turpin bobbed and weaved. he enticed Ray into leads and
then stepped back and came In charging. The sturdy Randy,
with stout legs, stout arms and perfect physique, tossed Ray
around as if he had been a lightweight.
Robinson in the return go? That's not what the movies told
me. Incidentally, they show up beautifully.
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DINNER PARTY AT U. 8. EMBASSY IN PANAMA
HONORS GENERAL AND MRS. HAI8LIP
The Ambassador of the United States of America to Pa-
nama and Mrs. John C.. Wile? entertained at dinner last
evening at the Embassy Residence on La Cresta In honor of
the Vice Chief of 8taff of the United States Army, General
Wade Hampton Haislip. and Mrs. Haislip.
Admiral and Mrs. Bledsoe
Postpone Party
Because of the death of the
Chief or Naval Operations. Ad-
miral Forrest P. Sherman, the
commandant of the 15th Naval
District and Mrs. Albert M. Bled-
oe have postponed the At Home,
for which they have issued invi-
tations from Wednesdav of this
week to Wednesday. August 1,
Those who werevlnvlted to attend
on July 25. are cordially invited
to attend on August 1 between
5:30 and 7 p.m.
Colonel and Mrs. Vogel
Entertaining This Evening
The Lt. Oovernor of The Pana-
ma Cans.1 and Mrs. Herbert D.
Vogel are entertaining this even-
ing at a cocktail party at their
residence on Balboa Heights.
Dinner at El Panama Honors
Dr. and Mrs. Irvtn
Dr. and Mrs. S. 8. Irvln were
the guests of honor at a dinner
given at Hotel El Panama Sun-
day night by Mr. and Mrs. Eu-
gene C. Lombard of Balboa
Height. Included in the party
yere Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Hart-
man. Miss 8ue Core and Dr. John
D. Odom.
Dr. and Mr. Irvln are leaving
Friday* to make their home In
North Carolina.
Returns f rsm the U.8.
Roberto Heurtematte has re-
turned to Panama after a visit
of several weeks in New York and
Washington. DC.
Former Residents
Visiting Here
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Symonds
of Albuquerque, New Mexico, for-
mer residents of Balboa Heights,
are visiting their son-in-law and
daughrter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Burrow, at Diablo Heights.
At Hotel El Panama
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hahn of
Los Angeles. California, arrived
from New Orleans on the 88
Chlrlqul and are guests at Hotel
El Panama.
Mrs. Dempsey
Leaving Tomorrow
Mrs. Joseph J. Dempsey. wife
of the Information Officer of the
United 8tates Embassy, is leaving
late tomorrow night by airplane
for the. United states. She will be
accompanied by their four chil-
dren. Mr. Dempsey will loin
them in August for a short leave
before they go to his new post,
probably in Argentina.
Mr. Dempaey's successor, Will-
iam O. Arey. Jr.. who is to be
Public Information Officer of
the Embassy, arrived Monday
from the United States, accom-
panied by Mrs. Arey and their
two sons.
Kobbe Officers Wives
Hold Luncheon
A "white elephant bingo" was
the special feature of the Fort
Kobbe Officers Wives luncheon
held Thursday at the post Offi-
cers Club. Mrs. Charles Singer
and Mrs. Joseph McCraln were
in charge of arrangements and
the hostesses were Mrs. Floyd
Bowen, Mrs. Gordon Bess. Mrs.
Walter Eason and Mrs. Phillip
Becker.
During the luncheon the presi-
dent, Mrs. William Bach, intro-
duced the guests and newcomers
to Fort Kobbe: Mrs. John Love
who is the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Andrew Balrd: Mrs. C. R.
Truman, guest of Mrs. R. K.
Barber; Mrs. Cowper Smith,
guest of Mrs. Howell Parry, Mrs.
J. T. Casper, Jr.. and Mrs. F. A.
Jacobs, guests of Mrs. Phillip
Becker; Mrs. Mildred Kessler.
guest of Mrs. Leon Trace; and
Mrs. C. A. Rockwood. guest of
Mrs. O. L. Wlthey.
The door prizes were won by
Mrs. John Love, Mrs. Thomas
Austin and Mrs. Paul Bender.
Benefit at Bella Vista Theater
Tonight for I.A.W.C. Day Nursery
To raise funds for its Day Nurs-
ery (Guardera Infantil), the
Inter American Women's Club is
sponsoring an entertainment at
ISTHMIAN DATA
Departure for Washington
Luis E. Mndez, Secretary of the
Panamanian Embassy In the
United States, left yesterday by
airplane for Washington. D.C.
Mr. arid Mrs. McGinnis
Return from the U.S.
I After a stay of two months in
Washington. D.C. Mr, and Mrs.
E. M. McGinnis of Balboa re-
turned to the Isthmus yesterday
on the 88 Ancon.
Herbert Vogel, Jr.
To Visit Parents Here
Cadet Herbert D. Vogel, Jr.,
who is a First Classman at the
United States Military Academy
at West Point, is expected to sail
lrom New York August 1 to spend
a short leave with his parents, the
Lieutenant Governor of The Pan-
ama Canal and Mrs. Herbert D.
Vogel at Balboa Heights.
Mrs. McCormack Returns
from Vacation Trip
Mrs. C. T. McCormack. Jr.,
and her daughter. Betty Blng-
ham, of Ancon. returned yester-
day on the SS Ancon from a visit
of several weeks at Bristol, Vir-
ginia. _______
Births
COOPER. Mr. and Mrs. Corne-
lio of Panama, a son. July 18 at
Gorgas Hospital.
MURRAY. Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
of curundu. a daughter, July 18,
at Gorgas Hospital.
BONTFACI.Dr. and Mrs. R. W.
of Gamboa, a son, July 18 a:
Gorgas Hospital.
SCHIERLOH, Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. of Curundu. a son, July 18 at
Gorgas Hospital.
NIEVES, Mr. and Mrs. William
of Curundu. a daughter. July 18
at Gorgas Hospital.
ACOSTA.Mr. and Mrs. Vicen-
te of Silver City, a daughter, Ju-
ly 18 at Colon Hospital.
GREIG, Mr .and Mrs. R. E.
of Balboa, a son, July 19 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
LETOURNEAU. Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond of Brazos Heights, a
daughter. July 19 at Colon Hospi-
tal.
STRIKE, Lt. and Mrs. Clar-
ence E. of Ft. Gullck. a son, July
19 at Colon Hospital.
GRAHAM, Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert of Gatun. a daughter, July
19 at Colon Hospital.
DE LA CRUZ, Mr. and Mrs. A.,
of Red Tank, a daughter, July 20
at Gorgas Hospital.
SMYTHE. Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
of Paraso, a son. July 21. at Gor-
gas Hospital.
SHAN. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. of
Gamboa, a son, July 22 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
Independent Sen. Douglas
SupportsFeud-FoeTruman
By Grant Dillman
WASHINGTON. July 24. (UP)
Sen. Paul H. Douglas. D.. 111.,
who Is .feuding with President
Truman over two Illinois Judge-
ship appointments, yesterday de-
fended the Chief Executive's price
policies against Republican cri-
ticism. ,
The complaints were levelled
by Sen. Homer E. Capehart R..
Ind. He said Mr. Truman is "100
Sier cent to blame" for the sharp
ncrease In prices since the start
of the Korean war because he
did not invoke controls soon
enough.
Douglas retorted that the
president moved as fast as he
could in a difficult situation. "It
Is ironical," he added, "that the
same crowd which says he should
not have any price controls now
are complaining that the Presi-
dent didn't put them in effect
nine months ago."
Capehart. who helped whittle
down the President's requested
controls authority, said Congress
had to "force" wage-price con-
trols on Mr. Truman when the
Issue first arose and that "then
he didn't do anything until Jan-
nary."
As for the President's current
demand for stronger powers, he
said:
"They (the administration) are
now looking for a scapegoat be-
cause prices are up so much.
They now say they cant do any-
thing about price Increases so
Truman. DiSalle and Johnston
need a 'scapegoat'."
He referred to Price Adminis-
trator Michael V. DiSalle and
Economic 8tabilizer Eric Johns-
ton who have backed Mr. Tru-
>man's plea for strong controls.
In his dissent. Douglas recall-
id that the President "had
hard time getting a Price Admin-
istrator, it took months."
"The first stabilizer," he added,
"though an honest man. didn't
believe in price control. It was
not until January that he got Di-
Salle. And you couldn't have
rollbacks until he studied the sit-
uation and took into account
such factors as average costs."
Capehart had complained that
Mr. Truman's stabilization
chiefs did not order any rollbacks
until May.
Douglas frequently irks Mr.
Truman by bis independent atti-
tude, chiefly on the issue of fed-
eral economy, although the sen-
ator himself claims to support
the President 80 per cent of the
time. He contends this is a good
batting average.
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the Bella Vista Theater tonight
at 8:30. In addition to the mo-
tion picture "Easter Parade"
there will be a program of music,
elocution, dancing and a style
show. Admission is 75 cents.
Bingo Games Wednesday
at American Legion Club
Bingo will be played at 7:30
E.m. tomorrow at the American
egion Club, the Old Sallflsh
Club, In Balboa. All members and
their guests are invited. The club
plans to have bingo games Wed-
nesday and 8unday evening of
each week at 7:30.
Sorority Meeting Postponed
The meeting of Alpha Chap-
ter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority,
scheduled for tonight has been
postponed for a week and will be
held on Tuesday. July 31.
Birth Control
Storm Blows Up
In Puerto Rico
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico. July
24. (UP) The League of Chris-
tian Mothers began a campaign
today against the "Intense pro-
paganda for birth control," civil
marriages and divorce.
The campaign cond e m n Ad |
marriages performed by civil
magistrates as "concubinage or
legal adultery."
Insular Auditor Rafael J. Cor-
dero urged recently that some
form of birth control be adopted
to solve Puerto Rico's overpopula-
tion problem. The Catholic ma-
gazine Verbo countered with a
demand that the proposed Puerto
Rican "Home Rule" Constitution
ban sterilization and the promo-
tion or use of contraceptive de-
vices.
Hilda Hinz Plans
Organ Recital
For St Luke's
An organ concert of sacred and
classical music will be presented
by Miss Hilda Hinz at Evensong
Sunday at 7 p.m. in the Cathe-
dral of St. Luke, Ancon. Miss
Hinz is a brilliant young music-
ian who is well known to Isth-
mian concert audiences. She has
recently completed a year of gra-
duate study at Yale University
and Is spending the summer in
the Canal Zone.
Her program is composed en-
tirely from the organ works of
Johann Sebastian Bach. It will
include choral preludes from the
Orgelbuckleln, the Eighteen
Great (Leipzig) Chorals and the
Trio Sonata No. 4 in E Minor.
The concert is open to the pub-
lie.
SHORTLY BEFORE Mrs. Diana Chiarl de Gruber and Miss
Celmlra Chang Ortiz left for the States to study handicrafts
under the auspices of the Institute of Inter-American Af-
fairs, they received the good wishes of Panama's Minister of
Education Ricardo J. Bermudez. Left to right are: Mrs.
Gruber, Leuclldes Herrera, Ecuadorian specialist also en route
to the States, Minister Bermudez. Miss Bllgh DesBrlsay,
handicraft specialist of the institute and Ernest C. Jeppson,
Chief of Party for the Institute's activities In Panama.
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To Study Native Handicrafts
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Mrs. Diana Chiarl de Gruber
and Miss Celmlra Chang Ortiz,
professors of handicrafts, left Pa-
of native handicrafts study In
nama recently for five months
the United States southern high-
lands.
The two were selected as out-
standing teachers and artisans by
the Institute of Inter-American
Affairs in Panam. They will
have an opportunity to study the
best native handicrafts work of
the United States. Miss Bllgh
DesBrlsay, Institute of Inter-
American Affairs handicraft spe-
cialist in Washington has ar-
ranged the tour and accompan-
ied the trainers from Panam.
The Institute through the Ser-
vicio Cooperativo Inter-America-
no de Educacin hopes by this
means to stimulate the develop-
ment of native handicrafts in the
schools and rural communities of
Panam.
Mrs. Gruber has been recogniz-
ed as one of the leading autnorl-
CZ Retired Employes
Meeting Next Sunday
The secon'l quarterly meeting
of the Canal Zone Retired Em-
ployes Association will take place
at the Tivoli Hotel Sunday at
1:30 p.m.
The officers request that all
members resident on the Isth-
mus, be present, if possible.
Panama Rotary Club
Regular weekly luncheon of
Panam Rotary Club will be held
in the hotel El Panam tomorrow
at 12:15 p.m.
Mario de Diego, manager of the
Coln Free Port Zone, will be
guest speaker.
ties of Central America on pre-
Columbian Indian Arts and dyes.
She has been responsible for a
revival of interest in ancient In-
dian designs as exemplified, par-
ticularly in pottery and trays.
Her work is well known beyond
the limits of Panam. She is now
associated with the Servicio.
Miss Ortiz Is a teacher of In-
dustrial arts at the Normal
School "J. D. Arosemena" In San-
tiago. She received her B.8. de-
gree from the Southeast Missou-
ri State Teachers College, Cape
Gerardeau, Mo in 1950 and has
already distinguished herself for
the variety and excellence of her
work. Many had the opportuni-
ty of seeing her display at the
French Bazaar In January of this
year.
With the two teachers when
they left Panam was Leuclldes
Herrera, Ecuadorian Specialist in
small arts.
Training Officer
Gets States Dose
Of Own Medicine
Charles A. Dubbs, Training Of-
ficer for the Canal organization,
has returned to his duties here
after attending an Institute for
Training Specialists held last
week at Cornell University, Itha-
ca. New York.
The Institute was sponsored bv
the New York State 8chooI of
Industrial and Labor Relations of
Cornell University. About 60
training officers attended the
Institute. '
Taking part were several auth-
orities In the field of industrial
training including Professors
Kenneth Beach. Earl Brooks and
John Brophy of the Industrial
Relations staff of the University:
Paul Kruse, Professor Emeritus;
Earl Planty, Executive Counselor
for Johnson Ac Johnson Co.:
Charles Foreman, Director of
Training for United Parcel Ser-
vice, Inc.: and Bruce Buckler, of
International Business Machines.
Dubbs left Julv 18 and return-
ed to the Isthmus Saturday.
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BON VOYAGE FOR CAPTAIN AND MRS. FAHLE
Captain and Mrs. 8. L. Brown entertained Sunday morn-
ing with a party and buffet luncheon for their houseguests,
Captain and Mrs. Robert S. Fahie, who with their children,
Miss Virginia, Janet and David, sailed today for New York.
Those Invited to bid them
goodbye were: Captain and Mrs.
William S. Parson, Mr. and Mrs.
Dashwood Darling, Mr. and Mrs.
Marcel Gringoire, Mr. and Mrs.
O. A. Dletz, Mrs Margaret Gem-
mill, Captain and Mrs. E. B. Rai-
nier, Captain and Mrs. L. L.
Koepke, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence
Breece, of Balboa, Mr. and Mrs.
B. O. Ttpton, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Motta, Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Gli-
der, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hunnl-
cutt, Captain and Mrs. C. E.
Geoghegan, Rear-Admiral and
Mrs. Arthur Ageton, Miss Jo-Ann
Parsons, Miss Thelma Godwin,
Miss Marie Geohegan, Mr. Daul-
ton Mann, Mr. T. H. Forsstrom.
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett
Visiting at Brazos Heights
Mr. and Mrs. Warren G. Ben-
nett, arrived Sunday on the S.S.
Chirlqul and are the houseguests
of Mr. William E. Adams. General
Agent of the United Fruit Com-
pany and Mrs. Adams at Brazos
Heights.
Mr. Bennett Is manager of the
Southern Domestic Division of
the United Fruit Company, in
New Orleans, and is well-known
among the Company employes
and local residents on the Isth-
mus.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. V. Mays
entertained with a luncheon at
Hotel El Panama for Mr. and
Mrs. Bennett and Mr. and Mrs:
Adams.
Friends Bid Goodbye to
Colonel and Mrs. Lamer
At the regular Saturday night
dance at the Fort Davis Officers
Club, the officers and their ladles
of the 764th AAA Battalion and
other friends took the opportun-
ity to bid goodbye o the popular
Commanding Officer of the Bat-
talion and his wife, Colonel and
Mrs. Thomas M. Lamer.
Colonel Lamer Is completing a
three year tour of duty on the
Isthmus and with his family sail-
ed today for New York. They will
visit relatives In Staunton, Vir-
ginia, before going to Carlisle
Barracks, Pa., where Colonel Lar-
ner will attend the War College.
A number of Informal dinner
parties have been given for the
poDular couple. Those who have
entertained included: Lieutenant
Colonel and Mrs. Fred G. Steiner.
Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs.
John C. Bolton of Fort Kobbe.
Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs.
Maurice Webb. Major and Mrs.
J. D. Storie, Captain and Mrs.
Walter Skelstaitls, Lieutenant
and Mrs. William Bailey, Lieu-
tenant and Mrs. Robert Carroll,
Major and Mrs. Manning E.
Hutchinson, and Major and Mrs.
J. H. Wlggs.
Colonel Sanford J. Goodman.
Commanding Officer of the 65th
Group, and Mrs. Goodman of
Fort Clavton and Lieutenant
Colonel William J. Bennett, the
new Commanding Officer for the
764th AAA Battalion, and Mrs.
Bennett from Fort Amador, were
over Saturday evening for the
dance, to see the Larners before
their departure.
20th M. P. Company Entertain*
Saturday evening the 20th
Military Police Company of Fort
Gullck entertained in the main
dining room of their barracks
with a dance and evening of en-
tertainment. The affair was ar-
ranged as a climax to the Inspec-
tion by the Inspector General
which the Company passed with
a high rating.
Tropical flowers and lighted
tapers were used In decorating
the tables around the ballroom
and pink and green streamers
masked the overhead lights.
The following program was
Dresented, with Sergeant N. K.
Holloway as master of ceremon-
ies announcing: Loretta Volght,
tap dancer; Corporal Paul Ter-
rlen. vocalist; Sergeant Arthur
C. BUlmyer, pianist: Seaman C.
N. Clark, modern dancer; Pfc.
Jack McCarthy, vocalist, Pfc. A.
R. Mauro, accordionist and the
60th Armv band orchestra, under
the direction of Sergeant Emilio
Rodriguez with Corporal Fran-
cisco Carballo as the featured
singer.
Corporal E. H. Hudson won the
balloon blowing contest and
Captain and Mrs. Denver Heath
were the winners of the Mambo
contest. Lieutenant Colonel and
Mrs. Fred G. Steiner gave an ex-
hibition of ballroom dancing, and
the bllnd-foldeo. pie eating con-
test was tied between Corporal
Vauehn Baker and Corporal Joe
W Davis
Other officers and their ladies
who attended with the Com-
manding Officer of the Company
and Mrs. Denver Heath, were:
Captain and Mrs. A. B. Davidson,
Captain and Mrs. J, E Homann,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Jack Oak-
ley. Lieutenant and Mrs. John
Prehle. Lieutenant and Mrs. W.
O. McBride and W. O. (Jg) and
Mrs. G. C. Knight.
Miss Boehrlnger Leaves
For New York
Miss Linda Boehrlnger. of Sao
Paulo, Brazil, who was the week-
end guest of Miss Pat Casswell
of Margarita, left yesterday by
Branlff en route to Washington,
D. C.
Miss Casswell entertained with
an informal luncheon at the Ho-
tel Washington, Saturdav for her
truest. The other guests were
Misses Nancy and Donnie Glider
and Mary-Jo MacSparran.
Mr. William Casswell enter-
tained with a small dinner partv
at the Hotel El Panama for Miss
Boehrlnger Friday evening. The
other guests were Miss Pat Cass-
well and Reed, idcllvalne.
Dinner Group At
Hotel El Panama
A group of Atlantic Side resi-
dents enjoyed dinner at the Ho-
tel El Panama Sunday. The
members of the party were: Mr.
^ w rs Tvtac*nt Raymond, Mr. weekend guest's of Dr. and Mrs.
and Mrs Joseph Noonan, Mr. and Wayne Glider who also sailed on
?, Bleri,a"m. Miss Mar- the "Clbau" for their home in
guerlte Flynn, Mrs. Rebt Starke. I Quepos
Mrs. Bertram Bookout as their
guests for dinner Sunday at Ho-
tel El Panama.
Mr. and Mrs. Block and their
daughters, Miss Martha and W71-
ma are en route to their home
in Golfito after attending the
marriage of another daughter in
Vicksburg, Mississippi. They ar-
rived on the "Chlrlqul" and sail-
ed yesterday on the "Clbau."
Mr. and Mrs. Bookout were the
Miss Jennie Satriale
Anna Miller.
and Mrs.
Miss Bornefeld Returns
For Summer Vacation
Miss Gloria Bornefeld arrived
by plane Saturday from Hous-
ton, Texas, to spend the remain-
der of the summer vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Bornefeld of Gatun.
Miss Bornefeld is a senior at
the University of Texas, and will
complete her studies in January.
Bon Voyage Covered Dish Supper
There will be a bon voyage cov-
Mr. and Mrs. Oronblad In Port'
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Gronblad,
assistant manager of the United
Fruit Company In Costa Rica
were in port with their two
daughters and sailed Monday on
the "Frau Belanga" for New
York.
N. C. O. Wives Club Social
The N. C. O. Wives of Fort
Gullck held a social In their club
rooms Friday evening.
Bingo was played during the
i evening with the prizes going to
ered dish supper at the Gatun i Mrs. Ina Gormley, Mrs. Allen
Un'on Church Thursday evening Kerr. Mrs. Julia Flores, Mrs. Jane
at 6:00 p.m. The honorees for the i Moore, Mrs. Norman Neff, Mrs.
I
occasion will be Mr. and Mrs.
David Howe who are leaving the
Isthmus to reside in New Eng-
land. Mr. Howe is retiring as
Electrical Superintendent of the
Gatun Locks. Reverend and Mrs.
J. W. L. Graham will share hon-
ors, as they arc sailing the next
day with Miss Janet Graham, for
a vacation with their family in
New England.
All friends of the couples are
cordially Invited to attend the
dinner and bring a generous dish.
Visitors Entertained At
Hotel F.I Panama
Mr. and Mrs. John T, Gorin
had Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Block
and their children, and Mr. and
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No, 17 "PI" trflPanam
No. 12.17* CaatnJ *va.CaMa.
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FOR SALE
Household
FCR SALE: For mmediote sal*.
-over 200 household items includ-
'ing refrigerator, beds, dressers,
lamps, beH-spreods, pillows, tobies,
touches tools odd dishes, ond
kitchen utensils, moy be seen ony-
time. 741-C. Enterprise Place.
' Tjiiit off Balboa Prodoi. Phone 2-
': 636-1.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
f-OR SALE: 1949 Koiser 4-door,
less than 15.000 miles, $1,100.00.
New Cristobal 170-C.
"POR SALE:large mahogany cor-
rer China closet, gloss doors, book-
'"* cose b knickknock unit (corner)
. maple setee with spring cushions,
--light cherry upho'stery bcem-r-t
" table House 606-8. phcr* 4-266.
Coccli.
'POR SALE: New sewing machine,
'light weight. port.ible. Universal I
'> motor, Cristobal 3-1876.
FOR SALE:Lattice ond fence for
-....duplex. $15.00. Set of kitchen
China. $8.00. Metal kitchen stool.
$1.00. House 605-A. Tamorind
--St. Cocoli.
Tune-up specialist The Electric Au-
to Lite Co. authorized service Igni-
tion ond carburation. Servicio de
Motores S. A. (Morcos VlllarreaP
H. St. No. 34. Ttl. 2-1746.
FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiac Tudor
Sedan. 15.500 miles, original own-
er, excellent condition, can be
finonced. Bendix consol* rodio.
mahogany finish. Cushmon motor
scooter, ust overhauled. Albrook
86-3142.
MISCELLANEOUS
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FOR SALE1950 Chevrolet De Luxe
4 door sedan, 4,600 miles, like
new, undercooted. $1.475. 1409.
Apt. D. Corr St. Balboa.
FOR SALE"50 4-door Buick. bkie-
black, 10,000 miles, with rodio.
new bottery. Can finance. Call
Ft. Kobbe. 84-4180 Qtrs. 635-B.
Price $1,700.00.
SUMMER SPECIAL Cold Wove, $7.50.
Why hov* a home permanent?
..with inadequate facilities, no
certain finished look, and no guar-
antee when you car hv* a
professional on* complete for only
$7.50* It will lost longer...and
look better! These con be had
Monday thru Thursday. Mak* your
appointment early! Tal. 2-2959.
Balboa B*outy Shop. Open 9:00
a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Balboa Club-
house, upstairs.
INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL FOR
FURNISHING NATIVI LOGS
The Panomo Canal Company invites
proposals for furnishing-. 75,000
BMFT Almendro and/or Guayacan
Logs under sealed bids opening 10:
30 A. M., August 14, 1951. Invi-
tation No. 1 available at Office of
Superintendent of Storehouses, Balboa,
telephone 2-2777.
RESORTS
Groftiiich't Sonta Cloro btoch-
cotrages Electric lc* boxes, gas
ttovt*. mod*rot* rat*s. Phon* 6-
541 or 4-567.
Willloms Sonta Cloro Beach .Cottages.
Two padroom, Frigidolres, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE:Piano, dining, sitting-
roo'i set and bamboo. "D" Street.
it ..~E! Cangrejo, behind old dog track
... /el lew house.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
' WANTEC: 25 cycle refrigerator.
Phone Coroiol 4245. After 4, Call
2-2304.
WANTFD: -1 EleC'ic Plnnt 1 5KVA
AC 60 cycle or 2-KVA Kholer or
Omen preferred, phone 3-0542.
WANT to borrow $300 for six
months, poy 6 'o ond percentage.
Buvness of buying and selling
pou'try. Will ronrider partner-
ship. Guille'm*t Walker, Copira.
FOR SALE
Po.-a'ji 4* Motor
* FOR SALE:"Diesel" boot 65 fet
shrimper cargo passenger. Tel. 2-
2252. Dr. Morales.
FOR SALE:Motor scooter, Cush-
Jh man oirbone model 53. Good point.
' excellent condition mechanically.
This machine modified for Lucos
Bottery lightina system. Coll 83-
5178, Qtrs. 2157. Curundu. after
4 p. m.
-"TCR SALE:One 25 H P. Johnson
ft"' f--,,A n-n'or, [ $390. Also one 12 H. P. Atlas
Royal outboard, SI 50. Both like
' new. 14 ft. mahogany hull ond
soecioj type trailer, splendid con-
dition, $250. Tel. Panamo 3-
*" 2060.
FOR SALE: "Stewart Warner"
dashboard for speedboot or race-
CQr RPM up to 3500; oil; oil
press; AMPS; cyldhead new.
S75.00. Tel. 2-1272. Ponama
8 a. m. to I I o. m.
FOR SALF:Chromeploted luggage
carrier for 7 passenger cor or
Station Wagcn. Tel. 2-1272. Pan-
ami 8 a. m. to 1 1 a. m.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
Phillip. Beoch cottoges. Santo Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phon* Panama
'3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMINTS
Modem furnished-unfurnished port
m*nt. Contort office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phon* 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR SALE: Unclaimed mcaped
tires. Planta Good Year of Panomo.
Jernimo de la Osso St. No. 11.
pEtJwarri Raveneau
"TMes: Funeral Set
Mrr Tomorrow A.M.
Edward L. Raveneau. 78. died
1 last night at, his residence on
A"con Ave. No. 6.
Funeral services will be heir"
- at the St. Vincent de Paul
" -Church on "K" 6t. at 9 a. m. to-
'' morrow. Interment will follow
*-at'.'the Herrera Cemeterv.
Mr. Raveneau Is survived bv
Us wife Lilla, son' Hush. Frank.
Rov. Geonje. Willie. Arturo.
' i*ntirhte>-.s. Mrs. Unn Raveneau de
; fermlngham and Mrs. Frrvl Ra-
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grandchildren.
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FOR SALE:Tome spider monkey.
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FOR SALE:25 cycle washing mo-
chine in condition. 1515-A, Ake*
St., Balboo, C. Z. Phone 2-2316.
Monday until 7 p. m. Tuesday un-
til 4 p. m.
FOR SALE: Holy Ghost Orchid
Plants. Productos Nocionales, S. A.
"H" Street 61, Ponoma.
FOR SALE:Clno Kodok 8 mm mo-
vie camero, mogazine load, model
90, 1.9 lens in leather carrying
case, with filters and Weston Ex-
posure meter, in case. Excellent
condition, $95.00. Two single coil
bed springs, poetically new. $15.-
00 each. 1 Chinese four panel
screen, new, $60.00. 1 automobile
Dodge Sedan .1948, Kingsway mo-
del, excellent condition. 14,000
miles. $1,200.00 cash. 1468-A,
Holden St., Balboa.
WANTED
Jobs Offered
FOR SALE: 1940 Packard Lim-
ousine 4 Dr. Sedan 6 very cod
tires, rodio, overdrive, excellent
running condition. 0426-C Ancon.
telephone 2-2675.
FOR SALE: 1947 Studeboker De
Luxe Chompion. overdrive. $850.
Can be financed. Original owner,
2-6355.
WANTED: Experienced American
Tutor to teach English to Pan-
nmnnian boys ages 13 end 11.
Write Tomas Arias, P. O. Box
953, Ponama City.
Position Offered
*
U.ad n*rm
ClASSlHtt
FOR SALE:I93S Plymouth Couoe,
radio excellent condition. S250.
1939 Pontiac 2 door, radio, ex-
cellent condition $250. New Sil-
vertone underdosl enr rodio. $250.
Phme Albrook 86-4239 offer
3:30._________________________
Bad Brakes Cause Bus
Crash in Quito, 10 Dead
QUITO. Ecuador. Julv 24. (UP)
Ten passenrers were killed and
15 Injured todav when a bus en
route to the province of Cuenca
crashed Into some rocks when
fhe brakes failed.
In The
PANAMA AMFRICAN
VENETIAN BUNDS
Made to order repaired and
reflnlshed. estimates Riven.
COLON WOOD SERVICE
Tel. 543-L 2003 7th. St.
Coln. R. P.

^eC&HdifcpM&tf
few
CIVA, S. A.
Your CADILLAC &. PONTIAC Dealer
WANTEDA young man for Install-
ing Venetion Blind. Driving li-
cense and good references. R. A.
Cowes y Ca. Iby Union Club. I
WANTED:Young man to do gen-
erol work, must hove Ponc-o end
Zone commercial drivers license,
speak Spanish ond Engli'h corr--t-
ly ond hov* good references. Dis-
tribiidora Elctrico, S. A. Panamo.
Army's Gen. Haislip
Visits WAR"**
School And Ft. Davis
FORT GULICK, July 23
General Wade H. Halsllp, Vice
Chief of Staff. United States Ar-
my, visited the posts of Fort Da-
vis and Fort Guilek Monday af-
ternoon. Julv 23. He was accom-
panied by Lt. General William
H. H. Morris. Jr.. Commander -
ln-Chlef. Caribbean Command;
and Brigadier General Francis A.
March. Chief of Staff. US Army
Caribbean. Also In the party was
Major W. H. Stutler. Aide De
Camp to General Morris.
The Generals came to the At-
lantic side on an Army launch
that docked at Dock 45 at Fort
Davis at 1 p.m. Present to meet
them were Colonel James W.
Pumpelly. Acting Atlantic Sector
Commander; Colonel Sanford J.
Goodman. Commanding Officer.
65th AAA Group; Col. Thomas M.
Lamer. Commanding Officer,
764th AAA Gun Battalion; and
Captain Lyle L. Koepke. USN.
commanding officer. Coco Solo
Naval Station.
General HaLsllp and his party
were first taken to the command
position of "Baker" Battery,
764th AAA Gun Battalion. After
Inspecting the facilities there, the
partv proceeded to Fort Gullck.
At Fort Gullck. General Halsllp
and his party went on a tour of
inspection of the U8AKCAR1B
School. The party visited the of-
fice of the commandant. Colonel
James W. Pumpelly and the
Weapons. Leadership. Clerical.
Food Service. Supply, Communi-
cations. Tactics and Automotive
Divisions.
After the tour of Inspection of
the School. General HalsHo ""d
his party motored back to the Pa-
cific side.
FOR RENT :-*r-Nic*ly furnishod 3 room
apartment,' sapor ate. mold's room.
Three months' lease. $125.00
month Mor/sol Apfs. 73-A Justo
A/osemeno Ay*. Noor Ui S. Em-
bossy^ Coll 2-2341.
FOR RENT i Furnished apartment,
43rd Street and Mexico Avenue.
Tel. 3-0140, Panama.
FOR RENTIndependent apartment,
llvinoroom, bedroom, dlnlngroom.
services, furniture available. No.
4. Avenido Central,
FOR RENT:Furnished oportment, 3
bedrooms, 2 bathroom, garage,
moid's room, telephone. No. 45.
46th Street, Bella Vista. Call 2-
1477 mornings, ond 3-0709 ofter-
noon.
FOR RENT
Room
FOR RENT:Furnished room wrVh or
without board. Cool. Refined. 48th
Street No. 7, Bello Vista.
-r
Cosl Of Art-Craft
Recreation Program
Released In Detail
The financial status of the arts
and crafts portion of the Sum-
mer Recreation Program has
been announced by the Canal
Zone Recreation Board. Mrs. G.
O. Parker and E. Stanley Loney.
coordinators of the program in
U.S. and local rate communi-
ties, respectively.
The programs In the local rate
communities began early In June
and are almost completed. Those
In the U.S.-rate communities
started about a month later and
are scheduled to close in mid-
August.
There are about 1,500 children
now enrolled In the arts and
crafts program. Gatun and Gam-
boa have no arts and crafts acti-
vities because there were no vol-
unteer Instructors.
The total funds available for
arts and crafts work, before re-
gistration, consisted of $4.214.64
allocated from the Community
Chest and $356.36 from benefit
shows.
Apportionment of the total
funus available for ans and
crafts to the various Canal com-
munities was made on the basis
of the number of school children
In each town In grades one
through eight.
The small registration fees
paid by the children, not includ-
ed in the unds available at the
beginning of the program, were
retained for use In the commun-
ity in which they were colleted.
Although Gatun and Gamboa
have no arts and crafts pro-
grams, the entire amount of
their apportioned part of the to-
tal available funds was given to
ihose communities. This amount-
ed to $275 for 234 students in the
cwo communities.
After the purchase of $100
worth of supplies for classes for
the \olunieer workers, there was
a total of $2,292.20 for 3.140
students in the U. S.-rate towns
and $2.043.85 for 2.730 in the lo-
cal rate communities. These
funds divided to approximately
73 cents per child.
A balance of $24.45 In the tu-
tal summer recreation commit-
tee funds for arts and crafts
was used for miscellaneous ac-
tivities.
Materials for use In local rate
communities included yard ma-
terials for tie-dyeing and sten-
cilling and a considerable Quan-
tity of material' for sewing;
yarn and wool for embro!-J-ry
and knitting: water colors and
other materials.
Transportation was also fin-
anced to and from the swim-
ming pool at Sliver City and to
the Clubhouse for skating.
Other supplies purchased from
the arts and crafts fund includ-
ed textile paints, leather for belt
making, plaster parts, construc-
tion paper, crepe paper, raffia,
yarn and cotton for puppets
enamel and prang paints an<
other Items,
Minimum for
1$ words
3* each additional
word.
LI. Counselman,
Korean War Vet,
Is Rifle Expert
,
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONA*
We run a PERMANENT
BARGAIN SALE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEM8
where -*he
FINEST QUALITY PAINTS
are priced LOWER
than the cheapest.
Why not save money
buying the best?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
279 Central Ave.
- Tel. 3-0140.
Mr. & Mrs Canal Zone:
far CUSHIOMH SLV-COVKet ih
E-ltPBOLSTEBING call u or tail
or 't-mi Cit*m toalll turnl-
tu oar taeetallly Sea oui llevo-
rasara Fabrics free Eettaaatea. NA-
TIONAL UmOLSTPJIT (A. Here J
P. > la Orna Na 77 (Auto <
New TeteatMH* S-4SB.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-171S
22 E 29tb 8t
Qolieifie*
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY Inc.
(adjoining. InlarnaUonal Hotel)
and Camera atora
(Lobbv Hotel ti Panam I
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 Tlvoll Ave. Apt. 1
Office: Tal. 2-S37 Ham*: 3-*M7
HOURS: Moadaj Ihru Friday
t t* 12 am.
Mondar, Wednesday. Thursday
to S p.m.
Saturday a.m. to 1 p.m. .

ALADDIN
KEROSENE Mantle Lamp
St Candi* Power of Modern White
Light. Burn* SO Hours On 1 gal. of
Kerosene Ues U% AIR Only ?.
KEROSENE. Absolutely Safa It
cannot Explode Require no gener-
ator or pump No Smoke or Odor.
So limpie a Child Can Oocrat* It
$9.95 Lowest Price
ever Offered In Panam.
AD Peru Available.
On Rale In All HARDWARE sad
FURNITURE Store*
Distributors: -
WONG CHANO, S. A.
Cold* tin SI Balnea Ave
Tel 3*3
Panam M Central Ave.
TeL 2-2*87
TAXI
RAMO
2 OR MORE CAN RIDE
AS CHEAP AS /
24-Hour Phone
SERVICE Pan.
3-3344
Off The Floor Delivery
On These Famous British
Cars
STANDARD VANGUARD
A-Door Sedan
TRIUMPH MAYFLOWER
2-Door Sadan
STANDARD PANEL TRUCK
STANDARD PICK-UP
TRUCK
For Further Information
Call
Panam 2-2930 or 2-1619
1st Lt. J. D. Counselmtn
First Lieutenant' John D. Coun-
selman. USMC. a Purple Heart
vteran of both the Korean War
and World War II has Joined the
Marine Rifle team representing
Naval Station Rodman.
He reported to the Canal Zone
as Detachment Officer for the
First Ouard Detachment at Naval
Station Rodman in April. An ex-
pert rifle shot. Lt. Counselman
accompanied the Marine team to
the British Invitational Tourna-
ment at Bermuda and was proud
to see his team place second in a
field of twenty-six. He fcheerful-
ly predicts further victories and
is anxious to meet again the Ma-
rine team from Cuba that edged
his team In the British tourna-
ment.
He lives at Farf an with his wife,
Frances and their two children.
Lt. Counselman joined the
Marine Corps in February 1942 at
Mobile. Alabama, his home town.
After completing boot training at
Parrls Island and Marine Corps
School at Quantlco. Virginia, he
was assigned to the American
Embassy in London and then to a
submarine base In Scotland. Re-
turning to the States, he went to
Camp Pendleton. California for
further training and was then
assigned to the assault force
which wrested the Marshall Is-
lands from the Japanese. During
the invasion of Sainan. Lt. Coun-
selman was wounded but recov-
ered in time for the Invasion of
Tinlati. Again wounded at Tln-
ian. he was sent to a hospital at
Guadalcanal and from there re-
turned to the States.
Lt. Counselman received his
commission while serving as an
Instructor at Little Creek, Virgi-
nia in 1948.
HIS LETTER WONFascinated by his new letter, "PW" spelled,
backwards,, is this Chinese Red soldier at a UN camp in Pusan.i
Other Red prisoners idle in the sunshine, with little to worry about'
because the war's over for them. (Exclusive NEA-Acme photo bjr!
Staff Photographer Bert Ashwortb.)
REDS THROW SECRET WEAPONLt. Clinton W. Efflnger ot j
West lalm Beach, Fla., pilot of a jet fighter-bomber in Korea, j
looks over something new in Communist weapon*. It's a rock, I
thrown by a Red soldier, that landed on Efflnger's piano during a I
low-level strattng run. (USAF photo from NEA-Acme.) J
S-i2ei-
Our Advertisements Have Been Copied But The
Quality of Buick Will NEVER Be
CANAI, ZONE
OFF-THE-FLOOR-TWO DAY DELIVERY
SPECIALS
4-DOOR SEDAN......................$ 2439
2-DOOR RIVIERA .................... 2513
CONVERTIBLE COUPE ................. 2815
SUPERS
4-DOOR RIVIERA SEDAN.....------.....$ 2678
2-DOOR RIVIERA COUPE.............. 2604
2-DOOR SEDAN................------. 2504
CONVERTIBLE COUPE................. 2948
a
Why Pay The Same Price For a Small Car When For
So Little You Can Be riving A GREAT BIG
BEAUTIFUL BUICK
SM00T y PAREDES SM00T y HUNNICUT
PANAMa
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Tkii nrwiaapai anumti no rtsaaniiailri, (r ttstamanti at oainiam
avpiauad in letter tram raaaart.
EDITOR'S NOTE: In submiltinr. letters on the charge
and countercharges made by E. A. Gaskin and "Name
Withheld," readers are asked to omit personal slurs and
name calling-, which merely clutter the letters and make
some of them impossible to use eren after editing.
GASKIN WAS BORN HERE
Colon, R. P.
Dear Sir:
It is a pity that one who should have chosen to reply to
heatedly to Mr. E. A. Gaskin'* views on the labor situation in
the Canal Zone, as it affects Local-Raters, should also have
chosen to withhold his true name from publication.
It is true that Mr. Gaskin is travelling in the United States
through the courtesy of the U. 8. 8tate Department, and, Indi-
rectly, through the benefit of the U. 8. Taxpayers. But includ-
ing the writer and other Zonlans as U. 8. Taxpayers, is a color
of a different horse!
If I remember rightly, U. 8. Zonlans (until this year) haven't
been paying any taxes to Uncle Sam since the Big Ditch was
started!
Mr. Gaskin was born right here in the Republic of Panama,
and regardless of his origin, he Is considered under the laws of
the Republic of Panama as a citizen of the Republic of Panama.
But even if Mr. Gaskin was a West Indian, which he Is not.
I believe that West Indiana have as much right as Zonlans to
yell to high heaven about the abominable labor conditions exist-
ing oh the Canal Zone! After all, they are the ones who do
most of the work around here and get the smallest pay fox do-
ing it! Besides, the blood, sweat, brawn and tears.of West In-
dians are as much mingled with the Big Ditch as that of any
other group that assisted in its construction, or as comingled as
those of any other group that now maintains it.
As far as the difference In wages between the Canal Zone
ano private industry in the Republic of Panama is concerned,
he seems to be forgetting that the Pan-Canal-Railroad organ-
ization is a bigger business concern than most Panamanian in-
dustries put together! A business organization pays Its employes
in proportion to the volume of Its business and Its profits. Even
modern labor laws uphold such equitable principles! When this
is not done, labor unions agitate by various means to see that
it Is done! How then can he expect small business concerns in
the Republic of Panama to pay as much for labor as the big
U.S. Government-owned Panama Canal Company?
Did he say something about free hospltalizatlon. cheap rent,
cheap food, good working conditions, better salaries than else-
where, free schools, and "retirement" for aliens? Don't make
me laugh any louder than I have laughed already.
The average Local-Rater earns about one-third of the
monthly salary of a U. S. Rater. His hospitallzation fees are
not free. The rent he pays for housing In the Canal Zone, con-
_ slderlng the size of his salary and the place he Uves, is not
' cheap. I haven't yet seen a Commissary price list that carries
different prices for Local-Raters and U. 8. Raters. The average
Local Rate family Is far larger than the average U. 8. Rater's
family.
As for "retirement" for aliens! Imagine "Johnny-Local-
Rater" retiring after 45 years of faithful, loyal and devoted serf
* vice to the Pan-Canal Co,, on a "pension" of $25 per month.
I He usually dies within five vears after such "retirement" leaving
i his family to the care of charitable friends.
Lawrence Husbands.
Labor Mews
And
(lomment
Black InkWhat's That?"
NOTE FOR NEW YORK PAPERS
Sir:
Cristobal

Name Withheld, you did an excellent job In your letter In
hut night's Mall Box.
I have read about all of its kind that has appeared in the
last three or four years and yours comes first. I hope you will
continue to write along the same liner whenever occasion needs
It.
You are going to read a nasty answer in the Mall Box in
the near future, and Very likely some criticism from the would
be "good neighbors." but don't let that trouble you. Your type
of letter always makes good reading.
If I may I would suggest that you always point out to kinds
of the type of Gaskin & Company that they are not doing the
Canal Zone a favor by working there. They can't go anywhere
else.
Also In addition to the poor conditions they have in Pana-
ma they have a lot of discrimination to contend with every-
where they go, including Africa.
It might be a good idea to mall a few copies of "Name With-
held?" letter to the New York papers who gave free space to
Catkin's spiel.
Bent Regards
Atlantic Sider.
FOREIGNERS PROHIBITED FROM CRITICIZING*
Panama City
Mall Box Column,
Panama American.
Dear Mr. NAME WITHHELD,
Having read your letter in the Mail Box, I have found it
convenient to forward you these lines in reference to the same,
due, that vour expressions have been somewhat censurable to a
certain extent.
As a Panamanian and student of law, permit me to call your
attention to the fact that Americans residing on the Isthmus
are prohibited by our both governments to submit public state-
ments which are perjudicial directly or indirectly to the Govern-
ment of Panama. In other words you are not authorized to de-
termine Panamanians as of another nationality, or likewise...
That is an Internal affair of the Republic of Panama.
As to my personal opinion, permit me also to state that Mr.
Gaskin's views do somewhat coincide with that of the average
Panamanian, especially the Younger Generation, who are striv-
ing to modify the Inaccurate decisions and procedures of our
fathers who were forced to contemplate THEN, the negotiation
of treaties, which have proven most unfavorable to us during
our few yeart as a Free-Nation.
Our personal feeling towards the American Government la
most favorable In many respects, but what has been put Into
practice In the Canal Zone, truly has not been PAIR-Play. If
you really believe in equal treatment and salaries, then I open-
ly Invite vou to come over and see me at our University and
see If we could work up a plan of project towards a better re-
lation among our people. If this were a reality, we could prove
to the world that the Word Communism is mostly only a pre-
text In Panama.
Panamanians are well respected and treated equally In the
United Sttaes. Then what Is the Idea of this continued pre-
judice and partial trickeries on the Canal Zone? If the Jamai-
cans dug your Canal, haven't they the right to share the bene-
fits of a decent wage from the profit of its maintenance? Who
was it that said. ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUAL?
I sincerely hope that this antagonism that exists on the
Canal Zone shall cease as soon as posible, but In the meantime
I shall continue to sustain the obvious fact that protests as Mr
Gaskins' are justifiable.
Marl* Antonio Garcia.
GATUNITE PICKS IT UP
Mail Box
Pandrna American
Panama, R. P.
Dear Mall Box,
In Sunday's paper-today-there is an article about changing
the name of Gatun Dam. Gatun Locks, and Gatun town to
8IBERT!!! Why change the name at all and there must be a
better name to rename It.
All the maps and books concerning the canal win have to
be reprinted-at a great expense. The Oatunites will be Sibert-
ltes. and this guv came from Alabama where there's bound to
be an unnamed town-why not change the name of some town
"Here? Come on Gatun. lets fight this'stupld Joke.
Yourt truly,
#M-Slbert.
By K. C. WU
Qovernor of Formla
(Victor Riesel is on vacation.
K. C. Wu, Governor of Formosa,
is substituting for him today as
special guest columnist.)
taireh, Formosa To the
working people of America I
wish to send my hearty greet-
ings. I greet you not only in my
own name but also on behalf
of the people of Free China, In-
cluding our hundreds of thou-
sands of working people.
American workers have al-
ways been noted for their pro-
gresslveness and farsightedness.
For many decades you have
been striving to promote your
own welfare, but at the same
time you have not been oblivious
of the welfare of the American
nation as a whole.
Yow have persistently op-
posed everything inimical
to the interests of the Unti-
ed States, and it is your
righteous stand and' un-
tiring efforts which in a
large- measure have contri-
buted to the prosperity and
strength of your great coun-
try and thereby helped the
furtherance of the demo~
cratic cause.
The Labor Movement in China
has always had the same ob-
jectives at yours, but unfor-
tunately It has suffered a tevere
setback as a result of Commun-
ist aggression
For many years the Chinese
Communists did all they could
to stress In their propaganda
that their supreme object was
to promote and safeguard the
welfare of the workers and pea-
sants, and that the Red Army't
victory would mean the com-
plete liberation of these two
classes of people.
However, what has happen-
ed In the past one and a half
years has amply proved that
the Communists did not have
an lota of sincerity. The Com-
munist victory on the main-
land has brought Chinese work-
ers nothing but the bitterest
disappointment and disillusion-
ment.
Instead of being "liberated"
in the sense of working under
better conditions and being paid
more for their labor, they have
been forced to work longer
hours at a lower pay. Those who
nave dared to express their
dissatisfaction have either been
thrown into prison or sentenced
to death.
Moreover, owing to the clos-
ing down of many factories,
Shanghai alone has hundreds
of thousands of unemployed
workers, a great number of
whom have already been sent
to Kore*. tq serve as cannon-
tod der.
Needless to say, the peasants
cieWHY WASIIIHTOH
MERRY-GO-ROUND
ly DltlW PIARSON
White Hunter
By 80B RUARK
GRUMMETTI CAMP, TANGANYIKA. A
white hunter, by popular conception, is sup-
posed to stand six foot five, sport a full beard,
and habitually stab leopards to death with a
penknife. When not engaged in pulling the
tusks from elephants with his bare hands, he
is alleged to hang about Nairobi bars, ogling
women,, drinking whisky and thumbing the
big cartridges he flaunts In the loops of his
Jacke-
, By definition a white hunter is the man
who runa a safari, handles the boys who make
the camp go. leads you to game, stands be-
hind you with a big double rifle, and at-
tempts to prevent the animals from eating
you. He is a comoination of guide, chaperone,
interpreter, chauffeur, tracker, mOpper-upper,
gin-rummy partner and social drinker. He
comes in as boss t the safari package, and
his author! y h iiKip.hr, that the captain
of a ship.
I now one white hunter who is not much
,. VI. ,w.eA?0llyetHt!r-^.hlle Dl"er than the ugly-snouted .505 Olbbs he
llZ,u%,?"*?*?**' h*,Ve eU carrlM- ThB now-retired Philip Percival. the
reduced to abject poverty, they, (jean 0f
roughly adoie him whle showing him more
respect than I have e.er seen evinced by a
native toward a wnlte
He drives a car over tough terrain as if
he were tooling cown a four-lane highway.
He can walk 30 miles a day after an elephant,
In rough bush, or drive for 15 hours over
mean ground and still do more work around
the camp than a rested native. When b*
needs a roaa or bridge he builds one.
The guy la brave D-yond the concept of
the word, becpufc the bravery Is based on
self-confidence r-r a complete knowledge of
the habits and i. actions of animals. I re-
cently saw him si and off a charge from a
enraged female lion v.ith cubs, just after I
had shot tils old man.
She took tier charge to within 20 feet of us
and SeJby st'.U withheld his fire. He called her
bluff and she stepped within patting distance.
He didn't vant to kj,t her because of the
cubs, but was confident he would do it at six
feet.
On his last safari a wounded buffalo charged
him from a distance of eight feet and he shot
nX h. w,!m.P~r.V *k!v: den'f the sparse grcup, would resemble a the buffalo through the left eye. A buffalo Is
rf,\r. V.T, ^n.,S P??/" .H?'" nlce W English gentleman who putters among so hard to stop that once Selby and another
before on account or Communist his roses ant1 stokes himself with vast a- guy put 14 cob-sized s'.Uds In the chest of a
oppression and exploitation. mounts of teu.
u H.1re ln JTai^?J' the maln Tnere ls- one heavily experienced yotfng man
bastion of Free China, our work- who is only 23, and my guy, Harry Selby, has
been a pro for six years without having touch-
ed h!s 26th birthday. But he was raised on a
farm arid nis been abating danperous game
since he wpl about eiaht. He can tike the
eye out of a gnat" at three hundred yards,
with no scope to aid him.
Harry has curly black hair ana looks like
a nice young RAF phot. The girls around
Nairobi are nuts about him. He drinks mode-
rately, and quits smoking when on safari. He
is a most polite young man. speaks an im-
peccable, aimost delicate English, a graphic
Swahlll, and does not swear much in either.
He loves animals.
He is an expert tracker, and he can take
any piece o machinery apart and put It back
together. He has had the same nucleus of
boys ever since he took over most of Pop
Perclval's gioup when the dean retired. They
lng people are leading an en-
tirely different kind of life.
So long as they do not
violate the laws of the
country, before which all
people are equal, they can
do anything they please
without fear of being mo-
lested or interfered with.
Like all other people, they
have participated in the
.free elections based on the
principles of universal suf-
frage and secret ballot which
have been held in various
parts of Taiwar during the
past year for the election
of mayors, district magis-
trates, and members of mu-
nicipal and district coun-
cils.
In this connection, particu-
larly worth mentioning is the
system of labor insurance
which we have successfully In-
augurated in Taiwan.
The system has a twofold ob-
ject: first, to safeguard the live-
lihood of the workers; second, to WASHINGTON.The British will quite soon
promote harmonlout relations: be ready to explode their first atomic bomb,
and the The timing depends in par on what it done
in this country. But the chances are that the
first British atomic test will take place with-
in a matter of months, almost certainly within
'he coming year. This Is, of course, a matter
force on March 1. 1950, specify of the highest importance. For one thing, It
that all workers employed in goes right to the heart of the Anglo-American
public and private factories, elatlonshlp.
mines, salt fields, communica- For the explosion of a British bomb will be,
tlons and public utilities shall! in a sense, a measure of the partial failure
charged whose 2,500 pounds collapsed literally
on their feet.
Selbv leaves nothing wounded. He will go
into the bust: alter a rut-shot leopard, part-
ing the urass a foot at a time, poking a shot-
gun charged with buck;hot ahead of him like
a wana. His nickname among! the natives
means "HUXTJf" in Swr.hili. and he does not
believe in putting off trouble. He gives a
wounded lion or buff five minutes and then
dives Into t:ie bush after him.
The only defect in Harry's character that
I can detect i? he's mud about buffalo, the
meanest, surliest, smartest, most dangerous of
them.all, ami is tiying to infect me with the
poison I v.i scared tiff of buffalo, but I
notice I am ajway.. on my belly In the marsh,
trying to sneak up on some horrid bovine
thug with or. extra foot on his horns. If one
of them doesn't trample me I'd like to tell
f'ou next time about the two lions I shot dur-
ng the first three day. of the actual safari.
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
British Big Bang
management so as to ensure so-
cial stability and higher pro-
duction. The Labor insurance
Regulations, which came into
be insured against injury, dis-
ability, maternity, old age and
death.
It is a kind of limited com-
pulsory labor Insurance, the
scope of which will be extended
in due course of time to eover
of the Anglo-American partnership. This is so
for several reasons. Although the British tech-
nicians now knew In detail how to make the
bomb, it will be extremely costly to clear the
final technological hurdles, and then to stage
the test, probably in Australia. And this heavy
charge on the British economy comes at a
time when the British rearmament effort is
British finances to the
sickness and unemployment
end to benefit as many work- already straining
ers as possible. breaking point.
The labor insurance system Moreover, the fact Is that the British do
has already brought relief and "f},,"0* n,ave the. rtsVrces, ".JJ? e!lner.u*
contentment to no less than
130.000 workers, and may be
said to have achieved to a large
extent the object for which It Is
intended.
The worker.- of Free China
have much to learn from
tf"ir fellow workers in the
It d States. Your Labor
Movement has a much long-
er history, and you have a
much richer experience then
ours.
Our working people, who are
whole-heartedly supporting the
National Government In Its
struggle with the Communists,
are ready to co-operate with you
In making united efforts for
meeting the Communist menace
and ensuring the ultimate
triumph Of the democratic
cause.
really decisive stockpile of bombs, or the
planes to carry bombs in Important numbers
to Soviet targets. The newly designed British
medium bomber is an excellent plane, perhaps
even superior in performance to our own
B-47. But this plane is still In the prototyoe
stage, and even when In production, it will
be hand-tooled, rather than mass-produced.
The recent, irresponsible revelation that the
United States now has only eighty-seven oper-
ational B-3A bombers should serve to under-
line this fact. The B-36 is the only bomber
capable of reaching important Soviet targets
from American bases. Eighty-sevenplanes or
200could not possibly serve as an effective
deterrent against Soviet aggression, especially
in view of the rapidly maturing Soviet air
defense.
The plain fact is that the capacity to de-
liver the American atomic stockpile now
squarely depends on overseas bases controlled
by the French, and above all by the British.
The further fact is that the onlv decisive
American weapon could be nullified "by a sin-
gle telephone call." to quote one knowledge-
able American airman. For if. In some future
crisis, the British government notified this
government that American bombers could not
use British bases, the French would surely
follow suit. Thus the central factor In Ameri-
can military power could be eliminated at a
stroke.
It is because it is the only insurance a-
gamst this happening that our own policy
makers want a working Anglo-American at-
omic partnership. But this would require leg-
islationspecifically, revision' of the McMahon
act. There have been repeated conversations
about changing the Act. Atomic Energy Com- ',
mlttee Chairman Brlen McMahon himself un- '
derstands the need for revision.
But every time plans have proceed to the
point where legislation was about to be In-
troduced, there has been a Fuchs scandal, or
a Pontecorvo scandal, or a Burgess-McLean
scandal, and the plans have been hastily
dropped.
The recent Burgess-McLean defection, in
fact, knocked Into a cocked hat carefully laid
plans for an Anglo-American atomic partner-
ship. And now the only way out. apparently,
is for the British to make the costly and basi-
cally unnecessary effort to produce atomic
bombs Independently. The Congress will pre-
sumably be far less reluctant to permit an
atomic partnership if the prospective partner
has shown the capacity to produce atomic
bombs anyway.
Moreover. British security arrangements are
being firmly if belatedly tightened, and there
should be no more Fuchs-Pontecorvo-Burgess-
McLean betrayals.
The explosion of a British-made bomb, to be
sure, should have some desirably consequences
in Iteself. Even so. It Is time this country re-
cognized that the Anglo-American alliance, to
which British bases are Just as essential as
American planes and bombs, is not a one-way
st reet.
(Copyright. 1951. New York Herald Tribune
Inc.
Drew Pearson says: Senatorial courtesy helped KoHsai
flood; Truman's policy on natural gas undercut by his
own crony; Federal Power Commission puts vetoed Ken
bill into force.
WASHINGTON. Part of the damage suffered by the :peo-
Die of Kansas in the current flood would have been avdlded
-K tne cu,tom ot enatorial courtesy.
,4hirteen years ago, Congress passed a bill authorizing a
-ZOOO-acre reservoir on Tuttle Creek, north of Manhattan, Kansas,
it was proposed by the Army engineers as a means of controlling
tne Hoods which have swept eastern Kansas periodically.
However, the dam was never built for the reason that
tne money never was voted by Congress. Although authorized, it
was never voted because one of the late Republican senators
from Kansas, Clyde Reed, objected. Every time the appropria-
tion came up lor the Tuttle Creek retervoir. Senator Reed turned
iMumbs down, and under the system of senatorial courtesy he
had the final say.
Frank Carlson, now a OOP Senator from Kansas, was then
a Congressman and did his best to obtain passage of the ap-
propriation. Later, as governor, Frank Carlson also tried to push
the Tuttle Creek reservoir through. But Senator Reed had some
rienda in that area who owned farming land which would have
been taken over by the proposed reservoir. Unfortunately, he
pj'.t their interest ahead of the interest of the rest of the peo-
ple of eastern Kansas.
Now lives have been lost and millions of dollars worth of
property ruined in a flood which could have been partly con-
trolled if the Army Engineers' plan had been followed.
WHY TRUMAN CANT WIN
An unpublicized incident occurred in the Federal Power Com-
m.sslon recently which illustrates why Harry Truman is almost
certain not to be elected President of the United States, even
li he chooses to run.
The incident Involved a poker-playing crony of the Pres-
ident's, Ex-Sen. Mon Wallgreen, who deliberately cut his chief
throat.
This has become a favorite pattern In Wathington. The
White House outlines a policy, frequently a fine and courageous
policy. Then the President appoints men who throw that policy
in the ditch. That's why the Truman Administration is being
called the "talk-blg-do-little" Administration.
. This was what ne did on one of the most Important battles
he has waged In the past year his veto of the Kerr natural
gus bill. The bill was authorored by a friend of his, powerful,
1 cpular Sen. Bob Kerr of Oklahoma. But It would have boosted
he price of gas to city populations everywhere, and also boosted
tne profits of the oil and gas companies. So Truman vetoed it.
Yet. believe It or not. the Federal Power Commission haa
now secretly overruled the President's policy and completely
nullified his veto.
What the Kerr bill said was that the Federal Power Com-
mission did not have Jurisdiction to regulate the price of natural
gas going into interstate pipelines. The President, overruling the
Kerr bill, said the Power Commission did have Jurisdiction.
SECRET VOTE
But, by a secret 4-to-l vote, the FPC has now decided not
to take jurisdiction over the biggest producer of natural gas,
Phillips Petroleum, thus directly reversing the President and
giving the oil and gas moguls their greatest victory in years.
Incidentally, housewives In the cities of the north, midwest
and southwest can look for hikes in the price of their gas very
shortly.
Significantly also Senator Kerr is one of the biggest, sup-
pliers of natural gas to Phillips' Petroleum. He owns several
leases in partnership with Phillips, while his Kerr-McOee Oil
Company owns an estimated $100,000,000 in natural gas reserves.
His gross income of $12,000,000 a year makes him the wealthiest
man In the Senate.
TRUMAN'S CRONY
Most amazing thing about the Federal Power Commission
aebate was the way the Presidents poker-playing crony, chair-
man Mon Wallgren, actually broke into the final argument of
the attorneys defending the public to quote excerpts from the
Kerr bill.
"I want to hear something about what Congress thought,"
i Wfcllgren explained, as he quoted from the bill which his chief
in the White House had vetoed..
At one point, Wallgren nearly got into.a brawl with James
I H. Lee, Detroit attorney, who was arguing for the public Wall-
Men shouted accusations across the hearing room, charging
| rhat local utility commissions shirked their duties. The argument
got so hot, that Lee started toward the commission bench, and
Wallgren pushed back his chair ready for action. However, aged
Cummislsoner Claude Draper headed Lee off by dashing oul
lrom behind the bench and planting himself In front of ee.
Wallgreen also baited William Torkelson, counsel for the
Wisconsin Public Service Commission. In fact, the FPC chair-
man seemed to go out of his way to undercut the man in the
White House who appointed him. One of Wallgren's tactics was
to bombard pro-consumer lawyers with so many questions' -atiat
11iey didn't have time to sum up their arguments. For example. .
FPC attorney Lambert McAllister was limited to two hoift tc
present the public's case, Yet Wallgreen hurled so many Irrele-
vant questions at him that McAllister never finished his pre-
rentatlon.
Finally, commissioner Thomas Buchanan blurted angrily:
'Don't you think we might have a little more argument -from
counsel?"
AN OLD MAN GETS TIRED
One day, following these oral arguments, Wallgreen called a
surprise closed-door meeting to decide the Phillips case. S^aff
members could hardly believe it when the motion to rule In .favor
of Phillips Bnd reverte the President's policy was offered by
Commissioner Draper, the man who had battled tooth-anp-nall
against the Kerr bill only a year ago.
It may be significant that Draper's confirmation for another
term was held up by the Senate Interstate and Foreign Com-
merce Committee last month. Now 78 years old, and most of his
Lfe a public servant, Draper has no money and little to llVi'.ou
If the Senate had failed to confirm him.
Though Draper flatly denies it, members of his own staff
claim that the Senators held up his confirmation until he agreed
to reverse himself on the Kerr bill. Significantly, he was finally
approved for another term only on June 21, Just one day before
iiia previous term ran out.
Those voting with Draper against the President and in favor
of the oil and gas Interests were Commissioners Nelson Lee Smith,
Harrington Wimblerly, a friend of Senator Kerr's from Oklahoma,
and Chairman Wallgren. Only Buchanan voted for the public.
Note Here is what President Truman said about the Kerr
bill a year ago In his veto message: "This bill would preclude
tie Federal Power Commission from regulating sales of natural
3ns to interstate pipeline companies... The continuance of that
authority will adequately protect the public interest by permit*
ting the commission to prevent unreasonable and excessive prices
which would give large windfall profits to gat producers at the
expense of the consumers.''
(Copyright. 1951. By The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
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TUESDAY, JULY M, 1*51
Czechs Throw Out US Demand
For Release Of William Oatis
By JAMES E. ROPEB
WASHINGTON, July 24 (UP). CommunUt Chechoslovakia
has rejected a direct U.S. demand for immediate release of an
American newspaper reporter Imprisoned on trumped-up spy
charges, the State Department announced yesterday.
But Department spokesman Michael J. McDermott said new
American moves of an undisclosed nature are "under study" to
free William N. Oatis. The Associated Press Prague correspon-
dent was sentenced to 10 years in jail earlier this month.
McDermott told a news conference the Czech cabinet sent a
brief note Saturday to the U.S. Embassy in reply to a stern de-
mand for action by Ambassador Ellis O. Brices.
"The reply," McDermott said, "was unsatisfactory in that It
did not comply with the Embassy's request for the Immediate
freeing of Mr. Oatis."
. Neither did the Prague gov-
ernment Indicate any. clear path
for further negotiations, he ad-
ded. So far as is known, Czecho-
slovakia has not named a speci-
fic "ransom" for the American
reporter.
Oatis, seized for attempting to
carry out his regular duties, nas
not been allowed to talk to U. S.
Embassy representatives since
his Imprisonment. McDermott
said the Czech note did not touch
on this issue at all, and the
Czechs have not replied to an
earlier American request for such
a conference.
The State Department did not
Indicate what new moves might
be employed to obtain Oatis'
freedom. ,
But several angry Congress-
men have demanded retaliatory
measures such as severance of
American diplomatic and trade
relations with the Iron Curtain
country. The Senate Foreign Re-
lations Committee mav take up
the resolutions later this week.
A Congressional resolution a-
long these lines would be a strong
weapon, according to diplomatic
sources. They expressed hope,
however, that it would be con-
fined to a clear-cut call for ac-
tion without terms the Czechs
might take as humiliating In-
sults. *
They did not want the issue
to lead the Czechs to make re-
tention of Oatis a matter of pres-
tige for all Soviet satellites.
"We Just want to see him
freed," said one source.
While there has been no indi-
cation of the Czech's price for
the newsman's release, there
have been hints they are espe-
cially angry at activities of Ra-
dio Free Europe, privately oper-
ated American propaganda sta-
tion that broadcasts from Ger-
many to the Iron Curtain.
It was recalled that the sta-
tion had to change Its frequency
slightly before Red Hungary
would release American business-
man Robert A. Vogeler, who was
jailed on charges similar to those
filed against Oatis.
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TRAPPED BY FLOOD Joe Conkin, 48, of Kansas City, Kan.,
Is helped to a glass of water In a Kansas City hospital by
nurse Marilyn Ledell. Conkin was trapped in the second-
floor bedroom of his home by the flood. He went without
food or drinking 'water for six days, and had to stay on top
of a chest of drawers during the peak of the flood.
26 Flying
33 Teeth
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CALLED CON MAN bam-
uel D. Mason scratches his
"brow during his testimony
beiore the Senate committee
Investigating "influence ped-
41ing" Masori is accused of
fulctlng $250,000 lrom vic-
ms on promises of getting
leases on government build-
ings. He said he hadn't filed
ai> Income tax return since
"before 1929.''
PC Workers Bought
$77,'J81 June Bonds
Panam Canal Company and'
Canal Zone Government em-
Sloyes purchased a total of $77,-,
81.2b worth of United States}
Savings Bonds during the month
of June, according to the nonth- .
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for S38.437.50 of the total bond
6urehaaes and $39,543 worth o,
and were cash salea. i
31st & 47lh Guard
Divisions To Give
Korea Replacements
WASHINGTON, July 24 UP)
The army today said it probably
will be necessary to send some
men from the 31st and 47th Na-
tional Guard divisions to Korea
in August and September.
The 31st Division, originally
made up of men from Alabama
and Mississippi is training at
Fort Jackson. S.C. The 47th, ori-
ginally comprising men from
Minnesota and North Dakota, is
training at Camp Rucker, Ala.
The army said some men will
have to be drawn from these di-
visions for replacement in Korea
in order to .mpport the army's!
planned rotation rate of 30,000
men a month from Korea for the
next three months.
The 31st Division had 9,300
when ordered to duty and has
been strengthened by 11,000 j
draftees and volunteers. The 47th
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Jerry Whyte. Mrs. Pauline Marsh ,
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The other members present
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Eva Hart. Mrs. Helen Fogle, Mrs.1
Harry Tolbert. Mrs. Jesse Friese,!
Mrs. Ernest Beck, Mrs. Arthur
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Schenck, Mrs. Myrtle Godwin.
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Jones, and Mrs Russell Mann.
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had about 8,000 men when or-
dered to duty. It was increased
by an additional 13,000.
The army said the 3lst and
47th divisions are now the only
ones available to call on for re-
placements. Some replacements
previously were drawn from the
28th and 43rd Divisions, but these
two divisions are now scheduled
to go to Europe..
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The Janet Leigh wardrobe In RKO'a Technicolor drama, "Jet Pilot,"
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the drawing board. Jtight, Janet modela the finished creation.
Significant Moral Theme Underlies
Melodramatics In "Gambling House"
OPENING THURSDAY AT THE CENTRAL THEATRE
Victor Mature, Terry Moore, William Bendix Starred
in Suspenseful Story of a Shady Character Who
, Learned About Americanism the Hard Way.
Meetinc of Cristobal
Kehekah Lodge
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"SURRENDER
IN HOLLYWOOD
HOLLYWOOD (NEA> Guys
and Dolls: I haven't had a clue
as to what some of the profile
Icings his age are going to do, but
Lyle Talbot has thrown In the
towel as a heart-flutterer.
Lyle, who was bossing Loretta
Young and Barbara Stanwyck
not too many years ago, Is now
listing himself: Character actor.
"You can't go on forever doing
leads," he told us. "Being a char-
acter man Is better. You don't
have to watch your waistline.
You don't have to worry about
whether you're a handsome guy
or not. What a relief."
What does Lyle think of his
movie brothers who still insist on
being dashing and Irresistible
around the 50-year mark?
"They're foolish," he grinned.
"Audiences aren't going to con-
tinue to accept them."

Marie Windsor's got a word for
elamour pee-wees who keep hop-
ing that they'll grow an extra
inch or two.
The word Is "Don't," and Ma-
rie uttered it on the set of her
new film, "East Is East."
The top of Marie's head hits
the 5 foot, 7& inch mark on the
measuring stick and she wants It
known that her height "has been
a handicap to my career all
along."
Profile boys built up with ele-
vator heels take one look at Ma-
rie's long frame and yell for
somebody the sise of Mary Jane
Saunders"and that," says Ma-
rie, "eliminates 25 per cent of my
chance for good roles."
But what puzzles her most Is
that her first two picture breaks
were with John Garfield and
George Raft, who aren't Paul
Bunyans by any stretch of the
camera lens.
"I didn't have a bit of trouble,"
sniffed Marie. "My woes started
after that. The whole thing Is
very frustrating."
Audrey Totter's holding up her
own hand and shouting, "The
wlnnah!"
And the producers and casting
directors who stuck Audrey In
gun moll parts are taking the
count.
"It took me a year to fight It
out," Audrey smiled happily.
"Once you get that gun put In
your hand, It stays there."
She's on the side of J. Edgar
Hoover in Llppert's "FBI Girl"
now and she returns to MOM for
a whack at a heroine without
homicide In her heart In "Coun-
ty Line." And she'll be a wise-
cracking secretary In a comedy
radio series, "Meet Millie," this
summer.

Thelma Rltter spikes the rumor
that she's going to yelp out loud
If she's handed anything less
than big, Juicy picture plums
from now on. The guessers have
Thelma all wrong.
"This star business," she snort-
ed. "Who asked for that?"
Thelma will hop from pictures
tailored Xo her size to second-
fiddle roles fend wants It known
that "I don't want to force my
luck."
"I like the brilliant short parts
like Birdie in 'All About Eve."'
grinned the veteran stock com-
pany actress who once wrote fin-
ish to her career. "All the gravy
and no responsibilitythat's the
way I like it."
A question that brings the
blush to the face of opera bari-
tone Robert Merrill, in Holly-
wood for a movie career:
"Aren't you glad to be around
slick chicks like Dinah Shore and
Adele Jergens after singing with
those broad-beamed, 200-pound
opera lasses?"
His answer:
"Most women in opera today
aren't like that. Look at Patrice
Munsel, Blanche Thebom, Doro-
thy Klrsten, Roberta Peters and
Rise Stevens. They're beautiful.
It's mostly the Wagnerian opera
stars that areerbuxom and
stout."
Fox may bill Michael O'Shea,
who's usually listed over the title,
under Thelma Rltter and Jeanne
Crain In his big comeback stint
in "The Marriage Broker," but
he's not worried about It.
"Who reads billing outside of
Hollywood?" he shrugged. "The
thing to do is to get in and do a
good Job and forget about billing.
Some actors I know have let
themselves be billed above Ethel
Barrymore. If anybody ever bill-
ed me over Ethel Barrymore I'd
be ashamed."
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PANAMA, R. P.. MARTES, JULIO 24. 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
LA E8TATUA ECUESTRE DE BRONCE DE SI
do de Amrica por la Repblica de Venezuela,
un sitio prominente de la Avenida de las Ame
la Ciudad de Nueva York. En la ceremonia,
guracin original, el Dr. Emilio Gomes Ruis,
la, present la estatua de Bolivar al Alcalde V
la, G. Sures Flamerlch, apret un botn que
cerca de la estatua. Las luces representaban lo
livia, Colombia, Ecuador y Panam y los Esta
Nueva York, ley un mensaje del Presidente
na. Trescientos cadetes militares y navales ve
Colombia figuraban entre las tres mil unidad
nida de las Americas antes de la ceremonia.
York, muestra a los espectadores que presenci
Bolvar en su nueva ubicacin en la Avenida
tral. En el fondo estn los cadetes militares
MON BOLVAR, obsequiada a los Estados Unl-
fu reinaugurada en- su nueva ubicacin en
ricas a la entrada del Parque Central Sur de
que tuvo lugar en el 30 aniversario de la inau-
Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores de Venezue-
incent Impellitteri. El Presidente de Venezue-
ilumin siete bombillos instalados en una caja
s seis paises bolivarianos: Venezuela, Per, Ro-
dos Unidos. El Comisionado de Parques de
Truman en elogio de la amistad interamerica-
nezolanos y contingente de cadetes de Per y
es que tomaron parte en el desfile por la Ave-
La fotografa, tomada en la ciudad de Nueva
aron la inauguracin de la Estatua de Simn
de las Americas, a la entrada del parque On-
de Venezuela. Per y Colombia.
Sern reformados los sistemas
tributario y de recaudacin
Se estima que los rojos pedirn el
aplazamiento de las negociaciones
No habr arreglo a base de la
nacionalizacin del petrleo
Los britnicos se
preparan para las
Se entreg a las
autoridades ayer
nuevas discusiones "El Gato Montes"
LONDRES. Julio "4 (UP).
Gran Bretaa espera la Invita-
cin del Premier de Irn. Moha-
med Mossadegh para reanudar
las discusiones sobre la disputa
petrolera, pero fuentes oficiales
anunciaron aue no reanudarn
las negociaciones si se pone
como condicin la aceptacin de
la nacionalizacin de la Indus-
tria petrolera por parte de
Irn.
El Ministerio de Relaciones
Exteriores recibi un informe
del Embajador Britnico en Te-
hern, Sir Francis Shepherd, so-
bre el memorndum que Persia
COIBA, Julio 24 Ayer
las 7:40 p-m. entregse a las au-
toridades del penal, Anastasio
Pinto, alias, 'El Gato Monte.-',
despus de evadirse del canija-
mente de San Juan y permane-
cer diez y seis das en la espe-
sura de l selva. Pinto manries-
to al Director de la Colonia que
se encontraba refugiado en una
cueva en Ro Negro. Pinto dijo
que es casi imposible evdase
de esta isla, despus que la Pa-
tita tome las mismas precau-
ciones y debido a lo intransita-
ble de la espesa selva que cu-re
(Pasa a la oicina columna 6>
El Presupuesto de Rentas
y Gastos entrar a regir
el prximo mes de Agosto
Durante las horas de la .ua-
f.ana la Comisin Legislativa
Permanente se ocupaba de dis-
cutir el proyecto de Presupues-
to presentado por el Ministerio
de Relaciones Exteriores, espe-
rndose que en curso del da
quede finalmente aprobado. Un
vocero de la Comisin Legtela-
tiva Permanente dijo que posi-
blemente esta tarde o maana
ae inicien las discusiones soore
ti proyecto de Presupuesto co-
rrespondiente al Ministerio de
Trabajo Previsin Social y Sa-
lud Pblica, quedando, al apeo-
narse este proyecto, aprobado el
Presupuesto por parte de la Co-
misin Legislativa.
Todo parece Indicar, qus el
Presupuesto de Rentas y Oaitos
entre en vigencia el primero de
Agosto, como haba anunciado
este diario.
Solo se espera la aprobacin
de todos los Ministerios para in
formar ai pblico sobre la tllra
exacta a que se elevar sic y
dar a la publicidad otros deta-
lles de Inters pblico-
Se sealan los sitios donde
se colocarn las urnas de
votacin para los maestros

La Junta Municipal de Edu-
cacin expidi Rs'a maana e\
siguiente comunicado sobre las
elecciones para integrar la Co-
misin Permanente del Escala-!
fon:
COMUNICADO
LA JUNTA MUNICIPAL DE
EDUCACIN
a los maestros de' Distrito ca-
pital
HACE SABER:
Que las urnas para las vota-
ciones de los tres principales y
suplentes que han de formar j
rte de la Comisin Perma-
ente de Escalafn estarn co-
locPd#s en el Distrito Capital
en los siguientes sitios:
En el rea urbana de la ca-
pital en cada ana de las escue- I
Ufc 1
En los alrededores de la ciu-
dad. Asi:
Escuela Puerto Rico
Escuela Dr. Belisario Porras
Escuela Repblica de Hait
Escuela Repblica de Guate-
mala.
Esencia de Buenos Aires
Escuela- de Chllibre
Escuela de Pedregal
Loa maestros de las Escuelas
Barriada de Vista Hermosa,
Vista Hermosa, Cerro Batea.
Las Lajas, Alcaldediaz y Agua
Buena votarn en la Escuela
Repblica de Guatemala.
Los maestros de las Escuelas
de La Venta. Calzada Larga, y
La Laguna de Chllibre, votarn
en la Escuela de Buenos Aires.
Los maestros de las Escuelas
(Paaa a la Pac Coi. >
Los comunistas de
Tehern desafan
el estado de sitio
TEHERAN, Julio 24 (UP)
IB tanques estuvieron patru-
llando las calles de Tehern y
'a Polica y soldados con bayo-
netas caladas formaron un cot-
uda de seguridad alrededor del
Parlamento cuando 600 comu-
nistas "Partidarios de la Paz"
desafiaron la orden del Gobier-
no contra las manifestacin s.
Los "Partidarios de la Paz"
se reunieron afuera del Parla-
mento despus de haberse ir.1-
ciado la sesin de la Cmara
Baja, exigiendo que se les ense-
ara las tumbas de los 15 sim-
patizadores de la "paz" que fue
ron muertos durante los desr-
denes del 15 de Julio-
La manifestacin se llev a
cabo en orden, pero 200 policas
y soldados fueron enviados a la
Piaza del Parlamento para evl-
(Pasa a la Pac Col. I)
Persisten en sus
demandas para el
retiro de tropas
TOKIO, julio 24. (UP).
La radio norcoreana exigi nue-
vamente el retiro de las fuer-
zas extranjeras de Corea en
vsperas de reanudarse las ne-
gociaciones sobre el armisticio
que se Interrumpieron debido a
esa cuestin.
Esta transmisin aumenta la
creencia en los circuios aliados
de que los comunistas pedirn
que se aplacen nuevamente las
negociaciones. La r a d i o de
Pyongyang indic anoche que
los comunistas insistirn en esa
demanda que es Inaceptable pa-
ra las Naciones Unidas.
La Radio de Pyongyang dijo:
"El pueblo coreano exige fir-
memente el retiro de las fuer-
zas extranjeras como condicin
para concertar el cese dt hos-
tilidades en la guerra".
La radio acus a Estados U-
nldos de oponerse a esa de-
manda para asi poder lucrar
explotando a los surcoreano y
dijo que la actuacin de Esta-
dos Unidos "crea graves dudas
de que est planeando ver a
sur-Corea Ubre para dominar-
la".
Ese programa radial as el
ltimo en una serle en que la
propaganda comunista ha tra-
trusa a i* rae c*i ti
Empresa azucarera panamea
exporta veinte mil quintales
de azcar hacia Casablanca
Una de las mas Importantes
exportaciones r e a 1 i z adas en
nuestro pais, ha sido hecha por
la Compaa Azucarera Nacio-
nal, S. A. al embarcar en el va-
por "Heredia", va Casa Blanca,
veinte mil quintales de libras
de azcar.
El importante embarque fue
hecho recientemente en esta
ciudad y segn se nos Infor-
m es el mayor que se ha en-
viado a otro continente.
Anteriormente Panam habla
exportado ciertas cantidades de
azcar hacia Venezuela, pero
segn se nos manifest, es la
primera vez que se embarca
para los paises de ultramar.
Investigacin de
sucesos de mayo
est estancada
El Fiscal del Segundo Tribu-
nal de Justicia, Lie. J. M. Vs-
quez Diaz, ha remitido una cir-
cular a todos los fiscales de los
circuitos, requiriendo que en-
ven a su despacho cuanto an-
tes 16$ excedientes relacionados
cun los hechos del da 10 de
iMayo. con el fin de terminar
esa:; investigaciones.
Los liscales Vlanor Bellido y
Alejandro A. Cajar, terminaron
sus expedientes y fueron remi-
tidos al Fiscal Vsquez Daz.
Slo se est esperando el expe-
diente instruido por el Fiscal
Daro Sandoval.
Los expedientes son el resul-
tado de la Investigacin sobre
las muertes ocurridas en la Pre-
sidencia y la derogatoria de la
Constitucin de 1948.
E. U. res. v inge
transferencia de
buques mercantes
WASHINGTON, julio 24.
(UP). El Seaado de Es-
tados Unidos aprob un pro-
yecto de ley restringiendo la
transferencia de boques mer-
cantes de Estados Unidos a
los armadores extranjeros.
El Senador Demcrata Wa-
rren Magnuson, firmante del
proyecto, dijo que los arma-
dores de Estados Unidos han
venido esquivando los im-
Ctiestos poniendo sus buques
ijo el pabelln panameo
y agreg que esto es "un mal
que 'est consumiendo a la
marina mercante de Estados
Unidos".
Magnuson manifest que la
Prctica es tan general que
anami tiene ahora una ma-
rina mercante que ocupa el
cuarto lugar en el mundo, en
cuanto a tonelaje.
El proyecto pasar ahora
a estadio a la Cmara de Re-
presentantes. El proyecto de
ley prohibe la venta o trans-
ferencia de cualquier buque
propiedad de Estados Unaos
a un pais extranjero sin la
aprobacin escrita de los Mi-
nisterios de Defensa, Comer-
cio y Estado.
Sociedad Cvica
da B/. 600 para
iniciar una obra
La Sociedad Pro Mejoras del
Parque Lefevre ha aportado la
suma de B.600.00 a la construc-
cin de la Biblioteca "Francis-
co Arlas Paredes", que ser
construida en los terrenos del
Parque Infantil "Gringo Guar-
dia", para iniciar as la colecta
de fondos y materiales que han
de culminar con la ereccin del
primer edificio para biblioteca
infantil que se confeccionar en
nuestro pais.
Los miembros del Comit ma-
nifestaron que han estado diri-
giendo cartas personales a pro-
minentes panameos, con obje-
to de que enven rdenes de
materiales para la construccin
de esta obra de alto significa-
do social.
El costo de la construccin se
calcula en B.10.000.00 y los
miembros de la Sociedad espe-
ran levantar los fondos a tra-
vs de una Intensa campaa,
tal como lo hicieron cuando
construyeron el Parque Infantil.
Decretos-Leyes con base en
las facultades confecciona
el Ministerio de Hacienda
Los decretos leyes que reforman el sistema tribu-
tario de Panam y que tienden a hacer ms efectiva
la recaudacin de impuestos se encuentran casi ter-
minados en,el Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro y se
espera que dentro de poco sean presentados a la
consideracin del Consejo de Gabinete, segn se nos
inform en fuentes enteradas.
Los mencionados decretos leyes se basan en un
proyecto de Cdigo Fiscal que fue confeccionado por
la Comisin Codificadora a base de estudios de tc-
nicos en la materia y de acuerdo con nuestra reali-
dad fiscal.
Se nos manifest asimismo que en la actualidad
hay ms de un milln de balboas pendientes en cuen-
tas de impuestos atrasaos que no se han podido co-
brar y que en esta poca de penuria fiscal le servi-
ran de mucho a la Repblica.
Aunque no se nos ha explicado en detalle las me-
didos ms importantes que contienen los decretos
leyes a que hacemos referencia, se estima que la
aprobacin de ellos significar una verdadera revolu-
cin en el sistema de recaudacin y el de impuestos.
Las bajas de los
comunistas pasan
ya de un milln
WASHINGTON, Julio 24.
i Las bajas del enemigo en la
lucha en Corea se calculan en
1,213,544 segn Informa el De-
partamento de Defensa de los
Estados Unidos.
El Departamento Informa que
los norcoreanos y los comunis-
tas chinos han sufrido ese n-
mero de bajas hasta el 13 de
julio, lo que acusa un aumento
de 10,616 en relacin con los
datos del informe anterior.
Las prdidas norcoreanas se
(Pasa a la Pig. 6. Col. 4)
"El problema del desempleo no puede
resolverse con medidas improvisadas1
Bolvar es hoy leccin viva
y permanente, dice Embajador
de Venezuela en los EE.UU.
Un singular acto se realiz al pie de la estatua de
Bolvar al conmemorar su natalicio
Dos personas ms
tratan de poner
fin a sus vidas
Aminta Rudas, joven estu-
diante de 15 aos, residente en
Calle 20 Este, casa No. 30, trat
de suicidarse en la madrugada
de hoy tomando pasta de matar
ratas.
A las 2:35 a.m.. fu conducida
al Hospital Santo Toms por su
madre, quien desconoce los mo-
tivos que indujeron a la Joven
a Intentar suicidarse.
El Gobierno no podr por s solo
resolver este asunto sin hacer ms
pesada la carga del contribuyente"
Dice en informe que dirige al Presidente7
A. Arosemena el Sindicato de Industriales
NUEVA YORK, julio 24. (UP)
Los representantes de dos
paises bolivarianos presentaron
loa Ideales del Libertador como
lanza y escudo en la lucha con-
tra el comunismo, advirtlendo
uno de ellos que el comunismo
descansara solo cuando con-
quiste la victoria total o sea
derrotado.
El Embajador de Colombia
en Washington, Cipriano Res-
trepo Jaramillo y el Embajador
de Venezuela en las Naciones
Unidas, Csar Gonzlez, expre-
saron sus opiniones en una ce-
remonia efectuada al pie da la
estatua de Bolvar conmemo-
rando su natalicio.
El acto tuvo carcter inter-
americano, asistiendo represen-
tantes de todos los paises del
continente.
Restrepo Jaramillo dijo que
en lugar de cantar gloria a Bo-
lvar los pases americanos de-
ben estudiar su ejemplo y con-
tinuar su obra.
Dijo Jaramillo: "El mundo en
que vivimos se agita, el peli-
gro se cierne sobre todos los
pueblos libres. El enemigo est
en nuestra casa. En esta lucha
entre dos civilizaciones, dos ra-
zas, los que estn enfrentados
a nosotros slo descansarn con
la victoria o la derrota".
El Embajador Gonzalez dijo:
'En este aniversario de su na-
talicio, cuando el mundo lu-
cha por evitar que naufraguen
los ms puros y caros ideales
(Pasa a la P. Col. J,
Le cost caro el
quedarse dormido
mientras manejaba
El Sr. John Russel Hare, da
41 aos de edad, norteamerica-
no. Superintendente de la Plan-
ta de Combustibles del Depsito
Naval, fu multado con 15 dla-
res en la Corte de Balboa por
manejo desordenado.
El Sr. Hare se qued dormido
mientras conduca su automvil
desde Cocol a la Carretera
Thatcher. Como consecuencia d
esto, el automvil estuvo zig-
zagueando v el conductdr de un
autobs que viajaba desde Loco-
na a Cocoli tuvo que cortar r-
pidamente hacia una zanja para
evitar un choque. Gracias a la
serenidad v rapidez conque ac-
tu el conductor del autobus,
ninguno de sus pasajeros resul-
t herido. El conductor del au-
tobs es Frank Arthur Ellis, pa-
nameo de 30 aos de edad.
Es uno de los "Doce Puntos"
Reconstruido ayer el traslado de la estacin
un hecho de sangre Jel ferrocarril a otro sitio
La seora Frlda Wgdgslauska.
Dolara de 56 aos de edad y re-
sidente en El Encanto, distrito
de La Chorrera, Intent suici-
darse ayer en la tarde tomando
mercurocromo. .
Segn declaraciones suminis-
tradas a la Polica Secreta, la
seora Wgdgslauska estaba muy
preocupada porque sus negocios
no marchaban bien.
Regresan de Coiba
26 detenidos
Hoy en la tarde regresarn de
la Colonia Penal de Coiba 26
detenidos, que han cumplido su
condena y a quienes se ha orde-
nado ponerlos en libertad segn
declaraciones hechas Dor el ori-
(Pasa a la Pgina Col. 3)
Prrafos extractados del in-
forme de los Industriales Ex-
clusivos para "El Panam A-
mrlca" sobre la medida con-
templada por el Gobierno de
aumentar en un 3 por ciento
las cuotas del Seguro Social.
"Pero aunque el desempleo es
a nuestro juicio uno de los
problemas econmicos de di-
mensiones nacionales ms an-
gustiosos y que reclaman ms
urgente solucin, no permite re-
solverlo en forma efectiva y
duradera mediante la aplica-
cin precipitada de medidas
improvisadas, pues tiene rai-
gambres muy profundas en
nuestra historia econmica, que
nacen de la poca anterior a
nuestra emancipacin poltica,
agravndose con el aumento
creciente de nuestra poblacin
y. la migracin campesina, man-
tenindose latente a travs de
periodos de prosperidad transi-
toria de que hemos disfrutado,
en que ha recibido inyecciones
que aunque han adormecido el
mal no lo han erradicado, sur-
giendo con caracteres ms a-
larmantes al pasar el efecto de
dichas inyecciones, de origen
forneo, casi todas, y no poder
seguir aplicndolas Indefinida-
mente.
Y si dichos periodos de bo-
nanza intensa, en que se han
derramado cientos de millones
de balboas en nuestra circula-
cin monetaria no han extir-
pado permanentemente ese a-
pndlce crnico de nuestra Idio-
sincrasia econmica, cmo pre-
tender solucionarlo con dos mi-
llones de balboas al ao inver-
tidos en obras pblicas?
El Gobierno no podra, por si
solo y ante si, resolver el pro-
blema' del desempleo, pues solo
! lograra, con resultados flcti-
I cios y limitados, inflar an
I ms el presupuesto nacional r
fomentar la burocracia, haclen-
1 do ms pesada la carga tribu-
tarta que habria de sostener el
contribuyente ao tras aos.
1 (Paaa a la Pat Cl
En la tarde de ayer fu re-
construido el hecho de sangre
ocurrido en la madrugada del
sbado, en el cual el detective
Toms Royal, ultim de un ba-
lazo a Jeremas Alberda de
Len, quien, segn declaracio-
nes del detective Royal, se en-
contraba robando.
A la reconstruccin del hecho
asistieron el Fiscal Segundo del
Segundo Tribunal, Lie. Carlos A.
Lpez quien est encargado de
la investigacin, los miembros
de la Polica Secreta Nacional
encabezados por el inspector
Garca, v los varios testigos que
presenciaron el Incidente.
Escoger directiva
'Chitr en Marcha*
En sesin que se efectuar
esta noche, la Sociedad "Chitr
en Marcha" escoger la Direc-
tiva que ha de regir sus desti-
nos durante el prximo ao de
luchas cvicas. Por el ejemplar
civismo del que slemphe han
i hecho gala los chltreanos. se da
por seguro que las elecciones de
esta noche sern un modelo de
pulcritud v compaerismo.
Prometemos nuestros lecto-
(Pasa a la *g. S. Col. 4)
La cuestin sobre un sitio b-
decuado para le relocallzaclcn
de la Estacin del Ferrocarril de
Panam, facilidades y patios le
rrovlarlos ha sido discutida va-
rias veces por los Gobiernos de
Panam y Estados Unidos, pero
no se ha llegado a un acuerdo
efinltivo sobre el asunto, se ,n
inform un portavoz de la vn-
bajada de Estados Unidos rn
Panam.
Bajo el punto 12 del Acuerdo
de Relaciones del 18 de Mavo
de 1943 entre ambos pases, el
Gobierno de Estados Unidos a-
jord cumplir con los deseos de
a Repblica de Panam en di-
lacin con el traslado de la es-
tacin y dems pertenencias a
otro lugar. Esto, sin emba ge,
.jued sujeto al facilitamiento.
sin costo alguno Dar el Go-ier
no de Estados Unidos, de un
nuevo lugar adecuado para tal
fin.
El asunto ha vuelto a ganar
inters con el anuncio hecho on
Washington por el Subsecreta-
rio de Defensa. Daniel Edwarcs.
> Pedir al Congreso que aproa-
ba la ley autorizando a la Com-
paa del Canal de Panam pa-
ra que haga el cambio y que
tots una partida de 4.50C.OCO
dlares para cubrir el costo to-
tal de la relocalizacln.
Antes de que pueda llevxsa
; cato el traslado de la esta-
cin a otro sitio, es necesario
que el Congreso apruebe la ley
y vote la partida necesaria.
Celebra reunin
una directiva de
partido municipal
Esta noche se renen frens
u\ saln "Mario" de Pueblo Nue-
vo de Las Sabanas, delegacin;!
especiales del Partido Renova-
cin Popular Autntica de Mon-
te Oscuro. Club "X". Vista er-
mosa y Pueblo Nuevo en sesin
extraordinaria de su Directorio
Seccional de este Importante
corregimiento de las afueras.
La organizacin de este acto
politico ha estado a cargo de los
seores Pedro Segura, Rodrigo
Rivas y Joseph Scarlex, quienes
acuerpan las aspiraciones 4<*
dominio municipal de Renuvc-
cin Popular Autntica, cuja
bandera de combate empua al
Licenciado Hellodoro Patina.


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1ST ESTROS DERECHOS A LOS TERRENOS DE
l.A ESTACIN DEL FERROCARRIL
Todo parece indicar que avanza, en el camino
de la realizacin, el ya viejo proyecto del traslado
de la Estacin del Ferrocarril, a su nuevo sitio,
en las inmediaciones del ro Curundu, pero dentro
de la jurisdiccin panamea.
Se recordar que el asunto de la remocin de
la Estacin del Ferrocarril representa una vieja
aspiracin panamea. La actual estacin, enclava-
da en lo que es hoy el centro de nuestra creciente
urbe, mantiene un problema de trnsito constan-
te causado por el entrecruce de la va ferroviaria
con las arterias principales de la ciudad. El poco
uso que actualmente se da a esa parte de la linea
ferroviaria no justifica su presencia en ese sitio
con las consiguientes molestias y perjuicios que aca-
rrea.
Al anunciarse, pues, que se ha presentado al
Congreso norteamericano el proyecto que autoriza
el pago de los gastos para la construccin de la
nueva estacin, hay base para anticipar que al fin
podr darse cumplimiento a esta promesa del Go-
bierno norteamericano, claramente estipulada des-
de mayo de 1942, en lo que se llam el Convenio de
los Doce Puntos.
Pero el problema ofrece otro aspecto de no
menos importancia sobre el cual hemos de llamar
la atencin, de modo especial. Y es que el infor-
me cablegrfico de esta noticia da a entender que,
en las esferas oficiales norteamericanas, se consi-
dera que los Estados Unidos procederan a la ven-
ta de los actuales lotes donde se encuentra la pre-
sente Estacin y sus anexos, que se extienden, co-
mo se sabe, hasta el llamado Freight House y pre-
dios accesorios. La extensin de tales lotes es de
unas seis hectreas aproximadamente y dada su
cntrica y valiosa ubicacin se calcula su valor en
ms de un milln de balboas.
Pero es el caso que en el Convenio de los Doce
Puntos se pact que tales lotes pasaran a propie-
dad de Panam al ser trasladada la Estacin, en la
misma forma que pasaron los lotes anteriormen-
te entregados a Panam, en las ciudades de Pana-
m y Coln. Es decir, que pasaran libre de costo
para Panam y como una de las compensaciones
para Panam en los llamados Doce Puntos. La ni-
ca obligacin de Panam al respecto es la de fa-
cilitar al Gobierno de los Estados Unidos, tam-
bin gratuitamente, el terreno donde habra de
construirse la nueva Estacin, obligacin que Pa-
nam cump'LrS ya, hace varios aos, al entregar a
la Panama Railroad Company los terrenos aludidos,
sitiados en el Barrio de Santa Cruz, de esta ciu-
dad. Es impropio, pues, hablar ahora de la posible
"venta" de los terrenos que ahora ocupa la Esta-
cin y sus predios accesorios.
Convendra tener esto bien en mientes, ya xiue,
como hemos dicho, es cuantioso el valor de los in-
tereses en juego, ms an dentro de la difcil si-
tuacin de nuestro Fisco.
JEoh
var
Los pueblos Ubres de Amrica, en un acto indivho it
confraternidad continental, rinden hoy tributo a tu memo-
ria, Oh Bolvar! Contitufas siendo para nosotros, hombres
y mujeres americanos, paradigma de las virtudes ciudada-
nas, inspiracin eterna de un anhelo colectivo, smbolo
indestructible de la dignidad de una raza. Y el eco de tu
doctrina panamericanista, pletrica de idealismo y de j
en el destino de Amrica, nos llega hoy tras un siglo de
evolucin social lenta y pausada, con mayor claridad, pre-
cisin y urgencia, para definir en el terreno de las realiza-
ciones colectivas la personalidad de todo un continente.
Loor a T, Padre Espiritual de Amrica!
Mesa Redonda Panamericana de Mujeres.
Panam 24 de Julio de 1951.
6/ i^arruei
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: Lo cortesa del Senado ayud a las
inundaciones de Kansas; El Presidente Truman no sal-
dr electo nuevamente an cuando se postule.
WASHINGTON. Parte de
los darlos sufridos por los ha-
bitantes de Kansas en las re-
cientes inundaciones podan ha-
ber sido evitados si no Juera
por la costumbre de la "corte-
sa Senatorial".
Hace trece aos, el Congre-
so aprob una ley autorizando
la construccin de una reserva
de 11,000 hectreas en Tuttle
Creek, Kansas. Esta reserva fue
propuesta por los ingenieros del
Ejrcito como nico medio de
controlar las inundaciones que
ha* barrido a Kansas Orien-
tal peridicamente.
Sin embargo, la represa
nunca fue construida, pues los
fondos nunca fueron rotados
por el Congreso. Aunque es-
taban autorizados, nunca se
vot la partida porque uno
de los Senadores Republica-
nos, Clyde Reed, se opuso. Ca-
da vea que se puso sobre el
tapete el asunto de la apro-
piacin, el Senador Reed se
opona a la presentacin del
proyecto, y bajo el sistema de
la cortesa Senatorial l tenia
la ltima palabra.
Frank Carlson, Senador de
Kansas actualmente, era ese
entonces Congresista y siempre
hizo lo que pudo para obtener
la aprobacin de la apropiacin.
Ms tarde, cuando fue Oober:
nador. Carlson tambin trato
de conseguir la construccin de
la represa. Pero el Senador Reed
tena varios amigos en ese sec-
tor quienes posean campos de
cultivos, los que deberan ser
expropiados para- poder cons-
truir la represa. Desafortunada-
ga ha votado secretamente
contra el veto del Presidente
anulndolo.
La ley deca que la Comi-
sin Federal de Energa no te-
nia Jurisdiccin para reglamen-
tar el precio de gas natural que
se transporta de un Estado a
otro. El Presidente, vetando la
ley de Kerr, dijo que la Co-
misin de Energa s tenia ju-
risdiccin.
VOTO SECRETO
Pero, por una votacin se-
creta de '4 1, la Comisin
decidi no tener jurisdiccin
sobre el mayor productor de
Nos formula una
aclaracin el Sr.
Juan M. Martnez
Sobre un comunicado expedi-
do por el Seguro Social y publi-
cado en nuestro diario nos ha
trado el seor Juan M. Mart-
nez la siguiente aclaracin que
damds a la publicidad.
panam, 23 de Julio de 1951
Seor Director de
El Panam-Amrica
Presente.
Seor Director:
Sobre la informacin apare-
cida en su diarlo, dada a la
publicidad, por el Gerente del
Seguro Social, paso a aclarar
]p siguiente:
loSoy propietario de un es-
tablecimiento comercial hace
once (11) aos, donde se han
cambiado infinidaJ. de cheques
del Gobierno, como de entida-
des autnomas, ya sea en pian
comercial o personal, opera-
cin lcita que hace todo el co-
mercio local, motivo que explica
los depsitos de los cheques que
nos ocupan, a mi nombre.
2oCon relacin a depsitos
aparecidos a la. cuenta del Sr
Humberto Jirn S.. le dir que
yo hice ese depsito para cu-
brir compromisos adquiridos,
ignorando dicho seor por com-
pleto, la forma como efectu
dichos depsitos, ya que con
anterioridad lo he hecho por
razones similares.
3oA pesar de la forma ten-
denciosa del denuncio presen-
EN KAESONG
Por ALDOR f
gas natural, la Phillips Petro-
leum, dndole la ms grande
victoria a los reyes del gas.
Dicho sea de paso, el Se-
nador Kerr es ano de los ms
grandes productores de gas.
Posee varios contratos con la
Phillips, y su compaa pe-
trolera "Kerr-McGee" posee
unos 100 millones de dolares
en reservas de gas. Sus en-
tradas de ms de 12 millones
de dlares anuales le han da-
do el titulo del hombre ms
rico del Senado.
El Almirante Joy: Muy difcil negociar con una jerarqua tan compleja..
MUSIC ALIA PorDorreml
Un buen bartono colombiano en el Nacional
Maana, mircoles, a las ocho gar") W. A. Mozart.
' ("Rlgoletto") O.
y media de la noche, ofrecer
un concierto en el Teatro Na-
cional el joven bartono colom-
biano Luis Carlos Garca G-
mez.
Garca Gmez es un cantan-
te de escuela, no un Improvi-
sado. En su pas goza de bien
cimentado renombre y ahora
hace una gira por los pases
de Amrica auspiciado por el
Ministerio de Educacin d Co-
lombia. Ha visitado Argentina,
Uruguay, Chile, donde ha ob-
tenido grandes triunfos.
El maestro Herbert De Cas
trulr la represa. Desato..lunao* na escucnado en lo8
mente, Reed puso los Intereses nos 3EL un
EL 'AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
CLUB
DE
50 SEMANAS
Radios Pye
Lmparas
Ollas
Cristalera
Bicicletas "Viking"
Olla de Presin "Tempo'
COMPRE SU ACCIN
HOY MISMO!
Avenida Central 91
ensayos, nos dice que es un
verdadero artista. Por lo pronto
el programa que ha anunciado
el seor Garca indica su se-
riedad y su formacin esttica.
No hay concesiones en l. Na-
da de la parte de cancloncltas
tan desacreditadas en algunas
audiciones. He aqu lo que va
a cantar maana en el Nacio-
nal el celebrado bartono:
I
Vlttorla! Vlttorlal G. G. Ca-
sslml.
Un incidente que^ocurri,m "^ &B. ggjg. ^^
Comisin Federal de. Ener dadi j g Bach
Largo ("Xerxes") G. F.
Haendel.
Thus saith the Lord (El "Me-
ssiah") G. F. Haendel.
O Richard! O mon Rol! (Ri-
chard Cour de Lion") A. E.
M. Gretry.
II
(Opera)
Non piu andral ("Bodas de Fi-
niente, *fcM K --- -- ,
particulares por encima de los
intereses generales de Kansas
Hoy, gracias a esa poltica,
varias vidas se han perdido y
millones de dlares en Propie-
dades han quedado arruinados
por una Inundacin que bien
pudo haber sido controlada s
el plan de los ingenieros de!
Ejrcito hubiese sido puesto en
prctica.
TRUMAN NO GANARA
Oortlgglanl
Verdi.
Eri tu.. ("Bulle de Mscaras)
G. Verdi.
ni
1n quests tomba oscura L.
v. Beethoven.
Wokln F. Schubert.
Ich liebe dlch B. Grieg.
Chanson *- A. Grtchanlnow.
jot m. de Falla.
Como puede apreciarse la se-
leccin del programa demuestra
la calidad del artista. De se-
guro se reunir un grupo selec-
to de aficionados para aplau-
dir al bartono colombiano, Luis
Carlos Garca Gmez.
h
ga recientemente nos dice poi
qu Harry Truman no sera' elec-
to Presidente de Estados Unidos
aun cuando sea postulado.
El incidente tuvo que ver con
un ntimo amigo del Presiden-
te, el ex-Senador Mon Wal -
gren, quien deliberadamente le
cort las alas al Presidente.
Es algo muy comn en Wash-
ington que la Casa Blanca pre-
pare algn plan, que con fre-
cuencia es bueno. Entonces, el
Presidente nombra a los hom-
bres que habrn de tirar ese
plan a una zanja. Esta es la
razn por la cual la adminis-
tracin de Truman se conoce
como la administracin "que
habla mucho y hace poco".
He aqu lo que sucedi en
una de las batallas ms impor-
tantes que Truman ha librado,
su veto de la ley sobre gas na-
tural del Senador Kerr. La ley
fue preparada por un aml;o
del Presidente, el poderoso Bob
Kerr de Oklahoma. Pero resul-
ta que esta ley aumentaba el
precio del gas. v tambin las
ganancias de las compaas pe-
troleras. Asi que Truman vet
la ley. ,
Sin embargo, cranlo o no,
la Comisin Federal de Ener-
ROYAL
LA MAQUINA No. 1
en calidad de trabajo
tado, quiero ratificar que todo
el comercio local cambia che-
ques de entidades pblicas, m-
xime tratndose como en el ca-
so que nor ocupa, que los che-
ques fueron cambiados en mi
establecimiento a solicitud de
Ramn Gordlls, a 1 sazn, alto
empleado di la Caja de Seguro
Social. ,
Por hallarme ausente de la
capital, no pude antes hacer
esta aclaracin, que me exime
de toda responsabilidad.
Del Seor Director, atenta-
mente,
Juan M. Martines
Cd. No. 28-11647
Panam, 23 de Julio de 1951.
Seor
Humberto Jirn Soto,
Presente.
Estimado amigo:
Respondiendo a tu solicitud,
te dir que por medio de dep-
sito que hice a tu cuenta para
cubrir compromisos adquiridos,
deposit dinero efectivo y algu-
nos cheques del Seguro Social;
algo perfectamente licito pues
yo los cambi en mi estableci-
miento comercial, sin pensar
que hubiera nada pecaminoso
en ello.
Lamento el disgusto que de
manera maliciosa trataron de
causarte por este motivo, pero
la verdad resplandece por en-
cima de todo.
Tu afectsimo amigo,
Juan M. Martines.
Cd. No. 28-11647
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MARTES, JULIO 84, MSI
No creen en Europa que lo >
soviticos vayan a provocar
una guerra total por ahora
El, PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INIIEPEN1ENTB
PAGINA TRE.I
Por William R. Mathews,
Ex Consejero del Departamento
de Defensa de lo Estados
Unidos
(N.A.N.A.)
PARIS, Julio (BPS> 81 Ru-
sia no Invade el occidente de
Europa de aqu a noviembre
y no hay indicaciones serias de
que se proponte hacerlo Mos-
c, como cabeza del mundo co-
munista, habr perdido su me-
jor oportunidad; pero como ca-
beza del pueblo ruso, Induda-
blemente habr asegurado un
futuro ms orillante para ste.
No hay duda de que el Krem-
lin es tttlgo de una seria dis-
puta entre los revolucionarlos
comunistas profesionales y los
jefes del Ejrcito Rojo, de un
lado, y los nacionalistas y po-
lticos del otro.
El primer grupo debe estar
abogando por una guerra total,
que los jefes milita, -'s ven co-
mo una cuestin puramente
tcnica, tos revolucionarios pro-
fesionales consideran el actual
momento como una oportunidad
histrica que no debe desapro-
vecharse, recordando que Le-
nin enseo que el mejor aliado
de la revolucin comunista es
la guerra internacional.
El segundo grupo, integrado
por los nacionalistas que baio
la jefatura de Stalin dominan el
Politburo, es ms cauteloso: sus
miembros son ms rusos que
revolucionarlos. Han hecho todo
lo posible por extender el im-
perio ruso y no estn convenci-
dos de la bondad de una revo-
lucin mundial. No desean ver
sus esfuerzo por reconstruir a
Rusia destruidos para satisfacer
vagas teoras o ambiciones. Su
misin es la de seguir los im-
pulsos del pueblo ruso, que no
desea la guerra y no la apoya-
r con e tusasmo.
Aunque no deben ignorarse
las posibilidades de un ataque
sovitico porque los rusos tie-
nen los medios necesarios para
lanzarlo, aunque no para rete-
ner lo que conquisten, no se
cree en general que vaya a pro-
ducirse. SI los prximos cuatro
meses transcurren en paz, se
habr pasado la crisis ms pe-
ligrosa y puede esperarse que
los rusos se muestren ms ra-
zonables en el futuro.
Es sabido que los rusos estn
ampliando las industrias bli-
ca* de Checoeslovaquia; pero el
renacimiento de la industria pe-
nsada alemana podr suminls-
trar a Europa occidental los
"materiales y equipos que nece-
sita para equilibrar est creci-
miento. Ademas, esto aumenta
la capacidad de Alemania para
defenderse, algo esencial para
enfrentarse a Rusia, porque los
aliados occidentales no podran
soar con detener a los rusos
sin la cooperacin de loa alema-
nes. Si se permite a Alemania
que recupere su soberana y su
Igualdad entre las naciones, que
asuma su responsabilidad y el i
costo de sus armamentos, puede
incorporarse su esfuerzo al tra-
tado del Norte del Atlntico.
No hay duda de que los alema-
nes trabajarn con su tradicio-
nal empeo y que, como pueblo
soberano, luchar por mante-
ner su Independencia. Pero cier-
tamente no lo har mientras
se mantenga a Alemania en a
capacidad de una nacin con-
quistada y ocupada.
Nuestras observaciones en Ale-
mania nos permiten afirmar que
no existe temor de que se pro-
duzca un acercamiento entre los
alemanes y los rusos. Nunca he-
mos visto mayor odio que el que
los alemanes sienten hacia los
rusos. Forma un verdadero a-
bismo, que ser infranqueable a
menos que una actuacin est-
pida de parte del occidente o-
bllgue a los alemanes a enten-
derse con los rusos.
En conclusion", es posible decir
que la diplomacia norteameri-
cana se acerca al punto en que
podr rend ms y ms frutos.
Est tratando de restablecer el
equilibrio de pode-. Si la Unin
Sovitica no lan*.a sus fuerzas
contra el occidente dentro de
los prximos 4 meses, hay ra-
zones para creer que el futuro
ver reinar la paz y que los ar-
mamentos podrn reducirse de
modo que no destruyan la eco-
noma capitalista, abriendo la
puerta a la revolucin roja.
Y, como indicamos al princi-
pio, nuestras observaciones en
Europa nos permiten decir que,
en cuanto pueda predecirse, no
hay Indicios de que ios rusos se
preparen a desatar una nueva
guerra mundial.
Sindicato de la
Cervecera contra
aumento de cuotas
El Sindicato General de Tra-
bajadores de la Industria Cer-
vecera de Panam nos ha en-
viado la siguiente Resolucin
dictada como protesta por el
proyectado aumento de la cuo-
ta del Seguro Soelal por par-
te del Gobierno:
Dice asi la mencionada Re-
solucin;
"El Sindicato General de Tra-
bajadores de la Industria Cer-
vecera de Panam:
CONSIDERANDO:
lo.Que el rgano Ejecuti-
vo, con nimo de aliviar la des-
ocupacin en el pais, tiene in-
tenciones de aumentar la cuo-
ta del Seguro Social:
2o.Que esta medida adems
de injusta e inconsulta es mar-
cadamente discriminatoria por-
que solo alcanza a la clase ms
necesitada del pas,
3oQue con esta medida de
ninguna manera podra aliviar-
se el problema de la desocu-
pacin existente sino por el
contrario vendra ms a agra-
var la situacin del obrero pa-
nameo afectado por los sala-
rlos bajos y el alto costo de
la vida;
4o.Que el Gobierno tiene a
mano otros recursos ms e-
fectlvos y menos onerosos pa-
ta la dase trabajadora como lu
BRILLA PORQUE ES ORO SI seores. Estas prendas in-
teriores de vestir son de oro de 24 kilates. El juego de
seis piezas cuesta nada menos que 2,000 dlares. Poca cosa,
no es asi?
son el cobro de los impuestos
atrasados, la revisin catastral,:
la aplicacin electiva de la ley
que obliga a las empresas el
empleo del 75 por ciento de o-
breros panameos, etc., que se-
rian fuentes de ingresos a las
arcas nacionales y empleo a
muchos compaeros afectados.
RESUELVE:
lo.Protestar de la mane-
ra ms enrgica por el inten-
to de aumentar las cuotas del
Seguro Social con merma de
las exiguas entradas de los
hogares pobres;
2oExhortar a todos los
obreros para que eviten que
se ponga en prctica tan pe-
regrina medida discriminatoria
Panam, julio 22 de 1951.
Arturo Saucedo, secretario ge-
neral; Manuel Martnez II., se-
cretario de actas y correspon-
dencia.
Mitra Sis Hervios Con
Bastante Hierro
Lm h+nibci y mujnrn* <* talud
ju+WanUda ton .* qua ms
nacasltan
Loa hotubrw y raujarsa nmrvumtm y mal-
Vmmorftdn* que atifron Ir as* or oo* ron facilidad
mucha* Tcaa m fatiaan, aec*aitan bastan.*
ierro y cuanto antaa hagan caao d* ata con-'
aajo Unto major aar para au aaJud.
So aiataona narvioao. au ssnjrre. an raaiidad
todo au cuerpo daba taar una proviainn eiifi*
danta da hierro, da lo contrario resultar ine-
vitablemente uo estado de laatlud. ntrrum
dad y quebrnntamenlo en general.
EL FERRIZANU nueva ron. hi nacin de
hierro y otras substancias que producen fueran
y que son diatrihuidas en las farmacia*, aa
uaa neoaaidad para aaa del cuarenta pot
ciento de hombree y raujeree. porque los sli-
menioe de la actualidad no contienen hierro
suficiente \mrrn proporcionarte al cuerpo la
cantidad que necesita.
I-oe hombrea y mujeres dbiles, delgado*
nerviosos, tmidoa y faltoa de un daaarroUc
vigoroso, para toda la gente que es eocuentrs
an aaaa condicionee el PEKRI/.AN aa rao
mandado y Tendido por todoa loa bi
'araMoutioa* Somtalo a prueba hoy
El nuevo Insecticida FLIT, de accin
instantnea y efecto duradero, es de
cudruple accin porque contiene:
71. *\*mm]M**imn^
D. t>. T. y CLORDANO, para efec-
tos duraderos; I SO BO R N I L y
PIRETRIAS, para matar insec-
tos instantneamente.
OTRO PRODUCTO (SSO
Si \a lata no tiene el soldadito, no es FLIT
[Ropa Anterior Jxayser
PANTIES, desde 0.95
PETICOTES.... 2.50
LA CREACIN
Ave. Central No. 67 Panam
i BAJAR EL COSTO
DE LA VIDA
es el propsito de
EL BAZAR AMERICANO!
Para cooperar con el Gobierno Nacional en su deseo de
abaratar el costo de la vida, EL BAZAR AMERICANO
ofrece a su numerosa clientela una venta especial de
artculos a precios muy reducidos
LEA CON CUIDADO:
VESTIDOS
ANTES
\ 1 por
Celanese Haspel ............... 22.50
Vestidos blancos Haspel ....... 29.50
Vestidos de hilo Haspel ....... 22.50
Vestidos Haspel "Sir Ultra" .... 32 50
Vestidos Haspel "Sir Preme" .. 29.50
Vestidos Haspel ............... 29.50
Vestidos Famous Sternbern----- 32.50
Dinner Jacket Haspel ......... 32.50
MEDIAS
Medias de nylon............... 1.00
Medias de lana ................ 150
Medias de seda pura.......... 1.75
Pantalones de bao ........... 5.50
BATAS
Batas de bao tropicales ...... 13.50
Batas de bao trop'cales ...... 18 00
Batas de bao tropicales ...... 25.00
Batas de bao lana ........... 35.00
Tirantes plsticos ----......... 2.5Q
Camisas Polo ............... 125
SOMBREROS
Borsalinos ..................... 17.50
Dobbs de Paja ................ 10.00
Dobbs de Paja ................ 1250
AHORA
1 por 2 por
15.00 28 00
17.50 30.00
19.50 36.00
24.50 44.00
24.50 44.00
26.50 46.00
28.50 55.00
5.00 9.00
0.75 1.25
0.95 1.60
1.10 1.95
4.75 8.50
6.50 11.00
8.50 15.00
10.50 18 00
13.50 25.00
SACOS SPORT
PANTALONES
17.50
25.00
27.50
37.50
Super Oab y Tropical .. 7.50 y 10.00
Haspellte Celanese Sir Preme 8.50
Sir Ultra .................... 10.00
1.95
0.95
9.50
6.50
7.25
7.50
10.00
12.50
15.00
5.00
6.00
825
3.00
1.75
16.00
11.50
12.50
14.00
16.00
22.00
27.00
9.00
10.00
15.00
EL BAZAR AMERICANO, "Donde se equipa
el caballero de todo lo mejor", ayuda a solu-
cionar la presente criers ofreciendo sus fa-
mosas lneas a precios al alcance de todos
los bolsillos.
EL BAZAR AMERICANO
PANAMA Ave. Ostral A. 71
H*UI :i PuM
COLON-rrMl la Eataclaa
Nuaatrna almacene, en Calta y At*. Central 71
Un aMartoa nauta la (:0 Dm.
Los Sindicatos Libres toman
medidas para que el Oriente
no sea conquistado por Rusia
Por Arnold Belchman
MILAN. Italia, Julio 24 (EPS)
- En una zona donde, tradiclo-
nalmente, el nico baluarte
contra el Imperialismo sovitico
ha sido la amenaza de la fuer-
za armada, los sindicatos obre-
ros libres del mundo se apres-
tan a internarse en las estra-
tgicas regiones del Cercano
Oriente, para plantear una me
va y quiz ms duradera ame-
naza al designio de conquista
de Stalin: el mejoramiento eco-
nmico de las masas.
Este programa, preparado por
la Confederacin Internacional
de Sindicatos Obreros Libres,
reunido aqui actualmente en
su segundo congreso mundial,
se pondr en prctica formal-
mente a fines del mes que vie-
ne. Dicho sea en trminos sen-
cillos, la C.I.8.O.L. va a sumi-
nistrar los hombres, el dinero.
V el msculo, en caso necesario.
Y el msculo significa, para
decirlo eufemsticamente, elga-
raptlzar la seguridad de los
obreros antlcomunistas, diga-
mos, en los muelles de Alejan-
dra. Egipto, donde los comu-
nistas se han Infiltrado y se
han quedado como amos del co-
tarro.
En el congreso de la G.I.S.O.
L. se han reunido ya represen-
tanles de los sindicatos obreros
de Grecia, Turqua, el Libanc
Irn, Tnez y Libia, con fun-
clonarlos de la C.I.S.O.L., para
ver cmo va a organizarse el
movimiento de los obreros li-
bres a lo largo del Mediterrneo
oriental y ms all del mismo.
Fn cuanto al Occidente, convie-
ne recordar que estos obreros'
sindicados procedentes de Asia
no son, a diferencia de muchos
de sus lderes gubernamentales,
de sentimientos neutrales. Son
acrrimamente antisoviticos y.
en el caso de los turcos, claro
est que son tambin acrrima-
mente antirusos. Pero entrela-
zada con esta hostilidad hacia
Stalin hay asimismo una infle-
xible hostilidad hacia el predo-
minio econmico occidental, que
surge de Impulsos nacionalistas
histricos.
He aqui lo que la C.I.S.O.L.
proyecta hacer:
1Examinar las conclusiones
a que han llegado Jos obreros
sindicados del Cercano Oriente
en cuanto a lo que ha de ha-
cer la Confederacin. Luego:
2Establecer puntos de con-
tacto para los sindicatos libres
en pases como el Irak, Siria y;
Egipto.
3Crear una organizacin re-
gional y enviar organizadores i
adiestrados a trabajar en dicha
rea.
4Organizar escuadras de es-
tibadores fuertes y duros i>
roer a lo largo de la zona por-
tuaria del Mediterrneo orien-
tal, listos para pelear cuand
sea necesario.
5Cooperar cor los movi-
mientos nacionalistas en los
pases musulmanes. El naciona-
lismo musulmn, que constitu-
ye una fuerza importante en Id
(Pasa a la pg. 7, col. 7)
Coleccionista. Incluyante en nuestro gran
CLUB DE DISCOS
Que van desde B|. 00 a 200 Semanales.
Es su tiran oportunidad de poseer los ltimos "hits" bailables
y toda la clase de msica que su espritu desee.
Ca. Cyrnos Cyrnos para Regalos
Ave. J. Feo. de la Ossa *1
Cruce Tivoll Tel. 2-1793
Ave. Tivoll No. 16
SEGUNDO PISO
AVENIDA
estamos desempacando
Coclcteleras plsticas......... 0.80
Cockteleras para ceviche ----- 0.95
Bandejas para huevos rellenos 060
Bandejas para cake ......... 1.00
Servilleteros de plstico .....0.20
Lmparas de madera
para leer ...........
Lmparas de madera
para salas ..........
Lmparas de madera
para mesita de noche
Lmparas de cermica
Lmparas de metal
para escritorio .....
15-85 k;. \
10.50 I
i
25
595
3.50
Parrillas para Pancake 3.50
Parrillas para
HAMBURGER ..... 1.50
ollas de presin
MAGICOOK .......1050
Tinacos con
desodorante........ 7.50
Batidores de huevos
con taza .......... 150
Tablas de planchar de metal 11.95
Forros inquemables
para tablas ............... 3.75
Forro de algodn grueso
y almohadilla ............. 2.10
Forros de plstico
para colchones......... 5.50
Forros de plstico
para mquinas de lavar ... 1.75
COMPRE AHORA
SEGUNDO PISO 5? AVENIDA
Otra Qran Campaa de Sanidad Divina
en la Arena de Coln, comenzando el Mircoles 25 de Julio de 1951 a las 7 p.m.
(EN INGLES Y ESPAOL) BIENVENIDOS TODOS DE CUALQUIER RELIGION 0 RAZA. ADMISIN GRATIS.
.
MILAGROS

DE
l .1 ifla Herminia Snchez nari en esfadn per-
fecto. A U edad de un uno le dio una fiebre y den-
de entonce* se not que la pierna Izquierda eo le
habla paralizado. Hace nue.e ao* de estar su-
friendo. Oyendo de los milagro* que est haciendo
el Seor con dlotlntas clase* de enfermedaden. fue
lletada al Misionero del Kvancrlin para que orara
por ella en el nombre del Seor. Gracias a Dios,
el aparato le fue quitado, y desde entonces no ha
ufrldo ma dolor ni ha necesitado el aparato.
lo* familiares: fdo.) Mara 8. de Mofan. Manuel
Moran, Fduvjsje* Snchez, (padre de la nlnai, Bar-
nardo Snchez y Marina Moran.
*
SANIDAD
To enfria de parlLsts durante siete aftas en an
lado del cuerpo. Ahora estoy bien, gracias a Dios.
por la oraran reeiblda el M I r c o I e once del
presente.
FERMINA MOLINA*. Coln.
6
DAS de campana EN LA
CIUDAD DE PANAMA
II Joven Julio F.n/lquer William., realdrnle ni
Avenida Anrn .Na. II Ca II. naca al M aa
Noviembre da mi. Desde au nacimiento na habla
hablado ni odo Despus que iu padrina oy de
loa mllajr.ro. ejecutado* par el Seor en la titala
riel evangelio Cuadrada, la lleva all le da
Sacia, a Dio* parque puede or y hablar. Fadrna:
Filer L. Hardlnf. Sobrina Lilla Wvnle, Her-
mana: Fernanda da W.vnte.
SU SIERVO
Ta tuva un accidente hace cinco ao., an donde
recib una .orlada en al hra/o Izquierda. Desde
entonce, perd la .en.arin da es* mlmo brata.
Ie.pnr. que araran por mi vina a mi hra/o \ a la
maao enlata una nueva enaaetan y pude ventir
La da Infinita ararlas a Dmm par aalo qae ha
hacha por ail
ABRAHAM BARKIA
Calle Mariana Araaeaiena Na 2 Apia. 23
Predicando a Cristo
SALMOS 46:8: "VENID Y VED LAS OBRAS DEL SEOR"


PAGINA CUATRO
L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENT
MARTES, JULIO 24, 151
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12 II 14 i
15 16 17 18
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26 26
29 30
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45 46 Vr 1
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HORIZONTALES:
1Tratamiento espaol.
4Aades.
9Forma de la segunda
persona.
"12Remueva la tierra con el
arado.
;13Cerro en medio de un llano.
14Afresis de ahora.
15Ligereza, velocidad.
17Cortina teatral.
IBAnimal de lidia.
10Crema que se forma en
Dtsvwwzca lo Gordura
Sfl la gordura arruina ex figura
*e tenga incultad ar* luplnr
y bob* mi lud en peligro, encontrar*.
m m fcil perder medio Ule por
ala een el euevo mtodo de Hollywood
llamado KORMODK. Nada 4* lata
aratlea a ejercicio. Absolutamente
ala pallara. Pida. rORUODi en n
farmacia favorita jr empiece
I
CAMELLO
EN
'el



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r
a
b
e
Lunes a Viernes
2:45
de la tarde
HOA
Red Panamericana
algunos lquidos.
21Caverna.
23Grupos de ciertos animales.
26Batracio.
27Flores asiticas.
28Seis, en nmeros romanos.
20Dueo.
30Indios originarios del Caribe
31Preposicin.
32Teatro Obrero, Inic.
33Que no son los mismos.
34Articulacin del cuerpo
humano.
35Burros silvestres.
37Cabellos.
38Valle de Espaa.
39Cacahuete.
40Intersticios de la piel.
42Caudillo, campen
45Amarro
46Embuste, trampa.
48Repeticin de sonido.
49Impar.
M|Poco corrientes
51Antiguo soberano ruso.
VERTICALES:
1Entregar.
2Reza.
3Planeta del sistema solar.
4Del verbo poder.
5Que no cree en nada
6Piel de la cara.
7Letra griega, Inv.
8Piezas subterrneas de los
edificios.
9Imperativo de volar.
10Metal precioso.
11Apcope de santo
18Letra griega.
18Otra letra griega, Pl.
20Espacio corto de tiempo.
21Agradable
22Nombre de varn.
2S-^81mlos.
24Ansioso, con avidez.
25Destinos".
27Mamfero roedor parecido
al ratn
30Retrasar.
31Condicin de slido.
33Persona muy feroz.
34Comida nocturna
36Hermano mayor de Moiss.
37Instrumentos de labranza.
39Alimento providencial.
40Dios de los rebaos.
41Autillo.
42Una pareja.
43Ciudad del Per.
44Norte.
47Dios egipcios.
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Se da comienzo al
camino entre Las
Minas y Los Pozos
LAS MINAS, Julio 24 (Corres-
ponsal) Con bastante com-
placencia hemoa recibido la no-
ticia que ya se ha dado la or-
den a los empleados de la Jun-
ta Central de Caminos, para el
traslado de la maquinarla c 1-
niclen el corte o movlmici.to
de tierra en el trayecto que nos
une a Los Pozos. Parece que se
ha de convertir en realidad es-
ta obra que tanto anhelamos y
cuyos motivos se ha explicado
en nuestros comunicados ante-
riores.
Pero aunque se d comienzo a
la obra, se mantendr una es-
tricta vigilancia sobre la man-
cha de los trabajadores, pues
en administraciones pasadas,
los empleados de Obras Pblicas
pasaban el tiempo en cornpkia
vagancia demorando los traba-
jos y devengando fcilmente VA
sueldo. SI este llegare a suce-
der, denunciaremos este proce-
der a quien corresponda y lo
liaremos saber a la ciudadana.
Por nuestra parte, los miem-
bros del Comit pro esta obra le
xpresa su sinsero agradeci-
mientos al excelentsimo seor
Presidente de la Repblica
quien ha de dejar un recuerdo
imperecedero, en su corta, poro
patritica administracin. A su
Excelencia el Sr. Ministro de O-
bras Pblicas Ingeniero Norbsr-
to Navarro, quien como nene-
rano ha demostrado inters en
el progreso de la Provincia
El Comit Pro Carretera, t
mantendr unido hasta el final,
velando por los Intereses de
nuestro pueblo; criticamos todo
lo malo que aqu se haga y re-
conociendo a quien lo merece to-
do lo que consigan en bien de
nuestro terruo.
No podemos dejar terminado
este comunicado sin hacer ex-
presiva nuestra eterna gratitud
a "El Panam Amrica" que en
todo momento le ha tenido tas
puertas abiertas a este comit.
Programa para la
reconstruccin de
Corea se prepara
PUSAN, Corea, Julio 24.
'UBIS). J. Donald Klngsley,
jefe general de la Agencia de
Reconstruccin de las Naciones
Unidas en Corea, inicia esta se-
mana la labor de organizacin
del programa de reconstruccin
que ha sido expandido y que
estar en vigor lo ms pronto
posible.
Klngsley debe llegar aqui en
avin hoy procedente de Gine-
bra, donde tiene la agencia sus
oficinas centrales. Se espera que
permanezca en Corea unas dos
semanas.
La secretacin de la Agencia
de Reconstruccin de Corea dijo
que Klngsley probablemente se-
r recibido por el Presidente y
el Primer Ministro de la Re-
pblica de Corea. Tambin ce-
lebrara consultas con loa fun-
cionarlos del personal de la
agencia, as como de la' Comi-
sin de las Naciones Unidas pa-
ra la Unificacin y Rehabilita-
cin de Corea y el Comando
Unificado.
Klngsley sali de Oinebra la
semana pasada al formarse el
acuerdo mediante el cual la
Agencia asumir la plena res-
ponsabilidad del socorro y re-
habilitacin en Corea una vez
que la situacin militar permi-
ta al Comando Unificado des-
prenderse de esa responsabili-
dad.
POSTRES MARAVILLOSOS
RPIDA Y FCILMENTE!
V.
-.-; -.1
Observe cmo la Crema Avoset
para Batir transforma como por
encanto no postre cualquiera en
un postre maravilloso. l batido
se hace rpidamente, y dura arme,
tico y deudoso hasta el momento
en que se sirve. Higinica y salu-
dable. Avoset ea la crema fresca de
pura leche de vaca que usted puede
guardar meses en su refrigerador.
Adorne con ella sus postres hoy
mismo!
Pruebe tambin la Croma AVOSET de
Mesa en el cafe, cea cerealee y fruta*.
WOSEI
."'ZID
v*&* fir Hb*
CREMA DE LECHE
ESTERILIZADA
AVOSET
Los estudiantes del Instituto
de Verano respaldarn nmina
de una Sociedad Docente
La Comisin de Estudiantes
del Instituto de Verano de la
Escuela Normal Juan Dmos-
tenos Arosemena, nos ha en-
viado el siguiente comunicado:
La Asociacin de Estudiantes
del Instituto de Verano de la
Escuela Normal J. D. Arose-
mena, entidad que agrupa el
mayor nmero de los maestros
rurales del pas, consciente de
la vital Importancia que para
los intereses de la educacin
nacional tendr la Comisin
Permanente del Escalafn, con-
sidera que la escogencia de los
miembros que han de integrar-
la debe hacerte con sumo cui-
dado, ya que estn de por me-
dio todas las caras conquistas
conseguidas en el campo de la
Educacin Nacional. Entonces
debe lucharse para que tal co-
misin est formada por perso-
nas que estn al abrigo de la
menor- sospecha; por elemen-
tos que por sus actuaciones en
el pasado signifiquen insospe-
chables garantas en la defen-
sa de los intereses generales de
la Educacin Nacional, al mis-
mo tiempo que Irreductibles ba-
luartes contra las incursiones
deletreas de la politiquera en
los predios sagrados de esa mis-
ma Educacin Nacional.
Las actuaciones verticales del
Magisterio Panameo Unido
(MPU) en favor de todo aque-
llo que haya significado reivin-
dicacin para la educacin p-
blica y en contra de lo que ha-
ya envuelto cualquier violacin,
cualquier atentado contra los
altos Intereses de la misma, son
ms que garantas para la sal-
vaguarda de los intereses ge-
nerales de la Institucin.
All estn sus erguidas de-
fensas en favor da la Ley Or-
gnica de Educacin y all est
tambin su actuacin entusias-
ta y decisiva en la solucin
de los problemas graves que
aquejaron recientemente al Ins-
tituto de Verano. J. D. Arose-
mena. Porque la Asociacin de
Estudiantes en ese Instituto
considera que la nmina del
MPU es una garanta para los
intereses de la Educacin Na-
cional, votar con ella en las
elecciones que han de verifi-
carse el 27 del presente mes, y
asi se lo hace saber a todos
sus miembros.
Por la Comisin de Estudian-
tes del Instituto de Verano de
la Normal J. D. Arosemena,
Secretarlo General,
Sebastin Aguilar.
Representante,
Teodoro de J. VUlarru.
La Sociedad Aguadulcea se
reunir esta noche para el
"Fondo Pro-Saco de Cement"
Jota
cuma fMsomuoA ouf u coumvA pos
En reunin efectuada por la
Sociedad Cvica "Unin Progre-
sista Aguadulcea", con asis-
tencia de la Directiva y varios
miembros, se trat sobre la a-
yuda que aportarn los agua-
dlcenos a la construccin de la
Escuela Secundarla de Aguadul-
ce. Se acord abrir una sus-
cripcin popular denominada
"El Saco de Cemento".
De acuerdo con el telegrama
enviado de Aguadulce por el se-
or- Rogelio Robles Garcia, Pre-,
sitente del Comit Pro Escue-
la Secundarla de Aguadulce, al
seor Alonso Bonilla, autorizn-
dolo para recibir las donaciones
de cemento o el valor en efec-
tivo del mismo. De acuerdo con
la responsabilidad recada en el
socio Bonilla, se escogi el Co-
mit que trabajar para llevar
a la realidad dicha obra.
El comit qued Integrado de
la siguiente manera: Presidente
Alonso Bonilla C; Secretarlo
Waldo Castillo C. y Tesorera, la
Srta- Virginia Barrera, nomoran
dose a la vez las siguientes co-
misiones:
Comisin de Prensa y Propa-
ganda: los socios Salustlono
Chacn. Hlldebrando Rojas bu-
cre C, Luis Antonio Mojica, Car-
los Arturo Sucre.
Comisin de Finanzas y Colee-
tas: Las seoritas Nimia Boni-
lla, Elisa Barrera, Carmen Vas-
quez y a Sra. Laura Is tu rain de
Bentez; los caballeros Nicanor
Castillo Jr., Carlos Mndez O,
Anbal Perelra, Marcos Sucre C.
y Carlos Gonzlez Bazn.
"La Unin Progresista Aaua-
dulcea" hace un llamado a les
aguadulceftos residentes en la
ciudad capital a que contribu-
yan con el "Saco de Cemento" o
su equivalente en dinero, para
la pronta terminacin de la Es-
cuela Secundarla. Esperamos
que los coterrneos resident .-
en esta ciudad estn prepara-
dos para dentro de una sema-
na a entregar su porte a la co-
misin encargada, la Comuin
de Finanzas.
Lugares donde pueden dar su
bolo o cualquier Informacin:
Salustlano Chacn, Avenida
Cuba No. 12. Telfono 3-32.1:
Familia Bonilla, Calle 10a So.
5 (bajos) Telfono 2-2853; y al
seor Carlos Tapia U., en la Far
macla Britnica; Avenida Cen-
tral No. 128 Telfono 2-1335
quienes Informarn al coir.'t
Pro Escuela Secundaria de A-
guadulce en la ciudad capital.
Rogamos a las personas intere-
sadas en cooperar, hacer su a-
porte a los miembros del comit.
Por este medio recordamos a
todos los socios de la UPA y al
Comit Pro Escuela Secundarla
de esta capital, a todos los a-
guadulceos y simpatizadores se
sirvan asistir a la reunin que
se llevar a cabo hoy 24 de lis
corrientes a las 7 y 30 p.m. en.
calle 10 No. 5 (bajos) frente a
la Plaza Herrera.
Aguadulceos, al contribuir
con tu saco de cemento, ayudis
a la educacin de tu pueblo.
Se especializarn en EE.UU.
dos profesoras panameas
La seora Diana Chiari de Grabar y la seorita Celsaira
Chang OrtU. profesoras de trabajos manuales, salieron reciente-
mente haela loa Estados Unidos, donde harn un estudie de cin-
co meses sobre las artes manuales en las reglones del sur.
Fueron escogidas la seora de Graber y la seorita Chang
Ortiz cono maestras distinguidas por el Instituto de Asuntos
Intersmericanos en Panam. Tendrn ahora la oportunidad de
estudiar le mejor en materia de artes manuales en los Estados
Unidos. La seorita Bltgh DesBrlsay, especialista en trabajos
manuales del Instituto de Asuntos Interamericanos en Washing-
ton, ha hecho los arreglos para este viaje y acompaa en el
mismo a las dos brearas panameas.
El Instituto, por medio del Servicio Cooperativo nter-Ameri-
cano, espera desarrollar de esta manera el inters por las .artes
manuales nativas en las escuelas y comunidades rurales de Pa-
nam.
La seora de Gruber es reconocida cerno una de las princi-
pales autoridades en materia de arte y Untes indios precolombi-
nos en la Amrica Central. A ella se debe el renacimiento por
el Inters en los modelos antiguos de los Indios, particularmente
en alfarera y vasijas. Su labor es bien conocida fuera de Pa-
nam. Ella est ahora vinculada al Servicio.
La seorita Chang Ortiz es profesora de artes industriales
en la Escuela Normal "J. D. Arosemena" en Santiago. Recibi
su ttulo de Bachiller en Ciencias en el Colegio de Maestros del
Sureste del Estado de Missouri, en Cape Gerardeau, Missouri, en
1958, y se ha distinguido ya por la excelencia y variedad de sus
trabajos. El pblico tuvo la oportunidad de ver sus obras en la
exhibicin que se efectu en Enero ltimo en las vitrinas del Ba-
zar Francs.
Con Iss dos maestras panameas sali el seor Luclides He-
rrera, especialista ecuatoriano en pequeas artes.
En la foto anterior'aparecen, antes de la salida, de izquier-
da a derecha: la seora de Graber, el seor Herrera, la seori-
ta Chang Ortiz, el Ministro de Educacin Ingeniero Ricardo J.
Bermdes, la seorita DesBrlsay, y el seor Ernest C. Jeppsen,
Jefe de la oficina del Instituto de Asuntos Intersmericanos en
Panam.
Ayer se iniciaron las obras
del Manicomio de Los Santos
interrumpidas hace 15 aos
SELECT-A-SCHEME
Te moe-o los tW
LOS SANTOS, Julio 24 (Co-
rresponsal) A las doce del
da de ayer se declararon oil-
clalmente reanudados los tra-
bajos del manicomio nacional
en esta ciudad, por Su Excelen-
cia el Ministro de Obras Pbli-
cas Ingeniero Norberto Navotio.
Con una sencilla ceremonia q'ie
se inici con la bendicin de
una de las bases por el presb-
tero doctor Daniel Poveda. cura
y vicario de esta parroquia.
El Ministro Navarro coloc el
pilmer bloque de arcilla y con-
dujo la primera carretillada de
mezcla hacia la Iniciacin de la
obra, en la base olvidada hace
quince aos-. Despus de bre'-es
discursos por personas designa-
das al respecto, el Ministro Na-
varro cerr el acto con palabras
de aliento no solo para esta :-
bra, de proyecciones lntoero-
vinclales, sino de trascendencia
nacional.
Ms de un millar de personas
concurrieron al acto en los Le
rrenos del manicomio y asistie-
ron a las ceremonias. El acto
fu amenizado con la banda
municipal. Despus de una ove-
ve visita al hospital de San
Juan Dios, actualmente en cons
truccin, se ofreci un brindis
ni seor Ministro, en los arr.-
piiee .salones del jardn 10 ae
noviembre, Ms tarde fu tam-
bin servido un sancocho de ge-
llina como punto culminante de
la nueva jornada en la cons-
truccin de una obra que en
buena hora, fu iniciada por el
extinto ex-presidente Juan De-
mstenes Arosemena.
Un telegrama con valiosas
Protestan por la
destitucin de los
Tcnicos de Divisa
Divisa, Julio 23 de 1851
Director de
"El Panam Amrica"
Mucho agradecera le publ::ar
en su prestigioso diarlo la si-
guiente informacin. La Asocia
clon de Peritos Agropecua/ios,
manifiesta por este medio iu
inconformidad con la destitu-
cin de los colegas que trabajan,
en los fomentos.de Los Santos
y Veraguas. Es notoria la Indi-
ferencia con que se trata al pe-
rito desde el momento que no
se toma en cuenta ni su prepa-
racin, eficiencia y constancia
para destituirlos y reemplazar-
los por personas que jams en,
pasado por una escuela agr-
cola.
Jos Anel Guevara E,
Secretario General APA.
(
Se inaugur una
Biblioteca en la
Zona del Volcn
El 21 del presente mes se inau-
gur oficialmente una biblioteca
rodante en El Volcn. Las biblio-
tecas rodantes son el medio ms*
practico para un servicio rural en
lugares demasiado pequeas pa-
ra tener sucursales y ha resultado
una realidad por la valiosa co-
operacin del Sr. Gamboa y del
Sr. Castillo, supervisor de Educa-
cin en dicha zona.
La biblioteca rodante prestar
sus servicios a las poblaciones de
Cuesta de Piedra, Hato del Vol-
can, Nueva California, Cerro Pun-
ta y Boquern y quedar como
dependencia de la biblioteca de
La Concepcin de la Zona No. 2
con Central en David y dentro
del Servicio de la Biblioteca Na-
cional.
firmas fu dirigido en este da
al Excelentsimo seor Presi-
dente de la Repblica don Alci-
bades Arosemena, como testi-
monio de agradecimiento.
------------------------- <
El Comit Nacional [
Olmpico se reunir
el prximo viernes
El Comit Nacional Olimpico
se reunir el prximo vierne^A
a.Jas 8 de la noche en el Salraw
del Departamento de Educa
clon Fsica, para tratar varios
asuntos de importancia, por lo
cual solicita c los miembros!
tomen debida nota para que no
falten el da indicado, ya que
e6 necesaria Ir. presencia de to-
dos para resolver ciertos puntos
de gran inters.
AVISO CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro, recibir propuestas cerradas hasta las
nueve en punto de la maana del da 20 de Julio del ao
en curso por el suministro de COMESTIBLES Y MATERIAL
DE ASEO para uso del Retiro de Matas Hernndez.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los interesados
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
JOS AROSEMENA O.,
Jefe de Materiales y Compras.
"Pide a tu
madre que
te compre
Lee Polvos Aihton A Parsons para
Bebes sea maravillosamente
uavisadore durante 1 periodo de
denticin. Aseguras evacuaciones
regalares y fciles, refrescan la
angra y soa de eso absolutamente
egnro. Haga ana prueba ea la
prxima ocasin en que tu bebe
esta aalntmserado a cansa de ra
deoticJoo.
Polvos Matricaria
MA1CA
ASHTON PARSONS
LUCKY STRIKE'
presenta
HOY a las 8.30 P.M.
Por la Red Panamericana
ALTO LA MSICA...!
Gnese el monumental
JACKPOT
'LUCKY STRIKE'
Regalos. .7 Premioi. / Obsequioi!
SEA FELIZ Y TENGA SUERTE CON
LUCKY STRIKE
In Programa Estelar Ms de
LA RED PANAMERICANA
1090 Kilociclos.
H. O. A. H. O. W.
PANAMA COLON


MARTES, JULIO 24. 1951
n PANAMA AMfcmCA -' OIATO rNDCTENDIFNTT
f PAOCTa CINCO
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
IKeaaccin Social
ccion
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfeat l-US
HORAS: : a 10:00 a.m.
Apartado 134
Recepcin en Is Presidencia
El Excelentsimo Seftor Presi-
dente de la Repblica Seftor
Alcibades A. Arosemena y Bi-
flora Hellodora A. de Aroseme-
na .han enviad invitaciones
para una recepcin que, en ho-
nor de la Delegacin Venetia-
ns a la Inauguracin de la Es-
tatua de Bolvar ofrecern el
EL GUILA IMPERIAL
ca. de seguro de vida
lamenta profundamente el fallecimiento de su
asegurada la nia,
CECILIA DE LOS REYES ORTEGA
vecina que era de la Calle .1 Oeste, Casa M cuarto 3
bajos fallecida hoy en el Hospital Santo Tomas y nace
llegar a su padre nuestra mas profunda condolencia.
^<%ff-
A
La ms i
,1a ms i
i segura, lama tus ve
de las toalla* sanitaria*. No
hay nada como Modes*.
Producto de JorWcM *JjorWcn
Para postros rolrimpoqos..,
um los PUDINES JELL-O
de TAPIOCA
Son riqusimo*! Al da Vainilla agregele
cubito* da pltano, al d* Naranja-Coco,
padadto* da naranja escurrido*, y al da
Chocolate, nueces picadas.
iC.m.r. mm at!** PishM J.B-0 i. Tapien y arebelee keiiW
perfccciou^! ^^
AHORA
i Estos Matices "UPS''
Duran Aun Mas 1
Um el nueve Mp'x laklol rone"i para
ceiwerrer linde m labio
|Dura mucho moil Pond's "Lip*", famoso en el mundo
entero ... el lpii labial que dura horas y horas y hora*
.,. lanera dura mucho moil Lee labio* quedan mai
encantadores que nunca ... I en la nueva y maravillosa
formula secreto de Pond's est el porque) No se
erre ni i agrilla'
IMs sedosol Pond's "Up*" imparte a sus
labios un aspecto latinado. No ei grascua
{No se empasto, no ** reseco/
(Matices do modal Armonlian con tu
tipo, con su vestido, i Vea usted misma la
notable diferencio en la belleza de sus
labios con esta nueva formula mgica de
Pond's "Up*" I
POND'S "LIPS
//
UN REGALO PARA UD.

LA CUCHARA DE SCOTT
De Plstico Duradero
en Colores Hermosos
iGRATISI Pfds el paquete grande de
Emulsin de Scott coateniendo un*
cuchara linda. Obtenible en seis
atractivos colores. Y entonces d a
su fmilit todos los das este tnico
alimenticio, rico ea vitamina* y pre
parado cientficamente. Es fecoroea-
dsdo por mucho* mdico*. Pronto
Ud veri a su familia ms fuerte y en
mejor salud.
^EMULSION de SCOTT
fnico Alimenticio do Alta Energa
viernes en el Palacio Presiden-
cial.
Comida
8.E. el Embajador de los Es-
tados Unidos, seor John C.
Wey y seora ofrecieron ano-
che una comida en au residen-
cia en honor del sub-Jefe del
Estado Mayor del Ejrcito de
los Estados Unidos, r la seora
de Hampton Halsllp. quienes
se eneuentran de paso en nues-
tra capital.
Recepcin Pospuesta.
Debido al luto que guarda la
Armada norteamericana con
motivo de la muerte del Almi-
rante Forrest W. Sherman, el
Comandante del 15o. Distrito
Naval, Almirante Albert M.
Bledsoe y seora, han pospues-
to el recibo que deba tener lu-
gar maana mircoles 25, para
el mircoles lo. de Agosto de
5.30 a 7 pjn.
Almuerzo Campestre
El seor Jos Ramn Quiza-
do Jr. y seora Alda H. de Oui-
zado ofrecieron hoy un almuer-
zo campestre en Mangus, pa-
ra agasajar a la seorita Ma-
rltza Quizado "aredes y al ae-'
or Hernn Porras, quienes
contraern matrimonio a fines
de sta semana.
Las seoritas Rita Estela Ji-
mnez Jimnez y Maruca Sosa
Jimnez, agasajar hoy tam-
bin a la seorita Quizado, con
un t en la residencia de la
seorita Jimnez.
Compromiso de Matrimonio
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra la seorita Ella Isabel Chta-
rl, hija del seor Rodolfo E.
Cblarl y seora Gllma de L. de
Chiarl, y para el caballero Ra-
mn Navarro,. hijo de doa
Martina D. vda. de Navarro,
quienes cntrajeron el domingo
compromiso de matrimonio.
Funcin a beneficio en' El Lux
Las funciones del Teatro Lux,
durante el dia de maana, se-
rn a beneficio de los hurfa-
nos de Israel. Dicha funcin
esta auspiciada por el "Chll-
drens to Palestine Corporation"
y se presentar udems de la
pelcula "Tiburones de Acero",
otra cinta tomada en Israel por
la seora Dorothy Silvers ton,
titulada "El Manantial Eterno".
Con el objeto de discutir la forma como ha de financiarse la construecln del edificio del
Liceo de Seoritas en los terrenos de Paltllla, se efectu ayer en la maana una importante
reunin en el despacho del Gerente de la Caja del Seguro Social en la cual estuvieron pre-
sentes, el Gerente de la Institucin, Licenciado Manuel Soils P., el Ministro de Educacin,
Ing. Ricardo Bermdez, el seor Snb-Gerente de la Cala del Seguro Social, don Carlos Cal-
aadUla, el Licenelado Rodrigo Arosemena, Abogado del Sesturo, el Secretarlo de la Caja del
Seguro, don Guillermo Amara, y una nutrida representacin de alumnas del Liceo. En esta
reunin se discutieron las bases del financiara lento del edificio del Liceo de Seorita*.
r actuado
Cambio de Residencia
Kl seor Edgardo Caries y se-
ora Mary V. de Caries han fa-
jado su residencia en la calle
D. No. 19, en El Cangrejo, en
donde te ponen a las rdenes
de sus amistades.
De los Estados Unidos
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en los Estados Uni-
dos, se encuentra de nuevo en-
tre nosotros la seora Arleen de
Raymond. La saludamos.
Presentamos un atento salu-
do de bienvenida al Agregado
de la Embajada de los Estados
Unidos, seor William O. Arey
Jr. y seora, quienes acompa-
ados de sus nios llegaron
hoy a Panam.
Saludamos al seor Roberto
Heurtematte, quien regres de
Washington por la va area.
El 15 del pasado Junio reci-
bi su diploma de Bachiller en
San Diego, California, la sim-
ptica seorita Isabel Busta-
mante Cajar. Vayan para "La
Mona" como cariosamente se
le llama, nuestras felicitaciones,
lo mismo que para sus amoro-
sos padres, don Alejandro Bus-
tamante y doa Isabel Cajar
de Bustamante.
Para Sur Amrica
Despedimos cordialmente &1
seor Donal C. Orefe y seora
Grace de Orefe, quienes siguie-
ron hoy hacia Buenos Aires.
Para Cuba
Slguig ayer para ,Cuba en
viaje de negocios el seor" Ro-
berto Motta. Lo despedimos.
Despedimos cordialmente al
seor Paul Gambotti, quien si-
gui para La Habana por la
via aerea.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Celebran en esta fecha el
coarto aniversario de su matri-
monio el seor Julio Ignacio
Alemn y seora Irene A, de
Alemn. Los saludamos cordial-
mente.
Abandonan el Hospital
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora del seor Arlstldes Ro-
mero quien abandon la Clni-
ca San Fernando.
Pida las
cosas por
su nombre!
Si pitnia hietr aud-
it*, pida Polvo de
Hornear Royal e in-
sista en ettenombre...
porque el prestigio de
Royal $e presta a mu-
chas imitaciones. Por
eso debe exigir Royal
en tu famoso boteci-
to rojo.
Debido a la muerte del Almi-
rante Forrest P. Sherman, Jefe
del Estado Mayor Naval de Es-
tados Unidos, la recepcin in-
formaren la casa del Contraal-
mirante Albert M. Bledsoe, Co-
mandante del l(o. Distrito Na-
val, ha sido aplazada del 25 de
Julio para el lo. de Agosto
- Todas las personas invitadas
para el 25 de Julio, por ste me-
dio son Invitadas cordialmente
para el lo. de Agosto de 5:30 de
la tarde a 7:00 de la noebe.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra Ana Elena Ch. de Arlas
Sra. Amlnta D. de Valds
Bra. Ileana C. de Roy
Srta. Carmela Ruiz
8ra. Amrica de Campbell
seor Ricardo A. Lince
Nio Ricardo Diaz Trujlllo.
ricano de Mujeres, hoy martes
24 a las 8:30 p.m.
PROGRAMA
I Scherzo en si bemol
Chopln, Margarita Dzevaltauss-
kas, alumna del Profesor Car-
dona.
II. Nostalgia, Tchalkowsky:
Mario Gutirrez Tenor
Jorge Coubourne Tenor
Guillermo Lpez Bartono
Ezequlel Rivera Bajo
Humberto Vaccaro Al plano
Alumnos del Profesor Federi-
co Jlmeno.
III. Declamacin tor la se-
orita Vlelka Salz, alumna de la
Profesora Anita VUlalaz.
IV.'Ballet, seora Ileana de
Sola de la Escuela de Danza.-..
V. Gran Sorpresa Cmico
musical.
VII Canto Folklrico Galli-
no, por la seora Carmen V. de
Moreno, acompaamiento de
guitarra a cargo de Lucho
'I ovar.
VIH. Recitacin, sefio.lta
Margarita Morera.
IX. Revista de modas Al-
macn Tita.
MODELOS:
Brunlselda Lavergne Gallmany
Gllda Arosemena Vallan,.o
Gabriela Duque Garca
Lourdes del Valle Herrera
Maurice Rublo Lasso de la
Vega
Locutor: Alfredo Icaza
Se presentar la pelcula In-
termezzo Lrico con Judy Gar-
land, Fred Astaire y Ann Miiier.
Premio de entrada obsequio
del Almacn Vllanova.
El Acto estara amenizado por
la Banda Republicana.
(No habr rilas;
Precio B .0.75
RED
Panamericana
1.090 Kcs
HOX MARTES
P.M.
3:3t Don Qukero
Dramalizacin, cortesa
de Avena Quaker
3:45 Cuarteto Mayo
dirige Rene Santos
4:00 Noticiero "Pereira"
4:15 Dedicatorias
5:45 Drcula, El Hombre
Vampiro
dramatlz'acin RPA
b:0t Vibraciones del Aire
6or Nacho Valds
erima, la Cancionera
Sentimental
6:3t Sucesos de la Humanidad
dramatlzacin
6:45 Su* canciones preferidas
Flavl Garca, acompaa
Lucho Muoz. Cortesa de
Floristera Valvn
7:00 Lucho Muoz y su rgano
7:15 Lasos de Odio
dramatlzacin, cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel
7:10 Pginas de Amor
dramatlzacin cortesa de
El guila Imperial
7:45 La Voi Emocional de
Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
8:00 El Diario de una Mujer
dramatlzacin RPA
cortesa de Almacenes
La Aurora
8:15 Dos canciones y un poema
Carlos Porras y
Anlta VUlalaz
cortesa de Max Factor
8:30 Alto la Msica
cortesa de cigarrillos
Lucky Strike
9:00 Mujeres entre Rejas
dramatlzacin, cortesa
de la Casa Angeilnl
8:15 Serenata de las Americas
con Soils y Gmez
cortesa Bazar Panam
0:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Los Panamericanos
10:15 Francia y su msica
10:30 Variedad musical
11:00 El cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
MAANA MIRCOLES
6:00 Buenos das
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero RPA
6 45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero RPA
7:46 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 La discoteca internacional
8:30 Hablan los Astros
con Antlnea
ft: 45 can (a res de Mxico
9:00 Clasificados del aire
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 La novela matinal
El rabe
11:30 Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
11:45 Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Serenata espaola
P.M.
12:15 Noticiero "La Hora"
12:30 Lucho Muoz y su rgano
1:00 Variedad musical
1:19 Boleros de moda
1:30 Cantares de Amrica
2:00 Noticias
2:05 Orquestas de saln
2:30 Sendas Musicales
con Anoland. Cortesa de
El guila Imperial
2:45 Su Novela Favorita
Entre Naranjos
cortesa de Kelvlx
3:t0 Momento Romntico
con Ovidio Rodrguez
3:15 El rabe
(grabacin)
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Abigail O. de P de B-ln
Sra Mlreya M. de de la Guar-
dia
doctor Santiago E. Barraza
seor Luis Carlos Morales
seor Guillermo de a Guardia
seftor Jos Rogelio Arlas Jr.
Joven Erasmo Arlas
nia Gladys Strunz jnix.z
nio Carlos Manuel Boyd Arias
Gran Velada en el Teatro Bella
Vasta a Beneficio de la Guarde- '
ria Infantil del Club Interame-
ombreros de cJieltro
En colores y en negro
estilos de ltima moda
3-95
LA CREACIN
Ave. Central No. 67 Panam
t
BRILLO?
NI lo* eewolt** pora una* ms
care* brillan at* ave CUTIX
Sale Cote. roBtien* "
Ion*, nievo y nirxvillete
{agrediente qae renter el
brille ea las uas per die*
T da*, ala grietarte, des-
prenderte o cicolorarse.
4L.
AHORA I.pii labial Cotas ease*,
perdurable. Presta tas Ubiut exquisita
emocin, atractivo Inolvidable. Eo aaatlcea
qae combinan armonloiaaaente cun 1
esmalte Cotes pera las
El esmalte pora ua mas popular del mundo.
Tenga los pisos limpios
Use Lava Pisos Johnson's
Disuelve la grasa, remueve la cera vieja
o lucia. Se maravillar do lo que mejora
la apariencia de su hogar uno* pito* tin
mancha, inmaculadamente limpios. Use
Lava Piso* Johnson'* en lo* piso* de
mosaico, piedra, ladrillo, caucho, asfalto,
linleo o madera. Para la limpien gene-
ral emplee una porte de Leva Pisos en
60 de agua. Sumamente econmico.
selo tambin para limpiar la* pared**
sin daar la pintura.
uva tee* cusa ce raes
v atoum i ctu vsim.
JOHNSON'S
IAVAHSOS
Dtsfque k Mkzo i* tu kfir, *"
LAVA PISOS JOHNSON'S
Elabrala a E.U.A. per las tabriceatea os la Cera Joheeea'a
Distribuidores:
TROPIDURA
,u (idos diento
El
Secreto
- es
IPANA
die""'
para dientes mas
limpios y taos..
.., pues Ipana limpia mucha
mejor! Por eso contribuye a
con servirlos sanos ... Por eso
debe usted acostumbrar a sus
nios a cepillarse los dientes
a diario con Pasta Dental Ipana,
Su sabor diferente, ms grato,
ms refrescante, encanta!
Recuerde: En le prevencin de
lee certa*, ningn otro dentfrico
he podido probar ser ma en-
ciente que Ipana,

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PAGINA SU
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MARTES, JULIO 24, 1951
NO Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR, Etc
Que la ruta al Departamento dt los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Mnimo poi
12 palabras.
3c por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
At* Tl\.ll Na 4
Tal. -MS1
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
fui dt l.win
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestros Oficinas lo atendern:
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave 4 da Jalla
Tal. 14441
BOTICA l'ARLTON
Aie ltln4M IIM
TtL -Cala
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calla II Oaate Na. ai.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
He "H" Na. (1 Paaaa
iva. Caalnl 12-17$tolum.
i SE NECESITA
Domstico*
SE* NECESITA:Empleado paro tro-
pejo gsnerol. Cormir en cosa. Co-
rle 37 Este No. 69. Apto. 8.
' SE; NECESITA:Empleada que sepa
ccinar, acuda o vio Espaa No.
t>4 oltos.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
CA 01 LiriVRC Tel. J-UJ2
VEND LOTES
Pago inicial mimo 100.00
Mensual 1.15.09
a Lotes ron Calles y Acutfductor d*
la Ciudad desde 8. 1.00 I me. ro
a Alquilamos equipo pesodo p'o
'novimiento da Utrro.
SE! NECESITA:Magnifico cocinera.
Oeb. traer referencias. Si no co- J St\TJTSf S
poce su oficio no se prsenle. A- '________ _
poce su oficio no se pres
?ende del PeiC No. 75, altos.
err.jnjie
VERDADERAS GANGAS"
SE NECESITA-Empleada poro lim- ,
ior cose y lavar Que duermo en \ Chaitt de 2 wanwro!, eolio Uru-
I empeo Ocurra Calle 31 Este: ?oy; crco. ol mor. ^.17 000. .Se
ite. 38.
acepta hipoteca por la mitad.
OoO
I. SE-DESrA:~-- Una empleado pora ofi- Lote de 848 M2 con fjente o
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
>f VINBEN:Clora*, rutar. irara,
acarn acanalada, Fix-Ta (arlen
nlodoi para cela* roiot) maca-
ra*, lavamanet. eicuiaa'a. ate. O
la piaciaa mil baja *n aloia
AGINCIAS GLSALES. Vi* Espa-
a, llcfonde o Juan Franca Tal
-J503
SE VENDE:Gan0a! Madera de cao-
ba al lodo del Club Chiquito. Ave-
nida Balbo-i final.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Aportamantos de
una y dos recamaros, sala, comedor,
cocina. Calle ""a. No. 15, Lefevre.
Informes Apto. 7, Tel. 2-1421.
SE ALQUILA: Apii'omento amo-
blado, calla 43 y Ave->'da Mxico.
Tel. 3-0140. Hanami.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos de 1
y 2 recmaras. Calle Primera. Pe-
rejil 14. Pregunte por Aseador de
8 a II. Informes telfonos 2-3181
2-0082.
SE VENDE: Abarroten*, rpido.
Precio de ganga, for motivo de vio- ~ ': ... 7 T ~
je. Calle 12 No. 16. Son Francis- SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de un,
r. cmara, amplio, independiente.
Garage. Via Belisario Porras 168.
{lo domstico. Calle 18 Oeste No.
apartamento 4.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo para ser-
vicio de casa, buen sueldo. Calle
Cclombia No. 20 Apto. 4. Edifi-
cio Urraca.
SE NECESITAEmpleada pora ofi-
pios domsticos en general, sepo
cocinar, dormir empleo. Calle 30
Este No. 13. ________
SE NECESITA:Empleodo pnro lavar
y plonchar 2 dios semanales, ten-
ga experiencia y buenas recomen-
dociones. Calle 46 Este No. 8
bajo.
Transstmica en El Cangrejo a B.
5.75 M2.
OoO
Lote de 1,000 M2 en El Canqrejo
con vista al mor B.7.50 M2.
OoO
Lote ?n Los Cumbres, contiguo o la
residencia de Lidie Castrelln, a
B.0.85 M2. Facilidades de pago.
Reharta Mir 2-1215
SE VENDE:Lote de 1.000 metros
en El Cangrejo, con visto al mar.
B.7.50 el M2.
Roberto Mir. Tel. 2-1215
SE VENDE: Un gabinete de seis _
i huecos, una cajo registradora. Pre- SE ALQUILA:_Aportamento de una
recmara. salo-comedor, en calle
39 No. 20. Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
OPORTUNIDAD:Cholet de dos re-
cmaras en calle Uruguay, cerca
al mar. B. 17.000. Se acepta hipo-
teca por B.8,500 Rebarta Mir 2-
1215._________________
Traspaso los derechos de B.150 que SE VENDE:Vidrio pulidos.. Vidrios
co genga. Calle 12 No. 16, San
Francisco.
SE VENDE:Cemento blonco. Colo-
rantes concent rodos paro cemenlo.
Impermeabilizante en polvo, pora
repellos exteriores. Tel. 2-0540.
Villanuev* y Teje-ira Ci. Lta.
SE VENDE:Dos camiones Interna-
tional de volquete, de cinco tone-
ladas en perfectas condiciones.
Pueden inspeccionarse en el dep-
sito comjno de Locera de
Villenueva y Tejeira Ci. Ltdo.
SE VENDE:Tubera elctrica galva-
nizada. Cajillas. Alambra elctrico.
Tel. 2-0540.
SE ALOUILA:Apartamento de una
recmaro, sala y comedor en colle .
la. No, 9. Tel. 2-1602. !
SE ALQUILA:Apcrtamento de dos
recmaras, salo-comedor en ca-
lie 37 No. 6. Tel. 2-1602 .
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de uno
recmorc salo y comedor y otro
de dos recmaras en Call 36 No.'
7. Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento de uno!
recmara, sala y comedor en co-,
II* 50 No. 23. Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet-azotea de 2
recmaras, sola comedor, cuartc
empleada, 2 servicios, en calle 33
y Avenida Cubo Solo B.90.00. Tel.
2-1602._______________._________
""miscelnea
Llegaron telas estampadas y lisos,
calidod y be'leza incomparable.
"La Milagrosa" Monteserin 2.
""solicitud de propuestas
para el suministro de
trozas del pas
Lo Compona del Canal de Panam
' felicito propuestas, en pliegos cerra-
dos que se han de abrir a las 10 y
30 de la maana del 14 de Aoos-
ito de 1951 poro que se le suminis-
tre 75,000 pies 11 pie x 1 pie x I ~
pulgada' de trozos de olmendro o
fde guayocn o de ambos. Los eiem-
I piares de lo Solicitud No. 1 estn
Indisponibles en la oficina 4*1 Super-
intendente de Almocenes. Balboo. te-
> Ufano 2-2777.
tengo sobre un lote en la Urba-
nizacin Lefevre, cuya valor es de
B. 180. Ocurra a la Cia. Lefevre, a
las 9 o. m., Fuenmayor.
SE NECESITA
General
Villenueva y Tejeira Ci. Lta. l SE ALQUILA: Departamento uno
recmara, piso bajo. Edificio AL-
BERTINA, Avenidas Ecuador y
Mxico. $50.00. Llame horos ofi-
cina 2-1707.
oara azoteas. Vidrios alambrados.
Bloques de vidrio. Tel. 2-0540.
VilUniMv* y Tej.ira Co. Lte.
SE VENDE:Fregcderos de hierro
esmaltado con sus accesorios. La-
vamanos e inodoros importados.
VilUnueve y Tejeira CU. Lta.
SE NECESITA:Comprar con urgen-
cia cholet, casa o Iota terreno,
cualquier lado de lo ciudad que
seo una ganga. Dirjase o lo Srta.
Ulda Falguera. aportado 3404,
Panam.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA: Planta elctrica 1
1-2 KVA AC 60 ciclos o 2 KVA
Kholer u Ornan preferible. Tel-
fono 3-0542.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento de dos
recmaras, sala-comedor, por solo,
B.60.00 en 114, Justo Arosemena
y otro amoblado por B.50.00 dei
un solo cuarto. Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de uno I
recmara, salo comedor en Va;
Belisario Porros final. Acabado de .
pintar, por solo B.37.50. Tel. 2-'
1602.
SE NECESITAN:Cuatro jvenes de COMPRO Raicilla, lacha ele anear*
ambos sexos .con experiencia en
propogandn. Avenido Central No.
47, Apto.- 23.
SE VENDE
Bote v Motores
:SC VENDE:--Lancha 65 pies moto-
res "Diesel", pesca camarones car-
ga pasajeros. Tel. 2-2252 Dr
Morales.
SE ALQUILA
Cuarto*
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado
i completamente independiente, bal-
cn y cocino, a coballero o seora
de buenas costumbres. Calle 45
No. 19.
SE NECESITAInstalador d persia-
nas venecionas. que tenga licen-
cia poro monejar carro. Con bue-
nas referencias. Ocurra a R. A.
Cowes y Ca (por el Club Uninl.
SE NECESITA:Agente vendedora.
Debe ser agradable poro vender
lnea de productos de renombre.
Oportunidad .Escribo dando refe-
rencias, edad, experiencia, etc in-
cluya pequea fotografi, Apto.
1645. Panom.
a balate. Pega les majares precia
e alexa. Osmond L. Madure, Ce-
de i. No II Aparto*. 277, Pa-
nam. .
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE NECESITA:Vendedores de clu-
bes, seguros, lotes, etc. tienen un
buena oportunidad de aumentar] EL PROBLEMA
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora d kero-
sene 7 pies, barato. Pueblo Arroi-
jn No. 129.
ALQUILASE: Mognifico departa-
mento en cosa-chalet con dos re-
cmaras, cuarto empleada, garage,
servicios independientes.' patios,
etc. Vio Belisario Porros No. 135.
Lime ol 2-1456.
SE DESEA
SE VENDE:Piono, juego recmaro,
sola y bamb. Calle "D" El Can-
grejo" detrs carreras de perros,
cosa amarillo.
sus ingresos ofreciendo ol mismo
tiempo artculos de la Casa Spar-
ton, toles como refrigeradoras, ra-
dios, etc. Comisiones liberales.
Central 223, Calidonia.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
E ALQUIL*:Locol pora oticmo
orrib del Teatro Control
CLNICA, equipada, altos Farmocio
Solozar. colla 16 Oeste No. 28.
Panom.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Camin Chevrolet, es-
toco, modelo 1941 en muy buenas
condiciones, valo en la estacin
i Volds. Ave "A" No. 117 11a-
me al Tel. 2-3835.
E VSNDPCorro Commonder Dodge
con d'tMe diferenciol y perfectas
f condicione?. Refirase e casa
h 2164-A, Curundu. Calle 8o. Tel.
i 5216.
Para que su casa
o establecimiento
luzca mejor, pn-
telo con las famo-
sas pinturas
SHERWIN
WILLIAMS
(cubren U tierra)
gran surtido fe colores.
ti
Ave. Norte S3 Tel. 2-0810
Calle Martin Sosa No. 3
Tel. 1-1424.
Para resolver este espinoso pro-
blema lo ms indicado es que
el Gobierno ponga en marcha
la Iniciativa y los cptales par-
ticulares, pero no por mtodos
coercitivos sino abrindoles cru-
ces y creando el incentivo ne-
cesario para que stos acten
voluntariamente, facilitando la
explotacin de la agricultura, la
le entreR anoche a W. Averell ganadera, la Industria manu-
Lot britnicos se
Bolvar es hoy
de la humanidad, el Libertador
es una admonicin, y una con-
signa. Su concepcin de una
unidad de naciones verdade-
ro llamamiento a la solidaridad
continental frente a una posl- >
ble amenaza contra esa inde- i
pendencia acabada de lograr-
es' hoy ms que nunca una lec-
cin viva y permanente".
Se sealan los sitios
Juan Gil, Loma Bonita. Nuevo
Sitio, Pacora, ULiv, La Mesa,;
Se ha informado que Gran calculan en 611,091, o'sea 374,000! Carrlazo, Tocumen, Cepillo y
__a__S ___i' _.._. a ti ^ a. ^ w\_________ J I II 11 i.il n"iii\ a I"
lia i riman enviado especial del
Presidente Truman.
facturera y extractiva, y asi, a
la vez que se provee ocupacin
estable, e crea riqueza verda-
Lss condiciones del Gobierno dera, en contraposicin al em-
de Iran para la reanudacin de, pieo pblico que no crea rique-
las negociaciones se encuentran
balo estudio, pero el Gobierno
britnico hasta el momento no
se ha podido formar una opi-
nin sobre su aceptacin.
za sino multiplica erogaciones.
Las bajas de los
DESEAMOS matrimonio sin hijos, que
conozco d* labores de campo p*-1
ro cuidor caso en el VaHe de An-
tn Debe tener recomendacin del
lugar donde 'troboj antes Cia.
Dulcidlo Gonzlez .N.. S. A. Fabri-
co d* Mosoico. Ave. Cuba No. 8.
ESCOGER..........
res Informarles en nuestra edi-
cin de maana, sobre el resul-
tado de las elecciones de la
CHEM".
Bretaa est ansiosa de llegar
a un arreglo de la disputa pe-
trolera v que una misin espe-
cial encabezada por un Ministro
de Estado ir a Tehern si las
condiciones para la reanudacin
de las negociaciones son acep-
tables.
muertos en batalla, 81,000 muer-
tos fuera del campo de batalla
y 146,081 prisioneros de guerra.
Las prdidas de los chinos se
calculan en 002.453, o sea 506,-
000 muertos en accin. 78,000
fuera del campo de batalla y
17,453 prisioneros.
Mientras tanto, informes no
oficiales llegados de Tehern di-
cen que el memorndum pre-
sentado por Irn a Harriman | e julio,
contiene cuatro demandas bsi- |
cas: 1> Que la Anglo-Iranian
Oil Co. pague al Gobierno de
Irn 20 millones de libras ester-
linas (56 millones de dlares >.
21 Que la compaa reconozca
la nacionalizacin de la Indus-
tria petrolera Dor Irn. El ter-
cer y cuarto punto trata de la
venta v distribucin del petr-
leo.
El ltimo Informe de las
bajas de los Estados Unidos
las fiia en 78,139 hasta el 13
El Ministro de Hacienda. Mo-
hamed All Varsteh. dijo en el
Parlamento hov que el Banco
; Nacional de Irn no tiene dlvi-
! sas extranjeras y que por lo
I tanto no se podrn expedir per-
misos de imDortacin.
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Que de conformidad con el
Articulo 777 del Cdigo de
Comercio y por medio de Es-
critura Publica No. 1241 de
la Notara 3a. del Circuito de
Panam de fecha Julio 10
de 1951 ha sido traspasado el
negocio de Cantina "Melena"
de la Ca. Esplrandela a mi
favor y por compra del mis-
mo.
Panam. Julio 10 de 1951.
Armando ( iniclio.
Los comunistas
tar cualquier Intento de desi-
denes.
Los tanques regresaron a sus
bases despus de la manifesta-
cin. Seis camiones del ejrcito
con ametralladoras fueron cos-
cados estratgicamente alrede-
dor del sector.
Regresan de Coiba
mer secretarlo del Ministerio de
Gobierno v Justicia.
Adems de los 36 detenidos,
viene un cargamento de produc-
tos consechados en la colonia
penal, los cuales se pondrn a
la venta inmediatamente, para
asi aliviar la escasez actual de
productos de primera necesidad.
Panam la Vieja votarn en la
Escuela Manuel Jos Hurtado.
Los maestros de la Escuela
Villalobos votarn en la Es-
cuela de Pedregal.
Los maestros con licencia que
se encuentren en la Capital vo-
tarn en la Escuela Nicols
Pacheco.
Los maestros con licencia
antes de votar, debern presen-
tar el oficio en que se les co-
munica que se les haba confe-
rido la licencia
En cada litio de votacin se
permitir no ms de un obser-
vador pe cada agrupacin o
asociacin de maestros o igual-
mente durante el escrutinio
que se verificara ante la Junta
Municipal de Educacin de) Dls
tritn Capital.
Cada observador deber He-,
var un oficio en que conste su
designacin para tal- cargo.
El comienzo y terminacin de
las votaciones sern Indicadas
por un toque de sirena en el
rea urbana d la capital y por,
un toque de campana ordenado]
por la Junta Local.
Por la Junta Municipal
de Educacin,
Octavio M. Alvarado,
Secretario.
SELECT-A-SCHEME
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Mantenemos una venta de
ganga de artculos sobre exis-
tencia donde las MEJORES
PINTURAS se venden a los
ms bajos precios.
Por qu no ahorrar dinero
comprando lo mejor?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 279.
Tel. 3-0140.
. PAPEL LUMINOSO
en varios colores (24x24)
CORTADORAS
DE HIERBA
. CARRETILLAS
DE HIERRO
Ricardo A. Mir,
5. A
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESIltOS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Call* It Eala Na. Tel. 2-I6M


n
Felpa Mineralizada
Roja y Verde
Felpa Negra
de 15 y 30 lbs.
Clavos de Zinc
Balanzas 'Detecto'
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Calendario de juegos
de la segunda vuelta
del basket masculino
Liga Provincial de Br.rketball
de 1951
CIRCUITO MASCULINO
Divisin layor
Temporada de Campeonato
Segunda Vuelta v
JULIO
25C. Vieja vs Mauricio.
Madurito vs Lord Chester
28 Bam vs Madurito
30Lord. Chester, vs Bam.
Madurito vs Mauricio
Se entreg a las
a la isla de Colba y al enorme
peligro por la existencia de dil-
les de vboras "X", nicas due-
as de esos Inhabitables pa-
rajes.
LAMPARAS
Para Residencias
SE VENDEN
VIDRIOS
DE Va DE GRUESO DE LA
SIGUIENTES MEDIDAS:
36 x 36"
36 x 60"
48 x 60"
MUEBLERA
LA COMPETIDORA
Calle 16 Oeste 47.
Telfono 2-3181.
Lamparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con 60 velas de fuerza de luz blanca
modern. Permanece encendida SO
ticas por I Knln de kerosene. Toma
M% de AIBE y solamenit 6% de
KRROSKNE. Completamente efrura
no explota ni necesita generador ni
bomba No produce humo ni maloa
olores Es Un sencilla que un nio
puede prenderla Nunca vista en Pa-
nama a Precio tan Bajo
por S.O...B/.9.95
Ten*m*a lod* lo* Repuesto!
D* Venta en toda* la FF.RRKTRRIAS
j MUEBLERAS.
Distribuidores:
WONG CHANG, S. A.
Calan Calle y Ave. Balbea
Td sn.
rananta. Ave Central 3
Tal. 2-2*87
SE RE0UIERE AGENTE y
DISTRIBUIDOR
nico en Panam para la dis-
tribucin de nna rran varie-
dad de receptores de radio r
televisin de manuf a c t n r a
britnica "Etronic." Para ob-
tener detalles completos escri-
ban a: Messrs. Associated Ex-
ports. Ltd.. 6 Laurence Pount-
ney Hill. Londres E. C. 4, In-
glaterra.
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/..50
Entrega
inmediata
Kepa raciones
generales
Industrias
l'anamericanas
calle 2 E #22
Tel 3-1713
SE NECESITAN:
Do* jvenes y dos seoritas
de buena presencia con expe.
rienda en rentas. Sueldo b-
sico, comisiones. Ave. Central
39. Oficina 4*4 de t a 9 a.m.
solamente.
SE NECESITA
Maquinaria Ebanistera
ea buenas condiciones.
Hganse ofertas detalladas al
Apartado 1679. Balboa, Zona
del Canal.
SE VENDE
Plywood de | de grueso
Madera fina.
MEDIDAS
36 x 72" .....a B/.4.00
48 x 72" ..... 5.00
MUEBLERA
LA COMPETIDORA
Calle 16 Oeste 47.
Telfono: 2-3181.
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2* v 2* s 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Momentos en que el Delegado de Panam ante la Unesco,
H.D. Jorge Illueea, dirige la palabra despus del seto de la
firma del acuerdo sobre Asistencia Tcnica entre Panam y
la Unesco en virtud del cual un experto de esa organizacin
ser enriado a Panam para que estudie la manera de im-
plantar la educacin audio-visual en las escuelas primarias.
El representante de Panam se refiri en su discurso a la
complacencia de su Gobierno por el inters con que la
Unesco sigue los esfuerzos de Panam por elevar el nivel de
vida de las clases populares.
La Panagra celebra su vuelo
20.000 sobre El Ecuador
i
La semana prxima la Pana- Esta cifra incluye vuelos ds
gra registrar en sti haber el Itinerario solamente, agregaron,
cruce 20,000o. de la Linea Ecua- y no entran en ra cuenta otros
torial por sus aviones, segn un vuelos especiales y de entrena-
anuncio hecho por lunclonarlos1 miento que han sido realizado
de la compaa. ..obre la Linea Ecuatorial.
Se estima que
tado de desacreditar los moti-
vos de las Naciones Unidas al
Insistir en que la retirada de
las fuerzas es una cuestin po-
ltica que no se puede discu-
tir por ahora.
Se acuso nuevamente a Co-
rea del Sur de haber instigado
las hostilidades y se dijo que
los surcoreanos quizs no hu-
biesen "tratado de Invadir" a
Corea del Norte sin el apoyo de
Estados Unidos.
BASE DE AVANZADA, Julio
24. (UP). El optimismo alia-
do por la posibilidad de n ce-
se de fuego aument anoche a
pesar de la nueva propaganda
comunista exigiendo el retiro de
las fuerzas extranjeras de Co-
rea.
Los circuios de las Naciones
Unidas todava creen que los
comunistas retirarn su deman-
da cuando se reanuden las ne-
gociaciones en Kaesong maa-
na a las 11 a.m. (9 de la no-
che de hoy, hora local i, cuan-
do expire el receso de 96 horas
pedido por los comunistas.
Los delegados de las Naciones
Unidas a las conferencias del
cese de fuego esperaban que
los comunistas pediran la rea-
nudacin de las negociaciones
antes de esa hora, pero no s*>
haba recibido mensaje alguno
hasta altas horas de la noche
de ayer.
El portavoz de las Naciones
Unidas, General de Brigada
Frank A. Alien dijo: "Las con-
versaciones se reanudarn ma-
ana a las 11 do la maana,
espero".
Las negociaciones llegaron a
un alto temporal el sbado de-
bido a la exigencia comunista
del retiro de las fuerzas de las
Naciones Unidas como condi-
cin para el armisticio.
El jefe de la delegacin de
laa Naciones Unidas, vice-Al
mirante C. Turner Joy dijo cla-
ramente que no accedera, bajo
ninguna circunstancia, que la
cuestin del retiro de las tro-
pas fuera incluido en la agen-
da para las negociaciones del
armisticio. Dijo que la cuestin
es poltica y que deber dis-
cutirse en una conferencia de
paz despus que el armisticio
haya entrado en vigencia.
Al llegar a este punto de la
discusin, los comunistas pidie-
ron un receso de cuatro das
para estudiar el asunto con ms
detenimiento. SI los rojos insis-
ten en sto, es casi seguro que
las conversaciones se den por
terminadas.
Algunos crculos aliados creen
que los delegados comunistas,
despus de haber consultado
con Pyongyang, Pekn y posi-
blemente Mosc, presentaran
alguna clase de compromiso
maana. ,.
El sentimiento que prevaleci
en un tiempo de que los co-
munistas haban pedido el re-
ceso para cubrir aus preparati-
vos de ofensiva, ha desapare-
cido casi por completo. La ma-
yora de las fuentes consideran
que si los rojos estaban prepa-
rando una traicin ya se ha-
bra llevado a cabo.
La lucha a lo largo del fren-
te coreano continuaba solo en
una escala menor.
El primer vuelo ecuatorial de
Panagra fue hecho el 4 de ma-
yo de 1929, durante un viaja
de Itinerario de Lima a Cristo-
bal, Panam. El aparato utili-
zado en esa oportunidad fue
un avin Falrchlld monomotor,
con capacidad- para seis pasa-
jeros. En ese vuelo se emplea*
ba cuatro das con paradas noc-
turnas en Talara, Salinas y Tu-
maco.
Actualmente, los cuatrimoto-
res de Panagra para 52 pasa-
jeros del servicio expreso noc-
turno El Interamerlcano, que
vuelan entre Miami y Buenos
Aires, demoran menos de seis
horas al volar entre Lima f
Panam.
Adems del servicio diarlo de
El Interamerlcano de Panagra,
los vuelos del turista, los ser-
vicios en aviones DC-3 entro
. Lima y Panam, y los servicios
locales en el Ecuador han con-
! tribuido a formar esta cifra sin
paralelo de cruces ecuatoriales.
El vuelo 20,0000 ser realizada
desde Quito en un avin es-
pecial que llevar a bordo a
funcionarlos del gobierno y o-
tros invitados. Andrew B. Shea,
presidente de Panagra, estar
en Quito, en esa ocasin y ac-
tuara como anfitrin en el vue-
lo especial.
No hay pruebas do
espionaje en caso
de un periodista
WASHINGTON. Julio 24
l'USIS Funcionarlos del Dt-
Ipartamento de Estado declaian
que la transcripcin de las se-
cuencias en el juicio contra el
Corresponsal de a Prensa Aso-
ciada. William N. Oatls, reduc-
ido a prisin en Checoeslovaq.'ia
tajo la acusacin de espionaje,
no ha producido pruebas en
'cuanto a que Oatls se hubiera
dedicado a actividades que :>o
fueran las del procedimiento
normal de recoger noticias.
La transcripcin completa dei
proceso, recibida en washnj:-
ton hace unos das, muestra
que los interrogadores comunis-
tas de Oatls consideraban laa
solicitudes formales que hara
CU oficina principal en los Es-
tados Unidos como parte de una
conspiracin de espionaje, dicen
los funcionarios.
Un experto del Deprtame:.ta
indic que gran parte del testl*
monio rendido en la audiencia
se bas en los esfuerzos de O*-.
tis por obtener ms informacin
en relacin con el arresto del
ex-mlnistro de relaciones exte-
riores Vladimar Clementls. El a-
rresto de Clemenlis fu una In-
formacin de primera Impor-
tancia, por la cual se se desj'e-
ro amplio Inters en los EstJca
Unidos. Los testimonios mues-
tran que Oatls lo nico que hiz.
fu buscar con respecto a Cte-
rnentls ms informacin que la
anunciada por funcionarios el
gobierno checo.
jueves TROPICAL ktrenoi
""rada po.
-. por
ft .?*
Cb* SBHw
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CASA DE JUEGO"
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JED PANAMERICANA
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Primer Premio de
la Academia de
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T -19*
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Metro-GoUyn-Mayer!
Alegre, fastuo-
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ea Tecnleoler!
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Risas a Montones corf el
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"A CASARSE TOCAN"
(GROUNDS MARRIAGE)
eon
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Paula Raymond Barry
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CON AIRE ACONDICIONAD t>
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Desde el
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VICTOR MATURE
TERRY MOORE
WILLIAM IENDIX
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"AMOR VENDIDO", que se estrena el prximo Jueyes en el
Teatro "VARIEDADES", ea una historia de amor y sacrificio
que llegar a los eoraiones humanes. La vida de una mujer
capaz de inspirar las ms dulces y maravillosas melodas que
llegan a lo ms hondo del alma. "AMOR VENDIDO", la pe-
lcula que revela al "crooner" Fernando Fernndez en una
Insuperable actuacin dramtica y a Mercedes Barba en su
particularidad de bailarina de prestigio internacional, y quien
en esta cinta se anota un triunfo rotundo al bailar el "ritmo
de moda", el mambo, como pocas veces se ha visto en la
pantalla. "AMOR VENDIDO", la pelcula de Jas canciones
que Jams pasarn de moda, en las voces siempre privile-
giadas de Toa la Negra, Eva Garza y "Los Panchitos" .y la
actuacin especial de Freddy Fernndez, "El Pichi", Osear
Pulido y Carlos Vaiadei.
QM\)x&u
//?< TEATRO
PRESIDENTE
HOY ULTIMO DA
Una Joya Como
Pelcula I
e
tatty MOR.NO
A. de CORDOVA
'MARIA MONTECRISTO"
COMIENZA DESDE
JUEVES*
i
Tres sentimientos humanos se ponen al
descubierto en tres grandes relatos! .
Tres cuentos quf narran la historia de unos
hombres que no tenan miedo a la muerte!
.. .Solamente pedan vivir tin instante de
I fin,dad!. .
TRES NOVELAS DE LA VIDA''
(TRIO)
MAANA!
DA POPULAR!
Enrique Muio, en
"DE HOMBRE A HOMBRE"
Charlto Granados, en
"EL GRITO DE LA CARNE"
35c.
con
Jean SIMOMNS Roland CULVER
Anne CRAWFORD + Michel RENNIE
Escritas por SUMERSET MAUGHAM
EXPECTACIN!
ROMANCE!
ESTA NOCHE
Y TODAS LAS
NOCHES DE
LUNES A VIERNES
a las
Mujeres entre rejas
con la actriz
del i niicnio
Anita Villalaz
Auspiciado por ANGEL NI
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita M|
la LKea [Panamericana
Los Sindicatos
poltica del Asia, es lo que
Mosc est explotando en los
pases en que el Partido Comu-
nista est proscrito legalmente
La C.I.S.OX. tratar de encau-
zar este movimiento naciona-
lista por vias democrticas.
DESDE EL
JUEVES
ESTRENO!
Uno Aposiononte Historia de Amor y Sacrificio!...
Con msica ardiente y bailes enloquecedores!
I
EN SU DESGRACIA Y DESVENTURA,
INSPIRO MELODIAS.DE ENSUEO...!
)
MECHE BARBA FERNANDO FERNANDEZ
Freddy Fernndez "El Pichi" Toa La Negra, en
AMOR VENDIDO
CENTRAL
Danny Kaye Virginia Mayo
"EL LECHERO"
(EN TECNICOLOR)
Con las Bellea* a* Galdw/a.
y//.
TEATRO LUX
Una mujer per-
versa que en-
contr un hom-
bre m< malo
que ella...
JOHN CARROLL
VERA RAL8TON, en
"NGEL SIN ALMA"
BELLA VISTA
FUNCIN A BENEFICIO
de la
GUARDERA INFANTIL
UN GRAN ESPECTCULO
Y DESFILE DE MODAS!

En la Pantalla:
Fred Astaire, en
"Intermezzo Lrico"
TEATRO CECILIA
Jane POWELL f Ricardo MONTALBAN
en
"Dos Semanas de Amor"
(EN TECNICOLOR I
El romance de lodos leu Tiempos I
VARIEDADES
DA POPULAR I
Precios: .35 M .15
Femando Fernndez
Rota Carmina, en
"TRAICIONERA'
- Adems: -
Arturo de Cordova
Carmen Molina, en
"EL HOMBRE SIN
ROSTRO"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Alie Acondicionado
* A LAS 1:00 P.M. WAHOOl
B.11.VM en Premios!
Ava Gardner, en
VENUS era una MUJER"
- y -
Rex Harrison, en
"TRUHN CON SUERTE"
TEATRO TIVOLI
Alan Ladd. en
"EL HIJO QUE VUELVE"
-y -
"TRIPOLI" i en tecnicolor)
TROPICAL
VAN JOHNSON
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LA CIUDAD DEL
CRIMEN"
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Noche de Banco B. 125.00
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y "EL VENGADOR
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TEATRO IRIS
Fernando Soler, en
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Da Popular 3 Pelculas!
"ATLANTIDA"
"Crmenes Polticos" y
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TEATRO VICTORIA
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Ann Blyth, en
"FRENTE AL DESTINO'l
VISTE RMOSA
Olga Jimnez, en
"SANGRE TORERA"
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"ANACLETO SE
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!. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTl
MARTES. JULIO M. 1981
LANZADORES ZURDOS. Lo, lanzadores zurdos que se P''an C001"nrf^H,r!l,deM^ I"'"
gos en tsU temporada son. de izquierda derecha. Preacher Roo, de los Dodgers. Mel Par-
MM. de los Medias Ro.Us, y Eddie Lopat, de 'os Yanquis de Nueva York.__________________
Mioso Ha Vuelto a Ocupar El
Adquieren Varios
1er. Lugar En Bate y Carreras indios De ce:
Jugadores De Las Nueve Provincias*
Forman La Pre- Seleccin De Bisbol
1 Dep. Barcelona Busca Hoy
Empatar El Primer Lugar En
La Justa Menor De Basket
Basketball de Segunda categora
Provincia d* Panam
Circuito Masculino
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Grupo "Grindo de 1 Guardia"
G. P. Pe.
ptica Sosa ....... 7 1.OC
Fuma y Lu ..... < 1 .857
Pelimex ........... I 2 .MO
Cela ................ 4 3 .750
Rebeldes .......... 4 3 .750
Eva Pern ......... 3 4 .429
Orion ............... 2 5 .28*
" Anotadas En La Liga Americana
_____n VoRK, Julio 24 tUr;
El cuoano oresi.es Minoso
arue-allsia de los Blancas ha
vuelta a ocupar el primer lugar
ai b; .c y en carreras anotadas
en la Liga Americana de.spla-
tcsau re.peciivamcnte a Ferris
.ram iniciallsla de los Atltlcos
> a i'ed William* del Bolln.
IkUOlO logr aumentar antier
duran r .los partidos de tu no-
vena con los Senadores su pro-
media al bate subi a .344 ob-
tenido con 109 incogibles en
31 v veces al bate, tain ocupa
el secundo lugar con un pro-
medio de .334. Gil Coaz Ac los
.Enamores el tercero con .331, il
me:: .no Eeto Avila de los in-
t.iO!. cuarto con .318 y George
Kei Je los Tigres quinto co:
326.
MiAoso encabeza los peloteros
dt la Liga en carreras anotadas
Social Deportiva
ESTA DE DUELO
LA PAM LIA U&PlNO
En i. nin.s nuestro ms senti-
do p lame a la Familia de Don
Tom i Ospino. por el falleci-
mien.o de la seora Colombia
Ospino de Shaw. hermana ti
ios runocidos y destacadas ful
boils as del mismo apellido y
unir' dm del Club Dep. Ancn.
El entierro tiene' lugar esta
tardr a tas 5 partiendo del Ora-
torio Festivo.
con 74 seguido de Williams con
72 y de Don Dlmagglo de los
Medias Rojas con 68. Solo el
lr.iclallsta de los Dodgers Gil
Hodges que sa anotado 77 ca-
rreras supera en ese sentido al
cubano en las Grandes Ligas.
( luCION DEPORTIVA
Softball d Fte. 15
La Liga de este circuito tiene
reun on esta noche a las 7 y
30 en el lugar de costumbre y
pide a todos los interesados
puntual asistencia por las Im-
portantes decisiones que se apro
barn.
< OMPRE...
TROPIDURAlf;
PROTEJAMOS LA
INDUSTRIA nacional:
1 Dosman perdi
su invicto en el
ftbol de Coln
COLON, Julio 24 (Por Nando
Qu.nn.roi -El programa cele-
brado en el Eoiauo de Colon
de los juegos de la Liga Provin-
cial de Ftbol, fu cumplido a
cualidad y de los tres partidos
el ms interesante fu la de-
rroca que le propino el equipo
Deportivo Roque a los favoritos
del Dosman que asi perdieron
ju cuoad de invictos en la
presente temporada, por 2 tan-
tos al.
El primer* Juego en la tar-
de fue un empate para los on-
cenos Deportivo Aoel Bravo y
i-orne Arge'le-, que despus de
una lucha enconada cerraron
el marcador con un tanto para
cada bando.
El segundo de la tarde y tam-
bin ae la divisin menor ti
equipo Deportivo Amazonas ven
co por estrecha margen al equl
po Panama Sporting, por dos
goales para el Amazonas por
uno del Pan'm Sporting.
El Juego principal y de la ca- I
tegona mayor tu reido de co-
mienzo a linal y nadie espera-
ba la sorpresa del Roque.
Para el domingo venidero se
anuncian los siguientes Juegos
y comenzando a la una de la I
tarde en el Estadio de Coln.
Centuria Junior vs Deportivo
Amazonas.
A las tres de la tarde, Pana- :
m Sporting vs Foche Arguelles
y a las cuatro el Juego princi-
pal entre Deportivo Ferls vs
Dosman.
CLEVELAND. Julio 24 (UP)
Los Indios adquirieron por ter-
cer clia consecutivo un nuevo
jardinero para fortalecerse en
SU lucha por el gallardete de la
Liga Americana.
Los Indios obtuvieron ayer a
Clarence Maddern de 20 aos
de la novena de San Diego de
la Costa del Pacifico el cual
estaba bateando p un promedio
de .311 Los Indios compraron a
los Rojos de Cincinatti al vete-
rano Barney Mccosky y el sba
do al tambin veterano Paul
Lenner de los Carmelitas.
Para el 5 de agosto
>e pospuso el torneo
de pista y campo
El torneo de Pista y Campo
anunciado para el domingo en-
trante en el Estadio Olmpico,
se pospuso para el domingo 5
de Agosto, debido a ciertos in-
convenientes que se presenta-
ron.
El Comit Organizador de es-
tas Competencias pide a todos
los Interesados tomen nota de
esta decisin.
FoMoCo
*/r REPUESTOS LEGTIMOS
FORD MERCURY LINCOLN PRODUCTS
MOTORES COLPAN, S. A.
Avenida Nacional Panam
El Duran gan en
la apertura del
torneo de bolos
Esta noche se miden
Novatos y Royal
Ante una gran concurrencia
se inaugur con todo xito ano
che el torneo de bolos "Jantzen"
Despus que el conocido co-
merciante de esta localidad, Sr.
George Miduro, lanz 1 primer
"Strike" se abrieron los fuegos
con el Juego Caf Durn-Im-
portadora 8eiecta, saliendo vic-
toriosas los cafetaleros capita-
neados por Lorenzo Romagosa
por la via del blanqueo.
A continuacin damos la pun-
tuacin individual:
Duran
Padilla 181 233 153 567
De la Guard. 102 131 125 358
Novey 145 163 162 470
Daz 167 170 116 453
Romagosa 169 143 195 507
774 840 751 2355
Handicap 35 '35 35 105
799 875 786 2460
Selecta
Wright 138 104 126 368
Rennert 122 146 187 454
Cucaln 109 149 109 367
Moreio 98 149 158 405
Chlari 178 114 157 449
645 661 737 3043
Grupo "Che Villalobos"
G. P. Pje.
Dep. Eleta ......... 5 1 .833
A. Barcelona ......4 1 .800
Bam ir..............4 1 J00
Centenario ........S Z .tiOO
l'epsicola ..........2 3 .4M
Rodela- ............. 2 3 .400
Panamericana .....1 4 .2*0
Lefvre.............1 4 JM
Madurite ............ 1 4 JMO
Juegos de Esta noche
Rodela* vs Madurito
6.45 p.m.
I.efevre vs Barcelona
. 7.45 p.m.
Pern vi Pelimex
Por BETO TEJADA
Esta noche, prosigue en el
Gimnasio Nacional, la justa
menor masculina de Ja Liga
Provincial de Basketball con 3
partidos. En el primer juego
chocan Rodelag y Madurito,
defendiendo el primero bu op-
cin aunque muy remota al de-
recho de ir a la Serle Final.
En el segundo cotejo miden
fuerzas Lefevre y Barcelona,
defendiendo el ltimo su mag-
nifica opcin para disputar el
titulo en serle final.
En el ltimo encuentro, se
enfrentarn Pern y Pelimex,
logrando' loa ltimos su mayor
opcin al derecho de Ir a la
serie final.
Soto y Cardales arbitran. Ve-
lard anotar y Mena ser el
cronometrista.
Dedican a entusiastas estudiantes el
juego de mna. entre Azteca Jr. y Eleta
Los equipos Cario* Eleta y
Azteca Jr. tienen a cargo ma-
n na el partido del Circuito Me
nor de la Liga de Baseball de
Santa Rita a las 4.00 en el Es-
tadio Olmpico.
Este paitldo se lo dedican los
jugadores del Azteca Jr. a las
seoritas Chela Garca u Pa-
redes, Maritza Obarrio, Rite Ji-
mnez, Adelita Caldern, Clarl-
tr Araago, Josefina Gambotti
Chela Campafnanl. Irma Aran-
te, Lourdes Delvalle, Julie Ann
Fegarty, Viola Icaxa, Marida
Icaza, Carmen de la Guardia,
Teresita Garca de Paredes
Marcela Eatripeaut y Vila Aro-
semena.
El Eleta marcha empatado en
la 4a. posicin con La Barriada,
con 2 triunfos e igual nmero
de derrotas, entre sus filas tie-
nen jugadores experimentados
que han competido en Campeo
natos Provinciales, quienes bus-
carn el .triunfo para acercarse
a los punteros.
Hoy se resuelve
la protesta del
onceno Huracn
En la importante reunin que
tendr esta noche la Liga Pro-
vincial de Ftbol de Panam,
se tratar y resolver al protes-
ta del equipo Huracn en re-
lacin con el Juego que perdi
el domingo pasado frente al
Dltrani. Este hecho tiene capi-
tal inters, ya que de favorecer
ai Dltrani, este conjunto que-
d a r oficialmente declarado
Campen Provincial de primera
categora, y el Ancn resultar
Sub-campen.
El informe del arbitro favo-
rece en principio a los Italianos
por lo que resultar muy Inte-
resante la decisin que tome
hoy la Liga.
Los indios menores que *n su
partido anterior lograron ven-
cer claramente a los granllle-
ros chicos, contltuyen el hue.;o
ms duro de roer de las nove-
nas favoritas, tratarn maana
de quedar entre los primeros
con un triunfo sobre el Eleta.
Rene Orlllac Jr., recin lle-
gado de los Estados Unidos ser
la escogencla de los Indios para
abrir en la caja de las deter-
minaciones, Rica Tejada con
certificado de Campeonatos Pro
vlnclales lanzar por el Carlos
Eleta.
Se pronostica un reido duelo
entre ambos equipos por lo ba-
lanceado de sus nminas.
Tambin se ver en accin al
nuevo Director del Azteca Jr
Silvestre Woodruff, quien ha to
mado desde ayer las riendas del
equipo.
Mejor colocacin el
Granate con su triunfo
de ayer en baseball
Con 9 imparables oportunos
y buena labor de Fernando
Blanco en la caja de las pos-
tales el Granate blanque ayer
al Aracclly ppr 6-0, en el Esta-
dio Olmpico en la continua-
cin del 'Circuito Menor de la
Liga de Baseball de Santa Rita,
colocndose de tercero en el es-
tado de los equipos.
El Granate guiados en el
ataque por M. Martnez, R. Or-
tega y Q. Santlmateo con 3-2
y H. Perez con 2-2, atacaron
sin compasin los ofrecimien-
tos del lanzador A. Marciscano
que tuvo que ser sustituido por
O. Valencia al finalizar la 6a.
entrada.
El ex-boxeador F. Blanco no
tuvo dificultad en la caja, so-
lamente permiti a sus contra-
rios un imparable, siendo ste
conectado en el 2o. acto por J.
Tayme..
Escogidos un tolal
de 56 peloteros
' O O o
En sesin celebrada anoche
en el baion ae Recreo de la
cervecera Nacional B.A.; s
escogi la Preseieccln Nacio-
nal ae baseball para Aficiona-
dos, contando con M mlemoros.
Los Preselecclonadoi queda-
ron escogidos en las siguientes
frovinclas; Panama 21 jugado-
res, Coln 12, Bocas del toro y
cocle 5 cada una. Cnlriqui y
Herrera 4 cada una, Veraguas
y uantn 2 y Los santos 1.
Forman la Preseleccin los i-
guitntcs Jugadores:
Lanzadores,-Joa Ortega (Da-
rlen), iranoisco Selles (Cnlri-
qui), Abraham Forchinl (Co-
ion, Encarnacin Agullar (Pa-
nam, Dionisio dailnas (Pa-
nam, Eric George (Col.) Hear
ley harver "r. (B.T.), Calazan
Hernandez (Coc), Porfirio Ze-
balloa (Dar). Esteban Valencia
(Pma.), David Vsqez (L.8.),
Relnalao Benett (Col), Efrain
Rico (B.T.), Cyrils Adamon
(Col), Flix Larrinaga, Alfredo
Rosales, Clarence Gonzlez y
Rolando Hostln (Pna), Rigiere
Delvalle (Coel. y Alejandro
Chvez (Chi).
Receptor-Ernesto Perry (Co),
Marcos Cobos (Pna), Silvestre
McDonald (B.T. (.Domingo Fer
nndez (Her), Enrique Perez e
lean Ramos (Pma).
Inlclalistas: Ernesto Escalan-
te (Pm), Carlos C. Castlo
Candidato a Concejal (Ver),
Guillermo Harper (Pm), Hugn
Charles (Col), y Elias Osario
(Her.
Camareros:Carlos Magdale-
no (Col), Norman Bocanan
(Pm), Guillermo Calva (Coc).
y Antonio Gordon K. Pm).
Antesallstas: Modesto Sanjur
(Cbl), Antonio Copa Castillo
(Her), Leonardo Cumberbatch
(Pm), y Luis Herrera (Coc).
Torpederos: Luis Cedeo (Her)
Luis Sanjur (Pm), .Victor Pa-
tino (Ver1, Oliver Hardy Col),
Charles Weddesburn (Chl) y
Eugenio Hauradou (Pm).
Jardineros:Ricardo Oberlo
(Coc?. Reinaldo Grenald (B.T)
Felipe Lee (Col), Catallno Gon-
zlez (Pm), Arturo Barker
(Pm), Wlston Brown (B.T.)
George Knowles (Col), Felipe
Malcom Pm) Pablo Pabilo
(Pm) Gregorio Barrios (Col),
y Jos del C. Murillo (Pm).
Abreviaturas: Dar.-Darin,
Chi.-Cnlriqui, Col.-Coln. Pm
Panam, B.T.-Bocas del Toro,
Coc-Cocl, L.S.-Los Santos, Her.
Herrera y Ver.-Veraguas.
Paul Richards Reorganiza El
Cuadro De Los Medias Blancas
Doloresen las Art iculacionesPueden
ser causados por Rones Cansados
SI M slant usted IndlipuesTo, n tl- estimulante de los rlnonaa y nallarlvn
QUf levantara* H* h..k. >..a-~- m i. .-_..__,_ ...... r *"" u
o padece
\ dolores
_1 M Mente ueted Indlipues.
e que leve maree de noche, o
ueted de mareo*, nervloelda.l
ae espalda, o de pie-nae. tobillos hin-
chados, dolores en las articulaciones,
ardor en los conductos y exceso de
acidez, el unclonsmiento lento de loa
rones puede ser la. verdadera causa
e bus malas.
Loe alimentos y bebidas mal eaco-
ldos pueden esusar un exceso ds
tldos y recargar los rlflone de tal
numera que funcionan mal y neceel-
tan estimulante ayuda diurtica pera

. .... .*.. hi u i mi ir l'* ral
Jue los rlftone* ejerssn bien su funclfln
* rurUIcsr su enere debidamente r
eoeier varis la salud y lea fuerza*.
Ayeete les on* reme
Atenteiee les Md'tei
M hos mediros hsn descubierto
Sor medio de pruebes cientflrss y
In., se. sel como en el diario ejerc-
Je de eu profesin, que un diurtico
lisa y
y peJlL...
. ..v.v.iu de la ve-
iaa urinarias en estado de
scldei es Cystsx, preparado cientfico,
que es una receta mdlra. Centenares
y centenares de casos en los archivos
de estos mdicos, prueban que aef es.
Tratamiento
La primera dosis de Cystex comien-
te a hacer au efecto Inmediata-
mente, ayudando a sus rlflones a e-
rrojer el exceso da ridos. Esto puede
hacer que ueted se sienta como nuevo
otra vee Tan eeruros estn los fabrl-
cantee de Cyetax de que usted que-
dar! completamente satisfecho, que
Piden iiue haca usted la prueba.
Pida Cystex hoy mismo en eu far-
macia favorita.
Cystex s
El Torneo contina esta no-
che con el partido entre el Plan
Royal y los Novatos en el Gim-
nasio Martinz.
El "Lolito Patino"
se impuso al Regs
en basket 26 a 21
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
G. T. Pje.
Estacin .......... 1 l.MC
Lolito Patino ...... 2 1 .67
Inf. Reg is ......... 2 .0
ANTON, Julio 2' (Por Corres-
ponsal Deportivo A. Chongi-
En un interesante partido pre-
senciado por una buena con-
currencia, el Deportivo Lolito
Patino venci por el estrecho
score de 26 a 21 al Dep. Ing.
Regis.
El partido fu bastante mo-
vido por ambos bandos y el
mejor anotaor por los vence-
dores fu Papito Ayala con 12
puntos y por los perdedores
Ismael Morales con 8 puntos.
El prximo Juego ser entre
el Deportivo Lolito Patino con
Dep. Estacin.
En la p.oxima daremos deta-
lle de los mejores anotadores
de la Liga.

C mDr. ^M. C^ agradece de todo corazn al Dr. Toms" O. Guar-
dia, al Dr. Jaime de la Guardia, a sus colegas
mdicos, a la Direccin de la Clinica 8^n Fer-
nando y Seoritas Enfermeras, a su enfermera,
la seora Margarita de Dubols, a sus pacientes
y amigos todos, las atenciones de que fu objeto
durante su enfermedad.
Panam. Julio de 1051.
|| Sea&tams^O,
fc WHISKY CANADIENSE
Gcyufa en odio e*uetuo
NUEVA YORK, Julio 24 (UP)
Los Medias Blancas y los In-
dios sern objetos de la ms
Intensa presin al reanudarse
hoy en el Este del pas la lucha
por el gallardete de la Liga
Americana con tres novenas
prcticamente empatadas en el
primer lugar.
Los Indios que el 25.de Junio
estaban a ocho Juegos y medio
del primer puesto se han colo-
cado en el centro mismo de la
lucha ganando 22 de sus ltimo
27 partidos con lo que ha logra-
do empatar con los Medias Ro-
jas en el segundo lugar a dos
puntos de distancia de los Yan-
quis actuales dirigentes de la
Liga.
La tribu de Cleveland dirigi-
da por Alfonso Lpez y anima-
da por el mexicano Beto Avila
quien en los ltimos das ha
escalado el cuarto lugar al ba-
te en la Liga con un promedio
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
Vencieron Ayer
tos Dodgers a
Los Atlticos
COOPERSTOWN, New York,
Julio 24 (UP)Jonrones de Cari
Furillo y Cal Abrams en la no-
vena entrada dieron a los Dod-
gers la victoria por 9 a 4 sobre
los Atlticos en el desafio de
exhibicin anual de las Gran-
des Ligas en esta poblacin del
Saln de la Fama.
Hasta la novena entrada Joe
Coleman solo haba consentido
cinco hits y el desafio estaba
empatado a tres carreras.
Los Atlticos le anotaron
cuatro carreras a Pallca por
jonrones de Gus Zernial con
dos en bases y Pete Suder sin
corredores en base. El jonrn de
Furillo encontr a dos compa-
edos en bases.
Procedente de El Salvador se
recibi en esta capital invita-
cin para que equipos de Foot-
ball, Baseball y Basketball asis-
tieran a la celebracin de las
tradicionales fiestas Agostlnas.
El viaje al equipo de Basketball
hasta donde sabemos fu ne-
gado, y lo fu por varias ra-
zones. Como primer caso, esta-
mos en pleno campeonato y se-
ria contraproducente" conceder
permiso a jugadores para viajar
a pais vecino en pleno torneo.
Esa es la causa de fuerza ma-
yor que convenci a la Liga
Provincial de Basketball para
no ceder el permiso.
Ahora bien, entendemos que
nuestros canasteros en caso de
ir, tendran que jugar en El
Salvador con equipos de Mxi-
co y Puerto Rico, y no creemos
que debemos quedar en ridiculo
en pais extranjero, por el "an-
sia" nica de viajar.SI es que
Panam tuviera en condiciones
de poder asistir a las fiestas
aludidas, creemos que deberla
ser una Seleccin, y no un
equipo particular, por el solo
hecho de que jugarn con equi-
pos de reconocido prestigio bas-
ketbolero, como Mxico y Cu-
ba, y tenemos que hacer la ma-
nera de conservar nuestro pres-
tigio basketbolero, que es de fa-
ma mundial, algo que adquiri-
mos en loa ltimos Juegos Pan-
americanos celebrados en Bue-
nos Aires, Argentina, dnde su-
peramos a equipos de la talla
de Brasil y Mxico.
El hecho de que El Salvador
desluci con su ausencia al
Torneo Centroamericano y del
Caribe de Football, que tuvo
como escenarlo esta capital, no
debe ser recurso para que nues-
tros muchachos brillen por su
ausencia. Hay que darle una lee
clon al Director de Deportes de
aquel pais, para que l se d
cuenta que aqu sabemos perdo-
nar, pero que sepa tambin que
no olvidamos. Solo se harn re-
presentar en aquellas fiestas
Salvadoreas los equipos de
Fotball y Baseball, por no tener
ningn compromiso, pero que
conste que los "futbolistas" que
fueron los desairados en el
Torneo de Football Centrame-
rlcano, han sido los primeros
en afanarse para asistir a aque
lias fiestas, y que si no van los
basketboleros es por la causa
apuntada arriba.
de 328 iniciar su Jira por el
Este de los Estados Unidos hoy
con los Yanquis y el viernes
pasar a Boston.
Los Medias Blancas cuyo cua-
dro reorganiz ayer el piloto
Paul Richards en vista de los
ltimos reveses que ha sufrido
la novena se enfrentar a una
tarea ms ardua que la de los
Indios, iniciando la Jira hoy en,
Boston y pasando despus a
N. York donde jugarn 4 par-
tidos co nlos Yanquis. -Richards
anunci que Orestes Mioso
que estaba Jugando en la an-
tesala y jardines ser de ahora
en adelante la tercera base de
la novena y que sacar del cua-
dro por algn tiempo a Eddie
Robinson colocando en su lu-
gar a Bert Haas. Don Lenhart
sustituir a Mioso en el jar-
din izquierdo y Al Zarllla que
estaba enfermo ocupar el jar-
din derecho. Richards dijo que
no empece los ltimos reveses
sufrido nada radicalmentte ma-
lo lene la novena que no pueda
remediar durante los 19 parti-
dos que jugar fuera de Chica-
go en esta Jira.
Lpez-por su parte se mostr
sumamente entusiasta con la
actuacin de los Indios diciendo
que "apenas si hemos empezado
a imponernos."
Mientras tanto en la Liga
Nacional la nica batalla que
se libra es por el segundo pues-
to entre los Gigantes y los Car-
denales pues los Dodgers cuen-
tan con una ventaja en el pri-
mer lugar d. 8 Juegos y medio.
Social Deportiva
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y da funcionamiento eficaz economiza esfuerzos al con-
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. Celebra hoy su cumpleaos
el entusiasta deportista Ernesto
Rodrigues, miembro del Club
Deportivo y Social Pennsylvania
y gran animador del footttall y
basketball.
Por tal motivo sus compae-
ros de Club lo agasajarn con
un buffet el domingo 29 en su
residencia.
Nos complacemos en felicitar
al amigo 'Jocky" y desearle
xitos en su porvenir.
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