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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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AN INDEPEND
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DAILY NEWSPAPER

Panama American
"Lei the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
//// /A,/////,
TWENTY-SIXTH YBAB
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1951
OTE CENTS
Agreement On 5-Point
Reached Between Peace Teams

Agenda
.
HOLD THAT FLOOD Workmen struggle to keep the wall of sandbags Intact and prevent in-
dustrial plants on the St. Louis, Mo., waterfront from being flooded by the rampaging Missis-
sippi. Most of the city Is on high ground and safe from the flood waters, but the low-lying
riverfront was hard hit.
"Disaster" On Paper
Controlled in Exercise
"You are at your normal place
of work. It is a warm, sunny
morning; no wind, few clouds.
Suddenly the earth Is shaken,
you hear a terrific blast and see
In the direction of Panama Canal
Mlraflores Locks a rapidly rising
column of churning smoke and
vapor. At the base Is a large
dome-shaped cloud of dust and
vapor rolling outward like a
creeping fog."
So reads the report of Simula-
ted Incident No. 1. during the
Command Post Exercise (CPX)
which was held in the Disaster
FRANCO DECORATES SOME HIGH BRASS: Behind his back, army leaders are brewing up revolt
Anti Franco Revolt Brewing
In Spain's Army This Fall
By LEON DENNEN
PARI8, July 26 (NEA). An
kntl-Franco revolt is brewing In
he Spanish Army the force the
ate Admiral Forrest P. Sner-
nan was trying to bring into
he support of the North Atlan-
tic powers on his last mission.
The stroke has been set for
5eptember. Halfway measures
aken by Franco toward moder-
ating hjs regime are not expect-
d to halt It.
It is expected to coincide with
new Wave of labor disturbance
rom ore end of Spain to the
ther.
Generalissimo Franc i s c o
Franco knows about it: the
I. S. Defense Department
knows about it; the Spanish
people know about it.
Certalnlv Admiral Sherman
-.list have known it. because I
am Informed reliably that U. S.
defense officials had details on
the precarious military and po-
litical situation in Spain when
they dispatched Sherman to
Madrid for conferences with
Franco.
"Only by playing; the Am-
erican card can Franco still
save himself," a well in-
formed Western diplomat
told me.
"But even the conclusion of a
two-power military pact between
the United States and Spain
may come too late to salvage
his dictatorship."
It is possible that the U.8. De-
fense and State Departments
sought to enroll Spain on the
side of the Western Alliance be-
fore the anti-Franco movement
plunges the country Into a wave
of strikes, demonstrations and
confusion.
Weather In Southern US Continues
lot So Wife Beating Goes Way Up
ATLANTA. July 29 IUP)It
ent over 90 in Dixie for the
|f>th straight day yesterday and
uman nature was in a sweat.
Cartloads of shaved Ice were
lumped into the swimming pool
t the ultra-swank Piedmont
driving Club here to make a
bol dip a reality.
In Memphis, neighbors who
ad to sleep with their win-
jws open complained that A.
Allen's 21 docs woke them up
ith their barking and odor.
lien said he only had 14 dogs
mr big ones and 10 pups. The
ty told him to get rid of the
jps In 10 days.
Atlanta Police Lieutenant W.
Jay reported that the heat
' the last two weeks has in-
cased the Incidence of wlfe-
^atlng 500 per cent. Thirty-two
usbands have been locked up
>r the offense in that time
hen the usual rate for a fort-
Ight is only five or six.
"I guest the hot weather
akes the husband's raw and
ben the little woman open her
mouth it's too much." Jay com-
mented.
In Charleston. 8. C, both
candidates for mayor pleaded
with voters to come out on .yes-
terday's election day despite the
heat. It rained buckets, plung-
ing the mercury from 90 to 72
in five minutes. Both candidates
rushed to the microphone and
asked the voters to come out
despite the dampness.
The transit line here estab-
lished rush express service to
outlying Hapeville to get work-
ers home quicker from the pres-
sure cooker of downtown At-
lanta.
At Marietta. Oa.. a shotgun
blast broke up a wedding. The
bride-to-be's grandfather, W. H.
Burns, was accused of shooting
the Intended groom. Carl Adams,
in the leg. Burns said it was an
accident but the wedding had
to be postponed.
Tomorrow's forecast con-
tinued hot and maybe a
little rain In the afternoon.
Both departments are con-
vinced Spanish air and naval
bases are vital for the defense
of Western Europe.
This, too, is the opinion of
Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, ex-
pressed during a two-hour con-
versation recently with Jacob
Potofskv, President of the Amal-
gamated Clothing Workers of
America.
Eisenhower told the labor
leader that without Spain's
strategic bases covering the
western entrance to the Medi-
terranean the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization would face
an uphill battle In stemming
the tide of Soviet aggression.
He assured Potofsky that the
U. S. would exert whatever pres-
sure possible towards "democra-
tization" of the Franco regime.
Diplomats here wondered how
far Admiral Sherman went in
applying that pressure. The full
details of his conversations with
Franco may be locked in his di-
arv or some may even have
gone with him when he died
sudvienlv at Naples Sunday.
Spanish sources here be-
lieve the U. S. erred in of-
li-iint Franco a pact with-
out exacting far reaching
concessions. His recent re-
(Continued on Page 6. Column 4)
Gl's General Gets
Gis Extension
WASHINGTON, July 26 (UP)
President Truman yesterday no-
minated Gen. Omar N. Bradley,
the-popular "O.I.'s general," to a
second two-year term as chair-
man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Bradley Is the first man to hold
the post, created two years ago
under the Armed Forces unifica-
tion law with the aim of attain-
ing closer cooperation between
the joint chiefsthe military
heads of the Army, Navy, and Air
Force
The 58-year-old Bradley, who
wanted to retire this year, agreed
to serve another two years on the
grounds that every soldier must
do what his country asks in time
of emergency.
Anglo-Iran
Oil Merger
Plan Outlined
LONDON, July 26 (UP) The
first outlines of a possible An-
glo-Iranian oil partnership plan
emerged here today as Cabinet
convened to consider sending a
special mission to Teheran for
discussions on 'the oil crisis.
It is understood that Iran
has dropped its demand for
British acceptance of the terms
of its nationalization law.
Britain Is still Insisting on
Iranian Premier Mohamed Mos-
sadegh guaranteeing "a rapid
improvement of conditions for
British personnel in the oil
areas."
The oil stores in the great re-
flnerav at Abadan are believed to
be filling so rapidly that the
refinery will have to close down
in six days, unless a solution to
the dispute Is found before
then.
President Truman's special me- I
diator W. Averell Harriman said I
today in Teheran:
"I have passed along to the]
British ambassador an Iranian
formula for reopening negotia- |
tlons.
"I am hooeful that these sug-
gestions will form a basis for <
the reopening of talks between
Iranian and British representa-
tives in a friendly atmosphere."
American Legion
Bingo Tonight
The American Legion will
hold a bingo party tonight in
their new headquarters, for-
merly the Sallflsh Club build-
ing.
Game time Is set for 7:30.
Control center (DCC) Fort Am-
ador this morning.
8taff officers of the Army, Na-
vy, Air Force and Marine Corps
were assembled in the huge 50 by
75 foot DCC control room, when
they were alerted by this an-
nouncement of a tremendous
"explosion."
For the next three hours the
DCC staff Issued written orders
to deal with the simulated devas-
tation described in regular re-
ports from the disaster scene.
As the orders were posted, Se-
nior Staff Officers of all services
studied the results and prepared
comments for a critical discus-
sion to be held at Fort Amador
next Thursday.
The simulated incidents pre-
sented were a portion of the
Joint Armed Services DCC CPX,
during which eleven technical
staffs cooperated in solving the
firoblems arising from a slmu-
Bted Atomic explosion In the
Panama Canal. In the DCC
room was a huge map of the
damaged area, plus a control
board on which staff orders
were posted. In this manner, all
eleven groups could check upon
the actions of each other.
The DCC staff of eleven groups
represents Medical, Fire Fight-
ing. Utilities, Radiological, Food.
Transportation. Com munica-
tions, Bomb -disposal. Police,
Refugee Care, and Public In-
formation. Each individual group
consists of a senior staff mem-
bers, and two advisors to assist
in solving the CPX problems.
They were sitting In a semi-
circle, facing a map of the de-
(Continued on Page 6. Col. 1)

Some Children At
Pedro Miguel Just
Don't Like School
Somebody has been trying to
burn down the schoolhouse at
Pedro Miguel.
We're not mentioning names,
of course, but It Is known that
certain children play In the vic-
inity of the school, and yesterday
a resident noticed smoke and
called the Fire Department.
A fire engine from Pedro Mi-
guel and another from Fort Clay-
ton arrived on the scene, located
the origin and out out the fire in
good order.
A small amount of half-dried
grass, sticks and twigs seemed to
have caused the burning.
The school Is of concrete con-
struction and could not have
been set afire this way.
Although there was no damage
to the building, investigation by
the police Is being continued.
PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 26 (UP). United Nations
and Communist representatives adopted a program for for-
mal ceasefire negotiations today. They immediately began
discussing the fixing of a neutral zone along the 135-mile
Korean battlefront.
Meeting in Kaesong the negotiating teams adopted a
five-ooint agenda for the final armistice discussions.
United Nations officials emphasized that the shooting
will not halt till this armistice has been signed.
How lona that will take no one knows.
Acheson Says
US Ready If
Talks Fail
WASHINGTON, July 28. (UP)
Secretary of 8tate Dean cheson
told Congress today that the Uni-
ted Nations forces In Korea are
ready for a major Communist as-
sault should the formal armistice
talks collapse.
Opening the Administration's
testimony on the proposed $8 -
500,000,000 foreign aid program
Acheson said:
"The discussions at Kaesong
thus far have not yet produced
agreement as to any of the points
of substance which are essential
to a satisfactory armistice.
"If the armistice talks col-
lapse we should be ready for a
major Communist assault on
the United Nations forces.
"The enemy has been building
up his forces throughout the pe-
riod of the Kaesong peace talks.
"General Rldgway Is alert to
the threat, and ready for It."
Acheson used the current truce
negotiations to emphasize that
the United States should not let
down on any phase of the defense
program at home or abroad.
He said the United States must
not allow Itself to be pulled off
balance bv any shift In Commun-
ist tactics, or If there is a Korean
armistice.
"The present armistice nego-
tiations In Korea. Irrespective of
their final outcome, have not af-
fected and will not affect the
need for American support to the
free world.
"Day to day changes in the
news from Korea do not change
the basic situation.
"The danger Is no less real than
a month ago. The strategy of the
Kremlin Is still the same.
The agreed agenda for the armistice conference is:
1) Adoption of the agenda;
2) The fixing of a military demarcation line between
both armies so as to establish a demilitarized zone as a
basic condition for the cessation of hostilities;
3) Concrete arrangements for a ceasefire and arm-
istice, including the composition, authority and functions
of an organization to supervise the carrying out of the
armistice terms;
4) Arrangements relating to prisoners of war;
5) Recommendations to the governments of the coun-
tries concerned on both sides.
As today's meeting started In
Kaesong the Communists aban-
doned their Insistence that the
question of the withdrawal of
foreign troops from Korea be
placed on the agenda.
The United Nations team has
ruled this to be a political ques-
tion beyond the scope of a mili-
tary ceasefire arrangement.
In Gay ISetv Orleans
A Redhead Gets Bopped,
A Seaman Just Misses
NEW ORLEANS, July 20 (UP)
A 32-year-old seaman Jumped
out of a speeding automobile to-
day to get away from two de-
manding girls and a red-haired
wife Jumped out of another auto-
mobile to escape a man who had
kidnaped her.
The seaman. Toivo KUski of
Laurlat Sale, Finland, saved his
money, which was what the girls
were demanding and trying to
take, but the red-haired wife was
shot at four times, pistol-whip-
ped and robbed of $200.
She was Mrs. Ruby Young, 35.
who operates the Bop Radio and
Record Shop on South Rampart
Street with her husband. While
she was being X-rayed for a pos-
sibly fractured skull, she to!d po-
lice she and an employe went out
in her husband's car to buy ra-
dio parts.
But the employe, she said, cov-
ered her with a .38 caliber pistol
and told her to keep driving.
When they reached the suburb
of Metairie, she leaped out of the
automobile and fled as the man
fired four shots at her.
He missed, but jumped out of
the car himself and chased her
through back yards, whacking
her on the head with the butt of
the gun. Finally he snatched her
handbag, which had $200 in It.
ran back to the automobile and
escaped.
Surgeons closed a wound in her
scalp with 12 stitches, gave her a
sedative and closed her room to
visitors. They said her condition
was "undetermined."
Kllski was drinking in the
French Quarter when he got
lonesome and told a taxi driver
to take him to some girls. The cab
driver took him to an apartment
where there was a beautiful red-
haired girl and a "so-so" brun-
ette.
He thought they were drink-
ing up his money too fast, so he
left. But when he reached the
sidewalk, he said, the girls came
running up behind him and!
shoved him into an automobile I
with r. waiting driver.
The car pulled off and the girls I
started pulling and tugging at
him to get his money. Feeling his
resistance slipping, he opened the
door of the automobile quickly
and leaped out.
Kllski landed on his chin,
which he cut deeply, and on his
elbow, which he broke. The auto-
mobile with the girls In it didn't
stop.
"The girls aren't like this in
Finland," he said.
Formal Inspection
Of Fort Sherman
Made By Bathurst
Brig. Oen. Robert M. Bathurst,
Commanding General, United
States Army Caribbean arrived
In Panam by air from Puerto
Rico, yesterday.
The generals plane landed at
Albrook Air Force Base at ap-
proximately 2:00 p.m. He will re-
main In Panam for about a
week, an Army spokesman said.
Accompanied by Col. Stanley
Grlswold, USARCARIB G-4, Gen-
eral Bathurst made a formal Ins-
pection of Forth Sherman, today.
After several conferences, Gen-
eral Bathurst will return to Puer-
to Rico Saturday morning.
With him on this visit are Col.
William C. Golden, Assistant
Chief of 8taff for G-l, U6AR-
FANT and his aide, Capt. Tho-
mas V. McKeon.
FBI Agents Arrest
11 More Communists
In Slates Round-Up
WA8HINOTON, July 26 (UP)
The arrest of II more Commun-
ist Party leaders and function-
aries by FBI agents In Los An-
geles, San Francisco and New
York.was announced today.
All are charged with conspir-
ing to teach and advocate the
Torceful overthrow of the Unit-
ed States government.
Some 44 Communist leaders
have now been indicted on this i
charge. Of the 44 some 11 have
been convlctid.
Four of those convicted are
now fugitives, as are four out for
21 other Communists Usted for
rounding up In New York June
20.
Announcing the latest arrests
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover
said those arrested have devoted
a good part of their adult life to
advancing the Communist Party
cause.
North Korean General Nam II
opened today's meeting by ask-
ing the chief United Nation
negotiator Vice Admiral C. Tur-
ner Joy his views on the com-
promise agenda proposals which
the Communists submitted Yes-
terday and which the United
Nations team has been studying
since.
Joy replied: "We agree on the
whole agenda as it is now flv*
Items."
Nam II then read a statement
giving his Interpretation of th
agenda. Jov nodded in agree-
ment and said: "I propose this
agenda be adopted."
Nam II said: "We agree to
this agenda and adopt It for-
mally."
The negotiators there upon
immediately began discussing
the establishment of a neutral
zone between the armies, tha
fixing of a military demarcation
Une from which both sides will
pull back their troops.
The negotiators approved tht
agenda onlv nine minutes after
entering the conference room
today.
United Nations headquarters
have cautioned against undue
oDtlmlsm over an early end to
the war.
A headquarters state m e n t
said: "It Is much too early to
predict either success or the
rate of progress to be obtained
in the armistice negotiations.
"There are numerous basle
points within the basic frame-
work of the agenda on which
agreement must be reached, and
on which there Is at present a
wide dlvereence of views."
Widely Traveled CZ Couple
Finds Hot Spell Just Grand
0
Doris Is
Back
Ago
in
Probable cause was found
yesterday afternoon in the Bal-
boa Magistrate's Court when
Dor Bud. a 27-year-old Pana-
manian, wan charged with "re-
turning to the Canal Zone af-
ter deportation."
Bail was set In the amount of
$15*.
Doris is an old offender hav-
int previously been charged
with loitering, vagrancy, tres-
passing, disorderly conduct, at-
tempt to bribe and wreck a po-
lice wagon and in August of last
yjear she was sentenced to serve
ne year after returning to the
Canal Zone when deported. She
just reeentl* was released.
Date far trial In the District
Court has not been set.
There's a family in Balboa to
whom the current hot spell is a
delight.
Thev are the Frank J. Millers
of 1488-B Holden Street who
returned to the Canal Zone
Mondav night to make their
home. Miller Is a radio mechanic
with the Aids to Navlation Radio
Telephone Repair shop at Dock
17 in Balboa.
He and Mrs. Miller and four-
'err-old Frank Jav. Jr., find the
local weather a pleasant relief
after that of the Aleutian Is-
lands where thev had lived for
the past two vears. There the
winter temperature ranged be-
tween zero and 12 deerees above:
in summer the thermometer
seldom went higher than 55 de-
Tees, although Mrs. Miller be-
lieves that one day It rot as
warm as 82 degrees. Last vear
they had only eleht days of In-
termittent sunshine: so far in
1951 thev had seen "the sun for
three and a half days and then
onl from time to time.
The Millers knew all about
the Isthmus because thev had
lived here in 1945 and 1946 when
Miller was employed by the Civil
Aeronautics Authority.
While the rest of his famllv
basked in this week's heat Miller
found it not at all excessive. Af-
ter he left the Isthmus in 1946
he had worked for five and one
half months in Saudi Arabia and
a month and a half In Abadan
In Iran as an electronics hlvb.
freauencv engineer installing
radio telephones along the oil
pipelines.
In July and August the Saudi
Arabian davtime temperatur-et
averaged 125 degrees: In Sep-
tember the thermometer waver-
ed between 129 and 138 degrees.
A reading made from a ther-
ometer laid In the sand early
one afternoon showed 169 de-
grees.
Sandstorms were so freauent
and strong that they stripped
paint off cars in a matter of
hours. Miller recalls that he flew
into Saudi Arabia at 21.000 feet.
Even at that altitude, the air
was so full of sand particles
that the end of the plane's
wingtip was not visible from the
passengers' seats. Arab dress,
both the dangling headgear and
the robe, were worn as a pro-
tection against the blowing
sand.
The Millers have a further
distinction. Thev are probably
the onlv local family to fall heir
to quarters eauloment with %
cannon ball. The Housing peonle
offered to remove It. but the
Millers decided to keep their
curio. which is probably
a relic from Fort San Lorenj
left bv an earlier tenant

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPER
IHURSUAY, JULY U, 1951
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
Shipping & AirLine News
TERRY A
GOING DOWN IN THE WORLD
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Hibueras ...................................J1* 29
8.8. Levers Bend .............'..................Am. 3
S.S. Oiiriqni ..................................Aug. 5
S.S. Chlriqui ...................................Aug. 19
(Handling Rrirlrrratfd ChUled and General Cargo)
Arrives
New York Freight Service_______________Cristobal
S.S. Maya ......................................Jul* 28
S.S. Cape Avinof ................................Aug. 5
S.S. Cape Ann ................................. Aur. 12
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................Auf. 18
Weekli Sailing lo New Vork. Los Angeles. Smn hMrfM Seattlt
Occasional Sailings lo New Orleans and Moblla
(The Steamers In ihis aarvlct art Itmlltd In twelve paaaenferi)
tilaI Freight Sailings from CrUlobal lo Weal CmiI Centra I America
Cristbal to New Orleans via gals
Puerto Barrios, (iuatemala _____________Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqui ....................................Aur 1
S.S. Chiriqui ........ (Passenger Service Only).. Am 21
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20
MAERSK LINE
accepting passengers for
NEW YORK
by
M.S. "ELLEN MAERSK"
SAILING JULY 28TH.
(Every room with private bathroom)
C. B. FENTON & Co., Inc.
Tel. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065.
Knutsen Line
accepting passengers for
ANTWERP AND SCANDINAVIAN PORTS
by
M.S. "MARGRETHE BAKKE"
sailing July 27tb.
M.S. "OGEKA," sailing August 10th.
(All rooms with private bathroom)
C. B. FENTON & Co., Inc.
Tel. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065.

BARBER-LINE
ACCEPTINC 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. Be FENTON & Co., Inc.
Tel. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
Seats Still Available
For San Bias Tour
Eight seaU are still available
for the last trips to the San Bias
Islands to be conducted this sea-
son by Fred Busch. The tours will
be taken Saturday and Sunday.
The plane leaves Tocumen air-
port at 8 a.m.. flies down to Man-
dinga Point and on to the San
Bias Islands, returning the same
day at 6 p.m.
Those interested In joining ei-
ther the Saturday or the Sunday
group should contact Busch at
Cristobal 2315.
BOAC's Revenue for June
Sets Record Figure
A personal message from Sir
Miles Thomas. Chairman of
BOAC sent to all sales staff of
the Corporation stated: "In May,
for the first time In our history
our revenue exceeded $7,000,000
In a single month. This is a re-
sult of the reorganized sales
drive and the coordinated efforts
of everyone in the sales depart-
ment."
BOAC's June revenue from the
! Panama office was also well a-
j bove that for May and set a rec-
cord figure, an official of the air-
I line announced.
! Panama Becomes PAA'
Sixth Pilot Base Next Week
Next week Panama joins the
list of Pan American World Air-
I ways' operating bases in Latin
America. On August 1. PAA Is
transferring 18'captalns and first
' officers to Panama to fly the DC-
I 3s which provide service to air-
ports In Central America too
small to accommodate the air-
line's larger planes. Panama be-
comes PAA's- sixth pilot base in
! the Latin American Division. The
others are Miami. Houston. New
Orleans. New York and Rio de
Janeiro.
Panama Agencies Company
Announces Personnel Change
An official announcement was
made by A. G. Deisz, Manager
of Panama Agencies Co., regard-
ing the appointment of Daulton
Mann. Jr.. as assistant manager
for the company, effective yes-
terday. Mann succeeds Dash-
! wood P. Darling who is being
| transferred to the San Francisco
office of the Grace Line.
Mann has previously been In
the head oflices of the Grace
Line in New York.
SS Panama Arrives
Monday in Cristobal
The S.S. Panama is scheduled
lo arrive at Cristobal Monday
with 172 passengers, according to
the advance passenger list from
the Panama Line offices at Bal-
boa Heights.
The complete advance passen-
ger list follows:
Mrs. Pegev Adams and son. Lt.
and Mrs. Philip J. Allen Jr. and
son, Mr. and Mrs. George C. An-
derson. Miss Janet Barnes. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank E. Borselllno and
four children. Miss Frances Bren-
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children and Henry P. Butcher.
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Mrs. Ray Caldwell and son, Will-
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Mrs. Emerson W. Cottrell. Mrs.
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daughter, Harland V. Howard.
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Red Angel Tried To Get Army
Commission Via White House
WASHINGTON, July 26 (UP) Frederick Vanderbilt
Field, millionaire backer of left-wing causes, once tried to
obtain an Army Intelligence commission through the White
House, the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee was told
yesterday.
The statement came as Edward C. Carter of New
York, a trustee of the Institute of Pacific Relations, testifi-
ed before the Senate group in its first public session. It is
investigating the Institute and "subversive forces" which
allegedly may have influenced America's Far Eastern
policy.
Sen. James 0. Eastland, D., Miss., questioned Carter
regarding efforts made in 1942 to obtain a commission for
Field, now facing a contempt sentence in New York for
refusing to name those who furnished bail for four missing
Communists.
Carter, now with the new
School for Social Research In
New York, said he tried to help
Intelligence to aid any other
government."
Under Questioning by Chair-
Field by writing to "someone In man Pat McCarran. D.. Nev.,
Washington" to speed the com- '
mission, which never came
through.
Eastland then produced a
photostatic copy of a letter
Field wrote to Carter. It said
that "presumably Owen is tak-
ing it (the commission matter)
up with Currle."
Carter saia ileld was refer-
ring to Far Eastern expert Owen
Latimore and Laughlln Currle.
one-time confidential aide to
the late President Roosevelt
Confessed "spy queen" Elizabeth
T. Bentlev once accused Currle
of being an Information source
for a Communist espionage net-
WP'*tC
Both Currle and Lattlmore
were connected with the IPR.
a private international research
organization.
en. Joseph B. McCarthy. R..
Wls.. charged last vear that
Lattlmore was one of Russian
chief spies in this country.
While Lattlmore was cleared by
a Senate committee. McCarthy
ce'led it a "whitewash."
McCarthy, although not a
subcommittee member, attend-
ed yesterday's session.
Sen. Herbert R. O'Conor,
i).. Mil., told Carter he was
"doing something to the de-
triment of your country" by
trying to get Field an of-
ficer's commission.
Carter replied that, at that
time, he did not know Field was
toeing the Red line and thought
he was just confused.
"I thought it would-etralghten
him out. I thought he was readv
to come clean and serve his
country," he said. "I had no idea
he would use a position in Army
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Carter said he once employed
at IPR a Chinese scholar named
Chi Chao-tlng, who deserted the
Chinese Nationalist cause last
year and went over to the Chin-1
ese Reds.
"Your guess is as good as I
mine," Carter said, as to whether
he "always was a Communist at
heart" or fled because "he saw
which way the tide was going."
The subcommittee then in-
troduced a letter dated Feb. 10.
1950. from William T. Holland,
who succeeded Carter- as IPR
secretary-general, to Ivison S.
MacOady of London's Royal In-
stitute of International affairs.
The letter said Chi "may
well prove to be one of our
most influential friends In
China." At that time he had
been chosen Chinese Com-
munist delegate to the Unit-
ed Nation* Economic- and
Social Council.
Another letter, from Latti-
mora to Carter, said the latter,
was "pretty cagey" In turning i
over part of a research project i
into the Sino-Japanese war to:
three Chinese "Aslaticus."
Hrnseng and Chi. They were
promptly identified by Eastland
U "noted Communists." Carter
denied he knew this.
Lattimore's letter of July 10,
1038, also suggested the Institute
should "keep behind the official
Chinese Communist position
far enough not to be covered by !
the same label, but enough
ahead of the active Chinese Lib-
erais to be noticeable.' '
He also recommended general!
support of Russia's International
policy, according to -the letter.
But he warned against using
their slogans or appearing to
be "subservient."
The hearings, which McCar-
ran said will go on for several
weeks, brought out that Field
had donated about $60,000 to
the Institute and on occasions
underwrote the American sec-
tion's entire deficit.
Part of the fun of playing in
tournaments Is having a few
noteworthy hands to hash over
with your friends. One such hand,
shown today, resulted in a clear
top for Ivan Half, of Pittsburgh,
and William Mouser. of Detroit,
in the Life Masters Individual
Tournament of 1950.
Not everybody would bid the
North cards as Mouser did. He
had agreed with Half to show
aces over two-bids. Hence he had
to bid two no-trump (showing no
aces i as his first response to two
diamonds. Many of the other ex-
perts bid two spades with the
North cards.
At his next turn Mouser de-
cided to raise the clubs on the
theory that his club support was
surely vital Information while his
spade suit might be worthless
From there on Half took over to"
get to the slam contract in clubs.
Half won the opening diamond
lead, led to the queen of hearts,
and returned to his own hand
with a diamond. This was a risky
play, but Half had decided it was
even riskier to draw any trumps.
When the second diamond got
bv. Half could cash the ace of
hearts to discard dummy's, last
diamond. He continued wKh a
low diamond and West ruffed
with the jack. Dummy overruff-
ed with the queen and declarer
decided that West's nil/ showed
that the rest of the trumps were
held by East.
A cross-ruff was indicated, so
Half ruffed a spade in his own
hand, another diamond in the
dummy; and a second spade in
his hand. Now he could cash the
ace of hearts, ruff a heart with
dummy's ten and gather in the
eleventh and twelfth tricks with
the ace and king ot clubs.
Electric Chair
Instead Ot Fiesta
For Negro Lad
OAINE8VILLE, Pla.. July 26.
(UP)A 16-year-old Negro boy
who "just wanted to look nice
for the school party" was sen-
tenced today to death in the
electric chair for rr -lerlng
Marion County Sherifl 1ward
Porter.
A Jury of 12 white men last
week found young Orion John-
son guilty of killing Porter with
an ice pick and with the of-
ficer's own gun.
He will die on the date set in
a death warrant to be Issued
by Gov. Fuller Warren.
MONTEZUMA
is tops 1
Rental rates for the new hous-
es being constructed this year as
part of the Canal's long-range
building program have been an-
nounced at Balboa Heights.
Rentals for composite type
houses, like those built last year
in San Juan Place and those re-
cently completed on HainsStreet
In Diablo Heights, will range
from $46.50 to SCI per month.
Houses of this type are under
construction on Guayacan Ter-
race In Ancon and on First and
Sixth Streets In Margarita.
Rates for the new masonry
houses being built on Bndlcott
and Morrison Streets in Diablo
Heights and on Jadwin 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 $81.
The rental scale for the mason-
Sr houses will be: two-bedroom
uplex. $54.50; two-bedroom cot-
tage 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.
The composite type duplexes ,
being built on Guayacan Terrace ',
in Ancon are now scheduled for |
Italians Prove
Hardy Colonists
Near Cape Horn
BUENOS AIRES. July 26 (UP)
A handful of hardy Italian
immigrants are transforming
the world's most southerly set-
tlementthe former penal col-
ony at Ushuaia, in bleak'Tierra
del Fuegointo a thriving mo-
dern town.
i
The first construction work-
ers descended two years ago on
the windswept townsite. only
100 miles northwest to Cape
Horn. Soon after, the first ship-
ment of 480 immigrants arrived
direct from Italy.
It was no life of luxury that
they found waiting for them.
Ushuaia Is swept, all year round.
by ley breezes from the South'
Pole. The winters are long and
Utterly cold, and even during
the brief summers the mercury
Kldom goes over 40 degrees I
Fahrenheit.
Some of the colonists lost
heart and went home, but most |
of them thrived. Others came
from Italy, and the population
of the town today has grown to
1,100 persons88 of them new
natives of Ushuaia.
The former prison settlement
today Is a thrivingIf somewhat ]
primitivetown of sturdy frame
houses.
It has its own wooden church,
a small school for the colony's
300 children, two grocery stores,
a meat-packing plant and a
hydroelectric power plant.
Most of the townsmenIn-
cluding a number of recent ar-
rivals from nearby Chileare
employed on construction pro-
jects for the Argentine naw. \
which administers Tierra del i
Fuego, or in the develooment of
the resion's timber industry.
Ushuaia faces one serious pro-
blema drawback common to
frontier settlements. Its 1,100
Inhabitants include only 115
women.
completion about the middle of
October. The same type houses in
Margarita, both cottages and du-
plexes, are being completed a-
head of schedule by the contrac-
tors Pan Pacific Construction
Corporation. Nine of these build-
ings, including 13 apartments,
both duplexes and cottages, will
be completed by August 15. A to-
tal of 17 buildings are being built
in this development on First and
Sixth Street and the entire group
of houses was originally sched-
uled for completion In December.
The masonry houses being built
by Isthmian Constructors. Inc.,
on Endlcott and Morrison Streets
In Diablo Heights are also being
completed ahead of schedule. It Is
now expected that eight M these
cottages will be turned Tver to
the Housing Division for assign-
ment about August fo. There are
22 buildings under construction
in this area.
Another group of masonry
houses under construction by the
Building Division on Jadwin Road
in Gatun are scheduled for com-
pletion in December.
Albrook Shoots At
$2,000 Goal In AF
Aid Society Drive
The annual Air Force Aid So-
ciety drive has begun taking
shape. Plans have been complet-
ed to stage several special events
in order to help bolster the fund
raising campaign at Albrook Air
Force Base.
Major Earl R. Leaser, officer-
ln-charge of the drive at Albrook.
announced Tuesday that a big
bingo party will be held on Au-
gust 3. In addition, two benefit
basketball game have been sche-
duled for the night of August 2
at Fort Clayton. In, the first of
the two games, the Albrook Fly-
ers will meet the 504th Field Ar-
tillery. Air Force officers meet
Army officers in a preliminary
game. f
Donations as prizes for the
bingo are being made by both
Panam and Canal Zone mer-
chants.
Latest donations received were
a twin cocktail shaker set from
Mercurio Jewelers of Panam
City, a 17-jewel laguna necklace
watch from Casa Fastlich, Pan-
am City, two electric wall clocks
from the Coca Cola Company, a
battery-run wall clock from In-
ternational Jewelry, Inc., and a
flight bag from Mr. Martin B.
Glasgall. representative for the
Universal Sporting Goods Corp.
of New York.
The Air Force Aid Society,
which is the official emergency
relief organization for Air Force
personnel. Is conducting its drive
till August 4. Albrook's goal has
been set at $2000 for this year.
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his school.
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TOKYO, July 26 (UP) The
Japanese government today
wrote off 254,000 Japanese as
having died in Russian prison
camps, and appealed to the Unit-
ed Nations to Intervene and save
an estimated 77,000 survivors
known in Communist hands, and
29,000 whose fate is unknown.
A Government white paper
asked the United Nations Gen-
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question for a second time at the
next general session In Paris in
September.
An association of families with
men in Siberia held a national
convention in Yokohama yester-
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Yankees Take One Game Lead In American League

White Sox Whip Sox;
Dodgers Increase NL Lead
By United Prats
NEW YORK, July 26 Johnny Mize hit o two-run
double in the ninth inning to give the Yankees a 2-1 vic-
tory over the Indians at the Yankee Stadium.
Going into the final gome of the series today, the
Yankees are on top of the American League by one game,
the Red Sox are second by one game over the Indians and
the Indians lead the fourth place White Sox by a game
and-a-half-
'. The White Sox kept themselves;
In the race when they were on j
She verge of extinction when the |
veteran Ken Holcombe hurled a
live-hit 6-2 triumph over the Red
jfoi at Boston.
' MUe. who is pretty close to the
end of the trail at 38. has given
the Yankee a big lift at the im
Yankee third baseman Gil Mc-
Dougald at the start of the
ninth but fanned Gene Wood-
linn and got Joe DiManio en a
fly.
Yogi Berra singled and Mac-
Dougald took third. Then Mize
banged out his drive to left. The
fans thought left fielder Boo
portant tinie. HI* latest big wal- : Kennedy should have caught the
op was that double that left plen-'v
ty of controversy in its wake.
; Mike Garcia, with a shutout
in his f rP. yielded a single to
Schoolboy
Sports
SUMMER RECREATION
PROGRAM
ball but he only got the tip of his
glove on it and two runs raced
home.
The blow gave a six-hit tri-
umph to Ed Lopat who had yield-
ed a run in the first inning on
two singles, a fly and force out.
Holcomke, 3.3-year-old right-
hander, came up with a pitch-
ing classic just when the Chi
sox were complaining that on-
ly one of their last seven start-
ers had gon* the route.
Don Lenhardt hit a three-run
homer 'his second in two days)
to give the White Sox a 3-1 lead
and after that they were never
headed. The White Sox got more
!;! Wednesday the summer recre-
ation eliminations of the Pacific
jap> boys and girls volleyball get runs but that homer was 11 Hol-
Juuder way with the La Boca boys combe needed for his eighth win.
and girls "taking honors. The vol- Ned Garver of the last place
Srball championship on August; Browns won his 13th game, 5-4.
8,-4:00 p.m.. at Paraiao Gymna- over the Athletic in a Philadel-
Jgitim will be hotly contested. I phia night contest. The Browns
r The Physical Education and scored their winning run against
Recreation Branch sponsored the j Carl Schelb In the ninth on sin-
iffair. In the Junior High girls | gles by Bill Jennings and Bob
game La Boca defeated Red Tank I Young and Jim Delslng's fly.
paraso by a score of 15-8. 15-12, Gil Coan hit. a triple to lead
18-1. La Boca displayed the fast! the Senators to a 7-4 victory over
the Tigers t Washington. The
Senators' pon Johnson gained
his sixth victory with an tight-
hitter.
;atfvlce.
r In the second set Red Tank-
Faraiso won. but could not get
themselves together in the last
game. Red Tank-Paralso boys
wuNered two straight setbaoks to
be, "eliminated DV La Bot'a boys,
-. 15-13. It was a well con-
tested game.
.The final game was played be-
tween La Boca and Santa Cruz
11 Boca walked away with the
-game 15-3. 15-9 and will take on
tile winner of the Atlantic side.
. .For the girls' final, Santa Cruz
tried hard to take the La Bocana.
Id the first set both team* bat-
tled over a hour and La Boca
Mm he game 15-12. In the sec-
oad the tired Santa Cruz lost
*fain 15-4.
' TThe
High School boy of San-
ta- Cruz and Red Tank-Paraiso
girls will play the Atlantic side
for. championship honors.
rr golf
m
I he Red Tank-Paraiso corn-
tee will run a golf tourna-1
merit at the Red Tank ball park
o'rilSunday. July 29.
The Physical Education and
Recreation Branch will give a-
NATIONAL LEAGl'E
The Dodgers lengthened their
lead to nine games as they won
their fifth straight, 8-2, from the
Cubs at Chicago. Preacher Roe
scored his 14th victory against
two losses despite giving Eddie
Mlksls a homer with the first
pitch.
The Dodgers' Gil Hodges, the
major league leader, hit his 30th
homer of the campaign.
The second plact Giants won a
delayed game from Junt 17 with
a 7-6 victory over the Pirates in
ten Innings at Pittsburgh then
lost the regular gam*. 8-4.
The delayed game was re-
sumed with the score tied in
the. eighth. -'., and the Giants
woa in the tenth on Al Dark's
flv with the basts loaded.
Rookie Al Crowin was shutting
out the Pirates in the second tilt
until they blasted him for four
runs in the seventh- -including a
three-run homer by Joe Garagi-
Qlaand they added the winning
run against George Spencer In
the eighth on George Metkovich's
wards, to the winner. The three i fly.
lending golf ptavers of the fol- Robin Roberts pitched a four-
lowing towns: Silver City, Gatun,
Santa Cruz. Paraso, Red Tank,
an La Boca will take part in the
tournament.
hitter to give the Phillies a 2-0
victory over the Cardinals In a
St. Louis night game for his 13th
triumph. Del Wilber homered.
Oiribe, Powells
Triumph In Atlantic
Basketball League
Jh the opening game of the
evening Refreaquei'l Caribe took
a fast leg dip the first half, tally-
ing 28 points while Coco Solo,
who sorely mlwed the service of
their ace Heffner were able to
score but 16 in the ame period.
The first half was a true Indica-
tion of the progress of the game
with the final score standing, 44-
33 for Caribe.
The box scores:
Ktfrts. Caribe EG FT TP
Pescod........ 0 0 0
Simons, R....... 5 1 11
Moser........ 2 0 4
Hall.......... 3 0 6
Hooper........ 1 2 4
Highley........ 3 0 6
Welch........ 3 0 6
Gibson........ 2 1 5
Olhoeft........ 1 0 2
Totals.........20 4 44
Coco Solo FG FT TP
8chulU........ 3 2 8
Belviy........ 3 1 7
Nestle........ 0 2 2
Hosfelt........ 1 1 3
Carfrev........ 2 1 5
Bryant......... 3 2 8
Grochowski..... 0 0 0
Totals.........12 9 33
In the second game, Westing-
house, who had but five men pre-
sent at the stgrt of the game,
trailed the Powell's powerhouse,
34-18 at the half. In the third
quarter, however, Westlnghouse
scored 22 points to Powell's 11.
closing the gap to 48-38. At the
final horn Powell's were still on
top. 55-48.
The box scores:
Powell's FG FT TP
Manning....... 5 3 13
Sullivan....... 2 0 4
Bailey......... 6 1 13
Bryant ........ 2 0 4
Simons........ 1 1 3
8rnith.......... 1 1 3
Brady......... 6 1 13
Wilson........ 0 2 2
Totals.........23 9 65
Westinghouae FG FT TP
Chambers...... 8 4 16
H. Tom........ 0 0 0
Lam.......... 0 0 0
Arosemena...... 4 1 9
Ibaez........ 2 0 4
c cells........ 7 19
Totals.........18 12 48
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Basketball 'Bribery Scandal9
Balboa Recreation Bowling
Tourney Draws J01 Entrie
The Recreation Bowling Tour-
nament held at the Balboa Bowl-
ing Alleys finished yesterday as
the last of 101 bowlers completed
the "mixed doubles" tournament.
The competition Increased as
the tournament progressed from
the singles to the doubles, to the
"mixed doubles" where lucky
Gibbj and Marlene Jeppson nosed
out Jennye Stephens and Ted
Norr(s by two pins. 753 to 751. It
was l*o encouraging to see some
children who were bowling in
their first tournament come
through as winner.
The following i a list of win-
ners:
single* u years and under
Hamma John...... 3*5
Doubles
fltoudner, Dixie...... 340
Sandrone, Dorothy. M0> 70.
Singles14 yrs. and underBoys
Reece. James...... 308 .<
Double*
Ftshbough, Calvin.. .. 17n
Smith, lob........ 319) 90
SlugltsGirls
Cramer. Ann....... S47
Doubles
Cramer, Ann....... 335 >
Jeppson. Marlene .. .. 3Wi 7Q1
infles1 yw- and. underleys
Withers, Ken \..... 40
Doubles
Peganar, Al........ 33'
Lee, Fred.......... 3W' 721
a Hulea Girl
Stephens, Jennye ... 380
Doublet
Moriey, Mary A..... W'
Medina. Velma...... S9> 710
Mixed Doub.lt*
Jeopson, Marlene .... 3*7>
Gluts. Melvln...... 3g> 753
It is reminded that bowling will
continue for all on the same ba-
sis a spreceding the tournament
19-11 a.m. Monday through Fri-
day 1 until the Canal Zone Tour-
nament on August 31.
Gun Club IVoles
Sunday, July 22. eighteen shoot-
ers turned out at the Gamboa
Gun Club and took part in th
Lucky Shoot held for the Tas-
slns. who are planning to attend
the Grand American at Vandal-
ia, Ohio, Aug. 18 through Aug. 26.
The program for this shoot
consisted of fifty sixteen-yard
targets, fifty handicap targets,
and twenty-five pairs of double.
Charley Dlsharoon. who has al-
ways been very consistent, proved
to the boys that he still possess-
es, the supremacy of the sixteen-
yard clays by shattering the fifty
straight, which add up to one
hundred and fifty straight for his
last one hundred and fifty tries.
Balboa Boy Is
High Scorer In
Archery Tourney
Young Jimmy Watson outgeor-
ed everyone in his age group as
well as all other archgrs to place
himself at the top of the scoring
list in a tournament held at Pe-
dro Miguel Friday morning. Close
to forty young "Robin Hoods"
turned out for the ahoot repre-
senting Balboa, Diablo, Gamboa,
and Pedro Miguel.
Other high scores wtrt as. fol-
lows: 12-yr. age group Jimmy
Watson, first, 53; Roger Million,
2nd. 531: Lane Coa, 3rd, 477. Both
Lane and Rogtr are from Pedro
Miguel. Among the girls in the
same age group, the honors went
to: 1 Sharon Hammond, PM.,
503; 2 -Susan Taylor, Diablo,
364; 3Doris Young, P.M., 2S7.
In the 10-year age group. J-
Gibson. P.M.. first. J. Snodgraas,
Gamboa, second and J. Morris,
Gamboa, third. The scores were
290, 235, and 214 respectively.
Among thg older boys (up to
141, J. Uf.sLondes of Balboa was
first with 423. J. Goodin. Gam-
boa, second, )eo, and J. Black
burn, P.M., third with 315.
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Excellent shooting Dish.
Tassin. with 41 came out sec-
ond, and Tom Boyd, who always
make an appearance in the high
score, finished with 46 A brake
period was called after the six-
feen-yard event was finished to
Jive the shooters and their guests
it- opportunity to feast on the
delicious lunch Mary Dlsharoon
had prepared for- this special oc-
casion. Needless to say, it was en-
joyed by all.
Then the trophies that were
late coming, were presented to
the champions of our last state
shoot, and the shoot was resum-
ed- Tom Boyd proved his appre-
ciation for the trophy that he re.
celvtd by smashing 49 of his fifty
targets. Cunningham and Tassin
came out next with 45.
Recuperating from his mishap
in the handicap, consistent Char-
ley Dlsharoon cams out punch-
ing with both lists and took the
marvelous double event, scoring
forty-seven ou1, of fifty, a feat
unheard of in our clubs for many,
many moons. Old dependable P-op
Sanders was keeping Dish very
close company with his forty,
four.
When the shoot was over, it
could be noticed that everybody
had a grand time. It Is the wish
of the writer that many more of
these friendly gatherings be pro.
moted in the days to come.
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Hdop IS yd. Hdcp pr dhl
T. Tassin 19
T. Boyd II
Francis 17
Kllgallen 17
W. Cun-
ningham 19
P. Dlsh-
aroon 19.
L. Jones 18
C.S. San-
ders 19
C. Dlsh-
aroon 19
Spencer 19
P. Chris-
tie
Lt. Arm-
staad 18
L. Brown 19
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L. Carr
R. Norton
H. Hartz
Tom McNeil
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SCOTCH WHISKY *^
TOLEDO, Ohio, July 2 (UP>
There's a new chapter In the bas-
ketball bribery scandal, one that
officials at Toledo University
would juat ae soon foxget.
Three Toledo court tars have
admitted "fixing" points in one
6gme for a 11750 payoff. They say
ley turned down offers to pull a
"point fix" in three other games.
That brings the total number
Of collegiate bribe takers since
the big New York scandal broke
last winter to 2fl.
The latest are William Walk-
er, Jr., and Carl Musi, cp-cap-
tains of the Toledo team last
year, and Robert McDonald, cap-
tain elect of next year's team.
in a confession revealed yes-
terday, this Toledo trio admitted
taking the brio* to guarantee
that Toledo won by less than sev-
en points in a game played De-
cember 14 against Niagara. The
game was at Toledo.
Toledo, beat Niagara by only
three points, but almost fouled
up the gambler* vtbo ott they'd
win by ess than seven. Toledo
led by 17 noipu with only three
minutes left tq play-
Walker received the money
from a New York gambler. Kit
Klukofskl, also involved in other
fixes, and gave $250 each to Musi
and McDonald- He kept $1200 for
himself.
New Yonk District Attorney
Prank Hogan, who broke the case
through nls spring investiga-
tions, says the three refused to
shave point spreads against Mi-
chigan, Illinois and Denver. Iron-
ically, school spirit was the rea-
son.
"The players explained to.KU-
kofskl," says Hogan, "that it
meant too much to them and the
school to beat teams like Michi-
gan. Illinois and Denver. So they
wouldn't tamper with the point
spread."
Toledo won all three games.
Hogan mphasaes that ate
charge* hare betn placed
against the 'bree players be-
came there art no laws in the
State of Ohio dealing wit
sparts bribery. The District At-
torney says all three were "very
cooperative" In the investiga-
tion.
Two of the Toledo players hail
from the New York City area-
Walker from St. Albans and Mo-
Donald from Jamaica. McDonald
is president of the 1951-52 senior
class. Musi is front Akron. All
three are World War II veterans.
Walker led the ountry in assists
last season, feeding off for 200
baskets in 27 games.
Before Hogan broke the story
yesterday, he telephoned Toledo
Coach Gerard Bush.
"It was a terrible shock to
him," says Hogan. "He was alck
all over."
Hogan denies a story in New
York City papers which says five
Other school were involved in the
scandal, aside from Bradley
which was hit Monday- Seven
Bradley players were Implicated.
Gene Melchiorre, Bill Mann.
Aaron Preece, Charles Orovtr
and Jim Kelly admitted receiv-
ing $5,500 for "shaving" the point
spread in two games. A sixth play-
er G e o r g e Chianakas was
questioned and released. The
seventh playerFred Schlicht-
manis en route to Peora, the
Illinois school tor questioning.
A11 nook. Royal Crown Clash
In Pacific 1st Half Finale;
Mauricio, Lincoln In Opener
FIRST GAME
Lincoln Lift vs. .VUuriciu.
SECOND GAME
Royal Crown vs. Albrook.
(First tame start at 7: p.m.
The league-leading Albrook
Flyers and the second place Roy-
ai crown aodamen win meet to-
night In the feature game of a
doubleheader in the Pacific Bas-
ketball League. Tonight, is the
last regularly scheduled game of
the first half and a victory by
the Royal Crown team will cre-
ate a tie and force a two out of
three game playoff to determine
the winner of the first hal.
Royal Crown has already de-
feated the Flyers twice and are
favored to turn the trick again.!
as reports are that Albrook will |
again be without the services of
their high-scoring center, Karl
PareelL
If the first half ends in a tie,
the two teams will meet in a play-
off series after the completion of
the first round of play in the sec-
ond half, which will start July 29.
The first game of the evening
will have the Lincoln Life team
pitted against the Mauricio out-
fit, who although have managed
to win only one game in the fir#t
half are determined to improve
their standings in the second half
and have shown considerable im-
provement during their past few
games.
Lou Hilzlnger's main difficulty
seems to be the lack of capable
reserves but he is expected' to
strengthen his team before the
start of the second half. Bob Gib-
son of the Lincoln Life team has
been gaining steadily on the lead-
ers in the scoring department
and will be out to Increase his
total tonight.
Arosemena still leads in the
raoe for the Braniff Airways
coring trophy, but his margin
over Bob Gibson has dwindled to
17 points, who too kover sole pos-
session of second place Sunday
night by virtue of his 22 points
scored against Rgyal Crown. The
six high scores to date are Hated:
Arosemena Gibson (L-Li........ 154
Parsell 'Alb.. ...... 132
Lee lAlb.i.......... 123
Bclafanl (Aib.t...... 109
Lufti Mau-i........ 100
American League
TEAMS Wo Leal Pet. G.B. TEAM6- Wan Lost Pet. G.B.
New York. 55 34 bl8 Brooklyn . 58 SI .44
Boston 5$ Vt vA4 1 New York. $1 4S $41 t
Cleveland. 14 37 .5*3 t St. Louis 45 43 .511 1$
Chicago. . Detrtt 54 46 .574 114 Philadelphia 45 Hi 4>5 ll'l
41 47 .4M 14 Cincinnati 41 45 .499 14
Washington Philadelphia 41 St .451 15 Boston . 4 4$ .413 14 i i
\ St. Louis . $$ as .111 l?M Pittsburgh 37 55 .m se
TODAY' GAMES
Chicago at Boatost.
Cltvtland at New Vork.
Detroit at Waahington.
t. Louis at Philadelphia
(N).
YCSTKRDAY'g RESULTS
Chicago 000 C-03 130 8 12 0
Boston 100 000 1002 5 1
Holcombe <- andMaal; Par-
neli' ii-7', Masttrson and Evans.
Cleveland 100 000 0001 1
New York 00Q COO 0022 7 0
Garcia (12-7) and Tebbetts;
Lopat 112-61 and Berra.
Detroit 300 QOOO 0014 I 2
Washingt'n 022 200 01x7 14 0
autchmson (8->, Borowy,
White, Bearden and Ginsberg;
Johnson 16-S.1 and Klutts.
Night Game)
St. Louis............ S
Philadelphia.......... 4
National League
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N).
Brooklyn at Chicago.
Only Games Scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 010 103 C016 7 0
Chicago 100 010 0002 8 4
Roe (14-2' and Campanella;
Rush 15-9', Dubiel and Owen.
New York O10 120 0004 5 0
Pittsburgh 000 OOO 41x5 10 1
Cor win. Spenctr (5-2i and
Wastrum: Law. Queen, Werle,
Wilks i2-2' and Garagiola.
(Night Game)
Philadelphia.......... 3
St. Louis............ 0
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Bocchicchio Sought Local Card In Walcott And Wound Up With Champion
Never Lost
Faith In Old
Jersey Joe
Second ol three dispatches on
tht remarkable human interest
story that Is Jersey Joe Walcott.
By HAKRV GRATSON
NEA Snorts Editor
NEW YORK. July 2 (NEAi
Honorable Arnold Raymond
Cream evades only one question
the one having to do with his
age.
Creamthe incredible Jersey
Joe Walcott
'.laughs It ol!,
making you
suspect he is
well into his
40s, rather than
t h e admitted
37.
Walcott win-
ning the heavy-
weight cham-
pionship in his
fifth attempt
after 21 years
Is preposterous,
but no stranger
Bocchlcchlo than the story
of Felix Bocchlcchlothat's
right, Mr. Printers-picking him
off the floor.
If ever a man had faith in a
human being, Bocohicchio stuck
with the New Jersey-born son of
a West Indian Negro.
Bocchlcchlo, a handsome,
eaay-to-meet Italian crowding 60.
knew nothing of boxing when he
drifted from toe Pennsylvania
coal country to Camdtn, N. J..
where he became a bit of a rack-
et guy and boss.
Bocchlcchlo met Vic Marsillo, a
matchmaker and manager, start-
ed promoting iighU at the Cam-
den Armory.
HESITANT ABOUT COMEBACK
Things weren't going too well
at the gate just before Christmas
of 1944. when Mantillo mentioned
n old heavyweight who had re-
tired for the sixth time three and
half vears before. He had nam-
ed himself after the old and
Jreat welterweight champion,
oe Walcott, knew his way
ground, might draw a few quid as
a local attraction.
Walcott had only two inconse-
quential fights in tiny Batesville.
N.J.. between June of 1941 and
January of 1945. He had collected
garbage, applied for a post on
the Pennsauken Township police
force, was caulking ships in the
Camden shipyards at $90 to $95
week. He had seven mouths to
feed. Boxing had bten cruel.
So, when Bocchlcchlo looked
Walcott up in his broken-down
Merchantville, N. J.. house, and
proposed one more whirl, with his
career properly sponsored, Jersey
Joe hesitated.
"Mr. Felix," he admitted hon-
tstlv, "my family is getting along
for the first time. I don't know
If I want to take a chance on
boxing again."
"I'll give you enough every
week or so you won't have to wor-
ry about your family." Bocchlc-
chlo proposed. The Walcotts had
their first real Christmas.
BURLAP CLOSED DOOR
MSTS Has World Wide
Carrier Task Mission
The Military Sa Transporta-
tion Service in the Canal Zone,
with Headquarters on the Fif-
teenth Naval District Reserva-
tion. Is commanded by Captain
Samuel P. Coaly, U.S. Navy.
rtefly, the lob of M8T8 ii to
"Provide, under one authority,
control, operation and adminis-
tration of ocean transportation
of personnel, material, mail and
other cargoes for all agencies or
departments of the National
Military Establishment (exclud-
ing personnel and cargo trans-
ported by units of the fleet) and
as authorized or directed lor oth-
er government agencies or de-
partments."
Organization
MSTS is organized much like a
task force, with headquarters in
the Main Navy Building. Wash-
ington, D.c. Area Commands are
located at New York San Fran-
cisco, London and Tokyo. Sub-
area Commands are maintained
at New Orleans, Seattle and P*arl
Harbor. More than a acora of
port offices and port representa-
tives are stationed at smaller
porta in Alaska, Korea, England,
the Canal Zone and points be-
tween .
HIS MANFeeling Jersey Joe Wakotfs balita* acto.
year-aid rolls kis area U admiration of tkc -Igkty left arm
knocked out Kuard Charles. (NEA)
six
tkat
Vance Caught Bums At Worst,
But They Are A Solid Ball Club
Bv HARRY GRAVSON
NEA Spurts Editor
NEW YORK, July 26 (NEA)
Ralph Kiner, with an assist from
his Pittsburgh teammates, had
just outlasted J he Brooklyn club
in a regular, old-fashioned losing
game, 13-12, when Dawy Vance
lurned to Mickey McConnell, and
said:
"The Bums shoulda had a goal-
kicker."
McConnell, former director of
the Dodgers' farm system, shook
his head sadly, and replied:
"The boys Just ran out of pitch-
ing. Newcbmbe, Roe and Branca
can't lug the entire load. The
strain is showing."
But off what he saw, Vance,
the Brooks' fireball pitcher of the
late 1920s and early 90s, can't un-
derstand how .it Is the Superbas
are go far in front in the Na-
tional League.
They shoulda gotten out there
with those kids," said the old-
timer, who hadn't seen his old
playmates in 15 years. He was
referring to 1800 youngsters who
attended a Little League clinic
before what passed for the main
event.
tude of the MSTS seallft to Korea
can better be realized.
Peacetime Jobs
The Military Sea Transporta-
tion Service must also meet Its
other world.-wlde transportation
with procurement responslblUty
vested in the Assistant Secretary
of the Navy.
MSTS acts only as the carry-
ing agent for the Department of
Defense and does not itself au-
thorize passenger or cargo space
aboard its vessels. This Is done
individually by the three servic-
es.
MSTS operates no terminal fa-
cilities of its own. The Depart-
ment owning the cargo is respon-
sible for the movement to the
side of the vessel. MSTS respon-
sibility for passengers begins
civil service crews. Small USN
military departments are main-
tained aboard civil service oper-
ated transports. Commissioned
USS Naval ships are manned by
uniformed crews. MSTS tankers,
owned by the Navy but operated
by private cc-.icems are also pre-
fixed USNS but are manned with
regular merchant mariners.
Currently there are around 220
ships in the MSTS fleet proper
and around 190 time chartered
vessels. Approximately 13.QJK)
Navy personnel and 17.000 civil-
ians are attached to MSTS. Un-
like MATS, which has both Air
Force and Navy uniformed per-
sonnel. MSTS is staffed only by
I Navy personnel.
commitments. It carries the tons when they embark and ends
Of varied supplies and equip- when they dlsembarkv
rnent needed to keep U.S. occu-
pation and garrison troops and
defense out-posts in business. It
transports military dependents;
carries MDAP cargo for the North
Atlantic Treaty Nations and sea-
lifts Displaced persons to new
Fleet Service Force and Am-
phibious Force Commanders do
not exercise operational control
over MSTS vessels except in the
event of an emergency, for their
protection, or for coordination
with combat operations. This
homes under the auspices of the does not preclude temporary as-
UN's International Refugee Or- slgnment of MSTS vessels in ac-
aniztlon. Within the past cordance with directives of UNO, ,
month, the big gray ships of | Ships in the MSTS fleet Include
MSTS have also carried troops of \ transports, cargo ships, tankers
the 4th Division to Europe. i and miscellaneous types. Ex-Ar-
Staffed only by Navy Personnel my ships now in the MSTS Beet
MSTS operates directly under are designated USNS (United
the Chief of Naval Operations, I States Naval Ships) and employ
fi
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FELIX'
4TH ANNIVERSARY SALE

Starts TUESDAY JULY 31st.
tivoli ave. BRANCH STORE
happened to catch
th
"You just
the Dodgers at their worst," Mc-
Connell, now supervising a Youth j
Activities Program, assured him.',
"Collectively, the Dodgers far,
outstrip their competition in
every departmentIn hitting, j
running and throwing.
'That's why the Giants, Cardi-
nals. Phillies and Braves conced-
styllsh player. He runs as well as
he throws and hits.'
While that is true, there Isn't
a man In the starting lineup who
can't outrun Furillo. The Read-
ing Italiano would finish dead
last in a race.
"As for power, Billy Cox, part-
time worker, is low man on the
totem pole with eight home runs,
good enough to be high on most
other National League clubs."
WEAKNESS WAS A PITCHED
BALL
McConnell has a special inter-
est in this year's Dodgers. Many
were graduated from t r y o u t
camps." Mickey McConnell chuc-
kled. "I'm reminded of a skinny
kid taking his turn at bat in Wa-
co, Tex. He was afraid of the ball,
took three strides toward the dug-
out with the pitch.
"With his fourth weak swing.
I turned to Tink Rievera, the
one-time Cardinal southpaw, and
Wottaya think this boy's
weakness Is?'
Without batting an eye, Tink
replied:
A pitched ball.1"
ed them the pennant by July 4.
As Bocchlcchlo raised his hand They aren't talking about win-
ning.- Their race is strictly for
second place.
to knock on Walcott's front door,
he noticed a hole big enough to
stick his head through. A piece
of burlap was tacked over the
break. A little stove in the kitch-
en was all for heating and cook-
ing. The children were huddled
around it. Upstairs were two bed-
rooms for eight. Legs were miss-
ing from the beds.
'Even If Joe had turned me
down about the comeback," says
Bocchicchio. "I'd have done
omething for the family. They
sure needed it."
With the wrinkles out of his
belly, his mind finally relieved of
family financial problems, Jer-
sey Joe Walcott showed what he
might have done had the oppor-
tunity come several years before.
Still there were none of the
money matches he had tried for
without success for 15 years.
So Felix Bocchicchio, the gam-
bler, set sail for potential heavy-
weight championship challeng-
ers whom Joe Louis had either
politely refused to fight, or Just
plain cold-shouldered.
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"Fans judge players too much
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formed scout continued.
"They overlook throwing and
running. Branch Rickey first has
& recruit throw.
"Next he wants to know how
fast he can run.
"Hitting can be improved, and
if a player packs power all the
better.
"This team of Dodgers answers
all the questions. They own the
best arms in baseball
"I was sitting In the Ebbets
Field press box the other after-
noon, and someone said
"'Gee, that Carl Furillo Is a
for curs
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In every one of the millions ol cells
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must have a tufflclenl supplv of Iron, or
weariness, nervousness and a general
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Ferrizan- the new combination of Iron
gnd other strength producen as dispen-
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snen and women who are weak. thin,
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ouses
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"FLAME AND THE ARROW"
(Technicolor) Also Showing Friday I
The Great Opera)...
"PAGLIACCI"
Friday "Mn. O'Malley and Mr. Melon"
Veronica LAKE Patrie KN'OWLU
"ISN'T IT ROMANTIC"
Friday "SAVAGE sn.ENDOl"
(Friday)
"ANGEL IN EXILE'
John PAYNE a Rhonda FLEMING
THE KAOLj ANO THE HAWK"
i Technicolor I
Saturo. -ISN'T IT ROMANTIC"
"ON THE RIVIERA"
(trldayi
STATE PENITENTIARY"
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Friday The Painted HUH"

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Friday BRANDED"
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6:41 1:51
TODAY
SOCt in hit fiitl
?*7A?g? in his hsartl
CAPTAIN SAMI KI. P. ( OMI V,
U.S. Navy, commanding officer
of Military Sea Transportation
Service. Balboa, Canal Zone,
Commander, MSTS. since lta
activation has been Vice Admiral
W. M. Callaghan. Vice Com-
mander Is Rear Admiral Lorenzo
Sabi n.
Korean Operation,
The first 9 months of MSTS ex-
istence were busy but unspecta-
cular. They were engaged in set-
ting up the organization, taking
over former Army ships from the
Army Transportation Corps' Wa-
ter Transport Division: doing
likewise for the Navy's now de-
funct Naval Transportation Ser-
vice and, in general, having an
organizational shakedown cruise.
Then came Korea. A 5.000 mile
I ocean supply line from the West
1 Coast to the Western Pacific had
to be filled with a steady stream
of men and munitions for a cold
war turned hot. MSTS was the
bridge of ships that took not on-
ly the men behind the guns but
the guns themselves to Korea
and Japan.
On June 25. 150. M8TS had
approximately 174 ships In its
own fleet plus 6 time chartered
commercial cargo vessels. This
fleet was already encaged in
1 peacetime Jobs. Obviously MSTS
had to expand and quickly
to meet the emergency. This was
done by a pre-arranged plan
which called for the maximum
utilization of privately operated
merchant vessels to be chartered
to MSTS.
Within 3 months the MSTS
Ileet proper had been increased
y approximately 40 vessels. The
i numbered of chartered cargo
Wds, however, jumped from 6 to
230.
With this expanded fleet. MSTS
in the first year of fighting was
able to carry over 15 million
! measurement tons of cargo, ap-
| prximatelv 1.200,000 passengers
and over.50 million barrels of pe-
troleum products to and within
the Western Pacific alone.
Well over a score of MSTS ships
I narticipated In the Inchon land-
ings. MSTS-asslgned and char-
tered ships, under temporary
amphibious command control al-
so helped redeploy some 105.000
U.S. and ROK military person-
nel and 100,000 civilians during
the Hungnam evaca ins last
December.
One cargo ship alone, the char-
tered Meredith Victory, built to
carry 25 passengers. Jammed 14.-
000 Korean civilians onto her
decks for the 3-day trip to Pu-
lan.
In addition to carrying over
W of all men, supplies and
equipment to the Western Paci-
fic. MSTS ship carry back U.S.
war dead, some war wounded and
combat veteran returnees.
MSTS ships have also carried
soldiers of half a doaen nations
Turkey. Greece, the Netherlands.
Belgium. Ethiopia. Colombia and
Thailand to Korea as part of
the UN's war effort.
It takes 7 measurement tons
of supplies for every soldier gQr
pig to'Korea for the first month,
and a fresh ton every month
thereafter. Each Army division
-and there are in Korea plus
the Marines has 19,000 men.
i.000 vehicles and 85,000 tons of
.i her operating equipment. With
these facts In mind, the magnl-
VICTOR MATURE
TERRY MOORE
WILLIAM BENDIX
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Also Walt Disney New Short Release
"TEA FOR TWO HUNDRED"
OPE
TODAY
SHOWS: 3:15 5:10 7:00 8:55 p.m.
THREE DELIGHTFUL TALES BY THE GREAT
TELLER W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM!
THE VERGER:
The amaalng story of a man who owed his fortune to
the fact that he could neither read or write!...
MR. KNOWALL:
The hilarious story of a wise guy
at exactly the right moment!...
SANATORIUM:
The heart-stirring story of a
Bv
was
who
doomed...
would not
romance everyone thought
eryone but the two people involved
have It that way!
who was really
iiora
Born Yesterday
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jun
nun
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'Maufjuot
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Brought to the screen by
W. Somerset Maugham
the man who gave you
such Inspired stories as
"Quartet." "The Razor's 4 W
Edge" and "The Letter."
JEAN SIMMONS
ROLAND CULVER
ANNE CRAWFORD
MICHAEL RENNIE
- CECILIA THEATRE -
Full-O-Color Double Programl
Judy GARLAND CM KELLY, In
"SIMMER STOCK"
- Al*>: .
Van Johnson Kalhrvn Gravson. In
"GROUNDS FOR MARRIAGE"
TROPICAL
DIANA LYNN
CHARLES COBl'RN
"PEGGY
Queen o the Rose Bo\
1 Parade,
ENCANTO THEATRE^
AT 00 P.M. WAHOOI
Si 15.0a in Prises!
Barbara Stanwyck. In
THE FURIES"
- Also: -
Anne Baxter. In
"BLAZE OF NOON"
TIVOLI THEATRE
G?orge Sanders
Lucille Ball, in
"LURED" Also:
-JIGSAW"
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
BANK NIGHT I
S2M.M for the Public!
At 00 and 9:00 p.m.Aleo:
Cornel Wilde. In
I <>l K DATS LEAVE"
Mcl Ferrer, in
"LOST POUNpAtmS"
VICTORIA THEATRE
Leo Gorcey, in
"NEWSHONDS" Also:
Barry Sullivan, In
"THE GANGSTER"


fAUE SIX
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
i i -
THURSDAY, JULY U, 1951
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SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
N*. H Waal 12th treat.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Na. 17 "H" Street--Faaaas
Na. U.17I Ctalril Ave.Catea.
SO
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Minimum for
It word*
3 each additional
word.
From Cigar Face To Colonel,
Yes Suh! Dowries The Name
'','"
FOR SALE
Household
4 pc. upohlstered living rcom sel.
Good condition $65. Qtfs. 305-A
Albrook Phone 86-6246.
POR SALE:Ciningrootn set. moho-
gony $75.00. old, but good. 2 End
"Tob'es, $10.00. 6 Pr. "foam rub-
""ber teat cushions, light blue, cl-
- Tnost new $8.00. General Electric
shelf radio, new. $18.00. Call
offer 4 p. m. Iro Payne ,5715-A,
Shonts St., Diablo.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
Tune-up speciolist The Electric Au-
to Lite Co. authorized service igni-
tion and corburation. Servicio de
Motores S. A. (Marcos VillsrrealJ
H. St No 34. Tel. 2-1746.
MISCELLANEOUS
Do yeu Kava sjnnkinf aroaUm?
Write Alcaholici Anonymetae
a 2031 An can. C. Z.
FOR SALEFrigidoire, 7 cu. ft.,
pefect condition. Remoining guo-
. rcntee for olrrost o yeor, $70.00.
RCA radio, 10 bands, extra tubes,
World wide tervice, with tab'e.
S45.00. Canasto table with lamp,
$10. Double bed. cotton mattress.
.-$15.00. Houe 720-B, Cocoli.
tCR SALE: 1940 Packard Lim-
ousine 4 Dr. Sedan, 6 very pood
tires, rodio, ove'drive, excellent
running condition. 0426-C Ancon,
telephone 2-2675.
fOR SALE: faautiful parlor ond |
diningrccm, lomos, both in perfect
.., condition, manufactured in brome, i
Cost or:-* $350.00. Bargain for
only $100.00. 10th Street No. 6, |
, t, .ooortment 2, Panoma.
FOR SALE: Rugs, medicine chest,
,,ii oak rocker, kitchen cupboard, drop I
. leaf table, flcor lamps, linoleum |
-....tug 9 x 10. 201 Colon Beach.
FOT S M.E:M.-hogany tobies. Frl-;
_~"j}ida;re. see ot house 761. Borne-
"'bey St. Baiboa.
FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker Df
Luxe Champion, overdrive, $85C.
Con be financed. Original owner,
2-6355._____________________
WE HAVE taken in too morir ">*
con ana" matst tali ot a loss! Prices
below the araras* TRADE-IN
value. Many mokas on*1 models.
Flncncing available. NASH
AGENCY.
SUMMER SPECIAL Cold Wave, $7.50.
Why hove a home permanent?
. .with inadequate facilities, no
certain finished look, and no guar-
antee when you can have a
professional one complete for only
$7.50! It will last longer.;.and
look better! These con bo had
Monday thru Thursday. Mako your
appointment early! Tol. 2-2959.
Balboa Beauty Shop. Open 9:00
a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Balboa Club-
house, upstairs.
FOR SALE: $1800.00 letter of
credit on new Oldsmobilo will
sccrifice for $1700.00. Coll phone
Colon 1314 Cristobol 1411 (ofter)
6 o'clock).
FOR SALE:1948 Cadillac in per-
fect condition. Moke offer. Tel. 3-
2184 2-1075.
**OR SALE: Piano upright Grond
'"modern, small. Wicker set 6-pc.
-- Gns stove, four burner, upholster-
ed livingroom set 13 pc.) Baby
crib. Phone 916. Colon.
"FOR. SALE Frigidoire. 25 cycle 7
1-2 cu. ft. Cleon ond in good con-
dition, $125.00. Phone 3-1285.
. Margarita 8059-B
* FOR SALE
Motorovclf"
FOR SALE- 1949 Buick Super Se-
danette. New tires, new point, fac-
tory condition. $1.450.00. Can be
financed. Coll Albrook 6107, ony-
time.
FOR SALE: Good transportation
1933 Essex Terraplene 4-door, ve-
rv good tires and bodv. $80.00.
Phone 3-1285. Margarita 8059-
B
FOR SALE:Easy Spin Dryer 1940;
RCA table radio; 1941 Westing-
house refrigerator; 1941 Cadillac
vacuum cleaner; baby crib; chest
of drowers etc. 366-A. France Field
Phone Ft. Gulick 8734.
FOR SALE:Rodio Receiver. Halli-
crofter, 9 tube, 25 cycle, table
model, S-40 A, 4 bonds of AM/
CW reception with headset excel-
lent for radio amateurs (hams)
and short wave listener. 5648-E.
Diablo. Phone 87-4278.
FOR SALE:One Torrington "Sports
Tourist" boy's bicycle. Excellent
condition, Phone Balboa 3027.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Holy Ghost Orchid
Plonts. Productos Nacionales, S. A.
"H" Street 61. Panoma.
FOR SALE: Motorcycle. Indion,
vertical twin. 3,000 miles, call 4-
567. House 171-B, Pedro Miguel,
gucl.
' FOR SALE
Rout* & Motors
FOR SALE: "C.ecel" engine boot
65 feet 'hrimper corgo. passenger.
Tol. 2-2252 Dr. Morles.
"DISASTER"
ON PAPER
(Continued from Pace 1))
taxation area. while behind
them were nearly 50 observers.
, i attendance at this import-
*' exercise were Rear Admiral
/" irt M. Bledsoe. USN, Com-
r?.ndant of the 15th Naval Dis-
trict: Brig. Gen Robert I. Howze,
Chief of Staff, Caribbean Com-
mand; Brig. Oen. Emll C. Kiel.
Commanding General. Cpribbesn
Air Command; and Brig. Oen.
Francis A. March. Chief of Stiff.
US Armv Caribbean: the Lieu-
tenant Governor of The Panama
Canal. Colonel Herbert D. Vogel.
,#nd other hieh-ranking staff
fficers.
' Prior to the exercise. General
Francis A. March welcomed the
.officers, and emphasized th.e
irmortance of planning prior to
necessity.
Ll. Col John P. Mlal. ActUng
Director. Disaster Control Cen-
ter, then spoke briefly about the
problems of disaster relief. Dur-
ing .his talk. Colonel Mial said
"Xfrls CPX should have been
conducted by Colonel Ra F ;_Jnb"-on. central organizer of
the DCC program, who depart-
ed from the Canal Zone just
two days ago for hLs new as-
eltoMnent as Ast. Commandant
of'Jhe Armv Chemical Training
School."
Lt. Comdr Tom Stone. USN.
thf'problem controller, explain-
ed The proceduiPs of operation
for the Disaster Relief test, and
again stressed ;he vital Import-
ance of such planning and prac-
ttre-as the officers were cooper-
ating in.
Cwndr. Stone completed his
talk by announcinc Incident No.
\*.m\. tremendous explosion. This
announcement began the exer-
effit, alerting the entire DCC staff
for immediate duty. Later, Inci-
dent No. 2 was released in the
firm of a telephone call from
ClrfCarlb; describing the area of
devastation, and directing DCC
ttftake over the problems of dis-
aster relief.
Five minutes later. Incident No.
9 I vas reported, indicating that
the Clayton telephone exchange
ajmeared to oe destroyed, that
first aid teams were forming at
Corozal, that burning oil was Ig-
niting waterfront structures,
tfwte was a panic in the Balboa
Cjo m m I s s a r y, and exploslon-
haeked drivers were causing
traffic accidents, which were
hampering relief teams.
JBy then, the DCC organization
had its collective hands full of
synthetic problems. First, to de-
cifle* what immediate actions
were required, get the order
wfltten for posting, and then
pMpare to han-ile another reDOrt
OfTTfore troubles. At regular f'ive-
FOR SALE:-1939 Ford Convertible,
four new tires. Dependable trans-
portation, 366-A. Fronce Field.
Phone Ft. Gulick 8734.
*^rT fr FOUND
LOST;Keys in taxi between Balboa
Pier and Cothedra! Place. Wednes-
day July 25. Please call 2-2798.
Reward.
minute Intervals thereafter, an-
nouncements were made of Inci-
dents No. 4 through 25, which in-
cluded word pictures of traffic
tangles, fires, radiological conta-
mination, shortages of whole
blood, bridges destroyed, finding
lost children, ferries out of com-
mission, reports from helicopter
survey teams, and other situa-
tions that would result from such
a local disaster.
The purpose of such a seem-
ingly simple paperwork exercise
is more complex than may be Im-
mediately obvious. Colonel Mial
pointed out 'because the atomic
bomb pases oroblems without
precedent, and because no atom-
ic defense p'an lias ever been
tested by an actual bomb, the va-
lue of CPX's, tests, and drills ac-
quires a significant and new im-
portance in defense planning."
Colonel Mial's statement is indi-
cative of the thinking of Armed
Service officers, who are working
steadily to prepare counteraction
against the possible damage re-
sulting from atomic explosions.
And. at the same time, hoping
their efforts will be wasted, and
never needed.
But no letdown of plannlnr to
create the most nearly perfect
program of relief is considered.
On the contrary, the Joint Arm-
ed Services mission of protection
for civilian population is conti-
nuing on an ever-broadening
field.
FOR SALE: "Stoinwoy" piono in
perfect condition, .like new #31
41st. Str. Tel. 3-0672.
Position Offered
WRITES FROM GROUND
BOSTON (UPiFred C. Kelly,
official biographer of the pioneer
airmen, Wilbur and Orville
Wright, never has been up In a
plane in his life.
PP*r
th
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES CF AMERICA
CANAL ZONE
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
Division of Crl.tabal
FRANK G. Moult .BERRY
plaintiff
ELEANOR M. MeGlLBBMY
Defendant
SIMMONS
fate No. I S3!
I Ml Docket s
AC II ti FOR DIVORCE
To the above-name defendant:
Yo i ara hareby required to
and aaetror the fomplainl filed
aboee-entitled action within ninety doya
a/:er July 10, 1 51.
In eata of your failure to o appear
and answer. judgment will be taken
aaalnat you by default for the relief
I aemnnded in the complaint.
Wltoeao !he honorable Joaeph J. Han-
i rock. Jud*. United Stales District Court
I Tor the District of the Onal Zone, this
' seventeenth day July, 1941.
C. T McCORMICK. Jr.
Clerk
(tEALl
By Deputy Clerk
To Eleanor M. McCllberry
The foregoing summons la served
upon you by publication pursuant to
the order of the honorable Joseph J.
Han.-ock. judge. United States District
Court for Iba District of the Canal
Zone, dated July IT. ls'.l and entered
and filed in this action In the office
of the clerk of safeT United Statea DIs-
trlof Court for the Division of Cristobal
on July 17, 1*51.
P, T. MrCormick, Jr.
Clerk
By (igd) F n White. Jr.
Deputy Clerk
WANTED:Young man to do gen-
eral work, must hove Panoma and
Zone commercial drivers license,
speak Spanish and English correct-
ly and have good references. Dis-
tribuidora Elctrico. S. A. Panomo.
WANTED:A good beauty operator.
Bernardo's El.-auty Shop, "Costillo
del Oro" Building, opposite Hotel
"El Ponami." Telephone 3-4740.
Bus Demolished,
3 Slightly Hurl
Near Chiva Chiva
A bus was demolished and
three passengers slightly in-
jured last night when it col-
lided with a sedan on Chiva
Chiva irall and turned over in
the roadway. Antonio Gonia-
lez, a soldier stationed at "A"
Battery, 764th AAA, tort Da-
vis hau attempted to enter the
trail from US Army Position 80,
when he smashed Into the side
of a Chevroiet bus driven by
frTedericK Cornelius Taylor.
Considerable damage was
done to the front of Gonza-
lez' car. Tne three passengers
oi the bus, although receiving
minor injuries were not hos-
pitalized.
Police investigation disclosed
that Gonzalez had failed to
stop his car at the stop sign
beiore attempting to enter on
to the trail.
He has been cited into court
August i and will be charged
on a traffic violation.
RESORTS
hillipi. Beach cottages, Santo Clan.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
GramlicrT's Santa Claro hooch-
cottage. Electric lea boxes, got
Itovo, modeiate ate. Phono 6-
541 or 4-567.
Williams Santo Cloro Beach Cottoges.
Two bodrooms, Frigidoire. Rock-
00* range. Bolboa 2-3050.
FOR RENT
House
FOR RENTFurnished house, 3 bed-
room? on Ecuador Avenue No. 12.
For information Tel. 3-2165.
FOR RENT:Beautiful chalet In Golf
Heights: porch, bar. diningroom,
livingroom, garage. 2 bathrooms,
furnished. Tel. 3-4644.
FOR RENT
A part merit*.
ALHAMMA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished aport
ment. Contort office No. 8061. I Oth
St. Nov. Cristobol Phone I386\ Co-
lon
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished 3 room
apartment, seporote. maid's room.
Threo months' lease. $125.00
month. Mor/sol Apt. 73-A Justo
Aro*emeno Ave Near U. S. Em-
bossy. Coll 2-2341.
fOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
43rd Street ond Mexico Avenue.
Tel. 3-0140, Panom.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartment, 3
bedrooms, 2 bathroom, garage,
maid' room, telephone. No. 45,
46th Street. Bella Vista. Call 2-
1477 mornings ond 3-0709 after-
noon.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
cool for 2 bachelors or married
couple. Meals if desired. No. 32
45th street.
FOR RENT:One bedroom unfur-
nished modern apartment. Garage
168 Via Belisorio Porras.
FOR RENT:Modern apartment se-
mi-furnished or unfurnished $125
00, on Ecuodor Avenue No. 7
downstairs. Tel. 3-3491.
FOR RENT: Furnished bachelor
apartment, one bedroom ond both.
$45.00. Also f\vo bedroom apart-
ment. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FULL LOAD
MEMPHI8, Tenn. (UP)Mil-
ton DeBerry, taxi driver, was
charged with overloading his cab.
He had 13 passengersthree on
the front seat, seven on the back-
seat and three in the trunk.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES CF AMERICA
CANAL ZONE
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
Division al Crlstebal
ROBERT C. DANIEL
Plaintiff
ea.
KATIE DANIEL
Defendant
SUMMONI
Casa No. 1631
Civil Docker f
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
To the above- named defendant:
Ycu are hereby required to appear and
ranswer the romplalnt filed in the aoove-
entitled action within ninety days afier
July 1. 1S1. In cast of your failure
to ao appear and answer, judgment will
be tabeo aaalnat you by default for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
Witness the honorable Joseph J. Han-
cork, j-idt-e United Statea District Court
for the District of the Canal Zoao this
Seventeenth doy July. 1*31.
C. T McCORMICK. Jr
Clerk
(SEAL!
By (Sd) E. D. White. Jr..
Deputy Clerk
To Katie Daniel
The foregoing aumraoaa la aeread
upon you by publication pursuant to tbe
order of the honorable Joseph J. Hen-
cock. Judge. United Statea Dlatrlrt Court
for the District of tbe Canal Zone, dated
July 17. Ili and entered and filed In
thla action In the office of the clerk
of aaid United Sutes District Court
for the Division of Cristobal oa July 17.
mi.
C. T McCeraslck. Jr
Clerk
By iSfd) E D. White, Jr..
Deputy Clerk
FOR RENT:Furnished room with or
without board. Cool. Refined. 48th
Street No. 7. Bella Vista.
ANTl-HUNCO
REVOLT BREWING
(Continued from Page 1))
shuffling of the cabinet and
inclusion of nine pro-Fran-
co Monarchists thev dis-
missed as "a futile, attempt
to avert disaster."
These sources believe that
further trouble In Spain will
blav into the hands of Stalin
and cave the way for a Com-
munist attempt at a coup d'etat.
They sav only drastic economic
and political reforms, free and
secret elections, the restoration
of free trade unions and other
genuinely democratic measures
could bring stability to Spain
and perhaps save the Franco
reeime.
But these reforms are believed
unlikelv and Spanish Republi-
can leaders in France predict
that a new wave of anti-Franco
strikes will break out in Sep-
tember. ,
That Is the moment the dissi-
dent armv leaders will choose
for revolt, according to the re-
port. Franco is said to be aware
of the activities of the army
elements plottine against him
but so deep is the discontent in
armv ranks and in the country
generoUv that there is little he
can do to relieve the pressure
aealnst his regime.
Combined Methodist
Choirs To Present
Musicale Au?. 8
The combined Methodist choirs
on the Pacific Side will present a
musical program on Wednesday.
August 8 In Wesley Church, Pa-
nama.
Rehearsals have been in pro-
gress for the past several months
which guarantees complete mas-
tery o' the intricate works, to be
exe>--d.
Lovers of good music are assur-
ed an evening of real pleasure
and enjoyment. The evening's
program is slated to begin at 8
o'clock
VENETIAN BLINDS
Made to order repaired and
reflnlshed. estimates given.
COLON WOOD SERVICE
Tel. 543-L 2003 7th. 8t.
Coln, R. P.
COMMERCIAL &
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From now on. you lugs, there'll
be no more tags like Clear Face.
Old Baldpate, or Fatstuff. to
mention Just a few of the kinder
and printable ones.
No suh! From here on out It will
be as follows:
Colonel Hector Downe, Esq.
Yes suh! Bring on the mint Ju-
leps my good man, old Cigar Puss
has a real, genuine army han-
dle.
Brother Downe, of whom you
may have heard (from Kelley's
RiU to Texas to New Orleans to
the American Club of Panama
has been commissioned a full
colonel in the Military Depart-
ment of the State of Louisiana by
Gov. Earl K. Long.
Col. Downe is now an aide de
camp, on the Governor's Staff,
but for the nonce he'll discharge
his duties and drink his mint
juleps at ye olde American
Club, hard, by central Avenue,
scene of many of his victorious
battles.
The Colonel, who also has
spent many a day eating oysters
on the half shell and winning
other battles in New Orleans, has
received his appointment which
reads as follows:
"State of Louisiana, Executive
Department, in the name and by
the authority of the State of
Louisiana:
"Know ye. that I have nomin-
ated, constituted and appointed,
and by these presents do nomin-
ate, constitute and appoint,
"Colonel Hector Downe
"Aide-de-Camp, Governor's
Staff.
"He is, therefore, carefully and
diligently to discharge the duties
of his office by doing and per-
forming all manner of things
thereunto belonging. And I ao
strictly charge and require all of-
ficers and soldiers under his
command to be obedient to his
orders as such.
"This commission to continue
in force during the pleasure of
the Governor of the State of Lou-
isiana for the time being.
"In testimony thereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
to be affixed the great seal of
the State of Louisiana at Baton
Rouge.
(Sgd.) Earl K. Long, Governor."
Pass the mint Juleps, boy I
Yes suhl
Shipping &
Air Line News
(Continued from Pafe 2)
Dorothy B. Simpson and two
children. Mrs. M. 'lnelma Ste-
vens and James E. Stuart.
Mrs. Eva M. Talboy. Miss Kath-
erine laliercio, Mr. and Mrs. Ro-
bert S. Toledano and three cnil-
dren, Carl A. 'xornqulst. Arch-
deacon John H. Townsend and
Mr. James Wood and sou. air. ano
Mrs. John F. Voss and dauRhter,
Jack D. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart O. Wnlte. Mr. and Mrs.
Ewald A. Wiberg. Jr., and son,
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wicn auu
two children. Mrs. Florence J.
Williams and two children.
ANOTHER TOM SAWYER
D Y E S S, Ark. (UP) Seven-
year-old Bobby McElroy pulled
out a front tooth, took It to
school and swapped It for a bot-
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for Rum & Coke!
DESTILERA
CENTRAL SA
Cosla Ricans Here
To Study Radio Use
In New Patrol Cars
.Twelve officers and men of the
Costa Rica Guardia Civil, arrived
in the Canal Zone yesterday, to
study the use of radio in police
activities. '
The nine officers and three
NCOs are lead by Jrlajor Manuel
Ventura-Soriano, who Is military
assistant to the President of
Costa Rica.
While in the Canal Zone, they
will Inspect radio installations of
the 549th MP Co.. and 45th Re-
con. Bn at Fort Clayton. Other
activities will include visits to the
Police departments of the Re-
public of Panama and Canal
Zone.
The government of Costa Rica
has recently ordered radio equip-
ment for its police patrol cars,
and is obtaining information for
the proper operation of the new
units.
As guests of the United States
Army Caribbean. Panama area,
the Costa Rican officers and men
are staying at the Quarry Heights
BOQ. An Informal dinner and
reception will be held at the Fort
Amador Army-Navy, tonight.
Christ For Youth
Welcome Service
Set For Tomorrow
A welcome service will take
place at Bethel Mission, Red
Tank tomorrow night at 7:15 for
Goldbourne P. Maynard and
Omenza Green who came back
last Thursday from attending a
series of Christ For Youth confer-
ences in Philadelphia.
These delegates together with
Harold Dawson left Panama on
May 19 and were the guests of
Evangelist Ernest Wilson who
visited Panama last year. The
public is cordially invited.
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Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
Whatever, BUI Veeck does, or may have done, by th* time this
ees print, toward signing a new manager for the St. Louis
Browns, I stand on my published "hunch"Joe DiMaggio.
Joe isn't speaking to Casey Stengel. He Isn't any longer a
pet of Del Webb. The Yankees cannot now get anywhere near his
lull value at the enormous salary he draws.
Joe is unhappy. He Is well-fixed and reluctant to draw pav
he no longer earns.
He has made known that he Intends to quit after this season
He should not be allowed to do that. He still has some
fine baseball in him. And when his active days are over,
be has a namewon and nobly wonthat could be a
tremendous asset to him and to a club like Veeck s
As a plnch-hltter limping out his last games he could not
conscientiously accept such stipends as those to which he has
grown accustomed. And no man enjoys back-sliding from such a
peak of success as the jolter has attained.
But, as manager of the bedeviled Browns ana a part-time
player, he would be worth almost any sum.
His first game in New York would probably add enough at
the gate to carry him on the payroll for the year. Joe Is still good
for that in this big burg. ___
His opening day in St. Louis would be proportionately as
prolitable. ,
Veeck is the gaudy showman who would make events 01 joes
new posicin all around the circuit.
He has the funds. He cannot go any new way except up. He
cannot buy playing stars. Raising them Is a slow process, espe-
cially when farms aren't growing much of a crop for the club.
Veeck wants toand has todo something spectacular.
Taking on Satchel Paige is obviously a move of desperation
to lure a few customers of the aged pitcher's race.
DiMaggio would be nothing like that.
He is worshiped. He is still active, though the years
are running out. But he is younger than Jersey Joe WaJ-
cott, who came back, and who wasn't in DiMaggio's class
during an almost parallel span of athletic endeavor.
I saw a double-header in St. Louis a short time agoBrowns
vs. Senawrs. It was pretty dull. Seeing the Yanks as home so long
and so often had spoiled me. There seemed little life in Sports-
man's Parkin the games or in the seats.
Between the two clubs there was but one first-rate name,
someone for whom a fa naudlence could rise with a cher, or
even a boo. Garverhe pitched the opener. He got a few hand-
claps. He won. Washington got 18 hits. Nobody appeared to care
much.
Baseball is largley dependent on emotions. Try going Into n
sirange park, in a minor league burg, sometime, and watching
sheer baseball where you know almost nothing about any of the
plavers, the feuds, the statistical standings, the personalities.
You will yawn. AAA ball is almost as good as that In the
majors. But fielding and hitting and pitching alone, will never
arouse you deeply. ,1. j .
As a Yankee regular, of course, 1 was not unacquainted with
the other teams of the circuit. So, for whom was 1 pulling? For
Yosi. the Washington third-bseman. And why? Because his
uncle. Jimmy Green, is one of my old pals in the Mirror compos-
ing room. Pretty thin. But that was the only sentimental tug
I could generate. ., _. .
Butsuppose DiMaggio had been coaching at third.
- Suppose he had stepped to the plate in his familiar stance.
with those mannerisms I knew so well, would I have let
loose? You answer. Would you?
And not because I knew him as a Yankee. But because I
knew him as DIMag. ,,. ,,
He Is not my close personal friend. I did not consult him
about this little piece. Ben Epstein, our Yankee expert, did, and
Joe shrugged it off. said he hadn't heard of suotr a thing-
thought Wmeone was "headline hunting."
My project Is the most practical-proposal that could be
brought forth for both Veeck and DiMaggio.
They can solve each other's major problems.
Joe knows about all there is to know on technical
baseball. He is a man of high intelligence In all things.
He has dignity and pride and courage and character.
He is no Babe Ruth, who was helpless when he could
no longer knock 'em over the wall.
Baseball must not lose him. He Is a Hall of Famer with a
historic professional past and, I believe, a useful and possibly
priceless future.
I heartily recommend the thought to him and Bill.
THIS IS TOUR FORUM THE RtADERS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
The Mail io it on epan lor urn toi raedera ol Th* Panama Amaricen
Letters art received erotrlully and ara handled in a holly canlieanriel
manner
II you cantrbuta a letter dent be impatient It M deain't appeal the
next day. Letters are published in the arder received.
Please try te fceee the letter! limitad te ene pape length.
Identity ol letter writer! if held in strictest confidence
Thil ntwipapcr otiumei no retpeniibilitv lar ttatementi ei opinion!
eapieutd in letters trom reader!.
WHY DONT ZONIANS
RETIRE TO CHIRIQUI
Mall Box
Panama American.
Ih reply to letter published In
your issue of July 20 over the sig-
nature of "bewiidreed," and hav-
ing worked most of my life in the
Canal Zone, allow me to suggest
that retired personnel consider
living In Panama, particularly In
the Province of Chlrlqul. Regard-
less of creed or color the Pana-
manians have good hearts and
boney is not their goal in Ufe.
I have seen how kind and at-
tentive the Panama police were
in the registration of the foreign-
ers last November and the fact
that one does not speak Spanish
increased their patience and
courtesy.
Rents and food costs would be
within the limits of their purse
and thev will find a friendly at-
mosphere amone the native peo-
ple that will be a great comfort
to them.
It Is not worth while to make
i " tvrther comment as they will
not be able to return if they
lea*
Yours truly
Dr. Chas. Schiossberg
(My nom-de-plume that all
know)
Labor Mews
And
Comment
LET'S GET RID
OF NUISANCE STAMPS
Editor Mall Box
Cheers to KD for writing the
letter about the Stamp Set up in
the Zone. I was a Navy. Mall man
for a while and know how the
Zone stamps cari mess up a Na- '
vy Mail Man's job. More than
once while we were on a ship go-
ing through the Canal, the sup-
ply of United States stamps were ;
low. and we wanted to stock up, j
but we remembered that the Ca-
nal Zone service only handled
Canal Zone stamps, so we went
on to the next U.S. port.
1 know the Navy Mall Men
would be 100 per cent behind the
.(lea to have the U.S. stamps used
ih the Zone. It has always puz-
zled me why the Zone did not use
U. 8. stamps. 1 have heard that
*.he U.S. makes the Canal Zone I
stamps, so they would gladly sell [
the Zone their own U.S. stamps !
to be used for letters and mail!
matter here. This way the Canal
could save the cost ol engraving ;
new stamp Issues.
How about putting United
States stamps In the Canal Zone
Offices even If the U.8. Post Of-
fice does not take over? Can It be
done? Or would the U. 8. have to
take over? I'm all for it.
Ex-Xavv Mill Man
Samuel Smug!
Samaei Smut is marl, tit true.
If vou were he. vou would be too!
Sam can always find good buys.
Bis secret Is to advertise!
By ERIC JOHNSTON
Administrator, Economic Stabi-
lization Agency)
(Victor Rlesel is on vacation.
Eric Johnston, Aaministrator,
tconomic Stabilization Agency,
is substituting for him toaay us
special guest columnist.i
WASHINGTON-A great many
people have been complimenting
me recently. Thousands of Ame-
ricans, acting Individually or as
members of organized groups,
have been calling for an end
to government controls on
prices and wages. They say we
don't need them any more
that if we let things run their
course without interference
we'll have nothing to worry
about.
My mall has changed, too.
When I first took office as Ad-
ministrator of the Economic
Stabilization Agency, people In
all walks of Ufe wrote In to ask
that I do something fast to con-
trol the cost of living. Now more
and more write tnat people
want controls lilted.
Members of Congress tell me
the same thing. They tell me
they get lots of mall complain-
ing against controls but lew
letters supporting them.
AU of this could be taken to
mean, in a left-handed way, I
suppose, that the Economic
Stabilization Agency has done a
good job in controlling Infla-
tionary forces. It could be taken
to mean that people generally
are satisfied wltn things as they
are. But I don't think that's the
It's only natural that Wash-
ington should be hearing in
greater numbers from the orga-
nized pressure groups which op-
pose controls tor reasons of self
interest.. In a democracy such
as ours, we expect people to
speak out If they don't like the
way the government is doing
things. We expect them to sug-
gest courses of action that will
be more to their liking. And
we defend their right to be
heard.
BlfJ since the government
reprrwnts all of the people
acting in concert, a public
official, like myself, must look
beyond the interest of spe-
cial groups and take action
on the basis of the larger
public Interest. He must be
guided by the interests of re-
presentative citiiens rather
than just those of the special
pleaders.
The person who merits par-
ticular attention, as far as the
work of my agency Is concern-
ed, is the consumer. He's the
man who pays intlatlon's bill,
wuether through higher prices
or higher' taws. And as long as
I hold public office I don't
propose to let the consumer be-
come the forgotten man.
Certainly the consumer has
derived some benefits, great
benefits, from the work that
the federal government already
has done In economic .stabili-
zation through price and wage
controls.
Since January, 1950, the cost
o'. living has risen by about 10
per cent. Every increase of
one percent in the cost of liv-
ing adds $2 billion more to the
bill that the American people
have to pay for goods and ser-
vices. And rising prices add to
the cost of our national de-
fense program and that in turn
necessitates higher taxes be-
cause rearmament Is essential
and must be carried on.
Inflation already has le-
vied the equivalent of a hid-
den sales tax of $2 billion
on tilt American consumer.
And because lower Income
families spend a greater
share of their incomes far
consumption goods, these fa-
milies have paid a dispro-
portionate share of the hid-
den tax of inflation. It would
have been far more equitable
if Congress had passed a 920
billion tax oill based on abil-
ity to pay.
Inilatlon will not run wild
this year if our agency can
help It. Since we put direct
controls into effect, on Janu-
ary 26, we've slowed the rate
of rise in the cost of living
appreciably. Between Ma'ch 15
and April 15, the jatea: dates
for which figures are available,
the cost of living advanced less
than l-10th of one per cent.
But I know that the consum-
er is not satisfied that the job
of curbing Inflation has been
completed. Nor am I satisfied.
All of us want to see prices
lowered wherever possible. Our
first goal In establishing call-
ings was to slow up the course
of Inflation and then bring it
to a stop. We now have nearly
six months of experience under
controls. In the future we will
continually be re-examining
price levels on the basis of ex-
perience with a view to adjust-
ments wherever conditions war-
rant. We want a stable econo-
my, not a static one, and that
means our controls must be
flexible.
At the same time we are
moving as rapidly as possibly
toward posted dollars and cents
ceiling prices, particularly on
the major cost of living or
market basket Items
But all of us would be mak-
ing a grievous mistake to as-
sume that this action by the
federal government will In it-
self eliminate the danger of In-
flation. No matter how effect-
ively we administer ana enforce
direct controls they must be
supplemented by other meas-
ures. Direct controls at beet are
(Continued on Page EIGHT)
<*.** WASHINGTON
MERRY- GO- ROUND
If DH.IW PIARSON
,i
MEN AGAINST FIREUN infantrymen dash across a Held under enemy fire *s they attempt to
cut off retreating Reds in North Korea. They crouch low, seeking all available cover, as smoke
at right background helps shield them from enemy view. (U. S. Defense Dept. photo from Acme.)
Charge Account

By BOB RUARK
GRUMMETTI CAMP, Tanganyika. The yel-
low roUlng plains and the green lowlands of
Africa, stunded with thorn acacia and speckled
with flowers, against a soft blue backdrop of
mountain, is a lovely and, gracious sight, and
its loveliness is enhanced by the tawny grace
of a lion against his own terrain.
If you shoot your lion cleanly the poetry re-
mains, but a wound, a slip of calculation, sud-
denly turns the terrain ugly,-and every bush Is
a menace. And there Is always the unpredic-
table, the X-oiioUent.
We picked up Simba II on the third day of
arrival In this cama We were rolling home
wl'h the biEnest. most beautiful waterbuck that
the Lord ever put horns on when one of the
boys In the back of the car said "Simba" and
turned the day from boisterous triumph to
fresh excitement.
It was a lioness, stalking zebra. We drove
over to within a dozen yards of her and were
greeted with a most uppleasing snarl. She was
a very ugly lioness, with a very convincing set
of teeth.
You figure if the lady is at large the gent
is aicund somewhere, so we wheeled Jessica
around some channels of grass between the
thorn-bush and turned up three more females,
a set of cubs belonging to the unpleasant girl,
and finally a magnificent bovwith a tremend-
ous head of ginger-colored mane. He got up
at a couple hundred vards and walked sedately
into the bush. Mama snarled some more and
started a half-charge as we passed her In the
car. '
This called for strategy, to toll the old boy
out of the bush. We drove eight miles back to
camp to collect Mama, have lonch. and set up
the combat plan. It was pretty simple. We
shot a topi ram on the way back to the lion
hangout, and tied him to the back of the jeep.
We dragged him in front of the bush into
which the male had disappeared, and, bless
Oawd. here appears another he-lion, half again
as big and twice as mane-v as the other. Him
we promptlv named Gorgeous George on ac-
count of the wave in his luxuriant cinnamon
lucks.
We dragged the carcass across his bow. "Smell
It chum." 8elby murmured. Gorgeous George
stalked back Into the bush. We flushed the
other lionesses, and the unpleasant one started
another charge.
We dropped the topi carcass In a clear oasis
of grass, and went up on the hill to watch
through the glasses, about a thousand yards
away. The buzzards, magically attracted by a
kill, beRan to circle.
"If they come down," Harry said, "the old boy
will come out to protect the kill and we'll settle
his troubles for him."
It took the vultures a long time, maybe 45
minutes, but finally one settled on the topi,
then another, then another.
"Here comes the parade," Salby said. First a
lioness, then another, then the old boy. then
two more girl friends. They settled On the kill
and began to eat.
"Let's take 'em." Selby said. "Let's not wound
him. either. Any wounded Uon In the bush Is
bad enough, but you've got the nastv one. three
more lionesses and another prime male to wor-
ry about In the bush."
Three of us. this time we had armed Kldo-
go tumbled out of the jeep and made the
stalk. The lions had not looked up as the Jeep.
passed 100 yards from the kill. Then I raised
up to shoot and the nastv lioness started a
charge.
I popped Oorgeous George back of the ear. as
per orders, and he rolled over, roaring like
doomsday. He flopped around and roared some
more, and seemed about to get up.
Out of the corner of my eye I saw the un-
pleasant lioness start a charge, flat out, with
her ears laid back and her tall lashing fur)-
ously.
"Wallop the old boy again." Harry said quiet-
ly. I smacked another .375 into his neck, which
tenderized him. and at the gun's crack the
lioness halted. She was about 20 feet away,
still snarling. ^
I looked at my right. Harrv and Kldogo, guns
poised, were .resting calmly on one.knee, like
anrient archers in heraldic tapestry.
The car drove up from its position some 500
yards away.
"Get la." Selby said to me. The lioness ad-
vanced a little, tall flicking again. "Now Kido-
go," Selby said. Then he backed slowly away,
gun still poised. nd climbed In. "Let's go," he
said, and whacked the door. "Shoo!" She back-
ed off. still snarling, and went into the bush.
"I didn't like to shoot her because of the
cubs." Harrv said, "but If she'd started that
second charge I'd have given her six more feet
and then down her throat. She's a rather pasty
girl, what?"
She was. too. When we drove bv the next
day to check on the family, she charged the
car this time. We decided to give up the asso-
ciation. There didn't seem to be any future in
It for anybody.

Matter Of Fnct
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
YALTA AND KAESONG
WASHINGTON. This is a pretty good time
to think about the Yalta agreement but not
in the idiotically misleading manner that has
lately become fashionable. The real point about
Yalta is that it was a prettv good deal, if the
other parties to the bargain had only Kept it.
And the bargain might have been kept, too, if
It hac! not been for our own folly.
Speaking parttcularlv of the Far Eastern as-
pect of tht Yalta agreement, there are three
facts that every one forgets.
First. Roosevelt offered Stalin concessions in
Manchuria because his chief mlUtary advisers
wished to buy Russian aid in the conquest of
the Japanese islands, which was then officially
estimated Ukel\ to cost two vears and half a
million American Uves.
Second, this offer was made with the prac-
tica: thought clearly in mind that the Soviet
armies in Siberia could and would seize these
Manchurlan positions In anv case.
Third and this is what is most important
- a promise to enter the Japanese war was
not Stalin's only part In the bargain. Stalin
also 'ecogn;zed the government of Generalissi-
mo Chiang Kai-shek as predominant in China:
and he womlsed to "support" the Chiang re-
glme by every means In his power.
Furthermore, he embodied this recognition of
Chiang's predominance and his promise of sup-
port In nis treaty with Chungking, negotiated
after Yalta by Dr. T. V. Soong. and approved
bv Generalissimo Chiang himself.
There is no doubt that on its face this was a
good deal, as Ma). Gen. Patrick Hurley, among
others frankly stated at the time. The power
of the Chinese Nationalists was already declin-
ing. The power of the Chinese Communists was
already growing. And if Stalin, the master of
the Chinese Communists, would help to estab-
lish the Geenralissimo as the ruler of China. It
was the cheapest way out of a messv business.
What is interesting and new Is the further
fact that Stalin actually did try. for a while,
to keep the promises he gave Roosevelt at Yal-
ta and T. V. 8oong in Moscow.
It is to be hoped that the essential documents
to support this addition to history will shortly
be Dubllshed In Belgrade.
Meanwhile, it can only be said that one of
these correspondents, when recently in Yugo-
slavia, was given what appeared to be Indis-
putable proofs. These came from leading Yugo-
slavs who had been in touch with members of
the Politburo of the Chinese Communist party
In the post-war period, when Chinese and Yugo-
slavs were still linked, of course, .by the same
faith.
In brief. Stalin ordered Mao Tse-tung and
his fellow Chinese Communists to enter a coali-
tion government In China on the terms already
laid down by Gen. Hurlev as President Roose-
velt's representative at Chungking.
These coalition terms were calculated, or so
Gen. Hurley then believed, to Insure that the
Communist members of the proposed coalition
would be controlled by Generalissimo Chiang
and the Nationalists.
It .would seem that the Hurlev view was Jus-
tified. At anv rate. Mao Tse-tung shared it
fully. He flatly refused to obey Stalin's com-
mand, declaring that his Communists would win
all China In the end. and refusing to sacrifice
this future victory to a subordinate place In
anv coalition.
The episode followed exactly the same pat-
tern as that other strange, unrecorded bit of
hlstorv Stalin's order to Marshal Tito to
bring back King Peter, and to carry out the
Stalin-Churchill bargain making Yugoslavia a
ioint* Anglo-8oviet "sphere of influence" on a
fifty-fifty basis.
In both cases, it Is now clear. Stalin was act-
ing on a false estimate of the toughness and
resolution of the Western nations. When Tito
also defied him. StaUn warned that the British
and Americans would land in Yugoslavia to
nuke the flftv-flftv bargain stick: but Tito
knew better;
Then, and only then, when StaUn knew that
the howls of the same politicians who are now
denouncing Yalta had caused America to cast
away all her war-time power, did 8talln throw
the rather hopeful Yalta bargain out the win-
dow. Then and only then did the Soviet Un-
ion begin to give the Chinese Communists the
active support thev needed to win their civil
war.
There Is a lesson in this fragment of the past.
At Kaesong. Stalin's representatives are prepar-
ing to turn off the Korean war as though it
were a leaky water tap which had been keeping
people awake.
The Moscow chorus Is already beginning to
sing its extensive repertory of slumber lullabys
or silly statesmen* The known aim is to make
the Western powers halt their rearmament and
80 to sleep again. For the West to do so will
be suicide.
But if the West now learns the lesson of
strength that was forgotten after Yalta, there
are good reasons to be hopeful about the fu-
ture.
(Copyright, 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drew Peonen says: Truman stages "fireside chat" for coni-
gressional Democrats; Solicits criticism and confide
hope for peace; National committee draws severe
criticism.
WASHINGTON. It was kept out of the newspapers, but Pre-
sident Truman had another of his confidential talks with member*
of Congress at Blalr House over coffee and sandwiches some Urn
SISl Most slPliicnt development at, the session was a blast at
William Boyle, chairman of the Democratic National Committee,
and an impassioned Presidential plea for peace by the President.
Present at the meeting were Senators Clements of Kentucky,
Hennlngs of Missouri, Humphrey of Minnesota, Murray of Mon-
tana, and Smathers of Florida; together with Representatives
Boggs of Louisiana, Hays of Ohio, Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota,
and Yorty of California all Democrats.
Truman opened the discussion by urging his guests to speak
freely on any gripes they might be nursing. He Is used to criticism,
he said, after all the brickbats tossed at him following the ouster
of MacArthur.
"I don't care what the newspapers or my Republican foes'say
about me," he declared. "All I hope Is that I am able to settle
this crisis without one American city being atom-bombed and
without the destruction of civilization by a third World War.
"What people say about me is of no importance if I can pre-
vent that. After all, I have no personal ambitions."
Then he added with a grin:
"I've gone as high as I can get. There's no future in this job."
Waxing serious again, the President stated that there is a
crying need for more constructive criticism, and less mud-sling -
iug and reckless vituperation, if the Government is to serve the
best interests of the American people on both the foreign and
domestic fronts.
GABRIELSON'S FEES
"A lot of Democrats are peeved about the RFC investigation,
but it Is constructive to let the public know both sides of the
'.nquiry," Truman remarked. "Anything less is a whitewash. I pro-
posed to reorganize the RFC some time ago, but I got little help
or encouragement from Congress."
Looking at Congressman Hays of Ohio, he checked himself
and added:
"I did get some important help from you. Your speech about
those big fees received by Guy Gabrlelson (Republican National
Chairman) for getting RFC loans for the Carthage Hydrocol Com-
pany was a great Job." ^^
"The only thing that made me mad about my speech on
Gabrlelson's fees," Congressman Hays Interrupted, "was thaftha
Cleveland Plain Dealer insinuated that the information was plant-
ed on me by the Democratic National committee.
"Planted!" continued Hays. "Imagine that! Why, the Demo-
cratic National Committee didn't have either the brains or Initia-
tive to dig It up.
"And while we're on the subject. Mr. President," said the Ohl
Congressman, "let's talk about our own National Committee. I per-
sonally think it's a disgrace to the Democratic Party and Ought to
be reorganized from top to bottom.
"The Republican National Committee Is always on its toes
providing Republicans In Congress with ammunition against the
Democrats, but what has Bill Boyle and his outfit ever done for
us? The answer is nothing.
COCKTAIL DEMOCRATS
"The only time the Democratic National Committee staff shows
any signs of Ufe is at the cocktail hour." -
The President looked surprised, but made no comeback except
to say that, while the National Committee had some weaknesses,
it wasn't as bad as Hays painted it. He didn't drop the subject
of the RFC, however, without a disparaging remark about Senator
Fulbrlght, chief critic of the RFC.
"Everybody knows," remarked the President, "that Fulbrlght
has written letters to the RFC himself In order to get loans for
his friends."
When the conversation turned to General MacArthur, Boggs
of Louisiana reminded Truman that California's Sam Yorty Vas
the first to commend the President on the House floor for crack-
ing down on the general.
"You know, I served as an officer on MacArthur'a staff In tha
Pacific." observed Yorty, "and I know a lot about him. It anyone
tinder MacArthur had been guilty of the brazen Insubordination to-
ward hlrn that MacArthur displayed toward yiu. that man would
have been court-martialed before you could bat your eye;" "
ACHESON DEFENDED
The President strongly defended Secretary of State Acheson,
whom he called "the best Secretary of States in 50 years." He add-
ed that it was not his responsibility to have a popular Secretary
of State, but one who is smart and able, especially when you have
to deal with the Russians.
Truman suggested that, If Acheson's critics had to.sit anaund
the table with the Russians and negotiate with them, t hey wonfd
have a far greater respect for Acheson. The Preaiuent also remark-
ed that he has has "four Secretaries of States all with the same
oolicy." apparently meaning that the State Department Is follow-
ing his foreign policy and that the same policy will be followed
no matter who is Secretary of State.
The President also rehashed his foreign policy from the ties*
he entered the White House, explaining that as a Senator Q4
hnd spent all his time on the Truman Committe lnvstlgating war
scandals; so when he went Into the White House, he had to bone
up hurriedly on foreign policy.
CHINESE SUBTERFUGE
While the Communists were talking peace at Kaesong. they
vere shipping steel bridging equipment toward the front equip-
ment that has no use at the front except for crossing the Han
River In another Communist drive to retake Seoul.
This Is the first heavy bridging equipment that has shown up
In North Korea. Shipped Into the North Korean port of Rashln
from Russia, it was spotted by the Air Force on four railroad-flat-
cars moving down the East Coast. Air Force planes bombed and
trafed the train, succeeded In derailing it. but did not dami
the bridging equipment.
A later air patrol, sent to finish the Job. couldn't locate the
four flatcars. They still may be en route toward the front, a.
later the Han River.
(Copyright. 1951. By The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)_______
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AGE EIGHT

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT OAttl NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, JULY M, 1951

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PRESIDENT AND MRS. AROSEMENA ENTERTAINING
THIS AFTERNOON AT THE PRESIDENCIA
The President of Panama and Mrs. Alcibladcs Arose men
.... -' invitations for a reception today from 5:30 to
?V p^n i" the P esW%nd,'honorinr Ambassador Cristobal
Mendo; "ho heads the Special Mission to Panama from
Venezuela, and Mrs. Mendosa. ______
[rs. Brlscoe Leaves
or Visit in U.S.
Mrs. C. DeWltt Brlscoe or
Bella Vista lett by alrp>anf
ear.y this morning lor Fort 8U1
Oklahoma, where she will visl.
her son-in-law and daughter,
Lieutenant Thomas Monneit
Davis U.S.M.C, and Mrs. Da-
vis. Later she will visit her sis-
ter Mrs. George Banzhaf, sn
Sari Francisco, California.
Mrs. Bishop was given an or-
chid corsage and a supply of
color films for her trip.
Present at the farewell party
were Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. Allen
Miller, Mrs. Lois Grant, Mrs.
Alberta Lattimore, Mrs. Zelda
Glassburn, Mrs. Keith Byle,
Mrs. Simon Mansberg, Mrs.
Howard Engelke, Mrs. Macn
Bailey, Mrs. Herbert Drlscoll,
Mrs, James Hunter, Mrs. Robert
Lesslack, Mrs. Wendell Spread,
bury, Mrs. Jack Lawless, Mrs.
William Wright, Mrs. Frank
Visitors At
El Panama Hotel
JveV^el^ Miss Helen Dudak.
&rrVdaScoanand their son Ml. Joanne Steiner and Miss
have been guests at El Pan-
ama Hotel lor a few days.
They are in Panama on their
way from Caracas to Quito.
Ruth Eilch.
Mr. and Mrs. Bishop and
their daughter plan to visit her
brother in Erie, and his mo-
___... ,, ... Hallaran ther in Detroit during their
SlL^titaS """ Ha,,r"Vtay in the United States.
Commander and Mrs. E. R. .
Halloran enttrtained the Infor-
mation Oflicer or the United v|sltors Returnlnf
States Embassy and Mrs. |o ohio
Joseph J. Dempsey at dinner After ( shQrt Y,g,t ,n Balboa
Tuesday evening at their quar- wlth Mr and Mrs Q Joustra
ters on the Balboa Naval Ke- an(J thelr dauKnters Miss Loreen
strvatlon. They inc'ded com- Bon, and M,sg Lllllan Mueiier are
mander and Mrs. Charles. t. ,saUm lomorrow on the SS An-
Farwell. The dinner prp.eeded (on ,.e.urnlnK to New york and
the fateweil party given t' lhelr home In Alliance, Ohio.
Jpempsevs thft evenlnn by _____
members of the press and the Bir,hdav Party
Ctatlonal Committee for Pub- John Rcyn01ds and charles
lie libraries in Panama. Blystone celebrated their blrth-
-----7~ I day anniversaries jolj.ly Monday
Mrj. Cranshaw A"'vm| I afternoon when their mothers,
For Visit With The E" 'Mrs. Paul H. Reynolds and Mrs.
Mrs. Philio W. Cranshaw ArlhurBlysloneeiUerta|ned at
(Lcura Eltoni oi West New- th home 0, tne lalter ln Baib0a.
ton, Massachusetts, will arrive
Au-ust 14 from New York to Amoni the guests were Arthur
visit her pasents. Dr. and M". .Blystone. Jr. Paul,. Richard and
No-man W, Elton at Herrick: Emma Reynolds; Mary Juuai
He-hts. Her husband is with Martna Ann Bettv and Louise
the U. S. Army Engineers in v.'illis; Charles. Hilda a-idFrank-
Eurore. (jln Badlola: Johnnie and Julie
_,-------- lEauland; Eugene and Francie
lui.cheon Given Melhorne; Dennis and Jimmv
At Hotel Tivoli Barnett; Sharlene. PMfl-i 'nd
Miss Hahie Beavers enter-, Helene Blsh0p; Orlando and Ju-
tair.ed a small group of friends (,lo Cesar de la GuarClla; Noiman
at luncheon yesterday at tne|md Bobbie Lewter; Diane Hic-
Hotel Tivoli compllmentina | keyAls0 preSent were the boys-
Mrs. George Eogene and, her, nQparents Mr and Mrs. M.
guest, Miss Louise Durkin, be-|p Arruda Mrs Morris Cherry,
Tore their departure tomorrow Mfs Marnlne Melhorne. Mrs.
lor New York. I Orlando de la Guardia. Mrs. Car-
1 los Badlola and Mrs. Bertha Gre-
Lieulenant Jensen < ory
Leaving Friday
I e -tenant John L Jensen. The nostesses were assisted by
U.. i oi Key West, Florida. Mrs Jonn B wlllls and Mrs
is ie.?lng tomorrow aitw .ThB,d
wet.; s.ay at the Hotel Tivoli. _____
He has been the guest during Barn D Tonlht
his visit here of Alson H. 8ears at Cocoli
oi Go.f Heights. Tne Cocoh summer Recreation
_ .. ,.. '. ,7~r~ ir--- I 1 sponsoring a Teen-age Barn
Bn. .-..lert Lor.ored Danes toni'jht from 7 to 10 at I he
By Mr*, uiennaii oosoll Oymnaiipm, -. t-
I :s. James A. Brcnnan gave Davls Mrs L Frledman. Mrs.
a oesser. party and kitchen Dona,d Ac!cer MlJ(. ..namj
shov/er last evening ^^at her d Qrne Hubbard are lne com.
ho.ne In Balboa lor M* Marl- miU(.e l charge of the affair,
lyn Jenntson, who Is to be mar-
ries August 4 to Lieutenant! Eoys and B|ris from 12 years up.
Gl iier Waggoner of Corozal. as we a. 8dults are cord|any
\/ith the bride-elect, Mrs. lnvUed. There will be no admls-
Brcnnan entertained her mo-
rlur. Mrs. John E. Jennlson, Jr.,
and her grandmother, Mrs.
John E. Jennlson. Mrs. James
Fu'ton. Mrs. J. Plummer. Mrs.. <-
i. d. Hiiiiard. Mrs. m. Macou-, Lou^h mixture Lomes
bray, Miss Barbara Comber,
Misa Carol Brentner, Miss
Phj.lls Albrltten, Miss Ann
Newhard. Miss Royna Reece,
Miss Jean Ann White. Miss
Loretta Smith, Miss Elaine
Lombard. Miss Anita Harris,
Miss Betty Jane Kenealy. Miss
Gloria Ives. Miss Dolores Low-
ry. Miss Janet Klmmel, Miss
Katherine Manush, Miss Cora
Ann Gomez and Miss Barbara
Fri-z.
sion charge and refreshments
will be served.
Hammond of Pedro Miguel and
his square dancers will be pres-
ent and featured during the even-
ing will be several novelty and
"mixer" numbers.
Sunday Buffet Supper
at Golf Club Cancelled
The Panama Golf Club an-
nounces that the Sunday night
buffet supper for August 29 has
been cancelled because of the re-
ception which will be held at the
club following the Porras-pulza-
do wedding.
Labor News
(Continued trom Page 7)
a dam to check a rising flood
of buying power. If this dam
Is to hold we must divert some
of the pressure against it.
There are various ways of
reducing the pressures. Ef-
fective price controls must
be accompanied by equally
effective wage and salary
controls. We need more taxes
to keep the national defense
program on a pay-as-we-go
basis. We need more savings,
more restrictions on credit,
and a balanced budge: if we
are to keep direct controls
from giving away.
I think that the American
people share the view that
these other measures to divert
a portion of the inflationary
flood are necessary.
Recently, I returned from a
trip across the United States.
I talked to housewives, shop-
keepers, workers, labor leaders,
business men and farmers
certainly to a representative
group of citizens. On that trip
I found no apathy on the part
of the public.
People were agreed en the
need for indirect controls to
supplement direct ones. They
were willing to do their part
to bring them into being nnd
to give them their support.
The impression that I got
most vividly was that America
Is determined to go ahead with
its national defense program.
The decision to rearm, to be-
come strong enough to resist
aggression successfully wher-
ever it strikes, was made by all
of the people and not Just by
a few in Washington. And ln
making that decision all of us
recognized that some tempor-
ary sacrifices were going, to be
necessary.
At the same time we recog-
nized that military prepared-
ness and economic prepared-
ness go hand in hand. You
can't have one without the
other. It would avail us little
to guard against external ag-
gression while we let Inflation
wreck us Internally.
I have faith ln America. I
believe Americans are ready
and willing to make whatever
sacrifices are needed to get us
over the mobilization hump.
Our people ask only that they
be shared as equally as pos-
sible. And that's the cardinal
rule of the Economic Stabiliza-
tion Agency fair sharing.
English Girl Swapped US
Fiance For French Poodle
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MEMPHIS, Tenn., July 26 (UP)
Clothing dealer David M.
Shendelmah, who has filed a
trans-Atlantic breach of promise
suit, said last night his English
fiancee's parents promised her a
French poodle to take his place.
Patricia Smith, 23, evidently
agreed, Shendelman said, and he
has sued "just to get my money
back." He explained that he had
spent $3,092 traveling to London
and buying presents for Pat and
her parents only to have his en-
gagement broken just before the
wedding date.
"I had even got fitted up with
one of those Tancy suits and a
silk hat," he bemoaned. "Then
her parents broke off the engage-
ment and they promised Pat a
French poodle dogto take the
place of me."
Shendelman s solicitors ln Lon-
don confirmed the suit and said a
writ had been issued. A demand
that Shendelman make a securi-
ty payment to the court has held
up action but Shendelman Is try-
ing to arrange the necessary cur-
rency exchange.
Shendelman has filed his claim
for a refund of his courtship ex-
penses against Pat and her par-
ents, identified as Norman B. and
Sylvia Smith.
"They are very wealthy people,"
Shendelman said. "Pat Is Jewish,
like me. She has an uncle on the
New York stock exchange, Ernest
Smith.
Shendelman was a sergeant
with the U. S. Air Force ln Eng-
land when he met Pat. They
agreed in a trans-Atlantic tele-
phone talk after he came back
home, ln December, 1948, to be
married and Shendelman went to
England in February, 1949, for an
April wedding. He stayed with the
Smiths for two months.
"Her family spent several thou-
sand, getting her underwear and
stuff together," he recalled.
"They spent ahout $400 on her
wedding gown.",
Then, he said, Pat's mother
started "acting sick," and Pat be-
came torn between fiance and
family. As the date drew'nearer,
Mrs. Smith became distressed
over the prospect of her daugh-
ter going to the United States.
"Her parents tried to say it was
finances, that I couldn't support
her the way she was used to,"
Shendelman said. "So I was ask-
ed to leave."
"I booked passage on the Queen
Elizabeth, sailing ln a few days,
but Mrs. Smith called me and
said the Washington was sailing
the next day. She couldn't get me
out of the country fast enough.
"On the way home they sent
me a "good luck" radiogram
and me seasick.
"But Pat's really a nice kid,
with nice parents'/'
Miss Smith was under 21 at the
time of the scheduled marriage
and under British law her par-
ents' consent was necessary.
If the case Is tried in London,
lawyers said, Shendelman will
have to be there.
This New Amazing
Mrr. Bishop Honored
At Luncheon
A group of her friends gave
a no host luncheon yesterdav
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I ItllNDS SHARE HONORS
AT BON VOYAGE BREAKFAST
Mrs. David Howe, who tail in the near future to reside
In New Hampshire, and Mr, i. W. L. Graham, who I amonj
the passengers leavint Friday for a vacation, shared honors
at a beautifully appointed breakfast fiven by Mrs. Geor(e
Poole, 8r., at her Gatun home, yesterday.
The group was seated at a long
table covered with a cutwork
cloth and centered with a circu-
lar container filled with coffee
roses and outlined with coalport
flowers.
After breakfast canasta and
mah Jong were played. High scor-
ers at canasta were: Mrs. George
Zimmerman and Mrs. George
Poole. Jr. Mrs. Howe and Mrs.
Percy Lawrance received the
prizes at mah jong.
As mementoes were given the
young ladies who are vacationing
on the Isthmus, and bon voyage
gifts were given the honorees,
nearly all of the guesU received
a prize.
The other guests included: Mrs.
Fred Newhard. Mrs. Julius Borne-
feld, Mrs. Howard Harris, Mrs.
Leon Egolf, Mrs. Lee Nash, Misses
Janet Graham. Ann Newhard
and Gloria Bornefeld.
The hostess was assisted by
Miss Carol Newhard and Miss
Barbara Egolf.
Miss Blalr Complimented
with Bon Voyage Luncheon
Mrs. Carlos de Estrada and
Mrs. J. B. Dorow were co-hos-
tesses for an informal luncheon
given at the Estrada residence ln
the Arbolx Building, Tuesday, to
compliment Miss Joan Blalr who
Is sailing early next week with
her parents to make her home in
the United States.
The RuPsts were: Misses Betty
Tarr, Kaye and Virginia Dlgnam.
Muriel Morland and Margaret
Joudrey.
After lunch the group played
canasta, with Miss Morland win-
ning the prize.
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Morning Coffee
to Honor Mrs. Freeman
The ladies of the Cristobal Un-
ion Church are arranging a
morning coffee to be given Tues-
day at 9:30 a.m. at the home of
Mrs. Gordon Karlger, House 604
DeLesseps. to honor Mrs. Leo B.
Freeman, who Is leaving next
week to reside In the States.
All friends of Mrs. Freeman's,
whether affiliated with the Un-
ion Church or not. are cordially
Invited to attend. They may con-
tact Mrs. Karlger for further In-
formation.
the
was
the
Margarita Men's Fellowship
Meeting
The monthly meeting of
Margarita Men's Fellowship
held Monday evening at
Margarita Clubhouse. Mr. Claude
Strobrldge presided In the ab-
sence of the president.
Rev. Henry L. Bell, pastor of
the Margarita Union Church, had
returned that day from a business
trip to New York and gave a re-
port of his trip at this time.
A motion picture. "Wings Over
Mexico and Guatemala" was also
shown.
meeting at noon today at the
Strangers Club. He spoke on
"Tropical Diseases."
Dr. Clark graduated from the
Medical School of the University
of Pennsylvania in 1806. and
spent three years as an Interne
at the University Hospital, Old
Pennsylvania Hospital and the
Children's Seashore Home. He
Joined the Panama Canal De-
partment ln December 1909 as
pathologist of the Board Of
Health at the Laboratory in An-
cn. In October 1917 he was call-
ed into the United States Army
and spent two years in France,
with the medical corps. In No-
vember, 1922, he was employed by
the United Fruit Company ln
Honduras and their New York
Offices in charge of field and
camp control and the laboratory.
Dr. Clark has been director of the
Gorgas Memorial Institute since
It was founded in 1929. He is re-
cognized as "The Grand Old
Physician of the American Tro-
pics," whose success in obtaining
the truth and facts concerning
tropical diseases Is renowned
throughout the medical world.
Arrivals
Mrs. George Poole. Jr. and her
young daughters. Christine and
Kate have returned from a vaca-
tion spent ln Virginia and New
York.
Covered Dish Supper
at Gatun Tonight
A covered dish supper will be
held at 6:00 p.m. at the-Gatiin
Union Church this evening to
honor Mr. and Mrs. David Howe
and Rev. and Mrs. J. W. L. Gra-
ham who are leaving for the
State!.
All friends are invited to bring
their favorite dish.
DeMolays to Have Dance
The Atlantic Chapter of the
Order of the DeMolays will have
a dance at the Gatun Masonic
Temple Frdiay evening. All mem-
bers of the Order and their
guests and members of the Rain-
bow Girls and their guests are In-
vited.
Refreshments will be served.
Dr. Clark Addresses Rotary Club
Dr. Herbert Clark was the
guest speaker at the Cristobal-
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Captain Robert L. Ware, ar-
rived recently to assume the du-
ties of Executive Officer of the
Coco Solo Naval Hospital. He was
accompanied by Mrs. Ware and
their children, Robert and Mary.
Captain Ware comes to the
Isthmus from the Bureau of Me-
dicine and Surgery in Washing-
ton, D.C.
Evening Circle Meeting
The Evening Circle of the Cris-
tobal Union Church met at the
home of Mrs. J. W. Llmkemann
for their regular meeting, with
Mrs. Philip Havener as o-hos-
tess. Mrs. E. F. McClellan pre-
sided at the meeting and Mrs.
Gerhard Lust gave the West
Point Cadet Prayer as the devo-
tional s.
Mrs. Carl Maedl thanked the
ladies for their cooperation ln
managing the recent rhummage
sale given by the group. During
the business meeting. Mrs. Lust
was elected secretary.
Mrs. Herbert Tucker, of the
Salvation Army gave a talk on
the "School for the Blind." She
gave a background of the organi-
zation and work of the Salvation
Army and showed the books and
work of the blind students.
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CINCO CENTESIMO"
Se anuncia la cada de Franco!!
la anterior fotografa aparece en un articulo fechado en Pars T escrito por UnDwsn
con la luiente leyendas-Franco condecora a sus oficiales mientras a sus espaldas, los
dMeentea de?eUnlto nean una revuelta". El articulista dice que el Ejercito Espaol esta
Pepeando unrievSelTa contra el Generalsimo Franco y que W^W*
uara Septiembre. "El Generalsimo Franco lo sabe, el Departamento de Defensa de E. U..lo
sabe y t Pueblo espaol lo sabe", dice Dennn. "Solamente alindose con E>tadoa Unidos
podra Franco salvarse. Pero an a. la firma de un pacto militar entre Estados Unidos y
Fwha nodrU "er demasiado tarde para salva, la dictadura de Franco. Los recientes cam-
ble^ efectuados por FnneeTen su Gabinete y la inclusin de nueve monrquicos Franquistas
no son marque "un intento intil para evitar el desastre". El articulista predice que ocurri-
rn serios d erbios y huellas contra Franco y que los dirigente, del Ejercito aprovecharan
la o-asin para llevar a cabo la revnclU.______________L___________________________________
Pdese la intervencin del
Presidente para solucionar
problemas de la Marina Nal.
Solicitndole al Presidente de
la Repblica que le dedica todo
bu Inters y presente el proble-
ma ante la Embajada de los
Estados Unidos, un grupo de
marineros panameos ha diri-
gido al Jefe del Estado la si-
guiente carta que damos a la
publicacin:
Panam, Julio 25 de 1951
Sr. don
Alclbiades Arosemena
Presidente de la Repblica
Palacio Presidencial
Ciudad.
Seor:
Frente a la prolongada ce-
santa, que dia por dia se a-
centa con caracteres alarman-
tea sumiendo a muchos hoga-
res a ingente privaciones y ne-
cesidades, ante usted y con el
debido respeto nos dirigimos
para solicitar una vez ms su
decidida Intervencin en lo re-
ferente al Capitulo de la Mari-
na Mercante Nacional.
Es de nuestro conocimiento
que mltiples diligencias sin el
calor oficial, se estn adelan-
tando para esclarecer el por
qu pesa prohibicin sobre el
funcionario de Marina el libre
acceso en la Jurisdiccin de la
Zona del Canal. Hasta ahora
nada en concreto parece ha-
berse logrado.
En vista de esta interrogante
situacin, cuyas consecuencias
est afectando grandemente
nuestros intereses al no poder
lograr embarques en los barcos
de matricula panamea, enten-
demos, salvo mejor criterio, que
el problema tal como subsiste
merece mayor atencin. Presu-
mimos que el punto cardinal.
Aprobada la agenda de
la Conferencia de Paz
La Asociacin de Propietarios
se refiere a las medidas que
suspenden los lanzamientos
Eleva un Memorial al Ministro de Previsin Social
en el que considera inoportuno el restableci-
miento de la Junta de Inquilinato
motivo de este lmpase, se debe
a asuntos de Jurisdiccin. Por
tanto, estimamos, excusando la
sugestin, que corresponde al
Ministerio de Relaciones Exte-
riores, provocar, ante la Em-
bajada de los Estados Unidos
las gestiones debidas, y con ba-
se en tratados vigentes, tratar
de obtener los derechos que nos
corresponden en la grandiosa
obra del Canal de Panam.
Para nosotros, presumimos,
esta es la exacta realidad, que
interviene para que Panam no
pueda ejercer los -derechos de
aplicacin de nuestras leyes en
los barcos con bandera pana-
mea que transitan el Canal.
Si a esto se le dedica mayor
Inters gubernamental, estamos
seguros que usted lo lograr y
con ello abrir un vasto campo
de posibilidades de trabajo a
gran cantidad de panameos
que algn beneficio debemos
derivar de las numerosas com-
paas navieras, que ampara-
das con nuestro pabelln nacio-
nal, lo que estn haciendo es
salvaguardar sus propios inte-
reses.
Seor Presidente: Los suscri-
tos todos panameos y con as-
piraciones de trabajar, somos
unos convencidos que a la pre-
sente le dedicar su mayor in-
ters y en virtud de los gran-
des intereses nacionales de por
medi, su accin como Gober-
nante consecuente se reflejar
en bien de sus conciudadanos.
Del seor Presidente de la
Repblica, Ss. Ss.,
Jorge Jolly,
Cd. 47-19567
Crisis en e!
Gobierno del
General Odra
LIMA, Julio 28 (UP) El
Presidente Manuel Odra acep-
t la renuncia de dos de sus Mi-
nistros pero rechaz la de los
dems cuando todo el Gabinete
renunci para dejar en libertad
al Presidente de organizar el
Gobierno.
Aquellos cuyas renuncias fue-
ron aceptadas son el Coronel
Jos del C. Cabrejo, Ministro de
Obras Pblicas y Fomento quien
present renuncia por "rasnos
personales" y el General Jos
C. Villanueva, Ministro da Avia-
cin quien dijo que "necesitaba
descanso". Los dos Ministros
fueron reemplazados por el In-
geniero Carlos Salazar South-
well y el Comandante Marb
Saona, respectivamente.
Al rechazar la renuncia en
masa, el General Odria dijo qve
estaba satisfecho con la labor
ael Gabinete.
La Asociacin de Propietarios
de Panam ha dirigido el si-
guiente memorial al seor Mi-
nistro de Trabajo, Previsin So-
cial y Salud Pblica, Ing. Juan
de Arco Gallndo, en el que se
refiere a la orden de suspensin
de los lanzamientos dictada por
el Gobierno Nacional y piden
que sta se modifique. La Aso-
ciacin de Propietarios conside-
ra asimismo Inoportuno y per-
judicial al restablecimiento de
las Juntas de Inquilinato y so-
licitan al Ministro Gallndo que
termine la prctica de los Co-
rregidores de "desobedecer las
rdenes superiores de lanza-
miento concediendo nuevos pla-
zos".
El siguiente es el memorial
enviado al Ministro Galindo:
Sr. Ministro de Trabajo,
Previsin Social y Salud
Pblica,
E. S. D.
Seor Ministro:
En vista de la actitud asumi-
da por el Gobierno de suspen-
der todos los lanzamientos en
la Repblica hasta que funcio-
ne la Junta de Inquilinato, la
Asociacin de Propietarios de
Panam se reuni el dia 19 de
los corrientes para considerar
esta situacin, y en su deseo
Contina con todo vigor la
campaa del "FBI" contra el
Partido Comunista de EE.UU.
WASHINGTON, Julio 26. (UP)
Hoy se anunci el arresto
de otros once funcionarlos y
dirigentes del partido comunis-
ta por miembros del Bur Fe-
deral de Investigaciones en Los
Angeles, San Francisco y Nue-
va York.
La batalla fue llevada a cabo
simultneamente en estos tres
centros metropolitanos, segn
anuncio hecho por el Fiscal Ge-
neral J. Howard McGrath y el
director del FBI, J. Edgar Hoo-
ver.
Todos los detenidos estn a-
cusados de conspirar para en-
sear y abogar el derrocamien-
to del Gobierno de Estados U-
nldos por medio de la fuerza
Hasta ahora se encuentran de-
tenidos cuarenta y cuatro di-
rigentes comunistas acusados de
os mismos cargos.
Hoover dijo que "los dirigen-
tes del Partido Comunista que
han sido arrestados se encon-
traban dedicados desde hace
tiempo a actividades del parti-
do en California y otras par-
tes del pas en misiones con-
cernientes a las actividades lo-
cales y nacionales del Partido
Comunista''.
Severas sanciones
a los comerciantes
que acaparen arroz
Don Homero Velsquez Go-
bernador de la Provincia de Pa-
nam, ha expedido el siguiente
comunicado sobro la obligacin
en que se encuentran unos co-
merciantes de rendir informes
sobre existencias de arroz-
COMUNICADO
Se hace saber a todos los co-
merciantes dueos o represen-
tantes de depsitos de arroz tr.
esta ciudad y sus aledaos, que
tienen de plazo hasta hoy para
suministrar a la Oficina de P.e-
r.o.s y Abastos, ubicada en el
Palacio Nacional de esta ciu-
dad, la canUdad exacta de amz
que mantienen en existencia, so
pena de que se les Impongan st-
l veras sanciones por acapara-
miento de ese grano, o por o.m-
i&lones maliciosas en el sumi-
nistro de Ules datos.
Homero Velsques
Gobernador de la Provincia ue
Panam.
de colaborar decididamente con
el Gobierno en la solucin del
problema inquillnario, acord
presentarle los siguientes pun-
tos de vista:
1La Asociacin sugiere mo-
dificar la suspensin general de
los lanzamientos en el sentido
de que se limite a aquellos ca-
sos en que se compruebe la
falta absoluta de recursos eco-
nmicos para el pago de los al-
quileres. Esto se pide ya que la
suspensin general de los lan-
zamientos ha sido interpretada
por muchos inqullinos como una
autorizacin tcita de parte del
doblerno para no pagar los al-
quileres en lo sucesivo. Esta si-
tuacin Imposibilitarla al pro-
pietario- para pagar los Impues-
tos, el agua y dems gastos ne-
cesarios.
2La Asociacin est conven-
cida de que la Seccin Inqul-
llnarla del Ministerio a su dig-
no cargo viene actuando a sa-
tisfaccin de los Intereses de
inqullinos y propietario, dada
la forma ordenada y equitativa
con que se caracterizan sus la-
bores. Esto no ocurra en la
Junta de Inquilinato por la dis-
crepancia de criterio que pre-
valeca entre los miembros de
(Paa a la Pg. 8, Col. )
El doctor Ricardo J. Alfaro,
ex-Presldente de la Repblica,
abogado distinguido e intema-
cionalista de fama continental,
lleg hoy a Nieva York y se
espera que estar en Panam
en el curso de la prxima se-
mana. Nos complacemos en an-
ticiparle nuestra bienvenida.
Lo del papel peridico ser
tratado en Panam en reunin
del Consejo Econmico-Social
Se propone la formacin de un grupo de compra
para la adquisicin de papel peridico a nom-
bre de los miembros participantes
Las delegaciones entrarn j
ahora a discutir trminos J
para un Armisticio Militar
Considrase como un paso inicial para evitar m
derramamiento de sangre en Corea
WASHINGTON, Julio 26 iP>
Esferas informadas declaran n
que el Consejo Interamericano
Econmico y Social y sus orga-
nismos dependientes, probable-
mente no tomarn medidas al-
guna sobre el problema del pa-
pel peridico en el Hemisferio
Occidental antes de la reui.ln
extraordinaria del Consejo que
tendr lugar en Panam el 20
Ue Agosto.
Maurice Levin, perito econ-
mico de la Organizacin de lis-
tados Americanos, present a la
Comisin de Materiales Escalos
del Consejo una propuesta pa-
ra que los representantes de ias
empresas editoras latinoameri-
canas y de Estados Unidos se
reunieran para estudiar el re-
ferido problema desde un punto
de vista hemisfrico-
Levin sugiri la creacin de
una comisin para asignar Us
cantidades de papel que serian
cedidas voluntariamente por "a-
quelias empresas que pueti-in
hacer tales contribuciones en
beneficio pblico" y la organi-
zacin de un grupo^de compra
para contrata la adquisicin de
papel peridico a nombre de ls
miembros participantes.
Levin seal en su propuesta
que uno de los principales na-
tivos de la actual escasez de
papel en Latino Amlca es c,ue
muchas empresas pequeas no
pueden obtener papel sobre la
base de contratos a largo pa. o
Record que antes del estalli-
do de la guerra de Corea mu-
chos peridicos se vieron obliga-
dos a cancelar sus contratos
con los productores canadler.
ses debido a la falta de rila: es.
Maana tendrn lugar en toda
la Repblica elecciones para
elegir Comisin de Escalafn
Maana tendrn lugar en esta
ciudad las elecciones para esco-
ger los maestros que integrarn
la Comisin Permanente del Es-
calafn que fue creada por la
ley 11 de 1950.
Los maestros depositarn sus
votos en los sitios que ha de-
terminado la Junta Munici-
pal de Educacin, entidad a
quien corresponder hacer los
escrutinios en las respectivas
municipalidades.
Las diversas agrupaciones do-
centes han suscrito sus nmi-
nas, y durante la presente se-
mana se ha notado una cre-
ciente agitacin en las filas ma-
gisteriales para imponer sus
respectivas nminas.
Observadores imparclales in-
dicaban en la maana de hoy
que la mnlma ms fuerte has-
ta el momento es la del Magis-
terio Panameo Unido, debido
a que esta entidad tiene mu-
chos aos de estar organizada
y ha laborado intensamente en
favor de las conquistas que ha
alcanzado el Educador Nacional.
El Ministerio de Educacin
por su parte dl a publicidad
a un comunicado en el cual
se manifestaba la seguridad de
que el torneo de maana .fra
un certamen de alto civismo.
solucionado robo
cometido contra
la "Casa Sparton"
Con la captura de Rosalio
Gomez. a) "Muchacho Malo"
y Maximiliano Rivera (a) Cho-
lo", y la recuperacin de los
artculos robados, la Polica Se-
creta Nacional solucion el ro-
bo de la Casa Sparton.
El robo de la casa Sparton,
uno de los ms grandes regis-
trados hasta la fecha, compren-
da 12 radios nuevos marca
"Sparton" avaluados en ms
de 750 balboas.
Los ladrones haban vendido
todo el botn por 60 balboas a
Flix Jaramillo J.. colombiano,
quien se encargaba de ser el
intermediarlo vendiendo los ar-
tculos robados.
La pxma. semana comenzarn
las obras del nuevo Liceo de
Seoritas a un costo de 750 mil
El edificio del Liceo de Seo-
ritas costar aproximadamente
B.750.0OO.O0, segn clculos he-
chos por el Arquitecto Ernesto
de la Guardia n.
El edificio, que ser una de
las ms modernas construccio-
CIRCULACIN PAGAD/
0E AYER MAS DE
22,600
Los beliceos se
pronuncian contra
el monarca ingls
BELICE, Julio 28. (UP). El
consejo Municipal de Belice,
Honduras Britnica, mantuvo
su actitud de protesta contra el
Rey Jorge VI de Gran Breta-
a debido a ciertas disputas
locales con la corona britnica.
La semana pasada -el Con-
cejo se opuso a que se colo-
caran retratos del Rey en los
sitios pblicos. Hoy. la mayora
de los concejales abandon la
sala de reuniones Impidiendo
que se celebrara la sesin con-
vocada para aprobar el pro-
grama para la celebracin del
dia de fiesta nacional de esta
ro'onla, el diez de septiem-
bre
nes escolares que tendr nues-
tra Repblica, ser comenzado
la prxima semana, tan pronto
como entre en vigencia el nue-
vo presupuesto y para ello se
usar la partida que el Gobier-
no ha asignado. Una vez ago-
tada esta suma, la obra se pro-
seguir con los fondos que pres-
tar el Seguro Social, y los tra-
bajos pendientes se efectuarn
por licitacin pblica.
El plantel que se construir
tendr capacidad para dos mil
alumnos.
Piden accin para
evitar actividades
comunistas en Irn
TEHERAN, Julio 28. (UP).
Un diputado Iranio pidi al
Parlamento que tome accin le-
gal para prevenir las activida-
des comunistas en Irn, el cual
se encuentra luchando contra
la estrangulacin econmica co-
mo result?do de la parlisis su-
frida por los campos petroleros.
Dirige alocucin
al magisterio el
Mtro. Bermdez
El Ministerio de Educacin ha
convocad* a loe maestros de la
Repblica a eleccin genera-
les para escoger a ros miem-
bros de la Junta Nacional de
Escalafn. Tales elecciones te
llevarn a cabo el dia 27 y a
propsito de las mismas, con-
sideramos oportuno expresar las
siguientes reflexiones.
Nuestro pas, en sus cuarenta
y siete anos de vida republi-
cana, no presenta una pgina
limpia en beneficio de la Ins-
titucin del sufragio. La expe-
riencia nos seala, con toda su
secuela de sorpresas y sacrifi-
cios, que ha faltado un criterio
magisterial en el proceso elec-
cionario. Esos antecedentes en
la vida panamea han contri-
buido a la desconfianza con
que nuestro pueblo observa el
sufragio y sus bondades. No se
cree en l, prevalece el crite-
rio de que quien escruta elige,
y a falta de su perfecciona-
miento por ausencia de ejerci-
cio probo, la fuente bsica de
la Democracia y el Poder P-
blico sufren crisis de conse-
cuencias inestimables.
El Ministerio de Educacin le
otorga, por todo lo expuesto,
una gran importancia a las. e-
lecciones de maana. Si adole-
cemos en la institucin del su-
fragio de actitudes magisteria-
les, o sean concreciones que
imparten ejemplos, nada tan
oportuno como llamar la aten-
(Pasa a la Pat o Col. 6)
Asegurada partida
para una escuela
de sordo-mudos
8egn informes suministrados
por el Ministerio de Educacin,
se ha Incluido en el presupues-
to de dicho Ministerio una Par-
tida de 5,000 balboas para el
sostenimiento de la Escuela e
Sordomudos.
La Escuela de Sordomudos vie
M a llenar una necesidad so-
cial y ha despertado gran en-
tusiasmo en los crculos educa-
tivos de la localidad.
Hasta el momento se han Kl
crito 70 alumnos para sia o
cuela y se espera que cuando se
inicien las clases se habrn ma-
triculado ms de cien personas
Por no conseguir
trabajo intenta
quitarse la vida
"Me quito la vida porque es-
ioy aburrido de vivir sin poder
conseguir trabajo". Con estas
palabras escritas en una no a
su madre, el Joven Harmodio i-
Ias Aguilera, de 19 aos de -
Jad y residente en Calle 25
Ceste No. 21 desapareci de su
rasa sin que se sepa su pais-
dero.
El probable intento de su.c-
dio del joven Aguilera sui/ a
10 el total dt ucidios e lotn-
tos registrfdos ltimamente en
tita ciudad.
BASE DE AVANZADA, Juilo
26 (UP) Los delegados do las
Naciones Unidas y Comunistas
cara el cese de fuego en Co.va
aprobaron la agenda para '.as
conferencias del armisticio y co-
menzaron inmediatamente las
conversaciones para termino r
a lucha en Corea.
La reunin de hoy dur olo
una hora y cuarto, Incluyendo
un receso de quince minutos
pedido por los comunistas.
El comunicado sobre las con-
ferencias de hoy deca:
"Esta tarde, las delegaciones
que representan a las fuercus
beligerantes en Corea en lu
conferencias de Kaesong acor-
daron la agenda para la reali-
zacin de un armisticio militar.
La agenda acordada es la si-
guiente-
1.) Adopcin de la agenda. 2)
Fijacin de una lnea de demsr
cacln entre ambos lados para
establecer una zona desmlii'-o-
Izada como condicin bsica
para el cese de hostilidades sn
Corea. 3) Arreglos para la rea-
lizacin del cese de fuego y el
armisticio en Corea, incluyen-
do la formacin de una autori-
dad y las funciones de la orga-
nizacin suDerviglladora pura
levar, a cabo los trminos del
cese de fuego y el armisticio 4)
Arreglos relativos a los prl.liO-
neros de guerra. 5) Recomen-
daciones a los Gobiernos de les
oases concernientes en ambos
bandos.
"Habindose acordado la fl-
genda, ahoja queda el camino
ihre para que las delegaciones
entren en las discusiones subs-
tanciales de las trminos del ar-
misticio militar. Los mayores
problemas debern ser resuel-
tos en stas discusiones. Es de-
masiado temprano para prede-
cir al xito o el grado de pro-
gieso que se lograr.
"Una discusin preliminar lu
iniciada inmediatamente des-
pus de la aprobacin de la a- '
genda. a fin de que el derramo-
miento de sangre en Corea se*
detenido lo ms pronto posible.
"Debe tenerse en cuenta quo
la aceptacin mutua de la a-
genda es solamente un paso lili*
clal hacia la meta final de un
aimisticlo militar y el con.!1
julente cese de fuego, lo cual
deber ser logrado bajo condi-
ciones que den toda la sesuri-
ciad razonable de que no se rea-
nudarn las hostilidades.
"Existen numerosos puntos
bsicos dentro del marco ge;***
tal de la agenda, sobre los ..la-
les deber llegarse a un acuerdo
ya que existen ciertas diferen-
cias en los puntos de vista oO-
bre los mismos".
Sin embargo un portavos dt
las Naciones Unidas dijo que el
Jefe de la delegacin comunis-
ta. *r,ieral Nam II. hab Je--,
clarado que crea que el acuer-
do sobre la agenda era un puso
hacia el armisticio-
Las delegaciones volvern *
reunirse maana a las diez de
la maana hora de Kaesong (8
de la noche de hoy, hora local'.
Fue aprobado esta tarde por
la Legislativa Permanente el
Presupuesto de esta vigencia
A pesar de de los recortes en el rengln de Obras
Pblicas no fue posible rebajar el Presupuesto
a menos de B /33.400.000
Esta maana a las cuatro ter-
min la Comisin Legislative
Permanente de discutir en Sc-
Rundo debate el Presupuesto te
Rentas y Gastos de la actual vi-
gencia, el cual entrar a regir
el primero de Agosto prximo.
La suma total del presupues-
to est alrededor de B- 33.400.OOC
segn informaciones de la Con-
tratara General de la Repbli-
ca, donde se estaban compu-
tando los totales esta maana,
para que el proyecto menciona-
do fuera discutido esta tai de
en tercer debate.
Uno de los cambios principa-
les del presupuesto fu la crea-
cin de 20 ceduladores en luda
:a Repblica con sueldo de B.
75.00 en vez de ocho, con su.l-
Uo de B. 150.00 que haba esta-
blecido el proyecto original.
A pesar de todos los esfuer-
zos de la Comisin Legislaba
Permanente y de los Minisuoi
de Estado no fu posible bajar
t presupuesto de B 33 400.000
no obstante que el plan de O-
bras Pblicas fu objeto de re-
cortes sustanciales.
El Dr. F. Centeno
dictar charla en
el Seguro Social
Esta noche a las 7.30 en los
salones del Seguro Social, dic-
tar una charla para los tc-
nicos de la Caja de Seguro So-
cial, la Prensa y algunos invi-
tados, el doctor Fernando Cen-1
teo G director de la Escuel
de Enseanza Especial de San
Jos de Costa Rica y Catedr-
tico en la Universidad de eso
pas en Psico-Pedagogia y ^
dagogia Especial.
El doctor Centeno trabaja en
el Departamento de Rehabilita-
cin de la Caja de Seguro So-
cial de San Jos de Costa Ri-
ca; adems fue el organizador
del mismo en Guatemala en el
ao 1944. Permanecer entre [
nosotros durante dos o tres se-
manas organizando la escuel
de sordo-mudos en nuestro pas.
Fue declarado improcedente
recurso de amparo en favor
del Doctor Arnulfo Arias M.
El Primer Tribunal 8uperlor
de Justicia declar Improce-
dente el recurso de Amparo de
las Garantas Constitucionales
promovido por el Licenciado
Carlos R. Jurado, en represen-
tacin del doctor Arnulfo Arias
y contra el Gobernador de la
Provincia de Panam, don Ho-
mero Velsquez.
El recurso fue Interpuesto por
el Licenciado Jurado par que
con audiencia del Gobernador
Velsquez el Tribunal revocara
la orden impartida por dicho
funcionarlo al Alcalde del Dis-
trito de San Carlos. Jurisdic-
cin de 1* Provincia de Pana-
m, mediante la cual se auto-l
riz el reparto de tierras ubl-l
cadas en el Corregimiento del
La Laguna a campesinos de sol
Corregimiento, tierras que. ale-I
ga el recurrente, son de su pro-l
piedad.
El abogado del doctor Arnul-
fo Arlas, Interpuso, al notlfi,-!
carse de esta decisin del Pri-
mer Tribunal de Justicia, un re-
curso de apelacin para ante ls
Corte Suprema de Justicia.
La Resolucin dictada por el
Primer Tribunal Superior 4r
Justicia lleva la (jama de le
Magistrados Gil R. Fonce, Ers
i mo Mndez v Manuel Antont
'Herrera L. iConJueu.


"A<. IN A DOS
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIAKIO INDEPENDIENTE
JUEVES, JULIO M. 1M1
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Panam Amrica
MUM WDtPEVMINTB
HARMODIO ARIAS. OHIfCTOR
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IDITOBA PANAMA AMCHICA. A.
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(N U lAlLtBl ITUAOO t l'A CII'UAD, CALL H. No 37
LA INDEPENDENCIA DE LOS JUECES
Con frecuencia surgen en nuestra comunidad
.onsuras acrimoniosas contra el rgano Judicial, en
tanto que rara vez se oye la voz ae aplauso o de
respaldo por sus actuaciones. Aunque esta actitud
es por lo general eminentemente injusta, en cierto
modo se explica por la falta de madurez cvica que
prevalece en algunos sectores y que los propios jue-
ces no han sabido o no han querido ilustrar.
Nada hay ms importante para el desarrollo
de las instituciones humanas que la administracin
de la justicia. El derecho sin la justicia sera una
frmula inepta, sin beneficio alguno para la huma-
nidad. Poco o nada conseguira el Legislador al
establecer mandatos, ni el Ejecutor en tratar de
hacerlos cumplir, si faltara un organismo rodeado
de todas las prerrogativas concebibles para deter-
minar la naturaleza, el alcance y el significado ver-
dadero de tales mandatos. Slo as se puede adju-
dicar a cada cual lo que le corresponde, sin tener
en cuenta quines son las partes de la controver-
sia y, lo que es ms importante an, con absoluta
prescind-una de los deseos expresos o implcitos
que en relacin con el punto debatido tengan los
otros rganos del Estado.
Salta a la vista que uno de los elementos in-
dispensables para la recta administracin de jus-
ticia es la independencia del rgano Judicial. Es
esa una prerrogativa sin la cual no puede haber
judicatura que merezca el nombre. Los magistra-
dos y jueces panameos lo reconocen as y, en lo
general, vienen demostrando solcito empeo en
aplicar ese criterio a las cuestiones sometidas a
su decisin. En otras comunidades esa actitud bas-
ta para que los otros poderes pblicos y los ciuda-
danos todos rindan debido respeto a las personas
que ejercen la judicatura y otorguen completa su-
misin a sus fallos.
Pero, desgraciadamente, dentro del ambiente
que aqu prevalece, el mero hecho de que los tri-1
bunales procedan con independencia de criterio no;
es suficiente para crear el estado mental que debe.
existir y que vendra, no slo a estimular a los pro-1
pios juzgadores, sino a amparar y proteger los dic-
tados de la Justicia. Es preciso que los tribunales,
si proceden con independencia, pregonen y exijan
por todos los medios a su alcance, aunque ello sea
con alardes que pudieran parecer indebidos, que
se les reconozca el atributo ms preciado para el
ejercicio de su delicadsima misin. Deben llegar a
la agresividad, si llegare el caso, en defensa de sus
fueros.
Cualquiera tentativa, por encubierta que fue-
re, que pudiera acaso envolver, aunque remotamen-
te, una excepcin o una modificacin de esa nor-
ma imprescindible, debera ser rechazada, hasta p-
blicamente, sin vacilaciones ni eufemismos. Y cual-
quier gesto de cualquiera de los otros poderes que
cercene o afecte su posicin o su prestigio debe-
ra de isual manera llevarse a los estrados de la
opinin pblica, ya que sta quiere con vehemen-
cia no slo un rgano judicial independiente y
probo, sino tambin* respetado y respetable.
En otras palabras, nuestro rgano Judicial, que
merece el acatamiento de los otros rganos oficia-
les y de la colectividad en general, no debe limi-
tarse a actuar con independencia. Debe proclamar,
predicar y defender sus atribuciones y prerroga-
tivas, abiertamente y con orgullo, a fin de que
nuestro pblico llegue al convencimiento pleno de
que la vida institucional de un pueblo depende de
la majestad de la judicatura. Y cuando esto suceda,
bien podr decirse: "fiat iustitia et mat coelum."
El "Aviso Oportuno'9
Es Barato v Efectivo
SFXECT-A-SCHEME
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
BERLIN PREPARA
LA MARCHA ROJA
o j x i i i / ni ",,s millones de jvenes comunistas listos a desfilar
Drew Pearson dice: Truman sostuvo una charla informal
con los Demcratas del Congreso; pide que se le cri-
tique y tiene esperanzas en la paz.
"Carthage Hydrocol Compa-
ny" le una (ran obra".
"Lo nico que me sac del
quicio cuando pronunci mi
Discurso sobre Uabrielson fue
que alguien Insinu que la in-
formacin me fue dada por
1 Comit Nacional Demcra-
ta", dijo Hayes.
"Me dio la informacin.
Hacnense eso! Cuando el
Comit Nacional Demcrata
no tiene ni los sesos ni la
iniciativa para desenterrar
esa Informacin.
"Y ya que hemos tocado el
asunto, Sr. Presidente", con-
tinu diciendo
mos de nuestro
WASHINGTON. Aunque los
peridicos nada han cucho, el
Presidente Trunian sostuvo otra
de sus charlas informales con
los miembros del Congreso en
la Casa Blalr con caf y em-
paredados. Lo mas Importante
de la charla fue una dura cr-
tica a William Boyle, Presidente
del Comit Nacional Demcrata
y un pedido desapasionado del
Presidente para la paz.
En esta reunin estuvieron
los Senadores Clements de Ken-
tucky. Hennings de Missouri,
Humphrey de Minnesota, Mu-
rray de Montana, y Smathers
de Florida; los Congresistas
Boggs de Louisiana, Hays de
Ohio. Eugene McCarthy de Min-
nesota y Yorty de California,
lodos Demcratas.
Truman abri la discusin
pidindole a sus huspedes
que hablaran con entera li-
bertad sobre cualquier resen-
timiento que tuvieran. Dijo
que estaba acostumbrado
las criticas, despus de la pol-
vareda que levant con la
destitucin de MacArlhur.
"No me importa lo que los
peridicos o mis enemigo* Re-
publicanos puedan decir de
mi', declar. "Todo lo que yo
deseo es arreglar esta crisis
:
teamericana sea bombardea-
da y sin la destruccin de la q \\Q(Q DO TO rearme
civiliacin por una tercera *"**'*' pwivi iwiinv
guerra mundiai.
"Lo que la gente diga de
ni i mi tiene importancia si yo
puedo evitar eso. Despus de
todo, no tengo ambiciones
personales".
Entonces, agreg con una
sonrisa:
'He llegado cuan alto poda
aspirar. No hay futuro en es-
te empleo".
Entonces, ponindose serio
nuevamente, el Presidente de-
clar que hay una urgente
necesidad de critica construc-
tiva, y menos vituperacin si
es que el Gobierno quiere ser-
vir los mejores intereses del
pueblo norteamericano tanto
en el frente interno como en
el exterior.
Se pide una investigacin
sobre la muerte d guarda
Alemn en frontera Check
sobre el sector occidental
Por JUDY BARDEN
(N. A. N. A.)
BERLIN, Julio (EPS).Berln occidental se est prfparin
do para la "marcha" comunista del 12 de Agoato prximo. Ese
da, segn afirma Robert Menzel, jefe del movimiento juvenil ro-
jo, dos millones de Jvenes comunistas "descendern" sobre la
ciudad, o mejor dicho, sobre el sector occidental de la misma.
Las amas de casa estarn listas para ese dim, pero no para
cerrar puertas y ventanas, sino para alojar y atender en lo po-
sible a los muchachos.
La razn de esto es que desde la ltima "marcha" comunis-
ta sobre Berln, en marzo pasado, se han formado muchas amis-
tades, por correspondencia, entre las madre* de loa jvenes y jas
mujeres del sector occidental. La* primera* imploran a las se-
gundas no solo que atiendan en lo posible a los muchachos, sino
que procuren retenerlos en el sector occidental para que no re-
gresen a sus hogares.
No por falta de afecto, naturalmente, sino para salvarles de
los comunistas. Los alemanes del sector oriental esta dispues-
ta .!.. hi. os no so, a h.acer el teniendo sacrificio de entregar a sus hl-
;; r \V J0S' *ino lambien " 'os riesgos de la vnganla rusa, cuan-
o comit jo se descubra la maniobra.
WASHINGTON, julio 2.
'UBIS). 'Los Estados Toldos
han pedido al rgimen comu-
reo oue V/omi e Sna" Cuando los ru:.o8 de jvenes lleguen I sector occidental,
desgrcia nara el^artiSo De- muehoS -C d,r",rn directamente a determinadas asas. De ella
i/ado de pies a besa 2* "WS Que.?u ?">? " e sector occidental puede
"B| Comit Nacional Repu-
blicano siempre est de pie
dndole municiones a los Re-
publicanos en el Congreso pa-
ra que la usen contra los de-
mcratas. Pero qu ha hecho
Bill Boy y su gente por nos-
otros? La respuesta es nada".
El gobierno alemn
eseo rs arrestar esia cnai ,. .
in que una sola ciudad nor- ODOVOrQ el DG\QCi
ivi morir i ii-.i pa hnmharle \. '.
PROPINAS DE GABRIELSON
"Muchos demcratas estn
enojados por la investigacin
sobre la Corporacin de Fi-
nanciamiento y Reconstruc-
cin, ero es constructivo que
el publico conozca ambos la-
dos de 4a controversia", dijo
Truman. "Cualquier otra co-
sa no conducira a nada. Yo
me propuse reorganizar el
RFC hace algn tiempo, pero
obtuve muy poca cooperacin
o aliento del Congreso".
Entonces mir al Congre-
sista Hays de Ohio y dijo:
"He obtenido una ayuda muy
importante de usted. Su dis-
curso sobre las enormes pro-
pinas que reciba Guy Ga-
brielson (Presidente Nacional
Republicano) por conseguir
prestamos del RFC para la
provocar la ejecucin de sus padres, se decidirn a regresar.
Una mujer occidental, que tuvo en so casa a un muchacho
comunista durante varias semanas despus de la "marcha" de
innrzo, nos dijo:
"Me parta el corazn or a este nio, de apenas catorce
anos, hablar cada noche acerca de sus padres, y del peligro que
corran por su permanencia en el sector occidental. Por fin no
se atrevi a continuar aqui y regres a su casa. No he vuelto a
tener noticias ni de l ni de sus padres desde entonces",
La correspondencia entre los sectores oriental y occidental
monta a un verdadero movimiento de resistencia clandestino,
operado por las madres de muchachos que las autoridades co-
munistas han forzado a formar parte de sus organizaciones ju-
veniles.
Este movimiento es patticamente pequeo, pero representa
uno de los casos ms emocionantes de sacrificio de parte de las
madre: desprenderse de sus hijos.
BONN, Julio 28 (UP)El '< cPces de soportar el dolor ms hondo para el corazn de una
Canciller Honrado Adenauer a-in,,d,re: desprenderse de ssu hijos.
nuncio que su Gobierno apo- | La* ">uJere alemanas del sector occidental estn dispuestas,
yar el pedido aliado para el Pr su. Par'e- a hacer todo lo posible por recibir t atender a es-
rearme de Alemania Occidental I tos nmos, que son la esperanza de la nueva Alemania.
pero dejando la decisin final
por cuenta de la Cmara Baja
o Bundestag.
En el curso de un reporta-
je que le hiciera la Radio II-
versum (de Holanda). Adenauer
declar que "si la comunidad
de las naciones libres y espe-
cialmente los patees Interesados
en la defensa de Europa estn
convencidos de q' Alemania de-
be contribuir a esa defensa, el
Gobierno Federal no pondr ob-
jeciones a tal pedido y some-
ter este problema extremada-
mente Importante a la consi-
deracin de los representantes
libremente elegidos por el pue-
blo alemn para una decisin
concreta".
Al mismo tiempo el Canciller
manifest que su pas har su
contribucin militar slo de a-
cuerdo y en cooperacin con sus
vecinos occidentales. A este res-
pecto record las palabras del
General Elsenhower de que el
Entrevistado en las oficinas
tic la Administracin de Aero-
nutica Civil, dependencia en-
cargada de este curso, el seor
Rias explic que el sistema de
aeropuertos de los Estados U-
nldos difiere del de Venezuela
en cuanto a la propiedad. El
Gobierno de Venezuela tiene a
su cargo todos los aeropuertos
del pas, mientras en los Es-
tados Unidos el Gobierno solo
maneja el Aeropuerto Naolonal
de Washington, D.C.. y ms de
5.000 aeropuertos son de pro-
piedad de los gobiernos de los
Estados, las municipalidades y
empresas privadas. En ambos
pases la aviacin est contro-
lada por reglamentos civiles.
El curso de estudio que har
el seor Ras comprende todas
las fases de la administracin
de aeropuertos, uso de los .han-
gares, tasas de aterrizaje, fl-
nanciamlento y contabilidad, o-
restableclmiento de la soberana peraciones de las lneas areas.
Es de lo
ms sabroso
y fcil do
proparar!
de Alemania es un requisito ne
cesarlo para la contribucin de
Alemania a la defensa.
Funcionario de
Venezuela hace
estudios en E. U.
WASHINGTON. Julio 1!8 I
(UBIS). Rlnaldo Rias, geren-
te del aeropuerto nacional ve-
nezolano cerca de Caracas, ha
llegado a los Estados Unidos
para iniciar un curso sobre los
mflorins de organizacin y ad-1
ministracin de aeropuertos.
incluyendo las comunicaciones,
manejo de equipajes y servicios
a las aeronaves, mantenimiento
de pistas y obras de aeropuer-
tos.
El adiestramiento se efecta
bajo los auspicios del progra-
ma del Gobierno sobre inter-
cambio educativo con los pases
libres.
Sellos postales de
las N. U. pondrn
a la venta pronto
NACIONES UNIDAS. Julio 26
'UP). Para principios de Oc-
tubre las Naciones Unidas ha-
rn la emisin del primer gru-
po de sellos de correo de su ad-
ministracin postal, los que se-
rn puestos a la venta, tanto
para el uso pdstal como para fi-
nes filatlicos tan pronto se re-
ciban de los impresores.
La totalidad de la emisin se
har en tres grupos con inter-
valos de 3 semanas entre si a-
proxlmadamente. Las de nomi-
naciones para el correo ordina-
rio sern de uno, uno y medio,
dos, tres cinco, diez, quince,
veinte, veinticinco, cincuenta
centavos y un dlar y par el
correo areo, de seis, diez, quin-
ce y 25 centavos.
Los sellos sj vendern a pre-
cio nominal y los coleccionis-
tas podrn obtenerlos comuni-
cndose con: "United Nations
Postal Administration; United
Nations; Nueva York."
De Gasperl forma
su Vil Gabinete
ROMA, Julio 26 (UP) El
Primer Ministro Alclde de Gas-
1 perl present la lista de su sp-
timo Gabinete al Presidente
Lulgl Elnaudl.
Tal como el anterior, el nue-
vo Gabinete est dominado por
elementos del Partido Demcra-
ta Cristiano que dirige el mismo
De Gasperl. aunque probable-
mente Incluye dos a tres re-
publicanos.
Fuentes informadas dijeron
que el ex-Minlstro de Relacio-
nes Exteriores Conde Sforza se-
r) nombrado posiblemente co-
mo vice-Primer Ministro en-
cargada de los asuntos del Con-
sejo Europeo, en tanto que De
Gasperl tomar a su cargo el
de Relaciones Exteriores.
Desde el punto de vista in-
terno, la modificacin ms im-
portante en la estructura del
Gabinete sera la supresin del
Ministerio de Tesoro. La crisis
de. Gobierno fue originada por
la renuncia deLMinistro de Te-
soro, Giuseppe* Pella, quien se
molest por las criticas que hi-
cieron a su poltica financiera
los miembros del ala Izquierda
del Partido Demcrata Cristia-
no. PeHa ser Ministro de Pre-
supuesto con tantos poderes e
influencias como'antes.
Se espera que las dems car-!
teras sean ocupadas por las si-;
guientes personas, todas del'
Partido Demcrata Cristiano:
Mario Scelba, Interior; Ezlo Va-
noni, Hacienda, Ubert Spataro,
Justicia: Salvatore Aldlsio. O-
bras Pblicas; Pietro Campllli,
Industrias; Gennaro Cassianl,
Marina Mercante; Mario Jervo-
llno. Transportes; Giuseppe
Spataro, Telecomunicaciones.
nista de Checoeslovaquia que
nev a cabo una inmediata in-
vestigacin para determinar
quien ha sido culpable de la
muerte de un polica aduane-
ro alemn en la zona de Esta-
dos Unidos en Alemania cerca
de la frontera checa el 3 de
Julio.
La peticin est contenida' en
nota enviada a la canellleria
checa, en Praga el da 17, y pu-
blicada el jueves.
La nota explica que el guar-
da alemn le muerto dentro
de la zona americana de Ale-
mania por disparos hechos des-
de el territorio checoeslovaco.
El polica alemn era miem-
bro de una patrulla que aca-
baba de interceptar a un in-
dividuo que trat de penetrar
en la zona americana.
"El individuo que llegalmen-
te trat de cruzar la. frontera
hizo un disparo contra el guar-
da alemn, pero no hizo blan-
co y luego huy hacia Checoes-
lovaquia", dice la nota.
"Inmediatamente despus se
hizo una descarga contra el
guarda alemn desde el terri-
torio checo. El agente de la
polica alemn fue muerto. Se
determin luego que el proyec-
til que le dio muerte haba sido
disparado por una pistola che-
ca.
La nota recuerda tambin a
la cancillera checa" que sta
no ha dado respuesta a soli-
citudes anteriores de informa-
cin sobre otras violaciones
fronterizas y que no ha dado
seguridades de que estos actos
no habran de repetirse- en el
futuro.
La Embajada ha manifestad
al Ministerio de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de Checoeslovaquia que
espera que el gobierno de ese
pas "muestre, al atender los ln
formes sobre violaciones, del
personal checo en la zona ame-
ricana' de Alemania, la misma
diligencia demostrada constan-
temente por las autoridades -
merlcanas con respecto a repre-
sentaciones hechas por el go-
bierno 'checo".
i i i
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JUEVES, JULIO J, mi
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDICFENIHENT

PAGINA TRBf
Inglaterra considera oferta
de Irn como "un paso hacia
adelante" para el arreglo
Considrase que las negociaciones deben iniciarse
antes de que se afecte la moral del pueblo
Posible sucesor
de Sherman
TEHERAN.juliO 26. (UP).
Un funcionario de la Juma, de
Nacionalizacin de Irn pill
urgentemente que las conversa-
nones Anglo-Iranlas sobre la
crisis petrolera sean reanudas
lo mas pronto posible antes nie
la moral de Irn caig". tanto
que stas sean imposible.
Kasem Hasslbl. representante
del Ministerio de Hacienda en
U Junta de Nacionalizacin, ci-
Jc que Irn ha accedido a i.v.e
los representantes del Gobier-
no britnico vengan a Tehoi'n
para reanudar las negociacio-
nes, siempre y cuando repres'.'-
' ten a la Anglo-Iranlan 011 Cor
y no al Gobierno Laborista.
Anteriormente los iranios na-
bian rehusado tratar con miem-
bro alguno del Gobierno brit-
nico, alegando que la disyuta
es estrictamente un asunto in-
terno de Irn.
Bata concesin de Irn es re-
bultado de la visita de W. Av.-
:ell Harrlman, enviado especial
uel Presidente Truman para
Untar de arreglar la oiaputa re-
trolera.
Un portavoz de la Embajada
britnica describi la oferta I-
rania como "un paso hacia u-
delante". sin emoargo, Haaoibl
hizo ver claramente que irn
no echar un paso atrs en la
nacionalizacin del peirolec
Hasslbl dijo en sus declara-
ciones a la prensa que "las con
versaciones deben iniciarte
cuanto antes, pues no hay tiem-
po que perder ya que cualquier
ctmura afectara la moral del
pueblo y conducira a un to'al
rompimiento que evitara cual-
quier negociacin futura".
Tambin dijo que la "Natio-
nal Iranian Oil Co." sucesoic
de la Anglo Iranian no qultre
vender sus productos a un aovo
comprador. Fuentes informau-i?
dicen que Irn no se opondr a
la formacin de una nueva :om
paia internacional para distri-
buir el petrleo de Irn.
/SS>
FILETES
BIRDS EYE
Parecen acabaditos de peacarl
Son riquiimoi y econmicos.
Nueve millones de hombres Dirigentes obreros exilados
sobre las armas listos al
ataque mantienen los rusos
Vienen sin cabezas, colas o des-
perdicios, listos para cocinar.
La prensa de E. U.
apoya a Acheson
en lo de Corea
WASHINGTON, julio 26.
Los peridicos y radio comer:t-
deres de los Estados Unido., es-
tn respaldando con firmeza la
declaracin hecha por el de-
cretarlo de Estado. Dean Acht-
ion, en el sentido de que si ha
de existir un armisticio electi-
vo en Corea es preciso que ";.xi-
:nanezca una fuerza de las Na-
ciones Unidas en Corea btt9
tanto se "naya establecido te-
rnemente la paz all, y el piub'.o
coreano tenga la seguridad d?
que pueda forjar su propio fv-
uro libre del temor de a-,
giesln".
Acheson hizo esta declaracim
ti jueves despus de que los de-
legados comunistas en las dis-
cusiones de Kaesong sobre el
?rmlsticlo plantearon la cueF-
Usted paga, solamente por lo
que va a cocinar y a servir.
tln del retiro de las fuerzas dedoeliberaclones sobre
El Almirante Robert B Car-
ney, Comandante de las
Fuerzas Navales de Estados
Unidos en el Atlntico y el
Mediterrneo, ha sido men-
cionado como posible sucesor
del Almirante Forrest P. Sher-
man, quien muri en aples
el Domingo. Carney estuvo en
la cabecera de Sherman cuan-
do ste muri.
Vuelos diarios de
lurismo tiene la
"PAA" hasta Miami
La Pan American World Air-
ways ha comenzado a. rei.dlr
servicio diario de turismo cc.tre
Panam y Miami, habiendo a-
adldo un sptimo vuelo sema-
nal a los horarios de la ruta.
El nuevo vuelo llegar a Pa-
nam los mircoles y partir
con destino a Miami los Juexei.
El presente aumento es e ter
cero que ha tenido que efectuar
,a PAA desde el lo. de mayo
ara responder a la fuerte la*-
manda de pasajes registrada so-
bra la importante ruta.
De acuerdo con los nuevos
1 orarlos, cinco de los vuelos se-
rn realizados en forma dlivc-
ta- Los dos restantes harn es-
cala en Camage', Cuba y
Kingston, Jamaica._________
relacin con el armisticio.
Los delegados comunistas pi-
dieron una demora, de cuatro
das en las conversaciones de
Kaesong. Los delegados de 'tas
dos partes deben reunirse nue-
vamente el mircoles, fecha ue
Corea. Las actuales con ver ar-
ciones se refieren al temarlo
ffue ha de adoptarse para las
el armls-
DETROIT, Julio 26. (UP).El
Secretarlo Dean Acheson deca-
te que los comunistas tienen
nueve millones de hombrea so-
bre las armas, respaldados por
.'u.000 aviones soviticos de pri-
mera linea y advirti que "es-
tamos enun gran peligro n.?.-
yor quizs que lo que mutilas
norteamericanos se percata.-, a-
hora'.
Su severo anvllsls de la po-
tencia militar comunista fo.'.u
parte de su discurso pronuncia-
do en las ceremonias conmemo-
rando el 250o. aniversario de la
fundacin de Detroit, centro de
'e campaa de movilizacin i.-
conal.
Acheson dijo que la camp-a
t paz comunista en Corea pue-
de ser una "trampa" gigantes-
ca para hacer que Estados Uni-
dos aminore su esfuerzo de de-
fensa pero agreg que ste P^is
no desistir de sus propi.tos
de crear una fuerza decisiva en
Europa y Estados Unidos ade-
ms de crear otros baluartps
defensivos en Asia, y el Medio
Oriente porque sos pases f J-j
Latinoamericanos son los r-.'-
dos naturales de Estados Uni-
os-
El Secretario repiti y subra-
y las declaraciones del Pres1-
dente Truman en su ltimo
mensaje semestral econmico al
Congreso de que es posible le
ste pas tenga que aumen.r>r
sus objetivos de movilizacin
hasta poner tres millones y lie-
dlo de hombres sobre las armas.
Al parecer los ms altos l.n
clonarios norteamericanos estn
preparando al pueblo para a-
junciar en breve una amplia-
cin notable en el programa de
atfensa haya o no tregua en
Corea.
Ya algunos militares han ha-
blado de aumentar la fuerza
area a 150 escuadrillas en vez
de 95 y de agregar otras tes
uivisiones a la Guardia
(icnal.
Ns-
Jefe Interino de
la Armada de E. U.
condenan sistema de trabajo
forzado que impera en Rusia
PARIS, julio 26. (USIS). El, Los exilados y refugiados b*D
tercer Congreso de los Sindica- exigido la Independencia de sus
declaran que tienen el apoyo t la Confederacin Internacional
ce Sindicatos Obreros Libres tic l
ai exigir la restauracin de tal
derechos del trabajador y la U f
rnlnacln de la colectividad for-
zada de los campesinos.
.as Naciones Unidas de Corea en
ticlo.

FELIX

SUCURSAL EN AVE. TIVOLI
VENTA 4o. ANIVERSARIO
MARTES 31 de Julio
Han muerto ms de
254 mil nipones en
regiones de Siberia
TOKIO. Julio 26. (UP). El
Gobierno Japons denunci M''e
254 mil Japoneses han muerto
en los campos de concentracin
de Rusia y apel a las Nacr:-
r.es Unidas para que interven-
gan a fin de salvar a 77 mil so-
brevivientes que se sabe estn
en manos comunistas y otros 29
mil cuyo destino se desconoce
Un libro blanco publicado por
el Gobierno del Japn le p'.d*
a las Naciones Unidas que se o-
cupen del asunto por segun-n
vez en su prxima sesin de la
Asamblea General en Parl en
Septiembre prximo.
La asociacin de familias con
parientes en Siberia tuvo iva
convencin en Yokohama e
martes y resolvi declararse en
melga de hambre. Los 900 del i-
.ados que asistieron a la con-
vencin aprobaron la medida
por unanimidad.
los Libres en exilio ha declara-
do que el mundo libre debe man
tener viva la llama de la espe-
ranza de aquellos que "luchan
contra el terror y la esclavitud
n Rusia y sus satlites".
Los exdirigentes de movimien-
tos obreros en los pases ',ue
iioy estn detrs de la Corlii.a
e Hierro se han unido en la
acusacin al Kremlin de explo-
tar a los pases de Europa Cen-
tral y Oriental para beneficio
ue la economa sovitica. La re;
:iin ha denunciado asimismo
la poltica obrera de todos lo
satlites como reaccionaria.
Debido a la repentina muer-
te del Almirante Sherman,
Jefe del Estado Mayor Naval
de Estados Unidos, el Depar-
tamento de Defensa nombr
interinamente en reemplazo
de ste al Vire-Almirante L.
D. McCormick, quien ocupaba
el cargo de Sub-Jefe de Ope-
raciones Navales.
ECZEMA
Por mucho que sea 1 tiempo qui
t haya eatado mirlando pleaan a
causa de ectima u otraa erupciones,
la primera apltraci6n del altamente
sanativo unaento Kosene har
rasar la tarribla plcason y malestar.
y despus .le pocos dlaa da untara*
el ungento deaaparacern la arup*
clon y la aupuraolOn y la pial que-
dar sana, limpia y taraa. Durante
muchos altos ef uafflento Koaene ha
proporcionado bienestar a millar
que sufran da llaga rebeldes ba-
rro, eciema y otraa erupciones d
la pial. Lo Ingredientes da eate re-
medio aon altamente sanatlroa y cal-
mante y nunca dejan de producir
u buen feo to. D venta en toda*
su farmacias.
tierras nativas hoy da bajo el
yugo sovitico.
En resoluciones adoptadas en
eunin de tres dias que te.ni-
ne el 18 de Julio, los dirigentes
obreros exilados denunciaron el
olstema sovitico de trabajo for
zado y colectivizacin de .as
granjas, introducido por los ste-
ilnistas. Declaran que los reg-
menes tteres del Soviet han a-
bolido el sindicalismo libre y los
derechos de los trabajadort-j y
han subordinado los intetvse
ce su pais y de los obreros al
imperialismo sovitico.
Aseguran a sus colegas tra-
bajadores hoy dia sometidos, la
simpata y comprensin que por
e.los siente el mundo Ubre, y
I
Sonriente! As ve siempre al no-
ne que est protegido contra irrita-
cionei de la piel, con
Talco Johnson. Espe-
cial para nios. Puro,
uave, refrescante.
lUselo usted tam-
bin! i Le encantar!
run
Llamado Bidault
a formar Gbno.
PARIS, Julio 28. (UP). El
Piesldenta Vincent Atiriol llamo
a Georges Bidaul, del Movi-
miento Republicano Popuiur
icatlicoi y quien ocup.el u*?-
30 de Ministro de Relacione;-
Exteriores en varios Gabinetes
nc la postguerra, para que sa-
que a Francia de la prolongada
crisis gubernamental que ha de-
bilitado su posicin Interna-
cional, (
El Presidente Auriol llamo al
veterano espeoiallsta en asun-
tos extranjeros y le ofreci la
tarea de tratar de formar un
-.uevo Gobierno- Bidault JIJO
que contestara sta noche.
El radical socialista Rene Mk-
yer no pudo formar un- Gabi-
nete de coalicin ya que la A-
samblea lo rechaz por una a-
brumadora mayoria.
Los diputados del Movimiento
Republicano Popular dijeron
que no apoyaran a ningn fre-
r.iler que solayara el arreglo e
la disputa sobre la ayuda de)
Estado a las escuelas catlicas
Nuevo descubrimiento en productos de cera hace posible PRIDE


OB Sus muebles y adornos de madera ob-
tienen el brillo ms esplndido y duradero
que usted ha viato-con PRIDE Johnson'.
Basta con extenderlo y dejarlo secar, pasn-
dole luego un pao ligeramente. Eso es todo!
Eate lquido que fluye fcilmente del frasco, deja un acabado
de cera bellsimo. Y no tiene aceites, a los que se les pega el
polvo. El mismo descubrimiento en productos de cera que dio
lugar al maravilloso CAR-SOL Johnaon's hizo posible PRIDE.
Econmico. Un fraseo encera el mobiliario completo de una
cas corriente. Compre PRIDE hoy mismo.
PRIDE Johnson's
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-,
X PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO 1NDEPKNDIINTB r JUEVES. JULIO U, 1HI
f-T^7# .# foillA
nf-ci o n. ^o"ni
La Legislativa respalda proyecto Sanitario
i

- CRUCIGRAMA -
La *PAA' coopera con Panam
t-
HORIZONTALES:
1Ciudad de Espaa.
Terror, miedo comn, Pl.
13Remuvelo con el arado.
16Orasa de ciertos animales.
16Agarraderas.
17Articulo, Pl.
18Dementes.
20Del verbo pasar.
IIBaile tpico cubano.
13Tercer hijo de Adn y Eva.
14Alimento lundamenlal.
15 Agrupacin Liberal Espao-
la. Abv.
MPatos.
28Repetido, ser querido.
(0Relativo a la casa.
32Naturales de Irn.
24Preposicin inseparable.
25Veneno, txico.
17poca, periodo de tiempo.
28Cabeza de ganado.
29Preposicin.
40Una pareja.
43Lado de un tringulo
rectngulo.
45Existir
46Orado militar.
47Autillos.
10Informar.
Denncianse unas
deficiencias en
servicio pblico
LA PALMA, Julio 26 (Cones-
ponsal Especial >. Desde hace
varios dias, este importante Co-
rregimiento del Distrito Capital
de la Provincia de Los Santos,
se encuentra sin luz, no obstan-
te haberse instalado una nueva
planta elctrica. Esta deficien-
cia se debe, hasta donde este
Corresponsal se ha enterado, a
descuido del nuevo operador, ya
que la mquina en si fue revi-
sada por los mecnicos que la
instalaron y quienes manifes-
taron que sta se encontraba en
perfectas condiciones.
Corremos traslado a la perso-
na o entidad encargada de las
plantas elctricas, para que to-
men medidas y se corrija esta
anomala que es perjudicial pa-
ra los intereses Unto de la co-
munidad palmea como para el
erario pblico.
52Amarrado.
53Por semanas.
54Libro de la misa.
VERTICALES:
1Fluido aeriforme.
2Marchare.
3Materia que sirve para
fregar o asear, Pl.
4Sensation del olfato.
5Negacin.
6Moneda espaola.
7Extremidades de las aves.
8Hoja purgante, Inv.
9Cuatro, en nmeros roma-
nos.
10Traspasan el agua.
11Composiciones poticas.
12Desabrido.
16Capital europea.
19Plantas de flores rojas.
20Uva seca.
21Extrae.
22Clase de tela.
24Hueso del cuerpo humano.
27Nmero de un solo guarismo
2f,-Reside. habita.
29Cocinar en seco.
31Fluido imponderable.
33Sobrinos.
36Nombre de mujer.
38Ver. Inv.
41Cocinas en seco.
42De poca importancia.
43Rostros.
44Ave cubana de plumaje
no aro.
46Perro.
48Composicin potica.
49Nota musical.
51Sociedad Annima.
52Por la maana. AbV.
SOLUCIN DE AXHR
tiLLEL LLL Ll
nnnnn rcnnnrnn
nrann nnn rannn
En un gesto de cooperacin con el Gobierno, la Pan-American
World Airways paso a disposicin de ste un avin C-46 pan
transportar 290 quintales dr arre* procedentes de Costa Rica,
la anterior fotografa nos maestra cuando el precioso grano,
plato principal en la dieta de nuestras masas populares, era
descargado de Tocumen por einpleados de la Pan-American.
El Gobierno ha hecho gestiones en Costa Rica y Ecuador para
conseguir arroz a fin de aliviar la situacin provocada por la
escases de este grano.
Acusan a un maestro de querer hacer
poltica con problema de educacin
ANTON, Julio 23 (Especial)
Oran sorpresa ha causado la
actitud del maestro Cantillo,
quien se dice Secretario Oenc-
:al de una Asociacin que no t-
xlste, al pretender a'nora dictar
normas de reformas del rciuel-
to que reglamenta la ley donde
se cre la Comisin del Escali-
fn y quien aspira a un pueoto
en ese organismo.
Cantillo cuando se discuti la
ley que modificaba la Orgnica
de Educacin, no realiz labor
oe ninguna clase en beneficio
de esta reforma, jams se le vio
por la Asamblea, ni puso su
"sociedad" a la defensa de les
intereses del Magisterio en esa
ocasin como lo hizo el Magis-
terio Panameo Unido.
Ahora quiere tornar en cam-
paa poltica un problema de
tantas importancia para el Ma-
gisterio Nacional como es te,
bien para obstaculizar la rega-
mentacin y servir asi a los e-
nemigos de la Educacin o bien
r.ara pescar en rio revuelto- Fe-
lizmente ya todo el Magisterio
panameo lo conoce muy bien.
Rifados 3 toros
entre proveedores
de la Ca. Nestl
RIO GRAND, Julio 26 (Co-
rresponsal). Con asistencia
gran nmero proveedores de le-
che a la Fbrica Nestl, se e-
fectu el domingo la rifa de
tres hermosos toros Jvenes de
las renombradas haciendas del
doctor Estver, hermanos Chla-
ri y, de don Jorge Araz. Es-
tos sementales estuvieron ex-
puestos en los patios de la f-
brica en donde fueron vistos
por los concurrantes. Fueron fa-
vorecidos por la suerte los se-
ores Vicente Ros de Chltr,
Eugenio Jan de Antn y Gre-
gorio Navas, humilde ganadero
y pequeo agricultor del Corre-
gimiento de Cocl.
En los presentes, especial-
mente entre chltreanos y sari-
teos laboriosos labradores de
la tierra y quienes en tiempo
de sequa extraen l agua del
fondo de la misma a pico y
pala para darle vida a sus
siembras y animales y que re-
presentan mayora en cuanto a
produccin de leche, se notaba
optimismo por el halageo y
estable, porvenir de esta im-
portante empresa.
Cada cual siente intimo cari-
o por esta institucin como si
fuera algo propio. Atenciones
especiales prodig a los invita-
dos el gerente Sr. Negul y su
seora esposa; don Virgilio
Senz, alto empleado de la f-
brica y otros compaeros de
trabajo.
Es visible el bienestar econ-
mico que ha influido en el
progreso cultural de las regio-
nes que en una forma u otra
reciben beneficios de esta im-
portante institucin.
Respaldan nmina
del % P. U." los
maestros de Antn
El Magisterio Panameo Uni-
do, Capitulo de Antn, respal-
da la nmina escogida por la
Asociacin, ya que los miem-
bros que la integran son maes-
tros que siempre se han preocu-
pado por la suerte de sus com-
paeros y han demostrado con-
diciones de serenidad, firmeza,
estudio y lealtad despertando
confianza y simpata entre sus
colegas.
Se augura un xito rotundo
de nuestras candidates en las
elecciones que se verificarn el
27 del presente, debido a la or-
ganizacin y disciplina que rei-
na entre los maestros asocia-
dos de este captulo y, al reco-
nocimiento de los no asociados
por la actuacin desplegada por
ios miembros del Magisterio
Panameo unido, en defensa de
la Ley Orgnica de Educacin y
en todos lot movimientos rei-
vindicadores del pas. Aqu sa-
bemos apreciar la lucha cons-
tante y tenaz del Magisterio
Panameo Unido, por el bien
del nio, del maestro y de la
escuela panamea.
Mastro panameo: Recuerda
que de esta comisin que te to-
ca elegir el viernes prximo,
depender la tranquilidad futu-
sa del Magisterio Nacional.
Antn; julio 27 de 1951.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
niH nun nnPFr
Porsu
no tiene rival!
ILo NEURALGIA me mataba!
Pero come un tableta de
ANACIN ... qu alivio
t los pocos ilutantes!...
Gradas a tm mart ingrediente
- quinina- ANACIN
no slo alivia los dolores,
sino que reanima acaba
con el malestar. Por tu
'coarto ingrediente especial,
que complements y refuerza
la accin de los otros tras,
ANACIN es uo analgsico
diferente. No lo olvide:
contra neuralgias, AN ACINI
NO ES NECESARIO
DISOLVERLO EN AGUA
ANTES DE TOMARLO
cidos en
el estmago
Milu di pirionu Mfrultdu
?lr,n " ">*"< hlporleaa, at-
tomaca atrio y otra* lororaosi-
dades oatomaralfa q producen 1
*rao da icldn
SI Man personas oiobaran te-
mar lnuammt, deaputa da cada,
comida, madio raoo da agun oo-
U*ni,"_'lli"ll*n'10 un* <""chardlta,
da NBTRACID, podran an Bol
poco Hampo comtr comida* uo-
ataneloaaa aln lamor a loa amto-
maa da :a Indiaootic-n acida.
dii raid da ama callanta
,0J?*JJn,,0 un cucharadlta da
NELTRACID pron laman tr ayu-
SV autrufiar aata Oxceao da
trido, ayudando en ata forma
una ma rpida flla-aatln. Halad
obtendr rpido llrlo do 10 fuarta
P"io> y *l malaatar oMomacal
O* I* atormenta.
NEl'TRACID no oa un laiantr
aa muy agradable al saladar y
pueda obtenerao aa oualajnlor far-
macia.
Se formar una
Federacin de
Soc Darienitas
La sociedad Alianza Gara-
chineha que lucha por el ade-
lanto del pueblo de Oarachln
en especial y la regln darle-
nlta en general est interesa-
da en la formacin de la Pede-
racin de Sociedades Darieni-
tas. Con tal fin se efectuar
una reunin con representa-
cin de las Sociedades Jaqu
Unido, Jaqu Progresista, Cen-
tinelas del Turra, Tucuti n
Marcha, etc. para echar las
bases para la Federacin de
Sociedades Darienitas. Allan-
?a Oarachinea tiene tres aos
de venir, funcionando y ya se
palpan los beneficios que ha
dado al pueblo de Oarachln.
Actualmente est Interesada en
la pavimentacin de la Calle de
las Mercedes, hecho que est
iniciando con la cooperacin de-
cidida de elementos progresis-
tas del lugar. Adems est ges-
tionando el material necesario
para el acondicionamiento de
un campo de aterrizaje que
tanto bien hara a dicha co-
munidad. El Presidente don
Toms Rudas P.. est optimis-
ta en el desarrollo de todas es-
tas iniciativas que representan
sus realizaciones de progreso
efectivo.
RINSO i*"
AY0R BLANCURA
Lavado
ms rpido l
ms fcill
* ce***
fmhe* y moU$H>
T All HAS 01
ANACIN
MAJO SCG1STIAB
I CALMAHT DKKfNTl OU AL OCHO* U
x-y
i
M/iil'i^g
Se abrir pronto
La Posada de Oc
La Unin Cvica Ocuefia a-
cord en sesin celebrada en
das pasados celebrar una con-
centracin en Oc, a la cuai a-
latirn como invitados de ho-
nor distinguidas personalidades
de de presente Administracin
cen el fin de trazar plan -s pa-
ra terminar la dos ms impor-
tantes obras que estn en cons-
truccin en aquella comunidad:
El Hospital y La Posada Ce
Turismo.
La Unin Cvica Ocuea la*
orma ademas que muy pronto
lanzar a la venta un libro, cu-
yo producto integro ser para
contribuir a la terminacin de
la Posada. El mencionado obre
constituir una Informacin
completa sobre nuestras mas va
nadas riquezas vernaculares.
Tambin se manifest en la
reunin que la Posada que per-
manece cerrada desde hace al-
gunos meses, ser reabierta pr-
ximamente.
Con el fin de finalizar deta-
lles en cuanto a la edicin del
libro y sobre la concentracin
que ha de efectuarse el 4 de A-
gosto se cit para una reunion
extraordinaria el viernes 27 de
Julio en la Escuela Nicols Pa-
checo a las 8 p.m.
Se crearn cuatro brigadas
mviles ms tres Unidades
Sanitarias en todo el pas
Las Brigadas Mviles Preventivo-Curativas opera-
rn en Chiriqu, Los Santos, Cocl, Veraguas y Pnt.
Un redactor de "II Panam
Amrica" se inform en fuen-
tes de la Comisin Legislativa
Permanente, que el proyecta de
crear las Unidades Sanitarias de
Bocas del Toro, Rio Abajo y 8o-
n y las cuatro Brigadas Mo-
vibles Preventivo-Curativas pa-
ra Chlr.eu Oriente, Les San-
tos, Cocl, Veraguas y Panaaaa
(Tranaistmiea a islas cercanas),
haba recibido el vote favora-
ble de la Comisin.
Nuestro informante dijo que
los legisladores hablan llega-
do a la conclusin de coincidir
con los tcnicos sanitarios en
su esfuerzo por desarrollar una
verdadera organizacin eanlta-
Detenciones en masa
por el asesinato de
Abdullah en Jordania
BEIRUT, Julio "26 (UP)An
cuando prevalece gran tensin
en toda Jordania, el dia de a-
yer transcurri sin ms inciden-
tes que algunos menores en que
los Transjordanos apedrearon a
los rabes Palestinos.
Los transjordanos culpan del
asesinato del Rey Abdullah a los
rabes Palestinos ya que el au-
tor del mismo perteneca al
grupo creado en 19*8 por Hous-
senl, quien puso, a su frente a
Abdul Kadlr Elhoussei. muerto
en combate durante la guerra
Palestina.
Segn informes de Jerusaln,
ha han efectuado cerca de 300
detenciones, principalmente en-
tre la gente dei grupo Houssenl.
Se dice que se ha encontrado
en una mezquita como doce gra-
nadas de mano, lo cual se toma
como indicio de que el regicidio
fu planeado y no espontneo.
Entre los detenidos se encuen-
tra Anwar El Kateb. Ministro
de Comercio que renunci el
15 de Julio.
Las Investigaciones del regi-
cidio, an cuando ae mantie-
nen secretas, han revelado que
ciertos clrigos musulmanes son
responsables como instigadores,
pues concedieron el "fatwa"
(absolucin) en el sentido de
que el matador del traidor se-
ria favorito de Al.
CUANDO EL SOL QUEMA
HOSE
UENZA
CALOR
EXSANA
Polvo Calmante, Refrescante y Desodorante
INDICACIONISi
a Siipi.1 '
O InrlKlaaaa SS la nial
O Raiadu'aa y acaiaaowraa
O Maumarraa
O Saramp *
O ficaUaaVa a. paal
O Swdpr aicaai**
O Mal al al toara*
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I Ropa blanca de mayor blancura I
Ropo de color de colora ms
vivos!
fcilmente tu tin net al emplear
Rinso. Su rica fofiuma embebe y
hoce desaparecer U suciedad de
manera completa, rpida y suave.
El lavado es tambin mis fcil y
ms rpido cuando te ssnplao Rumo.
Quedar rrurravillids con lot result-
ados obtenidos.
RINSO para
todo su /avado
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para lavar
pltae
liml
mjuinu
de lavar
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de lo"**
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MEXSAN
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La CREMA BALSMICA MEXSAKA aa n
prodaeto auparlo! para I amballaciatlaato ala
la tas. aaaaaduraa sal aol, aaaalaaaaraa. ata.
Boa aasa aaa avoltrplaa, pisado ana araaaa favorita aja
laa kanaraa. atajaran j altas.
mulatto anana tasto t> moni ai na anana anana ao
BOCAS.
Has la CHEMA BALSMICA MEISASA nado
al J-alr. MEXtANA.
MEXSANA gaowo
ra en el pas y a fin de qu*
las Unidades y los distintos ser-
vicios no carezcan de nada, se
hablan aprobado las partidas
para el Almacn de Salud P*
bllca.
Como se sabe, el proyecto
presentado por Salud Pblica
es verdaderamente revoluciona-
rlo. Esta noticia, que ha reci-
bido calurosos aplausos del in-
terior de la Repblica, cuenta
con el respaldo de todo el pas.
Segn pudimos informarnos, la,
Brigada Movible de Chiriqu C-
rlente actuar principalmente
en el rea de San Lorenzo, Hor-
concltos y otros puntos chiri-
canos hasta David y Remedios.
La de Loe Santos que actuar
con base en Ouarar se ex-
tender por toda la zona na
atendida de esa provincia. La
de Cocl actuar con base en
Penonom, Incluyendo todos loa
puntos no atendidos hasta ve-
raguas. La de Panam con ba-
se en Rio Abajo s extender
hasta la Provincia de Coln y
todas las Islas del Golfo
Incluir tambin la Provincia
dei Darin.
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PAGINA CIRCO
Informe* para esta seccin se reciben en la
Keaaccin Social
da EL PANAMA-AMERICA
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La tato capta 1 instante en que la Presidenta del Club de Espesas de Periodistas, Dona Ma-
tilde Real de Gonsles, coloca un "corsage" en el pecho de la seora Betty Dempsey duran-
te el acto que turo lufar anoche en "La Masa" con motlro del traslado del seor J. Demp-
sey, Jefe del Departamento de Relaciones Pbl teas de la Embalad* de tos Estados Unidos. *
Recepcin
S.E. e' Embajador del Per y
Decano del Cuerpo Diplomti-
co, seor Emilio rtiz de Ze-
vallas y seora Maria T. de Or-
tiz de Zevallos han enviado In-
vitaciones para una recepcin
que ofrecern el sbado 3d del
presente, de 11 a.m. a 1 p.m.
en su residencia, con motivo
del aniversario de la Indepen-
dencia del Per.
Almuerzo del c.l.M.
El Club Interamericano de
Mujeres, tendr el mircoles 8
de Agosto, un almuerzo en el
Club de Golf. Las reservaciones
pueden hacerse llamando a la
seora Elisa Maria E. de Heur-
temalte al telfono 3-05M en
Panam o a la seora M. Z.
Stephens en Curund. 2124. Las
personas interesadas en Jugar
cartas despus del almuerzo
deben llevar sus propias bara-
jas.
| u otra brindaron su coopera-
cin y al pblico en general,
-por ei xito obtenido.
De la Guardera Infantil
El Comit Pro Guardera In-
fantil del Club Interamericano
de Mujeres agradece por este
medio a todas las personas que
tomaron pAVK^en la fundn
eme se efectu el martes en el
Teatro Bella Vista, a todas las
personas que de una manera
Comida en El Panam
El seftoi Rodolfo Moreno Co-
rrea y seora Maria C. de Mo-
reno ofrecieron anoche una co-
mida en el Hotel El Panam, en
honor del Dr. Fernando centeno
Oell, Fundador de las Escue-
las Especiales en centro Am-
rica, quien se encuentra actual-
mente en nuestra capital.
Padre Luis, de la Capilla del
Carmen de Pasadena, tendr
lugar el domingo a las 3 de la
tarde una reunin muy impor-
tante en la Capilla Catlica de
Fort Kobbe. Se cita por este
medio a todos ios catlicos de
este puesto militar.
Baile de Mamarrachos
El sbado tendr lugar -en el
Club Unin, un Baile de Mama-
rrachos durante el cual se ve-
rificar el segundo escrutinio
para elegir la Reina de los Es-
tudiantes. Se distribuirn pre
mos a los disfraces ms es-
trambticos.
Reunan
La Hermandad Kol Shearith
Israel, tendr maana viernes
a las 4 p.m. en el saln de ac-
tos, una reunin muy impor-
tante, a la cual espera la pun-
tual asistencia de todos sus so-
cios.
Dei CM Catlics de
Fprt Kobbe
Con la asistencia del Revdo.
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Acompaada de sus nios em-
barca hoy para Nueva York pa-
ra luego seguir a Buenos Aires
er, donde nan sido transferidos
por su gobierno, la seora Eli-
zabeth Lang Dempsey,, esposa
del seor Joseph L. Dempsey,
Agregado Cultural de la Emba-
jada de los Estados Unidos. La
despedimos cordlalmente.
Para Centro Amrica
Despedimos atentamente a la
seora Luzmlla de Pinzn, es-
posa de S.E. el Ministro de Pa-
nam en El Salvador, seor Pa-
blo Pinzn, quien sigui hoy
hacia San Salvador por la va
area.
Para Sur Amrica
Sigui ayer hacia Cali en via-
je de negocios el seor Cari
Axel-Jansen. Lo despedimos.
Grato paseo le deseamos al
seor Antonio Sosa C. quien si-
gui hoy hacia Medellin por ia
via area.
Del Ecuador
Saludamos al seor Mario
Guardia quien regres de Quito
en donde se encontraba en via-
je de negocios.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Felicitamos al seor Mario
Castrelln R., y seora Raquel
Oller de Castrelln quienes
cumplen en esta fecha cuatro
aos de casados.
Celebran en esta fecha el
dcimo aniversario de su matri-
monio el seor Rubn Lasso y
seora Olga C. de Lasso. Los
saludamos.
Advenimiento
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Ricardo Vallarlno y
seora Julita P. de Vallarlno,
por el feliz arribo de un varon-
cito. ocurrido en la Clnica San
Fernando.
Enfermos
Se encuentra sometida a tra-
miento mdico en la Clnica
San Fernando la seora Bri-
seida S. de Mndez. Ojal me-
jore pronto.
Pronto restablecimiento !e
deseamos a la nia Ruth Phl-
lllphs Collazos quien se encuen-
tra recluida en la Clnica San
Fernando.
Para ser cada da ms bonita...
confe en
1. LIMPIE .u tati*. Si u
piel m roteo, limpiis con I
penetrante Creaaa Limpia-
da** para Colla Seco. 6i ea
cutis ea normal, use Saloa
Cald Crcaas. Y ti ea grat-
lo, la Crema Limpiadora
para Calla
Grasoso.
2. ESTIMULE tu pial.
Loa cuta rutee y normal co-
bran as encantadora apa-
rieada ai ae ertnulau con
LorJda Flor de Asabas-, de
Dorotaj Orar, aplicada
co ligerea palmaditaa.
Para cutis ara*** i
la Lacia. Ca
Porque eeabeilecea mis, ae t
eilraoque alia aeuj.ru amrri-
eanaa osen lai cremas Dorothy
Cray, ma que cualquiera otra
acema da aaioa.
I. I. NADtaO Jr.. S.A
-atADiaiTO-S" -
Poro qua su cutis sao coda da ms
ncontodor... confio an los cientficos
productot Dorothy Groy, croados
ipaciolmento paro sw tipo do
cutis... Cuida su pial guiando
ol sencillsimo Ti
Bsico l-2-a /tosi* Am cjkaaj
3. LUBRIQUE . t-
ido*. El cuta reate e nor-
aaai adquiere aaa juvenil
tersura con la Minara Es-
pecial, que autre loa teji-
do.. F.1 cutii trmtoio necesita
la Crraaa para
tos Tejido..
De Venia ea:
i I. MADURO Jr. a A
"MAnuaiTO"" CaMo
INAUGURACIN DE LA AVENIDA BOLIVAR
Ayer en la maana se llevo a cabo la inauguracin de la nueva Avenida Bolvar en esta
eludad. Asistieron como Invitados especiales los Miembros de la Delegacin Venezolana que vino
*.,u 'nus-uracln ds la estatua Bolivar de Cotn, el Embajador de Venezuela en Panam, los
Miembros del Concejo, el Alcalde de la ciudad y altos empleados del Gobierno. La nueva
Avenida Bolvar comprendo el tramo de la ca rretera transistmlca entre Calla Q y la entrada
de la Barriada de Vista Hermosa.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
8ra. Julieta L. de Zarak
Bra. Marta Estela C. de Valla-
rio.
Sra. Alda V. de Paredes
Sra. Ana Mara de Aorbes
Sra. Ana Evelina A. de Diaz
Sra. Maria Teresa B. de Cas-
tro.
Sra. Ana Mara A. de Conza-
ni.
Sra. Ana C. vda. de Moreno
Sra. Zoila Rosa de Cedeo
Nia Edna de la Guardia Ale-
mn. 4a
Nia Lilia Mayra Conrado
Aloy.
Nio Raymond Paquette Boyd
Nia Marta Teresa Escalan-
te Tovar.
Srta. Aurlstela Mora O.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Luisa C. de Sttefanl
Sra. Gladys M. de St. Malo
Sra. Mara Luisa A. de Tern
Sra. Anita de Henriquez
Sr. Aurelio Palma C.
Joven Luis Prez Gambottl.
Nia Ana Raquel Delvalle
Henriquez.
Nio Ral Delvalle Henriquez
Nio Guillermo Mrquez Ama
do.
Nio jorge Arango Arias
Aniversario de matrimonio
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor don Rafael Halphen
P. y seora Ruth A. de Hal-
phen, quienes celebraron ayer
el aniversario de su matrimo-
nio. .
4
VENTA
4o. ANIVERSARIO
Da. .. MARTES 31 de Julio
Donde.... FELIX
SUCURSAL en AVE. TIVOLI
1. KLl M ai lacha paro y ioao
2. KLIM aa caaierva ala refrigerada*
3. KLIM os lie pre da alidad aalforsaa
4. KLIM o oacalaata otro al alia oa iu cre-
cimiento
5. KLIM oamsnto el valar aatr'tlva a. la*
platos eelaaSes
KLIM si recomienda
pora lo alimentacin infantil
Cuando Ud. vaya a comprar leche para au beb,
lo mejor que puede hacer ea especificar KLIM,
la leche que e< digna de toda confiania.
La leche KLIM es SIEMPRE pura, altamente
nutritiva y ms digestible. Por cao los mdicoe
la recomiendan ... y las madres la prefieren.
7. KLIM os poro y aooara .. eovoiaOo par
OS procedimiento especial
t. KLIM alta .laborada bajo ol OOS .itrlcto
ceatrel
LECHE Z: KLIM
LA PMMftiDA IN TODO IL MUNDO
trae. laui. a Gran surtido de
(cristalera cfr>
ancesa
ara (lU.1.1 OS MA\ AMO
DevM. Pr.v. 4. Cktrtaal
THI riNIST CITITAl M ADI
a Todo el surtido de venta en juegos completos
y en piezas sueltas.
a Puede ir haciendo su juego poco a poco.
'WtMffl Vara (kegah
AVE. TIV
Cumpleaos
EDGAR DEL ESTE EN "EL RABE"
Felicitamos con motivo de su
cumpleaos, al nlito Mario
Guillen Jr.. hijo de don Mario
Guillen, Cnsul General de Pa-
nam en Hong Kong y de doa
Marta A. de Guillen. Mario Jr.
se encuentra con sus padres en
ese importante puerto del O-
rlente, hasta donde le enviamos
nuestros parabienes.
La Asosiacion
la misma al tramitar y resol-
ver los asuntos a su cargo, lo
que afectaba notoriamente los
Intereses de las partes. Consi-
deramos oportuno, adems, ha-
cer notar lo que significara pa-
ra el Tesoro Nacional el soste-
nimiento de dicha Junta si se
restableciera ya que implicara
una fuerte erogacin para el
Estado en momentos en que se
necesita hacer economas. Por
lo tanto, consideramos inopor-
tuno y perjudicial el resta-
blecimiento de la Junta de In-
quilinato.
3Que termine la prctica
actual de los Corregidores de
desobedecer las rdenes de lan-
EL RABE, la romntica novela de Hull, se transmite do
lunes a viernes en la Red Panamericana a las 11:15 de la
maana, escrita por Jos Luis Cereijo. EL RABE, donde so
renen la accin, la intriga y el amor es una creacin do
Edgar del Este.
zamiento concediendo n u e vos no imposibilitado para hace*
plazos, y que no reciban en lo I su pago y se impedira en algo
sucesivo dinero de los inqulli- que el propietario se perjudique
nos ya que ellos no estn fa-! con no recibir el alquiler do
cuitados legalmente para ello. inquilinos que pueden pagar.
Mediante las sugestiones an- Asociacin de Propietarios
terlores, se ayudara al inqulli- de Panama.
SEORAS! SEORITAS! TOMEN ISTO
sana NERVIOSAS
"CIERTOS OAS"
del meo
(U* trastornos funcionales peri-
dicos le hacen sentirse nerviosa.
Intranquila, de mal humor y can-
sada en "esos" dias ? Tome el Com-
puesto Vegetal Lydia E. Pinkham
para aliviar tales sntomas. Sa ha
hecho lanoso por oso.
81 se toma con regularidad el
Compuesto Plnltham contribuye o
una mayor resistencia a tales tras-
tornos. V esta es la clase de medi-
camento qua usted debe dqulrir.
Son miles las mujeres que han de-
clarado que loa beneficia. Moros*
probarse, no cree usted?
TIVOLI No. 16
Curtido compiti dr
Artculos Para Perros
Coliaros
a Cadenas
a Bozales
a Platos para comida
a Peinillas Cepillos
v eran variedad de Juguetes
Gf*
J-^ara Keaatos
Ave. Tivoli No. 16
Tel. Z-3807
"Hay tanta diferencia entre
los Polvos
Faciales"
dice
la Sra.
Dolores Cortina de Toledo
belleza t/iiiiiiliidimi du la
toritdiid nifsicuiia
%
I Lo* polvo* facale* no *oo todo*
iguale! "No se puede ster
cmo lu irn los polvos en el
rostro por el color que tienen en
la caja. Hay lana diferencia en-
tro lo* polvo*!" dice la Sr*. de
Toledo, bella dama de la so-
ciedad de Mxico.
"Pero ahora que he descu-
bierto lo difano* y bello? quo
son lo* Polvos Pond'* y un matis
que me queda tan bien, no tengo
que probar otros polvos."
Siga el consejo de ests bellesa
internacional! Compere Ud. los
Polvos Pond' con los polvos quo
abors usa. Casi del mismo color
en la caja in embargo, vea
cmo lo matice Pond'* lucen
tan diferentes sobre tu tez ,,
tan bello y naturales.
3>OJLVOS FACIALES
Manos de Ensueo
que Hacen
Vibrar Su Corazn
Una vez que use locin
Jergens querr probar
tambin ...
Crama radal Jrim
l.pii labial
Jerfam
Caloniai Jargam
PalvM Jaiaaa.
No hay hombre que resists Is tierns caricia
de unas manos suaves . Las manos de Ud*
embellecidas con Locin Jergens.
Ls suave y exquisita Locin Jergens ds a las manos la
elasticidad y tersura que requieren para ser atractivas.
Aplique Jergens s sus manos, codos, brazos y piernas.
La piel la sbsorve si instsnte sin dejsr tseto pe-
gsjoso o grssoso. Lse Jergens tambin como baso
de los polvos, para proteger Is tes y hscer que
el maquillaje dure fresco ms tiempo. Comience a
usar Locin Jergens hoy mismo. Se sentir y se
hsr I'd. ms atractiva.
i Locin JERGENS
Calara Jrru
AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL, S-A. Apartado 32

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SERVICIO LEWIS
Are TH.li No 4
T,l. MU
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
rqnr da l.aairaa
ranina
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave. 4 . Jalla,
T.l X.M4I
BOTICA CARLTON
At*. Utitaau 1* *W
Tel. SS-Celej.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Cite U Oeete Me. Se.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
f-aUt "H" No. II Panuira
At*. Ceatral i:-l7eCalta.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA: Una empleada, de-
bt dormir en caso. Calle 5a. No.
36 ellos.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SI NECESITA: luana lavanfera
alanchiaaia pita ele* pananas, I
Tan( ala 5 a 7 a.m. Avenido
tafc**. Caa 45._______________|
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ser'i
vicio de ncsa, buen suelde. Cclle i
Colombia No. 20 Apio. 4. Edifi- i
to Urroca.
SE NfiCESITA: Buena cec rura. I
D:be troer referencias-. Si na co-
no-* su oficio no se presente. I
Maff tfico sueldo. Avenida del Pe-
r. No" 75. a'lcr.
S" NCESITA:Smpleada. Calle 491
E. No. 13, edifico "Grecia" ll-
t-i.
li -JECSITA: Una p'onchodora.'
. vtnida Ecuador No. 26.
S- NECESITA:Carguero para des.
con experiencia y buenqs referen-
Cos. Ave. Ecuador Nc. 16.
SE NECESITA:Emplead que 'epa i
t-cbojar, cen buena ;o!jd. Poqui-
to Ingls 'r-.fjono. 1533-A Calle
Mango. Balboa.
SE NECESITA;Empleoda paro ser- j
vicio de caa. Calle Gerardo Or-
tega Ne. 7 Apto. 3. coso Miro-
flores.
CA. 01 LIFlVRI T!. 1-iii/.
ViNDE LOTES
Pal* inicial mnimo I 100 00
MmimI I 15.03
Lotes ron Collas y Acueductor de
la Ciuda-i desde B. I 00 I metro
Alquilamos equipo pesado peo
rnonmieii'c da 'ierra.
Alquilarnos lotes o lorgot d'oxoi
Club de let*. 3.3 00 B.4 00
Mrr.n y.tt
"VIRDADMAS GANGAS"
Chalet de 2 recimaros en call* Uru-
guay, cerca ol mor. B. 17,000. Se
acepta hipoteco por lo mitad.
OoO
Lcte de 848 M2 con vista a lo
Trcnsistmico en Er Cangrejo o B.
5.75 M2.
OoO
Lcte de 1,000 M2 en El Canqrejo
con visto al mar B.7.50 M2.
CaO
Lote en Las Cumbres, contiguo a la
residencio de Liche Costren. o
B.0.85 M2. Facilidades de pago.
OoO
Co'rt de 2 opartomenics. Aguo ca-
liente. Produce buena renta, y cer-
ca o Vio Espao.
ROBERTO MIRO 2-1215
SE VCNDE: Lo relresquer-a Teolro
Victoria. Ave. Central Coso 193.
Solicite oli mismo.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
t VENDEN:Clarea, tutora afra,
ecern acanalado, fix-Tai (carta*
aislador para tela* rasa*I n.mda-
ros, lavomino oicuiadas. ate.
las ^recios mis bijoi plata.
AGrNCIAS GLOlALEa. Via Eipa-
a, lletondo a Juan Franca. Tal.
e-1503.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: __ Apir'errarlo amo-
blado, calle 43 y Ave-^'da Mxico.
Tel. 3-0140, Hnam.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de una
recmara, tala-comedor, en calle
39 No. 20. Tel. 2-1602.
SE VENDE: Llantas usadas en la
Estacin de gasolina La Cuchilla.
Calidonia 243. Pregunte Sr. Russo.
SE VENDt: Plano "Steinwoy" en
perfectas condiciones, como nue-
vo. Calle 41, No. 31. Tel. 3-0672
SE VENDE: Estantera en magni-
ficas condiciones paro clmocn pe-
quea, ocurro o Babylondia. ca-
lle 44 No. 40 Bella Vista, Tel. 3-
1259.
MECNICOS. Herrero.. Vendemos
herram.entas y accesorios a pre-
cios increbles Lo Importadora Se-
lecta. Calle H. 51. Tel. 2-1483.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de una
recmora, sala y comedor en calle
la. No. 9. Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de dos
recmaras, solo-comedor en ca- i
lie 37 No. 6. Tel. 2-1602 !
( SE ALQUILA:apartamento de una
recmaro, sajo y comedor y- otro
de dos recmoras en Calle 36 No. .
7. Tel. 2-1602. j
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de una
I recmara, salo y comedor en co-
1 lie 50 No. 23. Tel. 2-1602.
SE VENDE
Artculos le Casa
SE ALQUILA:Apcrromento de dos
recmaras, sala-comedor, por solo
B.60.00 en I li, Justo Arosemena
y otro amoblado por B.50.00 de
un solo cuarto. Tel. 2-1602.
SE NECESITA:Empleada paro ser-i
vicios domstico;, debe dormir en 1
el emplrp. B.12 quincenal. Ave j
B No: 61.'
SE NECESITA: Empleada para co-
cinar'y oficios domsticos en ge-i
neral. Sin compromisos, dormir. '
Calle 46 No. 19 Aptc. 5.
SE. NECESITA:Persona con expe-
riencia en cocina. Ocrrose Ave
Monuel Icozo B No. 26 Compo
Alegre.-
CHALET Sai. francisco por B. 3,000
pago inicial, cerca Teatro Roose-
velt, dos recmoras, dos baes,
perch. garage. Prec.o totcl B.ll.-
' 000. Patterson. Ave. "A" No. 16.
2-2346.
SE VENCE: Mquina Singer en
buenas condiciones. Ave. Federico
Beyd. No. I. Apto. 1 iboios;.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora de kero-
sene 9 pies, borata. Pueblo Arroi-
jn No. 129
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento de una,
recmara, sola comedor en Via
Belisorio Porros final. Acabado de
pintar, por solo B.37.50. Tek 2-
1602.
SE VENDE. Aborrotori y Refres-
quena- LA NACIONAL en Ave
A y Calle I 2 Oeste. Informes Tel
2-0052.
SE VENCE:Lmparo de sola, lm-
paro de comedor, ombas de bron-
ce, en perfecto estado. Precio ori-
g.na' B.350.00. Gongo por B.1C0.
C0. Colle 10a No. 6. Apto. 2, Pa-
nam.
PERDIDO
SE NECESITA:Empleadi pora ofi-
cios domsticos, que sepo cocinar
poro familin chi'o. Colle 4o. No.
13 bajos ciudad
SE NECESITAUna persono seria |
responsojr!*. y con experiencio, i
pora cuidar nir>o de dos aos. '
buen sue'do, preferible tenga re- I
comendac'in. Via Espaa 23 bojos.
SE NECESITAN dos empleodos re i
buena presencia y con buena re-1
cemendaeln; una pora cocinar y
Otra para cuidar nios, prefenb'e
que sean panameo. Buen suel-
do. Telfono 3-0498.
VERDADERA GANGA: No pierda'
esta oportunidad que se presenta.
raro vez en lo vida. Lote alto. El i
Cangrejo, el ms frasco, el ms |
borotc. 990 M2. Solo .por B.6.001
metro Potterson, 2-2346. Aveni-
da "A" No. 16.
PERDIDO: Llaves en taxi entre
muelle Balboa y Plaza de Catedral,
mircoles. Julio 25. Llamor 2-
2798. Gratificacin.
SE VENDEUna finca en Curva de
la Muerte, 10 millas del Ferry,
.tiene de frente a la carretera na-
cional 50 metros de ancho, o 12
centovos el metro. Informes, calle
26 Oeste, casa If, cuorto 6.
MISCELNEA
NUEVAS TELAS aebon de llegor es-
tampados'v lisas. Gabardina en
colores surtidas, precos sorpren-
dentes V* MILAGROSA, Mcnte-
serin, 2, r
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE: Por no poder atender
finca en Pueblo Nuevo con insta-
locin** para cria gallina. 125
aves, bueno casa grande madera,
mil metros terreno esquina carre-
tera. Inversin productivo. Infr-
mese Comisariato Chorrillo. Calle
25 Oeste No. 13 de 4 o 7 Tel.
2 1416.
SE VENDE
Rotes v VIolores
SE VENCE: Loncha 65 pies mo-
tores "Diesel", pisco camarones
carga pasajeros Tel. 2-2252 Dr.
Morles.
SE VENDE:Camin Studeboker es-
tece. I 1-2 tcnelado, modelo
1951. precio co:to de distribuido-
. res, Trpico' Motors,
SE VENDE:Corro Cadillac modelo
48 en perfectas condiciones, e
aceptan propuestp:, llame Tel. 3-
2184 y 2-10":.
SE DESEA
SE VENDE: Truck plataforma de 2
1-2 tonelada GMC precio B 2.500.
B 500.00 al contado y B.2.000-
00 o platos, vengo .Cnmisoriato
Sittn. colles o!n y 15 Este.
DESEAMOS matrimonio sin hijos, que
conozca de labores de campo pa-
ra cuidoi coso en el Valle de An-
tn Debe tener recomendacin del
lugar donde trabaj antes Ca.
Dulcidlo Gonzlez N S. A. Fabri-
co de Mosaicos. Ave. Cubo Nc. 8.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE VENDE:Cornier Chevrolet, es-
taco, modelo 1941 en muy buenas
condiciones, vate en lo estacin
Voider. Ave "A" No. 117 o lla-
me al Tel. 2-3835.
St VENDE: IUICK. 41, Super. 4
puertee. Radie, tubos imponcha-
Mof. Derecnai aoaadei.. SI 300-
. 00. Facilidades do Rapa. AGEN-
CIAS NASH.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto amoblodo
completamente independiente, bol-
een y cecino, a caballero o seora
de buenas costumbres. Coile 45
No. 19.
Usted no est compran-
do man cuando constru-
ye su casa. Usted est
haciendo una inversin
substancial y permanen-
te. Asegrese de la cali*
dad de sus materiales
comprndolos ea
t>e. Nolle 83 Tel. 2-0610
Calle Mann Sota No. S
Tel. 3-U24,
Baaasaaaasaaaiaaaaaasi
SE COMPRA__
COMPRAMOS cof de Boquete, de
Veraguas, $45 v o $40 el quin-
tal respectivamente en partida de
100 sacos y ms. Escriba al Apar-
tado 2019.
COMPRO Reicill*. loche do nsper*
paleta. Papo los meteros precies
de plou. Osmond L. Madura. Ca-
li* B. No. II Apartad* 277. Pa-
nam.
C O M t
ALTHAM
QRIMIfl ftlIOJ Ol r. Ml UK A
Aviso liuiirial
AVISO DE REMATE
Kl suscrito Sac re ir rio del Juzgado
Strundo dVI Cireuito de Panama. an
funciones de Alguacil Ejecutor, al pu-
blico en general.
HACE SABKR:
Que por v-t9olii<.:ia de fecha '_4 de
julio d 19&], dictada en el juicio eje-
cutivo hipotecario propuesto por la
"Compaa Fiduciaria de Panam. S. A.
contra Felipe Romero Lpez, ae ha se-
alado el Roito <.!-.\ui.w para uue dentro de las
huras Itegales tenga lagar el remate del
bien n ii- a continuacin se describe, de
pioniedad del Homrnriado:
"Finca nmero 10.000, inscrita en la
Seccin de la Pionidad. Provincia, da
Panam, en el Registro Pblico, al
folio IriS del Tomo S1C, que consis-
te en lote de terreno fit udo en las
Sabanas de esta ciudad* y asa en l
mnairuid*. da un piso sobre pilastra*
de concreto. 1.a raan tiene pitos de
madera, pairde de madera y techo
de hiervo canalado El terreno tiene
una superficie de cuatrocientoa se-
senta y cuatro metrne cuadrados
M6e r*'), dentro de loa siguientes
linderos y mediras lineales: Por el
Norte, mide treinta y trea metros dies
y nueve centmetros (SS.1V m.t y
linda con lote nmero aiate (~) de
Manuela- Rermdez Icaaa: por el Sur.
mide treinta <- tres metros es y
nueve centmetros (93.19 m.) y lin-
da con resto del terreno d* Valeatin
(iuerini; por el Kate, mide catorro
metros '14 m.) y lnea- con lote nu-
mero seis i.; de Manuel* Rermde*
Icaza v Por el Oeste, mide catorce
metros Hi m,> y linda con caJle en
proyecto "
Servil de base parn el remate da la
fir.'a ante descrita la mmi de DOS
MU. CUATROCIENTOS TREINTA Y
TRKA KALIUMS CON NOVENTA Y
SEIS CENTFSIMOS |B'.&l33.tSl,
cantidad indicada por la sociedad de-
mandant en el libelo de demanda, con-
forme a! contrato de hipoteca: eran
ofertaa admisiblea la que eubran las
qo terreras partes de esa, auma.
Se ac**ptarAn ofertas ha^ta Jas cua-
tro de la tarde del da ahajado y de
esa hora en adelante ee oirn las pujas
y repuja* que nudieran presentarte bas-
ta tue * cerrada la aubaata con la
adjudieann al mejor poitoi.
Para habilitara* oomo postor ae ro-
en ier* consignar previamente en la Se-
cretaria del Tribunal ! cinco por cien-
to de la base del remate.
Panama. 21 de julio de Itol.
(FeW I Eduaroia Fergus** Martines
Secretario del Juigado Segundo
del Circuito de Panam.
J.% fie] copia de su original.
Panam, 24 da uwyo da |t31.
E. f Martiaes.
Secretario.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento chico,
lugar cntrico, matrimonio solo.
Avenido Central. Informes oficina
calle H Uo. J8 en la maana.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento, una
recmara, salo comedor, balcn.
Calle 52 No. 18, informes Apto.
No. 8.-
SE ALQUILA: Independiente, dos j
recmaras, sala, comedor, fresco. [
cerca Santo An, 15 Oeste, No.
42 olios. B. 50.00. Informes Ave- ,
nido A, No. 16. i
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet-azotea de 2 1
recmaras, sola comedor, cuarto!
empleada, 2 servicios, en calle 33 t
y Avenido Cubo. Solo B.90.00. Tel. j
2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:Caso en Pasadena,
calle Jos de Fbrega No. 9, dosj
recmoras, salo, comedor, servi-
cios modernos, B.60,00. Tel. 2-
1488 3-2030.
SE ALQUILA:Casa omobloda con i
tres recmoras en Avenida Ecucdor I
No. 12. Pora informes Home al,
telfono 3-2165.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet tres' recmaras |
amplias comodidades. Calle 431
No. 25. Bella Visto,
SE ALQUILA
Locales_______
SE ALQUIL,s:Locol pora oficina,
arribo del Teatro Central
i----------------------------------------------------
"CLNICA, equipada, altos Farmacia
Solazar, colla 16 Oeste No. 28.
Panam.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:2 topiceros finos,
buen sueldo. Mueblera Cowes. !
Transistmico.
BERNARDO necesita ooerona belleza.
, buena presencia. Edifico Castilla
del Oro, al lado Hotel El Panam, I
3-4740. I
SE NECESITAN:Cuatro ivenes de
ambos sexos con experiencia en
propagando. Avenida Control No.!
"~ Apto. 23___________________I
SE NECESITA:Agente vendedora.'
Debe ser agradable pora vender j
l:nea de producios de renombre.
Oportunidad .Escriba dando refe-
rencias, edad, experiencia, etc.. in-
cluya pequea fotografa, Apto.
I 645. Panpm.
SELECT-A-SCHEME
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Que de conformidad con el
Articulo 777 del Cdigo de
Comercio y por medio de Es-
critura Publica No. 1241 de
la Notara 3a. del circuito de
Panam de fecha Julio 10
de 1951 ha sido traspasado el
negocio de Cantina "Melena"
de la Ca. Espirandela a mi
favor y por compra del mis-
ino.
Panam. Julio 10 de 1951.
Armando < inirlie.
CARTON PARA CIELORASOS
"SIMPSON BOARD
4' x 8*
4' x 10'
4' x 12'
.2.24 hoja
2.S0 "
3.3 "

EL GUILA
Call* "M" final
Tai. 2-2121
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Mantenemos una venta de
ganga de artculos sobre exis-
tencia donde las MEJORES
PINTURAS se venden a los
ms bajos precios.
Por qu no ahorrar dinero
comprando lo mejor?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 279.
Tel. 3-0140.
BALANZAS
"Detecto" y "Howe"
desde 10 lbs. hasta 2.900 lbs.
TRAPICHES
"Chattanooga"
y "Buffalo"
de 2 y 3 bolos.
RICARDO A. MIRO,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este #4
Tels.: 2-3335 2-298B
"Vendemos ms barato
para vender ms."
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
M'i-sritos ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle If fate No. 4 Tel. Z-26M
Felpa Mineralizada
Roja y Verde
Felpa Negra
de 15 y 30 lbs.
Clavos de Zinc
Balanzas 'Detecto'
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con 60 velas de fuerza de luz blanca
moderna. Permanece encendida R0
hora* por 1 aln de kerosene Toma
MI de AIRF y solamente 6% de
KiTROSENK. Completamente efur
no explota ni necesita nenerador ni
bomba. N*o produce humo ni maloa
clore* > tan encilla que un n.no
puede prenderla Nunca vista en Pa-
nama a Precio Un Bajo
por slo... B '.9.95
Trnemoa todoa In* Rrpueato*!
De Venta en todas t tTRRETRRIAS
y mi nil i IM v-
Distribuidores
W0N0 CHAN. S. A.
Coln Calla Ave. Balboa
Tel .IM
Panam. Avr Onlral *S
Tel. 2-2*87
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
inmediata
Reparaciones
generales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E 22
Tel 3-1713
SE REQUIERE AGENTE y
DISTRIBUIDOR
nieo en Panam para la dis-
tribucin de una gran varie-
dad de receptores de radio y
television de manuf a e t r a
britnica "Etronic." Para ob-
tener detalles completos escri-
ban a: Mesara. Associated Ex-
ports. Ltd.. 6 Laurence Pount-
ney Hill. Londrti E. C. <. In-
glaterra.
SE NECESITA
Maquinaria Ebanistera
en buenas condiciones.
Hcanse ofertas detalladas al
Apartado 1679. Balboa, Zona
del Canal.
Hoy en el Teatro "Eldorado"
Chachita y Freddy Fernndez
en "Los Pobres Van Al Cielo*
DIRIGE
cin del pueblo a este acto, a
'in de oue observe cmo opera
el maestro en las elecciones de
sus representantes y cmo se
escrutan las postulaciones cuan-
do impera una voluntad Justa
e imparcial.
Por otra parte, las elecciones
son de singular importancia pa-
ra el progreso de la Educacin
Pblica. La Junta Nacional de
Escalafn significa, en trminos
Aviso Judicial
AVISO EMPLAZATORIO
Fl amerito, Juct Secando del Circuito!
de l'anam.'por medio del presente edic-l
to.
KMPLAZA:
*l cor ELMO LLE &TONK. varea.
mayor de edad, norteamericano, eoaaer*
ciante. cuyo purailero art na I ae laraora,
para que dentro del termino fe treinta
da, contados daade la fecha de la l-.
tima publicacin del prsenle edicto,!
comparen-* a este Tribunal por al o por
meilio de apoderado a hacer valer aus '
derechoe dentro del juicio de divorcio1
que en su contra ha propueitlo mi es-1
pona, aeors CARMKN AMALIA L t*ES.
advirtindola qua si as no lo hiciere
dentrb del trmino expresado, se le
nombrar un defensor de ausente con
quien ae continuar el juicio. i
Por tanto, se fija eate edicto empla-
ratono en lugar visible de la Secretaria
de este Tribunal, lioy veinticuatro de
Julio de mil novecientos cincuenta, y
copla del mUsno ae tiene a dpocin
de la -k-artc interesada para su publica-
cin. ,
SI Juoa. I
(Fdo.) JORGE A. RODRGUEZ B. !
Por al Sfcr^tnvin.
(Fdo.) MARIA PAKF.JA.
Oficial Mayor.
E. fi.l copia d au original.
CHACHITA y FREDDY FERNANDEZ constituyen la Insupe-
rable parejita del cine, y consiguen su mejor actuacin en
"LOS POBRRS VAN AL CIELO", que se estrena hoy en EL-
DORADO. Se trata de una pelcula que llegar al corazn
de los espectadores y les har verter lgrimas de ternura.
Una produccin de mrito singular para todos los pblicos,
Y que habr de gustar a grandes v chicos. Recuerde que se
exhibe desde hoy en ELDORADO.
esenciales, el cese de toda vo-
luntad no educativa en la o-
rientacin del Ministerio. El
mayor orgullo nuestro es poder
presidir el proceso de libera-
cin definitiva de la docencia
panamea.
Por estos motivos, el Minis- j
terio de Educacin exhorta a I
todos los maestros para que
participen en las elecciones *d#J
maana en el convencimientos
de que cumplirn con nobleza
e inteligencia ejemplares, la de
ble responsabilidad de reafir-
mar los propios postulados f
orientar la conciencia del pue-
blo panameo.
Ricardo J. Bermdez.
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ES, JULIO 26, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETB
"AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
I.OY
CLAMOROSO
ESTRENO!
LAS MAS BELLAS
CANCIONES...

LOS LTIMOS MAMBOS
DE MODA...
EN LA HISTORIA DE UNA MUJER QUE VIVI LA
ANGUSTIA DE SU ERROR!...
PRODUCCIONES
KX-LUIS MANRIQUE
Presentan a
MECHE
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FIRMANDO
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OSCAR PULIDO
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RED
Panamericana
1090 Kcs
HOY JUEVES
3:30 Don Qu&kero
dramatizacln
cortesa de Avena Quaker
3:45 Cuarteto Mayo
dirige Rene Santos
4:0(1 Noticiero Pereira
4:15 Dedicatorias
5:45 Drcula, El Hombre
. Vampiro
', dramatlzacin RPA
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
por Nacho Valds
6:15 Kerima, la Cancionera
Sentimental
6:30 Sucesos de la Humanidad
dramatlzacin RPA
6:45 Sus canciones preferidas
Flavlo Garca y Lucho
Muo?. Cortesa de la
floristera Valvn
7:00 Lucho Alcarrana
y su ornano
7:15 l.a/os de Odio
dramatizacln. cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel
7:30 Pafinas de Amor
dramatizacln, cortesa de
El guila Imperial
7-45 La Vox Emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhona
8:00 El Diarlo de una Mujer
dramatlzacin, cortesa de
Almacenes La Aurora
8:15 Do canciones y un poema
Carlos M. Porras
y Anita Villalaz
cortesa de Max Factor
8 30 Variedades musicales
9:00 Mujeres Entre Rejas
dramatlzacin, cortesa de
Casa Angelini
9:15 Serenata de las Americas
do Soils y Oomez
Cort. del Bazar Panama
9 30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Los Panamericanos
10:15 Francia y su msica
"1:30 Variedad musical
:00 Cancionero nocturnal
1:30 Msica sin palabras
2:00 Buenas noches
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6:45
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MAANA VIERNES
Buenos das
Almanaque de la
Panamericana
Noticiero RPA
Msica para el desayuno
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Su meloda predilecta
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Hablan los astros
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Clasificados del da
Dedicatorias
Noticiero RPA
El mundo del vals
La Novela Matinal
El rabe
Cuba, su msica y
sus compositores
Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Serenata espaola
P.M.
12:15 Noticiero "La Hora"
12:30 Lucho Alcarrana
y SU rgano
1:00 Variedad musical
1:15 Boleros de moda
1:30 Cantares de Amrica
!:00 Noticias
2:05 Orquestas de saln
2:30 Sendas musicales
con Anoland
> Cort. El guila Imperla.
PROGRAMA "EL CARRUSEL DE LA ALEGRA"
RED PANAMERICANA APARTADO 1121
NOMBRE.....................................
DIRECCIN...................................
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Mejor Actriz
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dy Holliday
- en -
acida Ayer"
ESTRENO REGULAR!
La comedia ms famosa del
Teatro y el Cine brinda a
una gran actriz comediante
el Primer Premio de la Aca-
demia de Artes y Ciencias de
Hollywood!
El Actor
Premiado t.
ao pasado:
Broderick
Crawford!
HOY
TEATRO
CENTRAL
Tandas: 1:05 2:30 4:87 8:41 8:51
HOY
NACIDA AYER
(BORN YESTERDAY)
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PHONTOI
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i COSTA AZUL"
on Dny Kaye
I Gene Tierney
PRONTO I
AVF DEL
I PARASO"
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Louis Jourdan
Debra Paget
PRONTO!
LA MODELO
INCOGNITA"
tecnicolor I
Super-Muiicall
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TEATRO CECILIA
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Puncin Doblemente Extraordinaria!
Alegre y musical por todos los costados!
La Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Presenta
JUDY GARLAND CENE KELLY
Gloria de Haven Eddie Bracker
Marjorle Main y Phil Silvers, en
VALLE ALEGRE"
(Summer Stock) (en Technicolor!)
---------------Adems: .
Risas, Romance y Canciones en
"A CASARSE TOCAN"
U Programa de Estrellas!
.PRXIMAS ATRACCIONES!
con
alathryn Qrayson
Van Johnson
Barry Sullivan
Paula Raymond
Pre-Estreno Especial!
La glorificacin de la mujer tropical!
"NUDISMO EN EL TRPICO"
; (Bajo el Cielo Habanero)
Mamos! Afros! Boleros! Vacilones!
y las ms bellas cubanas!
La Gigante
Produccin
Desde Mircoles
Agosto Io
"LAS MINAS DEL REY SALOMON"
(King Solomon's Mines)
Stewart Granger Deborah Kcrr
Fabulosa Historia Filmada en Africa I
en Tecnicolor!
BELLA VISTA-HOY
TANDAS: 3:15 5:10 7:00 8:55 P.M.
STIRA!.. INTRIGA!... ROMANCE!. ..
Tres grandes cuentos qua ponen al desnudo las almas
de los hombres que no tienen miedo a la muerte . .
Sino que desean vivir un momento de felicidad! . .
Un drama subyugante! .
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REGOCIJANTE
ESTRENO!
HOY
LA COMEDIA
DEL AO!
La comedia musical que Usted esperaba para
pasar un rato de felicidad y total
olvido de sus penas... I
FERNANDO ROSITA
SOLER QUINTANA
SARA
G A R C I A, en
MI QUERIDO
CAPITN
CENTRAL
Tandas: J:M. I'M, 1:37. S:4I. :SI
Victor Mature Terry Moore
Will; un Bendix. en
"C*SA DE JUEGO"
Accin .i] rojo vlvol
- Adems: -
"RICO FESTN"
Nuevo Cartn de Disney!__
TEATRO LUX
La mejor artista del afto en
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Anne Crawford
James Hayter
- on -
V$VT, IRES NOVELAS
T i>E LA VIDA"
I SHUSH (Trio)
TEATRO CECILIA
ALEGRE Y DIVERTIDO DOBLE!
Judy OAKLAND Oene KELLY, en
"EL VALLE ALEGRE"
Adems:
Van Johnson Kalhry Grayson. en
"A CASARSE TOCAN"____
VARIEDADES
Amor y Sacrificio!... Bailes y
Canciones' .
FERNANDO FERNAND/.Z
MECHE BARBA, en*"

AMOR VENDIDO"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionado
A las I 00 pm. VVAHOO!
B.HG.OO en Premios!
Barbara Stanwyck, en
"LA MARCA DE LAS
FCRIAS"
Anne Baxter, en
"4 HNOS. LA QUERAN"
v TEATRO TIVOLI
George Sanders Lucille
Ball, en
"ACECHADA"y
"CRIMINES POLTICOS"
TROPICAL
DIANA I.YNN CHARLES
COBl'RN. en
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a. ils
"Soltcnta y Casada"
Vida Estudiantil y Aleare!
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
" NOCHE DE BANCO I
B 200.U6 para el Pblico!
A las 1.00 y 9.00 pm.
Cornel Wilde, en
"CUATRO DAS de AMOR"
- y -
"LINDEROS PERDIDOS"
TEATRO EDISON
Julin Wayne, en"'
TIGtES VOLADORES"
- Adems: -
LA MI .IKK QUE ESPERO"
TEATRO IRIS
Mlchele Morgan, en
"FABIOLA" Adems:
"UNA NOCHE EN
EL PATIO"
HISPANO
"EL CAMINO PELIGROSO"
- y -
"EL CAMARADA"
Entrada General 0.15
TEATRO VlCTORA
Leo Gorcey, en
"EL CUARTO PODER"
Barry Sullivan, en
"El. GANGSTER"
V 1ST ERMOSA
Bctte Davis, en
"LA MALVADA" y
June Haver, en
"SOLO TU Y YO"
PAC F ICO
Ut A L
"EX CASO Ut" 1 'Amor dr la Calle" LA SANTA DEL
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1
Interesante Cartilla De Boxeo Amateur Se Celebra Esta Noch

El encuentro de atraccin ser
entre un boxeador y un luchador
Aparecen en esta foto las entusiastas estudian tes que presenciaron el partido que en su honor
dedicaron ayer los jugadores del Deportivo "Azteca Jr." frente al Carlos Eleta en el Circuit
Menor de la Lisa de Baseball de Santa Rita en el Estadio Olmpico, y son, de izquierda a
derecha: Srtas. Carmen de la Guardia, Lupita Arlas, Rita Jimnez, Mariela Icaza, Marltxa,
Obarrio que sostiene el bello trofeo que donaron al ganador del juego con Chela Garca de
Paredes. Carlota Boyd. Clarita Arango, Viola Icaza y Julie Ann Fogarty. Tambin aparecen
l*s jug., lores del Azteca Jr. De izquierda a derecha: Serafn Avila Jr., Carlos John, Rene
Orillac Jr., Erasino Arias, Manuel A. Cordovez, Vctor Lpez, Eduardo de Roux, Clises Alvarez,
Roberto (Bobyj Cucaln y Eduardo (Cainpanella) Sheriff, de pie se encuentra Fabi Cros-
waite. \
1 Frente jugar maana reforzado y
ser un difcil rival para el Azteca
Por S. H. IVALDI J.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Fascball de Santa Rila
Circuito Mayor
G. P. Pje.
Dep. Azteca .....5 0 l.OCr
Dep. Dragones ..... 4 2 .667
Dep. Granillo ........ 2 3 .400
Fte. Patr ico ..... 0 6 .000
El Frente Patritico, que on
el ltimo juego ofreci gran
resistencia al Granillo, Halara
de e. lar que el Azteca conti-
ne aumentando ventaja en el
comr.uio de la Liga, en el juz-
go qi e sostendrn maana vier
nes en el Estadio Nacional a las
4.00 p.m. en la continuacin
del ci'endario regular del Clv-
ci.ito Mayor de la Liga de San-
ta Rita.
tainos importantes
.ratera maana el
loril Nal. Olmpico
El Comit Nacional Olmpico
se reunir maana viernes a
las 8 de la noche en la Olci-'
na d?l Departamento de Edu-
c .clo' Fsica, para trabar va-
r.cs asuntos de importancia.
cerno la asistencia de Panam
al efundo Campeonato Centro
amer.cano de Basketball en
?pti:mbre en Guatemala; a
Invitacin de El Salvador; jhv
oe u i equipo ae jasebail ;ie
"mac "ts" a Estados Unidos;
participacin de Panam en ios-
Juego, Bolivarianos en Vene-
zuela: Campeonato Nacional de
Basketball Menor' Reglament.i-
c.n en los deportes; Informes
varios, etc.
Lof nuevos delegados toma-
r.n posesin de su respectivo
cerge; se pide puntual asisten-
cia a todos los Delegados, y se I
caloar con los que estn pre I
ente.; inormadc a aqrcllos'
miembros reincidentes en no
asistir, qur si vuelven a irlt&r,
e.- Comit enviar una nota a
la Federacin o Comisin re-!
pectiva solicitando el envi de
un nuevo Delegado.
Por .aita e quorum
dejo de sesionar la
Fed. de Bisbol anoche
Anoche dej de sesionar la
Federacin Nacional de Base
Bail Amateur de Panam por
"falta de quorum.
En el lugar de sesiones sola-
mente se encontraban presente.
Godo; red'/ Grimaldo y Azael
Bend; bu rg
Se espea que para la pr-
xima reunion acudan todos, rn
vlsla de que hay asuntos pen-,
dientes de mucho Inters que
necesitan pronta solucin.
La prxima sesin ser el hi- I
nes mirante en el Saln de;
Recreo de la Cervecera Nacio-
nal a las 7.30 p.m.
COMPRE...
TROPIDURA!
PROTEJAMOS LA
INDUSTRIA NACIONAL!
Los indios se portaron un po-
co errticos en el cuadro en. su
ultima presentacin pero se so-
metieron a duro entrenamiento
para borrar la mala impresin
y ofrecer un partido emocio-
nante desde principio a fin y
continuar como lderes en el
comando.
Los politicos que comanda
Panama Moya, se han reforzado
para poder presentar dura ba-
talla a los punteros e Ir acor-
lando ventaja para lo cual co-
locarn en el morrillo cntrala
lanzador novato c. Cantaren.i
para detener la racha de triun-
fos de los Indios.
La direccin mejicana asig-
nar los .-nvios a Silvestre i Pu-
llo* Barnett,
Los prximos partidos son;
Martes 31 Dragones vs Granillo
Jueves 2 Granillo vs Fte. Pat.
Viernes 3Azteca vs Dragones
Todos estos Juegos se efecta
rn en el Estadio Olmpico co-
menzando a las 4.15 p.m. con
duracin de 9 episodios si lo
permite el tiempo.
i Dep. Aida y Mi Cuba
I ganaron las justas de
volibol en la Normal
SANTIAGO. Julio (Correspon-
I salLos equipos Mi Cuba y
j Dep. Alda triunfaron en las
: competencias femeninas de Vo-
lleyball de la Liga Interna de
I ia Normal de Santiago.
El conjunto MI Cuba con una
atinada actuacin obtuvo el
Jampeonato del Circuito Mayor,
quedando de segundo el Tab
1 y de 3o. el Kontiki.
I En la Justa Menor, el Depor-
tivo Aida Arguelles se anex
el titulo quedando de segundo
el Dep. T. Arrocha y el tercer
' puesto lo ocup el Dep. Prima-
vera.
Otra Interesante funcin bo-
xstlca presentar esta noche la
Comisin de Boxeo Amateur en
el Gimnasio Nacional, para
continuar la preparacin de los
pgiles que nos representarn
en los Juegos Bolivarianos.
En el programa dt esta no-
che volver a presentarse como
principal atraccin, un encuen-
tro entre un boxeador y un lu-
chador, el cual ha despertado
inusitado entusiasmo. La ltima
vez que se midieron estos repre-
sentantes de diferentes depor-
tes, se form una gran discu-
sin al concederse el triunfo al
luchador.
La funcin debe resultar mag
niflca dada la calidad de los
pgiles que tomarn parte.
He aqu la cartilla:
Luis Samuels/vs Manuel Padilla
147 libras
Juan Moreno vs Joselito Griffin
120 libras
Luis Rodrigues vs Horacio Otlis
135 libras ,
Beau Jack II vs Roberto Diax
105 libras
Luis Quisgard vs M. Portillo
115 libras
Sustitutos
Clifton Inn is y G. Vi llar real
Exhibicin
Vleente Ruis (boxeador)
vs
Carlos Barra (Luchador)
Royal Coup Reaparece Esta
Semana En El Hipdromo Nal.
por RDEME
Cuatro ejemplares de la clase "A" estn inscritos para par-
ticipar en el programa hpico que se llevar a cabo este fin de
semana en Juan Franco.-
Esta carrera ser sobre un tiro de 1400 metros y por un pre-
mio de B/. 1,000.00. Estn inscritos Pinard, Phoebus Apollo,
Kathlin Light y Welsh Loch.
La prueba que sin lugar a dudas despertar la atencin de
los burreros ser la de la clase "B", en la cual competirn siete
ejemnlares entre ellos Full, Sandwood, Dictador, Royal Coup, Mi-
crobio. Fair Chance, Montielito v Newminaier.
----;----------------------v.------------------------!----
;;
inocho y Morris
debutan hoy en el
torneo de bolos
Los Yanquis Vencieron a Los
Indios y Los Medias Blancas
a Los Medias Rojas Ayer
serv.cu mi In Prensa Ln....i L/. uy u la goma.
El fela mejor su
colocacin al ganar
ayer en baseball
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
l"a-r ...II de Santa Rila
Circuito Menor
G. P. Pjc.
Dragones Jr.......3 0 1.0.a
Scanets ........... 3 1 .750
J. Granate............ 3 2 .60C
Canos Eleta......... 3 .....
I:> 1.. ru;iil.i ....... 2 2 .500
Aracelly ........... 2 3 .401
Azteca Jr..........1 3 .250
Cranillo Jr............. 0 4 .001
Doble del Sbado (Barrazu)
Scarlets vs Dragones Jr.
1.00 p.m.
La Barriada vs J. Grnale
15 minutos despus.
Con magnifico relevo de R.
Brewstcr en el 3r. acto, el Car-
loa Elea venci por 8 carre-
ras a 5 al Dep. Azteca Jr. ayer,
en el Estadio, en juego corres-
pondiente al Circuito Menor de
la Liga de Base de Santa Rita,!
para mejorar su pelen.
El partido en si result can-
sado, por la distintas protestas
de lo directores por el mal
arbitraje. El encuentro fu de-
dicado a simpticas estudian-
tes por los jugadores del Azteca
Jr.. quienes donaron un trofeo
para el ganador.
R. Orillac Jr., lanzando po:-
los Indios, mantuvo sin hits
al Eleta durante 3 episodios.1
en el 4o. arto Brewstcr le co- i
nrcto el primero, para empalar
la anotacin. i
V. Croswaite relev a Orillac'
en esta misma entrada, pero la
direccin india tuvo que sus-1
tituir a Croswaite por John por '
la nerviosidad.
Al finalizar el 4o. aclo, el r-
bitro Scantlebury suspendi el I
juego por oscuridad, pero al dar
se cuenta que solo iban 4 actos,
volvi a cantar juego bajo a
consiguiente protesta de ia di-
reccin que invadieron el cua-
dro bajo protesta y lo hicieron
constar en el libro de anota-
cin; en este acto el Eleta mar
c 3 carreras.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUI
G. P
Duran ............. 4 0
Entrometidos .......... 3 1
Roysl .............3 1
Novatos........... 1 3
Taller Sousa ...... 1 3
Selecta .............. 0 4
Pinocho.................
Dep. Morris .............
ptica Sosa ...............
Tropical ....................
POS
Pje.
.ouc
.750
.750
.250
.250
.000
En el juego de anoche los
Entrometidos vencieron a los
Mecnicos del Taller Sousa 3 a
1 para empatar asi el segundo
puesto del Torneo "Jantzen"
con el Royal, destacndose Pe-
pe Damin por los vencedores
con serie de 540 y Jorge Endu-
ra por los perdedores con serle
de 473.
La puntuacin individual fu
la siguiente:
Entrometidos
Tere 107 138 188 433
Palm 150 164 114 428
Burrcll 155 154 132 441
A. Damin 158 182 176 496
J. Damin 187 169 184 540
757 787 794 2338
Taller Sousa
C. Icaza 145 133 138 419
Zarak 151 147 105 403
De Diego 112 127 121 360
Endara 187 137 149 473
A. Icaza 132 153 139 424
727 700 652 2079
Handicap 40 40 40 120
767 740 692 2199
En el juego de esta noche
debutan los equipos Pinocho y
Deportivo Morris, existiendo
marcado inters entre los afi-
cionadas por ver la actuacin
de los conjuntos y formarse
una idea de su oportunidad en
la contienda.
ta Normal se mide
con el Instituto Nal.
mna. en volleyball
El equipo de Volleyball del
Liceo de Seoritas se impuso
ayer al conjunto Kontiki de la
Normal de Santiago en el parti-
do amistoso que sostuvieron a
beneficio del bienestar estudian
til en el Gimnasio de la Lices-
tas.
El partido result movido de
Interesante y ambos conjuntos
se desplegaron con entusiasmo
durante todo el cotejo.
Las normalistas volvern a
presentarse maana en juego
contra el equipo del Instituto
Nacional en el cuadro de la Es-
cuela Profesional comenzando
a las 7 de la noche.
El equipo Kontiki es uno de
los mejores equipos de Volley-
ball de la Liga de la Normal
de Santiago, pero al fallar ayer
frente al Liceo, se est gestio-
nando ahora un juego entre el
Seleccionado de la Normal y el
Liceo, o una serle con los me-
jores conjuntos capitalinos.
Anotando dos carreras y em-
pujando otra con tres hits n
cinco oportunidades el cuoano
Orestes Mioso contribuy po-
derosamente a la victoria por
6 a 2 de los Medias Blancas so-
bre los Medias Rojas. Las pri-
meras tres carreras de los Me-
dias Blancas se debieron a sen-
cillos de Nelson Fox y Mioso
seguidos de un jonrn de Don
Lenhardt. En la sptima Masl
dio un sencillo, avanz a se-
gunda por sencillo del venezo-
lano Alfonso Carrasquel y ano-
t por sencillo de Bob Dllnger.
En el octavo Mioso comenz
con sencillo, Lenhardt conect
otro, pase intencional a Jim
Busby, pase a Masl forz la ca-
rrera de Mioso. En el octavo
Clyde Vollmer, dio sencillo,
avanz a la segunda y anot
por hit de Maxwell que bate
por el lanzador Walt Masterson
que habia sustituido a Mel Par-
nell.
Con dos outs en la novena
entrada Johny Mlze dio un do-
ble que empuj dos carrwau
para dar el triunfo por 2 a' 1 a
los Yanquis sobre los Indios.
Una Indecisin de Eddie Lopat
en cuanto en qu base efec-
tuar el out, teniendo hombres
en tercera y primera con un
out, dio la nica carrera a los
Indios en la primera entrada.
Luke Easter dio un batazo en-
tre el centro del diamante y la
tercera. Lopat acept el batazo
y pens en tirar al receptor,
pero cambi de opinin y tir
a la segunda forzando a Beto
Avila, pero Easter lleg a la prl
mera evitando el doble play
en tanto el corredor de terce-
ra anotaba. A partir de ese mo-
mento el desafio fu un duelo
entre Mike Garcia y Lopat has-
ta la novena entrada. Gil Me
Dougald abri la entrada con
sencillo. Gene Woodllng fu
ponchado y Joe Dlmagglo mu-
ri en ly al centro. Barry Be-
rra dio sencillo poniendo a Me
Dougald en tercera. Mlze dio
una linea al jardn izquierdo
que Bob Kennedy quiso atrapar
de aire para terminar el desa-
fie pero al no alcanzarla la pe-
lota rod fuera de su alcance
anotando McDougald. Berra a-
not desde primera para ter-
minar el desafio a pesar de la
magnfica devolucin de Larry
Los Tigres perdieron frente a
los Senadores por 7 carreras a
4, que le dieron 14 hits, cuatro
lanzadores contrarios. Gil Coan
con un triple y tres sencillos
en cuatro veces al bate dirigi
el ataque capitalino.
El campen W. Brown |
tendr que defender
su ttulo en Agosto
El Campen Nacional de peso;
Ligero (135 libras). Wllfredo
Brown, tendr que defender su
ttulo el prximo mes, de acuer-
do con informacin de la Co-
misin. Por otra parte ha cita-
do a varios ex-comisionados
para tratar asuntos importan-
tes, todo lo cual est expuesto
en el siguiente Comunicado:
COMISIN DE BOXEO
PROFESIONAL DE PANAMA
Comunicado:
La Comisin de Boxeo Profe-
sional de Panam Informa por
este medio, que se ha concedi-
do un plazo de 30 das al bo-
xeador Wllfredo Brown, para
que defienda su ttulo de la ca-
tegora liviana, comunicando
al mismo tlempc que hay un
contendor, el pugilista Wllfredo
Brewster y un promotor dispues
to a presentar la pelea; este
promotor es Gregorio Castae-
das.
La Comisin cita por este me-
dio para la reunin del martes
31 de los corrientes, a los ex-
comisionados, seores Ricardo
Galtn, Arturo Illueca, y Raul
Santiago Tapia, para tratar so-
bre algo de suma importancia,
relacionado con la Comisin de
Boxeo.
Panam, Julio 25 de 1951
Toms A. Cupas,
Secretario.
En ht Liga Nacional
Los Dodgers vencieron a los
Cachorros por 6 a 2 logrando
su quinta victoria seguida y se-
gunda contra los Cachorros a
pesar de que Preacher Roe no
actu con la brillantez acos-
tumbrada y le batearon ocho
hits, el primero de los cua-
les fu un Jonrn de Eddie
Miksls a la primera bola que
lanz.
Los Gigantes en dos entradas
ganaron por 7 a 6 el desafo
que tenia que terminar con-
tra los Piratas y el cual se pro-
long a diez episodios, pero a
continuacin perdieron por 5 a
4 el encuentro regular del da.
El primer choque que se ha-
ba suspendllo el 17 de Junio
cuando se encontraba empatado
termin en la dcima entrada
por sencillo de Willie Mays, un
pase, un sencillo de Eddie
Stanky que llen las bases y
un ly de Alvin Dark que em-
puj la decisiva.
Rodelag, P. Lefevre y
Pelimex ganaron el 24
en el basket menor
Los conjuntos Rodelag, Par-
que Lefevre y Pelimex ganaron
sus compromisos en la pasada
Jornada del Campeonato de
Basketball de segunda categora
de la Liga Provincial de Pana-
m.
El Rodelag mantuvo su op-
cin a la serie final con su vic-
toria sobre el Madurito por 31
a 32 en un reido cotejo.
En el otro Juego El Pelimex
I gan al Dep. Pern por 59 a
30.
La contienda proseguir el
viernes en la noche en el Gim-
nasio Nacional con los luegos:
Bam Jr. vs Pepslcola. Eleta vs
Madurito y cela vs Rebeldes.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
DEP. GRANILLO
Tendr maana viernes a las
4.00 p.m. en ei Estadio Olmpi-
co una reunin prctica y pide
a todos los Jugadores de la Me-
nor que participan en la Liga
de Baseball de Santa Rita la
puntual asistencia.
Los que dejen de asistir sern
expulsados del equipo y amo-
nestados por el Club.
F. Versara,
Director.
Cuba y Canad sern
rivales en el torneo
de la Copa Davis
MONTREAL, Julio 26 (UP)
Lome Main derrot con bas-
tante facilidad a Henrl Rochon
y prcticamente se asegur la
posicin como uno de los Juga-
dores canadienses para dispu-
tarse la Copa Davis.
Roc'non y Main fueron selec-
cionados la semana pasada pa-
ra participar en el equipo junto
con Brendan Mcken y Goro.cn
McNeill. Canad Jugar contra
Cuba en la segunda vuelta de
as eliminaciones de la zona a-
mericana el 3, 4 y 5 de Agosto
en esta ciudad.
Nuevo escndalo surge (
el basketball de E. Unido!
NUEVA YORK, Julio 2< (UP).Un nuevo escindan
en el basketball ha surgido con motivo de las investiga,
ciones del fiscal Frank Bogan de esta ciudad, auier
anunci que ocho jugadores de la Universidad de Brad
ley estin complicados en recibir dinero de los apostado-
res profesionales.
Se ha indicado que los jugadores reciban dinero poi
vencer por una mnima ventaja a los equipos de las uni-
versidades del Estado de Oregon y del Estado de Wash-
ington, en juegos celebrados en Diciembre de 1950.
Cuatro de los jugadores han confesado su participa-
cin en el soborno, pero dicen que nunca Intentaron per-
der los juegos.
Mauricio y 0. Sosa defienden hoy
colocacin en el basket de Catei
Anoche ganaron el Don eco y Almacn La MuJ
Fu bajado a las
menores J. Erautt
CHICAGO, Julio 26 (UP)
Los Medias Blancas anunciaron
que han cambiado a su recep-
tor Joe Erautt por el jugador
del Seattle, de la Liga de la
Costa del Pacifico, Bud Scheely
as como que haban confir-
mado su opcin para adquirir
eventualmente al receptor puer
torrlquefio Jim Rivera que tam-
bin juega con el Seattle,
Para
ECZEMA
y Enfermaaata
d li Piel
era d. taar. Obtena anla far-
macia un irasco original Je Ao.lt.
Bameralda Moon., Que P"r'}"
eone.mr.do dura ,uehOi <"*
I* prlm.ra PllcclJn._d,. e!J
at.lt. 1. aliviar y. aP* J
vari. aplicaciones. c r.SSba
d. qu. u piel PU.d. recobrar
pronto au astado normal. ._,,,
T.n*a presente qua > ,.A"'t*
Esmeralda Moon, es an,,mpJ_l;
so ericas penetrante. %.?
cha. ni d>ja residuos '"'"
Mf como que la dar, resultado
SMUfat torios.
Un mtodo
elefante
de poner fin
al Pelo Seco
No corra rieigo alguno. Emplee
Brvlcrecm para su cabello. Caspa
alrededor del cuello y cantidades
electivas de pelo en el peine son
indicaciones de peligro que pueden
ser combatidas coa las vmtajat
eblu de Brylcreem.
(I) BtejsMsa v Baratara asa
O) *!
Un mssaje con Brylcreem estimula
el cuero cabelludo, foments al
crecimiento natural del pelo y
nac: desaparecer la Caspa. Sus
cenes emulsionados puna dan
nutra vida si Pelo Seco y pro-
Sircionan un brillo esplndido
o corra riesgos indebidos trata
tu cabello cea Brylcreem.
Brylcreem
e
lo mejor para 1 cabello
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Basketball de Catedral
G. P. Pje.
Mauricio .......... 1 0 1.00
O. Sosa ................ 1 0 1.000
La Mueca ........ 1 0 1.000
Don eco ......... 1 0 1.000
Surex............. 0 1 .00t
T. Sousa ...........0 1 .000
Morris ............ 1 .00C
Jantzen ........... 1 .00f
Juegos para Hoy
Surex vs ptica Sosa
A las 7.45 p.m.
Mauricio vs Taller Sousa
Atrepellando con fuerza en
los ltimos minutos de juego,
el Don eco venci anoche en
el segundo partido del doble
que ofreci la Liga de basket-
bail de Catedral en el Gimna-
sio del Maraen U Jantzen por
49 puntos a 41, para lograr su
primer triunfo en la segunda
vuelta del torneo. El Jantzen
logr empatar las acciones en el
tercer cuarto, pero en el lti-
mo tiempo jugaron bastante
alocados y el eco aprovech
para obtener la victoria. Por los
ganadores se lucieron Roberto
de la Guardia, Blas Cells y
Manchong con 10 puntos cada
uno. Juancho Daz, con 13 fu
el mayor anotador del Jantzen,
seguido de Billy Cardoze con 10.
En el primer Juego de la no-
che el Almacn La Mueca
conquist tambin su primera
victoria en la segunda mitad al
derrotar al Philip Morris 36 a
25. La Mueca fabric 12 pun-
tos en el cuarto tiempo que te
asegur el triunfo.
Cohn con 11 puntos y "Min-
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rn Surex vs ptica Sosa y
pues Taller Sousa vs Mauri
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