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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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DAILY NEWSPAPER
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PanaraAmerican
"Let the people know the truth and the country is gafe" Abraham Lincoln.
CANADIAN WHISKY
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I TWENTY-SIXTH TEAR
PANAMA, K. P., WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1951
riVE CENTS
Atomic Shells Reported Issued
JL
To UN Units At Korean Front
PRESIDENT ALCIBIADES AROSEMENA this morning accept-
ed the credentials of the new United States Ambassador to
Panama John Cooper Wiley (left) when the envoy made his
first official call on the Chief Executive.
* *
|US Ambassador Wiley
Presents Credentials
United States Ambassador to
?anam John Cooper Wiley pre-
lented his credentials to Presl-
|ent Alcibiades Arosemena late
ils morning at the Presidencia
the capital city.
, Following established proce-
|ure, Panama's Chief of Proto-
Camilo Levy Salcedo, called
ar Ambassador Wiley In an of-
icial car and escorted him to the
|fficlai residence for his call on
.ie Panam Chief Executive.
Accompanied by a motorcycle
Jscort, Wiley and Levy Salcedo
fere met on Central Avenue by a
letachment of cavalry from the
latlonal Police who rode ahead
. them to the Presidencia. An-
ther detachment of cavalry fell
. behind the official car. Leav-
\% the Presidencia, the cavalry
gain accompanied the Ambas-
jdor's car through the central
|art of the city on the return trip
a the Embassy residence.
In presenting the letter which
ccredlts him as Ambassador Ex-
faordlnary and Plenipotentiary
_ the United States of^Amerlca,
Ziley stressed that:
"The bonds of friendship...
rhlch link our two nations have
sep significance in the great
ancept of international rela-
lons, transcending even the lm-
ortance of our bilateral rela-
lons."
Tin receiving Wiley, President
Irosemena observed:
"As you have well said, Mr. Am-
assador, this example of endur-
ig friendship between our two
fioples constitutes an exemplary
lonument to the feasibility of
irraonious co-existence be-
veen freedom-loving nations."
| Both the emissary and the
resident referred to economic
elds. Wiley said:_____________
fowling Alleys
Gamboa Close
lor Lack Of Trade
,le bowling alleys at the Carn-
ea Clubhouse will be closed Aug.
Because o insufficient patron -
(e to Justify the continuance
| the operation, It was announc-
Wednesday at Balboa Heights.
The closing of the bowling al-
ys. like the recent consolidation
some Clubhouse facilities and
Iher similar measures has been
j-ected as part of the policy ol
Ifectlng operating economies in
lose locations where changes
|e indicated by business volume
I order to maintain an over-all
lonomlc operation and keep the
flees of goods and services as
as possible. ____
"I shall count upon the assis-
tance of Your Excellency's gov-
ernment In carrying out my mis-
sion, particularly In the field of
economic collaboration."
Replying that his government
would offer all assistance neces-
sary in carrying out the Ambas-
sador's mission, President Arose-
mena concluded:
"In this era when exotic doc-
trines are seeking to impede the
normal development of the dem-
ocratic philosophy In America,
Panam, which Is the bridge of
the world, needs to strengthen Its
economy and knows that it may
count upon the sincere support of
that powerful sister nation whose
representation you now assume."
Retired CZ Couple
Die In Florida In
Three-Week Span
James Burgis, former Ac-
countant In the Canal Organiza-
tion, and his wife. Viola, died
within three weeks of each other
in St. Petersburg. Florida, ac-
cording to information received
recently by friends on the Isth-
mus.
Mrs. Burgis died about June
22 and her husband was found
dead in bed about three weeks
later. He was S3 years old.
Mr. Burgis was born in Mes-
slne, Greece, and was a natural-
ized United States citizen. His
wife was a native of East Hol-
den. Maine.
They came to the Isthmus in
December 1928 when he was em-
ployed in the Mechanical Divi-
sion. They left in June 1942
when he was retired, and have
lived in St. Petersburg since that
time. ,
Mr. Burgis had served as rac-
ing secretary of various grey-
hound racing association and
kennel clubs for about four years
before coming to the Isthmus.
He was employed in various New
York offices from 1907 to 1917
and then served two years in
the United States Army. After
his discharge he was employed
In a hotel In New York City.
In the Canal organization, he
served briefly In the Mechanical.
Quartermaster and Electrical
Divisions before his transfer in
1931 to the Commissary Division
where he was a clerk from 1931
to 1939. He was named Account-
ing Clerk in April 1939.
Mr. and Mrs. Burgis had no
children.
Morrison Says
US-Spain Deal
Damages West
LONDON. July 25, (UP) For-
eign Secretary Herbert Morrison
told the House of Commons to-
day that the proposed United
States military alliance with
Spam would bring political dam-
age to the whole Western com-
munity.
The Conservative Party oppo-
sition met Morrison's attack with
cries of "Nonsense. Nonsense."
Labor Party members cheered.
Morrison said: "His Majesty's
government have Informed the
United 8tates government of
their conviction that the strate-
gic advantages which would ac-
crue from association with Spain
In Western defense would be out-
weighed by the political damage
that such an association might
inflict on the western communi-
ty of nations."
In a general survey of Britain's
foreign policy Morrison made
these points:
Peace in Korea. "There are
some people (the left wing of his
ow Labor Party) Who thinks we
Tia rel otir efforts and change
our course of policy. I do not a-
grei"
The new Russian 'Peace Cam-
paign.' "At the present time
we are told there is a new desire
for peace and understanding on
the eastern side of the fence. I
sincerely hope that may be so. If
it be so we can rejoice, and we
shall not stand In the way. But
we shall not let down our guard
or relax our vigilance till we see
proofs."
German rearmament. "It is
reasonable and indeed necessary
that Germany, which Is in free
association with other democra-
tic countries, should have means
to defend herself. But the time,
method and conditions will re-
quire a great deal of working out."
Atom Bomb
Test Set For
Relief
CZ.
The first Joint Armed Services
test of atomic explosion relief In
the Canal Zone will take place
tomorrow.
All the control elements re-
quired to cope with a major dis-
aster, such as an atomic bomb
explosion In the Panama Canal,
will be In one building at Fort
Amador where the test will be
held.
Lt. Governor Herbert D. Vogel
and Melvm Walker. Civil Defense
coordinator for the Canal, have
Grand Jury Indicts
Underworld Chiefs
On Contempt Counts
NEW YORK, July 25 (UP)
United States underworld chiefs
Frank Costello, Joe Adonis and
Frank Erickson were indicted by
a Federal Grand Jury here to-
day for contempt of the United
States Senate.
A warrant for Costello's arrest
was Issued immediately by Fed-
eral Judge John Gohey. Adonis
and Erickson are both serving
prison sentences" in New Jersey
and New York City respectively
for gambling.
Costello's attorney said he
would surrender his client In an
hour or two. Indictments grew
out of the appearance by the
three men before a Senate Crime
Investigating Committee.
Costello was charged with con-
tempt In an indictment which
would subject him if convicted on
all counts, to a nine-year prison
sentence, and $9,000 fine.
Marshal Petain
Makes Last Journey
ILE DYEU, France, July 25
(UP) Henri Philippe Petain
made his last Journey today,
borne on the shoulders of eight
still-faithful followers to a wind-
swept grave on this bleak prison
island.
de-
Zonians Comment On Senate's Bill
To 'Deprive' Employes Off Leave
The new Annual and Sick Leave Act of 1951 which
has passed the Senate and cuts sharply the leave of ci-
vilian employes of the Armed Forces drew strong pro-
tests from Isthmians today.
One young lady exclaimed: "I think it's the most un-
fair thing that ever happened to us. My husband, who
is in the Army gets 30 days leave, and If we want to
take a vacation together we won't be able to because
now I can only get 13 days!"
"It's very, very mean" a timid gent expostulated.
Another employe, a man with a good many years
service, had this to say: "Personally, it doesn't bother
me at all, because I fall in the second category. But
the thing that really disturbs me is that there should be
such a difference between the Panama Canal Company
employes and us! Why are they exempt?"
A Panama Canal Company employe offered his sym-
pathies: "I feel real sorry for those people. I wonder
why my wife went to work for the Army?"
The general consensus of opinion was the wording
of the bill should be changed to rea4: "A bill to deprive
(instead of provide) annual and sick leave for Govern-
ment Employes."
cheson Warns 9 Million Reds Armed,
To Pounce If Defense Falters
:ea
dy
By PAUL E. SVOBODA
)ETROIT, July 25 (UP)Sec-
tary of State Dean Acheson
Ud last night the Communists
fve 9,000,000 men under arms
eked by 20,000 first-line Soviet
anes and warned that "we are
J great danger, greater perhaps
|an many Americans now ap-
eciate.'
Acheson said Communist
peace moves in Korea may be a
gigantic "trap" aimed at get-
ting this country to let down
its defense effort.
He repeated and emphasized
President Truman's statement,
In his mid-year economic report
to Congress Monday, that the
than 200 divisions, fully mobil-
ized. In addition, the Soviet Un-
been invited to attend the
monstratlon as observers.
At Fort Amador, Staff Officers
of the Army. Navy and Air Force
will assemble and cooperate in
this first Disaster Control CPX
(Command Post Exercise) of the
Panama area.
The problem will begin with
the announcement of a simula-
ted bomb blast. Each staff group
will then make their decisions as
to what Immediate actions should
be taken to counteract effects of
the explosion.
Every five minutes thereafter
the staff will receive reports of
simulated disaster conditions,
Cling new problems and requir-
j action for relief. Officers par-
ticipating in the C P X must im-
mediately solve these problems as
they occur and forward written
orders to the Control Board for
posting.
After the three-hour exercise
Is completed. Senior Staff Offi-
cers of the Army. Navy, Air Force
and Carlb Command will study
the results and conduct a cri-
tique.
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Canal Sets Rental
R^les For Newly
Constructed Houses
Rental rates for the new
houses being constructed this
year as part of the Canal's long-
range building program were
announced yesterday at Balboa
Heights.
Rentals for composite type
houses, like those built last year
in San Juan Place and those
recently completed on Hains
8treet In Diablo Heights, will
range from $46.50 to $61 per
month. Houses of this type are
under construction on Guayacan
Terrace in Ancon and on First
and Sixth Streets in Margarita.
Rates for the new masonry
houses being built on Endicott
and Morrison Streets in Diablo
Heights and on Jadwln Road In
Gatun will range from $49 to
$64.
The complete rental scale for
the composite type houses fol-
lows:
Two-bedroom duplex without
maid's room $46.50; three-bed-
room duplex without maid's
room. $56.50; three-bedroom du-
plex with maid's room. $57.50;
and two-bedroom cottage $61.
The rental scale for the
masonry houses will be: two-
bedroom duplex. $54.50; two-
bedroom cottage without maid's
room, $49: two-bedroom cottage
with maid's room, $51; three-
bedroom breeze way type cottage
without maid's room, $62; and
three-bedroom breezeway type
cottage with maid's room. $64.
Gl Rights Bill
Applications Can
Get Under Wire
Today is the deadline. Ex-OI's,
veterans and serviceman who
want to take advantage of the
Q>I. Bill of Rights have one more
chance today.
Registration for history courses
that are being given by two
Louisiana State University pro-
fessors in conjunction with the
Army's Information and Educa-
tion program are still being ac-
cepted.
Contact the Fort Clayton Edu-
ion has a trained reserve of mas- cation Center or the Public In-
slve proportions. The Soviet Air formation Office at Fort Amador.
Force is'the world's largest In
National Guard divisions to the
Acheson did not go into detail
about possible Increases in the
armed forces, but he said that
even lo meet the present "mini- peacetime, with more than 20,000 mum goals" will require "a great- first-line aircraft, a large pro- JW JciTitcuicii
er effort, from us and our allies portion of which are jets of ex- f>tLLa--.t\ DI--.J
Asserting that "we have a long cellent quality. VliercU UIUUU
UnUed States may"hnve to raise way to go before we reach a safe (Best available Information In p CJ-L MJtsmnn
IU present mobilization goals level" of rearmament, the Secre- Washington was that the U. S. TOl jICK TVOmQIl
grim analysis of which call for 3,500,000 men un- tary gave the first official estl- Air Force and Navy have about
Icheson'a
Immunlst military might was
eluded in a major foreign poll-
fspeech at ceremonies marking
b 250th anniversary of the
jndlng of Detroitheart of the
[lion's expanding mobilisation
fve.
Je said the defense program
list be stepped-up to bolster the
kited States and Its allies
tfnst the threat posed by the
Communist forces,
der arms.
It appeared that the nation's
highest officials were preparing
the public for an early announce-
ment of a sharp expansion in the
defense program, whether or not
there Is a truce in Korea.
Some military leaders have
been talking of raising the Air
Force goal to 150 groups Instead
of 95, and o adding three more
mate in many months of present
Communist military power.
"Communist armed forces at
resent total some 9.000.000
men," he said. "The Soviet
Union has more than 4.000.M*
men under arms. Chinese Com-
munist forces exceed 3,500,000
men. The European satellite
regimes have nearly 1,003,00*
men.
"The Soviet Unloa has more
13.000 first-line combat planes] a patient at Gorgas Hospital,
combined. Thev expect to have j the wife of a retired Canal em-
about 16.000 when the- reach pioye. needed blood recently. A
Peace Talks
Closer To
Agreement
PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 25
(UP) The United Nations and
Communist delegations meeting
In Kaesong today came closer
than at any time previously to
agreeing on an agenda for for-
mal armistice negotiations.
They still disagree on the ques-
tion of whether the withdrawal
of foreign troops from Korea will
be one of the agenda points.
But the Communists tossed In
a new suggestion on this point
today. The United Nations dele-
gation requested a recess till to-
morrow to consider the new pro-
posal.
A briefing officer said here
that he felt the new Communist
proposal was prepared In ad-
vance of today's conference.
The chief Communist delegate,
North Korean General Nam II,
did not produce the proposal till
the afternoon session.
He apparently kept lt in his
briefcase during the morning
talks while trying to convince
the United Nations group to ac-
cept his previous views on the
subject.
Apparently the United Na-
tions team stood firm all day,
till Nam II felt moved to pro-
duce his plan, which seems to
have given the talks new life.
The spokesman said Nam Il's
statement was prepared In both
English and Chinese translations
and was "reasonable both In con-
tent and phraseology."
It deals with the question of
the withdrawal of troops from
Korea.
The United Nations senior de-
legate Vice Admiral C. Turner
Joy Immediately asked for the
Important portion of the state-
ment In writing.
It had taken Nam II 26 minutes
to read.
The Communist held a whis-
pered conference before agreeing
to supply the written portion Joy
had requested.
The spokesman said the new
Communist proposal would be
examined In Washington, at
United Nations headquarters In
New York, at General Rldgway's
headquarters In Tokyo, and at
the camp here.
He said today's Kaesong con-
ference ended In an atmosphere
of "now we are getting some-
where."
He declined to comment when
asked If the Communists had
backed down, or agreed td the
United Nations stand on the
withdrawal of foreign troops
from Korea.
PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 25 (UP) There are re-
ports that atomic shells have been issued to front line
United Nations artillery units.
Official Headquarters here are stonily silent about
the reports, which first circulated in the United States.
A brigadier general here expressed complete disbe-
lief in a report which said the new atomic weapons had
been successfully tried out in tests in south Nevada, then
shipped to the Korean front.
Another brigadier general, William P. Nuckols, said:
"There has been no official announcement that I know of
concerning atomic artillery ammunition. If there were such
ammunition I doubt if a preliminary announcement would
be made."
One phase of the persistent ru-
mor asserted that the surprise
visit to Korea last month of
General George Marshall was In
connection with the first supply
of the new ammunition.
This was directly challenged by
Skirmishes With
Reds Take Place
Outside Kaesong
8TH ARMY HQ.. July 25 (UP)
United Nations troops skirm-
ished with Communist troops
outside the ceasefire conference
city of Kaesong today, and rein-
forced the United Nations lines
against any surprise Red of-
fensive.
United Nations patrols north
of the Imjim River on the west-
ern front reported increasingly
numerous clashes with Com-
munist patrols just outside the
five mile limit around demil-
itarized Kaesong.
Allied tanks, troop carrying
vehicles and supply trucks were
rumbling north along the Seoul-
Kaesong highway to strengthen
the United Nations lines.
United Nations sources have
speculated from the start of the
ceasefire talks that the Com-
munist ceasefire peace bid might
be Just a cover for preparations
for a new Red offensive by up-
wards of 650,000 troops.
RP Rice Problem
Near Solution
The problem of the rice shor-
tage in Panama will be solved
this week, according to infor-
mation received this morning
from Eduardo Vallarlno, Man-
ager of the Cattle Farm Bank.
This assurance was based on
the arrival next Sunday of 1,000
quintals of rice from Costa
Rica, followed by 13,000 quintals
from Nicaragua on Monday or
Tuesday and finally at the end
of the week, a shipment from
Ecuador of almost 10,000 quin-
tals.
a major who accompanied Mar-
shall to the Korean front.
The major said: "General Mar-
shall was In conference at the
front for less than three hours.
"In anything so Important as
the supply of atomic weapons the
front line commander certainly
would have been briefed for
longer than that."
A report on the atomic shells,
as published In the United
States, said they were 155 mm.
caliber.
The general reaction among
staff officers here Is first that
the subject is too hot for com-
ment, and second a general air
of disbelief.
On the other hand front Une
soldiers believe the story Impli-
citly, and occasionally supply
what are alleged to be supporting
details.
These soldiers believe too that
the Reds are well aware of the
new weapon assertedly In reserve
on this side Of the Hne.
They consider this was a factor
in the Reds starting to talk peace.
Mrs. M. Hallen
Dies Suddenly
In California
Mrs. M. Hallen, widow of f
late Ernest Hallen who was tor
many years the official photo-
grapher for the Panama Canal,
died suddenly yesterday at her
home In Monterrey Park, Cali-
fornia.
Mrs. Hallen Is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. C. U. Plttman of
Westfleld, New Jersey, and Mrs.
V. J. Matthews of Panama City.
Mrs. Mathhews is flying to
California tonight.
Another Squadron
Reported Headed
For Coco Solo
CRISTOBAL, July 25 Ru-
mors persisted in Atlantic Side
circles today that another
squadron of Naval planes will
soon be assigned to the U.S.
Naval Air Station at Coco Solo.
No official confirmation or
denial was forthcoming as to
whether a new squadron is ex-
pected.
their current mobilizati... oa's.i
Faced with such an array of
Communist armed force, Aches-
on said. "It would be as danger-
ous to relax our effort as lt Is to
fall asleep In a blizzard."
"Whether or not there is peace
in Korea, whC'her our adversa-
(Contlnued on Page 6. Col. 2)
friend of hers mentioned the
fact to another friend. Warrant
Officer George W. McCoy of Co-
roza 1.
He spread the word around Co-
rozal and In a matter of hours,
about 60 'ervlcemen had offer-
ed blcod to the Gorgas Hospital
Blood Bank
THE CHIEF OF THE VENEZUELAN DELEGATION addressing Panama off leala and other
dii nil TrieTin Colon vesterdav during the ceremony of the presentation of the new bronz*
statue ol th. e s'outn American Liberator, Simon Bolivar, on his birthday anniversary.


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
Shipping & Airline News
World's Fastest Airliner In BOAC Service
Dh HAV1I.1.AND COMETS, sleek and swift, arc the worlds first Jet airliners to settle Into
timetable service. Three in British Overseas Airways Corporation livery here demnstrale
their 500 m p.h. paces 35.000 ft. above Britain. This is their normal operating Iwteht BOAC
has already introduced these vibratlonless speedsters roll off the British production line they wi 1 replace US-built propjUir driven *" $g
other selected BOAC routes. In its latest shakedown run a Comet flew the 6 218 mUe BOAC
route from London to Johannesburg South Af rica, in 17 hours 31 mins. Includlnn two stops.
This lipped nine hours fron\
David Samudio to Leave
for Ecuador
Panama's Minister of Com-
merce and Agriculture. David
Samudio leaves lonlRht via Bra-
nlff Airways for Quayaqull.
Ecuador on a short trip for the
government. Samudio is also a
Deputy of the National Assembly.
Visitors from the States
Horace Bolding. Purchasing A-
Hent for Branitf Airways arriv-
ihc Constellation schedule for the same route.
Among the passengers schedul-
ed to sail on the Ancon are Dr.
Irving Fien, who has resigned as
Canal medical officer; Dr. 8am-
ual S. Irvln, who retired In Jan-
uary after about 29 years at the
Balboa Quarantine Station; Dr.
Leon A. Stetson, who has re-
signed as medical officer at Co-
lon Clinic; and Major Wayne L.
Bart, in charge of the Junior R.
O.T.C. of Balboa and Cristobal
High Schools.
The complete list follows:
John R. Barr; Major and Mrs.
Wayne L. Bart and two children;
Mr. and Mrs. Arch D. Bishop
and daughter; Mrs. Aurora Blan-
do; Miss Lore&n C. Bonl; Melvin
F. Breuer; Mr. and Mrs. Gray-
don W. Brown; Mrs. Shirley R.
Bryan and 3 children; Miss Ma-
rie Bulger; and Mrs. Viola Car-
penter.
Miss Kathleen Dean; Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph L. H. Demers; Miss
(Continued on Page Seven)
FRED OLSEN LINE
MS 'Abraham Lincoln'
Sailing op or about
July 26th
for
Antwerp & Norway
For Passage Apply
C. FERNIE & Co.
ed yesterday from Dallas for a
Short vacation. He is here with
his wife and son.
Margaret Lorain of the Reser-
vation Department of Braniff
Alrwavs in Dallas. Texas, will
spend a week in Panama working
in the local office on reservations.
She has lust completed a similar
tour In Rio tie Janeiro.
SS Ancon Passenger List
The S S. Ancon will leave Cris-
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
j i d Arrives
New Orleans Service______________________Cristobal
S.S. Hibueras ...................................J'y M
S.S. Levers Bend...............................Aug. 3
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................*" 5
S.S. i 1111 ki in ...................................Aug. 1
(lUndlliif Rrfrlftr.ted Chilled and Central Can*)
Arrive
New York Freight Service________________Cristbal
S.S. Maya ......................................Jal. M
S.S. Cape Avlnof ...............................Aug. 5
S.S. (ape Ann ..................................Aug. 12
S.S. (ape Cod ..................................Aug. IS
Arrklj Sailings lu New link, i' Ameles. San Francisco. Heaillt
Occasional Sailing! to New Orleans and Mobile
t reqaeal freight Sailings from Cristobal to West Coast Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via g^
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala Cristbal
S.S. Chlriqul ....................................Aug. "
S.S. Chirlqui ........ (Passenger Service Only) Aug 21
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-280* COLON 20
tobal Friday with a load of 123
passengers, according to the ad-
vance passenger list from the
Panama Line offices at Balboa
Heights.
Cristbal
3-1772
Balboa
2-1371
MAERSK LINE
accepting passengers for
NEW YORK
by
M.S. "ELLEN MAERSK"
SAILING JULY 28TH.
(Ev?ry room with private bathroom)
C. B. FENTON &*Co., Inc.
Tel. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065.
BARBER-LINE
ACCEPTING PASSENGERS FOR:
LOS ANGELES
and
SAN FRANCISCO
by
M.S. "TUDOR"
SAILING JULY 28th
(Every room with private bathroom)
C. B. FENTON & Co., Inc.
Tel. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065.
BARBER-WILHELMSEN LINE
ACCEPTING PASSENGERS FOR:
NEW YORK
by
M.S. "TUNGUS"
SAILING JULY 26th
(Every room with private bathroom)
C. B. FENTON & Co., Inc.
Tel. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
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GOP Starlsfaneuvers To Deny
GovU SalarXTo Dean Acheson
ByREXCHANEY
WASHINGTON, JulyM (UP) The Hoi .
n Policy Committee threw its full weight ye^ ^
I icon Policy Committee threw its full weight y
hind a drive to cut off Secretary of State Dearf
salary, but Democratic leaders predicted
defeated.
A showdown on the "Get Acheson" move
today when the House begins voting on the $1,051
Appropriation Bill for the State, Commerce and
Departments.
The GOP plan, sparked by Rep. John Phillips,
is to tack a "rider" to the bill forbidding use of any
funds to pay a Government salary to Acheson.
House Republican leader Joseph W. Martin,
said the GOP policy committee agreed at a clo!
meeting to give formal party backing to Phillips mo
n's
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He said it wUl be discussed at a
full-dress conference of all House
Republican members today.
Democratic Whip J. rcy
Priest, Tenr.., whose Job "to
count noses before Important
votes, told reporters he is cer
tain the OOP move will fail.
Priest predicted thftt many Re-
publicans and most Democrats
will vote against the rider.
It was reported reliably that
Speaker Sam Rayburn and Dem-
ocratic Floor Leader John w.Mc
Cormack share Priest's confi-
dence.
Chairman John J. *gS*&.
NY of the subcommittee han-
dling State Department appro-
priations, also Vg***JI& r!
antl-Acheson rider will be re
jected. He said there are two rea-
Sif Acheson's stock has risen in
Congress since the Korean truce
negotiations began. th
2i Many lawmakers believe tne
rider woufd violate the Constitu-
tional ban on Billa *"1?!?
punitive legislation aimed at spe-
cific Individuals. ,_,. ?
Phillips originally planned to
try to get around the Constltu-
tonal ban by wording his rider
so as to withhold a Federal sal-
ary from any high diplomat who
had within the past five years
been a member of a law firm
with foreign clients.
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Martin told reporters that no
definite decision had been reach-
ed on whether Phillips' rider
would be revised to aim it solely
at Acheson.
That may be a main subject
taken up at the GOP conference
today.
Warming up for the showdown.
Republicans continued a sharp [
attack on State Department pol- ;
leles, particularly in the foreign
information field.
Rep. John Taber, R., N. Y., crit-
icized the department for spend- !
ing $4,550 to send Norman Cous-
ins, editor of the Saturday Re-
view of Literature, to the Near
East and India on a lecture tour.
"America has reached a new
low state Indeed when it has to
choose an obscure editor such as
Norman Cousins to represent it
in any part of the world," Taber
said.
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WASHINGTON, July 25 (UP).The "Voice Of America" ac-
cused Czechoslovakia yesterday of "railroading" newspaperman
William N. Oatis to prison and said the free world will not rest
until he Is freed.
The State Department's radio voice opened a new campaign
against the Czech Communist regime, which on July 4 sentenced
the Associated Press reporter to 10 years imprisonment on
trumped-up spy charges.
"No act of Communist injustice directed against an indivi-
dual has aroused the American people to greater indignation
than the rail-roading to a Czechoslovak prison of the American
newspaper correspondent," the Voice said.
"No one who loves truth, justice and freedom will rest easy
until this victim of Communist oppression is set free."
The "Voice" attacked the Com-'
munist courts in Czechoslovakia
during the trial but eased off for
a while in an apparent hope it
might facilitate Oatis' release.
The State Department said yes-
terday, however, that the Czech
fovernment had turned down the
atest U. 8. demand for Oatis'
freedom.
Oatis, an Associated Press re-
porter in Prague, the Czech capi-
tal, was arrested on charges of
spying against the Czech govern-
ment. He admitted the charges
at his trial, but the Czech accu-
sations largely covered activities
normal to any newspaper corre-
spondent In a foreign country.
"But no other case has more
aptly symbolized the Commu-
nists' hatred for truth, their con-
tempt for the fundamental free-
doms, than this persecution of a
man whose only 'crime' was that
of actual reporting.
"If the Communist Jailers of
Mr. Oatis had any notion that by
placing him in prison and keep-
ing him cut off from friends and
countrymen, they would, in time,
erase his memory from the
minds of free men outside the
Iron Curtain, ihey are due (or a
disappointment. Every day that
Mr. Oatis remains in prison, he
will serve as a reminder of Com-
munist tyranny."
Czech newspaper editors cannot
express this because "their minds
(arei shackled by their totalita-
rian masters."
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case.
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course, produced many other vic-
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Red Sox Whip Chisox To Stay Tied WitfYankees
Indians Lose 3-2 To Drop
One Game Behind In Race
By United Press
NEW YORK, July 25 The Red Sox deflated the
White Sox 8 3 at Boston last night to deal Paul Richards'
one time "miracle men" their fifth consecutive defeat and
knock them three-ond-one-half games off the victorious
Yankees' American League leading pace.
The Yankees held first place by beating the Indians
3-2 at the Yankee Stadium. They now lead with .614 to the
Red Sox' .611.
Biddy League
Basketball
CRIBTOBAL
Results:
BEARCATS
BEARS
2i
17
TIGERS 14
LIONS 15
In the only other American
League game the Detroit Tigers
beat the Washington Senators.
3-1. In a Griffiths Stadium night
tame The St. Louis Browns and
Philadelphia Athletics were not
scheduled.
Red Sox rookie Leo Kiely hurl-
ed a lour-hltter and was depriv-
ed of a shutout when Don Len-
hardt blasted a three-run homer
In the eighth Inning. Ted Wil-
liams clouted his 19th homer of
the season for the winners.
The Cleveland Indians took a
2-0 lead in the fourth inning
when singles by Bobby Avila and
Luke Easter plus a walk filled the
bases. Then Raschl threw low to
the plate after fielding Ray (
Boone's grounder and when Avila
crashed into catcher Yogi Berra
and knocked the ball out of his
hands both he and Easter scored.!
However, the Yankees came.
through with their traditional
weapon -trie homer- to give Vic
Raschl his seasons 14th victory
and the verdict over the Indians
Early Wynn.
Gene Woodling hit a two-
run homer In the sixth to pro-
duce a 2-2 tie and big Johnny
Mite dissolved the deadlock
when he walloped one into the
rightfirld stands In the eighth.
Marlin Stuart, who beat the i
Red Sox in his first start of the
year last Friday, pitched a six-
hitter for the Tigers over the
Senators for his second triumph
although the Senators rallied
with two out in the ninth to score
topped the Pirates. 4-3. at Pitts-
burgh, also In ten frames. The
Boston Braves downed the Reds,
6-1, at Cincinnati and the St.
Louis Cardinal whloped the
Phillies, 9-5, in Philadelphia. All
except the Dodger-Cubs game
were night contests.
Gil Hodges' 29th home run of
the campaign tied the score in
the eighth inning and Roy Cam-
panella hit No. 16 with two on
base In the tenth as the Dodgers
beat the Cubs. Clyde King, who
pitched the ninth and tenth in-
nings, picked up Tils ninth victory
despite a tenth Inning homer by
Hank Sauer.
Alvin Dark's double and Wil-
lie Mays' slnjtle enabled the
Giants' Sal Maglie to become
the first 14-game winner in the
National League this year. Me
.retired 10 of the last 21 batters
he faced.
The OlanUi were scoreless
against Paul LaPalme until Bob-
by Thomson hit a two-run homer
In the seventh and they tied the
score in the eighth.
Lefty Warren Hpahn won his
eleventh game when the Braves
hopped on Herman Wehmeier for
four runs in the seventh inning.
Fight Dope
Bv UNITED PRESS
BOSTON. July 26 The slug-
lng sailor from San DiegoIrish
i dob Murphyhas proved he is in
one run and have the potential ,snapt. for an August 22 title bout
Winning runs on base.
Charlie Keller produced botn
Tiger runs with a fourth inning
single and an outfield fly in the
sixth. Ex-Yankee Bob Porterflcld
was the losing Pitcher
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Brooklyn Dodgers came
from behind with two homers to
best the Cubs, 6-3, In ten inning
at Chicago. Th New York Olants
Minor League Prcxy
Expects 2nd Appeal
From Dixie Walker
COLUMBUS, O., July 25 (UP'
President George Trautman of
the minor leagues anticipated
Eesterday a second appeal from
Hxie Walker. Atlanta Cracker
manager banished for the season
by the president of the Southern
Association.
Trautman said he would re-
view Association President Char-
lie Hurth's refusal to lift or com-
mute the 90-day suspension
handed Walker for his actions in
a game forfeited In Mobile last
month. Should Trautman fall to
help him, Walker still could ap-
peal to baseball's Executive Com-
mittee.
On Walker'* first appeal,
Trautman asked Hurth to recon-
lider his decision but in a ruling
Monday night Hurth let the 90-
iay suspension stand. It would
keep Walker out of action
through spring training and the
first 18 playing dates of 1952.
with Light Heavyweight Cham-
pion Joey Maxim.
Murphy left no doubt about it
Monday night when he kayoed
Joe Rlndone in ihe fifth round at
Boston. Rindone had beaten Mur-
phy on a foul claim last April 16.
Murphy squared accounts In the
fifth round. He caught Rlndone
with a left hooK-rlght cross com-
bination at two minutes and two
seconds and the bout was over.
Next stop New York and a shot
at Maxim's title.
BOSTON, Julv 25 Former
Middleweight Champion Rocky
Graziano makes his next appear-
ance In Boston on August 6 Gra-
ziano will meet Chuck Hunter of
Cleveland in a 10-rounder at
Braves Field.
Faces In
Ihe Majors
League Standings
REARS
BEARCATS
TIGERS
WOLVES
LIONS
Won
8
6
4
0
3
Lost
0
3
4
8
5
The Lions had the Bears In
a cold sweat as they almost
handed the Bear their first
defeat. These Lions fought Just
like Lions as they lead the
Bears from the opening whistle
onlv to lose in the last two
minutes of play.
All the teams in the league
are out to be the first to de-
feat the Bears and It looks
like thev will get the lob done
as all the teams are lmorov-
lng as the pressure la building
up. Thev all meet once more
as the last round gets under
wav and the Battle continues.
Little Ronald Chin sparked the
Lions with his all-around play,
hustle and fight. He also scored
over half of his team's points
as he dumped In 9 markers.
Garcia, although not scoring
for the Lions, played the Boards
like a veteran as he got re-
bound after rebound. Katz
played his best game for the
Bears and Longo lead the scor-
ing.
Geo.
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The Bearcats and the Tigers
battled for second place with
the Bearcats beating the Tigers
23-14 in a well played ball
game. The score could have
been higher but both teams
had the Utters and missed good
scoring chances. The Bearcats
have the most improved team
In the league and their pas-
sing and Ball Handling la
sharp. This will be the team
to watch in the third round.
BEARCATS fg ft pf points
Hawthorne 3 0 0 6
Pabon 2 0 1 J
Thomkins 111 3
Cox 2 2 0 4
Burgess 3 12 7
Leves, F. 0 0 0 0
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Latest fFix' Scandal Implicates
Eight Bradley Basketball Stars
By TOM NELSON
United Preea Sports Writer
PEORA, 111., July 26 Eight
members of Bradley University's
brilliant 1961 basketball team, In-
cluding four players who admit-
ted taking bribes, were implicat-
ed yesterday In the latest 'fix"
scandal and officials announced
"some other teams are Involved."
"Bradley Isn't the only one."
said State's Attorney Michael
Shore. He said he understood
that New York District Attorney
Frank Hogan will report within a
day or two "about another uni-
versity, or more."
Four gamblers now have been
identified In the alleged Bradley
"fix," said Shore, Instead of two
as previously reported.
Me spoke as Gene Melchlorre,
tiny 23-year-old Ail-American
guard, Bill Mann. 24, Aaron
Preece, 24, and Charles drover,
22, admitted taking a total of
$3.500 from gamblers to control
the point spread on game play-
ed against Oregon State and
Washington "Mate last Decem-
ber. Bradley Won both games,
but by leea points than they
had been favored.
Four other Bradley players, not
yet Identified, were implicated by
Hogan. The four named were
graduated from Bradley this year
and also were presumed to be
former players.
Investigators meanwhile said
American League
TEAMfi-
New York.
Boston .
Cleveland.
Chicago. .
Detroit .
Washington
Philadelphia 36
St. Louis . 27
Won Lost Tct.
64 34 .614
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TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Boston.
Cleveland at New York.
Detroit at Washington.
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N).
(Night Game)
Chicago............ 3
Boston.............. 8
(Night Game)
Detroit.............. 2
Washington.......... 1
Cleveland 000 200 0002 8 1
New York 000 002 Olx3 7 1
Wvnn < 10-10> andHegan; Ras-
chl '14-6' and Berra.
National League
TEAMS
Brooklyn .
New York.
St. Louis .
Cincinnati
Phlladtlphli
Boston .
Chicago. .
Pittsburgh
Won
67
80
M
43
i 44
42
31
36
Lost Pet.
32 .640
41
42
45
M
45
46
54
OB.
.643 Ml
.517 11
.489 13'i
.489 12'%
.483 14
.439 ll'i
.393 22
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N).
Brooklyn at Chicago.
Only Games Scheduled.
(Night Game)
St. Louis............ B
Philadelphia.......... 5
(Night Game, Ten Innings)
New York............ 4
Pittsburgh.......... 3
(Night Game)
Boston...........
Cincinnati........
(Ten Innings)
Brooklyn 000 100 010 46 IS i
Chicago 002 000 000 13 8
Branca, Schmltz, King (10-4
and Campanella; Mlnner (4-101
Kelly and Burgess, Owen,
Only Games Scheduled.
Hq. Blry. 504th Win
U.S.Ar.Carib 19S1
Basketball Tourney
Final play of the U8ARCA-
RIB 1951 Basketball Tourna-
ment, in the Fort Clayton Gym-
nasium last Saturday night, I
saw the Hq Btry 504th Fa Fn.i
win In a closely matched game'
With Hq Si Hq Co. Spec. Trps.
The game began a little on
the slow side, then as the men
warmed up It turned into a hot
and fast contest between the
most skillful basketball men of
the Panama area.
In the last 31 seconds of play,
the 504th made two quick bas-
ket*, then lroze the ball to ride
out a winning score of 5854.
This is the second trophy for
the 504th, as they were also last
year's champions. Th/ winning
team, and team members were
given their trophies immediate- nee he won it by knocking out
ly following the championship f^dle M"u 4ofT *njlnd In the
Joey Maxim Signs
To Defend Title
Against Murphy
NEW YORK, July 25 (UP>.
Joe Maxim of Cleveland has
signed to defend his world light
heavyweight champ onshlp
against Irish Bob Murphy of
San Diego. Calif., in a 15-round
bout at Madison Square Oar-
den. Aug. 22, the International
Boxing Club announced.
It will be Maxim's first de-
fense of the 175-pound crown
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game. Saturday night.
Other games of the tourna-
ment were:
Thursday night, Hq Hq Btry
504th, dropped 'D' Btry 903d by
5846. In the second game of
the evening, fast driving H At *
Co. from the 45th handed the
20th MP's a 5536 defeat.
Friday evening's first game
found Hq At Hq Spc. Trps whip-
ping Reg Hqs 33d by the narrow
margin of one point; 4544.
The last game for Friday night
was won by Hq 6t Hq Btry over
Hq At Ser Co 45th Recon; 5448.
10th round
1949.
at London. Jan. 24,
that two members of the current
Bradley team were being ques-
tioned and that two more would
be brought in an attempt to de-
termine if more players are In-
volved and to obtain additional
evidence.
It was understood that the first
player questioned was cleared but
Was able to provide information I
Dan Daniel
Jer
least i
about a meeting between a gam-
bier and another player which he I tlU
witnessed.
The questioning was being di-
rected by Vincent A. G. O'Connor,
assistant district attorney In the
Rackets Division of New York.
The revelation rocked this
red-hot basketball town and
the school which last season
staged Its own "back to the
campal" tournament after the
scandals in the East.
Walcott having knocked out Eisard Charles in
,the seventh ratina with a smashing left hook at
55 secef, Pittsburgh, the boxing industry felt both abashed
Forbes fd in lu possession of tbe oldest world champion
and bjv 0f the heavyweight division.
ln thJnslst he is 37. But It is quite certain that ha is at
id perhaps three, yean older,
es did Old Man River from camden. N. J.twice
, Louis and thrice against Charlesstrike for the
al*(ow that he has gained it, the ring business wonders
oes from there,
whflficott belongs tremendous credit for a noteworthy per-
evement. At an age of fistic retirement, three and a
after he had attained the crest of his career ln hi
hajlon defeat in 16 round* by Joe Louis, Jersey Joe mad
'fltar-old Charle look like a rank masquerader.
e history of the heavyweight class. Walcott's triumph
challenge Louis' knockout of Jim Braddock, Jack Demp-
ctric victory over Jess Wlllard. Jim Jeffries success
Bob Fltzslmmons, or Ruby Robert's solar plexus drama
, Gentleman Jim. ,
>f fact, with an aged world champion who not so long ago
hipped by Re* Layne, last week outclassed and stopped in
Shore identified the gamblersJunds by Rocky Marciano, the heavyweight division finds
involved as Nick "The Greeks driven back to where it was when, after nig 11-round
Englesl, Tony Englesi, Eli Klukof*out of Walcott on June 25, 1948, Louis announced his re-
ski and Jack West, all of NewTent. _, ,_ .
York. Both Nick and Tony ErjThat Charles was a real champion had been doubted. Now
glesi were arrested in New forf evidence against th Cincinnati heavyweight is conclusive
Klukof ski, also known as f "I don't know what happened." Ezaard said as he sat ln
Kay and Ell Oeorge, was lndlcf corner shorn of a title he had held so briefly. Boxing cer-
ln the earlier New York fixes inly was fully aware of what had hit it, and was eager to forget
is free on bond awaiting trlafc heavies and await the Turpln-Roblnson return fight.
Shore said he did not bef BRITISH HAVE BIG I.At'GH ON '
these men were the ringles! In their earch for adjectives with which to embel sh the
and that there Is "somebodyjummary defeat of a 9-to-2 favorite, the ring cognoscenti called
cer behind them" He sahe Walcott triumph the greatest upset ln the annals of heavy-
would seek Grand Jury weight fighting. Certainly it was a great surprise, an even more
here in th |S"plot, [pronounced one, to my mind, than the Turpin victory over Robln-
The identified plaverJ Son. After all. Bugar Ray did last the 15-round limit, and never
free on their own recftrf "It thynV"lv.ble that Corbetf. knockout of John L. Sullivan.
and Willard' stoppage of Jack Johnson, were bigger upsets. The
Wlllard victory always has been eyed with suspicion. There was
nothing phony about that left hook with which Jersey Joe ripped
Charles' lip from one side of his mouth to the other.
With the aged Walcott hailed here as king of the heavy-
weights, the British Boxing Board of Control has the big laugh
on u.
When Louis stopped Lee Savold recently, the board an-
nounced that Joe had recovered the world heavyweight title.
It argued that since it had recognized Savold as the cham-
pion following his knockout of Britain's won Bruce Woodwock,
It had to award the title to Lee' conqueror.
In any event, the British refused to get mixed up ln th
Charles business. ....... ..
Let Charles fight Louis and we will call the winner th
undisputed champion," the board notified American boxing.
The British ruling produced a lot of official guffaws over
here. But ln the aftermath of the Walcott Victory. American
boxing is too confused to continue examination of heavyweight
championship g*nealogy. ______ii.
WALCOTT AND LOUIS A THIRD TIME, NOW ON TAPIS.
After his sorry showing of last week, Charles had better go
Into seclusion for a while. He had whipped Walcott twice. In
Detroit he had put Jersey Joe down. Eaiard .should hav gone
after hi aged rival with the confidence born of those victories,
with the dash of 30 against a possible 40.
But Charle let Old Man River carry the fight to him. As
early as the third round, Walcott hd his man tottering with two
terrific rights to the head. -
At the close of the fifth, Walcott again had Charles' knees
buckling from one of his sneak rights. In the sixth, Ezzard
aroused himself a bit with left hooks. But ln the seventh, de-
bflCi6
The International Boxing Club doubtless will match Walcott
-with Louis for a third time. Another Walcott-Charles fight B
not ln demand. .. t. *>
Walcott insists that he never had any doubt that eventual?
he would become champion and gain a reversal from the fate
which on Dec. 5, 1947, In the Garden here, had denied him the
title after he had outfought Louis. Referee Ruby Goldstein that
night called Walcott the new champion, but the two judge
saved the Bomber.
following all night questiof
Peoria, New York and Chi*
flclals. No formal charT
been placed. t m,
Bradley players were'to
Hogan said, ln his lndjv.
bribery cases involving u
ers from L.I.U.. C.CNViier
and Manhattan Collf
this year. }jhe
Bradley was rtedfar
nation's top teams] ,,
and lost only four, DT
overtime by five R |
three points, by foil f mli
by nine points. *'f the
L'nited Press ratp|ace(|
lt5-61 season, B
sixth. j game."
"They didn't tfcn said.
Coach Forddy Aere was-
"They couldn't 6 were do-
n't any indicatii
lng anything." L "shav-
The players lng" the polntn state in
State and WA, Bradley
games playedfidwest offl-
campus. Straie cage brib-
cials had blfbig city sites
ery scandalsjpiy Madison
of contest^ Bradley in-
Square Garfopus" tourna-
augurated Jhe big city in-
ment to c
fluence. is the margin
The poiih the bookmak-
of polnts/n over the other,
ers rate ji*, favored to beat
Thus ifJSnU. but wins by
Team B who bet on Team
only fiyiger
A lose
The 28-year-old Maxim made
an unsuccessful bid for tri
world heavyweight title who
he was outpointed by Champio;
taard Charles In Detroit, m
30.
In order to assure himself
the crack at Maxim's title
phy beat Joe Rlndone of
ton. in a return bout at
Monday night. Murphy
Rlndone on a questionable,
ln their first meeting at
ton, last May 13.
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Incredible Walcott Wins Title On Borrowed Time To Glorify Middle-Aged
Oldest Champ
Traveled The
Rockiest Road
EDITORS: This is tbc first of
three dlspatihrs on the remark-
able human Interest story that Is
Jersey loe Walcott. The second
and third will appear on tomor-
row's sports pate.NEA.
oOo
By HARRY OR A YSON
NEA Bportt Editor
NEW YORK, July 28 (NEA)
Arnold Cream has done more for
the middle-aged than bio Plnu,
South Pacific and Satchel Paige.
At an admitted 87, and after
21 yeara. Creamring name Jer-
sey Joe Walcott
Is their heavy-
weight cham-
?lon and that of
he entire world.
Some aay he Is
41. There la no
birth certificate.
There may
have been more
exciting fight
stories than the
on* culminated
by Old Man
Walcott drop-
aaari ciarte i year.oW xnua
Charles flat on his face in Pitts-
burgh, but none with more hu-
man interest.
Walcott, the oldest champion in
history, lias been on borrowed
time since coming back in Janu-
Albrook Still Ahead
In Pacific Hoop Loop
LEAGUE STANDINGS
Won Lost Pet.
Albrook........ 9- 2 gig
Royal Crown...... 8 3 B
Lincoln Life...... 4 7 .383
Mauricio ......... 1 10 .090
The Royal crown Sodamen re-
tained their chance to create a
tie for first half honors in the
Pacific Basketball League as they
defeated the Lincoln Life Insur-
ance team Sunday night by the
score of 82 to 52. while Albrook
was winning over Mauricio 75 to
88. Royal Crown and Albrook will
meet in the feature game of a
double-header on Thursday night
and a win for the Sodamen will
tie them with Albrook and force
a play-off to decide the winner
of the first-half.
Although Albrook was expected
to encounter very little trouble
with the Mauricio team. Hilzln-
ger and his boys had other ideas
and for two quarters they played
the Flyers to a standstill as they
kept pace and trailed only by 4
points as the first half ended but
when Mauricio pulled MInot from
their Une-up, they lost the bene-
fit of his height and Albrook had
little trouble controlling the re-
bounds and paced by Sclafanl's 3
field goals and 2 free throws. Al-
brook piled up a 13 point lead
which Mauricio was unable to
make up In the,flnal period.
Wally Olhoeft starred for the
losing Mauricio squad as he rack-
ed up 19 points for the evening,
ten of them coming in the first
quarter to keep Mauricio in the
game, while Red Lult accounted
for 17 points although arriving
too late to plav the first quarter.
For the Flyers Sclafanl and
"Frenchy" Coycault were high
with 14 and 17 points respective-
ly.
With Bob Olbson setting the
pace, the Lincoln Life team start-
ed out as though they would
swqmp the highly touted Royal
Crown quintet and shot off to a
10 point lead early m the first
quarter as Gibson accounted for
11 points and held an 11 point
lead at the end of the first quar-
ter, which they extended to a
margin of 13 points by the end of
the first half.
But" the Sodamen began fight-
ing back in the third period and
scored 18 points while holding
the Insurance team to a mere 8
points and by the start of the
final quarter were trailing by on-
ly three points, which they soon
made up as Carlos Cells dropped
in two quick field goals to enable
Royal Crown to pull up even with
the Lincoln Life team.
From that poinx on they grad-
lallv built, up a lead which had
reached ten points by the final
whistle. Cells' 17 points were high
for the Royal Crown team with
Williams and Santos accounting
for 12 each, while for the losers
it was Bob Olbson again with 22
points and Jim Brady with 9.
The box acores:
FIRST GAME
Albrook FG FT Tp
Lee............ 2 3 7
Chatham.......... 3 1 7
Chambers........ 8 1 11
Coycault.......... 1 17
Sclafanl.......... 8 2 14
Ingram..........".. 8 2 14
Ingram............ 4 1 9
Muto............ 2 0 4
Ulshaffer.......... 1 0 2
Fraser............ 10 2
Bonta............ 10 2
DeWltt............ 0 0 0
33 9 75
Mauricio FG FT TP
Hilzlnger.......... 4 4 12
Olhoeft.......... 9 1 19
Minot............ 8 3 15
Cotton............ 0 0 0
Luft............ 8 7 17
Mills............ 0 2 2
Pregho............ 0 0 0
Oarceron.......... 1 1 3
25 18 88
Score by Quarters
Albrook...... 21 41 63 75
Mauricio...... 18 38 50 68
SECOND GAME
Lincoln Life FG FT TP
Downing.......... 1 3 5
Kourany. 0......... 0 0 0
Gibson.......... 9 4 22
Brady............ 3 3 9
Trout..........a. 2 0 4
McArthur, E....... 2 0 4
McArthur, G....... 3 2 8
Kourany, E......... 0 0 0
20 12 52
Royal Crown FG FT TP
Brindell.......... 2 2 6
Sonell.......... 0 0 0
Slbauste.......... 0 1 1
Williams.......... & 2 12
Hlghtower........ 2 15
Cells............ 6 5 17
Santos.......... 6 0 12
Castorina........ 4 1 9
25 12 62
Score by Quarters
Royal Crown .. 9 21 39 62
Lincoln Life .. 21 34 42 32
Referees: Chance and Rennick
Timer: Jack Owen Baldwin
Scorer: LeBrun.

GOOD PROVIDERJeraey Joe Wslcott once was on relief, but his brood of six need worry no longer. Pop is the heavyWeiiht cham-
pion at an admitted 17. Members of the Camden family are, left to right, Doris, 14; Ruth, Carol, f, talking tohitfather on the teteZ
phone; Elva, 18; Vince, 11; Mrs. Walcott and Arnold, 17. (NEA) ^
ary of 1046 after having retired
for the sixth tima and Ming on
the sideline for three and a naif
years.
The story of Walcott Is the old
heartbreak of boxing. There's
never been a Cinderella story like
It. Jersey Joe hit rock bottom so
hard and long he almost dropped
clear through. The blackest mo-
ment he remembers, came one
day In 1936.
(NEA)
"I broke my arm, couldn't work
because of it," he recalls. "There
was no relief money. I couldn't
have gone any farther down, even
If I pulled the stopper."
Walcott wasn't Just talking
and he was singing and jumping.
} I The minutas before a fight are
, for prayer and for planning the
fight, and here was a guy Jigging
around with Jive."
Walcott doesn't smoke, and his
favorite and strongest drink are
the milk shakes he and his
brother-in-law and pal, Joe
Homes, get at a certain spot on
New Jersey's Blacl: Horse Pike.
His wildest "play boy" habits are
|! movies, blues records and a card
game peculiar to Camden, known
'. as "sixty-one" or "outhouse rum-
my."
Walcott began his ring career
at 16 as a middleweight. Jack
Blackburn, the one-time great
lightweight, had him for a brief
spell before being called away to
develop Joe Louis.
Jersey Joe stricken with ty-
phoid, was ill a full year. He
married, and family financial
worries left no time for training.
He went into fights with no more
preparation than a hair comb. He
went as far as he could before
keeling over from aheer exhaus-
tion.
59 Pages Of Statistics Govern
NCAA's Official Attitude Toward
Not Televising Football Games
By Steve Snider '
Llnlted Press Sports Writer
NEW YORK, July 25,Fifty-
nine pages of statistics covern
the NCAA'S official attitude to-
ward televising football games.
In effect, the figures say:
"Don't!"
That's why the NCAA dealt so
sharply with Pennsylvania,
which defied the ban on un-
limited television next fall. Penn
had to back down when Its 1951
football foes, all good NCAA
schools, began to send their re-
grets and indicated they
wouldn't have any truck with
TV rebels.
One game a week per section,
with on* completely blacked out
weekend, Is the NCAA plan for
61.
"We're not against television."
said Tom Hamilton of Pitts-
burgh, chairman of the NCAA'S
video committee. "We're just
looking for some way to Uve
with this great new medium."
And according to the 59 page
report of the National Opinion
Research Center the nation's
football schools can't live with
it unless they can control It.
Hitting the high spots:
1. The football-mad South-
nest was the only section
of the nation with a box-
offlct that sneered at tele-
vision.
2. Losing teams lose cus-
tomers but they lose 'em
faster when games are tele-
vised.
3. All teams lost custom-
irs in bad weather. Where
there is television the loss
is far greater.
4. The more television sets
in an area the bigger the
attendance drop if games
are telecast.
5. Teams that televise
their own games feel the
pinch worse than teams
whose only competition it a
nationally televised game
piped in from another area.
The last point indicates why
the NCAA readily agreed to put
on one game a week in its ex-
perimental program for next
fall. Only one school per week
In each area would let Itself In
for an attendance lag because
of television.
New England, heavily satu-
rated with television sets, suf-
fered the heaviest box office re-
verses of 1950. All the major
schools but Dartmouth were ex-
posed to the cameras and In ad-
dition both Boston College and.
Harvard had poor teams. The*
result was a tremendous drop
from 1949.
The middle Atlantic area
where Penn, Army, Princeton,
Navy and Columbia were regu-
lars on video screensalso suf-
fered a steady drop. The re-
port doesn't say whether those
five televising schools them-
selves gained or lost.
There was a slight loss in the
Midwest but the Big 10 didn't
have live telecasts or it might
have been worse, the report in-
dicated. The Pacific Coast lost
at the box office, too, particu-
larly around Los Angeles where
the most sets were concentrat-
ed.
California's successful team
and a new College of Pacific
stadium kept San Francisco
figures up and the Seattle area
continued faithful to Washing-
ton's Huskies.
If you consider the NCAA
figures as the last word the only
sure way to beat television at
the box office every year la to
build an unbeaten team and
.'#l*y every game In Dallas, Tex.
when he spoke these words into
the microphone from the Forbes
Field battleplt after knocking out
Charles In the seventh:
"I want to thank God for help-
ing me to win. I always said that
It God's on your side, you're
bound to win sooner or later.
"I want to be a worthy cham-
pion, and try to help the youth
of this country. I want to Visit
every church and Sunday school
where they want me, and tell the
young folks what it means to
have Ood on your side."
This was not idle chatter. Cam-
den county officials will tell you
Jersey Joe has spent much time
helping combat Juvenile delin-
quency, rneaklng to groups of
youngsters In schools, at play-
grounds and meeting places.
Prayer to the deeply-rell^lous
Walcott means sitting down and
talking things over with Ood. Re-
calling how he felt before a
highly-important meeting with
Jimmy Blvins in Cleveland, Feb.
25, 1946, he says:
"Blvins' dressing room was
next to mine. All the time before
the fight, he had a record player
going with loud Jump numbers,
In June, 1941, Walcott hung up
his gloves for what he believed
was for good. There were five
little Walcotts then, and he
couldn't feed them on the pea-
nuts he got for taking pastlngs.
But along came James J. Johns-
ton, one of the superior mana-
gers, and he convinced him that
I he could work In a defense plant
and still fight. Joe's license had
run out during his retirement,
and he applied for a new one. New
Jersey Boxing Commissioner
John Hall had seen Walcott box
, several times when Jersey Joe ob-
viously was not in his best con-
dition. He insisted that Walcott
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Johnston lost interest, how-
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11, 1945, were two Inconsequen-
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N. J.
Walcott applied for a post on
the Pennsauken Township pollcs-
force. He landed a job in the
Camden shipyards. Some weeke
the pay was as high as $90.
Jersey Joe picked up a check
for $49,782.28 with the heavy-
weight championship.
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Dep. Max 75 58 34 184
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Bam Jr. 67 60 30 164
C. Y. O. 59 71 28 141
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Tropldura 63 30 .476
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I. Paschal (T8i 16 7
| A. Palmer (BAM Jr.) 13 5
H. Brown (BAM Jr.i 12 4
K. Joseph iCYOi 13 2
, A. Cadet 'DM* 12 3
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.(THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1951
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SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. U Waal 121 Sural.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 7 "H" root Fanenja
No. 12.179 Central A e.Colea.
SO
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Minimum for
12 words
3* each additional
word.
FOR SALE
Household
'FCtt SALE:arge mahoginy cor-
ner Chino closet, gloss doors, book-
cose O Unickknock unit (corner)
JJmople setee with spring cushions.
. Tight cherry upholstery, borem-nt
table. House 606-B. phone 4-206.
Cocoli.
FOR SALE:Lattice ond fence for
duplex, $15.00. Set of kitchen
Chin, $8.00. Metol kitchen stcol,
SI.00. House 605-A. Tomorind
St. Cocoli.
FOR SALE
Automobile
FOR SALE: 1949 Kaiser 4-door,
less thon 15.000 miles, $1,100.00.
New Cristobal 170-C.
Tune-up specialist The Electric Au-
to Lite Co. authorized service igni-
tion and corburation. Servicio de
Motores S. A. (Morcos VillarreaU
H. St. No. 34, Tel. 2-1746.
4':
4 pc. upuhlrtered living room set.
Sood condition $65. Qtrs. 305-A
Albrook Phone 86-6246.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED: Electric Plant 1 5KVA
AC 60 cycle or 2-KVA Kholer or
Omon preferred, phone 3-0542.
FOR SALE
Boato & Motors
FOR SALE:Motor scooter, Cush-
mon oirbone model 53. Good paint,
excellent condition mechanically.
This machine modified for Lucas
Bottery lighting system. Call 83-
5178, Of"- 2157, Curundu, after
4 p. m.
FOR SALE:One 25 H. P. Johnson
otitboord motor, separte fuel tank,
$390. Also one 12 H. P. Atlos
Royol outboard, $150. Both like
new. 14 ft. mahogany hull ond
special type trailer, splendid con-
dition, $250. Tel. Panama 3-
2060. _^__^__
FOR SALE: "Diesel" engine boot
65 feet shrimper cargo, passenger.
Tel. 2-2252, Dr. Morles.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FQ8 SALE: Excellent (31 Bed-
room Concrete Chalet at very cool
ond quiet location, in San Fran-
cisco. Bargain. $12,500.00. Te-
FOR SALE'50 4-door Buick, blue-
black. 10,000 miles, with radio,
new bottery. Can finance. Call
Ft. Kobbe. 84-4180 Qtrs. 635-B.
Price $1,700.00.
FOR SALE:Army Dodge Carryall.
98-C New Cristobal. one block
back of Roosevelt between 8 ond
9 streets.
MISCELLANEOUS
0o you here a drinking problem?
Write Alcaholici Anonymous
Bo 2031 Ancon. C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Tame spider monkey.
Also small red one. Call Balboa
2820 during day, or see at House
150, one way street to Quarry
Heights.
FOR SALE:25 cycle washing ma-
chine in condition. I5I5-A, Ake
St., Bolboo. C. Z. Phone 2-2316.
Monday until 7 p. m. Tuesdoy un-
til 4 p. m.
FOR SALE: 1940 Packard Lim-
ousine 4 Dr. Sedan, 6 very iood
tires, rodio, overdrive, excellent
running condition. 0426-C Ancon.
telephone 2-2675.
FOR SALE: 1947 Studeboker De
Luxe Champion, overdrive. $850.
Con be financed. Originol owner,
2-6355.
FOR SALE: Holy Ghost Orchid
Plants. Productos Nacionales, S. A.
"H" Street 61, Panamo.
FOR SALE1938 Plymouth Coupe,
radio excellent condition. $250.
1939 -Pontioc 2 door, radio, ex-
cellent condition. $250. New Sil-
vertone underdasr car rodio, $250.
Phone Albrook 86-4239 after
3:30.
options. 2-35j 8.
-t-*~
WE HAVI taken in too many ued
con ond mutt toll ot o loos! Prices
below the avoroao TRADE-IN
value. Many mokes and modal
Financing a v a i I a b I 0. NASH
AGENCY.
FOR SALE:-- 1947 Studeboker In
good condition. Owner leaving.
Apply Chicago Bar Centrol. Ave-
nue # 157, Ponomo.
FOR SALE: $1800.00 letter of
credit on new Oldsmobile will
sacrifice for $1700.00. Coll phone
Colon 1314 Cristobal 1411 (offer)
6 o'clock).
FOR SALE:Cine Kodak 8 mm mo-
vie camera, magazine load, model
90, 1.9 lens in leother carrying
case, with filters and Woston Ex-
posure meter, in cose. Excellent
condition, $95 00. Two single coil
bed springs, poetically new. $15.-
C0 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.
FOR SALE: "Steinwoy" piano in
perfect condition, like new #31
41st. Str. Tel. 3-0672,
FOR SALE: Singer sewing machine
in good condition. No. I. Apt. 1
Federico Boyd Avenue.
FOR SALE: Piono upright grand
modern, small; dicker set 6-pc.
Gas stove, four burner upholstered
livmgroom set (3-pc.) baby crib.
Phone 916, Colon.
FOR SALE: Portable sewing ma-
chine, Domestic make, including
buttonholer, $75. Phone Albrook
7108 if tor 4 p.m.
; ft. Randolph Fiesta
, Marks Anniversary
For 60th Army Band
FORT OULICK, July 23.
Today Is fiesta time at fort
'' Randolph as the 60th Army
> Bad of Fort Qulick celebrates
J the fourth anniversary ol its
'I activation. Piece de resistance
', I on the menu will be the tradl-
. tional and delicious Lechon
Asado, roast piglet in addition
' to arroz con polio the dish
'. Imported to the Americas irom
Spain by the early colonists.
; The lesttvities began at 10
a.m., and were to end at 4 p.m.
I Tha music was furnished by the
,, Orfuesta Ideal as the 80th
[I Army bandsmen took a well-
',', deserved rest.
The 60th Army Band Is well-
. known throughout the length
and breadth of the Isthmus,
' particularly on the Atlantic
ldj. They have played engage-
,* menu on many occasions and
' in*" many places Including the
!' Cristobal Pier Area, the Coco
'' Solo Naval Station, the Hotel
Washington, to say nothing of
cores of parades, graduations,
bail games, and countless other
Army activities.
Bandmaster of the 60th is
Chief Warrant Officer Daniel
i! Miller and Commanding Officer,
Is Captain A E. Davidson
: Miller, a musician with a sound
and wide knowledge of his art |
'. acquired studying both in the ,
' United States and in Europe, is \
>' called by his colleagues a per-1
; severing taskmaster who re-.
Jentlesslv seeks to improve both !
J'.the quality and the quantity ol j
the music the band plays. His
enthusiastic and patient teach-,
ing ha-.e paid long dividends,!
"for the Band can now play Bee- ,
! thoven's immortal compositions ,
as easily as it can mam bos, j
'uarachas. rumbas, and other
. latin-American In:;-: music.
J, Arranger and conductor of
lthe Band's Latin numbers is
;'Master Sergeant Emilio Miyim
'Rodriguez. Mlyin is also a com-
'.poser In his own right. His com-
positions have been published in
aheet form and made into re-
': cords in Puerto Rico. Mexico.
"Venezuela, and the United
I States. They include "Calypso
Man," a rhumba lie composed
; j,, 1947; 'El Jibarito Va," a song
I depicting the personal problems
of a farmer in the Interior of
.Puerto Rico: Calypso Jump,' i
composed in 1948. Madre yj
..Diosa," a number composed by;
the sergeant in memory of his,
; departed mother; "Rosa Elena,",
a Puerto Rican daiva and his
latest composition titled "Dame .
Besos"
Two other composers in the
band are Sergeant First Class
Victor Rosello who has com-
puted two boleros: "Descuido"
.and "Luna de Panama;" and j
-Corporal Israel Morales who has
^^^Eoaed "Olvida. Mujer," and
-g^wr'mo Cielo," both numbers,
fcoler-
GOOtV NEWS WE'RE LUCKY
We have boon fortunate in socurinf
the follow in, EXTRA CADILLACS
for NEW YORK, CANAL ZONE, or
PANAMA delivery late AUGUST ot
early StPTEMHR:
Four 14) Model 6219 4 Door Sodom
Selection of colon. HYDRAMATIC,
Grow "D" accessories Rodio with
roor ootookor and Fo, lifhrs.
Prior to this the oorliost delivery was
NOVEMIER
THESE WILL GO SOON SEE
US TODAY.
CIVA, S. A.
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Ponomo____________Tal. 2-Ot70
ACHESON WARNS
9 MILLION REDS
(Continued from Page 1))
rles are cooing like doves or
growling like bears, our job re-
mains the same. The threat we
face remains the same. Make no
mistake about itthis is an
emergency, an emergency as
great as any our country has ever
faced."
Pleading for "a new birth of;
patriotism," Acheson said Amer-
icans must reconcile themselves
to "several more years of very
hard effort-^-even harder than
we have yet put forth."
"It may mean more sacrifices
for us, more rhortages. higher
ta*es," he said. "But there is no
easier way through the dangers
of the present. If we shirk it, the
alternatives are war or surren-
der."
He said It is not necessary for
the free world I o "match the So-
viet armies man for man, or gun
for gun" since the United States
and Its allies nave no intention
of attacking Russia, but only
want to build a defensive shield"
which will discourage Russia from
attacking them.
Once that "shield" is complet-
ed, he said, "the temptation for
the other side to use force will be
reduced" and the Kremlin will be
"more willing to begin the peace-
ful adjustment of some of the
issues.
"We are of course prepared to
undertake such adjustments at
any time," he said. "We would
welcome any genuine opportuni-
ty to reduce the level of tension
In the worldbut we must al-
ways be alert against the baited
hook of phony propaganda."
Acheson likened the Commu-
nist peace overtures in Korea to
Aesop's fable about the Sun and
the Wind trying to get a man to
remove his coat. The Wind blew
mightily, but the man merely
clutched his coat tighter about
him. Then the Sun smiled warm-
ly on the man, and he promptly
shed his coat, "of his own ac-
cord."
"This fable illustrates our pre-
sent danger. The ley blast of Ko-
rea made many people realize the
need for building our strength.
But, as soon as the slightest break
in the clouds iippcared, some of
our fellow citizens were ready to
relax into the nearest rocking
chair. Will the warm sunshine of -
a false propaganda "peace" cam-
palgn lead us to think that our
problems are solved and that we I
o-r, c-feiy jet down our defense i
effort?
mat would be a dangerous
od costly mistake." J
WANTED
Jobs Offered
WANTED: Experienced Arnericon
Tutor to teoch English to Pan-
omonian boys ogos 1 3 ond I I.
Write Tomas Arios, P. O. Box
953, Ponoma City.
Position Offered
WANTED:Young man to do gen-
erol work, must have Ponomo and
Zone commercial drivers license.
speak Sponish and English correct-
ly ond have goocj references. Dis-
tribuidora Elctrico, S. A. Panama
Diablo Library
In New Quarters
Behind Alleys
The Diablo Heights Branch of
the Panam Canal library is be-
ing moved to a new location be-
hind the bowling alleys in the
Diablo Clubhouse.
The library will be closed to-
morrow while the move Is in pro-
gress. The branch library, which
is open on Monday and Thursday
afternoons, is now located on the
second floor of the Clubhouse
building. .
It will be In operation In its
new location on Monday after-
noon.
The move Is being made as
part of the rearrangement neces-
sary for the move of the general
offices of the Clubhouse Division
from the Ancon Theater Build-
ing to the Diablo Clubhouse.
Entrance to the new room to
be occupied by the branch li-
brary Is through the bowling al-
ley.
General Rice Returning
From States Friday
Major General George W. Rice.
Health Director of the Canal or-
ganization, Is scheduled to return
to the Isthmus Friday morning
by air from the United States.
Mrs. Rice will remain In the
United States where she Is hos-
pitalized at Walter Reed General
Hospital.
Thev hav been gone since
June 21.
STOMACH UPSET
FROM EXCESS ACID
Here ii welcome relief from the di*.
tres and discomfort caused by excess
stomach acid.
Just introduced to the druggists of this
state la a remarkable formula called Neu-
tractd Ita name tells the story of exces*
irritating stomach acida being robbed of
their power to cause upsetting distress.
There's nothing quite like Neutracid.
Its fast action means quick relief and this
alone should merit a test. But beat of
all you may find that continued use tot
a few days will astonish you. Gas and
heartburn that may have plague and
tormented you after eating will most
likely have disappeared. So why not get
a package today. Try it tonightput one
teaspoonful of Neutracid in a glass of
hot water at bedtime and sec what a
difference it makes In the morning-
stomach sweet, appetite better and an
urge to "step on it." All good druggist*
have this new and remarkable formula
for excess stomach acid.
Ask far and gel N-K-V-T-R-A-C -I
RESORTS
Williams Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frigidcires. Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
Phillips- Beach cottages, Sonto Clor.
Box 35. Balboa. Phone Ponomo
3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673.
Gromieh' Santa Cloro beach-
cottages Electric Ico boxes, gas
stoves, moderte rates. Phono 6-
541 ot 4-567
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
mont. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobol. Phono 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished 3 room
apartment, separate, maid's room.
Three months' lease. $125.00
month. Morysol Apts. 73-A Justo
Arosemeno Ave. .Near U. S. Em-
bassy. Coll 2-2341.
FOR RENT: Furnished opartment,
43rd Street ond Mexico Avenue.
Tel. 3-0140, Panomi.
FOR RENT:Furnished oportment, 3
bedrooms, 2 bathroom, garage,
maid's room, telephone. No. 45,
46th Street, Bella Visto. Call 2-
1477 mornings ond 3-0709 after-
noon.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
cool for 2 bachelors or morri" couple. Meals if desired. No. 32
45th street.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom oportment
livingroom, diningroom, bath, hot
water, kitchen, garoge, ot Sousa
Building, Information Aportment
P. 44 Street Bella Visto, No. 37.
FOR RENT: Furnished bachelor
apartment, one bedroom and bath,
$45.00. Also two bedroom oport-
ment. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished room with or
without board. Cool. Refined. 48th
Street No. 7, Bella Vis.ta.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished clon,
cool room, meals available. Bello
Vista 46th Street, 18-A upstairs,
phone office hours 2-1693, even-
ing 3-1789.
Mrs. Mary Waters'
Funeral Tomorrow
Funeral services for Mrs. Ma-
ry A. Waters, 74. who died Mon-
s-ni ue conducted at 9 a.m.
tomorrow at 8t. Mary's'Church In
.. ncre will oe a requiem
mass.
She was the widow of the late
John T. Waters and the mother
of Miss Muriel P. Waters, of the
US Embassy and Miss Lucille A.
Waters, of the Department of
Finance of the Canal Company.
Pope Warns Against
Education Theories
VATICAN CITY, July 25
Pope Plus XII today called
anew on Catholic teachers to
beware of certain modern
theories of materialism now be-
ins; Introduced In the field of
education.
His warning was carried In a
letter to Cardinal Jaime de
Barros Cmara. Archbishop of
Rio de Janeiro, in appointing
the Cardinal Papal Legate to
the Interamerican Congress of
Catholic Education starting to-
day In Rio.
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We run a PERMANENT
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where the
FINEST QUALITY PAINTS
are priced LOWER
than the cheapest.
Why not save money
buying the best?
GEO. F. NOVEY. Inc.
279 Central Aye.
Tel. 3-0140.
Mr & Mrs. Canal Zone:
Fur ( 1 shions aUP-CUVKIW .00
t i choi.sikrim; r.n u, , ,M,
our how-room Custom oulli forni-
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VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
SOUND PROJECTORS
60 mm Revere arrived
$299.50.
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY Inc.
(adjoining international Hotel)
ana Comer, store
(Lobby Hotel El Pan.m*)
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 Tlvoll Ave. Apt 1
Office: Tl. 2-33S7 Horn: 3-40*7
HOURS: Monday thru Friday
to 12 am.
Monday, Wednesday. Thursday
6 to 8 p.m.
Saturday i am to 1 p.m.
ALADDIN
KEROSENE Mantle Lamp
0 Candi Power of Modern White
Light. Bums 50 Hours On 1 gal. o
Kerosene. U.es S% AIR Only li
KEROSENE. Absolutely Safe It
cannot Explode. Requires no gener-
ator or pump No Smoke of Odof.
So Simple a Child Can Operate It
$9.95 Lowest Price
ever Offered In Panam.
All Part. Available.
On Sale In All HARDWARE and
ri'RMTl'Ri: Store*
Distributors:
WONG CHANO, S. A.
Colin tth St. A Balboa Ayo.
Tel 3*3
Paaam 3 Central Ara.
Tel. 2-20S7
[Zone Girl Seoul
Returns From Camp
In Puerto Rico
Betty Tarr, the Canal Zone Girl
Scout representative to the West-
ern Hemisphere Camp In Puerto
Rico, July 2 to July 14, has ar-
rived home charmed with Puerto
Rico.
Miss Tarr, who Is fifteen, was
the youngest of the twenty-eight
representatives who attended
from Scout groups In North, Cen-
tral, and South America and
from the Caribbean Islands, Miss
Mary L. Patton, Director of the
Canal Zone Girl Scouts, reports.
This conference was called by
the World Association to study
the health problems of camping
In the Hemisphere in the hope of
stimulating more inter-hemls-
phere camping.
A photograph taken at the In-
augural program of Betty Tarr
wearing a San Bias costume,
made the front page of the San
Juan newspaper.
She was photographed with the
two Panamanian Girl Guides,
Theresa Juan and Edlssa Allegrl,
who wore Montunas.
Iran Wants More
Oil Talks With UK
TEHERAN. Julv 25 (UP>
Iranian Finance Minister Ka-
sem Hasslbi urged today that
oil talks between Iran and Brit-
ain be resumed before Iran's
morale Rets so low that further
talks would be Impossible.
Britain is expected todav to
accept Premier Mohamed Mos-
sadegh's proposals for peace
talks on the long oil feud.
Oberg Retiring,
Leaves Aug. 31
E. B. Oberg, who has been
Postal inspector for the'Canal
Zone Postal Service for the last
eight years, soon will return to
Denver. Colorado, the home
town he left about 37 years ago
to come to work In the Canal
Zone.
He will have been in the postal
service here for 37 years, one
month and two days when he re-
tires at the end of July.
Oberg was born at Qresham,
Nebraska and attended school
there. He was employed for about
five years in the Postoffice at
Denver before coming to the Ca-
nal Zone.
He was promoted to the posi-
tion of Postmaster at Balboa in
July 1935 and was named Postal
Inspector In August 1942.
Oberg plans to leave the Isth-
miii Aug. 31 on the Cristobal to
go to Denver, where he has four
ters and two brothers.
TOq, JULY 25. the 60th Army Band of Fort Gulick ce-
lebrates the fourth anniversary of its activation with a
' PueCtp Rlcan Fiesta" at Fort Randolph. Hre the Army
carBraman catches Sergeant First Class Victor Roselle (seat-
(di working on an original composition as Master Sergeant
Fmltte Rodriguez plays the number as it Is being composed.
Looking on is Captain A. B. Davidson (right). Commanding
Officer of the Band.
(Official US Army Photo)
COMMANDER FLF.ET AIR WING ELEVEN, CAPTAIN J. S.
MCCLURE, U8N, accompanied by fourteen officers attached
to his staff, arrived at the U.S. Naval Station, Coco Solo
the first of the week and inspected the administrative and
material readiness of Patrol Squadron 45 and Fleet Air Ser-
vice Squadron 105. The inspecting party will- depart tomor-
row morning on its return trip to Jacksonville. Florida. Left
to right:. Captain McClure introduces his Chief of Staif,
Commander J. T. Thornton, USN, to Commander W. D. King,
USN, Commanding Officer, Fleet Air Service Squadron 105,
while Commander T. G. White, Jr., USN. Commanding
Officer of Patrol Squadron 45. looks on.
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Farm rrovh
Flavor
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Dhaoleeo Ins-
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On Sale In P.C. Co. Commissaries.
CARS
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(But To Last 100,000 Miles)
i
Local 900 Holds
Annual Meetign
Saturday Morning
The first annual meeting of Lo-
cal 900. Government and Civic |
Employes Organizing Committee
(CIO i. wlH be held at the La Boca
Clubhouse on Saturday, with a j
morning session beginning at 10
o'clock and ending at 12:30 p.m.
VENETIAN' BLINDS
Made to order repaired and
reflnlshed. estimates given.
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have come to the Isthmus re-
cently .
Mrs. George E. Hesner. Mrs.
Joel Shrager, Mrs. Irvtn Lyman
and Mrs. John Chrlstianson were
hostesses for the alfalr which
was attended bv more than 75
members of the club and their
guests.
Make Trip
to Colombia
Miss lllzabeth Gundy and Miss
Birdie Oorsuch of Ancon spent
the past week-end on an airplane
trip to Cartagena, Colombia.
Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Ste-
wart of Miami. Florida, announce
the birth of a son. William Hen-
ry, on July 8. Mrs. Stewart, the
former Jane Hardy, was Social
Director at the Balboa Armed
Forces Y.M.C.A., before her mar-
riage .
Murdered Abdullah's Son
Denies Feud For Throne
By SAM SOUKI
(The question of the succession to the throne of assassinated
King Abdullah ef Jordan affects the entire political situation In
the Middle East. Crown Prince Talal, Abdullah's heir, |g in
Switzerland recovering from a nervous breakdown. In his ab-
sence, his vounger brother Naif was made Kegent immediately
after Abdullah's death. Hi the following exclusive Interview bv
a veteran United Presa Middle Eastern correspondent Naif states
his position.)
Gala Dinner Dance
Tonight at El Panama
As part of the two-day celebra-
tion of Simon Bolivar's birthday.
Hotel El Panama is holding a ga-
la dinner dance in the Bella Vista
Room this evening, starting at 7.
The "Conjunto Spinello" will
play In addition to the regular
orchestra.
DR. AND MRS. JOHN H. DRAHEIM, above, immediately
lowing their marriage Saturday morning at the Sacred Hefi
Chapel, Anccn. Mrs. Drahelm is the daughter of Mr. arm
Mrs. Camille Jolly ol Green Bay. V/isconsin. Dr. Drahe'm Is
a member of Gorgas Hospital staff, and is the son of Sen-
ator and Mrs. Wunam Dfanelm of Neenah. Wisconsin. After
a short wedding trip, the couple will reside in Diablo.
RECEPTION AT PRESIDENCIA
TO HONOR VENEZUELAN DELEGATION
The President of Panama and Mrs. Alcibiades Arosemeaa
have issued invitations for a reception to be held at the
Presidencia Friday In honor of the members of the Special
Mission from Venezuela lo Panama.
Bridge Winners
The winners of the duplicate
contract bridge games played
Monday evening at the Diablo
Heights Clubhouse were: 1st. Mr.
and Mrs. H. G. Robinson; 2nd,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Getman;
3rd, Miss C. Drury and Mrs. J.
T. Mia!; 4th, T. A. Orr and R.
Torres; and 5th. Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Brady.
The Chief of the Special Mission from Veneiuela and
Mr;. Cristobal Mendoza, and the other members of the mis-
sion, are giving a reception this evening from 7 to 9 at
Hotel El Panama in honor of the President of Panama and
Sirs. Arosemena.
Invitations Issued for
Wassoner-Jennison Wedding
.I and Mrs. John E. Jennl-
ion Jr., of Balboa have Issued in-
vitations for the marriage of
their daughter. Marilyn Anita, to
Gllmer Young Waggoner. Jr.,
Lieutenant, Finance Corps. Uni-
ted States Army, of Coroza!, son
of Mrs. Adelaide W. Waggoner of
Salisbury. North Carolina. The
wedding will take place Saturday
evening the filth of August, at
even thirty o'clock at the Re-
deemer Lutheran Church in Bal-
boa and will be followed by a re-
ception %t the Hotel Tlvoll.
Mrs. John E. Jennlson of San
Diego. California, arrived Sunday
to be present at her granddaugh-
ter's wedding. She Is stopping at
the Hotel Tlvoll.
Reception Postponed
Because of the death of the
Chief of Naval Operations. Ad-
miral Forrest W.-Sherman, the
commandant of the Fifteenth
Naval District and Mrs. Albert M.
Bledsoe have postponed their At
Home, which was to have been
this afternoon, until Wednesday,
August l. from 5:30 to 7 o'cloc.
Captain and Mrs. Gllsson
Hosts at Dinner
The commanding officer of the
Naval Ammunition Depot. Capt.
CO. Gllsson and Mrs. Gllsson.
gave a buffet dinner Monday
evening at their quarters, enter-
taining Captain and Mrs. I. F.
Harker and their house guest.
yiTs. Blanch Roat, Commander
and Mrs. Edward J. Foote, and
Commander and Mrs. E. R. Hal-
ioran and their daughter. Mrs.
Julie Malone.
Visitors Honored
Miss Mercedes Laffargue en-
tertained Informally at dinner
Mondas evailng at her home in
Bella Vista for Dr. Lorun Milne
and his wife.-Dr. Marjorle Milne
of the University Of New Hamp-
shire, who are spending the sum-
mer at Barro Colorado Island.
Dr. Milne and his wife were
the guests of honor at a lunch-
eon which Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Haskell gave Friday at their
home at Rodman.
Mr. and Mrs. Grefe
Leave for Argentina
Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Gre-
fe returned during the week-end
from a vacation trip to the Uni-
ted States and left Monday by
airplane for Mr. Grefe's neV post
at Buenos Aires, Argentina. He
has been manager of Branlff Air-
ways In Panama and was trans-
ferred by his company to Buenos
Aires.
Recent Arrivals Honored
By Doctors Wives Club
The Doctors Wives Club held a
coffee this morning in the Ball-
i room of the Holel Tlvoll in honor
of a group of doctors' wives who
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AMMAN. Jordan, July 25 (UP)
Emir Naif, Regent of Jordan,
said today that he would pray to
God that his elder brother Crown
Prince Talal would recover his
health and return to take his
place as King of this Hashemlte
kingdom In succession to assas-
sinated King Abdullah.
Naif, who was proclaimed Re-
gent of Jordan immediately after
the tragic death of King Abdul-
lah In Jerusalem, heatedly denied
reports that Talal had been forc-
ed to leave Jordan because of dif-
ferences with Abdullah or him-
self.
"I awear to you by God that
nobody forced my brother to
leave this country," Naif said
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Louise Durkin; Gerardo Dutarl;
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Dykes
and 2 children; Mrs. Mary B. Eu-
gene; Dr. Irving Fien; Miss Mary
D. Glider; Mrs. Edith Oill; Miss
Phoebe B. Gragg; Miss Susan C.
Oragg; Miss Janet L. Graham;
Dr. and Mrs. William L. Gra-
ham; Miss Betty Greay; and Mr.
and Mrs. William A. Gribbons.
Mr and Mrs. Herman Hahn:
Mrs. Marie Haky and 2 children:
Miss Eugene Herbst; Mr. and
Mrs. Rudolph F. Huldtqulst. Jr.:
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Irvln and
daughter Martha; Miss Amelia
Jeffrey; Mrs. Ruth A. Johnston
and son; Mr. and Mrs. Edward
T. Klrchmler and daughter:
Mrs. Annabelle C. Kunkel and 3
children; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P.
La Placa; Miss Madeline Leamy;
Miss Nora Leamy; andSgt. Harry
J. Lewis and wife.
Miss Mary Jo MacSparran:
Mrs. Nellda J. Matson and son;
Mrs. Dorothy R. Mattal; Mr.
and Mrs. Cato May; Miss Anna
A. McDougall;. Miss Emma R.
Menzel; Clifford Moore; Miss Lil-
lian F. Mueller; Mr. and Mr.
Thomas R. Murphy; Mr, and
Mrs. Paul L. Parker and 3 chil-
dren; Cpl. Vincent Plzzl; and
John C. Presley.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent G. Ray-
mond: M, and Mrs. Huret C.
Redman and son; Set. and Mr.
Oeorge C. ftenneli and 2 chil-
dren; Jack W. Rocker; Miss Ina
Rollins; Mr. and Mrs. Irl R.
Sandero; JoffreR. Sauvageau:
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin V. Smith
and 2 children: Mr. and Mrs.
Everette J. Spencer; Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas E. Spencer and
daughter; and Dr. Leon A. Stet-
son and wife.
John H. Terry; Miss Celine
Turvllle: Mr. and Mrs. Bert G.
Tydeman; Miss Rose Ann Wehe-
ner; Mrs. Louise West; Mr. and
Mrs. Mark L. White; Walter A.
Wleman. Jr.; and Miss Caroline
Wagner.
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to me in an exclusive inter-
view.
"May Allah heal him so that
he will return and assume his
place here."
(The question of the succession
to-Abdullah Is one that affects
the entire Middle East, one of the
world's most Important strategic
centers both because of its rich
oil resources and Its geographic
position. Abdullah was the strong
man of the area and a firm friend
of the West.
(Shortly before Abdullah's as-
sassination Friday, Crown Prince
Talal had a nervous breakdown.
He was sent to Switzerland for
treatment. The United Press
traced him today to a rest clinic
overlooking Lake Geneva. It was
said in Geneva that he expected
to issue a public statement soon.
Ii was also reported there that',
Talal would not leave soon.)
Naif received this correspon-
dent In his study at the royal pa-
lace where Monday he sorrowful-
ly accepted the condolences of
the people of Jordan and foreign '
delegations on the death of his
father.
Naif denied that after Abdul-
lab's death there were demon-
strations against Abdullah's
dream of unifying neighboring |
Arab countries in a "Fertile
Cresrent." I
"These are absolute lies." Naif
said. "There have been no dem-
onstrations or troubles whatso-
ever.
"There are no differences be-.
tween Talal and myself.
"The people of Jordan have
been taught to control themselves
In times of stress. My late father,
whom they loved and respected, I
taught them discipline and al-'
though everybody expected se- j
rlous clashes and bloodshed
nothing of that kind happened."!
Nalf's eyes flashed proudly as
he spoke of his father and the.
love of the Jordan people for him.
"My father taught his people to,
obev and follow him and his fam-
ily." Naif continued. "They will
follow uswhether It be Talal or
myself or Hussein (Talis eldest'
son). And again I say there Is no
dispute between us."
I asked Naif to comment on
reports that Talal was forced to
go to Switzerland and that he was
being prevented from returning.
"I swear to you by God that
nobody forced my brother to leave
this country," Naif said.
"Even when the plane was
ready to take him my father
again told Talal:
" 'My son, if you do not want
to go away then stay. Feel free
to do what you want. But It is
better for your sake to get the
treatment you require.'"
Naif, who speaks English In a
firm voice, concluded the inter-
view by saying:
"There are many who wish us
ill and who have spread many
unfounded reports during these
tragic days.
"I Invite you to travel the
length and breadth of the land to
Group Meetings i
Members of the Magnolia
Sporting and Square Dance Club I
are requested to attend a meet-
ing tonight and practice tompr-
row, Thursday, which will also
be Visitor's Night, at the Pacific
Clubhouse.
PCR Court Excelsior No. 10104
will hold a meeting at the Corin-
thian Temple next Tuesday. July
31 beginning at 8 p.m. All mem-
bersareaaked to attend.
see that the people are calm and
that no troubles prevail. Had this
catastrophe not befallen us my
father had given me permission
to go and spend a few days In
Switzerland with my brother.
"I was going to take his son.
Hussein, with me, hoping that
our presence with Talal would
help him recover more quickly."
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1951
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SOCIAL FUNCTIONS ACCOMPANY
t'NVEILINU OI SIMON BOLIVAR MONUMENT
The birthday anniversary of the reat Venesuelan sol-
dier, statesman and Liberator, Simon Bolivar, was observed
' In Colon with the unveiling of a statue to his memory In
the 5th of November Park, at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday morning.
' Following the exercises at Ihe
wrroneni and the placing of
reairn by various officials, an
xtrtordinary session of the
Council of Colon was held with
Pie cHeil.iguished visitors honor-
rby the Councllmen.
Th* Venezuelan guests Includ-
ed Ambassador Cristobal Mendo-
sa, fio headed the special dele-
gation that came to the Isthmus
for tljc occasion and Mrs. Men-
doza and.the Venezuelan Ambas-
ador" i o Panama and Mrs. Ro-
berta E'ltiain. The President of
the Republic cii Panama was re-
I>reated by the Minister of Gov-
ernment and Justice. Dr. Miguel
Angel Ordonez, who was accom-
panied by Mrs. Ordonez; also
present were the Minister of For-
eign Relations and Mrs. Ignacio
Molino, the Minister of Agricul-
ture and Mrs. David Samudio.
Snd the Minister of the Treasury,
ir. Victor Navas.
Mr. Arcello R. Hudson, presi-
dent of the cou-.icil presided at
tne meeting which opened with a
welcome by the Alcalde. Jose D.
Bazan. Decorations were pre-
sented the members of the Vene-
zuelan delegation and a speech
was given by Mr. Pedro Fernn-
des Parrilla, whose untiring ef-
forts are responsible for the sta-
tue being placed in Colon. The
singing of the National Anthems
of trie two countries, a response
to Mr. Parrilla by the Ambassa-
dor to Panama and a champagne
toast, proposed by Mr. Hudson,
concluded the council meeting.
At 1:30 p.m. Ambassador and
Mrs. Cristobal Mendoza enter-
tained with a buffet luncheon at
the Monacb Garden. Their guests,
with the Venezuelan officials in-
cluded the members of the Coun-
cil and their ladles, the distin-
guished guests from Panama,
members of the.Consular Corps.
Officers of the Bomberos and Po-
lice Corps and other prominent
officials of the Republic. Army,
Navy and Canal Zone.
The Mayor of Colon and Mrs.
Jose Dominador Bazan received
from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the
Strangers Club Tuesday evening,
honoring the prominent visitors,
members of the official family of
i the Republic of Panama, with the
i prominent officials of the Pro-
vince, City and representatives
from the Canal Zone and Armed
Forces.
A concert at 8:00 p.m. by the
National Symphony Orchestra,
in the 5th of November Park, cli-
maxed the day's activities.
Mr. and Mrs. Darling
Complimented with Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. Dashwood Dar-
ling were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Anthony Raymond at a buf-
fet supper party given Monday
evening at their Brazos Heights
home. Mr. Darling sailed yester-
day on the "Santa Barbara" for
a business trip to Buenaventura.
The other friends who were in-
vited to the dinner included: Mr.
and Mrs. R. R. Gronblad and
their daughter, Miss Barbara. Mr.
and Mrs. Ernesto Arosemena. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Whitaker. Col.
and Mrs. James Pumpelly, Ma-
jor and Mrs. Byron King. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Canavaggio. Mr.
and Mrs. John Kernlck, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold White and Miss
Martha Bell White. Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Noonan. Mr. a.id Mrs. Jas.
Piala. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Will,
and Mr. Daulton Mann.
Fashion Show to be
Outstanding Event of Weekend
The Inter-American Woman's
i Club Fashion Show combined
with a card and bl-.igo party will
be the most Interesting event for
the ladles of the Atlantic Side,
,' this weekend.
The party starts at 1:00 p.m.
tomorrow at the Coco Solo Offi-
cers Club. There will be a door
. prize and a handsome alligator
I purse will be raffled. Tea will be
served at 4:00 p.m. and the fash-
ion show starts at 5:00 p.m. All
of this is for the price of a one
dollar ticket. These may be ob-
tained from members or at the
door.
A bus will pick up the models
at the Inter-American Woman's
Club building at 3:00 p.m. tomor-
row afternoon.
The styles are from Mofcta'a
new collection.
Informal Supper Party
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. L. Gra-
ham and Miss Janet Graham
were the dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. James Brown of Gatun
last evening.
The Graham family will sail
Friday for a vacation in the
States. Miss Graham Is return-
ing to Falls Church. Va., after a
short visit with her patenta In
Gatun.
Dances for Youngsters
This Weekend
The Teenage Club is sponsor-
ing a "Sock Dance" in the Mar-
garita gymnasium Satu r d a y
evening at 7:30 with music by the
Royal Sultan orchestra. The
price of admission Is 25 cents ior
non-members of the club.
This will be a very informal
dance.
The Atlantic Chapter of the
Order of the DeMolay will have a
dance at the Gatun Masonic
Temple Friday evening at 7:30.
All Demolays and their guests
and Rainbow girls and their
guests are cordially invited. Re-
freshments will be served.
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Double Birthday Party
Mary Ann, aged five and Wln-
chell, Jr.. aged two, children of
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pennock,
Sr., of Margarita, celebrated
their birthday anniversaries with
a party at the home of their par-
ents. Saturday.
A canopy of balloons was sus-
pended above the birthday table
which was decorated with a pink
and blue color scheme, A large
cake formed the centerpiece and
candy baskets, hats and horns
were given as favors. After the
refreshments were served, the
children fished In the fishpond
for favors of dolls for the girls
and marbles for the boys.
The young guests included:
Walletta and Patty Bain. Carol
Ann. Donald and Brian Brown,
Roddle and Jackie Brayton, Sha-
ron and Mike Waldron, Judy
Stepp. Diane Ramsey, Roddy Ro-
bertson, Donna Wertz, Linda
Brundage. Carla Meehan. Ann
Gilley. Lynn Egger. Helen Jean
Waldron, Hank Lee Duvoll. Fred
Hackett. Jay French and Eddie
Whltlock.
The adults who attended were:
Mrs. C. H. Brown, Mrs. W. H.
Waldron, Mrs. George J. Wal-
dron. Mrs. Charles E. Stepp, Mrs.
Andrew Whltlock. Mrs. Norma
DuVoll. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kelly.
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Gilley and
Mr. Joe Hackett.
Mrs. Faye Brundage and Mrs.
John L. Kelly assisted the hos-
tess.
Lions Club to Sponsor
Dance for Colon Red Cross
The Colon Lions Club Is spon-
soring a dance at the Strangers
Club on Saturday. August 4 to
raise funds for the Colon Red
Cross.
Price of admission ia a dollar,
which entitles the purchaser to a
chance on the door prize, a round
trip ticket to Costa Rica.
Covered Dish Supper
at Gatun Union Church
A covered dish supper is being
arranged at the Gatun Union
Church Thursday evening at 6:00
p.m. to honor Mr. and Mrs. Da-
vid Howe, who are leaving the
Isthmus to reside in New Hamp-
shire and also for the Rev. and
Mrs. J. W. L. Graham and Miss
Janet Graham, who are leaving
Friday for the States.
All friends of the honorees are
extended an Invitation to attend
the supper and to bring a favor-
ite dish.
Attending- Pacific Side Function
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Ad-
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ama and their house guests. Mr.
and Mrs. Warren G. Bennett
crossed the Isthmus to attend the
function given by Lt. Governor
and Mrs. Herbert D. Vogel.
Cristobal Men's Fellowship
Meeting
The Men's Fellowship of the
Cristobal Union Church will meet
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. The pro-
gram will include a newly releas-
ed film and an information quiz
for teams.
The new officers will assume
their duties at this meeting;. The
president is Guy de Long, vice-
presidents. Carl Maedl and Hugh
Cassibry and secretary-treasurer.
Lt. John Nolan.
Benefit Bingo
A benefit bingo game will be
held at the Knights of Columbus
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Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Gingolre
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Robert S. Fahle. who leave today
for Seattle, Washington.
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Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
A high spot of my sojourn in California was a visit with Erie
|8tanley Gardner, the phenomenally prolific and perennially
Isuperauccessful creator of mystery stories.
Any man who writes for a living may well worship this star.
I whose published works are counted by the scores, whose reprints
lhave run up a sale of 56,000,000 copies, whose original trade edition
I out put has sold beyond 5,000.000 copies, and who has become by
fiar the most widely read author in the land.
I am not a mystery-story fan; but I am a Gardner nut.
His Perry Mason novels thrill me by their masterly
scorn for the banal devices which a hundred floundering
dabbler* employtheir shameless padding, their queer
and unhealthy characters, their hasty and preposterous
"solutions" and their frivolous abuse of a type of escape
reading which Gardner proves aiain and again can be
made a form of popular art.
I drove about 100 miles from Beverly Hills toward San
IDiego, along the ocean route, to Gardner's retreat, a 3.000-acre
[preserve he calls Rancho de Paisano, near the remote village of
iTemecula. Cal.
Here he lives and works and operates what he calls his "flc-
|tion factory."
He has a hospitable main house, surrounded by cabins and
Iguesi hut.s. all modern despite the Isolation. Besides these there
[are a half-dozen modern trailers, one of them for himself, which
Ihe has hauled into the middle of the wilderness so he can be
alone to plot and polish.
A stocky, handsome fellow, with blond, short hair
that reveals not a touch of array despite his 62 years (this
week), he is a hearty host and a surefire tale-teller. He has
been everywhere. His hobby is solvine true crime problems,
especially getting innocent men out of prison. He is as
brilliant a lawyer as his Mason and as keen a detective
as his Paul Drake. He travels the whole map following his
unique fad and studying the latest in scientific detection.
At his Job, he employs five secretaries, who must live on the
ranch.
He dictates Into a speaker/revises copy and proofs, and carries
an an Incredibly voluminous correspondence in the Dursult of
Ills outside activities. He is Mr business in himself and his Income
something spectacular.
Gardner doesn't drink to speak of. has no nightlife or citv
times (when he must go to Hollywood on radio or other pro-
fessional maters he rarely stays overnight) and he revels In his
node of living. His pet daily diversion is ridinK his blooded horses.
le is an avid collector of rare objects from China, where he lived
|for years and learned Cantonese and several divergent dialects.
He spoke generously of my own books and other scribbling.
Phis was not the polite gesture to a guest and fellow-pro. His
Dmments and questions proved he had read the stuff, and that
lave me a bang.
It has been my privilege to meet almost every author of note
\n my generation. Most of them are rather musty highbrows or
nobs or eccentrics. I do not court them as a class. Talking shop
usually boresome.
But Gardner Is a genius, one who has taken over a difficult
borner of the field and given It vitality, entertainment, suspense.
Surprise and human protagonists where hundreds of rivals, many
ft them limping Imitators, are miserably Incompetent and sadly
lateurish.
Gardner's specialty, his never-failing climax, is the courtroom
cene, the brilliant cross-examination. But the rest of his story
Jiever flags. His narrative is swift and straightthe start, the
exposition, the progress, the developing puzzle, the conflict, then
Ihe knockout punch.
That Is the most simple and the most difficult of fiction con-
struction, shedding all temptations to detour and discourse, phllo-
Dphlze, analyze, describe at gluey length, stagger off the main
Itory line.
"The problem that is the chief bother of the mystery
writer," Gardner said to me. "is to make your sleuth so
dumb on Page 13 and so brilliant on page 232."
That Is where so many who whack away at It go wrong.
They retch and squirm to Invest their principal characters
kith weird personalities and faculties. Even the master of them
111. Conan Doyle, felt he had to make Sherlock Holmes a hop-
liead. undoubtedly to veil him in a vapor not common to men
lenerally. and thus twist him in and out of contrived situations.
There Is nothing peculiar set up in the nature of Perry Mason
Ir Paul Drake or Mason's Rood right hand Delia Street. Th^v are
lormalexcept that they are loyal, shrewd, bold and hep to the
Irailtles of humans.
That Is honest writing, no matter what the subject matter.
Ind lew who tackle fiction dare trust themselves to try It. I
Eund it a rare pleasure to tell Erie Stanley Gardner how humbly
Kne who follows the calling himself admires and salutes him.
Labor INews
And
CiOmment
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THE MAIL BOX
The Panamo American
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lie Editor
itter Box.
Will you please print this ALERT for those who patronize
I e Commies?
Something has been started In the commies which smells
I sharp practice In order to make you spend more out of your
! oks than vou think you are spending unless you look very
\ refully at the new price tags attached to some of the goods.
For instance Look at the price tag on the sliced ham
|e 60* Is very plain to be seen also the Lb. mark but if you
pk very carefully vou will see a tinv Va stuck before the Lb.
Other articles are similarly deceitfully tagged so you think
fu are getting a pound for the large figure on the tag Many
Iks do not notice how much is beinR ripped out of their books
d there Is where the trick pays dividends for the Commissary.
Perhaps if you go to dry goods they will have socks and
>cklngs marked 40> Yt PAIR and 60i V2 PAIR.
Some brain buster must have earned himself a 25 dollar
Idus for this unethical trick in merchandising so WATCH
l)UR COMMI8SARY BOOK when you buy in the future.
Housewife Caught.
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OF DRYDOCKS, NAMES AND HIGHWAYS
Cristobal.
July 22
ar Mall Box:
| I noticed in this morning's paper and also last Wednesday's
per that the "Republic of Colombia'' will go on drydock as
un as she unloads her cargo. For your Information, the ship
s been In drydocks all week and can plainly be seen from
livar Highway. Are your Atlantic Side reporters nearsighted?
I I also note that some fool Congressman wants to change the
pie of Gatun. If such a measure passes. I move we Ignore it
mpletely. the same as Congressmen Ignore us in the Canal
foe so completely.
Very truly yours,
Cristobal Crli.
PS The M. E. Division (Pardon me, the M. Division i did
[;ood Job on the turn off Into the Trans-Isthmian from Ran-
\ ph Road, now how about the Intersection of Randolph Road
I ,h Bolivar Highway at Silver City? There Is a lot of room
I a 4-lane road from there Into Cristobal If a few lamp-posts
're shifted. They could also lift the road at approaches to
dges on the Trans-Isthmian to eliminate the bumps.
Dear Cristobal Cris:
From reliable sources (Port Captain and Agent of
the Ship also) we were informed that the Colombia went
into dry-doek late Friday after her cargo was unloaded.
Oar vision Is M-M....
C.Z. Reporter.
By SEN. ROBERT A. TAFT
(Victor Riesel Is on vacation.
Senator Robert A. Taft is sub-
stituting for him today as spe-
cial guest columnist.)
WASHINGTON In 1949 the
Senate passed a number of cor-
rective amendments to the Taft-
Hartley law. They were blocked
in the Labor Committee of the
House of Representatives because
the Administration and the labor
union officials took the position
that they must have repeal of the
whole law or nothing.
Secretary Tobln and the CIO
still take that position and up to
date, while many amendments
have been discussed, none has
been given consideration by the
Labor Committee, either In the
Senate or the House. It Is natur-
ally feared that If the subject is
opened at all, there may be an-
other knock-down, drag-out bat-
tle on the whole Issue.
Various A.F. ot L. unions, how-
ever, have recently pressed for
amendments.
Among those passed last year
by the Senate, to which there
would be general agreement, is
the repeal of the requirement
for an election for the union
shop; repeal of the requirement
that officers of employes (com-
panies), as well as officers of
labor unions, sign anti-Com-
munist oaths; and granting of
permission to the unions, under
a shop contract, to have Com-
munists fired from their* Jobs
when they are no longer mem-
bers of the union.
A series of procedural amend-
ments has been agreed to under
the auspices of the American Bar
Association by lawyers represent-
ing both labor unions and em-
ployers to speed up the procedure
of the National Labor Relations
Board.
A.F. of L. unions In the build-
ing trades and maritime Indus-
tries are pressing for amend
ments to modify the closed shop
provision. The prohibition of the
closed shop is an essential prin-
ciple of the Taft-Hartley law.
There is certainly little free-
dom left in this country If a
man has to Join a union before
he can get a Job, and please the
bosses of the union if he wants
to get or keep a Job.
The union officials have fought
for this provision largely because
It gives them arbitrary power
over their men.
Some modification In the pres-
ent law is certainly possible to
meet the special conditions In
these two industries. The build-
ing trades want the right to
make a contract in advance to
supply labor for special Jobs, par-
ticularly In remote locations.
This Is really a modification of
the Wagner Act rather than the
Taft-Hartley Act, because they
want to make a contract before
there are any employes to choose
any union as their representative.
In both cases It Is true that the
unions are in a position to sup-
ply the skilled labor necessary
and that many employers desire
to deal with them.
It is possible without permit-
ting a closed shop to give these
unions the right to act as em-
ployment agencies, If they are
not exclusive and the employer
has the right to employ someone
else if he wishes to, or If the union
itself In Its contract binds itself
to recommend both union and
non-union men without discrim-
ination.
Can't Take It With You
^wiY WASHINGTON
MERRY-60-ROUND
y DREW PEARSON
Look Who's Stalking
By BOB RUARK
If there is a union shop con-
tract, of course, the non-union
men furnished would have to
ioln the union within a reason-
able time30 days under the
Taft-Hartley Act.
One other solution is proposed:
that closed shop contracts be per-
mitted, but that the government
undertake to guarantee an open
union. In other words, unions ob-
taining such contracts might be
subject to government regulation
as to their rules for admitting
and expelling members, as to
handling seniority questions, and
as to the periodic election of of-
ficers.
The attack on the freedom of
the Individual workers results
from the closed shop plus the
closed union. One or the other
must be open.
The original Committee consi-
dered this solution, but decided
against it because it Involved so
much governmental interference
in the Internal affairs of unions.
In any event, I believe that
Congress should give careful con-
sideration to amendments and
adopt those necessary to correct
mistakes In the Taft-Hartley law,
or to meet special conditions
where the general provisions of
the law are not applicable.

GRUMMETTI CAMP, Tanganyika. *. It is
against the game laws of Africa to shoot any-
thing bu' vermin, such as hyenas and wild dogs,
from a car. Mostly the law says you must be
500 yards away from the vehicle when you fire,
otherwise the killing of the fiercest animal Is
little less than slaughter.
In the case of Bwana Simba, the lion, a car
five feet uway from you is no asylum from a
determined charge, and since lions are shot at
an average range of about 25 to 30 yards you
are close enough to Simba to feel rather lone-
some when that Jeep is roaring off, leaving you
and the lion on equal footing. It puts a power
of responsibility on your back and In your
shooting eye.
My guy, Harry Selby. claims that the closer
you are to a beast the better your chances of
killing him outright, thus preventing the neces-
sity of'going against him in the bush when he
i-: hurt and mean and sure to cons barreling
out at'a rate of about 100 yards per 'seven sec-
onds. Harry likes to get close enough to smell
the critter's breath, to see what he ate for his
last meal. I am shy. myself.
I recently killed two lions in the first three
days of actual hunting. Both, thank the Lord,
were brain shots, and Brother Selby did not
heve to back me up, nor did we have to go
plunging Into the bush. Llon-Mlling is the
easiest thing in the world If done right and
can be the toughest if any little cog slips. We
slipped a cog on the second Simba, and it could
have been very nasty.
We have a Wa-Ikoma tracker named Kibiritl.
who thinks like a lion and who can produce
lions out of hats, but we didn't need him on
Simba I. whom we named Russell Nype In
honor of his crew-cut mane.
This old boy was snoozing under a tree when
we spotted him from the huntinR car. He look-
ed as big as a horse, and did turn out to be
a ten-footer. His head seemed as big as a
bale of hay. Selby, the pro, reconnoltered and
decided we would take him from such-and-such
an angle. I took the scope off the .375, said a
mild prayer, and prepared to die.
We revved up Jessica, the Jeep, and passed
the lion behind tlump of brush some 200
yards away. As the Jeep, driven by Kldofo,
one of the bearers, passed the clump, Selby and
I tumbled out of the open door and began to
crawl. It seemed to me as if we cr&wled for
a couple of years. Harry finally touched me on
the shoulder.
"We're close enough," he said. "Get up on
one knee and pop him behind the ear. You've
got to go for the head because the rest of him
Is in the grass."
I reared up and there was Russell Nype look-
ing me smack In the eye at 25 yards with the
coldest yellow stare I ever saw on man or beast.
He opened his mouth and the fangs were as big
an railroad spikes, or so they seemed. His crew-
cut mane made him look meaner and less dig-
nified than most Hons I have met socially.
The gun went Off. possibly by Its own volition,
and Russell Nype flopped over like a big old
dog, and I had become Bwana Ruark, the slay-
er of Simba.
The first bite from the Winchester had taken
ofl the top of his brain pan. It was only later
that I began to shake, and much later before
I began to brag.
It seems that in Russell Nype I had slain a
sort of local scourge, a nasty old boy a couple
years past his prime, who had taken to gobbling
up the occasional cow and who had. on occa-
sion, mauled some of the natives who objected.
He was a huge beast, with paws as big as
pumpkins and claws like harrow-rakes. The
mane wasn't much up top. but luxuriant below,
and anyhow it was a Hon.
My first Hon.
And I wish to tell you now that there Is
nothing more insufferable than a man who has
killed his first lion except possibly a man who
has killed his second, two days later, which Is
what I did.

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WASHINGTON. There Is a fairly simple ex-
planai ion of the strange ritual at Kaesong
the talks about a ceasetlre, as a prelude to an
armistice, as a prelude to peace negotiations,
which are carried on while the Korean fighting
also continues. The ceasefire and armistice are
in fact expected to be the last serious acts of
the Korean drama.
No dbubt. when and if the generals and ad-
mirals successfully complete their labors at
Kaesong, the diplomats and statesmen will go
to work in their turn, under somewhat less
primitive conditions. No doubt there will be
peace negotiations, with all the familiar trap-
pings of agendas, proposals and counter-pro-
po.sals, and loud haggllngs about the meaning
of such terms as "free elections." But almost
no one hopes that these negotiations will ac-
complish anything.
Gen. Nam II and Gen. Tung Hua clearly hold
this view. Hence the North Korean and Chi-
nese representatives are trying to crowd into
the Kaesong agreement clauses that belong in
a final settlement, such as provision for with-
drawal of all foreign troops, from Korea.
Equally, the same view is held by the leading
personalities in Washington and Tokyo. And
that is why Vice Admiral Joy and his delega-
tion are proceeding with such meticulous de-
liberation, even although this means that the
somewhat desultory fighting is thereby prolong-
ed
The reasons for this view are also plain
enough. After a ceasefire and armistice, each
side will hold roughly half of Korea.
Each will demand a final settlement on Its
own terms the United Nations calllnR for a
settlement responsive to the wishes of the Ko-
rean people: the Communists demanding a "de-
mocratic" settlement which will ensure Commu-
nist control of the country. This sort of nego-
tiation Is doomed to deadlock before it begins.
What then will be the consequences, If the
bitter, bloody war In Korea simply tails out in-
to a ceasefire and armistice, without the formal
peace agreement that customarily concludes
wars? Where will it leave us? Not too badly
off. appears to be the answer.
It is possible, in the first place, that defense
of the post-armistice status quo can eventually
be left to a greatly strengthened South Korean
army, provided the Chinese also wish to recall
their "volunteers" on reasonable terms and at
a reasonable time.
If not. some United Nations troops will have
to be retained in Korea, as a safeguard against
renewed aggression. But even If the American
forces are thus prevented from saying a final
farewell to a country they do not love, there
will still be substantial consolations, both posi-
tive and negative.
first, since Japan is so near, the Korean gar-
rison can be relatively small. Most of the
American divisions can be pulled back to Japan
or brought home.
Second, even a small U.N. garrison will'be a
better guarantee against renewal of Korean
hostilities than any peace treaty.
No doubt its retention will be denounced by
the same Senators who have attacked the Ad-
ministration for being overly hasty in recalling
American troops from Korea three years ago.
Yet Gen. MacArthur himself planned to leave
U.N. forces in Korea for several years, at the
time when he expected to conquer the whole
country.
Third, on the larger question of peace treaty
vs. no peace treaty, there is one advantage in
having no peace treaty thai almost no one
seems to have thought of. In brief, the an-
nounced American policy la to neutralize For-
mosa for the duration of the Korean war; and
tiiis has been somewhat grudgingly accepted by
the world at large.
But if the Korean war is formally terminated,
and we still seek to continue the neutralization
of Formosa, we shall run Into the worst trouble
with our allies and In the United Nations that
we have seen yet. In blunt language, we will
not have a leg to stand on, and the resulting
ruckus will risk splitting the Western alliance
fiom nave to chops.
On the other hand. If the Korean fighting
Just tails out into a ceasefire, armistice, and
deadlocked peace negotiation, the whole status
quo will be perpetuated. Including the neutral-
ization of Formosa. It can and will be con-
tinued, under these conditions, without too
much difficulty. And so we shall be borrowing
a useful leaf from the book of the other side.
The plain truth Is that this wind-up of the
Korean fighting Is a rather special test of
American political sophistication. Shall we. be-
cause there Is no formal peace, feel cheated?
Shall we, because there Is no more war. relax
our whole defense effort? In that case, we
shall be proven fools.
Or shall we soberly take the result In Korea
for what It Is a handsome though not deci-
sive victory and go on with our defense ef-
fort, because we realize that no local victory
will remove the danger hanging over us? In
that case, we shall be proven wise Indeed.
(Copyright, 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drew Pearson says: Acheson wary of Communist peace
motives; Cong. Vinson resents committee criticism; Sec.
Chapman foils special oil interests.
WASHINGTON.Secretary of State Acheson has Instructed
tmerican embassies throughout the world to play down the
,niies oI Peace ln Krea. Acheson has sent a confidencial cable
to U.S. diplomats abroad that there Is absolutely no sign the Com-
munists are sincere in their desire for permanent peace.
On the contrary, he says, all available evidence indicates the
Communists hope to trap U.N. armies with their guard down and
launch a sneak attack.
Acheson's pessimism finds support In another quartera
combined analysis by the top Far aast strategists for the Army,
Navy, and Air Force. They have submitted a report to the Joint
Chiefs of Staff warning that the Chinese seek only a temporary
armistice which will give them time to build up for another strike.
Tnls report does not make it clear, however, whether the Chin-
ese will strike in Korea or at French. Indochina.
Apropos of this, the trench ambassador, Henri Bonnet, has been
calling at the State Department to warn of a pending attack on
Indo-China. The French now want to Include that area ln the
linal Korean settlement, ln order to bring real peace to the Orient.
Indochina, the French indicate. Is far wealthier than Ko-
rea; is the gateway to Burma, Singapore, and India; and, if
fighting in Indochina could be stopped, and entire army would
be released to support Elsenhower ln Europe.
GEORGE WASHINGTON
Here is what George Washington wrote about inflation and
price control on March 31. 1779, ln a letter to James Warren.
"Is the paltry consideration of a little dirty pelf to In-
dividuals to be placed in competition with the essential rights
and liberties of the present generation, and of millions yet
unborn?
"Shall a few designing men for their own aggrandizement,
und to gratify their own avarlcie, overset the goodly fabric we
have been rearing at the expense of so much time, blood and
treasure, and shall we at last become the victims of our own.
abominable lust for gain?
"Our cause is noble, it is the cause of mankind; and the
danger to It Is to be found within ourselves."
NEWS LEAK
Salty Congressman Carl Vinson of Milledgevllle, Ga., Chair-
man of the House Armed Services Committee, sizzled the other
day over a news leak to Drew Pearson.
The story he didn't like was about a subcommittee report
lnferentially criticizing him for wanting a Marine Corps ware-
house built Inland at Albany, Ga., ln his district, when the
Marines who would use the warehouse were located several
hundred miles away on the seacoast at Camp Lejeune, N.C. and
Cherry Point. N.C.
Congressman Herbert Bonner of North Carolina la chair-
man of a subcommittee Investigating these matters, so the
nentleman from Georgia fixed him with a gimlet eye.
"I understand," he said, "that you have been giving in-
formation to Drew Pearson. Don't you like the way we do
things In my committee?"
The scrappy North Carolinian, who incidentally did not
happen to be the source of the story, bridled.
"Carl," he fired back, "I gave no Information concerning
you to Drew Pearson or any other columnist. I don't know what
you're talking about, but I resent your inference that I did
something untrustworthy. When I have something to say about
a fellow, I say it to his face, not behind his back."
This was a golden opportunity for congressman Frank Boy-
kin of Mobile, Ala., whose motto is "everything is made for
love" and who Intervened as peacemaker.
"I know he didn't talk to Pearson," he soothed. "It was
somebody else. Something ought to be done about these rats
who tell things to columnists."
\0
SPECIAL-INTEREST AMENDMENT
During the height of the runaway House debate on price
controls, all kinds of special-interest amendments were thrown
into the hopper against the consumer, and most of them stuck
Finally, handsome Congressman Ken Regan of Texas tried his
hand at it.
Regan is close to the big oilmen of Southwest Texas and
he introduced an amendment taking the control of all minerals
away from the Interior Departmenta place where alert Se-
cretary of the Interior Oscar Chapman has kept a close eye
on the oil companies.
However, Chapman also keeps a close eye on Congress. And
a few minutes after Regan introduced his amendment, Chap-
man heard about it and had Speaker Sam Raybufn on the
phone.
"Your friend Ken Regan has Just stuck in an amendment
putting all minerals under an Independent agency," Chapman
told Rayburn.
"He did. did he?" replied Rayburn. who considers the In-
terior Department one of the best run ln Washington. "Well,
I'll see to that."
And he did. When the amendment came up for a vote, it
was overwhelmingly defeated.
GENTLEMAN FROM INDIANA
Congressman Charlie "Two Cadillac" Halleck of Indiana Is
not only an adroit debater, but uses plenty of scathing sarcasm
to silence his opponents. In the recent price-control debate,
however, he met more than his equal ln an Irishman from
Brooklyn, peppery Donald OToole.
"During the years I've been ln the House," said the Brooklyn
Democrat, answering a bitter Halleck attack against price con-
trols, "I've found the gentleman from Indiana very amusing.
His ability to talk around a bill without disclosing his point
of view has given me many a laugh.
"The gentleman is like the late James J. Corbett, former
heavvweight champ, who was famous after he retired for his
inability to pick a winner," continued O'Toole. "Mr. Halleck has
an Inability to feel the pulse of the people and know their
wants.
"I recognize the gentleman for his courage, his courage to
fight for minorities. In "this case, the minorities are the Na-
tional Association of Manufacturers, the National Real Estate
BoarH. and the National Chamber of Commerce."
(Copyright, 1951, by the Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
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CINCO CENTESIMOS
ESTUDIASE CONTRAPROPUESTA
COMUNISTA PRESENTADA AYER
Llegan a Corea
Aunque no se especifica cual
es la posicin de los rojos
se la califica de interesante
Se han logrado progresos considerables hasta el
punto que los aliados piden un receso para
estudiar la propuesta
BASE DE AVANZADA, Julio
25 (P) Lfc delegacin co.nu-
r.ista present una nueva j.re-
puesta en las negoclaclonas ,-a
ra el cese de fuego y los aba-
cios anunciaron que se ha lo-
grado "un progreso considera-
ble"-
El comunicado de las Nacio-
nes Unidas no especifica la
nueva propuesta comunista, si-
no que slo dice que es lo "ru-
licientemente interesante" pa-
ra que los aliados pidan un r3-
ceso hasta las dos de la tarde
del jueves (media noche de hoy,
hora local i para estudiarla ue-
talladamente.
El anuncio aliado dijo que en
la sesin de hoy se discutltion
solamente las cuestiones de ca-
rcter general sobre el retiro de
tropas extranjeras de Corea.
La sesin de sta maana fu
dedicada enteramente a las de-
claraciones del Vicealmirante C.
Turner Joy en respuesta a una
pregunta comunista, "de mane-
ra que no haya ningn mal en-
tendimiento de sus declaracio-
nes ms significativas". Sin em-
bargo, el comunicado de las Na-
ciones Unidas no dijo cules e-
i an esas "declaraciones ms -if
niflcativas".
Adeudan al Estado
17.000 balboas en
cuentas por agua aUTOS atmCdS
tin de la agenda. La cuestin
general sobre la inclusin en la
agenda del retiro de las tropas
extranjeras de Corea fu discu-
tida ampliamente y la nueva
pi opuesta hecha por los comu-
nistas ha sido lo suficientemen-
te interesante para que la dele-
gacin de las Naciones Unidas
pida un receso para examinar
el asunto detalladamente.
"Despus de la propuesta del
General Nam II, el resto de la
tarde fu dedicado a la explo-
racin y clarificacin de am-
bos bandos con preguntas y res-
puestas a travs de la me3a de
conferencias.
"La sesin de la maana fu
dedicada a unas declaraciones
del Vicealmirante Joy quien ex-
pres los puntos de vista de las
Naciones Unidas sobre la agen-
cia propuesta por los comunis-
tas en la reunin anf-erior. Es-
tas declaraciones fueron en ken
testacin a una pregunta "necha
por el Jefe de la delegacin co-
munista y a fin de que no haya
malos entendimientos de sus De-
claraciones ms significativas
"El Ahnteante Joy autorizo al
cicial de enlace de las Naciones
Unidas para que le alera a la
delegacin comunista unexac-
Cerca de diez y siete mil bal-
boas se adeudan por agua al
Estado, segn Informes obteni-
dos en fuentes oficiales. La cre-
cida suma incluye personas que
deben hasta trece meses de es-
te servicio.
La Seccin de Acueducto del
Departamento de Rentas Inter-
nas se propone intensificar es-
tos cobros a pesar de que al-
gunos funcionarios eran de pa-
recer que se declararan caduca-
das estas cuentas, criterio que
ha sido rechazado por el Mi-
nisterio de Hacienda y Tesoro.
Tmanse medidas
para proteger a
los jubilados
El Gerente de la Caja del
Seguro Social, Licenciado Ma-
nuel Solis P. convoc ayer a
una reunin a los jefes del de-
partamento de la Institucin
con el fin de llegar a un a-
cuerdo con relacin a las pen-
siones y Jubilaciones.
Se resolvi y recomend en la
reunin que la mejor forma de
ayudar a los asegurados seria
pagndoles quincenalmente a
todos los jubilados y pensiona-
dos con el fin de que no cal-
Quedar resuelto la prxima
semana el problema del arroz
Present credenciales esta
maana el Embajador Wiley
Elevan memorial
al Fiscal 2o los
presos polticos
BASE DE AVANZADA, julio -
85. (UP). Se han recibido in-, gan en manos de agiotistas.
formes de que las unidades de
artillera de las Naciones Uni-
das han sido equipadas con
proyectiles atmicos, pero los
crculos oficiales mantienen un
silencio sepulcral.
El informe de ios proyectiles
Con el fin de defender los
Intereses de los asegurados y
ayudar a las construcciones de
viviendas, se ha establecido una
serle de especificaciones mini-
mas para las peticiones de prs-
tamos hipotecarlos, para que no
atbmic* YuvoYu or'.gSn 'en Es- se utilice el .dinero prestado
tados Unidos. Un General de
Brigada, cuyo nombre no quie-
re que se use, dijo que no cree
en esos informe*.
Por su parte, el General Wi-
lliam P. Nuckols, sub-Jefe de
Informacin de la Fueraa A-
rea dijo que "no ha habido nin-
gn anuncio oficial en lo con-
cerniente a proyectiles atmi-
cos. En caso de que esas mu-
niciones existan, dudo de que
se haga algn anuncio preli-
minar".
para la compra de terrenos o
carros, como han venido ha-
ciendo algunos asegurados ayu-
dados por constructores ines-
crupulosos.
Una fase del Insistente rumor
El cmurilcado de las Naci- to en ingls de sus declara-
res Unidas, deca: "En la .f-
na reunin entre, los delegtio"!
munstas se legr un projfrf-o
gr
ifla
c<.npldernbl* ham la form;,la-
clones.
"La prxima
reunin deber
Varios de los detenidos polti-
cos han presentado una solici-
tud al Fiscal Segundo, Lie. Da-
ro Sandoval, para que se or-
dene su libertad al no haber ' ''h!n'T'Tore*. e
____^__ ....i,,... General Marshall a torea ei
mas del Lie. Juan de Dios Po-; nrovec.i|,
veda, Rolando Linares y otros, v
debe ser resuelta hoy por la E, informe sobre los proyectl-
Fiscalia. ^ atmicos, publicado en Ksta-
Segn declaraciones hechas jos unidos, dice que se trata
por los detenidos, ya estn ca- de provectiles de 155 milmetros
si terminadas las Investigado- p.r artillera,
nes sobre los sucesos del dia 10
de Mayo, y no se ha encontra-
do motivos para mantenerlos
encarcelados.
El Alcalde de Coln
pide informes sobre
existencia de arroz
COLON, Julio 25 (AMILa
Se esperan ms de
24.000 quintales
en estos das
El problema de la escasea
de arroz quedar resuelto du-
rante la prxima semana, se*
gn nos manifest en la ma-
ana de hoy el Lie. Eduardo
Vallarino Gerente del Banco
Agropecuario e Industrial.
Esta aseveracin se basa
en que el domingo prximo
llegar a Panam procedente
de Costa Rica un cargamento
de mil quintales de arroz, el
lunes o martes otro de Nica-
ragua de trece mil y en el
curso de la semana un envo
de Ecuador, que consta de
diez mil quintales.
Con estos veinticuatro mil
quintales el problema queda-
r resuelto, ya que dina el
Con motivo de la presentacin de credenciales eUunoEm. margen necesario pal
.,CC?r?N^Mnaif d/rnTn ha b-J* Alcalda Munlc'Pa* de n! *' Exctno. Sr. Presidente de Panam, don Alcibiades Arosemena "f _.
expedido comunica o por medio of|jgg un brjndi| en fc Presidencill de ,a Repblica. En la ante- <
del cual ha solicitado ai co- rJor fotograf1| Temos de derecha a izquierda al Presidente don
mercio local Informar a ese AU.Dades Arosemena y a S. E. John C. Wiley.
despacho el dato exacto de la | A| prescnUr ias cartas credenciales, el Embajador de Estados
existencia que tengan de arroz. Vnloa niio votos por la amistad perdurable entre Panama y
Este dato debe ser enviado a Erados Unidos diciendo entre otras cosas que "este ejemplo de
Respetar los
t las''acones nirtes y los (o- celebrarse maana a las dos de f||0fQ{ TCdleS
el Emir Naif
la tarde hora de Sel (media
noche de hoy, hora local.)
La licitacin para el nuevo
Iromo por B. 1.552.000
fue ganada por la Framorco
La otra CompaaCorporacin de Ingeniera
present oferta por B.l ,720,000
AMMAN, Julio 25 ( UP) El
Regente de Jordania, Emir Nuif,
declar que rogar a Dios paia
fl O CCO AAA que su hermano mayor, el Frin-
Hipdromo por B. 1.55Z.0U &nt? sjlssh
a | y* t ffaRaUa DOr Itt rramOlCO hernit, sucediendo en el truno
al asesinado Rey Abdullah.
Naif, proclamado Regente de
Jordania inmediatamente des-
pus de la trgica muerle d".
La constructora Framorco.de nentes al hipdromo en 400,000 Abdullah en Jerusaln, desmin-
esta plaza y presidida por el I balboas.
Ing. Francisco J. Morales, gan1 OLa construccin de el
esta maana la licitacin para i sistema de plomera para el
la construccin del nuevo Hi- desage pluvial, Irrigacin, etc
pdromo Nacional, al presentar
una oferta de 1.552,000 bal-
boas, aproximadamente doscien-
tos mil balboas menos que la
oferta hecha por la Corpora-
cin de Ingeniera, S.A., de 1,-
720,000 balboas la otra compa-
a que se present a la licita-
cin.
La compaa Framorco prer
ent su oferta dividida en tres
partes:
A)Por el movimiento y ni-
velacin de la tierra para la
pista, el estacionamiento de ve-
hculos, aceras y lugares para
la tribuna y terraza... a un
costo de 955,000 balboas.
B) Por la construccin de la
terraza, tribuna, casilla para
jueces y dems edificios perti-
B-198.000.
Lo que hace un total de 1,-
552,000 balboas.
La Corporacin de Ingeniera
S.A'. present su oferta dividida
en dos partes:
A)Nivelacin del terreno y
preparacin para la pista, edi-
ficios y estacionamientos de
carros a un costo de 1,300,000
balboas.
tl con vehemencia las vello-
nes de que Talal haba sidy o-
bllgado a abandonar a Jorda-
nia por divergencias con Audu-
I'ah o el mismo Naif. Talal se
encuenta en Suiza restablecin-
dose de una crisis nerviosa.
Los soldados que estn en el
frente creen que los informes j DObllco consumidor debido al
Son ciertos y consideran que los| r\i-rtn rnmerclan-
rojos se han enterado de ello, he cho de que ciertos comercian
y es por esto que quieren ne-1 tes se han dedicado a la venta
ori.r el armisticio. del noz 'casado*".
amistad perdurable entre nosotros constituye un ejemplar mo-
numento a la viabilidad de la armoniosa coexistencia entre Us
naciones amantes de la libertad. Con ello predicamos Juntos la
doctrina que mejor puede contribuir a la tarea de salvaguardar
la civlliacin." ..
Por su parte, el Presidente Arosemena dijo que los hechos
quejas formuladas por parte de ^ demost^ado los sentimientos de amistad que posee el Go-
mas tardar el Jueves 26 de los
corrientes.
Todo parece Indicar que estas
medidas se toman a raz de las
Decae el optimisnfo en relacin con
el emprstito de fi/ 26,000,000.00
Segn comentarios de los ltimos das, parece haber de-
cado el optimismo que hasta hace poco haba en relacin
con las gestiones que realisa en los Estados Unidos la comi-
sin negociadora del emprstito de B/.26.000.*.
En fuentes oficiales no ha habido reaccin alguna en
rea Jn con esta situacin, pues se afirma que na se tiene
conocimiento de la marcha de las negociaciones, y que los l-
timos informes obtenidos fueron los que suministro el H.D.
Marco A. Robles, miembro de esa comisin, ruando regreso
de los Estados Unidos, hace una semana.
Segn lo convenido, la comisin debe enviar en sobre
cerrado las propuestas sobre el emprstito al Ministerio de
Hacienda, para ser consideradas en Consejo de Gabinete.
Estas propuestas an no han llegado.
bierno de Panam hacia Estados Unidos. Dijo el Presidente que
"en sta poca en que doctrinas exticas tratan de Interrumpir el
desarrollo normal de la filosofa democrtica en America, rana-
m, que es puente del mundo, necesita robustecer su economa
y sabe que para ello cuenta con el respaldo sincero de esa pode-
rosa nacin hermana." ^^___1-
Rumorase que un
escuadrn areo
llegar a Coln
CRISTOBAL. Julio 25. (UP>.
B> Construccin de la terra-
za, tribuna y dems edificios En el Sector Atlntlco clrcuian -.^.^fi^kTi'hl^'unTlaJ
con su sistema de desages. rmnrp_ in.i*trntp< dp nup ntro El Papa p, xn n,zo.un llam'1
plomeras etc. 420,000 balboas. SiSrto^e'^lon TavilS \to ^'"Ks
Sppn rierlnrnr nnps rindas ai__i__i-_nj -,,. i no* ra que Se cuiden ae Ciertas
"Los maestros deben cuidarse
de ciertas teoras modernas
del materialismo" Pi XII
Log educadores deben estudiar los medios para que
sus atronos reconozcan y respeten a la autoridad
VATICANO, Julio 25. (UP).
En hombros de ocho viejos
soldados de Francia baj
Henri F. Petain a su tumba
Miles de franceses se congregaron en la ruta para
presenciar el despacioso paso del cortejo
ILE D'YEU, Julio 25. (UP).,Francia se congregaron en la
El ex-Mariscal Henri Philippe
Petain hizo su ltimo viaje en
los hombros de ocho viejos sol-
dados de Francia hacia su tum-
ba en esta pequea isla.
El cortejo cargando el fretro
negro ali de Villa Lugo, en
donde muri el viejo ex-Ma-
rlscal despus de haber sido
trasladado de la sombra pri-
sin por motivos de salud hace
25 das.
Miles de franceses de toda
ruta del cortejo desde Villa Lu-
go a la pequea capilla de No-
tre Dame de Bon.
Mientras el cortejo avanzaba
despacio por entre la multitud,
la viuda del ex-Marlscal, ves-
tida de riguroso luto, fue con-
ducida a su asiento en la ca-
pilla, en donde estaban congre-
gados los miembros de la fa-
milia.
En Pars, mas d 600 perso-
(Pasa a la Pg. 5. Col. 7)
tanto nuestros product/am
comiencen a vender la cose-
cha del presente ao.
II Gerente Vaha-rioo jo
que estaba altamente agrade-
cido de la matter tas decid*
da y entusiasta coaw Go-
bierno de Caataa Rica, ayud
a nuestra laaMka en la
presente .f|mria ya qu
sin tener laborar aduccin te
habiafl cada enviando
atroz tar uvioa para aliviar
la angustiosa ahuacin qua
ha venido confrontndose
aqat
----------------------------..
Llega al Pas una
compatriota que
nos represent
Procedente de los Estados
Unidos acaba de llegar al pais
la seorita Flora Leila Noriega
luego de haber terminado bri-
llantemente estudios para Mas-
ter en Administracin Pblica
en la Universidad de Columbia
en Nueva York. La seorita
Noriega estudiaba becada por
el Instituto Internacional dt
Educacin y recibi tambin
cursos de especlallzacln en la
Universidad Americana da
Washington. Con anterioridad,
(PASA A LA PAG. 5 Col. 8)
INAUGURADA
I
ESTATUA DEL LIBERTADOR EN COLON
Segn declaraciones dadas a i ser asignado pronto a la Base
la prensa por el Ministro de Naval de Coco Solo.
Obras Pblicas, seor Norbertoj No se ha podido conseguir
Navarro, se espera que el nuevo una informacin oficial de la
hipdromo quedar terminado noticia, pero los rumores tam-
durante el prximo verano. rn fueron negados.
El Almirante Sherman en el "Mt. Olympus"
. que
teoriki modernas" del materia-
lismo qua estn siendo introdu-
cidas en el campo de la edu-
cacin.
Dijo l Papa que "la crisis
de autortad es uno de los
grandes nales de nuestra era.
Nuestros educadores catlicos
deben estudiar los medios para
obtener de sus alumnos, por
medio dti. ejercicio de su res-
ponsabilidad personal, el reco-
noclmiento'y respeto de la au-
toridad como medio lndlspen-
Conferencia sobre
el Seguro dictar
el Lie. Gmo. Amaya
sable para promover el bienes-
tar comn en una sociedad or-
denada.
"Los educadores catlicos no
deben contagiarse de los erro-
res que ciertas teoras moder-
nas, imbuidas de materialismo,
estn introduciendo en el cam-
po educativo. Los maestros ca-
tlicos deben evitar los peli-
gros de estas filosofas que con-
tienen tanto pragmatismo".
El Papa dijo que los educa-
dores catlicas antes que nada
deben tener un amplio cono-
cimiento de la historia de la
iglesia y sus enseanzas a fin
de que puedan Inculcar en sus
alumnos los sabios preceptos
del humanitarismo cristiano.
El Papa dijo que quera que
se le prestara especial aten-
cin al problema de la "for-
macin Integral del adolescen-
te dentro de la tradicin au-
torizada de la Iglesia, la cual
siempre es accesible al progre-
so de la ciencia, pero que est
Indisolublemente ligada al es-
pritu del evangelio".
Marinos norteamericanos car- dos Unidos muri el domingo de Almirante Sherman fue trasla-
gan el fretro del Almirante Fo- una trombosis coronaria des- dado luego a un avin de la
rrest P. Sherman cnvue'.to en u^s de naher com^ietado una Armada de Estados Unidos que
bo?dodedre8l buquWstentan"Mt: ""Pona, 'e n-i 6 dlolomtic. lo condujo a Washington en _
Olympus" en el da de ayer en en Esp.-a Dfra ura posible a- donde se le tributaran los n-' dagogtg en nuestra Universidad, Las pelculas que se exhib
la baha de aples. El Jefe del lianza militar entre ese pas y ores del hroe. (Tele-foto deen nombre de la Unin de Mu-, rn esta noch
Estado Mayor Naval de Esta- Estados Unidos. El cuerpo del' la NEA>
La Unin de Mujeres I.stme-
fias una serie de conferencias or-
ganizadas por dicha Institucin.
Esta primera charla estar i |_SL^ U... , U
a cargo del Secretarlo General CXHiDeH nOV Cn 19
de la Caja de Seguro Social.1
Licenciado Guillermo Amaya
Barrios y versar sobre puntos
generales de Seguridad Social.
El acto tendr lugar en el
Aula Mxima del Instituto Na-
cional a las ocho de la noche
7 ae invita a todos los Intere-
sados en la doctrina, los flne
y la tcnica del Seguro Social
y especialmente al Magisterio,
al profesorado, a los obreros y
a las delegaciones estudiantiles
ae los diferentes colegios loca-
6 Presentar al conferenciante', mente 'por la Oficina de R
la profesora Otilia Arosemena, laclones Publicas de la Emba-
de Tejeira. Catedrtica de Pe-' tada de Estados Unidos.
Cuatro pelculas
Soc. Chiricana
Han sido cedidas por
la Embajada de E.U.
La Sociedad Cvica de Chin-
anos presentar esta noche en
su local de reuniones en los al-
tos de la Bolsa del Brillante,
en Avenida Central y Calle 12
Este, cuatro Interesantes pel-
culas educativas cedidas gentll-
. en nomore ae i
ijeres Istmeas
tes;
Ante gran concurrencia congre-
gada en el Parque 5 de Noviem-
bre, fue descubierta ayer en ho-
ras da la maana la estatua
del Libertador Simn Bolvar,
que ha donado a esta ciudad
el Gobierno de Venezuela.
Despus de la ejecucin del
himno de Venezuela por la ban-
da de msicos del Cuerpo de
bomberos, el Embajador Ple-
lpotenclarlo doctor Cristobal
Mendoza. Jefe de la misin
eclal. hizc entrega de la es-
ua en vibrante decurso.
El Alcalde Municipal Jose D.
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nlcipalidad. Termin el acto el | El Dr. Cristobal H. Mendoza
seor Juan Villanl Alandete, hizo entrega de condecorado-
miembro del Centro Bolivaria- | nes en nombre del Gobierno ve-
no de Coln, quien declam un (nezolano al Alcalde J. D. Ba-
poema a Bolvar. I zn, al Licenciado Pedro F. Pm
Acto seguido se llev a cabo rrllla, comandantes Remn y
sesin solemne en el recinto del Vallarino y a don Pedro Daz,
Concejo en honor de la dele- del Ministerio de Relaciones Ex-
gacin venezolana, durante la terlores. A nombre de los con-
cua fueron ledas y entregadas decorados pronuncio discurso el
resoluciones declarando huspe- Licenciado Pedro Fernndez Pa-
des de honor a los visitantes y rrllla. Luego de ejecutados loa,
"ciudadanos honorarios de Co- himnos de Venezuela y Paa-
ln" al Embajador Castro G- m, el Presidente del Concejo
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EL MARISCAL PETA1N
Por fin, despus de muchos meses de prctica
afona, falleci en un islote del Atlntico y en ca-
lidad de prisionero. Henri Philippe Petain. La no-
ticia, desde luego, no sorprendi al mundo ya que
jera esperada en vista de la gravedad del casi cen-
tenario sobreviviente y hroe de Verdn. Sin em-
bargo, los mensajes que informaban sobre su muer-
te fueron recibidos en la generalidad de los casos
con una imprecisa emocin, evocando las ltimas
humillaciones y las pretritas glorias del viejo Ma-
riscal.
La personalidad polifactica del fallecido ha-
br de ser objeto de largas controversias en el cur-
so de la historia. De la discusin tendr que pro-
ducirse la luz sobre el cuadro de sus actuaciones
en la vida pblica. Los delitos que todava se le
imputan como cometidos durante la ocupacin ale-
mana tendrn que pasar por el crisol del tiempo
para aparecer.despus, ante el juicio sereno de los
crticos, confirmados o negados. Por el momento,
an cuando pesan sobre l los inmensos cargos que
motivaron su condena, no se puede establecer to-
dava la realidad de los hechos en sus mltiples as-
pectos. Hay indiciosmuy claros por ciertode que
el colaboracionismo del Mariscal Petain envolva un
sacrificio muy amargo, tendiente a aliviar a la po-
blacin francesa, que no poda ya combatir, de las
torturas a que habra de someterla el imperialismo
hitleriano. Bien podra resultar que el veredicto lo
hundiera en las aguas del desprestigio, as como
v no sera el primer caso de una reivindicacin.
Mucho trabajo tendrn los investigadores del
futuro cuando penetren, sin prejuicios ni apasiona-
mientos de ninguna ndole, en el prolongado cami-
no recorrido por Petain desd los das en que sim-
boliz eAherosmo francs hasta las horas grises
de su deshierro.
Parar mentras llega el fallo definitivo, miles
de personas,^ dentro y fuera de Francia, estn rin-
dindole tributo a su memoria.en lo que ella est
vinculada a episodios gloriosos que abrillantaron el
nombre de su Patria en el concierto de los pueblos
civilizados del mundo.
La figura del gran Mariscal era tema perma-
nente para la imaginacin fuera de las disciplinas
histcricaTTSieinpfe har surgir inquietantes inte-
rrogaciones y siempre ser un motivo de leyendas
por la diversidad compleja, severa unas veces v sen-
timental otras, de su discutida personalidad.
Por encima de; todas las contingencias de los
ltimos aos el pueblo francs tiene en estos mo-
mentos puesto su pensamiento y su mirada en la
lejana isla del atlntico cuyas entraas se abrirn
hoy mircoles para guardar silenciosamente los
despojos mortales del que en vida fuera Henri Phi-
lippe Petain, Mariscal de Francia.
Segn los informes trasmitidos por las agen-
cias de prensa, sobre su lpida solamente aparece-
r su nombre. Tal vez con el tiempo sus cenizas re-
posen en Pars al lado de los grandes exponentes
del genio militar francs, entre simblicos laureles
y flamantes guardias de honor.
Drew Pearson dice: Acheson se muestra dudoso de los
motivos que tuvieron los Comunistas para pedir las
negociaciones; filtracin de noticias.
La muerte de Sherman no ser
obstculo para que los E.U.
firme un Tratado con Espaa
El Almirante prepar el camino para una nueva
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WASHINGTON. El Secre-
tario de Estado. Dean Ache-
son, ha enviado instrucciones
a las embajadas de Estados
l'nidos en el mundo entero
para que no se muestren de-
masiado optimistas sobre una
posible paz en Corea. Acheson
envi un cable confidencial a
los diplomticos norteameri-
canos en el extranjero dicln -
doles que no hay un slo in-
dicio de que los comunistas
son sinceros en sus deseos pa-
ra una paz permanente.
A propsito de sto, el Em-
bajador Francs, Henri Bon-
net, ha estado visitando el De-
partamento de Estado para ad-
vertir sobre un posible ataque a
la Indo-China. Los franceses
quieren incluir esa rea en a!
arreglo final de Corea, a fin i!e
conseguir una paz real en el
Oriente.
Los Franceses dicen que In-
do-China es mucho ms rica
que Corea; que es la puerta de
entrada a Burma, Singapore
y la India; y que si la lucha en
WASHINGTON, Julio 25 (UP)
r- Las esferas oficiales'declara-
ron que el fallecido Almirante
Forrest Sherman prepar el C4-
mino para una nueva estrategia
norteamericana en el Mea.te-
rrneo en las gestiones que rea-
liz como Jefe del Estado Ma>or
*VJ contrario, dice Ache- Indo-China 'termina un eje'.-'
son toda la evidencia que se | cito entero quedar disponible
f mano lndlca Que ios I para apoyar a Eisenhower en
comunistas esperan sorprender Europa.
?, ftf eJrcl0' de 'as Naclonesl FILTRACIN
unidas con sus guardias bajas j El Congresista Cari Vinson de !
para lanzar ur ataque de sor- i Mllledgevllle. Ga., President!"del.
presa.
El pesimismo de Acheson
encuentra apoyo en otras
fuentes un anlisis combi-
nado de los estrategas para
I Lejano Oriente del Ejrci-
to, Armada y Fuerza Area.
Betos han enviado un infor-
me a los Jefes del Estado Ma-
yor Mixlo advirtindoles que
los chinos slo buscan un ar-
misticio temporal que les d
tiempo para preparar un nue-
vo ataque.
Este informe, sin embargo,
no aclara si los chinos ataca-
rn en Corea r en la Indo-
China Francesa.
Comit de Fuerzaa Armadas de
la Cmara, se enfureci el o-
tro dia por una noticia que
public Drew Pearson.
La noticia que no le gust
trataba de un informe presen-
tado por un Sub-Comlt criti-
cndolo por querer construir un j
depsito naval tierra adentro,!
en Albany. Ga., en su distrito! i
mientras que los marinos que I
debern usar el depsito se en-
cuentran estacionados a varios
cientos de millas de all, en la
costa de Camp Lejeune, North
Carolina.
El Congresista Herbert Bon- >
ner de Carolina del Norte es
presidente de un Sub-Comlt
que Investiga ate asunto, asi
que el caballero de Georgia lo
recibi con una mirada que ma-
taba.
'Tengo entendido", dijo, que
t le has estado dando Infor-
macin a Drew Pearson. Es
qu no te gusta cmo actua-
mos en mi Comit?"
"Cari", contest Bonn" "yo
no le he dado informacin al-
guna respecto a ti ni a Pear-
son ni a ningn otro colum-
nist a. No se de qu me ests
hablando, pero me siento o-
M'nilidn al insinuar t que he
cometido una Infidencia.
Cuando yo tenra algo que de-
cirte, te lo digo en tu cara, y
no detrs de t."
Esto le dio una bella opor-
tunidad al Congresista Frank
Boykm de Mobile, Ala., cayo
lema es "todo est hecho pa-'
ra amar", quien Intervino co-
mo apaciguador.
"Yo s que l, no lia habla-
do con Pearson", dijo. "Fue o-
tra persona. Ya es hora de que
hagamos algo sobre stas ra-
tas que le llevan cuentos a los
columnlstas."
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WASHINGTON, julio J5.
be marchar resueltamente a lo
largo de la ruta que se ha
trazado "hacia la paz mundial
y no por los desvos de la
poltica comunista", ha decla-
rado el General J. Lawton Co-
llins, lele del Estado Mayor del
Ejrcito de los Estados unidos.
El General Collins manifest
al Comit de Relaciones Exte-
riores de la Cmara de Re-
presentantes: "No debemos de-
jarnos arrastrar hacia la com-
Ucencia y la indecisin por la
isensatez. Debemos permane-
cer firmes en la senda qne he-
mos emprendido, pues el pe-
ligro persiste".
El Jefe del Estado Mayor de-
clar ante el Comit que est
considerando la peticin hecha
por el Presidente Traman en el
sentido de qu se destinen ocho
mil quinientos dlares para la
ayuda econmica y militar a
las naciones libres.
"La seguridad de Europa Oc-
cidental es vital para los Esta-
dos Unidos y la defensa de ella
es en efecto la defensa de los
Estados Unaos y de todos los
derechos y libertades que pro-
pugna nuestra gran nacin",
dijo el General Collins.
"Nuestro objetivo es generar
all el podero y la capacidad
de movilizacin que. Junto con
la estabilidad poltica, sean su-
ficientes para impedir que los
comunistas traten de apode-
rarse de la fuerza industrial de
Europa, que es superada solo
por la de los Estados Unidos",
expres el distinguido militar.
4
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4o. ANIVERSARIO
Da. . MARTES 31 de Julio
Donde.... FELIX
SUCURSAL EN AVE. TIVOLI
WASHINGTON, Julio 25.
(U8IS1. El Banco de Ex-
iortacin e Importacin ha au-
orizado un crdito de no ms
de siete millones y medio de
dlares para el sistema nacio-
nal de ierrocarriles de Espaa
a fin de mejorar sus condicio-
nes de transporte y movimiento
de minerales, y para reducir
las importaciones de carbn a
Espaa.
El crdito ayudar a los fe-
rrocarriles de Espaa a llevar
a cabo el program, de recons-
truccin ya iniciado, financian-
do tres tipos de compras, a
saber:
1Ferrovias y accesorios que
reemplacen a las secciones des-
! gastadas y que son importan-
tes para el trnsito interna-
cional y para las zonas dnde
estn situados los principales
centros de produccin de mi-
nerales en Espaa;
2Equipo de seales, nece-
sarios para dos de las siete
zonas del sistema ferrovial io,
i habiendo sido atendidas ya las
jotras cinco zonas;
3Locomotoras elctricas, e-
' quipo de reemplazo y otro equl-
| po necesario p:\ra la electrill-
i cacin de dos importantes pa-
sos en la linefc desde la fronte-
Ira, francesa hasta Gibraltar, y
para el aumento de la trac-
cin de carga y obtencin de
i economas en el uso del car-
bn, parte del cual tiene que
ser importado.
El crdito es una de la serie
que se facilitar a Espaa este
: ao de acuerdo con la autori-
zacin del Congreso par dar
crditos hasta por $62,500,000.
En febrero se autoriz una
partida de $12,200.000 para que
Espaa hiciera compras de al-
godn, abonos, equipo, agrcola
I y tractores.
' El diez de Julio el Banco de
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sido tomada haee varias sema-
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partir a mediados de Septiem-
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! ;or el momento slo se escoer
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al mdico a prevenir, diagnosticar y curar las
diferentes clases de anemia. No sea usted vctima
de la anemiala enfermedad extenuante. Haga que
su mdico lo examine ahora mismo.
Con "desconfianza" reciben
en EE.UU. el receso pedido
por los comunistas en Corea
M 1AVM los rusos, desin aiumoiaisi, cocina, lbrela ivtot es el desinfectante
fecuiosco IVSOLI de microbio con L\SOLl conerni'aJo. de ccis
Agregue 2hcucharadas de Aunque lo disuelva jabonosa, que nierminw
tVSOL a 5 litro de agua, muerta agua. LVSOl no los microb.os y limpia, al
LVSOL es i.iofensivo par pierde su enorme podar mismo tiempo
fiatura. orme o linleo, osiofeaut. .. - nrr n i n mu a am
Este es un anuncio de una serie dedicada a los
problemas de higiene y salud pblica. Al leerlo, apreciar usted
cmo la colaboracin estrecha con su mdico, no slo puede
proteger sino mejorar su bienestar fsico y mental, permitin-
dole disfrutar de una vida ms larga y saludable.
Ci9l. . a. aiuiw, u< ot.
Squibb
PRODUCTOS FARMACUTICOS
DESDE IS5I
WASHINGTON. Julio 25. I UP)
Ante el sorpresivo pedido co-
munista del aplazamiento de las
negociaciones para el cese de
luego en Corea, los medios di-
plomticos norteamericanos n*n
emprendido la bsqueda de in-
dicios sobre qu intenciones t'e
:ien ahora los rojos en Corea, y
otras partes de Asia, el Me-
ci Oriente y Europa-,
Ese pedido de aplazamiento
por cuatro das de las toniei.-i.
cias de Kaesong ha sido recibi-
do en los medios oficiales loca-
les con desconfianza y vigilan-
cia. Esos circuios no han queri-
do 'opinar si los comunistas chi-
nos y norcoreanos dejarn que
fracasen las gestiones de paz al
insistir en la retirada de las
tropas extranjeras de Coea. En
camMo, Estados Unidos ha de-
clarado abiertamente que no ce-
der en se punto critico.
En sta capital persiste la im-
presin de que los comunistas
pueden volver a atacar en Co-
rea despus de utilizar las ne-
gociaciones de la tregua para
prepararse militarmente. Eote
temor se vio robustecido al re-
cibirse noticias de aplazamiento
de las conversaciones. .
Lo nico que contrarresta 11
geranfente tal Impresin es el
nuevo nfasis puesto por Mo&ci
en la necesidad y posibilidad d
mejores relaciones entre el tu-
te y el oeste SI Rusia es since-
ta en tal nfasis, entonces IvJ
comunistas tendrn que renun-
ciar a sus exigencias del retiro
de tropas extranjeras Je Corea.
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para uas, bordar, babv
costara.
PRECIOS SORPRENDENTES
desde 35c. en adelante.
ABANICOS
ESPAOLES
motivos variados

al escoger un seleccionado
surtido de ropa interior
para sonoras. Tambin en
JERSEY do SEDA de la
famosa marca KATSER.
Camisones Peticotes Panties
Pericotes de Cintura
EN DIFERENTES TAMAOS.
CONTINUA
LA VENTA ESPECIAL DE
VESTIDOS
B;
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AHORA 1.75
MEDIAS PHOENIX para NIOS
lisas y a rayas en todos los tamaos.
Juegos de SABANAS y FUNDAS
de puro hilo bordados en Madeira.
FUNDAS
de PURO HILO
bordadas en Madeira por separadas
CORTINAS de BAO
Usas colores surtidos I .OU
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a 2.75
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L tJLNAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES. JULIO 25. 1951
Reporte Semanal

El Mercado de Arroz
en los Estados Unidos
SE ESPERA UNA BUENA
COSECHA
Los mercados del arroz es-
tuvieron bastante tranquilos
curan,c la semana pasada, de
acuerdo can informes del De-
partamento de Agricultura de
i.siaclos l'nidos. La nueva co-
secha continuaba progresando
en la mayora de los sectores
y se espera que sta establez-
ca una nueva marca. La re-
coleccan de la cosecha co-
mensar dentro de una sema-
na dwi das en el einturn
del tur.
ARROZ EN CASCARA
La cosecha de arroz en el
einturn del sur contina pro-
gresando. E Texas se con-
fia en que la cosecha ser muy
favorable, y la recoleccin co-
menzar la prxima semana.
Este ao at ban sembrado
1,959.0(0 acres, o sea 21 por
ciento ms que el ao pasadu
y 29 por cente ms que el
promedio de los ltimos diez
aos. Si los presentes clcu-
los resultan, la cosecha de es-
te ao ser mayor que la de
1949 en un cuatro por cien-
to y un II por ciento mayor
que la del ao pasado.
ARROZ DESCASCARADO
Los mercados'de arroz des-
cascarado estuvieron inactivos
en su mayora, y la demanda
' estuvo muy floja. Loa precios
se mantuvieron bastante fir-
mes. Las exportaciones estu-
vieron flojas, despus de las
enormes ventas. El total de
arroz descascarado exportado
desde Agesto de 19M asciende
a 7,406.365 quintales, De sta
cantidad, 1 6 8 0 quintales
fueron enviados a Blgica, u-
nos 89.000 a Suiza, 295.M0 a
Grecia y 27,000 a otros pases
de Europa. Las exportaciones
al Canad ascendieron a 90.-
000 quintales, mientras que t;.-
80,000 quintales fueron envia-
dos a Cuba, 261,000 a Venezue-
la, Vfl* Sudi Arabia,
196,000 a Japn y 112,000 a
otros pases.
Se han hecho varias ofer-
tas para la nueva cosecha,
ofrecindose el Zenith No. 1
en cascara a 59.M el quintal
entregado en ios molinos. En
el mercado de Houston se re-
portaron algunas cantidades
de arroz de grano grande con
4 por ciento de quiebre envia-
das a Cuba a $12.5012.75
el quintal, a $1150 can 3
por ciento de quiebre, y a
10.96ll.M con 54) por ciento
de quiebre.
En los principales centros
de distribucin el arroz se mo-
va con lentitud hacia los ca-
nales comerciales y la deman-
da era normal, comparada con
el mismo periodo el ao pasa-
do. Los precios se mantuvie-
ron Iguales a los de la semana
pasada.
Los mercados de California
se mantuvieron un poca ac-
tivos, pero tos rectos se man-
tuvieron casi firmes a S*.t5
9.50 el quintal del California
Pearl No. 1 puesto en San
Francisco. Los molinos esta-
ban ocupados enviando em-
barques a los Territorios pa-
ra llenar compromisos adqui-
ridos previament?.
----.------,----_,_----,
Quemaduras
De Sol
MeMcr'o olivto pronto el dolor,
rtfre.ca y calmo la ffqifad.
induciendo la lubricacin naluial ^
y ayudando a cicatrizar y !- \^
volver al cuts ui tena luavdod. \
^^^^iAAWkWWWi-
tierna
MEXSAHA
EMOUENTl BALSMICA
EMBl LLKtUORA
Suena paro i
MAN AN A f
ESTRENO!
LA PELCULA QUE LLEGARA A SU CORAZN!
-- con
CHACHITA
o Freddy FERNANDEZ
e DOMINGO SOLER
o MATILDE PALOU
CHACHITA, en su mejor
Interpretacin le arran-
car lgrimas de ternura...
"iN MEJORES LOS
POBRES...?
LOS GRANDES APRENDEN Y LOS CHICOS IMITAN!
PRESIDENTE
CON AIRE ACONDICIONAD t>'
* MAANA *
QUE COMEDIA!...
QUE DE LOS!...
Cuando un "viejo ver-
de" se enamora de una
linda muchacha que
resulta ser ......
su "hija"!

Fernando
SOLER
Rosita
QUINTANA
Sara
GARCIA
MI QUERIDO CAPITN
CRUCIGRAMA
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 6 1 10 11
12 13
15 16
1 18 19 P
21 22 1 84 25
28 89 SO
31 32 33 36
36 37 38
39 40 41 48 49| 43 44 45
k 47 48 50
51 52 53 54
55 56
67 H 59
"CASA DE JUEGO"
Encierra un drama de una significacin moral!
SE ESTRENARA EL JUEVES EN EL CENTRAL!
HORIZONTALES:
1Lago de Europa.
6Espacio de tiempo.
9Cabeza de ganado.
12Pone a tono un Instrumento
13El de la lmpara mara-
villosa.
15 Asuntos, argumentos.
16Personaje de la pera
"Ada".
17Constelacin.
18Oficial del ejrcito turco.
20Adverbio latino que signifi-
ca h> mismo.
21Nombre de mujer.
23Adverbio de lugar.
26Oxido de hierro.
27Con exceso de sal.
30Organizacin General
Obrera. Inlc.
31Extrela
34Anuncios.
36Punta afilada.
37Amrrelas.
'"^eJlla adornada.
41Altar
B de pez.
46Del verbo aliar. Inv.
48Baile tipleo canario.
60Clera, enfado.
61Grado naval.
53Libro sagrado de los
mahometanos.
66Transparente, claro.
66 Que carece de acento.
67Marchas.
68Hoja, purgante, Inv._______
DA SOCIAL
Apostolado de la Oracin
Iglesia de San Francisco, ciudad
El dia 27, viernes, a las 5
p.m. tendrn su reunin men-
sual las Celadoras del Aposto-
lado de la Oracin, en el Saln
Parroquial.
Si por algn motivo tiene que
faltar, recuerden la obligacin
de enviar quien las represente.
MAANA ESTRENO!
CENTRAL
iloMi al rojo
VIVO!
VICTOR MATURE
TERRY M00RE
WILLIAM 1INDIX
JVt0{
TEATRO
PRESIDENTE
35c.
HOY
DIA
POPULAR
ESTUPENDO doble PROGRAMA!
Una pelcula fuerte en un drama
con un Reparto Estelar!
FERNANDO SOLER
ROSARIO GRANADOS
GUSTAVO ROJO, en
EL GRITO
DE LA CARNE"
enrique Muio, en
DE HOMBRE A HOMBRE
59nicos.
VERTICALES:
1Hola de lata.
2Antigua ciudad de Jonia.
3Halagar, acariciar
4Nombre de mujer.
5 Aparato para pescar.
6Instrumento de percusin.
7Escuela Libre Alemana,
Inlc.
8Distradas, Inv.
9Ramos, ramilletes
10Contrincante, antagonista.
11Cdigo de peticin de
auxilio.
14Entregado
19Barrio de Conatantinopla.
22Agarradera
24Desages de las embarca-
clones.
26Nosotros.
28Dios mahometano
26Alga filamentosa.
31Sociedad Poltica Obrera,
Inlc. "
32Nombre de mujer.
33Principes sarracenos.
35Baile popular canario.
38Mamfero roedor.
40Apodo de las Rafaelas, Inv.
43Regln de Austria..
44Planeta del sistema solar.
45Abuelas, familiarmente.
47Remueven la tierra con el
arado.
49Del verbo sacar, Inv.
51Adventista. Abv.
52Letra castellana.
54Autillo.
PROGRAMA n76cdl
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William Bendix le Indica a la escultural Betty Underwood que sal-
ga del camarn antes de que l inicie la charla con Victor Mature,
en esta escena del romntico melodrama de la RKO Radio, Casa
de Juego", film en que Terry Moore es tambin estrella. Se entre-
nar el Jueves en el Teatro Central.
cL AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
MAANA * MAANA
JUEVES! CENTRAL ESTRENO!
NO LO ABATI EL PUO DE NADIE... PERO SI
EL CORAZN DE UNA MUJER!...
CASA DE JUEGO
VICTOR MATUR
TERRY M00RE
WILLIAM BENQJX

ESTRENO! MAANA SENSACIONAL!
UNA HISTORIA DE PASIONES, AMOR... ODIO-
CELOS... ENVIDIA... VENGANZA...!
Quiso gozar del placer de la fama alcan-
zndola en unos pasos de baile... Pag un
precio: LA DESHONRA DE SU VIDA.
LAS MAS BELLAS CANCIONES!... LOS LTIMOS
PASOS DE "MAMBO" *
Mtche BARBA Femando FERNANDEZ, en
SAMUEL CALDEVILLA,
escribe PARA LA RED PANAMERICANA
5.45 p.m.-DRACULA
el Hombre Vampiro.
6.30 p.m.-SUCESOS DE LA HUMANIDAD
Canta el Toro de Monagrllo.
8.00 p.m.-EL DIARIO DE UNA MUJER
Patrocina Almacenes de Calzado
LA AURORA.
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita -i
a (Red 9K
anamericaaa
AMOR VENDIDO
con "El Pichi" Toa La Negra Osear Pulido
CENTRAL
Joan Crawford David Brian
en
"MUJER DE TEMPLE"
Su Pawdo Era Su PerdicinI...
TEATRO LUX
funcin a Rrnr-
rio de loa Hur.
fartos de Israel)
Tyrone
POWER
Anne
BAXTER
- en -
"TIBURONES
DE ACERO"
(en colorea)
Adems: Corto Documental sobre
ISRAEL!
"EL MANANTIAL ETERNO"
BELLA VISTA
UN ESPECTACULAR FILM DE
AVENTURAS!
Burt Lancaster Virginia Mayo
en
"EL HALCN y la FLECHA"
Tecnicolor I_______

TEATRO CECILIA
El Dr. que empleaba sus conocimientos
para el crimen... I
Edward G. Robinson Humphrey Bofart
"EL GENIO DEL CRIMEN"
VARIEDADES
RICHARD CROMWELL
Martha Hunt, en
AL SON de GUERRA'
Un drama movido con
emociones en todo
memento!
TEATRO ENCANTO
Air* Acondicionado
Bing Croiby. en
"EL AMOR VIGILA"
Cene Tierney John Lund
- en
"CASADO Y CON DOS
_______SUEGRAS"_______
TEATRO TIVOLI _
BANCO HOY -BANCO
B 10 00 a las 5:00 y :M p.m.
"EL TESORO DE LA
SIERRA MADRE" y
"AL SUR DE SAN LUIS"
TEATRO IRIS
Eleanor Parker, en
"AMAR ES CONDENA"
y Gary Cooper, en
"SEMILLA de VENGANZA"
HISPANO
""CAMINO VIRGEN"
- y -
"ODIO CIEGO"
Entcada General 0.15
TROPICAL
A las 5 y 8:10 p.m. WAHOOI
PREMIO DE ORO B.13I.M
Ademas: Soberbio Doble)
Tony Martin Marta Toren
- en -
"CASBAH"
Alexis Smllh Scott Brady
- en -
"MUJER DE CORAJE"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
"EL TESORO DE LA ISLA
MISTERIOSA" Capta. 4 y 5
- Ademas: -
"EL TNEL de la MUERTE"
"EL C VFE MISTERIOSO"
TEATRO EDISON
"VIDAS ENCONTRADAS"
- y -
"PAGINAS DE MI
, VIDA"
TEATRO VICTORIA
""AGENTE SECRETO W"~
- Adems: -
"El Valle de Los Zombies"
- y -
"Primavera en la Sierra"
_VJSTERM0SA^
John Carradine, en
"EL VERDUGO"
- y -
"HOMBRE DEL PUEBLO"
^^^con^^ujjCalhern^^^^
PACIF ICO
"Siempre Juntos"
- y -
-LA DAMA DE
BLANCO"
DEAL
NOCHE DE BANCO I
CRISIS" y
"LA HIJA DE
TODOS"
APOLO
"LA MALAGERA"
- y -
"MALA
SUERTE"
ROOSEVELT
"RAYTTO DE LUNA" J
-LA VENENOSA"


MIRCOLES, JULIO 15. 1W1
fANAMA AMERICA OIARIO INDCPCNDIENTV
PAGINA CINCO
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
IKeaaccin Social
de EL PAINAMA-AMERICA
Telfoaa 3-318
HORAS: l:N a 1:M A.m.
Apartado 134
Sra. Ana Maria A. da Conxa-
nl.
Nia Edna de la Guardia Ale-
mn.
Nia Lilla Mayra Conra-
do Aloy.
Nifio Raymond Paqucttc Boyd
Nia Marta Teresa Iscalan-
te Tovar.
Recepcin en la Presidencia
El Excmo. Seor Presidente
de la Repblica seor Alclbia-
des A. Aroiemena y seora He-
Uodora A. de Arosemena otre-
oen maana de 5.30 p.m. a 7.30
p.m. una recepcin en el Pala-
cio Presidencial en honor del
Embajador Extraordinario y
Plenipotenciario de Venezuela
en Misin Especial, Dr Cristbal
Mendoza y eora.
Chocla tada
Para agasajar a la. seorita
Maritza ulzado Paredes y 1
seor Hernn Porras quienes
contraern matrimonio a fines
de esta semana, la seorita Ri-
ta de la Guardia dn Obarrlo
ofrece noy una chocolatada en
su residencia en Juan Franeo.
tmida Danzante en
E. Panam
En celebracin del Dia da Si-
mn Bolvar, el Hotel El Pa-
nam tendr esta noche una
comida danzante en el Saln
Bella Vista.
Matrimonio Arxe-Santamaria
Durante una ceremonia pri-
vada contrajeron hoy matrimo-
nio a las 6 a.m. en la Capilla
de Nuestra Seora de Lourdes,
la encantadora seorita Pura
Santamara y el apreciado ca-
ballero Alejandro Arze Jr.
La novia lucio una delicada
creacin de organza y encaje,
y entr al templo del brazo de
au tio. seor Agustino Scdda.
La preciosa nlita Eugenia Nie-
to sostuvo la cola iel vestido
nuoclal y llevaron los anillos
y las arras los nios Jorge Tl-
niaco Borrel y Erie Crdoba.
Durante la ceremonia reli-
giosa dejo or au melodiosa voz
ja seorita Nidia Benacerrar.
acompaada al rgano por el
seor Hans Hanowltz, Apadri-
naron la ceremonia los tos de
a novia, seor Agustino Sdela
y seora Vlctorlana N. de Sedda
ios padres del novio, seor Ale-
janmo Arze y seora Holda P.
de Arze. el 8r. Emiliano Ponce
y seora Mary A. de Ponce, el
eftor Abelardo de la Lastra y
.-eora Carmen R. de de la Las-
tra.
Recibieron los desposados las
felicitaciones de sus familiares
y amigos ntimos, durante un
desayuno ofrecido por el seor
y la seora da Sedda en su re-
sidencia en El Carmen, y par-
tieron luego rumbo a La Haba-
na y Miami en donde pasarn
la luna de miel.
Formulamos sinceros votos por
u. felicidad eterna de los con-
trayentes de hoy, y que Dios
derrame sobre ellos sus mlti-
ples bendiciones.
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Carlos A. de Sedas
y seora Sara de de Sedas por
el feliz arribo de un nio, ocu-
rrido en el Hospital Panam.
De Nicaragua
Grata estada le deseamos a
la seora Anita Sedda de
Abaunsa, quien procedente de
Managua, lleg ayer con el fin
de pasar una temporada visi-
tando a sus familiares.
Felicitamos ai seor Jos Ra-
mn Garca y seora Mary C.
de Garca, por el advenimien-
to de una nia, ocurrido en i ]
Hospital Santo Toms.
I Para el martes 31
se anuncia el
Pre-esrreno de
"Nudismo en el
Tr It
ropico
Enfermos
Pronta mejora le deseamos a
Ib seora Gladys G. de Slmonz,
quien aufre quebrantos de sa-
lud en su residencia.
Condolencia
El Comit Pro Guardera In-
fantil lamenta que por no saber
oportunamente la sensible pr-
dida ocurrida en la familia,
figurara el nomtrc de la seo-
ra Carmen VWalaz de Moreno
Correa en la velada efectuada
anoche en el Teatro Bella Vis-
ta.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Saludamos al seor Roberto
Eisenmann y seora Vanesa F.
de Eisenmann, quienes cumplen
hoy aos de casados.
Cumplen en esta fecha nue-
ve aos de casados el seor
Ralph Pope y seora Thelma
M. d Po-- Les enviamos un
cordial saludo. i
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Bra. Abigail G de P. de Brin
Sra. Mlreya M. de de la CHiar
da.
Sra. Chichi Tern.
Sra. Sisa de Gelabert.
Sr. Luis Carlos Morales
Dr. Santiago E. Barraza
Sr. Guillermo de la Guardia
Sr. Jos Rogelio Arlas Jr.
Nia Gladys Strunz Jimnez.
Nio Carlos Manuel Boyd A,
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Julieta L. de Zarak
Sra. Marta Estella c. de Va-
llarino.
Sra. Alda V. de Paredes.
Sra. Ana Maria de Aorbes.
Sra. Ana Evelina A. de Das
Sra. Mara Teresa B de 'Je
Castro,
A MI NO ME
ENGAAN..
A mi dad, la vida ma ha ansafta-
de una* cuanta cosas ... como
pudo descubrir mi hija.
A poco da casara con Luis m
invitaron a su casa, a comer. Co-
menz la comida por una sopa de
pollo con tallarines. Estaba dali-
closaima y asi se lo dije. "Paro
a mi no me engaas", buba da
decirle. "Bata ea Sopa da Pollo
con Tallarines Campbell's. No hice
mli que probar loa tiernos trosos
d pollo y los exquisitos tallarines,
que por cierto loa hacen con hue-
vo, y el sabrossimo caldo, para
averiguar que no poda ser sino
Campbell's."
Tienes raznme explic mi hija
. Campbell"a haca eata aopa con
tiernos y carnosos pollos. Ademia
la Sopa de Pollo con Tallarines
Campbell's es facilsima de pre-
parar. Basta agregar Igual canti-
dad de agua, calentar, y a la
masa!
mmsaaavaMas*mmmm
!&***
Hacemos llegar nuestras ma
sinceras felicitaciones en el dis
de su cumpleaos, a la nlita
Miriam del Carmen Samudio
hasta Las Lajas, Chirlan!. A.
CANO!
Y Ud. tambin puede ga-
nar suscribindose en
nuestro sistema
de club
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Con enorme expectacin por
parte del pblico, el Teatro Ceci-
lia ha fijado el Pre-Estreno de
su gran atraccin cubana: "Nu-
dismo en el Trpico" o "Bajo el
Cielo Habanero", para el Martes
prximo.
Dentro de un tema absoluta-
mente moral, que glorifica la mi-
sin de la mujer casada, el film
presenta una sucesin Intermi-
nable de escenas de bailes, mam-
bos. boleros, afros en forma de
ballets, nombres de prominen-
cia en*l mundo de la farndula
cubana, y cuadros bellsimos y
estticos de desnudos, para los
que se han escogido preciosas
mujeres habaneras y en los que
se ha seguido a famosas pinturas
de artistas de Amrica.
"Nudismo en el Trpico", pot
todos sus Ingredientes de gran
diversin, es una pelcula Ideal
para todo pblico adulto.
Mo mis
laxantes fuertes,
tice feliz pinja
"Cuando of hablar de All-Bran. It)
ped a mi raujet que lo toncramos.
El resultado fu sorprendente. N un-
es not cansaremos de
Coclamerlo". Ott
Kltppe. 1806 lOth
Avenue S. Min-
neapolis. MJnn.. es-
cribi voluntaria-
mente esto, lo mismo
que centenares de
personas que toman
All-Bran. Si la constipacin que us-
ted sufre se debe a falta de vol
men. srvase diariamente una onza
del sabroso All-Brsn y beba mu-
cha agua. Despus de 10 das qua>
slari completamente satisfecho-
JUEVES-
En el BELLA VISTA
STIRA!... INTRIGA!... y ROMANCE!...
HBILMENTE COMBINADOS EN LA PELCULA DEL AO!
TRES NOVELAS DE. LA VIDA"
Escritas por SOMERSET
MAUGHAM el que nos
ii "Cuarteto" y "Al Filo
it la Navaja".
e
Un drama que enmarca
, una nueva poca en la
na" talla 1
W.SOMERSET MAUGHAM'S
"An
Entertaining
Movie!
-Tim
SMffMt
ANNf CftAWrOtD SOLANO ClAVtt
KATHUfN HAMISON JAMlS HAYUI
HUM. rATttCK MICHAIl MNMI
JEAN SIMMONS NAUNION WAYNE
H.,,.4 I*. * Mi ?> W SOMfSSfl MAUGHAM 1 C
SllHaiff. MM tAMCMSY tntm b? ANTON DASH.
SOtOUOW OkxM' St KIM ANNAKM d HAIOID
sssmcm a trwsr so pm*kx* m oavusosougm
I nut-ill! HKUI
MAANA JUEVES
PROGRAMAS DE FIN DE SEMANA
EN EL I
Teatro LUX
(Aire- Acondicionado)
Eatrno Regular
De la extraordinaria
comedia con la
extraordinaria actriz
JUDY HOLLIDAY
rrlMsr Fresal* de
la Academia ale
artes y ciencias.
de Hell y wood!
'NACIDA AYER"
(BOBN YESTEBDAT)
BRODERICK CRAWFORD
WILLIAM HOLDEN
Tres Estrellas da Primara
Magnitud Brillan en esta
obra da ingenio y gracia!
Estrrnas
EN EL tEATBO
CECILIA
Metro-Golijrn-Msyer!
Alegre, festuc-
as, chispeante,
llena de estre-
llas, canciones y
risas ... y
Tecnicolor.
Gsrland
GLOBIA
DE HAVEN
EDDIE
BRACKEN
MABJOBIE
MAIN
Phil
\A SILVIBI
ADEMAS:
R.sas a Montones con el
Divertido Romance Musical!
"A CASARSE TOCAN"
(GROUND! MARRIAGE)
ceo
Van Jshnam Ralhryn Grays*
PaaU Bayraana Barry
SbUIyac________.
Club Interiorano
sesionar maana
Se cita por este medio a te-
dos los socios del Club inteilo-
ano a una importante reunin
que se llevar a cabo en la Li-
ctela Nicols Pacheco nenia
al parque de Herrera a las 1:33
ce la noche. A ebta reunin c,c
dan Invitados especialmente la
siguientes personas: seor Ma-
nuel F. Zarate, Tobias Plic.t,
Margarita Loaano, Sra. de Pi-
cota (de Chltri y las distingui-
das entidades cvicas toterlora-
uai y amigos del Interior.
mismo tiempo le deseamos un
cmulo de bienandanzas en su
futuro. *
De Espaa
Despus de pasar una temoo-
rada en Espaa, se encuentra
de nuevo entre nosotros la Sta.
Carmen Santamara. % La alu-
damos. ___________
Cuatro pelculas
1Un ano en Corea
3Empleos para la mujer
3La voz que no calla-
4Rehusamos morir.
Per este medio se invita a
todos los socios de la Sociedad
Cvica de Chlrlcanos y a loa
amigos de la sociedad para que
concurran esta noche a las 7.30.
Las pelculas sern proyecta-
das por el seor Lenidas Cons-
tantino, empleado del Servicio
de Informacin de la Embajada
de Estadoi Unidos.
Llega al pai
la seorita Noriega habia obte-
nido el ttulo de Licenciada en
Derecho y Ciencias Polticas en
la Universidad Nacional de Pa-
nam y recientemente fu dis-
tinguida al designrsele Dele*
gj.da a la convencin del Quota
Club Internacional Inc., cele-
brada en Quebec. Canad. M
consignar au regreso a la Patria
le deseamos el mayor de lo*
xitos en su carrera profeslonaL
MAANA T R O P I C A L ESTRENO?
Solterita CASADA"

DIANA LYNN CHARLES COBURN
CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD BARBARA LAWRENCE
m Charles Drake Reck Hurisen Jerome Cow
& FELIX
SUCURSAL EN AVE. TIVOL1
VENTA 4o. ANIVERSARIO
MARTES 31 o'e Julio
El famoso FESTIVAL DE LAS ROSAS ha sido magnficamen-
te captada en Tecnicolor, en esta excepcional comedia de
amor juvenil. Admire usted este espectculo de indescriptible
bellesa.
TEATRO
I j#SBk % sT U nu
HOY-Lux-
A BENEFICIO
DE LOS
HURFANOS
DE ISRAEL
Las pginas ms gloriosas
escritas a sangre y fuego por
la marina estadounidense!
Drama glorioso que brot de
la guerra' ..
"TIBURONES
DE ACERO
Corto documental sobre Israel.
El siempre sufrido, paro abne-
5ado pueblo. Un corto que le
ara a conocer la grandeza de
git" ,T.->,r.-fitn V>-nT|J
I DEL PASADO. DEL PRESENTE
V UNA PBOMISA PAIA
Above and below .. ans
across the Atlantic I
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PAGINA SRI
A PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Mircoles, julio , isi
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Que la ruta al Departamento di los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestros Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo poi
12 palabras.
3c por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Aya. Tlvatt Na 1
Tcl. i-ns
KIOSK DE LESSEP8
Panuni
NOVEDADES MORRISON
At. 4 Jilt
Tel. l-SMt
BOTICA CARLTON
At. Mrltnan lt.Ht
T*l. 25S-Cl
SALN DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Cali* U Oartt Na. H.
El. PANAMA AMERICA
'alie "H" So. 17 Panami
Ave. Central H-ITSColea.
Urbano, el nico
hombre que trabaja
para no comer
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE KECESITA:Empleada que sepa CA.
cecinar, acuda a vio Espaa Nc.
54 elros.
SE NECESITA. Una empleada pa- ,
ra lavar y punchar todos las dios.1
no tien* que dormir en empleo. .
Calle la. No. 13.
SE NECESITA: Una empleoda. de-;
be dormir en casa. Calle 5o. No. I
36 olios.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
DI LEFEVRt Tal. Vtil
VENDE LOTES
Pijo inicial mnimo B. 100.00
Mcniuol 1.15.0a
Lotes ron Calles y Acutfductor de
la Ciudad desde B. 1.00 ti metro
Alquilamos equipo pe;odo peo
movimientc do tierra.
Alqu"*rnoj lotea o largos p'azos.
Club de Iotas. S.3 00 y 8.4 00
err.omie
SI NECESITA: Sueno
plancKadorj pam o
venia it 5 a 7 a.m.
Balboa. Caso 45.
lavandera' ^ VENDE Lo relresqueria Teatro
ptnonoi. Victono. Ave. Centra! Casa 193.
Avenida
Solicite all mismo.
SE NECESITA:Empleada paro ser-
vicio de coso, buen suelde. Colle
Colombia No. 20 Apto. A. Edifi-
cio Urroco.
SE NECESITA:Empleado pora ofi-
cios domsticas en general, sepa
cocinar, dormir emplee. Cale 30
Este No. 13.
SE NECESITA:-- Bueno tocinero.
Debe traer referencias. Si no co-
noce su oficio no se presente.
Magnifico sueldo Avenido del Pe-
r, No. 75. altes.
SE NECESITA:- Empleado para co-
cinar y oficio:, domsticos en ge-
neral. Sin compromiso:, dormir.
Calle 46 No. 19 Apto. 5.
SE NECESITAN dos empleodas de
buena presencia y con buena re-
comendacin; una para cocinar y
otra para cu.dar nios, preferible
que sean panameos. Buen suel-
do. Telfcpo 3-0498.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
CHALET San Troncisco por B. 3.000
pago inicial, cerco Teatro Roose-
velt, dos recmaras, dos bonos,
p'.rch. qaroge. Precio total B.ll-
000. Patterson, Ave. "A" No. 16.
2-2346.
VERDADERA GANGA: No pierda
este, oportunidad que se presenta
rora vez en la vida. Lote alto, El
Congreo. el ms fresco, el mis
borato. 990 A/2. Solo por B.6.00
metre. Patterson, 2-2346, Aveni-
da "A" No. 16.
i SE VENDE - Por no poder ofender
finca en Pueblo Nuevo con Insta-
locicnes pora ca gallina. 125
aves, buena casa grande madera,
mil metres terreno esquina carre-
tero. Inversin productiva. Infr-
mese Comisariato Chorrillo. Colle
25 Oeite No. 13 de 4 o 7 Tel.
2 1416.
SE ALQUI.. .--Lo:ol oara oticino
or-iba oe' 'eotro Centro!
CLNICA, equipado, altos Farmocio
Solazar, calla 16 Oeste No. 28,
Panam.
SE ALQUILALocal grande, guardar
carro o mercancas. Calle Juon
B. Soso. No. 31, frente Fabrica
Ameglio. Informes calle "H" No.
49, altor.
SE VENDE
Automviles
"VERDADERAS GANGAS"
Chalet de 2 recmaras en calle Uiu-
guay. cerca ol mar. B. 17,000. Se
acepta hipoteca por la mitad.
OoO
Lote de 848 M2 cen frente o la
Transistmico en El Cangrejo o B
5.75 M2.
OoO
Lote de 1,000 M2 en El Canario
con vista al mor B.7.50 M2.'
OoO
Lote en Los Cumbres, contiguo a lo
residencia de Liche Castrelln, o
B.0.85 M2. Focilidades de pago.
Roberto Mir 2-1215
Trasposo los derecho; de 8.150 que
tengo sobre un lote en lo Urba-
nizacin Lefevre. cura valor es de
B.180. Ocurra a lo io. Lefevre, a
las 9 o. m., Fuenmoyor.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
VI VENDEN:Ca ro. futar atara,
- ocan. acanalado. Fin-Toa i canon
aislador poro cilos rasan sao-
ras, lavamanos, oacutodot, ate a
las ?racioa mil bajos 0B alele
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Via lipo-
na. Iltfloado a Juan Fraaca Tal
-J5M.
SE VENDE: Llontos usadas en lo
Estacin de gasolina La Cuchilla.
Calidonia 243. Pregunte Sr. Russo.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Apartamentos de
una y dos recmaro,, sola, comedor,
cocina. Calle ""a. No. 15, Lefevre.
Informas Apto. 7, Tel. 2-1421.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA: __ Apii'rnenlo amc-|
blade, calle 43 y Av*->'da Mxico.
Tel. 3-0140, Panami. I
MECNICOS, Herreros. Vendemos
herramientas y accesorios a pre-
cios increbles. La Importadora Se-
lecta. Calle H. 51. Tel. 2-1483.
'SE VENDE: Piano "Stelnway" an
perfectas condiciones, como nue-
vo. Calle 41. No. 31. Tel. 3-0672
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en San
Francisco de la Coleta. Informes: |
Estacin Gasolina San Jos Via Es- j
paa No. 2.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomentos de 1 |
y 2 recamaras. Cclle Primera. Pe-
rejil 14. Pregunte por Aseador de I
8 a II. Informes telfonos 2-3181 i
2-0082. !
Mantenemos una venta de
Ranga 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, Iuc.
Ave. Central 279.
Tel. 3-0140.
SE COMPRA
SE ALQUILA: Deportomento uno |
recmara, piso bajo. Edificio AL-:
BERTINA, Avenidas Ecuador y |
Mxico. $50.00. Llotne horas ofi-
cina 2-1707.
SE COMPRA: Planta elctrica 1
1-2 KVA AC 60 celos o 2 KVA
Kholer u Ornan preferible. Tel-;
fono 3-0542.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento mo-
derno, semi-amoblcdo o sin mue-
bles, en Ave. Ecuador, No. 7, ba-
jos. Telfono: 3-3491.
SE VENDE
Artculos ile Casa
SE ALQUILA: Independiente, dos
recamaros, solo, comedor, fresco, |
cerca Santa Ana, 15 Oeste, No. |
42 olios. 8.50 00. Informes Ave-
nido A, No. 16.
SE VENDE: Mquina Singer en|
buenos condiciones. Ave. Federico
Boyd. No. 1. Apto. 1 (bajos;.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora de kero-
sene 9 pies, barata. Pueblo Arrai-
jan No. 129.
SE COMPRA
COMPRAMOS cof de Boquete, de
Veraguas, S45 y a $40 el quin-
tal respectivamente en partida de
100 sacos y ms. Escriba al Apor-
torio 2019.
SE DESEA
DESEAMOS matrimonio sin hijos, que
conozco de labores de campo pa-
ra cuidar caso en el Volle de An-
tn Debe tener recomendacin del
lugor donde trabaj antes. Ca.
Dulcidio Gonzlez N.. S. A. Fbri-
ca de Mosaicos. Ave. Cubo No. 8.
. PAPEL LUMINOSO
en varios colores (24x24)
. CORTADORAS
DE HIERBA
. CARRETILLAS
DE HIERRO
Ricardo A.
S.A
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Mir,
K VENDE :_Studeboker 47 en bue-
nas condiciones rr.ctivo viaje ocu-
rra Confino Chicoga. Centrol 157
SE VENDE:Camir Chevrolet, es-
toco, modelo 1941 en muy buenos
condiciones, valo en la estacin
Velds. Ave. "A" No. I 17 b No-
me al Tel. 2-3835.
MISCELNEA
NUEVAS TELAS acaban de llegar es-
tampados y lisos. Gabardina en
colores surtidos, precios sorpren-
dentes LA MILAGROSA, Monte-
terin, 2.
SE VENDE: BUICK. 41, Supor. 4
puertos. Radio, tubos imponcha-
blai. Derechos pagado!. $1300.-
00. Facilidades de Pago. AGEN-
CIAS NASH.
SE VENDECorro Commonder Codge
con drfjle diferencial y perfectas i
condiciones. Refirase a casal
2164-A, Curundu. Calle 8o. Tel.
5216.
MAQUINARIA DE I0DA CIASE PARA
IMPRENTAS
WCOHSTSUWA CERTIFICADA
MECI* SIN COMPETENCIA
Varios
PAPELES
HUDSON MACHINERY COMPANY
M CHURCH SI ,M'0Rn USA S*1*.. _
VENTA ESPECIAL
F.-'i.ilav a (as de -1 fogones ?
horno, con encendedor auto-
mtico v control de tempera-
tura, slo
B/. 69.50
l NA VERDADERA GANGA!
Mueblera Casa Sparton
Central 223. Calidonia.
Tel. 2-1081.
SE NECESITA
Cp nera!
SE NECESITA: -2 tapiceros finos,
buen sue'do. Mueblera Ccwes
Transistmico.
SE NECESITA Agente vondedora.
Debe ser agradable para vender
linea de productos de renombre.
Oportunidad .Escriba dondo refe-
. rencias, edad, experiencia, etc in-
cluva pequeo fotografi, Apto.
1645 Panam.
SE NECESITAVendedores de clu- '
bes. seguros, lotes, etc. tienen una !
buena oportunidad de aumentar
sus ingresos ofreciendo al mismo
tiempo articulo, de la Casa Spar-, yrks uai.boas
ton. toles cumo refrigeradoras, ra-
dios, etc Comisiones liberales.
Central 223, Calidonia.
DfSjRflEGLO
ESTOMACAL?
? Si
Aviso Judicial
AVISO DE REMATE
Kl atiacrJio Secretario del Juzcado
.Segundo del Circuito (U Panama. en
funcione de Alguacil Ejecutor, al p-
blico n rturral.
HALE gARER-
Que por resolucin de fecha '< de
julio d I9lla dictada en el juicio eje-
cutivo hipotecario propuesto por la
"Compaa Fiduciaria de Panami, S. A.
contra. Felipe Homero Lpez, te faa se-
alado el die veinticuatro (14) de -
Kosto prximo para que dentro de lm
horas kr gales lengu lugar el remate del
t'en que a continuacin e describe, de
ptopiedad del dcmesJado;
"Finca nmero lu.OOa, inscrita en la
See .n de la Propiedad, Provincia de
Panam, en el Registro Pblico, al
folio is del Tomo 316. que consis-
te en lote de terreno situaao en las
Siuunaa de eata ciudad* y casa en '
construida, de un piso sobre pilastras
ie concreto. I* rasa tiene pisos d
madera, parede. de madera y techo
de hierro canalado El terreno tiene
una superficie de cuatrocientos se-
senta y uatro metros cuadrados
4464 mil, dentro de loe ffOttBtea
li me rus i reedlda lineales: Por el
Norte, mide treinta y tres motrue diez
y nueve leiitmein* (S3.19 m.) y
linda con lote nmero siete (7) del
Manuela letmdoi Icazj; por el Sur ,
mide treinta y tres metros Hez y i
nueve centimetroa (33.10 rn.> y lin-|
da con resto del terreno de Valentn
Gueiinl; por el Kale, mide catorce!
metius (14 m.) y linde con lote n-|
mero neis l ti l de Manuela Bermoer j
K-aza; v por el Oeate, mide catorce |
metros (14 m.) y linda con calle en*
proyecto."
Servir de bae para el remite de la !
(Inca antea descrita la inm. de DOS
MIL CUATROCIENTOS TREINTA Y
CON NOVENTA V
SKIS CENTESIM08 (B' 2.432.96).
cantidad indicada por la sociedad de-
mandante en el libelo de demanda, con-
forme al con;rato de hipoteca: y sern
ofertas admisibles la que cubran las
tio* tercetos parte* de esa suma.
&e aceptarn ofertan hasta laa cua-
tro de la tarde del da aenslado y de
e-a hua en adelante ae oirn les pttjas
y rebujas que pudieran presentarse ha*-
ta 'i' sea cerrada la aubasta con Is
adjudica Jan si mejor postor.
Par** tbiltarso como postor se re-
Ouiere consignar pi*e\ iaatcnta en la Se-
rrelarin del Tribunal e! cinco por cien-
to de !.- bae del remate.
Panama. n.\ de julio de 1951.
(Fdo ) Eduardo Ferguson Mart me r
Ser-.-e arfo del Juagado Segundo
del Circuito de Panama.
Es f>] copia de si original
Panam, 24 de mayo dg 19j 1.
E. Martines-.
Secretario.
SE VENDE
Bote y Motores
SE VENDE: Loncha 65 pies mo-
tores "Diesel", pesco camarones
carga posojeros. Tel. 2-2252 Dr.
Morles.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
---------------ZZZ-----,---------3
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto omoblado
para hombre B.6.00 por sema-
na, Avenida Parque Lefevre, Er-
nesto Lefevre, caso 32-
Tenemos exactamente el
VIDRIO que Ud. necesita!
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
talle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos amoblados.
Precios especiales por quincena o
mes. Poro informes dirjase a Pen-
sin Panam. Calle 6a No. 3 Sr.
Guztmer. Ce 8 a II o. m. o 7
p. m. en adelante.
SE ALQUILA: Magnifico cuarto
amoblado, frente al mor, servicio
independiente, excelente vecmda- !
rio. No. 5, primero escolero. Pa-
za 2 de Enero.
**.
Felpa Mineralizada
Roja y Verde
Felpa Negra
da 15 y 30 lbs.
Clavos de Zinc
Balanzas 'Detecto'
Almacenes Romero
Ava. Norte No. 48
amo*t*f* con
e4 +aor nic*
SELECT-A-SCHEME
Tme ei calmante
repto-
y vuelva a sentirse bien!
PEPTO-BISMOL ES DE ACCIN MODE.
KAOA. Cubro las irritadas membranas
del estomago e intestinos con una la
lilla calmante j protectora, ayuda a:
I. Alitisr y cslmsr ti turrrtlt.
. Retmnlar U ItrmtntAtJn y /raM<
tn t gi*L
a. Miiigmr tldtmrtttk y a mrmihu*
ti tlltmif.
a*ar, obtener imir y pronto alitiu. pitia al
asradabla P.pto Bnmoi aa tu laroucia la.
orili --
U" prodigio de NoimK -tfBBBBBte
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3.36 "
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Tel. 2-2121
Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con SO velas de fuerza de luz blanca
moderna- Permanece encendida 50
hora* por 1 galn de kerosene. Toma
94*0 de AIRE y solamente 6" de
KEROSENE. Completamente Maura
no explota ni necesita generador ni
bomba. No produce humo ni ma>oa
olores Es tan .enc.lla que un nio
puede prenderla. Nunca vista en Pa-
nama Precio tan Bafo
por slo... B/.9.95
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as depositaron coronas de flo-
res naturales en la Tumba del
Soldado Desconocido en el Arco
del Triunfo en memoria del H-
roe de Verdn.
Las coronas llevaban cintas
que decan: "A un gran francs,
Petaln".
En la Catedral de Notre Da-
me y de Saint German L'Au-
xerrols se celebraron misas en
la memoria de Petaln. asistien-
do miles de personas.
Contina la ola
de suicidios en
la ciudad capital
Otro intento ms de suicidio
ocurri anoche en la capi-al
cuando la joven Aurelia De
Len, de 20 aos de edad y re-
sidente 'en el Chorrillo, ingi-
ri agua de estrella "por en-
contrarse la situacin muy
mala".
La joven De Len fu condu-
cida al Hospital Santo Tornan a
las 10:00 pm., donde permane-
ce bajo observacin mdica.
La ciudad se encuentra azo-
tada por una ola de suicidios en
su mayora ocasionados pov la
situacin econmica tan dura
por la cual est pasando e! p..is,
segn declaraciones dadas la
prensa por los funcionarios en-
cargadoa de estas lnves.i;.-
ciones.
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Para Entrega Inmediata
CARROS INGLESES
de conocidas marcas
STANDARD VANGUARD
Sedan de Cuatro Puertas
TRIUMPH MAYFLOWER
Sedan de Dos Puertas
CARRO PANEL
STANDARD
PICK-UP
STANDARD
PARA INFORMES LLAME
a los telfonos:
2-2930 2-1619
Desde hace dos das se en-
cuentra entre nosotros el Fa-
kir Urbano, el nico hombre que
trabaja para no comer.
Debido al alto costo de la vi-
da. Urbano decidi buscarle una
solucin al problema y muy
pronto la encontr, no comer.
Poco a poco se fue acostum-
brando a no comer, hasta que
por fin logr perfeccionarse en
la materia, y en la actualidad
puede permanecer sin probar
bocado alguno durante 30 dias.
Urnano se presentar en ei
Teatro Mayo muy pronto, en
donde ser encerrado en una
urna de cristal, sellada y la-
crada por las autoridades y
eermanecer a la vista del p-
lico 24 horas al da durante
30 das.
En todos los pases que Ur-
bano ha visitado, ha suscitado
grandes polmicas entre las au-
toridades mdicas que no se
explican la resistencia del Fakir
Urbano.
Urbano lleg a Panam a-
compaado de su bella esposa y
ofrecer el prximo sbado a
la una de la tarde un cocktail
en el Teatro Mayo, para los
miembros de la prensa local.
Inaugurada
Arcello R. Hudson, hizo brindis
en honor del dia y por la li-
bertad y prosperidad de Vene-
zuela, brindis este que fue res-
pondido por el Embajador ve-
nazolano.
Prestigiaron estos actos en
representacin del Excmo. se-
or Presidente de la Repblica
el doctor Miguel A. Ordez, los
Ministros de Relaciones Exte-
riores, Hacienda y Tesoro, Edu-
cacin y Agricultura y Comer-
cio, el decano del Cuerpo Diplo-
mtico, la delegacin venezola-
na, Cuerpo Consular, presidente
de la Sociedad Bolivaiiana de
Panam, miembros del Centro
Bolivariano de Coln, .Coman-
dantes y oficiales del Cuerpo de
Bomberos y Comandantes de la
Polica Nacional.
LAMPARAS
Para Residencias
|\ Su Ai*EELepB|j
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores proqramas
Se proyecta fundar
Cooperativa entre
padres de familia
La Federacin de Club de Pi-
dres de Familia de la capitel
tiene el propsito de instalar u
a Cooperativa de Consumo E*.
colar segn se aprob en la se-
sin ltimamente efectuada en
la Escuela Justo Arosemena. I
escogida una comisin integra-
da por 7 personas en represen-
tacin d diferentes escuelas
para que hagan los estudios del
caso. Los escolares de la esc te-
la primarla podrn obtener cua
dernoa, lpices, libros y de.ar.s
tiles escolase a bajos precios
La Federacin desarrollara ac-
tividades para obtener el capital
Inicial. La Iniciativa ha desper-
tado gran inters entre los pa-
dres de familia, ya que asi el
sasto que tienen con sus n;&* |
aminorar notablemente.
4**J
Eite es el brindis de los
que conocen el benfico
fectodeSALHEPATICA:
i ... y dos cuchersditet de
SAL HEPTICA,en un
{veso de sue, son une
bebida agradable que
laxe con suavidad, gran
eficacia y rapidez. Las
dosis de SAL HEPATKA
resultan muy econmicas.
Compre el tamao mayor.
SE REQUIERE AGENTE y
DISTRIBUIDOR
nico en Panam para la dia-
tribucin de una eran varie-
dad de receptores de radio y
televisin de minul a c t a r a
britnica "Etronic." Para ob-
tener detalles completos escri-
ban a: Messrs. Associated Ex-
ports. Ltd.. 6 Laurence Pount-
ey Hill. Londrt E. C. 4. In-
glaterra.
AVISO CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro, recibir propuestas cerradas hasta laa
nueve en punto de la maana del da 26 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 G.,
Jefe de Materiales y Compras.
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
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AVISO DE VENTA DE VACAS DE CRIA
El Instituto Nacional de Agricultura tiene
para la venta en Divisa veintids vacas de
cra, venta que se efectuar en remate p-
blico mediante propuestas en sobre cerra-
do, el prximo Sbado 28 de Julio a las
10 de la maana en Divisa.
Ministerio de Agricultura,
Comercio E Industrias.
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Despierta Inters El Partido De Esta
Noche Entre Madurito y Cigarrilleros
OO
tres partidos
se celebrarn
en el Gimnasio
o O o
'BASKETBALL MASCULINO
Lift Provincial
Serunda Vuelto
G. P. PJ.
rd Cheiter......4 1.M0
)B. Bm .........I I .
[adurito .......... 1 2 .333
. Vieja ........... 1 t .338
laurlcio.......... 1 2 .333
Juegos de Hot
C. Vieja TI Mauricio
,7.00 p.m.
Madurito ts Lord Cheater
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Primera Cat. Femenina
Segunda Vuelta
G. P. Pje.
>anar .............2 1 .67
. Vigor .......... 1 1 -500
>perten ............... 1 1 J
Crdenas .......... 1 0OC
Los Yanquis y Los Medias Rojas
Se Alejaron De Sus Contrarios
servicio de la Prensa Unida
Los Medias Rojas de Boston
derrotaron a los Medias Blan-
cas de Chicago Dor 8 carreras
a 8, para propinarle a los hom-
bres de Paul Richards en un
tiempo los "milagrosos", su
quinta derrota consecutiva y
tumbarlos a tres-juegos y medio
de diferencia de los Yanquis de
Nueva York punteros de este I
circuito.
Los Yanquis retuvieron el pri-
mer puesto mediante au trlun-,
fo contra los Indios de Cleve-
land por 3 a 2. Ellos ahora tie-
nen una puntuacin de .814,
mientras que los Medias Rojas
tienen .811.
Los Tigres batieron a los Se-,
nadores por 2 a 1 en el otro
Juego de la Liga Americana se-
alado.
Johny Mize bate su sptimo
cuadrangular del ao en la oc-
tava entrada despus de 2 outs
y con la cuenta en tres bolas
y dos strikes para dar el triun-
fo a los Yanquis. Dos Indios
llegaron a base en la novena
entrada pero Raachl puso Un al
partido abanicando a Larry Do-
by y a Easter.
En la Liga Nacional
Los Dodgers aguaron el debut
de Phil Cavaretta en esta ciu-
dad como piloto de los Cacho-
rros rebelndose en la dcima
entrada para anotar cuatro ca-
rreras e imponerse por 6 a i
Roy Campanella dio el batazo
decisivo de la Jornada Jonro-
neando tras Jackie Robinson
Iniciarla con pase gratis. Mien-
tras tanto los Gigantes vencie-
ron a loa Piratas por 4 a 3 en
diez episodios y tambin gana-
ron los Bravos sobre los Rojos
de Clnclnatti por 6 a 1, y los
Cardenales a los Phillies por 9
a 5.
Juego de Hoy
M. Vigor ts Crdenas
8.00 p.m.
Por BETO TEJADA
Triple programa ofrece esta
jiche en el Gimnasio Nacional,
la Liga Provincial de Basket-
MU, en su continuacin de la
legunda vuelta. Los Juegos se-
alados para esta fecha son los
Siguientes:
Carta Vieja ts Mauricio
En este primer Juego, ambos
taulpos luenan por disminuir la
tntaja de los punteros del!
Lord Chester, pronosticndose
un reido lance entre estos dos
Conjuntos.
Malta vigor ts S. Crdenas
Este choque corresponde a a'
lga Femenina y en l trata-
f el Crdenas de entrar a la
bolumna de ganadores, en tan-
(o que sus rivales del Malta
.'igor, lucharn por empatar- el
tomando de su categora.
Lord Chester T* Madurito
En el juego estelar de la no-
the, el Lord Chester concede
la revancha al Madurito. Un
Iran itiefo sf espera entre e-
[os dos encarnizados rivales n
\\ cual el Lord Chester tendr
pue desplegarse a fondo pava'
mantener su invicto y superar
kl Madurito.
Plndl Perdomo. (A). Felipe |
Prdomo (B) y Manuel carda-1
les sern los arbitros nrinclpa-
|es. siendo Roa el suplente,
torci y Mena sern los cro-
lmetrlstas y Neto y Gilberto
Torales los anotadoreg.
El Azteca rompi la serie de empales con
el Granillo al ganar ayer por 13-7 para
continuar invicto en el base de Santa Rita
Per S. H. IVALDI J
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de Santo Rito
Circuito Mayor
G. P.Pje.
Dep. Aiteca ......5 0 l.oM
Dep. Dragones .....4 2 .867
Dep. Granillo ........ 2 2 .400
Fte. Patritico ..... 8 -080
Prximos Juegos
Jueves
Dragones ts Fte. Patritico
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
'rincipia el 29 serie
inal del base semi-
lintermedio de S. Rita
La serle Final del Circuito"]
peml-intermedio del Baseball Ju
nil de Santa Rita comenzar
viernes en la tarde en el ov.a-
1ro de Santa Rita.
El torneo se efectuar entre !
ti equipo Angellnl y el ganadar |
(if juego de esta tarde eut<*e '
'laurlcio y Tun.
La serle constar de tres iue-
|;os y obtendr el ttulo el e-
Lulpo que triunfe dos vecea El
fegundo se efectuar el domin-
io, y el tercero si es necesurlo
fe verificar el martes de la
jrxima semana.
De Guatemala enviaron la,
Invitacin para que nuestra Re-
pblica asista al II Campeona-
to Centroamericano de Basket-
ball. Panam, actual Campen
de esas competencias, tiene por
motivos de fuerza mayor que
asistir a ese Torneo, el cual
conquist en forma invicta en
Septiembre del ao pasado. El;
Comit Nacional Olmpico cele-
brar el prximo viernes una
reunin extraordinaria a fin
de conocer la invitacin e ini-
ciar inmediatamente las gestio-
nes para nuestra asistencia.
O-
8erlos compromisos deportl- \
vos tiene nuestra Repblica por
delante para cumplir. En el
mes de Septiembre tenemos el
compromiso para asistir al
Campeonato en Guatemala y
en el mes de Diciembre se ce-
lebran los Juegos Bollvarlanos
que tendrn como escenario
Venezuela .
O
Un gran festival bailable, se-
r el que ofrecer el domingo
el Club Deportivo Bolivar, en
los salones del Hotel Centra],
La Super Orquesta de Angelo
Jaspe tendr a su cargo la
parte musical.
O
Es difcil que este ao se
pueda celebrar la Serle Final
dt BasketbaK po. los vientos
que soplan y como esta jugan-
do el Lord Chesterfield, Los Ci-
garrilleros se aseguraron el t-
tulo de Sub-Campen al ea-
ger la primera vuelta del tor-
neo, y por lo pronto en cua-
tro presentaciones han salido
vencedores, dando la impresin
que tambin ganarn esta se-
gunda mitad.
Viernes
Fte. Patritico ts Azteca
En feria de batazos venci el
Azteca al Granillo ayer en la
continuacin del calendario re-
gular del Circuito Mayor de la
Liga de Baseball de Santa Rita,
en el Estadio Olmpico por el
abultado acore de 13-7, gracias
a oportuna intervencin de Dio-
nisio (Oatltoi Salinas en el 8o.
acto al relevar a Rafael Pinzn.
El Azteca aprovech sus 12
Incogibles, entre ellos triples de
J. Hallman y T. Silcott, doble
de C. C. Castillo y T. Silcott
para anotar sus 13 carreras.
En el 7o. los mejicanos se hi-
cieron de la victoria al anotar
3 carreras, mediante 4 incogi-
bles oportunos y 3 pecados del
cuadro granlllero.
Jos (Checa Bazn lanz to-
da la distancia por los perde-
dores, recibiendo poco respaldo
de sus compaeros de equipo.
El cuadro Interior de los In-
dios, puso en aprietos a los lan-
zadores ,al pecar en los momen-
tos ms oportunos del partido.
R. Pinzn con 2-2, T. Silcott
3-2, J. Hallman y C. C. Castillo
4-2 los dos Jos Snchez 2-1.
resultaron los mejores bateado-
res de la tarde.
,Con este nuevo triunfo el Az-
teca rompe los dos empates an-
teriores que tenia con el Grani-
llo, y conservan de esa manera
su Inmaculado invicto en 7
presentaciones.
Social Deportiva
Hoy celebra el mejor de sus
dias la conocida ieportlsta Sta.
Carlota Saldaa.
La Sta. Saldaa actualmente
milita en el equipo de basket-
ball "Sastrera Crdenas". Por
este medio le enviamos nuestras
sinceras felicitaciones.
TILES DE OFICINA
cintas para toda clase de
mquinas de escribir y su-
mar, papel carbn, guias,
tarjetas de ndice.
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PELCULAS REPUBLIC Presenta
EN LOS TEATROS
BELLA VISTA y TROPICAL
ESTRENO SIMULTANEO
LA PELEA DEL AC
Sugar Ray Robinson
I Norteamericano)
154-1 2 lbs.
- va. -
R. Turpin
(Ingls)
158-3 lbs.
15 asaltos
Celebrada I 10 da Julio en I Earl's Court de
Londres, por I Campeonato Mundial del Peso Medio.
El evento deportivo ms sobresaliente de 1951,
que usted no puede dejar de ver.
PRONTO MUY PRONTO
Los campeonatos de Levantamiento de
Pesas de la categora Junior tendrn
lugar el sbado en el Coliseo de lucha
El Ditrani Declarado Campen Del
Ftbol Mayor De La Prov. De Panam
La Liga desech la I Nuevamente Se Enfrentarn |
protesta del Huracn. n 1V un i
El Ancn, Subcampen Un Luchador y Un Boxeador
Los Campeonatos Nacionales
de Levantamiento de Pesas de
la Categora Junior tendrn lu-
gar el prximo sbado en la
i
Las inscripciones del
bisbol de Coln se
abren el 15 de agosto
La Liga Provincial de Base-
ball Amateur de Coln ha Ini-
ciado labores para la prxima
Temporada de Campeonato, y
anunci la apertura de Inscrip-
ciones para el .5 de Agosto, en
un Comunicado redactado en
los siguientes trminos:
COMUNICADO DE LA LIGA
PROVINCIAL Dr BASE-BALL
AMATEUR DE COLON
La Liga Provincial de Bas?-
ball Amateur de Coln en su
empeo de presentar a la fa-
naticada colonense una tempo- ,
rada muchsimo mejor que la
ltima, por este medio hace un
llamado a los 4 equipos que par
ticiparn en la temporada 1950
1951 para que comiencen a or-
ganizarse desde ahora, a fin de!
que puedan presentarse a la
lucha con un buen personal,
bien entrenado, completamente
uniformado y con el material
necesario para los juegos.
Las inscripciones quedarn
abiertas desde el 15 de Agosto
hasta las 6 de la tarde del dia
15 de Septiembre. Para la con-
tienda venidera no se aceptaran
ms de 8 (selst equipos.
Para cualquier informacin
al respeto, pueden dirigirse al
Secretario de la Liga Seior
Eduardo McKeown. en el Saln
de Billar situado en la Calle |
11 entre las Avenidas Federico i
Boyd y Melndez.
Nene Herldet.
Presidente de la Liga de Base
Ball Amateur de Coln.
noche en el Coliseo de Lucha
de acuerdo con informacin su-
ministrada por la Federacin
de este deporte.
Se disputarn los Campeona-
tos de seis categoras, o sean
de los pesos de 123, libras 132,
148, 185, 181 y Peso Pesado.
La Federacin est laborando
para que esta Competencia re-
sulte satisfactoria en sus distin-
tos aspectos1 adems donar
medallas y certificados a los
ganadores y atletas destacados.
Por otra parte dar un premio
especial a Carlos Chvez por su
proeza de levantar el doble tie
su peso, lo mismo que entrega-
r un premio a Rafael Csar
por su destacada actuacin en
los ltimos, meses.
El base chorrerano
escoge su seleccin
para el juego del 29
La Liga de Baseball Invernal
de La Chorrera dl a conocer
su Seleccin que se enfrentar
al equipo Canad de la Liga
de Base el dia 29 de los co-
rrientes, en el homenaje que
se le tributar al gran depor-
tista Panameo, Jos Antonio
Checa.
El Seleccionado lo forman:
Francisco Carrasco, Jos Ure-
a. Eustacio Muoz, Francisco
Castillo. Atilio Rodrguez. Feli-
pe Lee, Jos de'. C. Snchez,
Daniel Montilla, Calazn Her-
nndez. Euseblo Rodriguez. Ala
naci Urea. Domingo Urea,
Dionisio Salinas, Rafael Ortiz.
Gregorio Snchez, Jos I. Urea
Isidoro Celestino, Julio Ortiz y
Rafael Pinzn.
Director: Jos Urea.
El equipo Deportivo Ditrani
qued otlclalmente declarado
anoche Campen de Ftbol de
Primera Categora de la Liga
Provincial de Panam, al dese-
charse la protesta del Hura-
cn en relacin con el Juego
que sostuvieron dichos equipos
y en donde los Italianos gana-
ron estrechamente por 3 a 2.
Poca discusin hubo al res-
pecto y a excepcin de un voto
en contra fue desechada la
mencionada protesta. El arbi-
tro Cardales explic sus puntos
de vista en relacin a sus fa-
llos durante el partido en
disputa y los motivos por los
cuales castig ciertas Jugadas.
En esta forma el Ditrani que;
d de primero, el Ancn gan
su subeampeonato y el Hispa-
no se asegur el tercer puesto.
Los otros tres puestos depen-
dern del resultado del juego
del prximo domingo entre Pa-
cfico e Hispano, que ser el
ltimo partido del Calendarlo
del Campeonato para finalizar
oficialmente la temporada. SI
los pacifistas empataran con el
Ibrico, y la liga tendr que de-
cidir entonces a quin le toca
el cuarto puesto; si los blan-
oulazule.s empataran, el Ibri-
co terminar de cuarto, el Pa-
cifico de quinto y el Huracn
cerrar el grupo: si los pac!- \
flslas pierden, finalizarn en
el ltimo lugar empatados con,
el Huracn, y en la misma for-
ma la Liga tendr que decidir,
este asunto.
Con respecto al Ancn, se ha
informado que posiblemente
partan de hoy a maana a El
Salvador y la nmina ha sido,
cambiada en unos cinco Juga-i
dores; no hay mayores Informes;
sobre su actuacin en dicha Re-;
pblica ni cundo regresarn. '
Adems se ha arreglado un I
partido de beneficio para el1
domingo 12 de agosto entre el
Ditrani y el Huracn.
En el atractivo Programa que ofrecer manan/
el boxeo amateur en el Gimnasio Nacional '*
Nuevamente se ofrecer ma-
ana el interesante espectculo
deportivo del encuentro entre
un luchador y un boxeador, en
el programa de la Comisin de
Boxeo Amateur en el Gimna-
sio Nacional.
En esta ocasin se enfren-
tarn el luchador Carlos Barra
:lc 126 libras y el pgil Vicente
Ruiz del mismo peso.
Adems se pfrecern cinco a-
tractivas peleas, con la partici-
pacin de valientes y conocidos t
gladiadores como Beau Jack n,
H. Otis, L. Rodrguez, J. Griffin,
etc.
La funcin comenzar a las.
7 y 45 de la noche y habr
oremlos para los espectadores y
los boxeadores.
La Normal y El Liceo De Seoritas
Se Enfrentan Hoy En Volibol
El equipo de volibol de la Nor-
mal Juan Demstenes Aroseme-
na se enfrenta hoy en un parti-
do amistoso al equipo del Liceo
da Seoritas, en el festival de-
portivo que se celebra en el
Gimnasio de las licestas.
Tanto las normalistas como
las licestas se encuentran pre
paradas para este desafo por
lo cual se espera un reido co-
tejo. En otro de los Jueg03 de
esta velada deportiva se miden,
los equipos de profesores del
Instituto Nacional contra los del
Liceo.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
r.ador.
Comienza maana la serie final de la justa
intermedia del base juvenil de Santa Rita
El jueves en la tarde comen-1 Juego de no hit, no run. donde
zara la Serle final por el cam- K. Lemos resulto el lanzador ja-
uronato del Circuito Interame- -
rlcano del Baseball Juvenil de
Santa Rita, en el cuadro del
mismo nombre, entre los cen-
Iuntos Barriada y Lord Chester-
field.
El torneo constar de tres par
tidos y triunfar el que ;,alga
airoso en das ocasiones; el se-
cundo encuentro tendr lugar
t sbado y el tercero si es ce-
cesarlo se realizar el lunes.
En el partido de ayer, los ci-
garrilleros lograron la oportuni-
dad de participar en la vuelta
inal. al imponerse en un rei-
do encuentro al equipo Gringo
de ]a Guardia por 1 a 0, en un
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