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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1B51
riVE CENTS
RP Gets $1,500,000 Loan
To Finish Hotel Financing
UN Maps Demilitarized Zone
Between Armies In Korea
WHERE PEACE IS THE TOPIC UN correspondents look over the meeting table at which
the ceasefire Is being discussed in the conference building In Kaesong. The UN delegates alt
In the foreground and the Communists across the table._______________________
CAPSIZED DUCK -T, U. S. engineers try to salvage an Army
"duck" which capsized and was forced against a floating
bridge near Kaesong. The accident occurred during heavy
rains which flooded the rivers near the peace-talk site.
Riots Flaring
In Red-Czech
Uranium Mine
WASHINGTON. July 27 (UP)
Underground sources report
serious rioting In the Russian-
operated uranium mine at Ja-
chymov, Czechoslovakia, the
largest uranium mine behind
the Iron Curtain.
The report cama from the
national committee for the li-
beration of Slovakia, which
claims, to have a network of
spies and. saboteurs In Czecho-
slovakia.
The rioting reportedly de-
veloped after the chief Ttusslan
enghaeer at the mine, named
Ircov, tried to speed up pro-
duction.
He told the workers most-
ly slave labor of Czech or Slo-
vak nationality that they
had to step up their output
40 per cent if they expected
to continue getting their nor-
mal food rations.
The workers rebelled at this
ultimatum and killed Ircov.
Police reinforcements rush-
ed to the scene, and in the riot
which followed 14 workers were
shot dead and 64 Injured.
PEACE CAMP, July 27. (UP)
Specific developments which
might speed the hour when troops
along the 135-mile Korean front
stop shooting emerged from to-
day's meeting of United Nations
and Communist armistice nego-
tiators at Kaesong.
Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy,
chief United Nations negotiator,
presented chief Communist ne-
gotiator North Korean" General
Nam n with two detailed maps
setting forth the United Nations
Ideas on a proper line to be drawn
between the two armies, with a
demilitarized zone separating
them.
It is understood Joy's maps
called for a ceasefire line rough-
ly along* the present battlefront,
which is almost entirely north of
the 38th parallel.
Nam H asked for a recess till
10 a.m. tomorrow so his team
could study Joy's maps.
The Communists are expected
to demand a demarcation line a-
long the 38th parallel Itself.
This would give them an enor-
mous advantage, because there Is
no defensible territory for the
Contracts Division
Established By PC
Civil Service Rule
Permits Change Of
Employment Status
A Civil Service regulation
under which United States Gov-
ernment employes in the Canal
Zone who acquire eligibility on
appropriate registers In Wash-
ington may, in some cases, ap-
ply that eligibility to position
UN close to the south of such a
line.
Today's meeting was announc-
ed as having brought agreement
In principle on "administrative
and procedural matters designed
to expedite the final achieve-
ment of a military armistice and
ceasefire." The meeting lasted an
hour and 15 minutes.
It is felt at this camp that a-
greement on the armistice and
ceasefire will be comparatively
easy once the thorny problem of
the neutral zone Is worked out.
It is also felt that a formal
ceasefire order might come be-
fore the negotiators reach agree-
ment on the final two agenda
points.
These deal with prisoners of
war and "recommendations to be
made to the governments con-
cerned on both sides."
It seems -obvious that these "re-
commendations" will cover pro-
posals for the withdrawal of for-
eign troops from Korea after the
ceasefire Is operating.
Marshall Says US Sent Allies
1600 Shiploads of Munitions
The Export-Import bank of Washington has author-
ized a loan of SI,500,000 to the Panamanian Government,
it was announced today by Minister of the Treasury Victdr
Navas.
The loan was secured to complete the financing of
the Hotel El Panam.
It will bear interest at the rate of four per cent per
annum and will be amortized in 120 equal monthly
installments.
The detailed terms and conditions of the loan will
be the subject of future-negotiations, Navas said.
Announcement of the new loan this morning stirred
speculation among informed sources that the reopening
of the Panam Trust Company could be effected within
the near future.
The chief reason for securing the loan was to allow
the hotel company to repay a debt to the Trust Company
of close to $1,000,000. It was the hotel's inability to make
this payment that contributed to the bank's closure earlier
this year.
Today bank officials expressed optimism that the
doors could be reopened soon after the payment of the
.hotel's loan.
WASHINGTON, July 27 (UP)
Defense Secretary George Mar-
shall told Congress today that
1,800 shiploads of arms have al-
ready been sent by the United
States to Allies abroad.
He said General Dwight Els-
enhower's Atlantic Pact army is
gaining real momentum.
Marshall urged the Senate For-
eign Relations Committee to ap-
prove without delay a new $8,-
500.000,000 mutual aid program in
order to meet the Communist
challenge on every front.
Marshall said fuiMs at least
a* large as the present request
will be required in the nest two
fiscal years for an overall de-
fense aid program of more than
S25,*oo,eoo,oeo.
He said this was the price of
meeting the growing threat of
Soviet tyranny and oppression,
I which aims to dominate the free
; world by force or by any other
ihey now occupy has been ex-''
plained by the U. S. Board of
Civil Service Examiners at
Balboa Heights.
Certain employes in speci-
fied professional positions may
also obtain probationary in-
stead of indefinite appoint-
ments under present regula-
tions, it was stated.
Those who wish to change
their employment status by
appointment under this regu-
lation should contact the per-
sonnel section of their em-
ploying agencies or the \ S.
Board of Civil Service Examin-
ers at Balboa Heights concern-
to be fol-
THE CASE OF KAESONG Korean ceasefire negotiations
can be hot work: and the delegates some of whom had
reason to be hot under the collar undoubtedly welcomed
this case of beer. Two North Korean soldiers are bringing
it to the ceasefire conference building in Kaesong.
When If Rains
In Pours
Within a period of three days
Ithls week Henry Aloyslus Gordon
came before the Balboa Magis-
trate's Court on four different
;harges and today he started two
months in Jail as a result.
The first charge was driving
without a license for which he
vas fined $10 two days ago. Then
e was sentenced to 80 days for
hiving an automobile belonging
o Justo D. Quiones without the
iriver's permission.
Yesterday's court session found
llm guilty of petty larceny on
wo counts. On July 20 he stole
n ash tray, a can of wax and a
ialr of pliers totalling $1.93 in
alue from an Army sedan in Co-
ozal. The next day he stole two
otton bed sheets from the same
ar. He got 15 days on each count.
ers 20 Days
cor $19 Theft
John Henry Nlles, a S5-year-
Id Panamanian, was sentenced
s 20 days in jail today on a
harge of petty larceny.
In this morning's session of the
alboa Magistrate's Court Nlles
as found guilty of stealing $19.-
5 in currency from Alfred Jem-
tott lu Balboa.
Hit-Run Driver
Leaves Helpless
Victim In CZ
Somewhere today in the
Canal Zone a bit and run
driver lurks on the loose.
His victim, a helpless crea-
ture, was found lying in front
of a grey sedan narked in the
YMCA area this morning by
The Panam American re-
porter who immediately no-
tified the police.
Rushing to the scene, a
Balboa officer of the law
verified the accident and
complete Investigation will
foUow.
The victim, with a deep
gash In its side, was a grey
cat.
The establishment of a new
Contracts and Inspection Divi-
sion has been approved by
Governor F. K. Newcomer, it
was announced yesterday at
Balboa Heights.
The new Division will be part
of the Engineering and Cons-
truction Bureau. Its head will ,
report directly to the Engineer- .m8 .th* procedures
ing and Construction Director,'10wea-
Col. George K. Withers.
The new Division will be es-
tablished because of the great-
ly Increased construction now
going on ar contemplated, par-
ticularly In connection with
the housing program on which
$80.000,000 will be pent in the
next seven to eight year per-
iod.
The Contracts and Inspection
Division will be divided Into
three branches: Area inspec-
tion, Atlantic; Area inspection.
Pacific, and Contracts.
The nucleus of the new Divi-
sion will be made up from the
Contracts and
Employes affected by the re-
gulation are:
1) those in competitive posi-
tions whose appointments were
not made as a result of an ex-
amination for the position they
occupy; and
2) those In accepted positions
similar to positions
Detamore Case
Set For Sept. 4
The case against American un-
for which dertaker Wayne Detamore was
the registers are maintained on continued today until Sept. 4.
which the employes have eligi- Originally, a plea was to be en-
blllty. tered at the U.S. District Court
at Ancon this morning.
The only registers from whjch Detamore did not appear in
such appointments may be court.
made are those maintained by Detamore faces a charge of
I n s p e ction tne central office of the Civil conspiracy In connection with
branch which has for the past Service Commission In Wash- the "caskets case."
ington from which certifica- -
tions are made to departamen-
tal positions.
to the Far East, Marshall re-
vealed.
The equipment so far shipped
Includes more than 4,500 tanks
and combat vehicles, 2,900 major
artillery pieces, 900 planes and
more than 190 naval vessels.
Other' equipment included
19,000 general purposes vehicles,
together with small arms, bazoo-
kas, ammunition and other
equipment.
He said: "In order to ensure
that the Latin American re-
publics wilt be able to take a
more active role In the defense
of the Western Hemisphere a
program of military grant aid
is recommended.
"This program when consum-
mated will provide for a structure
which associates the military and
strategical resources of the other
Latin American republics with
those of the United States.
"It will assure the delivery of
essential strategic materials and
will assist the Latin American na-
tions in the performance of he-
misphere defense tasks."
Another slash In
Auto Production
Ordered In U.S.
WASHINGTON, July 27 (UP)
The Government today order-
ed another five per cent cut in
the production of automobiles
and other civilian goods during
the last three months of the
current year.
This will mean a total slash
of 40 per cent below pre-Korea
the Middle East and 210.000 tons I level for cars, and 35 per cent
for other durable consumer
i-oods such as refrigerators,
washing machines, televi s 1 o n
sets and furniture.
The reductions were disclosed
by Defense Production Admin-
istrator Manly Flelschmann In
announcing allotments of steel,
copper and aluminum for mil-
itary, defense-supporting and
civilian production In the fourth
quarter of the current year.
Even with the reduction the
automobile industry will produce
5.400,000 cars in 1951 for its
second biggest year ever.
In 1950 the Industry built 6,-
600.000 cars.
Panama Halts 6 Ships
On Contraband Runs
Marshall said any delay in the
appropriation would mean that
Elsenhower would not have the
trained and equipped forces on
which he is basing his plans.
"It is the security of the United
States, as well as our Allies, which
is at stake."
He said that by the end of last
month the United States had
shipped more than 1,600,000 tons
of military equipment to Allied
countries.
Additional aircraft and naval
vessels were delivered under their
own power.
Shipments thus far are valued
at more than $1,000,000,000.
The bulk of the total875,000
tonshas gone to Atlantic Pact
countries.
Some 415,000 tons have gone to
WASHINGTON, July 27 (UP)
Senator Herbert R. O'Conor
said today that Panama has act-
ed to prevent ships of its huge
merchant fleet from carrying
cargo to Communist ports in
Asia.
He said the Panamanian Em-
bassy told him that Panama
would revoke the registry of any
of Its ships destined for Red Chi-
na rfr North Korea and added
that Panamanian consulates all
over the world have been ordered
to examine the papers of ships
headed for Red ports and cancel
their Panamanian registry If
shipowners refused to unload
cargo.
The Panamanian Embassy sta-
ted these orders were only the
first step to preventing the use of
the Panamanian flag to smuggle
strategic materials behind the
Iron Curtain. A general decree
governing Panamanian ships
would be Issued soon in Panama.
O'Conor revealed that the new
Panamanian crackdown had al-
ready prevented six ships from
sailing. Two ships have been
with a 1,900 tonnage and the Pa-
namanian ship Taluei of 900 tons
were freed this week by Nation-
alist Formosa.
SUll detained was the 300-ton
Panamanian ship Rosita. Crew-
men said the Nationalists took:
400 tons of cargo from the Mol-
ler and about 600 from the Har-
dy. Both ships were out of Foo-
chow, bound for Shanghai when
they were detained last week.
The cargo of the Taluei waa
robbed by pirates who carried the
Nationalist flag on the Cheklanje
coast south of Shanghai. Xh
crewmen said the NatlonaJtot*
treated them wen.'
Pakistan-India
War Looms
KARACHI, Pakistan. July- 27
(UP). War clouds darkehed
Karachi. Pakistan and two at | zatlon oI part 0l tne naUonal
guard, and the enforcement of
me oenaie oud- special pc.Wers for civil defense.
Committee on export controls | ^ ;. were to meet an
se-
Hamburg. Germany.
O'Conor heads the Senate Sub-
!^^*PJffii225 2C.M.alleged threat to Pakistan
the flow of strategic materials
behind the. Iron Curtain. He
previously denounced the use of
Panamanian ships in the East-
West trade and noted that some
Panamanian ships that had been
carrying cargoes for Red ports
were rumored to be owned by
United States citizens.
Meanwhile In Hong Kong it was Stan's safety,
reported that two British and one
Panamanian ship will arrive In
Formosa after having been inter-
cepted>nd detained by National-
ist Chinese and pirates who mis-
appropriated a large quantity of
their cargo which was being
transported between Red-occix-
pled ports.
The British ships Josephine
Moller. 1,200 tons, Admiral Hardy
curlty from India.
Practice blackouts and other
defense trials have already been
carried out in some interior
cities.
"Defense Day" is being ob-
served in this capital today. All
shops are closed and special
prayers are being said for Pa-
Meanwhile commentators In
New Delhi said Indian Prima
Minister Jawaharlal Nehru waa
not likely to accept an Invita-
tion from Pakistani Prime Min-
ister Llaquat All Khan for a
peace talk meeting in Karachi.
The Pakistani invitation waa
conditional on the withdrawn!
of Indian troop concentrations
from the Pakistan frontier.
US Reprint Slurs Evita;
Editor Lands In Jail
LIMA. July 27 (UP)Lenidas
Rivera. 56, editor of the weekly
magazine "Buen Humor," was
sentenced to four months in pri-
son and fined $455 today for
."compromising Peru's foreign
relations" by reprinting an ar-
ticle from a United States mag-
azine on how Eva Peron influ-
ences Argentina
year been part of the Engineer-
ing Division.
Its offices were moved this
week to Room 336 on the third
floor of the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.
Fortunes Lost Fast
On London 'Change
LONDON, July 27 (UP)There
were scenes of wild confusion In
the London Stock market today.
Fortunes were lost In short
hours.
The market was reacting to a
new proposal by Chancellor of
the Exchequer Hugh Gaitskell
for a three-year control over div-
idends.
Tens of millions of pounds
sterling were clipped from shares.
Bethlehem Steel
Working On Atom
Energy For Ships
NEW YORK. July 27
The Bethlehen Steel
(UP)
British Newsmen
Peek Behind Reds
Peiping Give
Bamboo Curtain
By Earnest Huberecbt
Winning ton said Pelplng
thought the Kaesong conference
KAESONG, Korea, July 27 (UP) would produce an armistice, and
A newsman fresh from Peiping was determined that it should,
tin in thViuw today reported a general feeling He said the Korean war "was ne-
of atomfc e to run shtos >there that the Korean truce tal.l2 ver PPular ^e." but hastened
and submartoir sSeSrdina to'wU1 u*eed and a Communist to add that the Chinese call for
In announcement ufed todlv determination that they shall volunteers' for Korea produced
bv SieKin president of succeed. 10 to 20 times as many men as
Two British Commonwealth the Army wanted.
the company's board.
Grace said that the company's ;
scientists are working in col-; tlations.
Burchett said that althougn he
needed a military pass to travel
through some parts of Commun-
ist China, he had "freedom of
movement."
He said the Chinese entered
the Korean war "because they
thought the Americans were pre-
paring to Invade China, having
followed the Japanese
Wilmington was asked by a
British correspondent how he felt
when he saw British prisoners of
war being brought In by the Chi-
nese.
"That is a difficult question to
answer." he replied. "My first
. feeling Is that they are extreme-
invasion ly unfortunate people who should
nationals arrived from Peiping Burchett. who said he had been route through Korea." not have been sent here In the
with Red reporters for the nego- In China "this time only six He praised the Communist ad- first place. Then I reel tnati
They were Allan Win- months," said they left Peiping a ministration of China, claiming should help them all lean, toji
In the House of Commons yes"- Fabor'aTion with 'otheVgrops"on nlngton of the "London Daily week ago. They traveled by train the food situation had Improved, consists P'*"^ ..''iX*
terday Gaitskell called for su- the atomicTedero protect He Worker" and Wilfred Burchett of most of the way and by truck the Reports of big famines and mass messages through to their relt
preme efforts to prevent infla- retused to reveal any details Melbourne. Australia, and the nal stretch, being "bothered by execution he called "pure non- tives.
uon from wrecking Britain's, Paris newspaper "Ce Solr." Both American planes." sense."
arms program. I Bethlehem is one of the papers are Commuhlst. "The Chinese are anxious for a When one of the newsmen ask-
He said Britain planned to re-' largest ship building company's I The correspondents from Pelp- ceasefire, but are worried about ed where he got an army belt he pondents and asaea.
view and p.nbably reduce its dol-1 in the United States and at Ing gave Allied reporters a peek their frontiers." he. said "I be- was wearing he replied: stateside'' Are
lar import program to overcome present has work pending valued i behind the Bamboo Curtain as lleve there is goodwill on the "I was wfth the Americans In How are t^*8"/*5'?' ~I
the substantial deficit in gold at $250,000.000 in orders for new I Communist' China Is seen Chinese side. They are hoping the Second World War. Were you prices still going up u
and dollar balances now facing ships the malorlty non-mil-, through the eyes of newamen and expecting be ceasefire will thinking I perhaps got It from. neas stron *no"*n..Vf, DreaK "
w Uficnn there materialize" Drtsoner?" the peace conference?
He turned to American corree-
the country
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New Superintendent
Violet Corrington has been
appointed Panagra's new Flight
Service Superintendent.
M. S. "Grote Beer"
Due With Dutch Immigrants
Local agent for the Grote
Beer. C. B. Fen ton and Company,
a Royal Netherlands Government
ship, announced that she Is due
to arrive August 30 from Holland
with 500 Dutch immigrants a-
board lor New Zealand. There
will also be 300 Dutch immigrants
bound for Austra \
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Pan Amerlcan-v..-e Airways
Vice-President Arrives
Thomas J. Klrkland, Vice-Pre-
sident of Pan American-Grace
Airways (Operation) left Lima
yesterday for Panama. He will
make a two-day inspection visit
here.
Panagra's Representative
Returns from Lima
Harold J. Eoy, Panacra Senior
Representative In Panama re-
turned last night after attending
a Sales Manager's meeting In Li-
ma.
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Foreign Investments
in Coioinuia itemized
The current issue of the Pacl-
ilc bnlpper points out mat lust
returns irom the survey of for-
eign investments in Colomola
snow tnai at uie end of May, laai
mey stood at Siib.v million.
o i the total. S235 million was In
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na and S1U2.7 In various other
irade enterprises.
TERRYA
WET FOXHOLE
JACOBY ON BRIDOt
Bx VMV.U.1) JAIOBJ
Written for NEA Service
One of the features of the
bridge season In recent years has
been the big rubber bridge tour-
nament held for the benefit of
the Children's Memorial Cancer
Fund. Thousands of dollars are
raised each year for this worthy
charity, giving New York's bridge
players and chairman Leo Le-
ventrltt good reason fo ra glow of
pride.
One of the most exciting hands
in this year's tournament came
on an "extra" hand. Both sides
were tied at the end of the nor-
mal eight hands, and one addi-
tional hand was dealt out as a
play-off. The round would be
won by whichever side got a plus
score on this one hand.
The bidding was highly com-
petitive, but also very tense. Nei-
ther side, could afford to get stuck
with a contract that could be set.
South finally became declarer
at four spades, after much agon-
ized Indecision about whether or
not to let the opponents try to
make four hearts. West might
have made that contract, but It
would have been a very close
struggle.
West opened the nine of clubs
against four spades. East cover-
ed with the ten. and 8outh won
with the ace. South then proceed-
ed to run off all of his seven
spades. This created great pro-
blems for the defenders.
West's first discard was the
jack of hearts, showdlng the na-
ture of his holding In the suit. As
son as East failed to follow on
the fourth round of trumps, each
defender could count declarer's
trump suit. It was apparent that
he could win seven trumps, the
ace of clubs, and dummy's ace of
diamonds. The defense had to
make sure that no tenth trick
developed.
When South led his last trump.
West came down" to' two dia-
monds and three hearts, while
dummy reduced to three dia-
monds and two clubs. East could
save only five cards and had to
choose the right ones. With a dis-
card still to be made, East held
two hearts, two diamonds and two
clubs.
The East player happened to
be my friend Fred Shelnwold. so
the right decision was madebut
only after much head shaking
and muttering. He discarded the
queen of clubs.
When declarer then led a club,
Sheinwold took the king while
his partner discarded a diamond.
Now three hearts could be run to
defeat the contract.
Note that if Shelnwold had dis-
carded a diamond, South could
have led the queen of diamonds
to produce the vital tenth trick.
If East had discarded a low
heart, he could have been put in
with a heart or a club to lead dia-
monds at the end. And If East
had discarded the ace of hearts.
South could have led a heart to
make West lead away from bis
diamonds at the end.
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thumous award of the Distinguished Service Cross for his
son, Sergeant George H. Paine, deceased, from Lt. Gen. Wil-
lis D. Crittenberger. now commanding the 1st Army at Ft.
Devens, Mass. SRt. Paine was mortally wounded in action
in Korea on November 30. 1950. He was born in Ancon and
attended Canal Zone Schools. His father retired from Canal
service two years ago. Also present at the ceremony were
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with her husband and five-year-old son. William Barrett III.
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'Backwards Dance'
Saturday Night
At Balboa YMCA
A hilarious lime Is in store for
all O.I. 'guys'- and GSO "gals" at
the "Backwards Dance" sched-
uled for Saturday evening at the
Balboa Armed Services YMCA.
In. keeping with che dance
theme, the hostesses will come
dressed backwards and prizes are
offered for the most unusual cos-
tumes with servicemen as judges.
From start to llnish this dance
will go backwards and a full eve-
ning of laughs Is promised.
Music will be furnished by
"Zez" Bennett's Swlngsters. Mar-
ried servicemen are reminded
that wives are cordially invited.
Guest passes should be secured
in advance from Mrs. Linares,
Program Director or at the YMCA
Information Desk.
Girls who are not regular re-
gistered hostesses at the YMCA
will only be admitted by a guest
pass secured in advance of Sat-
urday and sponsored by a YMCA
hostess.
The refreshment table will be
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LTJG Charles O. Qllsson. Jr.,
USN, son of Captain and Mrs.
[Charles O. Ollsson. USN, of 3733
Massachusetts Ave., N.W.. was
recently designated a naval avia-
tor after successfully completing
his flight training, according to
a 15th Naval District announce-
ment. He has frequtntly visited
his parents here.
LTJO Glisson began his flight
training in January of 1950 when
he entered Pre-Flight school at
the Naval Air Statjon. Pensacola.
There, he completed military,
academic and physical training
and was advanced to basic train-
ing. Before receiving his wings,
LTJG Glisson completed four
months advanced training at
Corpus Christi, Texas and quali-
fied aboard the carrier USS Mon-
terey In combat type aircraft.
A graduate of the U.S. Naval
Academy, LTJG Glisson served on
the destroyers, USS Learv and
USS Bordejon before entering
naval aviation. After receiving
jet training at Kingsville. Texas,
and all weather flight training
at Corpus Christi, he will report
for duty in the Pacific.
Murder Indictments
Follow Fatality
On Picket Line
SUMMERVILLE, Ga.. July 27,
(UP) Murder indictments were
returned yesterday against 10
persons charged with causing the
death of a non-striker during
picket line violence at the Berry-
ton Mills here June 18.
Pickets overturned the car in
which Mrs. Nellie Tucker was
riding to work and she was
crushed beneath the machine
when she tried to escape.
Four women were included in
the murder indictments returned
by the Chattooga county grand
Jury.
All those named were members
of the Textile Workers Union
(CIO).
The grand jury also indicted a
striker on charges of demolish-
ing the home of a non-striker
with a dynamite blast June 13.
The strike at Berryton Mills
ended unofficially on July 11
when the TWU notified the com-
pany that it was readv for its
workers to return to work.
However, the management has
refused to rehire the strikers and
has employed some replacements
The union, in the meantime, has
filed a petition for injunction in
the courts charging that the
company failed to carry out a
previous back-to-work agree-
ment.
Executive Committee
Of Legion Meets
Sunday in Gamboa
There will be a meeting Sunday
morning of the Department Exe-
cutive Committee of the Ameri-
can Legion to appoint the var-
ious Department Committee
chairmen for the coming year.
A definite program of commu-
nity projects will be discussed
and plans formulated for getting
them into operation.
Department officers and past
Department CommamJers are al-
so asked to attend.
The meeting will be held Pt the
Chagres River Post home. Gam-*
boa. Canal Zone at 9:00 a.m.
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Libeled In Zone
John E. Hushing, U. S. Marshal
for the Canal Zone yesterday re-
leased the M-V Repblica de Co-
lombia which had been attached
in an admiralty suit for $40,000. A
bond has been posted In New
York by the owners.
The ship is going in tow to New
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Ramirez. Van Siclen and De Cas-
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who filed suit.
The Colombia was atached last
week when the libelant claimed
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FRIDAY. JLY 17, lMll
Red Sox Outslug White Sox To Tie With Yankees
Vollmer Clouts 3 Homers;
Indians Wallop N.Y. 9-4
By United Press
NEW YORK, July 27 Clyde Vollmer smashed three
nomers in one game to give the Red Sox the "rubber game"
over the White Sox 13-10 at Boston yesterday.
Meanwhile, the Indians won the concluding game of
the series against the Yankees at the Yankee Stadium 9-4
but once again they failed to stop Johnny Mize who clout-
ed his eighth homer.
Here's how the frantic Amerl-. ol the year lor pitcher Don New-
can League race stood: the Yan-
kees first by .002, the Red Sox sec-
ond by one game and the In-
dians third by two and one-half
sanies over the fourth place
White Sox.
Voilnier treated 21,679 Boston-
Jan* to an exhibition in the hec-
tie Red Sox-White Sox wlndup.
le walloped his 15th homer in
he first inning with one on, his
46th in the fifth with none on
>nd topped it off with his 17th
3n the sixththis time with two
or
. The last circuit mash broke a
40-'0 tie in a pitchers' nightmare
"and ended the scoring.
. The veteran Ellis Kinder
* pitched the last three and one-
2 third innings for the Red Sox,
* allowing only two hits in scor-
* ing his seventh win against one
lossand it was his 17th conse-
* cutive victory over the White
* Sox. Harrv Dorish was the los-
combe and it stretched their lead
to nine and one-half games over
the second place Olants.
Roy Campanella led the
Dodgers' 12-hit attack with his
17th homer of the year and a
double.
The Braves beat the Reds, 8-2,
at Cincinnati In a battle for fifth
pla.ce in the National League.
Righthander Vern Blckford hurl-
ed a shutout for eight innings,
weakened in the ninth but won
his eleventh game. The Braves'
Bob Elliott hit a roundtripper.
Ken Johnson blanked the Car-
dinals, 7-0, for his second
I straight whitewash victory as
I the Phillies threaten to take over
! third place from the Cards. The
; game was a night contest at St.
i Louis.
The Giants and Pirates were
! not scheduled.
Saturday's
Program
1st Race "F-l" NativesH Fgs.
Purse: $275.09Pool Closes 12:45
First Race of the Doubles
1Bfalo K. Flores 118
2Cacique D. D'Andrea 118
3Pregonero G. Grael 120
4Resorte J. Cadogen 120
5Vlllarreal J. Avila 120
6Opex B. Agulrre 114
7-Embustero J. Baeza, Jr. 117x
8Cafetal M. Hurley 116
9Baru V.Castillo 110
2nd Race "F-l" Natives 7 Fgs-
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 1:15
Second Race of the Doubles
1Politico M. Hurley 115
2La Suerte C. Chavez lOlx
3Torcaza J. Rodriguez 115
4Hercules G. Grael 112
5Tap Dancer J. Avila 120
6Fonseca B. Agulrre 120
7Rio Mar G. Sanchez 114
3rd Race "C" Natives 1 Mile
Purse: $325.00 Pool Closes 1:45
One-Two
1Duque
2Filigrana
3Stefia
4Mueco
5Taponazo
6Arqulmedes
R. Ycaza 99x
J. Phillips 120
K. Flores 114
J. Chuna 109x
A. Mena 112
B. Pulido 116
7Mr. Espinosa M. Hurley 110
er.
* The Red Sox' Ted Williams and I
torn DIMaggio and the White Opening day of the ladies' rlng-
o-' Eddie Robinson also horn- er tournament got off to a fine
er< ; i start last Snnday when 14 ladies
'I. p. Yankees-Indians finale | came out to enter this tourna-
atart?d as a duel between "no- : ment. Interest in he game of golf
hit artists'" Bob Feller and Allie ; is certainly spreading among the
levnolds and mded as a 22-hit: fairer sex, as evidenced by the
4th Race "F-2" Natives6',a Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 2:20
Quiniela
------rr;------r-; ; 1El Indio C. Iglesias 110
Along The Fairways fcSBU, '-fftfi ft*
4Eclipse J. Sama niego 112
5Mlguelito C. Bovil 114
6Singapore B. Pulido 112
7Campesino G.Cruz 115
8Diosa E. Campbell 107x
9Miranda J. Cadogen 119
10Cosa Linda A. Mena 116
-<>arude. The Yankees practically
jjuined their chances with five er-
rors.
The Yankees' Cliff Mapes and
Yogi Berra and the Indians' Dale
Mitchell also homered. Feller,
with relief by Lou Brissie. gained
his 15th victory of the season and
223rd of his career.
The Tigers rapped Mickey Har-
ris for three runs in the eighth
Inning to beat the Senators, 6-3,
at Washington. Dizzy Trout scor-
ed his fourth victory in relief, al-
lowing one hit over the final four
hinings.
The Browns brat the Athletics.
8-4, in a Philadelphia night game
ending Morris Martin's string of
live victories and handing the
Athletics their seventh straight
defeat. The Browns' Matt Batt.s
homered.
NATIONAL LEAGL'E
The senior circuit race became
Just a shade more lopsided as the
Dodgers whipped the Cubs, 9-1.
at Chicago, it was the Dodgers'
aixth straight win. their third
in a row over the Cubs, the 14th
followhin golfers who entered
this, their first tournament: Mrs.
Daisy Tettenburn. Jean Kieswet-
ter, Mrs. Evelyn Nameth, Pearl
Strauser and SFC Ada Brackbill.
Best score for the opening play
was made by Pearl Trim and
Louise Reynolds who tied at 91.
Following the play, a lovely
luncheon was served in the Board
of Governors room. Most hearti-
ly welcomed back to ths Isthmus
and to Summit was Mrs. Louise
Hartnian who came out for the
luncheon. Louise is looking parti-
cularly fine after a seven-month
stay in the United States.
Lady members of Summit are
reminded that even though they
did not get out on Sunday to start
in this ourney, that they may still
come out and enter. A 50-cent
entrance fee is all that Is requir-
ed, which mav be left with the
manager of the club. Scores will
be posted on the score sheet on
the bulletin board by the player
after each play. This tournament
will extend through Sept. 1. after
which fine prizes will be given to
the successful contestants.
5th Race "F" Imported6'2 Fgs.
Purse: $500.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1Own Power i R. Kellman 120
2Flambaro) B. Moreno 115
3Guarina K. Flores 120
4(Uncle James J. Phillips 112
5(Gaywood V. Ortega 120
6(Montmartrei F. Rose 120
7Piragua R. Gomez 120
8Carmela II A. Soto 120
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6th Race "G" Imported 1 Mile
Purse: $450.00 Pool Closes 3:35
First Race of the Doubles
1Lacey J. Samaniego 110
2Caribe G. Sanchez 110
3Rose Hip J. Phillips 120
4Astoria C. Bovil 120
5Scotch Chum A Mena 110
6Levadura B. Pulido 114
7Beduino R Ycaza 115
8Sismo A. ngulo 117x
9Prestigio A. Soto 111
10Haydn
K. Flores 110
7th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1Fangio R. Gomez 120
2Sun Cheer V. Ortega 110
3Manhattan E. Campbell 106x
4Agradecida R. Ycaza 109x
5Apprise K. Flores 112
6Batt. Cloud B. Agulrre 112
7El Mago A. Soto 113
8Nehuinco G. Sanchez 108
8th Race '1-1* Imported61; Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 4:40
Quiniela
1Rossoning K Flores 120
2Rinty
3Alfonsito
4Secuestro
5rabe
8 Poleckas
7Armeno
A. Mena 120
C. Ycaza 113
J. Avllal20
A. Bazan 120
B. Agulrre 120
B. Pulido 120
8Dora's Time J. Phillips 120
9th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes 5:15
One-Two
1Alabarda V. Rodriguez 105x
2Apretador K. Flores 110
3Bendigo F. Rose 106
4Lacnico M. Hurley 120
5Pincel
6Mon Etolle
A. Phillips 120
V. Arauz 112
Walcott Was Long
His Championship.
Overdue, And So Was
For He Larruped Louis
American League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.B.
95 35 .811
New York.
Boston .
Cleveland.
Chicago. .
Detroit .
Washington 41
Philadelphia 36
St. Louis 29 62 .319 2" i
S6 36 .609
55 37 .598 1
54 41 .568 3!4
41 47 .466 13
51 . 15
58 .383 21
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at New York (N).
Cleveland at Boston (N).
Detroit at Philadelphia (N).
St. Louis at Washington (N).
REST PERIODOn Up of the
deserved reat. With the
Last of three dispatches on the
remarkable human Interest story
that Is Jersey Joe Walcott.
oOo
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Sports Editor
NEW YORK, July 27 (NEA>
Mushky Jackson dispels the le-
gend that Jersey Joe Walcott
knocked Joe Louis down at Lake-
wood, N. J., in early June of 1936,
when the Brown Bomber was
preparing for his first and disas-
trous duel with Max Schmellng.
.Joe half slipped. That was
all," says Jackson, who hustled
sparring partners for Louis.
"Walcott refused to go another
round for $25. so I chased him out
of the camp.''
The honest Jersey Joe has gone
along with the other end of the
story because it was good bally-
hoo and business.
And the incident happened in
Walcott's lean days, and with
conditions getting no better rap-
Idly.
Things did not pick up for Wal-
cott until Felix Bocchlcchlo and
opportunity poked their heads
through the hole in the door of
his broken-down Mefchantvllle,
N. J., home Just before Christmas
of 1944.
TOOK LOUIS' OVERFLOW
The wrinkles out of hie stom-
ach and food assured for his fam-
ily, Walcott won eight consecu-
tive matches, but the more im-
portant money wasn't here and
he was making little headway,
and even then time was running
out on this remarkable man.
So Bocchlcchio boldly set out
7Gran Dla
8Hit
9Bosforo
J.Rodriguez 120
A. Soto 120
G. Sanchez 114
10th Race "D" Imported7 Fgs.
Purse: $600.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1Sans Soucl A. Bazan 112
2Chacabuco
3Tropicana
4Mosqueton
5Riding East
M. Hurley 115
B. Agulrre 112
A. Solo 118
R. Ycaza 102x
6The Dauber i B. Moreno 108
7Wild Wire J. Rodriguez 114
8 -Fright J. Phillips 110
11th Race "A" Natives 7
Purse: $375.00
1Amazona
2Baby Roi
3Don Pitln
4Tully Saba
Ft.
R Ycaza
B. Agulrre
G. Ramos 102x
A. Bazan 119
103x
124
rorld after SI year of nghting, Jersey J Walcott takes a rlchly-
lew heavyweight champUa la Trainer Dan Florio. (NEA)
billed as a 10-round, no-decislon
exhibition. It finally was put on
over the 13-round championship
distance and to a decision only
because a heavyweight tltlehold-
er brings his crown along every
time he's in the ring with six-
ounce gloves on his dnkes. A Buf-
falo firm tried to rent the soles of
Walcott's shoes as advertising
space when LoVils made his toes
turn up.
Walcott floored Louis in the
first round and again in the
fourth, punched his ears off.
Referee Ruby Goldstein voted
for Walcott, but the Judges gave
It to Louis, causing considerable
wonder as to which fight they
were looking at.
Walcott won the champioashlp
that night Just as surely as Louis
knocked him deader than yester-
day's newspaper In the 11th
round six months' later.
Jersey Joe Walcott was long
overdue when he clipped Ezzard
Charles with the left hook, and
so was his championship.
Navy Sports
Joe Louis
Bisard Charles
to send Old Man Walcott against
potential championship challen-
gers whom Louis ignored. One
was Curtis Sheppard, the Hatch-
et Man. The venerable Jersey Joe
put a lily In his hand in the 10th
round in Baltimore. He outfenc-
ed cutie Lee Oma.
Early in 1946, Louis predicted
that Jimmy Blvlns would be the
next champion. Louis gave the
chill to a $100,000 offer to fight
him in Cleveland. Walcott floored
Bivins, handed him a lacing.
"Somebody would get hurt. I'm
not going to box Violent Ray in
any exhibition," said Louis, Wal-
cott dropped a close decision to
and then repelled the former al-
ligator wrestler. Walcott came
back to twice repulse Joey Maxim
after the present light-heavy-
weight leader took a highly-de-
batable decision from him.
IT WAS A GOOD EXHIBITION
Yet Walcott was so lightly re-
garded that his first match with
Louis, Dec. 5, 1947, was at first
KIDNEYS
ACIDS
MUST
CLEAN
OUT
Tour body cleans out exesss Acids
and poisonous wuttH in your blood
thru 9 million tiny dcllcat* Kidney tubes -
or niters. Poisons In the Kidneys or
Bladder may make you surfer irons
strong;, cloudy urine. Qetllnf up Nights.
Nervousness. Let; Pains, Circles L'ndei
(yes, Backache, A. hlug Joints, Acidity
or burning passage. Cystsx, now Im-
ported from the I .8. A., starts working
promptly, helps make you feel younger,
stronger, better In 1 ways: 1. Hslpa
vour kidneys clean out poisonous acids.
I. Combats germs In the urinary system.
I. Soothes and calms Irritated tissue
Ask your druggist for Cystex toda/,
lee how aulcklv It mav helo sou.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 340 002 00010 14 2
Boston 520 033 OOx13 17 1
Dobson. Aloma, Gumpert (7-S>,
Dorish and Sheely, Masl; Nixon,
Wight, Stobbs (8-4), Kinder and
Evans.
Cleveland 040 103 0109 13 0
New York 000 220 0004 9 5
Feller (15-3), Brissie and He-
gan; Reynolds (ll-6>, Overmlre
and Berra.
Detroit 100 101 0306 13 0
Washingt'n 000 030 0003 4 0
Cain, Gray, Trout (4-11) and
Robinson, Swift; Hudson, Harris
(5-5) and Grasso, Guerra.
The Fifteenth Naval District
Tennis Tournament provided
some t hrllllng moments' for both
participants and spectators as/
the initial rounds of singles coni-
petltion were completed over last
week end.
In the first round held Satur-
day, July 21, M. L. Lilleboe tou-
ped L. . Hengel 6-1 and 6-0 to
take the first match. After drop-
ping the first set 4-6, C. O. Rob-
ins bounced back to take the next
two 6-2 and 6-4 to win the deci-
sion over J. E. Lepetich in the
second match. In the third match
of the day. J. W. Hale defeated
P. E. Plckard 6-2 and 6-2 while
the fourth and final match saw
C. O. Robins pounding out an-
other victory bv defeating Bal-
horn 6-3 and 6-3.
The second round of singles
held Sunday, July 22, consisted
of only one match wherein J. W.
Hale stopped Halnes in a hard
fought contest 6-1 and 7-5.
Another round of singles com-
petition will be held at the WV*
teenth Naval District Headquar-
ters tennis court on Saturday.
July 28, with the final round to
be held on Sunday, July 29.
Doubles competition will start
tomorrow with the final round
scheduled for Sunday.
(Night Game)
8t. Louis............ 6
Philadelphia.......... 4
Recent Ring Upsets
Gives Brion 'Chance1
Against Joe Louis
SAN FRANCISCO. July 27 (UP)
Prize ring uncertainty support-
ed by the recent string of upsets
caused price seekers to rate a
"chance" to handsome Cesar Bri-
on, the rugged Argentine heavy-
weight who meets Joe Louis here
next Wednesday.
Brion arrived in San Francisco
a week ago and has had daily
drills at Newsman's Gym. Louis,
who holds a decision over the 24-
year-old South American, says
Brion Is a "dangerous fighter
with a good left hook. Ha can
move faat."
The Brown Bomber apparently
has taken Jersey Joe Walcott's
upset win over Ezzard Charles
With thought. Louis has been
earnestly trading punches with
several top local heavyweights
and appears in much better con-
dition than when he fought An-
dy Walker here earlier this year.
Mannle Seamon, Louis' trainer,
concedes Brion has improved
since he last met Louis but adds,
"Joe's legs are good, his wind is
good and he can punch. He is a
faster, sharper fighter than he
was six months ago."
National League
TEAMS Won
Brooklyn . 59
New York. 51
St. Louis . 48
Philadelphia 46
Boston ... 43
Cincinnati 43
Chicago. . 38
Pittsburgh 37
Lost s*ct. <;
St .648
43 .543 1
.5M
44
46
45
46
41
56
1)
.500 1314
.489 14',
.483 IS
.429 19U
.396 2214
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Pittsburgh'(N..
Brooklyn at St. Louis (N).
New York at Cincinnati (N),
Philadelphia at Chicago.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn
Chicago
Newcombe (14-4) and Campal
nella; Lown (2-6), Kllppstelii
Hatten and Burgess.
000 100 3239 12
100 000 0001 7
Boston
Cincinnati
012 000 1026
000 000 0022
Blckford (11-7), Chlpman anJ
Cooper; Blackwell (10-9), Perl
kowski, Erautt and Howrl|
Scheffing.
(Night Game)
Philadelphia.......... 7
St. Louis............ 0
Juan Franco Tips
BY "CLOCKER"
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2Riomar
3Arqnimedes'
4Caaveral
5Uncle James (e)
6Levadura
7Fangio
8Armeno
9Hit
10The Dauber (e)
11Baby Roi
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RACES SATURDAY and SUNDAY

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ONE-TWO
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COLON:
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SATURDAY'S STELLAR RACE
10th Race liD" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Purse: 8600.00 Pool Closes: 5:40 p.m.
1. SANS SOUCI..............A. Bazn 112
2. CM ACABU CO.........____M. Hurley 115
3. TROPICANA ............. B. Aguirre 112
4. MOSQUETON...............A. Soto 118
5. (RIDING EAST..............R. Ycaza 102x
6. (THE DAUBER............B. Moreno 108
7. WILD WIRE............J. Rodriguez 114
8. FRIGHT.................J. Phillips 110
SUNDAYS FEATURE RACES
5th Race "B" Importeds 1 Mile
Purse: 750.00 Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.
7. FULL....................K. Flores 7 77
2. (ROYAL COUP............C. Iglesias 122
3. (NEWMINSTER............B. Moreno 114
4. MICROBIO...............E. Sihera 104
5. FAIR CHANCE............B. Aguirre 110
10th Race "C" Importeds 1 Mile
Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes: 5:40 p.m.
7. (GORSEWOOD.............C. Iglesias 112
2. (MR. FOOT...............B. Moreno 110
3. CHERIBERIBIN............B. Pulido 114
4. CURACA .................K. Flores 116
5. PARAGON............... B. Aguirre 110
6. ALTO ALEGRE...........G. Snchez 112
7. GRIS......................Soto 115
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IDA*. JULY 17. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
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Bradley Players To Be Asked To Appear Before Grand Jury
J J JL JL J %/
Assistant N.Y. D.A. Asks
Players To Waive Immunity
NEW YORK, Jnly 27 (UP). The five Bradley university
basketball players who confessed they accepted bribes to fix
games have been asked to testily before the New York Grand
Jury.
Assistant New York District Attorney Vincent O'Connor, who
is investiatlnit the bribery scandal at the Bradley campas in
I'eoria, Illinois, says he asked the players to waive immunity
and appear in New York. O'Connor made the request at a meet-
ing with the playersGene Melchiorre, Bill Mann, Aaran Preece,
Bud Groyer and Jim Kelly.
O'Connor says he expects to get an answer to the request
from their lawyer, John Sullivan, tomorrow.
If the players refuse to sjo to New York voluntarily, O'Con-
nor says he will take their case to the New York Grand Jury.
Re will have them indicted, and then ask Illinois Governor Adlai
Stevenson to extradite them to New York.
O'Connor says New York authorities believe the Bradley case
should be handled the same as those involving; New York play-
ers who were trapped in scandals earlier this year.
"It makes no difference to us that these boys are from out
of New York." savs O'Connor."
O'Connor says onlv one of the alleged fixed carnes was play-
ed in New York, but he adds that a conspiracy to rig another
came was plotted there.
Earlier, O'Connor charged that gambler Nick Englisis was so
braten in his dealings with the Bradley players that he once had
a room connecting theirs during a trip to New York. The New
York investigator says Englisis attended most of Bradley's games
both at home in Peoria and on the road.
The assistant D. A. also is waiting to question two other
members of Bradley's team last seasonlong-shot artist Fred
Schlichtman and Paul Unruh. O'Connor emphasized that no
charges have been filed against either player, but- he wants to
talk to them in the hope that thev may shed new light on the
bribe case. Schlichtman was on vacation in Michigan at the
time the scandal broke and is now en route to Peoria. Unruh,
who was at Camp Breckinridge, Kentucky, is expected in Peoria
this Sunday to be married.
FELIX
Tivoli Ave. BRANCH STORE
DRASTIC REDUCTIONS on
DRESSES
DURING OUR 4TH ANNIVERSARY SALE
TUESDAY JULY 31 ST.
Walcott, Charles
Return May Be Held
In Chicago Sept. 28
NEW YORK, July 27 (UP)
The return bout between Heavy-
weight Champion Joe Walcott
and Ezzard Charles may be held
In Chicago on September 28.
That comes from President
Jim Norrls of the International
Boxing Club. Norrls also says the
title bout may be switched from
New York to Chicago. If New
York is the site, as originally
announced. It will be held Sep-
tember 28.
"Tilings are under considera-
tion." savs Norria, "but we would
draw 400,000 in the Chicago
Stadium without gambling on
the weather.
Norrls says he could Une up
another title fight for Septem-
ber 28 In New York. That one
would match Featherweight
King Sandy Saddler with Willie
Pep.
Norrls also has plans for ex-
Heavyweight Champ Joe Louis.
mi's will fight at the Balti-
more ball park on August 15."
Lava Norrls. "against Jimmy
"lvlns o' some other good
heavyweight."
The I-B-C president says he
expects to complete arrange-
ments shortly for the title scrap
between Welterweight Champ
Kid Gaviln and Blllv Graham
In Madison Square Garedn on
August 20. Light Heavyweight
Champ Joev Maxim will arrive
In New York tomorrow to wind
up training for his Aueust 22
u 't with Bob Murphy.
"Don't forget what may be
the biggest fight of the year."
>-e ''nds Norrls. "That's the re-
turn middleweight title bout be-
i Chomn Rndv Turpln
and ex-Champion Sugar Ray
Robinson."
CHICAGORacing's only mil-
lionaireCalumet Firm's Cita-
tionwill make his last public
appearance this Saturday before
the running of the Arlington
Park Handicap at Chicago. Cita-
tion will parade before the
crandstand in a snecla' ceremo-
ny, then be retired to the Calu-
met Farm in Kentucky.
Coco Solo, Junior Varsity
Win In Atlantic Hoop Loop
Standings of the Atlantic
Basketball League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Caribe..........t 1 .857
Powell's........5 1 .833
Coco Solo........ 3 .667
Westinghouse .... 3 5 .375
Junior Varsity .... t 7 JtXZ
903rd "D" Bat.....I ( .143
TONIGHT'S GAMES
Powell's vs. Coco Sohi (7:80 p.m.)
Caribe vs. "D" Battery.
Top Scorers of the League
Players Teams Pts.
Peltlnovlch (Junior Varsity)- 114
Tito Cells (Westinghouse). Ill
Hefner (Coco Solo) ..... 93
Kraft (903rd "D" Battery). 82
Hosfelt (Coco Solot..... 76
Wednesday night Coco Solo de-
feated 903rd very easily. 903rd at
no time of. the game was ever
playing together. The final score
was Coco Solo 60 .908rd "D" Bat-
tery 29. In the first half 903rd was
off as they only scored six points.
They never could recover from
the first quarter Hosfelt was high
man for Coco Solo with 17 points
to his credit. Schults was right
behind him with 13 points. For
the losers It was Kraft who led
them with 14 oolnts. At the end
of the first half Kraft didn't
have one field goal to his credit.
Tlshuk followed him with eight
points.
The box scores:
903rd 'D' BatteryFG FT TP
Kraft.......... 8 2 14
Tlshuk........ 2 4 8
Carroll........ 0 0 0
Lambert........ 1 0 2
Dietrich....... 0 0 0
Darlvldson...... 0 0 0
Zurbruegg...... 0 2 2
Woods........ 0 1 1
Bianchl........ 1 0 2
Meyers........ 0 0 0
Totals.........10 9 29
Coco Solo
FG FT TP
Schulti........ 5 3 13
Hosfelt'........ 7 3 17
Belvly......... 4 3 11
Bryant........ 5 0 10
Grochowskl..... 1 0 2
Nestle....... .. 2 2 6
Totals......... 24 11 59
In the second game of the night
the Junior Varsity really went to
town as they defeated Westing-
house by the score of 4ft, to 45.
Westinghouse was short of men
but they still put up a good game
with the team they had, for their
top scorers were not out. Peltlno-
vlch was high point man for the
J.V.'s with 16 points to his credit.
For Westinghouse It was Carlos
Ibaez who led them with 23
points.
The box scores:
Westinghouse FG
H.Tom ........ 3
C. Ibaez...... 8
Lam.......... 1
Arosemena.. 3
Magdaleno...... 1
FT
1
5
i
3
1
Veeck, Saigh Brush Benefits
Community Chest By $20,000
TP-
7
21
5
I
3
Totals.
16 13 45
Junior Varsity FG FT TP
Peltlnovlch..... 8 0 16
R. Salter...... 2
T. Salter...... 2
Egolf.......... 1
Rhinehart...... 6
Roberts........ 3
Hatgi.........
Tagaropulos.....
Edmonds s.....
Dldle.........
Totals.
1
2
0
1
26
7
11
3
12
7"
2
4
0
2
59
BRIDGE OVERHEATED
WEST POINT. Va. (U.P.IOn
a hot day. highway crews had
to bathe the Pamunkey River
bridge with cool water before
the expanded drawspan could
be opened. ,
ST. LOUIS, July 27 (UP)The
latest brush between the leaders
of the two St. Louis baseball
clubs ended yesterday with the
city's community chest the chief
winner.
The Incident started when Bill
Veeckthe new president of the
Brownsdared the Cardinals to
meet his team In a post season
series for charity. Veeck said the
Idea was perfect as neither 8t.
Louis club would be In the World
Series.
Owner Fred Salgh of the Cards
bristled at Veeck's comment.
Saigh turned down the offer,
saying the Cardinals still are
fighting for the National League
pennant. Salgh claims that
Veeck's proposal isIn his words
"an obvious attempt to cause
embarrassment to the Cardi-
nals."
Salgh then offered to donate
$10,000 to the Community Chest
If Veeck would do the same. The
Brownie boss turned his $10,000
check over to the Community
Chest yesterday.
The Cardinals announce that
righthander Cloyd Boyer will re-
join the club today. Boyer was
optioned to Columbus of the A-
merlcan Association on July l af-
ter winning one game and losing
three with the Cards.
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania
The Pennsylvania Athletic Com-
mission has changed the date for
its hearing on the suspension of
Jake Mintz, manager of former
heavyweight Champion Ezzard
Charles. The hearing will be held
August l. Instead of August 7.
Mlntz was suspended for "con-
duct detrimental to boxing"
when he objected to Judge Char-
ley Daggert before the start of
the fight in which Charles lost
his title to Jersey Joe Walcott.
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FOR SALE
Automobiles
bOR SALE. I95G Pont.ac i Door
Stdon. Hydromot c. Radio, seat
eovois undorcooted. Phone 2-3567.
FOR SALE: Packard Sedon, 1940,,
four door. Duty Paid. $250.00.
Houst 1560-A, Gaviln Areo.,
Bolboa.
FOR SALEStudebaker 1939. $250.
00. Con b financed. Phone Cris-
tobal 3-1342 Brezos HeigMi,
7451-A.
FOR SALE
Household
_pc. upuhlitered living room sit.
Good condition $65. Q'rs. 305-A
l Albrook Phone 86-6246.
IfOR SALE: Dningroom set. maho-
> gony $75.00. old. but good. 2 End
J Tables. $10.00. 6 Pr. foom rub-
'.'. ber seat cushions, light blue, ol-
most new $8.00. General Electric
JJ shelf radio, new. $18.00. Call
< ofter 4 p. m. Iro Payne ,5715-A,
J Shonts St., Doblo.
IfOR SALE: Rugs.-medicine chest,
ook rocker, kitchen cupboord. drop
." leof table, floor lamps, linoleum
'! tug 9 x 10 201 Colon Beach.
FOR SALE:Frigidaire. 25 cycle 7
1-2 cu. ft. Cleon ond in good con-
J! dition. $125.00. Phone 3-1285.
,. Margante. 8059-B ___
FOR SALE Chairs, settee, moga-
line rack, lamp, bolster, choir, side
t tables of bomboo in good condi-
" tion. Con be seen ot Calle Vene-
','. xuelo No. 10 'upper story) ot
" ony time Maduro family.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
Tune-up peciolist The Electric Au-
to Lite Co. authorized service igni-
tion and corburition. Servicio dt
Motores S. A. (Marcos VillarreaM
H. St. No 34 Tel. 2-1746.
WE HAVI taken in tee many used
cart and muit sal at a lots! Pricei
ktlew rfco average TRADE-IN
value. Many makes and models.
Financing available. NASH
AGENCY.
FOR SALE: $1800 00 letter of
credit on new Oldsmobile will
sacrifice for $1700.00. Call phone
Colon 1314 Cristobal 1411 (ofter)
6 o'clock).
FOR SALE:--1948 Cadillac in per-
fect condition. Moke offer. Tel. 3-
2184 2-1075.
FOR SALE1949 Buick Super So-
danette. New tires, new point, fac-
tory condition. $1,450.00. Con be
financed. Coll Albrook 6107, ony-
time.
FOR SALE: Good transportation
1933 Essex Terraplone 4-door, ve-
ry good tires ond body, $80 00.
Phone 3-1285. Margarita 8059-
B.
FOR SALE 1939 Ford Convertible.
four new tires. Dependable trans-
portation, 366-A, Fronce Field.
Phone Ft. Gulick 8734.
FOR SALE: 1946 Lincoln Club
Cpupe. fully equipped, rodio, new
tires, new botterv, excellent con-
dition $700. Terms arranged.
Phone 743, Coco Solo.
|; EVERYTHING MUST GO
Coldspot refrigerator, large desk,
bunk beds, large mattress, toble.
Ji drop leaf table, book coses, lawn
furniture, 8 mm projector, White
sewing machine, ceffee table,
bocks, dishes, plcnts. lamps, bom-
bes chairs, clothes hampers, lown
grills. Tel. 2-2301. 0942 Amador
Road
FOR SALE1940 Plymouth, 2 Door
Sedon B.375. Apply NAB. Bo
3090, Ancpn.
rl
FOR SALE All porcelain Westing-
J house 9 ft. refrigerator, 1950 rrc-
del Kenmore woshing machine,
J' National radio, all 25-cycle ond
i in good condition. Ook dining
table with 6 chairs, fine material
J for modernizing Other household
i items. 647 Coscadas Rood, Ancon.
" Phone 2-2643.
FOR SALE
Motorcvcle
jfOR SALE: Motorcycle, Indion,
< vertical twin. 3.000 miles, coll 4-j
;' c67. House 171-B. Pedro Miguel, j
guel
TOP. SALE Cushmon Motor Scooter
49 model. Excellent condition. Call
Panam 3-0543.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:One 25 H. P. Johnson
outboard motor, separte fuel tank.
$390. Also one '2 H. P. Atlos
Rovol outboord, $150. Both like
new. 14 ft mahogany nuil and
spec a I tvpe t'Oiier, splendid con-
dition. $250. Tel. Panamo 3-2060
fOR SALE: 'Diesel" engine boat
'" 65 feet shrmr.per iargc, pissenger
- Tl 2-2252, Dr. Morales.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
iJfcGAIN:--El Voile, cne lot 5.365
JJ2 cleon a.id level land, wire fen-
3jd. Phone 2-1 I'2, Panamo
For Sole PONTIACS The fol-
lowing modeli oro ovoiloble for im-
mediate New York delivery or Direct
Shipment tt rha Canal Zona:
6 Cylinder
1 Station Wagon, I pass. AM Motel,
Grey with 6 ply tiiei.
I 2 Door Sedan De Luxe, Grey with
Hydramotic
1 4 Door Sedan De Luxe, Grey .
2 4 Door Sadons 'Black and Dark
Hue Hydramotic.
2 Super Catalinas I Blue and Ivory
Leather upholstery, Hydramotic.
4 4 Door Sadani Standard Lt.
Gray. Lt. Groan, Dark Gray,
Dark Graan I.
S Cylindar
1 2 Door Sedan Da Luxe 'Dark
Green
1 4 Door Sedan D* Luxe 'Dork
Grey' Hydramotic
2 4 Door Soda i De Luxe 12 Tone
Graan and 2 Tona Gray'. Hydra-
metic
I De Luxe Carolina. Laathar and
Cord. Lt. Grey.
I Do Luxe Catalina, Leather and
Cord. 2 Tone Gray, Hydramotic.
I De Luxa Convertible Coupe, Red
Leather, Ivory with black top,
Hydramotic.
I Station Wagon, t pass., All Me-
tal. Dork Gray, 6 ply tiros.
LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE
C I V A, S. A.
Your Pontiac Cadillac Dealer
Panama Colon
Tel. 2-0170 Tel. IMS
MISCELLANEOUS
O* yeu have a drinkina preklem?
Writ. Alcoholics Anenymeu.
as 2011 Ancon. C. Z.
FOR SALE
.Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Eosy Spin Dryer 1940;
RCA table radio; 1941 Westing-
house refrigerator; 1941 Cadillac
vocuum deoner; baby crib; chest
of drawers etc. 366-A. France Field
Phone Ft. Gulick 8734.
FOR SALE:Radio Receiver. Holli-
crofter, 9 tube. 2$ cycle, table
model, S-40 A, 4 bands of AM/
CW reception with headset excel-
lent for radio amateurs (harps)
and short wave listener. 5648-E,
Diablo. Phone 87-4278. '
FOR SALE: Holy Ghost Orchid
Plants. Productos Nocionales. S. A.
"H" Street 61. Panamo.
FOR SALE Assorted lengths used
flexible rubber hose. 1 1-2", 2",
2 1-2". Best offer. The Texas Co.
(Panama' Inc.
FOR SALE:Seedling Gfaxiana plants
.50. House 0275-1. Gamboa. C.
Z.
FOR SALE;Crib with mattress, boby
carriego. Good condition. Soturday
ond Sunday. 720-A, Prado, Bal-
boa.
FOR SALE5C gallon stainless steel
fish tank. Phone Balboa 3339 or
house 719-A. Prado.
FOR SALE: Three lorge wooden
furniture crates Apply at Britirh
consulate. Colon, phone 388.
FOR SALE:Fine-bred Puppies. 10
weeks old. Vilar family. End of 9th
St.. Barriada Panama America.
Lefevre Park.
FOR SALE:3 assorted sizes Freon
tonks; 2 Presto-lite tonks, $7.50
eo.; 15 Ib. C02 Fire Extinguisher
$5 00; 1-3 H. P. 25 cycle .motor,
$10 House 605-A, Tomonnd St.,
Cocoli.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1951 Me-cury Sport
Sedon, only 1.500 miles, block,
rad:c. nvlon upholstery, W/S t;res,
unoercoated. seot covers, given ex-
traordinary core. original owner.
Residence 5648-E, Dioblo, 87-
4278.
FOR SALE:To highest bidder
1942 Dodg. One Ton Stoke Body
Truck. duty pout ond fully li-
censed for voar 1931. Sealed bids
will be accepted at the offices of
Pan Atier-can World Airwavs. No.
5 "L" Street. Panomo City, and
will be opened Wednesdov, Au-
gust 1st ot IC 00 A M. Unit moy
be inspected ot oh^ve oddress.
(X>0K YOUR BEST
four hair will bo
indsomer by far
when you treat it to
Vaseline' Hair Tonic.
Just use a few drops
a day...then see
the difference!
Buy a bottle today?
WANTED: Retired couple. Good
opportunity. Rant froa quarters and
moke money at beoutiful Coronodo
Beoch, only 50 miles oway. Ap-
ply Kline at Bolboa 2-2819 or Co-
ronado week-ends.
John H. Seate
New Assistant
At US Embassy
John H. Seate has arrived (rom
the Department of State, Wash-
ington and has assumed his
duties as assistant attache and
administrative officer at the Em-
bassy of the United States In
Panam, it has been announced
today.
Mr. Seate has been In the Unit-
ed States Government Service for
15 years, approximately seven of
which have been in the Foreign
Service of the Department of
Stale, His most recent assign-
ment was in the International
Zone of Tanaier. Prior to that he
was stationed in Pretoria. Union
of South Africa. At the time of
entering the Foreign Service Mr.
Seate was administrative officer
for the Atlanta. Georgia, area of
the United States War Manpower
Commission
The new administrative officer,
who replace Raymond Phelan.
will reside at No 89 Avenue Peru,
with his wlfp and two children.
Mr. Seate is a talented music-
ian having done professional
work in radio and church music.
He has sung the leading tenor
roles in four operas with the
Washington, DC. Opera Guild.
Vaseline^
TRADI MAP*.
VAMUN ii th. raswarae umdt
. of 0 Umtboniaii Uta. u. owe
Panamanian Plumber
Dies In Goreas
Emergency Room
Eural Constantln Branford. a
40 year old Panamanian died
this morning In the emergency
room of Gorgas Hospital.
It was reported bv the Balboa
police that he had been treated
for fever and aching pains in
his home In Panama for over a
week.
An autopsy has been request-
ed.
Mr Branford was recentlv em-
ployed as a plumber in Corozal
General Depot. Previouslv he
had served as a police guard.
Brownie Day Camp
Open House Changed
From July 30 to 31
The Brownie Day Camp Open
House, originally scheduled for
July SO ha* been changed to
Tuesdav. July 31 from 1:00 to
3:00 p.m. People living on Al-
brook AFB aa well as Brownie
Parents ar ordiallv invited to
an exhibit o campers work, a
demonstration nf oguare dancing,
under Mr. Cu^* and dramatic
presentation*
RESORTS
Gromich'a Sonta Cloro beoch-
cottogei Electric ice boxes. 0OS
stoves, moderte rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567._____________________
Williams Santa Cloro Beach Cottoges.
Two bedrooms, Frigidoirei, Rock-
goi ronges. Balboa 2-3050.
Phillip*. Beach cottages, Santo Clora.
Box 435. Bolboa. Phone Ponome
3-1877. Crlstobol 3-1673.
FOR RENT
Houaee
FOR RENTFurnished house, 3 bed-
rooms on Ecuodor Avenue No. 12.
For informotion Tel. 3-2165.
FOR RENT:Beoutiful chalet in Golf
Heights: porch, bar. diningrbom,
livingroom, goroge, 2 bothrooms,
furnished. Tel. 3-4644.
If you are looking for quiet, re-
fined, comfortable home, you are
welcome to visit modern duplex
residence. All conveniences, lovely
grounds on transisthmlan high-
way. Phone for appointment 3-
1484.' ^^^^^
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMINTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished epcrt
ment. Contact office No. 8061, 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lor.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished 3 room
apartment, separate, maid's room.
Three months' lease. $125.00
month Morysol Apts. 73-A Justo
Arosemeno Ave Moor U. S. Em-
bossy. Coll 2-2341.
FOR RENT:Modern, first closs fur-
nished oportmenl, one bedroom,
diningroom, porch, kitchen, ser-
vices. Electric new refrigerotor.
$60.00 monthly. Including lights
ond woter. Poitilla Airport Rood.
No. 121.
FOR RENT:Furnished two bedroom
aportment for two or three ba-
chelor, Bella Vista, very cool. Tel.
3-1648.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished room with or
without board Cool. Refined. 48th
Street No. 7. Bella Vista.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, lorge.
clean, two rooms. One double and
one single. To respectable people
only. Peru Ave. No. 65. Lower left.
Girl Seoul Camping
Program In Zone
Still Has Vacancies
The Girl Scout Council Is spon-
soring the biggest camp program
of its history. Two hundred and
sixty-one girls are enrolled in
four Day Camps now in progress,
on the isthmus. If a girl wanted
to go to Day Camp this year,
there was room for her. accord-
ing to Miss Mary L. Patton, Di-
rector of the canal Zone coun-
cil.
The Atlantic District has Camp
Harriet for Brownies at the Ga-
tun Gvm Camp Morrow for In-
termediates, is at Trefoil House.
Gatun. Both camps are operat-
ed. 16-day
ses.slon.
Ing on an eight-wee
The Pacific District has ex-
tended its camping. Camp Tr-
bol, for Intermediates has been
extended to cover seven weeks.
Camp Enano for Brownies is in
operation for a four-week pro-
gram Both camps are at Albrook
AFB.
A nominal fee of fifty cents for
a six-hour day has been charged
in all camps. In the Intermediate
camps an additional forty cents a
week for each girl has been
charged for the food used in camp
cook-ouLs. The camp fee includes
campers' milk, trips, first aid
supplies, program material,
swimming and part of the Camp
Director's expenses.
The Council pays the rest of
the camp expenses from Commu-
nity Chest money Canal Zone
people contributed last October.
St. Therese Group
Plans Breakfast
For Fr. Doyle
The St. Therese Holy Name
Society of La Boca will honor
Its pastor, Rev. John A. Doyle,
CM. at a communion break-
fast to be held on Sunday, im-
mediately following the 7 a.m.
mass.
Father Doyle is leaving next
week on a well earned vacation
after his first three-year tour of
duty in the priesthod.
All the members of this socie-
ty are reminded that they
should be present on Sunday
i at 7:00 p.m. to receive com-
munion in a body on this
1 special occasion. ,
P
Minimum for
12 words
a
each additional
word.
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We run a PERMANENT
BARGAIN SALE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEMS
where the
FINEST QUALITY PAINTS
areiprlced LOWER
than the cheapest.
Why hot save money
buying the best?
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Tel. 3-0140.
Mr. & Mrs Canal Zone:
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Ob Sale In All HARDWARE and
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Britain Holding Off
But Iranian Offer
Should Be Accepted
LONDON. July 27, (UP)
Britain is awaiting a pledne from
Premier Monamed Mossadegh's
Iranian government guarantee-
ing an Immediate improvement
of working conditions for Brit-
ons of th Anglo-Iranian Oil
Company In the oilfields, before
it sends a Ministerial mission for
oil peace talks in Teheran.
The attitude of these Britons
Is described as "near rebellion"
against Foreign Secretary Her-
bert Morrison's decision to keep
them In the oilfields as long as
possible.
The prevailing view In Britain
Is that the Iranian offer for the
resumption of negotiations will
be accepted.
Britain finds herself in a dil-
emma presently.
She does not want to antagon-
ize the United States by rejecting
the offer brought about by the
efforts of W. Averell Harriman,
President Truman's special envoy
tc Iran.
But neither does she want to
run the risk of another rebuff by
Mossadegh.
Britain la leaving nothing to
chance In the protection of Brit-
ish nationals in the troubled oil-
fields.
The Royal Navy strength at the
head of the Persian Gulf has now
been lncresjhed to two cruisers,
four destroyers and two frigates.
8 Years' Lobbying
Gels North Dakota
An Ambassadorship
By DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON. July 27North
Dakota at long last is going to
get an ambassador.
Not since North Dakota was
admitted to statehood in 1889 has
one of its citizens been an am-
bassador in the U. S. diplomatic
service. However, thanks to some
Insistent lobbying with the State
Department by 8enator Bill Lan-
ger, Republican, a Democratic
administration has now appoint-
ed a North DaKota Republican as
Ambassador to Nicaragua.
The new ambassador is Tom
Whelan of St. Thomas, N. D., a
big grain elevator operator, pota-
to grower, and a leading Repub-
lican.
One of the unique things about
his appointment Is that In 1940
he ran against Senator Lunger.
Despite this, Langer boosted him
for the ambassadorial appoint-
ment.
What actually happened was
that for about eight years Langer
has been trying to get an ambas-
sador appointed from North Da-
kota. He began harping on this
when Harry Truman was Vice
President, and has continued
since.
Finally and recently, the State
Department sent word that they
would appoint an ambassador
from North Dakota if Langer
would recommend b pooh r""
Langer sent them the name of
Tom Whelan, who u now ...,
, appointed.
Young Lip-Reading
Llfesaver Rescues
Drowning Boy
GROVBLAND, Mass., July 27
(UPiA deaf, 13-year-old boy
read the lips of a frightened
group of youngsters today and
thus was able to save the life of
another boy who lay unconscious
in six feet of water.
Cary Hobson. 13. of Oroveland
was riding his bicycle near New
Mill Pond when he saw a group
of boys waving frantically on the
shore. He jumped from his bike
and read their lips to learn that
a boy apparently had drowned.
Cafy, a student at the North-
ampton School for the deaf,
plunged into the pond and re-
covered 10-year-old Joseph de
Coito of Groveland from the bot-
tom.
He carried the unconscious lad
to shore where two truck drivers
tried in vain to revive him. Cary
finally pushed the drivers aside
and revived Joseph with life-
saving methods.
i
Klan Activity Stepping Up;
14 Crosses Burn In South
ATLANTA, July V7 (UP) At
least 14 fiery Ku Klux Klan cross-
es dotted the night in four
Southern states last night and
Orand Dragon Sam Roper said
the Incidents marked a stepped
up Klan fight against Commu-
nism.
A leader of a dissident Klan
faction in Alabama, however,
said the crosses portended "new
activity" by the nlghtrlders.
"Various Klan groups have
been busy reorganizing since the
end of the trials," said William
Hugh Morris, who still claims
leadership of the Alabama Feder-
ated Klans.
He referred to the mass flog-
ging trials in Alabama which re-
cently were dropped when the
state was unable to obtain a con-
viction that would stick after al-
most a year of tedious proceed-
ings. Morris himself spent sev-
eral weeks In Jail for refusing to
produce Klan records for a Grand
Jury.
At least half a dozen crosses
flared up in the Birmingham
area last night. Several were
posted along the rim of moun-
tains around the city so that they
produced quite a spectacle.
Three crosses were burned at
Nashville. Tenn., two at Orlan-
do, Fla., two at Moultrle, Ga., and
one in Atlanta.
One of the Moultrle crosses was
touched off near a Negro Ameri-
can veterans' club where an un-
seen assailant fired on a crowd
last week end, wounding 10 per-
sons.
Cross-burning on private pro-
perty Is now banned by law In
Georgiaa measure that was
sponsored by the administration
of Gov. Herman Talmadge, whose
campaign was publicly supported
by the Klan.
But Sheriff Olln Beverly of
Moultrle said he hadn't. Investi-
gated, "I hadn't thought much
about it.'1
Grand Dragon Roper of the As-
sociated Georgia Klans, general-
ly recognized as the kingpin
Klan, would say only that last
night's crosses were part of the
order's fight against Commu-
nism.
Besides Roper's Klan. centered
in Georgia, and Morris', operat-
ing out of Birmingham, the only
other known active branch of the
once widespread sheeted organl
zatlon is active in South Caroli-
na and Florida. This group held a
rally near Columbia, S. C, lasl
night but burned no crosses since
the practice has been banned by
the new administration of Got,
James F- Byrne.
CLU Meets Sunday
To Consider D.C.
Representation
A special meeting of the Cen-
tral Labor Union and the Metal
Trades Council members will be
held Sunday morning at 8:30 in
the Balboa Lodge Hall, to con-
sider the question of keeping a
legislative representative la
Washington.
If lt Is decided to keep oni
there, candidate will have to
be nominated and decided upon,
Other questions that will ba
discussed are the still pending
regulations on leave and pat
, raises which are now before
i Congress.
Bergman Daughter
Joyous At Short
Reunion In London
LONDON, July 27 (UP>Ingrld
Bergman and her 12-year-old
daughter Pla were reunited for
the first time In three years in
England this week after the
I Swedish actress had slipped Into
the country unnoticed.
As Pla and her father Dr. Peter
iLindstrom dashed through the
London airport terminal building
I to catch a plane for Stockholm
today Pla said: "I saw mother
and spent several hours chatting
with her. It was wonderful."
PLOWING MADE EASY
PEARISBURG, Va. (UP.). -
E. R. Henderson, a farmer, fi-
gured lt took one-quarter horse-
Dower to push his garden plow.
So he rigged up a small elec- ,,
trie motor to a 20-lnch wheel
and attached it to the plow for
about $12. "Easiest plowing I
ever did," Henderson said.
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FRIDAY, JULY 17. 1951
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5ERUVIAN INDEPENDENCE DAY TO BE CELEBRATED
'ITH RECEPTION AT EMBASSY IN PANAMA TOMORROW
The Peruvian Ambassador to Panama, Dr. Emilio Ortis
de Zevalloa, and Mrs. Ortis de Zevallos have lasuod invita-
tion., for a reception to be given at the Embassy on La
Cresta tomorrow from 11. a.m. to 1 p.m.. in celebration of
the 130th Anniversary of the Independence of Peru.
Porras-Guizado Wedding
Sunday at Cristo Rey
The marriage of Miss Marltza
Quizado, daughter of Mr. and
Mr- Jose Ramon Quizado, to
Hernn Porras, son o Mrs. Ali-
cia C. de Porras and the late
President Belisarlo Porras, will
take place Sunday evening at
pight o'clock In Cristo Rey
Church. Vista del Mar. After the
ceremony a reception will be held
at the Panama Golf Club.
Engagement Announced
in Panama
Mr. and Mrs. Rodolfo Ernesto
Chlarl have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter. Ella
Isabel, to Ramon Navarro, son of
Mrs. Ernest Navarro and the
late Mr. Navarrro.
The date of the wedding has
not been set.
General Rice Returning
from Washington
Mafor General George W. Rice,
Health Director of The Par"? ma
Canal, is returning to the Isth-
mus today from a trip to Wash-
ington DC.
Dr. and Mrs. Irvin
Give Family Dinner
On the eve of their departure
to live in North Carolina. Dr. and
Mrs. S S. Irvin entertained
mebers of their family at dinner
last evening. The party was held
at the home of Mrs. Irvin's bro-
ther-in-law and sister. Mr., and
Mrs. Boyd Bevlngton. in Balboa.
On Tuesday evening Mrs. Eliz-
abeth Irvin Brown honored her
parents at a small dinner given
at her apartment in Balboa.
Dr. and Mrs. Irvin and their
daughter. Miss Martha Irvin.
sails today on-the S3 Ancon. They
exDect to reside in Henderson-
vllle. North Carolina.
Panama Is holding its monthly
dinner tonight at Hotel El Pan-
ama.
Mr. and Mrs. Osborn
Entertain at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Os-
born gave a buffet dinner last
evening at their home in Balboa
in honor of several of their
friends who are leaving soon for
the United States.
Included in the uuest list were
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Coleman,
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Heitman.
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Llndberg. Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Patterson. Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Warner. Mr and
Mrs. P. C. Perry, Mr. and Mrs.
William Herman Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Donaldson. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Lesslack, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Payjak. Mr. and Mrs. E.
R. Albrltton. Mrs. Violet Mears,
Mrs. Myrtle Harris. Mrs. Anne De
la Mater. Miss Ida Sanaroy Ro-
bert Worslev. Louis Thompson.
Walter Walberg and William De
!a Mater.
Irs. Long Entertains.
lformally
Mrs. A. Howard Long is enter-
ainlng a small group of her
friends at dessert anil bridge this
evening at her home at Pedro
ilguel.
lr. and Mrs. Dlstefano
" !vine Soon
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Distefano
New Books
Consular Association
Dinner Tonight
The Consular Association
of
500 New Soldiers
From Puerto Rico
Here For Training
More than 500 new soldiers of
the United States Army arrived
In the Panama area recently, a-
board the USNS Henry Gibbons,
following completion of their ba-
sic, trailing .a* the UJ3. Army
Forces Antilles Recruit Training
center, Fort Buchanan. Puerto
Rlro.
The group, fourth and largest
contingent of Puerto R i c a n
troops assigned here, crossed the
Isthmus by train to Fort Amador.
Here, they were greeted by offic-
ers and .NCOs of the new units to
which thev had been assigned.
Trucks and busses took the men
to new duties throughout the
United States Army Caribbean,
Panama area.
"Bears in the Caviar," by
Charle W. Thayer. is one of the
new books placed in circulation
during the past week by the Pan-
ama Canal Library. It is the story
of Third Secretary Thayer which
takes him through an incredible
and hilarious career from West
Point to Russia in 1934 and then
to Afghanistan and parachute
school in World War II.
It is also the story of a man
who knew the Russians off the
record, who wined and dined
with the top command, whose
babv bear, sick on champagne,
spoiled the white tunic of the
Russian chief of staff.
The complete list of new books
at the Library follows:
Social sciences Peace can be
won. Hoffman; Terror in the
streets. Whitman.
Immunology - Allergy, fact*
and fancies, Felnberg.
French Art' Potter of Tou-
louse-Lautrec. Toulouse-Lautrec,
H.M.R.
Travel and Biography Swit-
zerland. Ogrlzek; Bears in the
caviar. Thayer.
Fiction The widow had a
gun. Coxe; The Mohawk ladder,
Gerson: Big shot. Goldstone;
Venture In the East; Lancaster;
The ballad of the sade caf. Mc-
Cullers; The troubled air, Shaw;
The high calling. Street.
New Editions and replacements
The trial, Kafka; Tropical fish-
es as pels. Coates; Refrigeration
fundamentals. American Society
of Refrigeration Engrs,; Automo-
tive essentials Kuns.; The best
American humorous short stories,
Jessup; The complete works. Ta-
citus; Isabel and the sea, Millar.
Children's Books The great
whales, Zlm; The boy Mechanic.
Popular Mechanics Mag.; Plays
for our American holl days.
Schauffler.
Children's Replacements The
green fairy book. Lang; The fai-
ry book, Rackham.
SCHOLL'S SERVICES
Panama No. 58 Justo Arosemena Ave.
Foot Treatments, Corns, Callouses, Ingrown Toe Nails,
Arch Supports. REDUCING Treatments. Massages,
Slenderizing Machines, Turkish Baths. Male and female
operators. For information call: 3-2217 Panam
LAST WEEK OF OUR
SPECIAL JULY SALE!!
20% DISCOUNT
ON ALL "SIMMONS" LOUNGES
Jiialfiffl;.
THE MOST COMFORTABLE DAY-BED!
SEE OUR LARGE ASSORTMENT!
of Pedro Miguel, who have re-
sided here for many years, plan
to sail with their family August
8 for the United States. Mr. Dls-
tefano has resigned hi position
with the Pacific Locks.
Legion Auxiliary Meeting
This Evening
Patsy Ryan, Panama canal De-
partment president of the Ame-
rican Legion Auxiliary, has call-
ed an executive committee meet-
ing to be held tonight at the Bal-
boa Lesion Home. A buffet din-
ner will be served at 6 p.m.
Transportation to the meeting
will be furnished Atlantic Side
members who come by train. All
officers and chairmen are re-
quested to be present. Members
of Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 1 of
Balboa, with Marie Bennett w
president, will be hostesses lor
the dinner.
Teen-Age Dance Tonight
at Hotel El Panama
A Teen-age Dance will be held
at Hotel El Panama this evening
at 8, with admission $1.00 per
person. Jlmmv Dunn's orchestra
will play for dancing and mam-
bo and Jitterbug contests will be
featured during the evening.
Nurses Association
to Meet Wednesday
The next meeting of the Isth-
mian Nurses Association will be
held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday,
August I. in the 5th floor audi-
torium or the Fort Clayton Hos-
pital.
Eighty-two members attended
the July meeting of the Associa-
tion which was held at the Coco
Solo Officers Club. Coco Solo Na-
val Station. Copies of a constitu-
tion and by-laws were presented
to each member for study and
necessary changes. The group ex-
pects to vote on them at an early
date.
Retired Employes Meeting
Sunday Afternoon
The Canal Zone Retired Em-
ployes Association will meet Sun-
day afternoon at 1:30 in the ball-
room of the Hotel Tivoli. All
members are urged to be present.
Orchid Chapter
Meets Tonlghi
Orchid Chapter No. 1. O.E.S..
will meet for initiation tonight at
7:30 in the Scottish Rite Temple
Balboa.
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'AT A BRIEF CEREMONY at the Fort Qullck laundry recent-
ly, Lt. Colonel Robert E. Humphreys (second from left) pre-
sented a check for $17.20 and a suggestion award certificate
to George R. Squires, Stock Room Clerk. Squires' suggestion
was that the laundry use 30-tnch paper instead of 36-inch
paper to wrap laundry bundles thus effecting an economy.
Left to right. Frank Mangogna, Laundry Superintendent;
Colonel Humphreys. Mr. Squares, and Captain Paul F.
Pattlson, Laundry Officer.
(Official U.I. Army Photo)
*S FELIX
Tivoli Avc. BRANCH STORE
LINGERIE-in Nylon and Rayon
SHARPLY REDUCED
DURING OUR 4TH ANNIVERSARY SALE
on TUESDAY JULY 31 ST.

I PANAMA'SNMila*dFMSTkiWUmi\
Sisterhood Meeting
An important meeting of the
sisterhood of Kol Shearlth Is-
real will be held at 4 p.m. today
in the Community Hall in Vista
Del Mar.
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5lON VOYAGE DINNER PARTY
<#R MR. AND MRS. KOERBER
A group of associates In the Electrical DiTlsIon, and their
- '4adles, entertained with a dinner party at the Cristobal Gun
Club Wednesday evening to honor Mr. and Mri. Walter *oer-
" ber of Gatun, who are sailing the first pf August to reside
in Grass Valley. California, upon Mr. Koerber | retirement
from the Electrical Division.
Association. Also a fine of 25
cents will be charged anyone who
wears shoes.
The group was seated at a
large U-shaped table decorated
with a flat arrangement of red
exorla. During the evening. Mr.
VVlllard Percv. on behalf of Mr.
Koerber's associates In the Divi-
sion, presented him with a watch.
the traditional retirement gift.
Mrs. Koerber was given a hand-
some cameo pin from the ladies
who attended the dinner.
. Those who participated in the
dinner were: Mr Earl Sepgrave
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cox.Mr. and
Mrs. P. W. Fels. Mr. and Mrs.
Panl Furr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Nlr. Mr. Strickler. Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Graham. Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Mimro. Mr. Willard Per-
cv Mr. Louis Rvan. Mr. and Mrs.
Stanwood Specht, Mr. and Mrs.
Roger Deakins. Mr. and Mrs. G.
A. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
Stevens. Mr. Victor Young. Mr.
arid Mrs. Fred Bio key. Mr. Paul
Dlebels Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Gruener, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Mauldln and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Wllloughby.
ter of Major and Mrs. Mllo Gard-
ner of Fort Davis, was hostess for
a coke and swimming party at
the Fort Davis pool to compli-
ment Miss Joan Blalr. who Is
leaving during the weekend with
her parents to reside in the
States.
The other girls in the party
were: Misses Harriett Burke. Mar-
"aret Joudrey, Muriel Morland,
Ann Thomas. Joan Holgerson,
Kay Dlgnam. Marietta Katallnas
and Donna Geyer.
Returned from the Volcan
Mrs. J. V. Hunnicutt with her
house uests. Mrs. Ray Thomas.
Mrs. I'.asalie Lowry and Mrs.
Winnie Presswood returned Wed- I
nesdav from a trip to the Volcan. |
DeMolav Dance This Evening
The Atlamtic Side chapter of
the Order of the DeMolay for
Boys will sponsor a dance this
evening at the Gatun Masonic
Temple. All members of the Or-
der and their guests and all Rain-
bow girls and their guests, are
cordially invited to attend..
Refreshments will be served.
Bowling League Luncheon
The Ladles Bowling League of
ttSe Coco Solo Naval Station met
it the Coco Solo Officers Club for
"flinch and a meeting for the a-
. warding of trophies at the con-
clusion of their tournament.
Announcement of Interest
Lt. and Mrs. David R. Kuhn
announce the birth of a son at
the Coco Solo Naval Hospital on
Wednesday. July 25.
Bingo Party at Gatun
Jackie Wllloughbv was host for
a bingo party, given at the home
of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Wllloughby of Gatun, Wednesday
evening.
His guests were: Diane Hannl-
gan. Judv Malcolm. Rosalie and
Rachel Radel. Linda Cunnrng-
Cun-
Ourine: the business meeting ham. Ralph Boggs. Mickle
the following officers were elect- ningham. Bruce Smith.
e,d to head the next tournament: Slaughter. Howdy Bailey. Arthur
president Mrs. W. E. Sands: vice- and William Laurance. Mike Bar-
president. Mrs. R. L. Schaefer, field. Freddie Newhard and Har-
Miss Martin
Sets Wedding Date
Miss Helen Virginia Martin, of
Washington. D.C.. daughter o
Colonel and Mrs. Pardoe Martin
and granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Anthony Raymond of Bra
zos Heights, has chosen Satur-
day September 15, as the date
of tier wedding to Mr. Gerald
Sartwell McKenna. son of Mrs.
Harry F. McKenna and the late
Mr. McKenna. also of Washing-
ton.
The wedding will take place in
the Blessed Sacrament Church In
Chevv Chase. D.C.. at an 11:00
a.m. nuptial mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond will be
leaving in the near future to at-
tend their granddaughters wed-,
ding.
Collegiate Club
Dancing Tonight
At Club Tropical
The Club Tropical Is the fccene
of the Collegiate Club's Midsum-
mer Ball tonight.
Dancing will commence at 8
p.m. with music supplied by the
popular Tropicana Orchestra.
Table reservations at fifty
cents each may be obtained
through contact with any mem-
ber the Collegiate Club or
through the management of the
Club Tropical.
Balboa (Y' Needs
Books, Magazines
Once again the Balboa Armed
Service YMCA is appealing to the
public for donations of maga-
zines, pocketbooks and library
books. Magazines, especially are
needed by the crews and the
passengers of many ship which
dock in Balboa for a limited stay.
All types of magazines regard-
less of date of publication will be
greatly appreciated. If you wish
a truck to pick up your donations
please call Balboa 2759 or 2839.
Three-Year-Old Celebrates
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cralg of
Margarita, entertained In honor
of their daughter. Rhonda Mae,
with a party at their residence
Wednesday, to celebrate her
third birthday anniversary.
A pink and blue color scheme
was used in the appointments of
Jeffery I the birthday table and in the
roses and confection birds on the
the first prizes were won by Peter
Bain, Rusty Fields and Alice Ta-
ber. The second prizes went to
Ellen Zitzman and Richard Phll-
The other guests were: Patty
Bain, Carla and Irene Meehan,
Ellen Furey. Eddie Whltlock. Ju-
dy Bell Mlchele Rainier. Mary
Ann Fields, Dale and Nancy
Clarke, Susan Corrigan. Susan
Philips. Gordon Karlger and San-
dra Hughes.
The hostess was assisted by
Mrs. Gordon Karlger and Mrs.
Leslie Clarke.
Also present were: Mrs. Cyrus
" C. Zitzman.
..Secretary. Mrs. H. E. Walthers. I ry Keepers.
Treasurer. Mrs. Thomas W.
Greenwood.
Mrs. W B. Ronavne and Mrs.
.L-J. Unszlcker were welcomed as
new members to the League.
Awards were presented the
members of the winning team
and for individual scores. Mrs.
Fred Wroble was Captain of the
'winning team with Mrs. R. L. i at 8:30.
8mith Mrs. William Cottrell and i --------
Airs George Ellis as the support- | Catholic Daughters Notice
hue members. The Catholic Daughters of
Mrs Wroble won the trophy for j America wish to express their ap-
.having the highest set: Mrs. J. Ipreciation to all who assisted in
W. Schwnrtz had high average j making their recent food sale a
.and Mrs. E. L. Hamon had high isuccess.
name.
Hospital Notes
Mrs. Joseph Smith and Jimmy
Dolan. both of New Cristobal, are
patients in Colon Hospital.
Bingo at Coco Solo Tonight
Bingo will be played at the Co-
, co Solo Officers Club this evening
The other ladies present in-
cluded: Mrs. L. L. Koepke Mrs.
a. L. Wallace. Mrs. R. L Smith.
Mrs. Roy Nielsen and her mo-
mer. Mrs. Earl Foster. Mrs. G. J.
Sllisand Mrs. H. J. Thornton.
Swimming Partv
for Miss Joan Blair
Miss Maybelle Gardner, daugh-
Teen-Age Seek Dance
Through the courtesy of the
Cristobal-Margarita Civic Coun-
cil, the Teen-age Club is spon-
soring a "sock dance" at the Mar-
garita gymnasium Saturday
evening. Music will be furnished
by the Royal Sultan's Orchestra.
Admission will be 25 cents for
all non-members of the Teen-Age
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PAGE NINE
Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
MANHATTAN. CONFIDENTIAL
The estranged Yul.Brynners (he is the King In Rodgers and
Hammejsiein'8 nit) are seeing each other more than befoie the
items Kept them apart. He adores her...Add Follies Girls Who
Never Fade: Jean Ackerman. who still makes male necks turn (all
the way around, like ventriloquists dummies) when she zlegields
Into any plate...At Eleanor Holm's (Mrs. Billy Rose Upstate
estate, she has only one standing rule: "Guests must be up for
luncheon".. .Puke Ellington and his bralntrust iCress Courtney)
have ended their nine-year Idyll. Show business insiders say this
Is a Big Mistake.
SBC is being properly gratelul to John F. Royal, who was a
er when tue rest oi us were kids, by putting him In a con-
fcuitah's job lor the rest of his lile. He retires Aug. l A hillbilly
uitty thai stays In your heart Is "Longing For You".. .That doll at
her Central Pali south window yesteraawn at six, yelling "Fine
Thing!" was Nancy Kelly!...It there Is a newspaper or magazine
u starring u pair or beautiiul opera-lengths, they are probably
modeled by Jackie Copeland, whose dletrlchs are the most photo-
graphed oi all.. .Merle Oberon, who paused at LaGuardla with the
anucks en route to Paris, was embraced by a married columnist,
whose last Initial Is W.
Commentator Cecil Brown was forced to cancel his world
.light tor a few days. Alter taking all the shots to stay healthy
In various climes, he was stricken with nicotine poisoning. He's
a nonstop chain-smoker... One 01 the nicest friendships m town:
His Eminence Cardinal Spellman and Leo Llndy, the secretary
oi the Runyon Cancer Fundtalking aDout this and that.. .Ralph
Ingersoll, original editor 01 PM, Is co-owner of some Texas gush-
ers... S. Billingsley paid $86,500 for a live-story town house at 33
t. 69th St. Last ween he could have netted $13,300 on it, but turn-
ed it down. The offer came from Dale Carnegie, the advice-
dealer.
Warning to all nightclubs, saloons, package-stores,
etc. The Suite of New York Liquor Authority will penalise
you or revoke your license if you cash or take any relief
checks. This goes for any place where liquor is sold,
'xhis law can be found under Section 151 (an amendment).
Chapter 5*0. it starts: "Penalty for cashing public as-
sistance checks. These checks include home relief, old age
assistance, aid to the blind, aid to dependent children,
veterans' assistance and aid to the disabled." Thank this
column for this tip in time.
Labor Newt
And
(eminent
"What's All This 'Controls' Hullabaloo About?
>
Racket in the AirProducers of road shows, vaudeville and
nightclub units are beating transportation costs on long hops.
Here's one typical Instance: An 18-person troupe plus four In the
management, signed up In New York to play the Desert Inn, a
amoiing layout m Las Vegas, Nev., owned, by the Cleveland smart
oys. A deal was made to play two performances free for the Air
Force, one at Mitchel Field, Long Island, before the vake-otf, and
the next at San Antonio, Tex. For this the personnel, props and
baggage were ferried to Las Vegas and back to New York In AF
ships. It saved the management more than $5,000. Without .the
long tree lifts the paid date couldn't have been handled at all.
By MICHASL V. DiSalle
Director of Price Stabilization
(Victor Rlesel is on racorlon.
Michael V. DiSalle, Director o;
Price Stabisaton, is substitut-
ing for htm toay as spec at
guest columnist.;
WASHINGTON During the
seven months that I have been
Director of Price Stabllzlatlon, I
have imposed many deadlines
on manufacturers, retailers^ and
other businessmen.
Sometimes I have extended
these deadlines, when It appear-!
ed that the paper work involved '
was really too much to be ac-
complished In the given period.
Now I am the one who has to
meet a deadline,, because I
agreed to deliver this column by!
a certain date. And "does Victor j
Rlesel give me an extension?
No. He doesn't even suggest
such a thing. He knows that I
have plenty of spare time, since
my work-day In these summer
month Is down to about 16
hours or thereabouts.
So I am writing this column
on schedule. I should have gone
to the press room to write it.
because the press room In our
building is air-conditioned, and
my office is not. However, I
don't mind the heat so much.
There was plenty of heat on me,
even last winter, and I am used
to It.
Like anybody else I have
often read columns and felt
that I could do better. But
somehow, having to, settle down
and. write one has deprived me
of that feeling especially
since I have found out In Wash-
ington that so many people
know so much more about prices
than I do.
Of course, I am happy to hear
from people who know about
prices. And usually I have to
listen whether happy or not.
But certainly there is no com-
pulsion about anyone's having
to read a column, not even this
one. ----
It was cood of Vic to fiive me '
an opportunity to tell -his read-1 ORUMMETTI CAMP, Tanganyika-Old Chul.
ers something about the Job we' the lWtL Is possibly the most beautiful of all
are trying to do and what the [ tne African trophies, and also about the most
^eDAHY WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
y ORIW PEARSON
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Death At Dusk
By BOB RUARK

Aside to Jersey Joe, the new heavyweight champ:
Congrats! And now be smart and dump "the mob." (WW
says the underworld has got him.)
Nightclubs In the U. S. are In arrears, constantly, to the
lug taxes. If the government were to crack down on all as once,
lng taxes. If the government were to crack down, on al lat once,
the business would be bankrupted overnight. Many of those estab-
lishments are using their debts to the U. S. and the current tax
revenue as working capital. You hear the proprietors scream
against the 20 percent bite, But It's the lifeblood of the industry.
The Damon Ruu.veii estate has been settled.. Patrice p
Runyon, who married .a *oun*stfr named Coffin a 'NLS
months before'Damon passed, battled tur iwu-ihirds, bu.
just settled for half.. .Little cash Is involved, but there is
a terrific potential from Damon's worksTV, movies,
plays, reprints of books, articles.. .Damon, Jr., and his
sister Mary inherit the other 50%...The only thing hold-
ing up the announcement is to make sure the widow's
very young husband doesn't get a dime of ItIf he out-
lives Patrice.
results have been to date.
Many people feel about
inflation that it is bad all
over but not too bad for
them individually because if
they can only, get a little
increase in price while
keeping everybody else's
price down Certainly
. there will be. no great harm
in that.
We. on the other hand, have
to watch It everywhere. That's
because little Increases here
and there, added together, could
realty start an Inflationary
that wpuld destroy the
chancy to collect. He combines extreme wari-
ness with unpredictable arrogance. He might
slink like a snake through bush that wouldn't
hide a mouse, or stroll boldly Into camp and
polish off your pet dog.
He travels almost entirely at night, and gen-
erally sticks close to almost Impenetrable cover.
He fights like a demon when wounded, and
when four guys track him into the bush two
or three generally get scratched up. A big Tom
Is nearly as big as a lioness, with comparably
lormidable fangs and claws. He Isn't hard to
kill, but awful hard to get crack at.
went back to camp, with instruction! to return
at dusk.
I poked the .30-06. sighted in for 50" yards,
through a hole In the brush, squinted at the
kill In the tree, and Selby and I settled down
to wait. He was wearing a shotgun loaded with
buckshot, which is what you use in heavy brush
If you wound the cat and have to go in after
him. An angry, wounded leopard moves with
the speed of light.
The names of three of the very biggest H'wood stars were
found In the customer records of a dope-peddler.. .Louella Par-
sons, heartsick and bewildered since her widowhood, will take oft
on a vacation to nowhere on Aug. 1.. .Fran Warren's husband is
in a continual snarl with Barbara Bell, who discovered and pro-
moted Fran.. Sexy Geene Courtney Is introducing the latest and
most brazen Bikini gowns on the Coast.. .Albert Ersklne, Random
House editor, having bad family trouble.
There are two ways to bag a Chul. One is by
sheer accident, such as running Into him asleep,
or to set up a blind for.him and wait until
dusk, wheh h comes to feed on the kill. Some-
iraWtlvei tl.e earnings and the tmiA 8 leopard won't reed on the kin. Some-
saving of millions of hard-work- times he comes after dark. 8ometlmes he comes
mg Americans. Sometimes price, at 5:30. or 6:45, lust as the shooting light fades,
increases are inevitable but you' And often he doesn't come at all.
Can rest assured that we would The Grummetti river seemed to be alive with
Chuls. All night lone you could hear the chesty,
surly growl, and the enraged curses of the bo-
boons after a scream told you that the hunt-
ing cat had scragged an unwarv youngster. We
figured at least five- leopards, maybe more.
Our professional hunter. Harrv 8elby, had a
favorite tree which had yielded him leoDards
before. I shot a Grant gazelle and a wart hog
both of which Chul adores and we hung
them up In the tree.
' tj -i .
Drew Pearson says: 82nd Congress sets new record for do-
nothingness; Truman's shifting policies discourage
parry unity; Lobbyists and local interests prevail.
v.,WiVSH{KaTCN~ Mo_" "P111 observers agree that not In
years has there been such a tired, listless, indifferent, do-nothing
pSSG??, *-? the 82nd' The iamed Mth Congress, against which
-K5 eLl Truman campaigned to victory In 1948, was a stem-
winder by comparison.
ytr VJiy aei the 82nd Congress failed to pass a single ap-
propriation by the end of the fiscal year, on June 30 but a,
good many members don't seem to care. They don't even seem
to care that they are being called the "horse-meat" congress.
. S"i ln mL recol,ect}n have both morale and morals been
so low, leadership so lacking.
Never ln my recollection has there been less idealism lees
patriotism, such poor party discipline, never such shameless
onfday ^wMk Coneressmen are PrMer" hi Washington only
paraTyslr """ maln" overrldm& reasons for this political
HsJb&iSL Tt'he Ta":End 'A Tife", Uninspired Administra.
wJLrobab'y 'he end of a long period o Democratic rule.
Nobody, except a few Incurable optimists, really expects this
iS?&n22lfo re-elected, and when'that frame* of rmnd
ana ?"? i h!fe Ia." u no party discipline, no leadership,
f .n?lWl h0Ut leadersn'P every Congressman adopts the law
of the jungle every man /or himself. Instead of voting what*
good for the country, he votes what's good for himself or YhJ
nbS2nv w?h.. Me,ped 5F hU camPal*n chest He knowsfba*
Lhnv0 hy( te5 '*,"?.' Proolems. the nation's Interest has to be- pu.
b&E htahd,i,tr,St" lnlerMt- A flood-control reservoir may &
?on m*v .Uildre,t0r,.i0 people ln nU district, but their dlslbca-
LrvnT ?rVhc Uves and Property of millions below the re-
?-,. i *" However- an "I'll Ret mine, you get yours" stflrlt
and heToe^?!"1,1" !h,s C8n"- The law of the lobbyist
ana tne local interest reigns supreme
,n2LTJler,e.?"*,?een No Firm Ha"> On The Reins. Thula
Capitol HU C WhUe HUSe and oi the Democratic leader?on
JSmJS&C* h"8 alternately be"ed and molded. He Hi.
th ,ngresf. lsJlke.1a team of horses- It knows from the feet of
,r.ln" wneth,er,the drlver ls competent, and, like a team of
coax thm 5p"a hirnat y laSh Con8ressmen lmo lalh""if?
When the President calls the Alger Hiss prosecution a Ted
ih."lnC0ne,dav' he" rewards the Hiss prosecutor with a judf*-
ship When he calls the Fulbrlght RFC reforms "asinine" IrS
Keri^fr.?^8!?.1,.1"^ reiorma hlmseII: When he vetoes ih^
*,! JS? tur' ?a?LBll theJ? aPPlnts a Pomer Commission Chair-
man who adopts the Kerr BUI Congress knows that an unsteady
hand is holding the reins. :."
,. .HarrJy Tnm}an W,H go down In history as a courageous Presi-
dent ana on his major policies a correct President. But he will
i.iso be known as an unstable, unpopular President, and ln lead-
ing Congress, popularity and stability is what counts.
The President's leaders on Capitol Hill are no better oartrv
because they don't particularly believe ln the President's policies,
also get discouraged working for him. "!-
Speaker Sam Rayburn, who once held a steady hand over the
House of Representatives, now doesn't care much whether school
keeps or not. Sam is older, more tired, more discouraged than in.
16 S8H Z!len he controlled the unruly House of Representatives
lor FDR Those were the days when he pioneered the Securities
and Exchange laws through Congress; Then the Holding Corpo-
ration Actboth great landmarks to his legislative career. But
It s doubtful today if Sam would have the courage and stamina,
to repeat that legislative performance.
In the Senate, the President's leader is a genial, hard-workkw
scared Senator from Arizona, Ernest McFarland, who ls so worried
he will not be re-elected that he spends more time looking over ,bia
shoulder at his home state than at the national problems oltohed
at him in the Senate. K
McFarland's assistant, Lyndon Johnson, squeaked Into the
Senate from Texas by the narrow margin of 87 votes and, having
done so, has adopted a policy of antagonizing no one a pojjey
which does not help to pass Mr. Truman's measures and which
lias won for Lyndon the nickname "Lying Down'' Johnson
Therefore, the Senate today is treated to the spectacle of
watching the President's two leaders unhappily voting and work-
You can't move, talk, read or scratch in a
Chul blind. You Just sit while the tsetse flies
and mosquitoes feast.- But as time passes and
expectancy rows, it is the most suspensefully
fascinating wait in the world.
It is now 20 minutes to 7, with five minutes
of shooting light left. Five hundred yards away
a leopard fakes his saw-soundlnn cough. Al-
most immediately there ls a scrutchlng noise
and ln the tree which has been all tree there
is nothinn but leopard. Nothing before, and '8 against many of the policies -they are supposed to push
3) The Lurking Fear Of Civil Rights Reall
fiuch rather give blood trans-
uslons that price Increases
When we started our pro-
gramt we found the cost of
living increasing at a very
dizyy pace; so in late Jan-
uary we applied our brakes.
Our economy wat moving
so fast trat we felt it was
impossible to bring it to a
dead halt without smash-
ing it completely.
But since we have applied the
brakes we have been making
adjustments according to the
facts that we have been able to
uncover.
Although the cost of living
has Increased about 10 per cent
since January 1950, the Increases
alnoe the beginning of our price
stabilization prcrjram have been
moderated to a point where we
"We'll let them hamt about three or four davs.
until they gei good and ripe," Selby said. "Chul
likes them real high. When you can smril that
ole all the way to camp, we'll go and have'a
look."
Three days later we checked the tree and saw
what was evidently a bis one had been feedinu
on the Orant gazelle, averagina about 20 pounds
cf flesh a night.
"Give him two more days." Selby said, "until
he's really fond of that smell, and we'll go col-
lect him. Maybe. You can't count on ny leo-
uard to do anything vou expect him to."
Came the two days and we took off ln Jessica,
L1"!.1;!31 encouragement ln our ,he 1eeD. We gat readv t0 umD and as trie'

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preciate that tailored look in silver a* well as
in clotliei. Serenity bears an appropriate name,
for it is a tranquil and seren design with an out-
line of pure symmetry and a touch of-chaste
decoration defdy applied. International's master
silversmiths have given very special attentipn to
proportions and shape of die bowls and the
tine, and particularly to the knife, which is one
of the loveliett pieces e\er made.
TAHITI
THE J f w E I R V
137 Ventral
STORE
cf t t IS7
progress.
The Consumers' Price Index,
Issued as of the 15th of each
month, shows that from Ten. 15
to Feb 15 there was a 1.3 per
rent Increase ln living cor's.
This was the month in which
we had about two weeks without
controls and about two weeks
with controls. From Feb. 15 to
Mar. 19 we find .4. of one oer
cent Increase the smallest
since Aug. 1950. From Mar. 15
_ to Apr. 15 the cost of living In-
creased onlv .1 of one per cent,
the smallest rise
1950. This ls a real Indication
thot we are achieving economic
stnMiiatlon.
We have issued many regula-
tions of a broad nature, with
o"hcks In manv cost-of-llvlne
fields, bttt of eonrse we are not
o'lsfied that we have achieved
11 that can be achieved. In
ieep whizzed past the blind we shot Into the
cover like a hair of r-iehtened hares. Jessica
suddenly everything.
There ls no comparable sight. The big round
head appears In the first fork, seemingly as big
as a barrel. The cold eyes stare directly at you,
and Chtii turns his head slowlv, casing the joint.
And you don't shoot him. You wait.
There is a blur, a flash, and suddenly the
leopard ls on another branch. He is suspicious
and Isn't going to the kill. He is heading aloft
to safetv. because you can't see him up there
ln the rigging.
Selby murmurs. "Now or never," and your re-
flexes work unbidden. Somehow the sight cen-
ters on the shoulder, as this great cat stands
oroflled aualnst the deep green and the fading
light.
You never heard the Remington talk but the
bullet whunks and down he comes, hitting the
Kround like a thunderclan.
"Neat." Selby says. "Right on the button."
He whacks vou on the back and walks, up care-
fully with the shotgun, because dead game has
:i habit of coming alive and killing people.
"Heart and both shoulders." Selbv says. "A
beauty."
8o there he lays, old Chul. vour Chul. eight
feet of golden Tom, as beautiful dead as he was
alive, and vou handled him just right, because
one shot Is all vou ever get. I tell you, I was
drunk when we came bek to camp, and I
hadn't had a drirtk. I didn't need one.
India Acts Warlike
e
By Brjce Biossat



Prime Minister Liaquat AH Khan of Pakistan
complains that India is massing troops on his
country's border.
India's Prime Minister Nehru acknowledges
since Feb!! the troop movements. Uut says they are for oc-
ense. He charges Pakistan with "organized
preparations for laids and sabotage In Indian
territory.''
DisDaiches Horn New Delhi disclose that the
major part of India's 400,000-man army has
been arrayed along the frontier or ln other
daneer zones like Kashmir. Nehru insists In-
dia has no Intention of attacking Pakistan,
though this force seems a little large for corn-
Is just and proper that the Issue be settled by
a peaceful vote, not by force. The presence of
Indian troops there, plus India's persistent re-
fusal to consider a plebiscite, amounts to viola-
tion of the letter and spirit of the united Na-
tions charter.
y Dominates The
.senate. This ls something never talked about publicly but which
Is the most basic factor behind the Republican-Dlxlecrat coalition.
Two years ago, when Southern leaders found that Mr. Tru-
man was really serious about pushing his Civil Rights program
i hey formed a coalition with Northern Republicans the follow-
ers of Abraham Lincoln to sabotage Civil Rights ln return fof
Southern help ln blocking part of" Truman's economic program.
That Is why Just enough Northern Republicans always vote
with the South to block cloture and to continue any filibuster
against Civil Rights. That ls also why you w'U usually find just
enough Southern Democrats voting with the Republicans and a-
gainst the Democratic platform to kill some of the Truman econ-
omic and labor measures which the Republicans oppose.
The bipartisan foreign policy has been pretty much on the
rocks ever since the death of Michigan's Senator Vandenberg. But
loday a much firmer, though never discussed, bipartisan domestic
policy has taken its place.
Engineered primarily by Russell of Georgia and Taft of Ohio,
It operates so smoothly it ls almost automatic. And It has become
j basic factor ln the stultification of a Congress which will pro
bably go down as one of the most do-nothing ln history.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
A business committee advising the Munitions Board has re-
commended standardizing all automobile and airplane engines...
A real blow to the Kremlin: Since V-J day the American steel In-
dustry has Increased production by more than Russia's total pro.
ductlon... The White House got a report last week that Amer-
ican Industry ls now delivering $300,000,000 worth of guns, tanks,
planes, and radar to the armed services per month. This will soon
jump to $500,000.000 per month... The recent price increase grant-
ed the machine-tool industry was ordered by Mobilization Boss
Charlie Wilson over Mike DISalle's head... General Rldgway haa
Informed Washington that Japan will be able to put four divisions
.n to the field in eight months. Training of the Japanese police
force has been going on secretly, Rldgway reports, but a new de-
mocratic Japanese army will soon be announced.
THE MAIL BOX
POSTAL IDEAS
Mall Box. Editor:
Here ls a thought that con-
cerns the Postal Service.
I assume the Governor wants
Postal Service for years, ^ht
United States Post Office might
even find it advantageous to put
such a system In operation in the
Canal Zone. This should enable
the months ahead Inflationary ba.t,mJl,"!f.r.e.'vra!d6_aJ"d fa5,liKe
presures will become greater as
more of our national production
I* diverted to the defense effort.
More purchasing power will be
made available to the large
eo"'umlpg poDtilstlon.
We hope thnt durln? this
dangerous period Americans
will work together as a team
by:
Savina as much of their
eornlnm as nossibl*;
BiniUia only inftnt they
fin* is necesstirv to buv
nnuing only at celling
pr^es:
Br;'lni only in legitimate
channels.
Wf-Hng together we can ic-
"omnll=h effective stabtn>atlon
we can nreserve the value of
?h* more" we save, and we can
help minimise the imna^t of
the high rising cost of living
fr those neople who are on
fixed Incomes.
WorMn" t--i>"r r -on n-e-
v p nv #n- :-- the
'nunlratlnn r* <- '
lng people of all the world.
Americans thousands of miles from the scene
are not qualified to Judge who ls really threat-
ening whom. But they are not barred from
passing moral judgment on the general India-
Pakistan dispute.
That dispute has centered for a long time, on
the independent princely state of Kashmir,
which both nations wish to absorb.
United Nation* mediators have recommended
that a plebiscite be held to allow the people of
Kashmi. to vote on where they shall place their
allegiance. Pakistan accepts this plan, but In-
dia does not. Furthermore. India has put Us
troops into Kashmir to keep command of the
situation, and Indian leaders say they will never
allow Kashmir to get out-of their hands.
No one can be positive which way the mixed
Hindu and Moslem population of that state
would lean. It might well favor India. But It
mlt mediation. He Ignored the fact that his
nroposed settlement terms amounted to reward-
ing Communist aggression.
All through that period, the Kashmir contro-
versy still raged, and India adamantly refused
to accept anv solution but Its own. The atti-
tude at New Delhi obviously has not altered one
whit.
The Indian view seems to be that mediation
is foi the other fellow. Nehru wants the UN
charter to apDlv to everyone but him.
Ir the light of India's record, men of char-
acter in the free world can have scant sym-
pathy for Nehru's pretensions as a "man of
peace." And thev would have little patience with
any action that would lead to an outbreak of
war between India and Pakistan.
Hvpocrlsv Is a harsh word but It pretty well
describes India's behavior. World peace can
never be promoted bv men who think that the
principle of lust settlement of disputes should
guide all the world but the part thev govern.
[ff&P"
course of action suggested by KD
ln a recent letter?
Let us assume he does encour-
the Zone. All facilities which are
still ln operation because they
are self-sufllclent will benefit
?3
age the U. S. Post Office to take even more by these few addition-
over the Canal Zone System, i al employes, adding extra bCbty
Then the Governor will be asked I to the coffers of the Panam fa-
who he would recommend to run nal Company,
the U. S. organization. This auto-1 The post office personnel; no
matlcally takes care of the men longer a part of the Panama Ca-
in the top Jobs of the Canal Zone' nal Company, would be placed ist
Postal Service. They win, with- the category of employes of go*
out a doubt, also be the top men ernmental agencies, outside
ln the U. S. system. i preferred company lists,
Next, by making the change. could be charged Increased hous-.
the Panam Canal Company will ing rents, similar to rents placed
receive additional revenue by on Army and Navy civilian per.-
hauling of the U. 8. malls on the sonnel. So, these additional funds
company trains. This additional will aid the new Panam Canal
revenue will more than pay for Company to jecome self-suffI-
twenty-flve cent stamps that the! clent. although It seems unfair
Panam Canal Company will be' that an employe of one branch of
required to pay for the official the United States government
registered matter which now goes should be charged more than an
free to local addresses. The U. S. employe of another branch of the
Post Office will require the stan-
dard 25-cent registration fee for
all registerslocal or foreign.
The company will continue to
make a nice revenue from haul-
ing U. S. malls from New York to
Cristobal and back.
Carrier service has been an In-
tegral part of the United States
same government for govern-
mental housing. Be that as it
may, in the interest of Increased
revenue, here Is another Balboa
which can be squeezed into the
Panam Canal Company's self-
sufficient clutches.
This ls the end or my thought*.
Thoughtless.


4iE TEf
1 J
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1951
Acheson Survives Republican
IBid To Amputate His Billfold
By REX CHANEY '-----------------------------------
i
WASHINGTON, July 27 (UP) The House by a
standing vote of 171 to 81 yesterday defeated a Republic-
an move to cut off the salary of Secretary of State Dean
Acheson in hopes of forcing him out of office.
Only two Democrats Reps. E. E. Cox, Ga., and John
Bell Williams, Miss. were observed to stand up in favor
of the "get Acheson" rider to the pending $1,051,000,000
appropriation bill for the State Commerce and Justice de-
pbrtments.
A score or more Republicans joined the Democratic
majority to defeat the long-planned maneuver after an
acid debate.
1 The Republicans also failed In .
a companion attempt to cut $15,- ,
000,000 from the $85,000,000 pro- ,
vlded In the bill for the State
Department's "Voice of America."
The cut was defeated 167 to 138
after Democratic leaders pointed
out that the House Approprla- '
tlins Committee had already lop-
ped $30.000.000 from the foreign Rooney was merely bragging on
Information funds originally ask-| the good sense of his own constl-
edbv the administration. tuents and not necessarily In-
Rpubllcan sponsors of the; suiting any fellow House mem-
mbve conceded that Acheson : bers.
could still remain In office even Moments later however Roo-
lf'hts salary were cut off. pro- 'ney challenged the Republicans
vi8ed he was willing to serve ; to seek formal impeachment of
without pay. But they said ap- Acheson "If vou feel that he Is
prpval of their proposal would unlit for office.
arw that congress had lost con- "Do It the honest way he
f idence In Acheson crled- Do not K'ovel In the slums
the anti-Acheson rider was in- of irresponsible flaunting of the
traduced by Rep. John Phillips, law."
R' Cal. and had the formal That brought another OOP
baking of the House Republican protest and this time Rayburn
_**," -,,1.,,) thai Rnnniiv hflH onflp Inn
Conference.
scldlv that "the people of my
district do not like slippery,
snide and sharp practices," Re-
publicans leaped to their feet
and protested that he had re-
flected on their integrity a
violation of House rules.
Rayburn pondered the issue a
moment and then ruled that
The rider said:
None of the money appropria-
te* in this act shall be paid to the
head of an executive department
wrjo.' within a period of five
years preceding his appointment.
W%& partner in. or a member of.
a professional firm which deriv-
ed' pny part of its income from
reir-sentin'i or acting for a for-
eign government, or who, acting
as-tan individual, derived Income
frrjm such representation."
Phillips told the House the lan-
gufcee was aimed directly and
solis at Acheson. who once was
a oumber of a Washington law
flrflFwhlch represented foreign
governments in court actions
he e.
! )eoate over the rider waxed
ho .
: teo. John J. Rooney. D.. N.Y..
floor manager for the Appropria-
tions BUI. charged that the Re-
publicans were trying to "get
Acne30n not by Constitutional
ruled that Rooney had none too
far.
Rep. Donald L. Jackson, R.,
Cal., said Acheson should be left
to stand trial "at the ballot box
before the tribunal of American
public opinion In November.
1952."
He said he had to oppose the
GOP rider because It was like
passing a bill "which says, in ef-
fect, that no man with a mus-
tache can serve In public office."
Rep. Chet Hollfleld, D.. Cal., op-
posed the rider almost alone
among the debaters on the
grounds that Acheon has done a
splendid job and Is one of the
"bsst Secretaries of State in
years." He got a thin round of
.pplause from the Democratic
side of the aisle.
GRUDGE SATISFIED
SALEM. Ore. (UP.)A prowl-
er with an apparent peeve a-
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commission broke Into the Cas-
cade Mercantile Co. store here
m^ans but by a camouflaged Bill and fished $23 from a box of
of Attainder." I huntlng-flshlng license receipts.
A BUI of Attainder, specifical- Police said the intruder nassed
ly outlawed bv the 'Constitution,! up money In two cash re-
ta cunltlve legislation aimed,', at '*lsters and enticing sporting
nji 'MvJdi'f-l. naipment. taking only the 11-
1 en' Itonney fi>mmented cense funds.
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Underworld's F. Costello
Faces Jail For Clamming
NEW YORK, July 27 (UP)
Gambler Frank Costello, alleged
co-boss of the East Coast un-
derworld, was arrested yesterday
and put in a fall coll for the
first time In 34 years.
Costello was indicted by a
Federal Grand Jury on charges
cf contempt of the U. S. Senate
along with two other top East-
ern underworld leaders, Joe
Adonis and Frank IVlckson.
However, he spent only 40
minutes In a cell In the U. 8.
marshal's office before he was
released In the custody of his
lawyer.
Suave Costello hurried to the
federal courthouse by subway
to surrender shortly after he
was Iflicted on nine counts of
contempt for refusing to answer
questions asked him by the
Senate's Kefauver crime com-
mittee.
He was taken before Federal
Judge John F. X. McGohey, who j vously
set ball at 85,000. A surety put pocket.
" tplvlsed New York hearings
bceause of alleged illness, and
i .,.>.> U* 'ell the committee
his net worth.
He linaliy testified for about
15 hours, permitting only his
hands to be televised from the
courtroom.
Erlckson faces 74 charges and
Adonis 16. Each charge Is pun-
ishable with a year In Jail and
$1,000 fine. .
Chubby Erlckson refused to
answer any questions about any
of his activities after he "gra-
duated" from the fourth grade.
Adonis would not answer ques-
tions about his political contri-
butions and his business asso-
ciates.
Costello slipped into the court
house with Wolf from the sub-
way entrance, dodplng photo-
graphers who had been waiting
at the main door.
Thev found him outside the
Distant Attorney's office, ner-
jlggiing coins in his
54French island up the bond and Costello was! "tVpntv nhotoersphers are
65 Parent
i rleased. He said 'he will plead going to lose their Jobs," a news-
i innocent. | ." "rid.
Adonis, 49,' Costello's alleged "I'll put them on the payroll,'
co-leader in crime, and Erlck-
son, 54, a king-pin bookmaker,
already are In Jail. They are
serving two years each for vio-
lating gambling laws, and will
be brought to Federal court to
enter their pleas to the new
charses.
Costello, who went to jail
in 1917 for a few months
on a gun-carrying charge,
fares a possible nine-year
prison sentence and a fine of
$9.000.
He was cited for refusing to
testify before the Kefauver
committee on two days, during
Costello replied. "They say I've
got everybody on the payroll."
"Are you going to cop a plea?'
he was asked.
"I'm going to sit down," he
reDlled, and he sat down.
Wolf was asked If the indict-
ment surprised him.
"I wouldn't say I'm surprised."
he said. "Just one of those
things."
He was asked li Costello Is
worried.
Wolf said, T m talking about
Wolf said. "I' mtalking about
the temperature, not the heat
of the indictment."
Sen. McCarthy Draws Bead
Again On US State Dept.
^ryboJyRaaJs Classified

WASHINGTON, July 27 (UP)
The State Department got set
for a new battle with Sen.
Joseph R. McCarthy, R. Wis,
yesterday by refusing to tell him
what it has done about 29 per-
sons he considers security risks.
McCarthy promptly announc-
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n
ed that he will name the per- |
sons and outline the charges
against them In a Senate speech
"within a few days."
The acrimlnlous exchange j
apparently signalled the start of
round two In the bitter row,
which began last year when I
McCarthy accused the depart- I
ment of harbor'"" communists
and Red sympathizers.
McCarthys original charges
were investigated bv a Senate
subcommittee. The Democratic
majority cleared the depart-
ment and accused McCarthy of
"a fraud and a hoax." But Re-
publicans accused the Demo-
cratic senators of a "white-
wash."
Then on Monday, McCarthy
sent a letter to Secretary of
State Dean Acheson listing 29
persons whose cases, he said, are
"pending'' before the depart-
ment's loyalty-securltv board.
He demanded immediate "as-
surances" from Acheson that all
have been barred from secret
information, and said tha.t un-
less he got the assurances, he
wof'ld make public the names
which he had clipped from
copies of the letter given to the
press.
The department sent a bllst-
erlng reply to McCarthy yester-
Hny |n a letter signed by Carlisle
H. Humelslne, head of the
Lovalty-Securlty Division.
He accused McCarthv of at-
tacking the department's "hon-
est and effective" loyalty pro-
gram "for purely political rea-
sons, and without regard to the
facts."
Humelslne said McCarthy's
list of 29 persons "Includes the
names of persons who are not
employes of the State De"*-
ment, and employes who have
been cleared bv the depart-
ment's Loyalty-Security Board,
as well as some employes whose
cases actually are pending be-
fore the board."
"Your indiscriminate lumping
together of names and the
threat to make them public is
tantamount to holding hostage
the reputation and rights of
those emploves who have been
or may be cleared of the allega-
tions against them." Humelslne
told McCarthy.
McCarthv promptly retorted he
of any "political strategem or
must "assume" from the reply
that the 29 persons "still do
have access to secret materials."
He said his list of names
"cannot be Incorrect," as the
department claimed, because he
got the list from Chairman
Hiram Blngham of the top-level
Loyalty Review Board in the
Civil Service Commission.
Humelslne said President Tru-
man's orders forbid giving out
any information on loyalty cases
which are still pending, and that
the State Department is not go-
ing to violate the order because
of anv "political strategen or
threats" on McCarthy's part.
Girl On Suspended
Sentence For Theft
Picked Up Again
Durlne a recent session In
the Balboa Magistrate's Court
Elmlra Clementine Thompson,
alias Thelma Gladys Williams,
a 19-year*-old Panamanian, was
charged with intent to com-
mit burglary when she entered
a house in Ancon.
The case was continued af-
ter a preliminary hearing was
held Tuesday. Ball was fixed
at 1300. but a date for the
trial has not been set.
She was convicted of steal-
in $600 In March from a Co-
coll home, for which she was
on a year's suspended sentence.
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Fue autorizado emprstito para el Hotel "El Panam*
El Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro inform en la
maana de hoy que el Export and Import Bank de Wash-
ington anunci la autorizacin de un crdito de 671,-
500,000 al Gobierno de la Repblica de Panam, el cual
ser usado para completar el financiamiento del ultra-
moderno Hotel El Panam.
El prstamo se ha efectuado a la rata de 4% anual
y ser amortizado en 120 mensualidades, comenzando des-
pus de la firma del Contrato. Los detalles y condiciones
de este emprstito, estarn sujetos a futuras negociacio-
nes, segn informa el Comunicado del Ministerio de
Hacienda.
Conjuntamente con esta noticia, fuentes enteradas y
allegadas a los altos crculos oficiales y del Banco Fidu-
ciario, dijeron que ya estaba asegurada la reanudacin de
las actividades de esta institucin, ya que el Hotel Pana-
m le adeuda cerca de un milln de balboas, que sern
pagados al Banco Fiduciario.
Estimaron estas fuentes que con este pago, los cobros
hechos hasta la fecha que ascienden a cerca de un milln
de balboas, los fondos que tiene'el Gobierno depositados
all y fuertes sumas 'de poderosos empresas nacionales, el
Banco podr abrir dentro de breve plazo.
La noticia de la consecucin del emprstito que fue
a negociar la comisin que est en los Estados Unidos, ha
causado cierro optimismo en las altas esferas oficiales en
cuanto a lo que ha de significar para el pas esta nueva
inyeccin econmica: Pero no ha habido comentario ofi-
cial alguno respecto de las negociaciones del otro em-
prstito por B 726,000,000.00.
HOA
1090 Ken
PANAMA
HOW
1230 Kcs.
COLON
HOT A LAS 1:00 P.M.
MUJERES
ENTRE REJAS
Cortesa de AngeUnl.
dflMt
^
Red Panamericana
PatiamaAmrtca
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MADERAS
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PANAMA. R. P., VIERNES, JULIO Z7, 1951
CINCO CI-NTf.SIMMH
Zona neutral reemplazar
El Consejo de Gabinete aprob el
Presupuesto Nacional esta maana
Fi Prnunuesto Nacional fu aprobado hoy por el Consejo de Gabinete, despus de ha-
* ^^Z^tS^^'^SV^t B, M5J-
093.38 ^responden ."compromisos adquiridos por el Estado como amortisaclon e intereses
de la deuda interna, externa t especiales.
Los detalles por Ministerio son los sifulentea:
............................................BA
'.amalea Nacional ...
obierno y Justicia ..
'{elaciones Exteriores .
Hacienda v Tesoro ...
Educacin ...........
Universidad ..........
Agricultura y Comercio
338,004.9}
6.048,434.86
687.264.00
1,420,205.00
7,746,930.03
543,000.00
1.015,235.00
40,475.00
Direccin de Precios v Abastos....................................... | 305 g46'M
Obras Pblicas ........-.................................'.............466J95.00
Contralona..................................................
Con respecto a las Rentas el nuevo presupuesto Us ha calentado as:
O / Q CQt AIYt All
Impuestos de Importacin ............................................. S'705'OOOOO
Derechos Consulares ............................................ 'l4400000
Impuestos de Exportacin ............................................ 46 500 00
Almacenes Depsito ................................................. !> ainVil tu
impuestos Sobre!. Renta ........................................ ^Wg^
Servicios Nacionales ..................................... 827 000 00
Rentas Patrimoniales del Estado...................................... 82700000
Miscelneas ...............................'.'".*...'.'*.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 4,511,000.00
Beneficencia ............................................ _______
TOTAL..............B/. 33,463,353.98
Se intensificar la campaa
de nutricin que desarrolla el
Dpto. de Salud Pblica
El Panam-Amrica se in-
form hoy en fuentes oficiales
de que con la llegada de la se-
orita Lucila Sogandares, ex-
perta nutrlclonlsta panamea
que ha trabajado durante va-
rios aos con el Instituto de
Nutricin de Centro Amrica y
Panam (INCAP) y con el Ton
do para el Socorro de la Infan-
cia (UNICEF). se intensificar
la Campaa de Nutricin que
efectuar el Departamento de
Salul Pblica en todo el pais a
base de madres, pre-escoares
y el programa coordinado con
el Ministerio d Educacin pa-
ra los comedores escolares.
Fuerzas armadas y
tanques impedirn
desfile comunista
TEHERAN, julio 27. (UP).
Soldados, policas armados y
tanques se concentraron en el
centro de Tehern para hacer
eumpllr la orden contra una
gran concentracin comunista.
En las embajadas de Gran Bre-
taa y Estados Unidos se colo-
caron guardias extras.
Ms de 200 soldados con cas-
cos y rifles con bayonetas, po-
licas armados con carabinas v
sables y cuatro tanques man-
tenan guardia en la Plaza del
Parlamento y sus alrededo-
res.
La seorita Sogandares ser
designada Coordinadora Jefe del
programa de distribucin de le-
che en nuestro pais en la Co-
misin Permanente que estar
integrada por Victoriano Torres
U. y la seora Libertarla de
Cohn, por Educacin, y por la
seorita Lucila Sogandares, se-
ora Silvia Castillo de Duncan,
y los seores Rmulo Roux y
Gullermo E. Beleo C. por Sa-
lubridad.
Entre los importantes traba-
jos de nutricin que se reali-
zarn en Panam se encuen-
tra estudios de dietas, recomen-
daciones sobre nutricin usan-
do productos nacionales de esto
mismos problemas a base de
normas cientficas estrictas.
Urbano brindar
Cocktail el Lunes
a los periodistas
Con asistencia de distinguidos
diplomticos, autoridades loca-
les, miembros de la radio, pren-
sa y nuestra sociedad, tendr
lugar a las cinco de la tarde
del da lunes 30 del presente,
un alegre cocktail que asocia-
damente ofrecen los empresa-
rios del Teatro Mayo, el mun-
dlalmente famoso Fakir Urbano
y la Fakiresa Rubia, cuyo es-
pectculo se anuncia para el
martes 31.
La Corte refirese
a un Editorial de
El Panam-Amrica
Panam, 27 de Jallo de 1951.
Sr. Director de
"El Panam-Amrica."
Presente.
El Editorial "La Independen-
cia de los Jueces" entraa tesis
llamada a producir efectos sa-
ludables en la comunidad. La
Justicia debe ser siempre inde-
pendiente y respetable. Expre-
srnosle nuestra profunda satls-
f Mfk
A nombre de la Corte Supre-
ma de Justicia
Erasmo de la Guardia
Presidente.
Organizacin de la
Salud Pblica ser
integrada pronto
Hoy supimos en la Direccin
de Salud Pblica que se estn
recibiendo los nombres de los
delegados de muchas organiza-
ciones y sociedades nacionales
para integrar la Organizacin
nacional para el Avance de la
Pasa a la Pie. 8. Col. )
----- o-----
Los delegados estudian los
mapas militares tendidos en
las mesas de la Conferencia
Se ha llegado ya a un acuerdo "en principio" sobre
los asuntos administrativos para apresurar
el armisticio
BASE DE AVANZADA, Corea, Julio 27 (UP)Los
negociadores del "cese de fuego" dt Corea discutie-
ron la localizacin de la zona neutral a travs de
Corea en su undcima conferencia hoy y llegaron a
un acuerdo "en principio" en los.asuntos adminis-
trativos para apresurar el armisticio.
La reunin de hoy dur una hora y 15 minutos y
fue suspendida hasta las diez del dia de maana (8
de la noche de hoy hora local).
Los delegados de las Naciones Unidas dijeron
que estuvieron detallando con mapas y palabras sus
puntos de vista sobre la zona desmilitarizada que se-
parar a los ejrcitos Comunistas y de las Naciones
Unidas. Los Comunistas pidieron un receso de un da
para preparar su respuesta.
El cuartel de las Naciones C-
nidas dijo que durante la con-
ferencia se trataron asuntos
"paramente militares" pero te*
do parece indicar que en ata
reunin se logr ms progreso
del que se esperaba.
La localiiaein de la sona des
militarizada es nno de los pun-
tos cruciales de la agenda. Se
crea que ste punto seria dis-
cutido ampliamente hasta He-
Ilustracin grfica del tumulto que se form esta maana en el almacn del Banco Agro-Pe-
cuario en el Mercado Pblico y que es una muestra de lo que sucede diariamente al ser pues-
to a la venta el arros trado por avin de Costa Rica. El Banco Agro-Pecuario pone a la ven-
ta 110 sacos de arrox diarios que son distribuidos a los bancos detallistas en el Mercado P-
blico a razn de 50 libras cada uno, para ser vendido a IS centavos la Ubra al pblico. Este
arroz segn cree el Agro-Pecuario, no se vende todo ya que estn tratando de acapararlo
algunos de los detallistas nara ser vendido a 2e centavos la libra. El pblico para no pagar
esta suma exorbitante se aglomera directamente en el almacn y trata de comprrselo al
Agro-Pecuario. Altos funcionarlos del Agro-Pecuario estn investigando estas irregularidades
a fin de que el pblico no sufra las consecuencias de estos acaparadores.
gar a un arreglo antes de pa-
ar al prximo punto de la a-
genda que trata sobre los deta-
lies el ese de fuego, pero un
portavoz de las Naciones Uni-
das dijo que ambos puntos fue-
ron tratados en la reunin de
hoy.
La> reunin de hoy se inici a
las dies de la maana, cuando
el General Nam II, Jefe de la
(Pasa a la Pgina 5. Col. 8)
Para construir con prstamos
del Seguro Social deben ser
llenados ciertos requisitos
Estas especificaciones debern ser cumplidas por
todas las personas que tengan solicitudes de
prstamos en esa entidad
El Departamento de Presta- Todo cambio o adicin que se
mos Hipotecarios de la Caja de (contemple hacer debe ser co-
La libertad del Dr.
Arnulfo Arias piden
al seor Presidente
Memorial con ms de mil
firmas es presentado
al Jefe del Estado
Se establece doble turno en
la expedicin de Patentes en
el Departamento de Comercio
Seguro Social Informa a los in-
teresados que todas las solicitu-
des de prstamos que cursan
tramitacin en la Caja de Se-
guro Social deben de llenar los
siguientes requisitos:
1Materiales:
Todo material a usar en la
construccin debe ser nuevo.
2Cambios:
munlcado por escrito a la Caja
para su aprobacin.
3Hormign:
Procedente de David y
Puerto Armuelles se ha presen-
lado al seor Presidente de la
Repblica, don Alclbiades Aro-
semena, una petioln en el sen-
tido de que este alto funciona-
rio interponga sus buenos ofi-
cios a fin de que se ponga en
libertad al doctor Arnulfo Arlas
y a los dems detenidos pol-
ticos.
Dicha peticin es del tenor
siguiente:
David. 7 de julio de 1951.
Sr. don Alclbiades Arosemena
Presidente de la Repblica.
Panam.
Excmo. seor Presidente:
Los suscritos interesados en
que la normalidad reine en la
Repblica en beneficio de los
Todo el hormign de la cons- asociados y del pas en general.
trccin debe llevar las siguien-
tes proporciones de mezcla:
a) Hormign con refuerzo
Proporcin 1-2-4
1 saco cemento tipo Por-
Pas* i P"n h Columna 1
venimos por este medio y de
la manera ms respetuosa a
solicitar de su Excelencia, se
sirva interponer sus valiosos o-
fPasv U P*t Col
Ms de 27,000 patentes se
encontraron Inmovilizadas en
el Ministerio de Agricultura y
de Comercio, segn declaraciones
del Secretarlo de Comercio, se-
or Flavlo Velasquez.
En vista de la gran cantidad
de patentes, el Ministerio se
ha visto en la obligacin de
establecer doble turno en la
expedicin de stas. Los nuevos
turnos son de siete de la ma-
ana a una de la tarde y de
una y media a seis de la tarde.
Con el nuevo horario se es-
tn extendiendo cerca de 150
patentes diarlas y se espera
que para fin de ao, todas las
patentes estarn en manos de
sus respectivos dueos.
Agreg el seor Velsquez que
desearla llamar la atencin del
pblico y de todos los comer-
ciantes de la plaza que tienen
patentes pendientes que pasen
a recoger sus recibos y a pagar
en Rentas Internas los tmpues-
iPn a ir p*' K. Column >
Obras Pblicas ha
declarado desierto
concurso de precios
Un concurso de Precios para
ei suministro de el alambre de
pas que se usar en el corre-
dor de la carretera lnterai/e-
ricna fu declarado desierto
esta maana en el Ministerio de
Obras Pblicas al no llenar los
interesados los pliegos de espe-
cificaciones exigidos.
De acuerdo con informacin
lograda en ese mismo Ministe-
rio el concurso de precios paia el
uminlstro de el alambre de
pas ha sido pospuesto para _ws
ciez de la maana del da siete
del prximo mes de agosto.
Envan materiales
para construir una
Biblioteca aqu
Varias casas comerciales han
comenzado a enviar materiales
para la construccin de la Bi-
blioteca Infantil "Francisco A-
rlas Paredes", que ser cons-
truida en el Parque Lefevre.
He aqu la lista de las easas
donantes:
Almacenes Martins, 2M pies
de madera lxS.
Compaa Texas, cuatro ro-
LONDRES.Julio 27. (UP). gura de lo.que all se acuerde *%,? BTjfiti** de
Gran Bretaa pide que Irn
garantice un mejor trato de
sus subditos empleados all
Slo as podrn reanudarse las negociaciones para
solucionar la grave crisis petrolera provocada
por la nacionalizacin
Declaran en E. U. que Panam ya comenz
la reglamentacin de la Marina Mercante
Oran Bretaa est esperando
que el Gobierno del Premier
Mohamed Mossadegh le garan-
tice el mejoramiento inmedia-
tamente de las condiciones de
trabajo de los britnicos en los
campos petroleros antes de en-
viar su misin para la reanu-
dacin de las negociaciones en
Tehern.
pueda ser llevado a la prctica.
Dijo que "para estar seguro
de esto es vital para nosotros
que las buenas relaciones entre
los iranios y britnicos sean
restauradas sin ms demora".
La opinin que prevalece en
ran Bretaa es que se acep-
tar la oferta hecha por Irn
para reanudar las negociado-
Funcionarlos britnicos hiele- nes. Oran Bretaa se encuentra
ron ver claramente que el me- | ante el dilema de que no qule-
Joramiento del trato a los em-, re antagonizar contra Estados
pleados de la Anglo-Iranian OH Unidos rechazando la oferta he-
Co. es condicin indisDensable cha por los esfuerzos del en-
para cualquier negociacin en- i viado especial de 1 Presidente
tre los dos eoblerro.v Un rfts- Truman, W. Averell Harriman,
voz del Gobierno dito oue an-
tes de reanudar las rlidr
Gran Bretaa quiere estar se-
ero tampoco quiere sufrir otro
i re de onrte deJ Onblerno
I pulgadas.
Ca
antera Les Andes, ocho yar-
das de piedra.
Plomera Moreno, artefactos
de plomera.
Carlos Bermdez I., 200 blo-
quea de cuatro pulgadas.
Rene OriUac, cuatro yardas
de piedra
Goaalet y Linares, tubera
galvanizada.
rprii: ACIN PfilD*
DE AYER MAS DE
22,100
WASHINGTON, Julio 27 (L


El Senador Herbert R. OCon-
nor dijo que Panam ha toma-
do medidas para evitar que los
barcos de su enorme marina
mercante lleven carga a los
puertos comunistas de Asia, y
que la Embajada de Panam le
dijo que el Gobierno de Pana-
m cancelar las .patentes de
todos los barcos que vayan des-
tinados a la China Roja o a
Corea del Norte.
La Embajada Panamea tam-
bin inform que todos los Con-
sulados de Panam en el mon-
de entero han recibido instruc-
ciones de examinar los docunten
toe de los barcos que se dirijan
hacia puertos rejos y que enn-
ecien sus patentes si los arma-
dores rehusan descargar la
mercanca.
La Embajada dije que stas
ordenes son el paso inicial para
evitar el uso de la bandera pa-
namea para el contrabando de
materiales estratgicos detrs de
U cortina de hierro, y que el
decreto 'general reglamentando
loe barcos panameos ser ex-
pedido pronto en Panam.
El Senador O'Connor dijo que
dije Que las nuevas medidas te-
madas por Panam han evitado
el zarpe de seis barcos hasta a-
hora. Des barcos bao sido dete-
nidos en Calcuta, India; dos en
Karachi, Pakistn y otros dos
,n Hamburgo, Alemania.
El Senador O'Connor preside
el Subeomit del Senado sobre
el control de exportaciones que
ha estado tratando de corV.i el
envo de materiales estratgicos
detrs de la corUna de hierro.
Anteriormente, el Senador O'Co-
nnor haba denunciado el uso
de barcos panameos para el
comercio con el oriente y llam
la atencin al hecho de que mu
elios de los barcos bajo bande-
ra panamea que traficaban
con los rojos pertenecan a ciu-
dadanos norteamericanos.
HONG KONG, Julio 27 (LP)
__ Dos buques britnicos y uno
panameo llegaron de Forr.'.'sa
despus de haber sido intercep-
tados y detenidos por los na-
cionalistas chinos y piratas que
se Incautaron de una gran can-
tidad de carga que transporta-
ban entre los puerteo ocupaos
Toma de posesin
de E. Vallarino
impugna diputado
El HD. Luis Quintero Celern
present esta maana a la Cor-
te Suprema de Justicia una
demanda en que "pide que se
declare la inconstituclonalldad
de la toma de posesin del Li-
cenciado Eduardo Vallarino an-
te el Ministerio de Agricultura
Comercio e Industrias, como
Gerente del Banco Agropecua-
rio e Inlustria cargo para el
cual fu nombrado por Decreto
Ejecutivo de 31 de Mayo de es-
te ao, en vista de que este
nombramiento dice el deman-
dante no ha sido previamente
aprobado por la \samblea Na-
cional y que en consecuencia el
Licenciado Vallarino no puede
El Ex-Presidente Roosevelt
y el Dr. Alberto Gainza Paz
sern honrados en Nueva York
La "Casa de la Libertad" otorgar un premio es-
pecial al Dr. Gainza Paz por su labor al frente
de "La Prensa" de Buenos Aires
NUEVA YORK. Julio 27
USIS) Paul O- Hoffman, ex-
Director de la Administracin
de la Cooperacin Econmica; el
doctor Alberto Gainza Paz, per
muchos aos Director de La
Prensa de Buenos Aires; y e!
extinto Presidente Franklin D.
Roosevelt, sern objeto de no
ores en octubre prximo, de
parte de la "Casa de la Uoer-
lad", organizacin cvica privu-
va de Nueva York que celc-ra
tste ao su dcimo aniversario
ti acto tendr lugar el 7 de oc-
tubre-
El seor Hoffman, exDirector
del Plan Marshall en Europa.
Cerrar la aduana
del expreso areo
los das 28,30,31
La Administracin Generai de
.iJuanas hace saber al comei-.io
y al pblico en general, que eon
itlvo de la fusin de las Ofici-
nas de Expreso Areo y Enco-
miendas Postales, la Aduana del
recibir el Premio de la Libert:d apreso Areo permanecer o-
cue se otorga anualmente por rrda durante los das de ma-
ana, lunes y martes de la pr-
por los rojos.
Los buques britnicos Josephi-
ne Mol Ir r de 1M toneladas y i
el Admiral Hardy de 1.M* y el clonado de acuerdo con
panameo Taluel de Mfl fueron [ Constitucin Nacional."
lie jados en libertad esta sema-
trvlcios distinguidos a la d_-
mocracla; el doctor Gainza I*az.
cuya familia gui los destinos
lie La Prensa desde su funua-
cion hasta su expropiacin r3te ut, a la Avaluadura de Enso-
afie por el gobierno argentino 'mlendas Postales situada en la
continuar actuando como Ge- i recibir un Premio Especial el Avenida Per No. 17. reanudan-
rente del Banco por que su Dcimo Aniversario de la laitl- oese el servicio el mircoles lo.
nombramiento no se ha perec- lucln. La "Casa de la Libcr- t Agosto prximo.
ia!ta" ha designado al difu-.to
Presidente Roosevelt como el
dirigente mundial que "mejor
na" por los nacionalistas en Far- | La referida demanda no hab< mboliz la libertad de los pc-
oosa Todava se encuentra de- silo repartida n momentos de Jos del mundo durante la mi'
(Pasa a la Pa. 6. Cei ) i cerrar planas slt diario. m* dcada".
xuna semana para efectuar el
traslado fsico de las mercan-
cas y mobiliario de dicha oiol-
Raul D Berbey,
Administrador General de
Ahuanas.








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de WASHINGTON
Pe DREW PEARSON
ACCIN-NCOLCtlV DE LOS JUECES PARA
MANTENER SU INDEPENDENCIA
i - -
En nuestro editorial de ayer nos referimos a
la imprescindible necesidad de que todos y cada
uno de los miembros del Poder Judicial desempe-
en sus elevadas funciones dentro de la mayor in-
dependencia de criterio, sin intervenciones extra-
as a la justicia.
Ahora slo nos concretaremos a sealar la ne-
cesidad de que los encargados de administrar jus-
ticia, para mantenerse alejados de posibles influen-
cias, deben convenir entre s en una especie de ac-
cin colectiva que tenga por objeto estimular en-
tre los integrantes del Organismo Judicial del Es-
tado el mayor celo posible en lo que a independen-
cia de criterio se refiere.
La tarea de rechazar viejas prcticas que en
algunas ocasiones se han hecho sentir o se han in-
tentado ejecutar, requiere un esfuerzo coordinado
y sostenido. Dentro de un medio ms o menos vi-
ciado es indispensable, para el caso aludido, pro-
ceder integralmente para erradicar el mal, por pe-
queo que ste sea. Se necesita que de uno a otro
extremo de la Repblica los Jueces se respeten a
s mismos y, sobre todo, que se hagan respetar. Y
para obtener so en el mayor grado posible no de-
be fallar ninguna unidad, porque ello implicara
divisiones en la honradez para la administracin
de l justicia.
Es, pues, conveniente y de urgencia, que se
fomente en el seno del Poder Judicial el celo por
el buen nombre de todos sus miembros, y que ca-
da uno est convencido de que cualquier insinua-
cin extraa a la naturaleza de su autoridad en
materia de la administracin de justicia, venga s-
ta de parte de los otros Poderes del Estado o de
cualquier persona o agrupacin poltica, implica
una ofensa a su honor de caballero y de Juez.
Esta actitud de parte de ellos constituira una
barrera para las pretensiones de quien intentara
desviar el cauce de la moral en los jueces paname-
os. "
<.
Afortunadamenteste eelo por la dignidad de
nuestros tribunales se observa en el pas en la ge-
neralidad de los casos. Sin embargo, consideramos
oportuno hacer estas sugestiones con el propsito
de contribuir a acrecentar el prestigio de la Rep-
blica y para contribuir tambin a robustecer la
conciencia cvica en este importante aspecto.
Drew Pearson dice: El actual Congreso ha establecido una
nueva marca de no hacer nada; la variante poltica de
Truman ha provocado brechas en su partido; los inte-
reses privados prevalecen.
WASHINGTON. Muchos
de los observadores capitali-
nos estn de acuerdo en que
en muchos aos no ha habido
un Concreso mis cansado, in-
diferente, negligente y que no
haca nada como el actual.
El famoso Congreso No. (o,
contra el cual el Presidente
Truman luch hacia la vic-
toria en 1948, era un torbe-
llino comparado al actual.
No solo el actual Congreso
ressi:,s ,|l:l y exaltarlos
al da siguiente.
Cuando un Presidente se
refiere al juicio de Alcer Hiss
como una 'pantalla roja" un
da, y luego recompensa al
acusador de Hiss con una
Magistratura; cuando llama
a las reformas propuestas por
el Senador Fulbrlght para la
Corporacin de Financiamien-
to y Reconstruccin "asnales"
y. luec las adopta; cuando
Sherman dej escritos
todos los detalles de
su misin ante Franco
Por Martin 8. Hayden gran diarista que conservaos u-
,,.....iA,N,A-> I na relacin por escrito, todos
WASHINGTON, Julio 26 (EPS) los dias, de lo que habia sucedl-
La "misin a Madrid" del do.
No constituye gran problema
un viaje a la Luna declaran
en los EE.UU. seis cientficos

no ha aprobado una sola apro-i veta la ley sobre gas natu-
placin hacia fines del ao ls- ral de Kerr y luego nombra
cal, el 30 de Junio, sinu que n Presidente de una comi-
a muchos de sus miembros pa- s'n que aprueba la misma
rece que no les importa. An' ley. el Congreso sabe que una
ms, parece que no les lmpor-, mano temblorosa est soste-
la que se les llame el Congreso; nlendo las riendas.
de los "caras-duras". Harry Truman pasar a la
Hasta donde yo recuerdo, historia como un Presidente
almirante Forrest P. Sherman
habia sido terminada y los re-
sultados escritos en el pape!
cuando la muerte sorprendi al
hombre que surgi de "una re-
volucin de octubre" como la
j seleccin ms acertada de Tru-
man para una de las posicio-
: nes ms altas en su gobierno.
Estas manifestaciones fueron
! hechas por los ms ntimos del
Almirante desaparecido al ha-
, cer alusin al nuevo problema
! que tiene ante si Truman: en7
! contrar otro jefe de operaciones
navales que haga lo "imposi-
ble" y "unifique" la Armada al
cumplir con el mandato de Tru-
i man de que la Armada tiene que
Nunn, indic que Sherman te-
nia con l un grupo de ntimos
colaboradores a los cuales muy
poco tiene que haber manteni-
do en secreto de lo tratado y
convenido en las conversacio-
nes con Franco.
Adems de su ayudante per-
sonal, el comandante Sherman
Smith, del cuerpo de Infantera
de Marina, el almirante Sher-
man fu acompaado en su via-
je diplomtico a Europa por su
yerno, el teniente comandante
John Fitzpatrick, ex agregado
naval auxiliar en Madrid y ac-
tualmente oficial del Servicio
Secreto de la Armada y por el
comandante R. G. Colbert, tc-
CHICAGO,.'julio 27. (UP).
Seis hombrea de ciencia aflr-
por rebeliones y demostr que
la Armada, una vez ms en mo-
mentos de crisis, poda producir
un gran hombre.
valiente y correcto. Pero tam-
bin se le conocer como un
Presidente inestable e impo-
pular, y para dirigir al Con-
greso la popularidad y la es-
tabilidad son las que cuen-
tan.
nunca la moral y la condue-
la han estado tan bajas, ni
ha habido tanta falta de di-
reccin.
Hasta donde yo recuerdo,
nunca ha habido tan poco
idealismo, tan poco patriotis-
mo, y una disciplina de par-
tido tan pobre; nunca han
habido tantas ausencias tan
desvergonzadas. Algunos Con-
gresistas solo estn en Wash-
ington un da a la semana. ------..
He aqu tres de las prlncl-' canos y Sureos
pales razones de esta parlisis Hace dos aos, cuando los
poltica: lderes del Sur se dieron cuen-
------------------ .......- ^-*., vv..iB..UH,nc x\. \*. vuiucii, ter-
ser Parte integrante y no par- nico en relaciones intemacio-
te recalcitrante en el programa nales de la oficina del Jefe de.
de unificacin de las fuerzas | Cperaclones Navales
armadas de los Estados Unidos.; Menos especfica fu la Ar-
Lo primero que el mundo o- mada en cuanto al hombre que
flclal y extraoricial de Washing- tiene mayores posibilidades de
ton se preguntaron el domingo
ltimo al recibirse la noticia de
la muerte de Sherman, fu:
3) El temor a los derechos el- hablan muerto con l los deta-
lles domina al Estado Esto es' nes y los resultados de sus con-
fian nflhiiiSm."-.^ 1 dlSCU; v*"!>nes diplomticas con el
ffior^a.'^uffiS0 d^tr* dlLlaadr0espSSfleilv^' ,
Ida la onaiiMnn pntr* R.Mi_ La respuesta del ayudante e-
jecutivo del Almirante, capitn
Ira H. Nunn, fu un "no" sin
reservas.
!de la coalicin entre Republl-
1) Este es el final de una
administracin cansada y sin
inspiracin, y probablemente,
ta de que el Presidente Tru-
man estaba decidido a pasar
su programa de derechos cl-
el final de un largo periodo vilrs. stos formaron una coa-
I kl... j_ i~_ n I____ licin .... I... i'......1.1.......
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
AVISO CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio
e Hacienda v Tesoro, recibir propuestas cenadas has-
a las diez en punto de la maana del da 15 de Agos-
;., Ul'ien rur0- Dor H "ministro de SULFATO DE
ALUMINIO e HIPOCLORITO DE CALCIO para uso de
a Planta Purificadora de David. Chlriqu.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los intere-
ados durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Panam. 25 de Julio. 1951.
JOS AROSEMENA C...
Jere de Materiales y Compras.
de gobierno de los Demcra-
tas. Nadie, a excepcin de
unos cuantos optimistas in-
curables, espera que esta ad-
ministracin sea reelecta, y
cuando existe este estado
mental en el Congreso no
puede haber disciplina de
partido ni direccin.
Y sin direccin, cada Con-
gresista adopta la ley de la sel-
va slvese quien pueda y
en lugar de votar por lo que
le conviene al pas, cada Con-
gresista vota por lo que le con-
viene a l personalmente o a
los "amesallstas" que lo ayu-
dan a conseguir fondos para
su campaa. El Congresista sa-
be que en muchos problemas
legislativos hay que poner el
Inters de la nacin por sobre
los Intereses de su distrito. Por
elemplo. una represa para evi-
lar las Inundaciones puede que
no le con ver 2a a unas cuantas
personas de su distrito, pero
sin embargo, puede salvar las
vidas y propiedades d millo-
nes de personas que viven de-
bajo del rea de la represa. Sin
embargo, en el Congreso ha
prevalecido un espritu de "yo
consigo lo mo y t consigue lo
tuyo". La ley del "antesalista"
v de los intereses locales es
la que impera.
21 No ha habido una mano
firme que lleve las riendas. Es-
to es cierto tanto en la Casa
Blanca como en los lderes De-
mcratas del Capitolio.
El Presidente ha regaado
y suplicado alternativamente.
Muy pocas veces ha causado
in*"!raeln.
El Congreso es enmo una
jiinta de caballos. Solamen-
te ron sentir las riendas sa
ben si el cochero es com-
petente, y, tal como sucede
ron la junta de caballos, no
se puede fustigar a los Con-
licin con los Republicanos
del Norte los seguidores de
I Abraham Lincoln para sa-
botear los derechos civiles a
cambio de la ayuda de los
Sureos para bloquear parte
del programa econmico de
Truman.
suceder al almirante Sherman.
Los tcnicos polticos del De-
partamento de Deensa, hacien-
do un recuerdo de posibles su-
cesores, encontraron que el pre-
sidente Truman poder decidirse
por alguno de estos:
Almirante Lynde D. McCor-
mick, lugarteniente de Sherman,
quien se ha hecho cargo, interi-
namente, de la Jefatura de ope-
raciones navales.
Almirante William M. Fech-
ei capitn Nunn, no dejaba I teler, comandante en jefe del
nunca nada al acaso ni a los, distrito naval del Atlntico.
El almirante Sherman, dijo
riesgos de la memoria. Era un
@fc@A@
Esta es la razn por la que
muchos Republicanos del Norte
siempre votan con el 8ur para
bloquear los derechos civiles. Y
es por esto que muchos Sure-
os Demcratas votan con los
Republicanos contra la plata-
forma Demcrata para matar
muchas de las medidas econ-
micas y obreras a las que se
oponen los Republicanos.
La poltica bipartita en los
asuntos extranjeros se encuen-
tra muy mal parada desde la
muerte del Senador Vanden-
bere. Pero en cambio, hoy, una
poltica bipartita mucho ms
firme en le interno la ha re-
enmla7ado..
Esta poltica, mane ja
Srincinalmente por Rassell de
ieorgla y Taft de Ohio, opera
sin tropiezos y casi automti-
camente, y ste es uno de loa
factores bsicos que han ei
rutearlo a un Congreso que
pasar a la historia como uno
de los que menos han hecho.
^A-"^
Y no me import
ttrminar la crrr.'
Tengo que Inscribir-
me en el
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Almirante Robert P. Camey.
comandante aliado supremo en
el Mediterrneo.
Almirante Arthur w. Radford,
comandante en Jefe del distri-
to naval del pacifico.
Entre los dems almirante
de menor categora, es difcil
que Truman encuentre a otro
"Forrest Sherman". Sherman
pudo lograr el salto sobre los
que le precedan en el escala-
fn naval por su brillante ex-
pediente durante la ltima gue-
rra y por su reputacin en to-
das las esferas de Ir Armada co-
mo hombre que "inevitablemen-
te, algn da llegar a la cs-
pide."
Uno de los ms altos oficiales
de la Armada norteamericana,
en la ilsta de oficiales de re-
serva actualmente, hizo este co-
mentarlo que muy bien podra
servir ahora de obituario para
Sherman:
Conozco a Sherman desde que
era alirez. Nunca me simpati7
mucho. Es oficial estricto que
sabe lo que se propone y que
no tolera oposiciones en su ca-
mino. Pero lo grande acerca de
la Armada de los Estados Uni-
dos es que en cada crisis de su
historia, desde los das de John
Paul Jones, siempre ha urgido
un gran almirante para diri-
girla. Forrest Sherman realiz
su ambicin, lleg a Jere de
Operaciones Navales, se hizo
cargo de una Armada convulsa
Muy concurrido un
acto de Renovacin
Popular Autntica
Fu muy concurrida la se;n
extraordinaria del Dlrectoiic
Seccional de Renovacin Popu-
lar Autntica celebrada en Pue-
blo Nuevo de Las Sabanas el
;i)artes en la noche de la pre-
sente semana. Los organizado-
res Segura, Rivas y Scarlex se
erieron a la Importancia de
a organizacin seccional y de
los distintos sectores del Co-
rregimiento de Pueblo Nuevo
En su turno en el uso de la
palabra, el Licenciado H. Pat-
iio, expuso sus puntos de vita
sobre la situacin poltica: so-
bre los problemas nacionales del
alto costo de la vida y del de-
sempleo y de la contribucin
que en esta difcil tarea dele
prestar y est prestando el
Sanco Agro Pecuario. Solicito,
adems, el apoyo de sus simpa-
tizantes a las medidas de go-
bierno del Presidente Aroseme-
na "para no caer en el peligro
e un militarismo sin disfraces
ii caretas".
Dicen que la construccin de un cohete terfa re*
la ti va mente sencilla ..,*
marn que enviar un cohete
la luna no constituye problema
alguno.
j. Los problemas ms graves se-
rian los de los. pajwros. Una
vez que. el cohete se encontrara
fuera de las efectos de la ley
de gravedad, el pelo de loa
pasajeros se pondra de pun-
ta y algunas fases de la fun-
cin digestiva como la deglu-
cin, que depende de la gra-
vedad, se veran afectadas. Por
ejemplo, ai un pasajero tuviera
sed, podra suceder que el agua
se negara a pasar ms all de
sus labios.
Los hombres de ciencia, el
Mayor General Harry Arms-
trong, Jefe del Cuerpo Mdico
de la Fuerza Area de EE. UU.,
el Coronel Paul Campbell, es-
pecialista de las Fuerzas Arma-
das y los doctores Wernher Von
Braun, Konrad Beuttner, Heina
Haber y Hubertus Strughold,
peritos alemanes en cohetes y
quienes trabajan con las tuer-
zas areas de Estados Unidos,
hicieron las arirmactones antes
mencionadas en un libro titu-
lado "Medicina Especial" qua
ser publicado por la Univer-
sidad de Illinois el 20 de agosto.
Esos hombres de ciencia di-
jeron que el problema de cons-
truir un cohete capaz des lle-
gar a la luna es relatlvanienta
sencillo y sugirieron uno que
tendra poco ms o menos 00
metros de longitud y 20 de di-
metro. Ese cohete viajara
una velocidad de 720 mil kil-
metros por hora.

Sobre la defensa
civil se dar una
charla el sbado
El Sbado, 28, a las 7 y 30 de
ia noche, tendr lugar una ve-
lada cultural, en los bajos dtl
Templo Masnico, calle 13 oeste
rinal en la que sern exhibidas
una serle de pelculas educati-
vas y se dictar una charla so-
bre los erectos y modo de uic-
caverse de los ataques atmi-
cos.
Para esta velada no se han
hecho- invitaciones particulares,
siendo la entrada libre para
cuanta* personas deseen asutr
a la "misma-
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NUEVA YORK, julio 27 (UP)
La Fundacin Rockeleller a-
nuncl que ha donado rondos
para el estudio clentico del
progreso econmico logrado pu-
las islas pequeas productoras
de azcar en las Antillas y el
FaciHco Meridional. Adems, ha
prestado ayuda a instituciones
cientiricas o educativas de Co-
lombia, chile, Brasil y Mxwo.
La suma de 70 mil dalras ha
sido entregada a "Food re-
search Institute" de la Univer-
sidad de Stanrord, California
para efectuar estudios econmi-
cos en las Islas de Puerto Rico.
Hawaii, Jamaica, Guadalupe
Cabo Verde, Mauritius, Fiji y
Nueva Caledonia.
El informe dice que "se pien-
sa que un estudio de sta na-
turaleza contribuir a la mejor
comprensin de los factores que
impulsan el progreso de las le-
giones pocos desarrolladas''.
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 resultado de la parlisis su-
frida por los campos petroleros.
El diputado Jamal Emaml,
idependlente, urgi que se to-
men las medidas legales.contra
independiente, urgi que se to-
men las medidas legales.contra
las actividades de los "Tudeh"
(comunistas), las cuales "se es-
tn convirtiendo en una ame-
naza para la paz y seguridad
de Irn".
El enviado especial del Presi-
dente Truman, W. Averell Ha-
rriman, visit hoy al Premier
Mohamed Mossadegh, quien se
encuentra enfermo.
Hasta el momento no s vis-
lumbra ninguna solucin de la
disputa. Fuentes autorizadas di-
jeron que el prximo paso ten-
dr que ser dado por Londres,
en donde el Oabinete est con-
siderando las condiciones de
Irn para la reanudacin de las
conversaciones para arreglar la
disputa y poner nuevamente a
los campos petroleros en ope-
racin.
Por su parte, en Londres, el
Oabinete convino en oonsiderar
el envo de una misin especial
a Tehern para discutir la cri-
sis petrolera.
fie tiene entendido que el Go-
bierno de Irn ha renunciado
a su demanda de que Gran Bre-
taa acepte incondlctonahnente
los trminos de su ley de na-
cionalizacin.
Los britnicos todava insis-
ten en que el Premier Mossa-
degh garantice "el rpido me-
joramiento de las condiciones
del personal britnico en las
reas petroleras".


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VIERNES. JULIO 7. 1951
fcl. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO rNl.PPENIlIENTS
FAGINA TRES
Los Britnicos creen difcil que
Eisenhower tenga 25 divisiones
Esta fu la meta fijada por
el Pacto del Atlntico para
defender pases democrticos
Una Amrica fuerte es la
mejor defensa contra las
agresiones afirman en E.U.
WASHINGTON, Ju 1 i O 26
(USIS) La meta de paz uiun
alai a que aspiran los Estado*
I;nidos slo podr ser alcanzada
si este pas adquiere tal pode-
ro que "ningn agresor te.iga
a Imprudencia de atacarnos".
-a declarado Charles E. WiUor.
Director de la Movilizacin pura
2 Defensa.
Se obtendra un triunfo t llegase a incorporar la
existente "Wehrmacht" al ejrcito de
Id alianza atlntica
cree Tue el generalise eit notando en algunos, de cesldad de .que los Estados Uni-
ere s t encontrando los signatarios del Pacto del dos continen su programa ds
rer esta enconuamiu,* atlirniarm.ntP .'rearme militar pese al posible
particularmente se rean
Una vista de la recepcin que el Eacroo. seor Presidente
de la Repblica, don Alcibiades Arosemen. ofreci anoche en
honbr del Embajador Extraordinario y Plenipotenciario de
Venezuela en Misin Especial ante nuestro Gobierno, Dr.
Cristbal Mendosa y seora. En la yista aparecen el seor
Presidente, den Alcibiades Arosemena, el Dr. Mendosa y el
Ministro de Gobierno y Justicia, Dr. Miguel ngel Ordones,
adems de otros miembros de la delegacin venezolana.
Por H. J. Sarglnt
(N.A.N.A.)
LONDRES. Julio 26 (
Aqu se
Eisenhower -
algo difcil reunir la. veinticin- Atlntico;
co divisiones que -
j ner a su dlsposlcl
de este ao.
KTi:Ba= -erS! kler^e indoch^a reune en
los observadores bien informa-1 Asia una gran cantidad de o-
dos en Inglaterra consideran "cales que se necesitan en Bu-
que no sern ms de veinte di- ropa-para organizar
tado.'de cosas. Los expertos mi
litares britnicos llegan hasta:
a hablar de cierta Inercia que
El seor Wilson hizo esta de-
claracin al formular un Uain. -
miento a la Convencin de De-
pendientes Detallistas reunida
aqu, a fin de que den su pleno
apoyo en favor de una fucat
ley de produccin para al de-
fensa.
pblica de Corea.
"Ello ha costado la vida de tal
vea cien mil coreanos y chiiiot'.
dijo ''pero para Stalin la vial
humana es barata, especialmen-
te cuando se trata de las visas
de los satlites de Rusia..."
reemplaza en ese cargo al di-
nmico y activo Samuel Gut:-
rez.
El nuevo organismo est es-
pecialmente Interesado en ceit-
jrar el primer congreso extia-
oidiarlo de Estudiantes que V*
sido planeado para el mes Ce
Septiembre Prximo en la ciu-
dad de Panam. Ya han s:e'.o
enviadas a las asociaciones fo-
u< radas de todo el pas instruc-
ciones con el fin de qua vayan
nombrando sus representantes.
Una delegacin de la F. D P.
partir hacia el Interior el pr-
ximo viernes con el fin da con-
versar personalmente con ios
diferentes dirigentes estudian-
tiles al respecto.
La "FEP" designa
nuevos dirigentes
Al hacer hincapi sokre la ne
las


FELIX
SUCURSAL en AVE. TIYOLI
Gran Rebaja En TRAJES
VENTA ESPECIAL de 4' ANIVERSARIO
MARTES 31 DE JULIO

visiones que estarn listas es-I vas divisiones.
Otra dificultad es la lentitud -,u'r jos principios de la libe.tad
cue e esta organizando la'> JustlcJa- Pr los "S.,f,
j._. j. -------JU j. i ... tros han dado su sanare ;.::o


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CUTIS, COMO
BASE DE POLVOS Y PARA
SUAVIZAR LAS MANOS
'En cada frasco de Crema de Miel y
Almendras HINDS tengo un tratamiento
de belleza completo. Gracias a su
fluidez, limpia mejor el cutis, lo suaviza y lo
protege. Es admirable tanto para la cara,
Las manos y el cuerpo."
Enriquecida con lanolina, la Crema de Miel y
Almendras HINDS es la crema completa,
ideal para todas las edades. Su uso diario
embellece el cutis y lo conserva suave y terso,
impidiendo que el tiempo lo marchite.
Limpese / cu** eon Cramo HNDS al acostara
y sela fambten como basa da pobo*

HINDS u lquida y por to limpia
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maza uvanHa.
HINDS avila al anrojacimianto y lo
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HINDS aplicada a los brazos y la
piarnos, prolaga da los inclaman-
cias dal liampo confirindolas od-
mirobla larsura.
tros han dado su sangre'
Wilson.
La Rusia Sovitica, agree
. "se ha embarcado en una si-
j gantesca luc'.ia para derrocar la
(democracia occidental y des-
te ao, a menos que los otros
pases de Europa occidental, y
?art,iloTdM de comand de ,a *
tren mayor disposicin a prepa | ^^ at,nUca_ Cua|esquiera
rar sus tropas. que gean lag dudas del j0D,erll0
Se cree, en conexin con esto>ritnico acerca del nombra-
oue en la conferencia celebra- miento del a mirante norteame-
da por Eisenhower con sus prin- rlcano Fehc eler para el co-
cipales colaboradores se discu-' mando naval del Atlntico la
t la posibilidad de acuartelar materia debera ser resuelta sin
mayor nmero de soldados de. mas tardanza para que dicho
la" alianza atlntica en Alema- Jefe pueda entrar en accin.
HSSIH ffircja2s.'-J3S2rf
de desaliento ante el actual es ( eanQ en AIemania qulen al re_
El Consejo Ejecutivo Federal
in sesin celebrada en das pa-
ndos nombr al estudian le de
la Facultad de Medicina Cielo
Manuel Sousa como Secretario
Ueneral de la Federacin de Es-
tudiantes de Panam. Las v>Uas
secretarias de la misma corpi;-
iacin quedaron asignadas asi:
Secretarlo Ejecutivo Alvaro Me-
nndez; Secretario de Organiza-
cin Daniel Vega: Secretario 'Je
Prensa y Propaganda Luz.il
Gonzlez MHre; Secretarlo de
Finanzas Ramn Collado; Se-
cretario de Accin Rubn D.v.n
Herrera; Secretario de lo Inte-
rior R. Fabin Guitirrez; fc<-
cretarlo de lo Exterior Dlonhlo
Quijada: Secretarlo de Cultura
I y Deportes Primo Gonzlez. Se-
cretarlo de Actos y Archivo
Juan S. Daz; Secretarlo o
Coordinacin Agustn Herrera y
Secretarlo de Relaciones Luis
El Movllizador de la Defensa
dijo que Mosc fcilmente po-
dra encogerse de hombros y
iratar de disimular el fracaso
de los agresores comunistas en
su Intento por someter a U We- i tspmosa.
i El nuevo Secretario General
ferlrse a la contribucin ale-
mana a la defensa de Europa
occidental dijo que el tiem-
po era poco ya y que debiera
procederse con mayor rapidez.
Se comprende muy bien aqu
que McCloy tiene ante si una
tarea muy difcil, y que sera
un gran triunfo para l el que
lograra encontrar alguna fr-
mula mediante la cual la exis-
tente "Wehrmacht" pudiera ser
incorporada en el ejrcito de la
alianza atlntica. En Inglaterra
se duda mucho de que esto pue-
da llegar a realizarse y en circu
los bien informados aunque se-
mloflclales se tiene la opinin
de que Alemania tiene que reci-
bir mucho ms de lo que hasta
ahora se le ha dado antes de
que se decida a incluir sus tro-
pas en las fuerzas occidentales
bajo el comando de Elsenhower.
El convencimiento general, en
relacin con la defensa de Eu-
ropa, es que junto con la ad-
misin de Grecia y Turqua a
la organizacin del Pacto del
Atlntico bebiera crearse un
Consejo para la Defensa de Eu-
ropa Oriental, en el cual esta-
ran representados Gran Bre-
taa, Francia. Grecia, Turqua
y los Estados Unidos.
La Gran Bretaa tiene toda-
va el compromiso moral de ayii- .
dar a Grecia y Turqua, aunque
desea que sea la segunda la que!
se comprometa a defender el
oriente de Eurona. con la ayuda
de los Estados Unidos y los de-
n.s miembros de la alianza i-
t'ntica. Debe recordarse que
Turqua puede poner sobre las
armas a treinta divisiones, que
seran una ayuda formidable
para las limitadas fuerzas bri-
tnicas en el Mediterrneo, que
apenas montan a treinta o cua-
renta mil hombres.
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Cuntos aos vivir
usted?
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"''.'." ---- ~ --------------------------------------------
___________ .. EL PANAMA AMtttlCA DIARIO INPEPgNDIlTfTB
tERKES, jtio't7, nn
CRUCIGRAMA
i s & 4 5 ft 7 3 i 10 11 m
ras i 14
r5" r 17
19 ^' II 22
53 11 l 25
16 27^ 29
31
c1 v 36 36 37 38
59 40 i
l 1 45
16 w B
>0 w j 64 r 1
J4
HORIZONTALES:
1gil, veloz.
7Entretenidos.
13Doctores moros de la ley.
14Vehculo o coche con
ruedas.
15Nordeste, Abv.
18Letra castellana'.
17Adverbio de lugar.
18Medida china de longitud,
Inv.
19Piedras semlpreclosas.
21Desinencia de los quebrados
22Extremidad de las aves.
23Entregan, regalan.
24Del verbo amar.
25Ciudad de Colombia.
28Respuesta de los dioses
paganos.
29Con ella forman las abejas
sus celdillas, Pl.
30Te atrevieras.
32Loa, elogia.
35Islas pequeas.
39Hoja de lata.
40Palo aguzado que usaban
los indios para labrar la
tierra.
41Rece.
42Letra griega.
43Isla del mar Egeo.
44Dar besos.
48Caso de pronombre
47Lista o catlogos.
4ftMedida inglesa.
4tPreposicin.
50Del verbo antojar.
52Ala secundarla de los
aviones.
MTontos, argent Interno.
15Que tiene canas.
VERTICALES:
1En forma de luna.
2Contrario a la ley.
3Letra castellana.
4Tiene temor, Inv.
5Parte de los rboles.
6Se atreva.
7Provincia de Espaa.
8Mono.
8Letra griega.
10Igual al 15 Horizontal.
11Borde o canto de una cosa
12Echis sal.
20Nombre de mujer.
21Amores.
22Rio de Francia.
24Dios de los mahometanos.
25Termine, acabe.
27Adulacin.
28Emplea.
29Oxido de calcio.
31Baile tpico canario.
32Extremidades de ciertos
animales.
33Natural del Lacio.
34Amarra.
36Afeccin del aparato
respiratorio.
37Para arar la tierra, Pl.
38Tranquilo, en calma.
40Rabos.
43Que cojea.
44Pelota.
45Paraso.-
47Gorra militar.
48 Racionado, Abv.
51Teatro Nacional, Inlc.
53Letra griega.
SOLUCIN DE AYER
IrIaJlUsiItV
AQU SE DISCUTE LA PAZ. Loa corresponsales de las Naciones Unidas Inspeccionan la
mesa de conferencia ante la cual se discute el cese de fuero en Kaesonj. Los delegados de
las Naciones Unidas se sientan de espaldas a la cmara y los comunistas al frente.
Se cree que Mosc est otra
vez en donde estaban antes
de la Conferencia de Kaesong
ULLli ULUU UU
VtVikiLLi IJMIJW
SEL KEfc UUU
LEE EUti EL1I1
HRE CMIOR HHNH
its Man
CONTRA EL ASMA
CIGARRILLOS INDIOS de GRIMAULT
ES LO MEJOR
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Un argumento moral... Adornado por Boleros, Canciones, Afros,
Mambos y Chistes... y los cuadros ms perfectos
de desnudos artsticos!
* TROPKO
(BATO EL CIELO HABANERO)
Eisenhower abre
Cuartel General
PARIS, Julio 27 (USIS)
Fl primir cuartel general mi-
litar permanente de la Orga-
nizacin ael Tratado del Atln-
tico del Norte esta funcionando
ya en Marly le Roy, al Oeste de
Paris. i ,
El Presidente de Francia, M.
Vincent Auriol, presidi la ce-
remonia en la cual el Gobierno
francs hizo entrega del sitio
y de un edificio al Oeneral
Dwight Eisenhower, Comandan-
te Supremo de las Fuerzas A-
lladas de Europa.
Elsenhower expres su agra-
decimiento y dijo al Presidente
Auriol que "esta es la primera
vez en que se ha establecido
un cuartel general militar en
tiempos de paz para preservar
la paz y no para librar la gue-
rra".
El General Eisenhower hizo
iresente su esperan/a de que
as potencias occidentales, con
el apoyo de sus pueblos y la
Gracia de Dios, podrn elimi-
nar el temor y la esclavitud.
Mientras una guardia forma-
da por unidades de los 12 pa-
ses del Pacto del Atlntico ha-
cia los honores, el Presidente
Auriol asegur que "es aqui
donde se establecern las bases
de la seguridad colectiva den-
tro del marco y el espritu de
la Carta de las Naciones Uni-
das".
El nuevo cuartel general, se-
de del planeamiento de la de-
fensa del Occidente, es un edi-
ficio de 18 alas. Elsenhower y
su personal se trasladaron al
mismo desde el hotel que ha-
blan venido ocupando en Pa-
rs.
Labora Sociedad
de Pariteos
La Sociedad Paritilla "Ricar-
do Gallardo" con domicilio en
esta ciudad, est laborando ac-
tivamente en la cristalizacin de
js propsitos: La Construccin
ce la Iglesia de Paritilla.
Entre las actividades que es-
El Festival del
Reinado del Maz
ser el 4 de agosto
El sbado 4 de agosto de 7 90
p.m. a 3:00 a.m. se celebrara en
ti Jardn Balboa el Festival uel
Iteinado del Maz que en foiva
tradicional se celebra todos los
i.os a beneficio del Fondo de
Bienestar Estudiantil y la So-
ciedad de Graduandos de la Es-
cuela Profesional. (Este festival
se ha adelantado a la Semana
Ucl Maiz, que como ya es sabl-
eo se celebrar durante los das
conprendidos entre el 13 y ei !
je' agosto, para que durante e!
rtstlval se celebre el ltimo es-
crutinio para escoger a la Lel-
.i,i del Maz que presidir dichas
.cvidades.
No deje de asistir a este gran
Festival en donde tendr la c-
Luitunidad de divertirse y ''
mismo tiempo, har una giari
obra ayudando al Fondo de Bie-
nestar Estudiantil que alivia la
situacin econmica de tantos
estudiantes profeslonalistas.
Exprofeslonallsta te espc.a-
iiios! Amigos de la Escuela rro-
lesional los esperamosl
Asista al festival bailable del
:cmado del maiz el sbado 4 de
ugosto en el Jardin Balboa
Nigase entregar
Checoeslovaquia a
periodista de E. U.
Pre-Estreno Martes
TEATRO CECILIA
Aprobada slo para
mayores de' 16 aos!
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
LONDRES, Julio 2o (UP)El
truculento discurso de Viaches-
lav Moloto- en Varsovia ha mo-
vido a algunos observadores a-
qu a llegar a la conclusin que
Mosc esta otra vez en donde|tn despiegan(h) ios Componui- WASHINGTON, Jul
se hallaba antes de las conie- les de dlcna SociedM e cua,_ (USIS). Checoeslov:
rendas de Kaesong y de las [an la ceicbraclon de] Pririierha negado a acceder a
suaves frases conciliadoras -Aniversario, acto que ser con-' licitud hecha por los Estados
cuchadas hace poco mas de una .nemorado con un" ba^e t c0; unidos sobre la inmediata 11-
jn la Escuela Josefina Tapia libertad del Corresponsal de 1
das 28 y 29 de este mes y l 5f* Aclada- William N.
cual ser amenizado por el gian 0atls-
msico santeo Francisco "Chi-
co Purlo" Ramrez.
1 o 27
aquia se
la so-
semana.
Estos observadores creen que
la publicacin de "Noticia*", u-
na nueva revista sovitica' en
Ingls que aboga por la pacifi-
ca co-exlstencia y cooperacin
entre los anglo-sajones y los
Rusos es slo una maniobra de
propaganda encaminada a sem-
brar la confusin en el occiden-
te.
Tras un eclipse de ms de
tres aos, reapareci repenti-
namente en Varsovia el Maris-
cal Zhukov. La ltima vez que
se habian tenido noticias suyas
fu en 1948 como Comandante
del distrito militar de Odesa.
Se supona generalmente que
haba sido relegado al ostracis-
mo permanente o liquidado a
causa de su inmensa y peli-
grosa popularidad en el ejr-
cito Sovitico. Su reaparicin
pudiera tener un significado in-
quietante, pues se le considera,
tanto en Mosc como en, el
mundo, como el general Ruso.de
ms capacidad.
A pesar de la desfavorable im-
presin causada aqui por los
pronunciamientos de las dos
personalidades soviticas men-
cionadas, se seala que el ata-
que de Molotov al occidente fu
hecho principalmente como una
justificacin de la nueva demos-
tracin de hostilidad hacia el
Mariscal Tito y su "pandilla de
asesinos y espas."
Tambin se proponen realizar
los parltillanos un paseo a la
bella Isla de Taboga, y otro bai-
le a fines del mes de Agosto:
actividades stas para acopiar
los fondos con-que se terminar
c construir el hermoso templo
que se levanta en la plaza de
Paritilla-
El funcionario de Prensa del
Departamento de Estado, Mi-
chael McDermott, inform ayer
a los periodistas sobre el re-
chazo de esta peticin. La so-
licitud dijo, fue hecha al go-
bierno checo por el de Estados
Unidos por conducto de la em-
bajada en Praga, en nota fe-
chada el 18 de julio. Agreg
McDermott que el Departamen-
to de Estado no considera sa-
tisfactoria la respuesta checa.
AVISO DE LICITACIN
Hanla las diez y treinta minutos de la
maana del 4 de Agosto prximo se re-
cibirn propuestas en el despacho del
Gerente del Banco Agropecuario e In-
dustrial para el suministro de:
4,000 quintales de papas blancas
importadas A-l
El pliego de cargos y especificaciones
podr obtenerse cualquier da hbil en
el Banco Agropecuario e Industrial.
Panam, Julio 26 de 1951.
REFRESCOS PARA LOS DELEGADOS. Las negociaciones '
para ti cese de fuego en Corea pueden acalorar a los dele- *
gados, y es por esta razn que so les llera esta caja de'ear*
reza. Dos soldados Nor-Coreanos la llevan a la sala da
conferencias en Kaesong.
Al ser interrogado acercr de
si haba algunas otras solici-
tudes pendientes con el gobier-
no checo, McDermott dijo que
est esperndose an respuesta
a una nota enviada el 4 de
julio en la que se pedia que
se permitiera a un funcionarlo
de la Embajada ver a Oatls.
El corresponsal fue senten-
ciado a diez aos de reclusin
por el gobierno checo, el cual
lo acus de espionaje, basn-
dose en cargos que han dado
lugar a fuertes crticas en los
Estados Unidos, tanto de fuen-
te oficial como privada. Estas
fuentes indican que las activi-
dades de Oatls en Checoeslo-
vaquia no fueron otra cosa quo
los esfuerzos regulares de un
representante de la prensa li-
bre para llenar su cometido.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
AVISO CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio
de Hacienda y Tesoro, recibir' propuestas cerradas has-
ta las diez en punto de la maana del da 15 de Agos-
to el ao en curso, por el suministro de TELAS para
USO del RETIRO DE MATAS HERNANDEZ.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los intere-
sados durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Panam, 15 de Julio, 1951.
JOS AROSEMENA C,
Jefe de Materiales y Compras.


AVI S 0

Venia de Casas en Juan Daz No. 1
.* i i El Gerente del
BANCO DE URBANIZACIN Y REHABILITACIN

informa

que desde esta fecha queda abierto el periodo de peticiones
para compra de caas en la nueva Urbanizacin de Juan
Diai No. 1. Los interesados pueden llenar los formulario
en las Oficinas del Bl'R durante la prxima semana. Aque-
llas personas que ya hicieren sus peticiones tendrn que re-
petirlas con arreglo al nuevo formularlo. Empleados del
BL'R ayudarn a los solicitantes en el trabajo de llenar,
los formularios correspondientes.
EL GERENTE
24 de Julio de 1951.
NO PERMITA QUE LOS DOLARES SE LE ESCAPEN
DOMNELOS SACNDOLES MAYOR PROVECHO EN EL "81"
'i
Camisetas "Bestock".. 54?
Plumarios de Fuente .. 53?
Sardinas en Lata..... 10?
Medias para Hombres 23?
Correas Plsticas con
hebillas de iniciales.. 1.45
Navajas Gillette Azul
Paquete........... 23?
Brassieres de Satn.... 57?
Polvos Ponds......... 19?
Fajas Elsticas....... 59?
Panties de Jersey.....25?
Peticotes de Cintura
de Jersey.......... 55?
Avena.,,........... 23?
en latas de 20 Onzas
Pasta de Tomate
Marina........... 22?
Papel Higinico...... 10?
Remolachas y Zanaho-
rias "Gibbs" en latas
de 854 Onzas....... 14?
LECHE KLIM REBAJADA
Tamao Pequeo..... 87?
Medicno.....2.09
" Grande. .... 3.98
Salsa de Tomate...... 40?
Sopas Campbell...... 14?


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Iglesia de Cristo Rey...........
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Asilo de la Infancia .......>..............
Iglesia San Francisco................i:* y
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Iglesia de Santa Ana ................7 :* y
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AVE.CENTRAIyCAUE 21 E>1TELS.2-i830
y 2-1633
T en el Golf
Para despedir a _
da Robles de Ocaa qul
prximamente hacia San .
vador, la seora Agrlplna M.
de Arlas y la seorita Carmen
Mrquez ofrecieron ayer un T
en el Club de Golf.
-
El Pakistn ordena
la movilizacin de
la Guardia Nacional
Cocktail
El seor Adolfo Arias Espino
sa y seora Susana L. de Arlas,
ofrecieron ayer un cocktail en
su residencia, para agasajar a
la seorita Marisol D'Onofrlo,
quien procedente de Lima, se
encuentra pasando una corta
temporada entre nosotros.
Cocktail
En honor de la seorita Ma-
rltza Quizado Paredes y del se-
or Hernn Porras quienes con-
traern matrimonio el domin-
go, el seor Rodrigo Mir y se-
ora Raquel H. de Mir ofre-
cieron anoche un buffet in-
formal en su residencia en Be-
lla Vista.
La seorita Amrica Valds
ofreci ayer jueves, un T *n
su residencia en honor de la
seorita Quizado Paredes, al
cual fu invitado un grupo de
sun amistades.
Comida
Para agasajar a la seorita
Marisol D'Onofrlo quien se en-
cuentra actualmente en Pana-
m, los seores George Gam-
brill y Jack Rummell ofrecie-
ron anoche una comida en su
residencia.
De los Estados Unidos
Presentamos un atento saludo
de bienvenida a Su Seora
Monseor Francisco Beckmann,
quien regres de una corta tem
porada pasada en los Estados
Unidos.
Da Sur Amrica
Grata estada le deseamos a
la seora Alicia Isabel Porras
de Arambur, quien acompaa-
da de una de sus nias lleg
ayer a nuestra capital en don-
de pasar una corta temporada
visitando a su madre, seora
Alicia V. vda. de Porras.
De loe Estados Unidos
Despus de haber pasado va-
, ras semanas en Washington
; y Miami, regreso ayer a Pana-
' m la seora Angela Vsquez
de Hlnds. La saludamos.
Para los Estados Unidos
'Despedimos al seor Max Aro-
semena, Gerente del Banco de
| Urbanizacin y Rehabilitacin,
, quien parti ayer para los Esta-
I dos Unidos en Misin Oficial.
Para Costa Rica
Grato paseo le deseamos u\
seor Walter Myers quien sigui
I hoy para San Jos por la va
i area,
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Felicitamos cordialmente al
seor Guillermo Cochez y seo-
ra Doris F. de Cochez, quienes
cumplen hoy aos de casados.
Celebran en esta fecha el
aniversario de su matrimonio
el seor Heracllo Chandeck y
seora Julieta P. de Chandeck.
Los saludamos.
Advenimiento
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Jos Antonio Soto y
seora Mercedes P. de Soto por
el advenimiento de un varon-
cito. ocurrido ayer en la Clni-
ca San Fernando
Abandonan el Hospital
Completamente restablecida
abandon hoy el hospital la se-
ora Mary T. Ortlt de Zeva-
llos, esposa de S.E. el Embaja-
dor del Per, seor Emilio Or-
tiz de Zevallos. noticia que ano-
tamos complacidos.
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora del seor Fabio Aroseme-
na, quien abandon ayer el
Hospital.
Cumpleaos de Hev
Sra. Luisa C. de Steffanl
Sra. Gladys M. de St. Malo
Sra. Maria Luisa A. de Tern
Sra. Anita de Henriquez.
Sr. Aurelio Palma C.
Suaves como
jna caricia
NUEVA GODIVA La sim-
ptica aetrii britnica Diana
>ors *oa para la cmara en
ana piscina de Londres. Cuan-
do aparezca en la pelcula
MLadv Godlva", podremos a-
preclar mejor sus curras.
KARACHI, Pakistn, Julio 27
vUP) Las nubes de la guc.-ra
se ciernen sobre Pakistn ai a-
nunclar el Gobierno la movili-
zacin de parte de su GuarJia
Nacional y hacer uso de podeie
especiales para la defensa
i rna n Tin "Ir hnrsrlifrTfin a
jna supuesta amenaza contra la
seguridad de Pakistn de parte
tic la India.
El Ministro de Defensa Uiio
c,ue cuatro batallones de la
Guardia Nacional han sido Hu-
mados al servicio activo "efcl-
tl< a la presente emergencia"
El anuncio deca que "el Go-
bierno Central se complace en
oruenar que los 10o., 12o. l'.c y
16o. batallones de la GuauMa
Nacional sean Incorporados al
ejrcito de Pakistn efectivo
desde el 26 de julio de 1951". L'n
Pontifical en honor de Santa I
Ana, oficiada por el Excmo. se-
or Arzobispo.
El Reverendo Padre Jess Se-!
rrano, C.M.F., ocupar la C-
tedra Sagrada.
A las pm. la Tradicional
Procesin de la patrona de la
parroquia del pueblo. Se Invita
a todos los feligreses y a los
catlicos de la ciudad a estos
actos en honor de Santa Ana.
portavoz oficial dijo que Wa
orden coloca a las unidades
mencionadas bajo la ley militar.
En Nueva Delhi, los circuios
polticos dljtraPJUM "' Primer
Mnistro^ds--1TrTdla, Jawahar-
iru no eceptar la "invi-
tacin condicional" del Primer
Ministro de Fakistn para que
se dirija a Karachi a fin de sos
tener ciertas conversaciones de
paz.
Los peridicos de Nueva Delhi
no publicaron el texto compi.to
e la nota enviada a Nehru
pur el Primer Ministro Llaquiit
All Khan detallando el plan de
cinco puntos para la paz el cual
se deba discutir despus uvl
retiro de las tropas indias de i*J
fronteras de Pakistn.
Sr. Mario Quesada
Joven Luis Prez Gambottl
Nia Ana Raquel Delvalle
Henriquez.
Nio Guillermo Mrquez Ama
do.
Nio Jorge Arango Arlas
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Dora A. de Motta.
Sra. Victoria S. de Boyd
Nia Mary Morgan Gonzlez
Nio Juan Eduardo Lombard!
Nio Ral Delvalle Henriquez
--------
Misas.
Maana sbado se cantar
una Misa en la Iglesia de San
Jos a las 7 a.m. por el eterno
descanso del alma de la que
fu en vida seora Adela Ba-
rrera de Caamas. Una misa
de cuerpo presente se ofrecer
el Domingo a las 830 a.m. en la
Iglesia San Francisco. La lti-
ma de las tres misas del alma
se cantar el lunes a las 6.30
a.m. en la Iglesia de La ca-
tedral. El cadver de la seora
de Caamas llega maana de
los Estados Unidos.
Felicitaciones
Por este medio enviamos
nuestras cordiales felicitaciones
al seor Francisco Csar Si-
bauste y a su joven seora
Margarita Qulrs de Slbauste
por el nacimiento de su prlmo-
g n 11 a Giannella Margarita,
quien vino al mundo en la Cl-
nica San Fernando. Hacemos
votos por la eterna felicidad de
la recin nacida.
Zona neutral
delegacin comunista, ley su
declaracin sobre asuntos admi-
nistrativos y de procedimiento,
los que fueron Introducidos a-
yer por el Vicealmirante C. Tur-
ner Joy.
La discusin preliminar de los
detalles de menor importancia
tom slo 18 minutos y luego el
Almirante Joy ley su declara-
cin que explicaba la posicin
Je las Naciones Unidos sobre la
ona desmilitarizada.
Joy y Nam II se doblaron to-
ore la mesa de conferencias con
tus codos sobre la misma y sus
sabeas casi juntas y estuvie-
on estudiando los mapas mili-
tares en que estaba dibujada la
propuesta aliada.
Cuando Joy termin su "pie-
scntacln lgica y explcita",
Nam II pidi un receso- Los t,o-
inunistas no expfesaron opinin
alguna sobre las propuestas de
Joy y pidieron los mapas para
estudiarlos en privado.
La reunin termin a las
11:15 de la maana. Joy y sus
delegados conferenciaron du-
rante una hora antes de abordar
los helicpteros que los llevaron
a la base de avanzada al sur de
Kaeseng.
CARLOS M. PORRAS PRESENTADO
POR "MAX FACTOR"
Carlos M. Porras, eminente tenor panameo, que todos los
martes y jueves a las 8:15 de la noche se presenta a travs
de los micrfonos de la Red Panamericana en el programa:
DOS CANCIONES Y UN POEMA, que patrocina MAX FACTOR.
& FEUX
^$T* SUCURSAL EN AVE. TIVOLI
PRECIOS REBAJADOS en
SABANAS Y FUNDAS
DURANTE NUESTRA VENTA ESPECIAL
en el 4o ANIVERSARIO MARTES, JULIO 31
DIPLOMA A CIEGAS La
Sra. Jeanne DeBarr Pechtel
asiste a su graduacin en la
Universidad (le Chicago acom-
paada por su perro guia. La
Sra. Pechtel es ciega, pero
obtuvo su diploma de Ph. D.
*J Utcd^ ncamtarn stos sabroso pudino.1
r* Son canmicos y muy Meitai efe hacor.
Son conmicos y muy
Noticias religiosas de la
Parroquia de Santa Ana
El domingo 29 de los corrien-
tes, a las io a.m., Solemne Misa
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responsable y con experiencia,
poro cuidar nio de dos oos. | SE VENDE:_Lote tn esquina. Calle
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SI VENCEN :-Cloros, tutano nafra.
acai acanalado, fix-Tai toaran
ialadar ajara ce lea ratas I mede-
rai. lavaananat, excusadas, ate, a
tea r-racioi mis bajos an plata.
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Via Espa-
la, llagando a Juan Franca. Tal.
9-1503
SE VENDE: Llontas usadas en la
Estacin de gasolina La Cuchilla.
Colidonio 243. Pregunte Sr. Russo.
SE VENDE: Estantera en magn-
ficos condiciones para almacn pe-
queo, ocurra a Babylondia, ca-
lle 44 No. 40 Bella Vista. Tel. 3-
1259.
MECNICOS, Herreros. Vendemos
herramientas y accesorios o pre-
cios increbles Lo Importadora Se-
lecto. Colle H, 51. Tel.. 2-1483.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de una
recmara, sala-comedor, n colle
39 No. 20. Tal. 2-1602.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de una
recmara, sala y comedor en colle i
la. No. 9. Tel. 2-1602. ,
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de dos'
recmaras, salo-comedor en ca- 1
Me 37 No. 6. Tel. 2-1602 .
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de una
recamare, salo y comedor y otro
de dos recmaras en Calle 36 No.
7! Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de una
recmara, sola y comedor en ca-.
He 50 No. 23. Tel. 2-1602.
Mantenemos una venta de
ganga de artculos sobre exis-
tencia donde las MEJORES
PINTURAS se venden a los
ms bajos precios.
Por qu no anorrar dinero
comprando lo mejor?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
. Ave. Central 279.
Tel. 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento da dos
recmaras, sala-comedor, por solo
B.60.00 en II i. Justo Arosemeno
y otro amoblado por B.50.00 de
SE VENDE: Asbesto en planchas,,
.. i i un so o cuarto, Tel. 2-1602.
medias canales y en polva a pra-____
ci econmico. Para calderas, tu- SE ALQUILA:Apcrtomento da uno
barias da caler, ate. Cia da Pro-
ductos de Arcilla. S. A. Via Espa-
a 37-47. Tel. 3-0160.
SE VENDE: Mquina de Msico
Seeburg de 100 discos. AGEN-
CIAS DIAZ, Colle 37 No. 6-A.
Tel. 3-1029.
SE VENDE:Discos clsicos y popu-
recmara, sola comedor en Va
Belsono Porras final. Acabado de
pintar, por solo B.37.50. Tel. 2-
1602.
SE ALQUILAApcrtomento chico,1
lugar cntrico, matrimonio solo.
Avenida Central. Informes oficina i
calle H No. 18 en la maana, i
lores de 33 1-3 de todas marcas, i SE ALQUILA:Apartamento,
AGENCIAS DIAZ, calle 37 No. 6. recmaro, salo comedor,
A. C.nlle 57 bin IR informal
ca o Via Espaa.
ROBERTO MIRO 2-1215
buen sueldo, preferible tenga re-;
comendacin. Via Espoa 23 bojos.
SE NECESITA:Empleado para lim-
piar v acomodar la casa. Deba
dormir an al emplea y dar referen-
cias da su empleo anterior. Aveni-
da Balboa No. 45. Venia da 5 a
7 p. m.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Corro.Cadilloc modelo
48 en perfectas condiciones, se
ocepfon propuestos, llame Tel. 3-
2184 y 2-1075.
LLEGARON repuestos para todo mar-
cas da carros. Vistenos, Tropical
Motors.
l.-newPr0rUCe-buena rent0'y cr'! SE VENDE:Piano, buenos condi-
ciones, precio razonable. Calle U
No. 1, cuarto 15.
VENDEMOS mquina escribir porttil
perfectas condiciones. Acorden
doble teclado, completamente nue-
vo, precios aceptobles. Zapotera
Lo Nuevo Campano, Ave. 9 No.
48. _________________
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
9o. Porque Lefevre. 525 M2. Pro-
ductos Nacionales .Calle H 61,
Panam.
GANGA! En El Valle, un lote de 5,-
365 M2. Terreno limpio y plano,
cercado con alambre. Tel. 2-1112
Panam.
SE VENDE: La refresquero Teatro
Victorio. Ave. Central Coso 193.
Solicite all mismo.
SE VENDE: Aborrotera y Refres-
quero LA NACIONAL en Ave.
A y Calle 12 Oeste. Informes Tel.
2-0052.
Agencies Thomas-lianas Raices
Ave. Central Na. 259, Tal. 3-1069
LOS REGALOS DI ISTA SIMANA
SI VINDE:
Lote en Rio Abaio B. 1.25 el metro
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora de kero-
sene 9 pes, barata. Pueblo Arroi-
jn No. 129.
SE VENDE:Tres lmporos. una c-
modo, ropero, venecianas. Aveni-
da Central No. 74, Apto. 28 l-
timo piso.
SE VENDE:Packard Sedan 1940.
cuatro puertas, derechos pagados.
B.250.00 Caso 1560-A. Gavian Lofe en JuQn DlQZ B 0Q e| me0
Area, Balboa.
Casa chica en Juan Daz B.2,000.00.
Caso grande en Juan Daz bostante i
SE VENDE:Sillas, lmparo, mesi-
tas. etc. de bomboo. en buen es-
tado. Se puede ver a cualquier
hera en calle Venezuela No. 10
f altos l familia Maduro.
una
balcn, i
Colle 52 No. 18, informes Apto.
No. 8. I
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento fresco.!
cntrico, 2 recmaras, sala, come-
dor, balcn. Avenida Per esqui-
na 36 Este No. II, B.80.00. .
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento en Son
Francisco de la Coleta. Informes:
Estacin Gasolina San Jos Vio Es- j
paa No. 2. i
BALANZAS
"Detecto" y "Howe"
desde 10 lbs. hasta 2.000 lbs.
TRAPICHES
"Chattanooga"
y "Buffalo"
de 2 y 3 bolos.
RICARDO A. MIRO,
Sai
Calle 18 Este #4
Te Is.: 2-3335 2-2988
"Vendemos ms barato
para vender ms."
SE NECESITA
General
Nuestros ESPEJOS embe-
llecen el hotel El Panam.
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle I* Este Na. 4 Tel. 22Ma
SE NECESITA:Agente vendedora.
Debe ser ogrodoble pora vender
lnea de productos de renombre.
Oportunidad Escribo dando refe-
rencias, edad, experiencia, etc.. In-
cluya pequeo fotografo. Apto.
1645. Panam.
Organizacin
Jalud Pblica.
El Panam Amrica se ha en-
telado de que la Cmara de J-
venes y los Leones designarn
n sesin especial muy pronto
su representante. La Sociecd
Pro Mejoras del Parque Leftvre
":,a designado provisionalmente
a su Secretario de Salubridad y
el de Relaciones. Segn hemos
podido averiguar el ser*-.- Tin-
itcr ha sido escogido cor las arl-
adas Sanitarias del PNR orga-
nizacin que tiene ms de j in-
to aos de existencia.
La Asociacin Mdica Naclo-
n escogi al doctor Amcrlco
rtengifo como su represeutaiite
definitivo ante la ONASP, mien-
tras que en Salud Pblica se es-
taba pensando Integrar ms la
Seccin Tcnica con vares cur-
os adbono'em para asi solid'-
ficar ms el Benartamento \ la
Oiganizacin Nacional oara el
Avance de la Salud Pbliea.
Las circulares de Invitacin
nan estado circulando Dor co-
rreo Drof usa mente. Entre los
miembros de la Asociacin O-
dontolsrica Nacional existia t.n
tstos das intensa actividad po-
itica con e! fin de o'itfner la
representacin en dlr-ho ore*-
nlsmo que ser con los aos 'a
mxima puteidad orivpoi de
estimulo de la salubridad pa-
namea.
tland
2 pies cbicos de arena
limpia
4 pies cbicos de piedra No.
1,10 4
i Hormign simple o sin
refuerzo 1-3-8
1 saco cemento tipo Por-
tland
3 pies cbicos de arena
limpia
8 pies cbicos de piedra
triturada No. 3 o i
4Techo:
Todo el maderamen de los
tecnos, aleros y cielo rasos de-
' ben ser envenenados por lo me-
nos a brocha con liquido espe-
'clal para combatir el comejn.
5Vigas de amarre:
Todas las paredes de bloques
que soportan el techo deben lle-
var una viga de amarre de
hormign con refuerzo de dos
(2) barras de acero de media
pulgada por lo menos y sus res-
Slectivos estribos de un cuar-
o de pulgada. Estas vigas no
deben ser menos de 30 metros
de altura por el espesor de la
pared.
6Instalaciones Sanitarias:
Todos los trabajos de plome-
ra deben ser ejecutados. segn
los reglamentos de la .oficina
de Sanidad.
dicho trabajo si asi lo consider
necesario.
Para cualquier otra informa
cin. los Interesados puede:
presentarse al Departamento d
Prstamos Hipotecarios de 1
Caja de Seguro Social, en don
de sern debidamente atend
dos. .
li
Declaran en
tenido en Formosa el buqtif pa
name* Risita de 304 tonelauas
Los tripulantes dijeron que
los nacionalistas sacaron 4f i
toneladas de carga del Moller j f
unas 60 del Hardy. Ambos bii-f
qnes iban a Foochow a 8hang iiai cuando fueron detenidos 1
semana pasada.
La carga del Taluei fu robo4
da per piratas que navegaban!
con banderas nacionalistas fren
te a la costa de Chekiang ai mu
de Shanghai. Los tripulante*
dijeron que los nacionalistas lo
trataron bien.
La libertad
felos a fin de que'or**' enl
libertad al doctor Arnulfo Arta,
y" a los dems detenidos pe-.
uticos.
. Nuestra solicitud tiene como
, fundamento: primero, el hecho
Los tubos de ventilacin de de que no existe motivo au
los excusados (W.C.)-'no pt> Justifique la detencin del >ri
drn ser menores de cuatro (4. *rias. y segundo, que la Con^
pulgadas de dimetro. Cuando trtuein dice oue "el Preste-fo-
se use una ventilacin para dos de i. Republic? no podr *>1
(2i o mas servicios de excusa- i,,7e(,rin nor rieiirA* ,.."
do el tubo debe ser no menor
| de cuatro (4) pulgadas de di-
' metro.
Jurgpdo por delitos comunes"
Al doctor Arias no se le ha
comprobado ni se le Comoro' -*
ranada oue lustlfique su r*tei
.,. tencin. El hecho de que nuble!
'-Pisos de concreto: n muerto algunas persor-d
i Ninguna torta de hormign ; durante el' tnoue oue el n--
para piso podra ser menor de; Dio y \n polica le hizti al Pa-
jdiez centmetros de esbesor. ,RC|0 presidencial, no e? ir"-
;8inspecciones: tivo para resoonsbillzar al
i El contratista queda en la o- rdano de tales muerto.-. A--
jbligacion de avisar al Arquitec- jms. nos resistimos a creer dr
l.to-Tnspector de la Caja ouando;ai doctor Arnulfo ArlP.s sV'e
est en condiciones de fundir pueda mantener detenido Dor-
; fundaciones, columnas, vigas, oue au libertad pueda, lesiona"
pisos, etc.. etc., pera que este intre.e> nolitlcos. Tsl actitrd.
las apruebe v queda el Iscedor
con autoridad para suspender
Aviso .IndWal
Se establece
tos resoectlvos antes de retirar
la Daten tes.
Nos termin diciendo el Se-
cretario de Comercio, oue. de-
seaba advertir al pblico oue
oara retirar las patentes no se
necesitaban intermediarios de
ninguna clase. Que las personas
oue asi lo hacen, estn hacien-
do esto por su propia cuenta v
riesgo, y que si paan r>or ello
es por su nroola voluntad.
-% mhumana y antidemocr-
tica.
P' sesenta por ciento de la
ciudadana panamea, clama
rior la libertad del doctor Arii".
y confia oue el actual Gobierno
que nractica los verdaderos
ti .u.rAru S0S.?f.tfrf.MAoT.f au,,.*, ortacipios democrticos, dar 10*
sacad, d.i circuit, d. panam! in I ^sos necesarios a fin de one
fuaci.naa da Alguacil Ejacuter, al p-' el doctor Arlas reCOtfe la 11-
| bile an teatral. I be-^ad lo antes posible.
mace SABEB: Rn lp feo-i'Hd'd oue e' Eymn.
qua por resolution da facha 1.4 de ,j ... .*
juno da mi. dictada an al juicio ja- seor Presidente .escuchara 'a
eutlv. hipotacarM propuaato nor la' TO- de la BepilblICT'. nOS COm-
"Compania Fiduciaria d Panam. S. A. QlPCemOS en Suscribirnos. TS
SE VENDE:Truck plotoformo de Z
1-2 tonelado GMC precio B 2.500.
B 500.00 al contado y B.2,000.-
00 o plazos, venga Comisariato
Sittn. colles oln y 15 Este.
SE VENDE:Comir Chevrolet, es-
taco, modelo 1941 en muy buenas
condiciones, valo, en la estacin
Valds. Ave. "A" No. 117 o Ho-
me al Tel. 2-3835.
SI VINDE: BUICK. 41, Suaar, 4
puartai. Radio, tuba imponcha-
klai. Derechos poaodo. $1300.-
00. Facilidad.* de Pata. AGEN-
CIAS NASH.
SE VENDE:Al contodo Ford Coupe
an perfectas condiciones mecni-
cos. Modelo A-31. Muy buen mo-
tor y Montos con dos repuestos.
Colle lo y Ave Pereiil No .1 .
apartamento 5. B.225 .
SE VENDE:Al meor postor. Ca-
mion Dodge 1942, de una tone-
lada, con derechos pagados y li-
cencio poro el ao 1951. Se acep-
tan cotizaciones cerrodos en los
oficinas de la Pan Americon World
Airway. Colle "L" No. 5. y se-
rn abiertos el mircoles, I de
Agosto a las 10:00 A. M. Puede
inspeccionarse en nuestros ofici-
nas.
SE REQUIERE AGENTE y
DISTRIBUIDOR
nico en Panam para la dis-
tribucin de ana eran varie-
dad de receptores de radio
televisin de manuf aclara
britnica "Etronlr." Para ob-
tener detalles completos escri-
ban a: Messrs. Associated Ex-
perts. Ltd.. C Laurence Poiinl-
nev II111. Londres E. C. 4. In-
tlaterra.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
terreno B.4.000.00.
Lote en Parque Lefevre B.3.50 el
metro.
Lote de 500 Mts en Pueblo Nuevo.
venga y hoga oferla, es un regalo.
Lote en tronilstmico B.0.33 el metro.
Lote en calle 51, B. 10.00 el metro.
SE ALQUILACuarto completamen-
te amoblado, ventilado, hombre
solo. Colle Colombio No. 8. apor-
tamento 5,-Tel. 3-0338.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto para una o
des personos, colla 43 Bello Vista,
casa 68 al lodo corral, altos.
SE NECESITAUno dependiente con _
experiencia, que hable ingls y
castellano. La Moda Americano,
Avenida Centrol No. 102
SE NECESITA: Uno dependiente,
preferible con experiencio y que
sepa hoblar ingls. TAMBIN UN
DEPENDIENTE. No se atender por
telfono. Almacn Mi Casita. Ave-
nida Centrol No. 57. Panam.
SE DESEA
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto chico con ba-|
Casa en Rio Abajo B. 10.000.00 en j o- ,od '"dependiente, pora per-
toda lo carretero de Los Sobonas. s,ono s0' Ct,lle Estudiante 105. ul-
Produce B.240.00. "mo D,so-
' SE ALQUILA:Cuorto independiente,
matrimonie sin nios. Solicite lla-
ve calle Estudionte 105. Arriba
Panadera Ancn.
Casa en CarrosquiHo, B.4,"30.00.
Cosa mixta 3 apartamentos, renta B.
95.00 mensual, en San Francisco.
Lote de terreno calle 14 San Fran-
cisco 655 metros, precio B.5.00
el metro, 5 minutos del SAS.
Chalet en Bello Visto, 2 recmoros. 1 PERDIDO Anteojos bifocoles. oros
carey. Buena, notificacin. Tel. 3-
0490. Colle 43 No. 41.
PERDIDO
Con 6725.00
PUEDE OBTENER
UNA REFRIGERADORA
ADMIRAL!
Durante ti mes de Julio ni-
camente, seguimos ofreciendo
la oportunidad de tener una
Refrigeradora en su bogar con
un pago Inicial de B/25.00 y
plazos cmodos. Hay 8 mode-
los diferentes al escop.er. 5
ao -Jle aaran! ia VEA la
ADR."tAL antes de comprar
una Refrigeradora1
Mueblera Casa Sparton
Central ZS Calldenla Tal. Z-ltSl
garoge B.I7.000.UO. Se acepta i
Hipoteco.
Cholet en Son Froncisco. colle 11,
Portilla B. 16.000.00. Hipoteca B.
5.000.00. efectivo B. 11.000.00.
Cholet 2 recmaras. gorage. etc ,
en V o Belisorio Porras y esquina,
1.000 metros Precio B 1 5.000.00.
Hipcteco B.6.000.00. efectivo B.
5.0C0.0C. Bueno oportunidod.
Coso de concreto sobre pilastras. 2
recmoras. etc. 600 mts. Hipoteco
B 2.000.00. Ultimo precio. B. 1 0.-
000.00. cerco del teatro Edn.
Coso de modera en calle 14 Este B
5.000 00.
Caso de manipostera. 8 cuartos. 2
servicios, en Vio Itilisorio Porros.
Hipoteco B.2.000.00. Volor B. 10,-
000.
4 cholets con calle privado, cerco
Universidad, ornes 8.48.000 00.
Hipoteco B 28.000.00. Hago ofer-
to.
En El Sitio. 3.000 metros, cerca del
Nuevo Hipdromo. 8.1.00 el me-
tro.
Chalet en calla 39 Este B 19.0C0 00.
Hipoteco 6 5.000 00. efectivo B
14.CC0.C0.
Chalet grande, calle 47, Bella Visto.
B.25.000.00. Hipoteco Bi6.000.00.
Cholet grande 3 recmaras, servicios.
tina de bono. 1.000 metros de te-
rreno. Via Belsono Porras cerca
Via Espoo, valor B.25,000.00.
Pago inicial, B. 15,000 00. Soldo
en buena hipoteco.
I Tenemos muchos oros propiedades
poro la vento.
Servicio desde las 8:30'A M. hasta
las 6:30 P. M.
Afanciai Tkamal-lianoa Raicea
Ave. Cemtral Na. 259 Tel. 3-1069
Aperlado 1404 |
PERDIDOCdulo Identidad Perso-
nal y licencia de manejar auto de
Panam y Zona del Canal a nom-
bre de Carmen A. Trius. Se gro-
tificor o lo persono que los de-
vuelvo o lo Avenido Centrol 84.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet-oioteo de 2
recmoras, sola comedor, cuarto
empleada, 2 servicios, en calle 33
y Avenida Cubo Solo B.90.00. Tel.
2-1602.
SE ALQUILACasa amobloda cbn
tres recmoros en Avenida Ecuador
No. 12. Paro informes llame ol
telfono 3-2165.
DESEAMOS matrimonio sin hijos, que!
conozco de labores de campo pa- !
ra cuidar caso en el Valle de An-i
ten Debe tener recomendacin del
lugar donde trabaj antes Cia. !
Dulcidio Gonzlez N.. S. A. Fbri- |
co de Mosoicos. Ave. Cuba No. 8.
~SE ALQUILA
Lcala
Felpa Mineralizada
Roja y Verde*' ''
Felpa Negra
de 15 y 30 Iba.
Clavos de Zinc
Balanzas 'Detecto'
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
SE AlQUIL-vLoccl pora oficino.
orriba del Teotro Centrol
CLNICA, equipado, altos Farmacia [
Solazar, colla 16 Oeste No. 28,
Ponom.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA:COMA de produc-i
Cin nocional exclusivamenle. en i
cualquier cantidad a B.200.00 lo'
tonelodo de 2.000 libras netos, |
bien limpia y seca, puesta y pesada
en nuestra planta de la ciudad de'
Ponom CIA. ANAMIA OE
ACEITES. S. A. Corretera del Ae- |
ropuerto. Te!. 3-1371.
SE COMPRA: SEBO MITO (De-
rretidol de primero calidad a B.
0.15 lo libra neta en cuolquier
-entidad, entregado en lo ciudad
de Panom. Se advierte que se re-
chazar todo sebo de proceden-
cia extranjera o todo sebo nacio-
nal que hoya sidn mezclado cen
extranjero CIA. PANAMEA DE
ACEITES. S. A.. Carretera del Ae-
ropuerto.
Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENF con MECHA
Con SO velas da (urna de luz blanca
moderna. Permnnere encendida 50
hora* por 1 galn de kerosene. Toma
MI ole AIRE y solamente f, de
KKROSENK. Completamente segura-
rte explota ni necesita generador ni
bornea. No produce humo ni ma'o*
olores Es tan aencilla que un nio
puede prenderla. Nunca vista en Pa-
nam a Precio un Ba)o
por slo... B '.9.95
Tenemos lodos los Repuestoff!
Dt VeaU en UhU* la- FERRETERAS
y MUEBLERAS.
Distribuidores:
WONG CHANO. S. A.
Coln Calle t 1 Ave. Balboa
Tal J03.
Panam. Ave (entra) M
Tel. 2-207
Para Entrega Inmediata
CARROS INGLESES
de conocidas marcas
STANDARD VANGUARD
Sedan de Cuatro Puertas
TRIUMPH MAYFLOWER
Sedan de Dos Puertas
CARRO PANEL
STANDARD
PICK-UP
STANDARD
PARA INFORMES LLAME
a los telfonos:
2-2930 2-1619
mt'y atentos y seguros servido-
res.
Abnl Ostirllmi. Porfirio An-
Cuizoht, Guillermo Valds, (si-
guen ms de mil firmas).
i
TAXI
RADIO
20 MAS PUEDEN VIAJAR ,
TAN BARATO COMO /
SE ALQUILA:Chalet tres recamaros
amplios comodidades. Calle 43
No. 25, Bella Vista.
lOMPRAMOS caf de Boquete, de
Veraguas. $45 y o $40 el quin-
tol respectivomentt en partida de
100 sacos y mis. Escriba al Apor-
__todo 2019.
24 Horas
deservicio
p 3-3344
CARTON PARA CIELORASOS
"SIMPSON BOARD"
V X 8'
4? X 10"
41 X 12'
B .2.24 hoja
2.80 "
3.36 "
EL GUILA
Ca:1' "M" final
Tal. 2-2121
Aviso Judicial
AVISO EMPLAZATORIO
. FI suscrito, eluei Segundo del Circuito
de Panam, por medio del preente edic-
to*
EMPLAZA'
I At aeor KLMU LEE STONB, vern.
. mayor de edd. norteamcr;. ano, comer-
| rante, cuyo paradero actual * icnora,
para quo dentro del termino de treinta
' da*, contado deade I* fecha de la ul-
' tima publicacin del preaente edicto.
eomparcaoa a eate Tribuna) por af o por
I medio de apoderado a hacer valer aoe
derecboe dentro del juicio de divorcio
I que en tu contra ha propueato au ***-
poaa, aeora CARMEN AMALIA I/FKZ.
advinindole que ti al no lo hiciere
dentro del trmino expreaado. ae le
nombrar on defenaor de auaente cen
quien ae mntinuau el juum.
Por tanto, ae fija ea.e edicto empla-
aatorfn en limar e.f.il.lr de la Suriini
4m >te Tribunul. hoy triiiticuatio de
Julio de mil noveci.-nto. .inciwnla. f
ipU le mi-mu ae tinw a dipo-t.in
dr la irte interesada para au publica-
cin.
F.1 Jne%
(Fdo.) JORGE A. ROhRlt.il/. U
Por >! Seerrt
(Fdo ) MARIA PARrJV
Oficial Mayar.
U fiel copia de au ansia*!.
' Rifles de Baln
Morco "Daisy"
desde 2.95
contra Felipe Romero Lupes, ao ha ae-
alado I da veinticuatro (24) de a-
goito prtrab para que dentro de has
horas tsales tensa lucrar el remate del
biea que continuacin ae describe, de
propiedad del demandado:
"Finca nmero 10.006, Inscrita an la
Seccin de la Propiedad, Provincia de
Panam, en el Resiatro Pblico, al
folio 1 sh del Tomo 31C, que cooa.a-
te ea lote de terreno situado en las
Sabana de eata cFodad y casa en l
construida, de IVn piao sobre pilastra a
te concreto. La casa tiene pisos de
madera, parede de madera y techo
de hierro cOaaalado El terreno tiene
una superficie de cuatrociento ae-
aenta y cuatro metros cuadrados
A iM m?\ dentro de los aisuiantev
linderos y medidas lineales: Por el
Norte, mide treinta y trea metroa y nueve centimetres (31.10 m.t y
linda con lote nmero aiete (7) de
Manuela Beratdes Isaaa; por el Sur,
mide treinta y trea metroa dies y
nueve eentimelroa (SSM0 m.t y lin-
da con resto de! terreno de Valentin
feiierini; por el Eate. mide catorce
metros He m.) y linca con lote n-
mero seis (6) de Manuela Bermde*
lease; y por el Oeste, aside catorce
metros (14 a.) y linda con calle en
proyecto."
Servir* de base para el remate de )a
finca, antes descrita la suma de DOf.
MIL CUATROCIENTOS TREINTA Y
TRES BALBOAS CON NOVENTA Y
SEIS CENTESIMOS (R 2.4*x.9M.
eantidad indicada por la sociedad de-
mandante en el libelo de demanda, con-
forme al eonlrato de hipoteca. > sern
| oferfaa admisibles la que cubran las
do terceras psrtts de eaa 'aura*.
tfSm. J:.rUd. .uaV /"i. 3 Concierto para 4 viones f
esa hora en adelante m oirn le< pujas Orqilesl t eil Re Mayor A. VI*
y repujas que rvn.aran presentarse h.- valf-i, (1675-1743).
ta que toa er.oda la eubasta con Im
adjudicacin al mejor postor.
Para habilitarse como postor s re-
quiere constrnar previamente en la Se-
cretara del Tribunal el cinco por cien-
to de la baso del remate.
Panam. 24 de julio de mi.
(Fde I Eduardo Fersusea Martnez
Secretario del Juzsado Secundo
del Circuito de Panam.
Ba fie] copla de au orlsinal.
Panam. 14 de mayo da l 9 ''.
F. F Martinas.
Secretarlo.
El Conservatorio
inicia desde hoy
temporada musical
S3 primer concierto de la pre-
sente temporada ser presenta-
do esta noche por la Orquesta
del Conservatorio Nacional ba-
jo la direccin del profesor
Alexander Felnland y con a
Intervencin de la solista Pris-
cilla Elosa Filos.
La funcin comenzar a las
8.15 p.m. en el Teatro Nacional
y desarrollar el siguiente' pro-
grama:
ProKrama
1 Obertura "Stradolla" f.
v. Flotow, 11812-1883).
2 Concierto para piano y or-
quesla en Re May of O.
Haydn, (1732-18091.
Vlvace - Adagio - Allegro
assai.
Allegro Larghetto Alle-
gro.
Sollslas: Teodoro Tirelli, Vir-
gilio Carvajal, Adriano Vsquez,
Eric Apolayo.
Intermedio
4 81nfonia No. 41 "Jpiter*
en Do Mayor, (1756-17811.
Allegro vlvace Andanta
cantabile
SELECT-A-SCHEME
Tenemos en existencis:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2" x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
.
Agencias Globales
Vis Espaa No. 121
Tel, 2-1503
PARTES y ACCESORIOS
CENUI NOS
PARA
Jeeps
ca. cyrnos, s.a.
Tal. 2-1790
NGULOS
3/4" x 3 4" 1/ 8" 20' B .0.86
1" 1" 3/16" 20" 1.68
1.1,4" 1/ 8" 20' 1.46
1-1/4" 3/16" 20" 2.14
1-1/2" 3/16" 20' 2.80
1-1/2" 1/ 4" 20' 3.53
1-3/4" 1/ 8" 20' 2.12
Y PLATINAS DE TODOS TAMAOS
EL GUILA
Calls "M" final
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\r-' .;, -7. 1951
BL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETE
- s i mt
-i ir
SOCIALES DE COLON
Por JUDITH BERTNCIN1
Apartado 432 Apartado 1004
L'nplcaoa
El dia 25 de los corrientes
febro un ao ms de vida el
ilto Gilbert Esquivel Araz,
lo del hogar del seor don
llbert Esquivel y seora Marta
Tuiz de Eaquivel. Hasta Alml-
ite, en donde reside con t\u
Wres le hacemos llegar al pe-
lefio Ollbert nuestras felicta-
les.
Dr Austreberto Paredes, quien
el 26 del presente mes, celebro
sus natales.
aunque algo tarde, hacemos
Igar nuestras congratular: io-
I* a.la seora dona Nunela
Wuehe de Paredes, esposa del
Baile en el Club
de Extranjeros
El Club de Leones de Coln
est haciendo los preparativos
necesarios para el baile que se
llevar a cabo el sbado 4 de
agosto en los amplios salones
del Club de Extranjeros. La en-
trada costar solamente un bal-
boa y lo que se recoja ser pa-
ra la Cruz Roja Nacional.
Los pases latino-americanos
constituyen parte integrante
de la seguridad de los E. U.
Ridgway y Joy en Tokio
WASHINGTON, julio 28. (UP) .
El Departamento de Defensa;
dijo en un documento en que
se exponen los fundamentos del
programa de defensa de Estados
Unidos que "los pases latino-i
> americanos constituyen parte i
i integral de la seguridad de Es-'
i tados Unidos."
En el documento de 6 p-
ginas se sintetizaron, a juicio
de los funcionarios, los puntos
sobresalientes de la poltica ge-
neral de defensa de Sitados
Unidos y en unos prrafos ae
dijo cmo se aplica sa poltica
a las distintas reglones del
mundo.
"Estados Unidos y las dems
naciones del mundo libre, se
est creando una poderosa fuer-
si militar para la defensa co-
mn frente a la amenaza 8o-
***.
A
>
b
El Vite-Almirante C. Turner Jot (Izquierda) jefe de I dele-
gacin de las Naciones Unidas para el cese de fuego en Co-
rea, conversa con su superior, el General Matthew B. Ridg-
way, Comandante Supremo de las Naciones Unidas, en Tokio.
I lov vol a Tokio despus de haber concedido a los rojos un
receso de cuatro das en las conversaciones de Kaesong.
vltica a la paz y seguridad."
En cuanto a Latlno-Amarica,
dice el documento: "Estados
Unidos y las dems repblicas
americanas acordaron en 1947
que el ataque armado a una de
ellas at considerar como un
ataque armado a todas y apor-
tar unidades para la defensa
comn."
"Los pases latino-americanos,
que ocupan o dominan las cer-
canas a muchas de las reglones
y centros militares del hemisfe-
rio occidental, constituyen par-
te Integral de la seguridad de
Estados Unidos. Son ellos tam-
bin, principal fuente extranje-
ra de unos 20 materiales estra-
tgicos y escasos que se necesi-
tan para nuestra produccin de
defensa."
Sherman en una recepcin de Franco
Cumpleaos de hoy
Hasta la ciudad da Panam
hacemos llegar nuestro saludos
al doctor Rafael Alcldes Vs-
quez. quien en esta fecha cele-
bra sus natales.
Felicitamos al seor don Fer-
nando Oranges, alto empleado
de la Cia. Diers y Ullrich, por
sumar hoy un ao ms de vida.
insecticidas tn uno con ti
El nio Ariel Alexis Senz
tambin celebra hoy sus nata-
les. Con tal motivo sus padres
ofrecen el sbado una fleste-
clta en su residencia, a la que
asistirn los amlguitos del pe-
queo Ariel.
Celebra hoy su tercer aniver-
sario de cumpleaos la nllta
Irlanda Elizabeth Rodriguez, hi-
ja del Capitn Gabriel Rodri-
Suez y seora Paula M. de Ro-
riguez. Hasta la ciudad de Pa-
nam le hacemos llegar nues-
tras felicitaciones.
Felicitacin
La nifilta Sandra Dorylee, hi-
ja del hogar formado por el
seor William Daniel Donadlo y
seora Maria Teresa V. de Do-
nado ajust el da 25 de los
corrientes su segundo aniversa-
rio de nacimiento. Con tal mo-
tivo los padres de Sandy, como
cariosamente la llaman, ofre-
cieron una fiesteclta ntima en
su residencia.
Baile de las Damas de Coln
El Club Social Damas de Co-
ln, ofrece el sbado 4 de a-
gosto en el Jardin Monaco, un
uran festival bailable ameniza-
do por la orquesta de Arman-
do Boza y su cantante Ocmn
Vergara. L cuota ser de B.
1.50 para caballeros.
lai.......
Los criadores de
ovejas contra la
"lana sinttica"
WASHINGTON, julio 27. (UP)
La Asociacin Nacional de
Criadores de Ovejas critic e-
nrglcamente los planes del Go-
bierno de ayudar a la produc-
cin de "lana sinttica" y ale-
que dicha ayuda "desalen-
aria" a los criadores y podra
motivar la disminucin de la
poblacin lanar del pals.
Se tiene entendido que el
Movlllzador de la Defensa,
Charles E. Wilson, llene en pro-
yecto anunciar en breve que la
construccin de fbricas de la-
na sinttica y otros productos
tales como "nylon' y otras subs-
tancias usadas para ampliar la
produccin de lana natural es
"una necesidad nacional".
Tal declaracin permitirla au-
tomticamente a la Junta de
Produccin Nacional conceder a
dichas fbricas prioridades en
materiales escasos y concesiones
en los impuestos, a la vea que
permitirla a tales fbricas so-
licitar prstamos del Gobierno
de acuerdo con la ley de pro-
duccin para la defensa.
La anterior fotografa nos muestra al Almirante Forrest P. Sherman (izquierda) en uniforme
de tala, arante una recepcin en .Madrid despus de haber celebiado importantes confe-
ronclaa con el General Franco (derecha). I.a fotografa fu tomada pocos dias antes de la
muerte del Almirante Sherman ocurrida en iples.___________________________________
Los laboristas izquierdistas
britnicos quieren negociar
una "paz" con los soviticos
LONDRES, Julio 27 1 Los Laboristas de izquierda ad-
virtieron que tratarn de adue-
' fiarse del dominio del partido
Laborista y de obligar al Go-
bierno a reducir el programa de
armamentos y negociar la "paz"
con la Unin Sovitica.
La actitud de los laboristas
de Izquierda que dirige el ex-
! Ministro de Trabajo Aneurln
; Bevan, dada a conocer al anun-
NOCHE
La nocae m put deictatir y o pira 1
Tintn a hirer ituii. La incontinencia di
li orina, el onnir lotai y 1 ardor n il
riAo Indica* rirlonii dmlta. All cono
dolr.ru de ripaldt, Cornilturaa rtumtrii f
tobillo* tnchidoe. Para coitibollr eitoi deeir*
retloi reecmcndanoi laa Pldorai da Becker
ara laa riooaa jr ijift. CnpicUt o* n*
ciarse oficialmente los proyectos
de resolucin que se estudiaran
en la conferencia anual del Par-
tido Laborista que tendr lu-
gar en Octubre.
Los grupos de Izquierda den-,
tro del partido indicaron q' con:
los proyectos de resolucin pori
ellos patrocinados insistirn en
que Gran Bretaa modifique!
completamente su poltica ex-
terior y hasta cierto punto su
poltica econmica nacional.
por ejemplo, hay 37 proyec-
tos de resolucin sobre rearme,
de los cuales 31 piden la reduc-
cin del programa de armamen-
tos. Las otras seis, aunque ad-
miten que el actual programa
de defensa quizs sea necesa-
rio, exhorta a que se tomen
medidas ms rigurosas para li-
mitar "las utilidades y dlvlden-
dos.-'
El ouevo Insecticida FLIT, de accin
instantnea y efecto duradero, es de
cudruple accin porque contiene:
rTj. ilitoMiiwiittiog^
O D.T y CLORDANO,para efec
ros duraderos: ISOBORNIL y
PIRTRINA,para matar insec-
tos Qstantaneamente-
OTRO PRODUCTO (sso)
Si la lila no tiana I sold.dlto,
CANAS
Tinneaa coa alta renado cuero, fcil :
barato: Un coarto litro da asna, laa tu
charada da tllMItaa. S euchirada da bey
Rum (o asua da Colonia) y ana eajita da
Compueito da Barbo. Compra aatoa la-
(rediente! tn 4a bo'.iea. merrlek aa oaa
botella t Miei para tcfllr la* amata aa>
da lai lnril*telonee aa la oafs tal Con-
pneata da Barbo
NUEVA SALUD
Y ENERGA
rara las panana* O* m* ate *t arVa
can al nuava tank* ftrruginote
Laa mujern loa boaibraa, partiaulanaanU
loo hombrea, qua encuentra* qua caita carn-
eado a la tetnioa y lu praoounaeioaaa del
trabajo a de li ntuioom aaoaaariaa, ttaaaa a li
El Conde Sf orza no
formar parte del
gabinete Italiano
ROMA. Julio 27 lUPiEsfe-
ras informadas dicen que es ca-
si seguro que el Primer Minis-
tro Alclde de Oasperl no inclui-
r el nombre del Conde Cario
Sforza como Ministro de Rela-
ciones Exteriores cuando pre-
sente el nuevo Gabinete con
miembros de dos partidos ni
Presidente de la Repblica.
Gasperi allan el camino para
formar el nuevo Gabinete l lle-
ga* a un acuerdo con los ele-
mentos disidentes de su Parti-
do Demcrata Cristiano.
Las divergencias se debieron
a que los izquierdistas del Par-
tido deseaban que Gulseppe Pe-
na no continuara como Ministro
del Tesoro. Los izquierdistas se
oponan a la rgida poltica an-
tl-lnflacionlsta de Pella.
La crisis fu arreglada elimi-
nando el Ministerio del Tesoro
y dividiendo sus funciones en-
tre los Ministerios de Presu-
puesto y Hacienda.
m uvw mmn
Regresan de viaje
a Europa senadores
de Estados Unidos
WASHINGTON, julio 27 lUSIS.I
-Siete senadores de los Esta ;
dos Unidos que acaban de r?* i
gresar a Washington despus
de un viaje de dos semanas
durante el cual estudiaron laa
condiciones militares y econ-
micas de Europa, informan qua
existe un nuevo espritu da
confianza en el continente, h .
dems de la determinacin Ja
los pases de Europa Occidental
de forjar sus defensas conj un- *
tas.
Los legisladores. Miembros da
la Comisin de Relaciones Ex-
teriores del Senado, visitaron
Francia, Gran Bretaa. Espaa
Italia-, Grecia, Alemania Occi-
dental y Turqua para obtener
informacin de primera linea
sobre los esfuerzos de Euroua
Occidental para mejorar sus
defensas.
El Comit haba solicitado In-
formacin a fin de ppder con-
siderar el proyectado programa
de ayuda econmica y militar
reciproca al mundo libre.
De los nueve senadores qua
hicieron el viaje, siete regresa-
ron a Washinston hoy. siendo
ellos los republicanos Alexander
Wiley, Bourke Hickenlooper. H.
Alexander 8 m I ' h y Owen
Brewster. y los demcratas
John Sparkman, Guv Gillette y
Theodore Green. El Senador'
demcrata Brlen McMahon y el
republicano Henry Cabot Lodge
son esperados ms tarde.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
meiores pronramas
mana ua remedio qua. autqot en illa, w
Marcha la anua/dii eoa lat aaBaa de
Danonaalo.il* ha aaeoatrado aa tata autvt
cante v raconttituyantt qut aaoaerttt.
El atacio en el tranacurao da dia* dita ea
aenrillamente aaombroao. L'atad paree* que
ai tala ana la mar* nutra rldi por al cuerpo la
aajntla queda i amurada, aa recobra la die-
pcaatita a tacar laa tata. I* aaraitataad
dea*peral* y uatad duerma pronisdacaeat*
Se ente nuevo en toda eeotido.
aptieit* t rRRlZAN ea 1* tamieli a. t*
calidad y aonattla t prueba bar anaate.
No se asuste! ... La Crem
Dpntal Kolynos aotha con el mal
liento, pule mejor loa dientes f
har brillar la turarisa. Adems,
Kolynoi tlimin las bacterias quft
producen loa cido bucles cau-
santes d* las carie. Compre
Kolynos hoy y . lselo todo
lot alas! *
K01YN0S tSST
Rinda nuil
fo ms rico en harinas!
as recetas que traa.
PARA MAYOR GARANTA
N LA RfPOSTERIA
No deje que su hija se case
EXCLUSIVO RHODA,
In casa de las novias,
presenta hoy


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PAGINA OCHO
EL PANAMA AMTRICA DIARIO ND'EPKNIMETr
VIERNES, TLIO ti, 1
Ires Juegos De Gran Expectacin
Ofrece Hoy El Basketball Menor
Iferc vs. Pepsi Cola,
Elf *a vs. Maduro
y Rebeldes vs. Ciela
Lucharn por continuar
con opcin en la justa
BASKETBALL DE SEGUNDA
Categora
Provincia de Panam
C.rcuito Masculino
Estado de los Equipos
Grupo
"GRINGO DE LA GUARDIA''
G P Pts.
Opt ca Sosa .... 7 1000
Puerta v Lu ..6 1 .857
Pelimex......4 2 .800
Rebeld.es......4 I 750
Cela........4 3 .750
Alemn Jr.....2 2 .500
Era Pern .... 2 5 .286
Orion........1 5 .167
CHE VILLALOBOS"
G P Pts.
Dep. Elela .... 5 1 .833
Ran: Jr.......4 1 .800
Kar i .un. .....4 2 .607
ten enano .... 3 2 -6'JO
Pep i Cola .... Z 3 .400
Mai into......2 4 .333
Lefivre ......2 3X
Rod lag ......2 4 .333
Pan'mi. nana ... 1. 4 .200
JUEGOS DE HOY
B. m Jr. vs. Pepsi Cola
6:45 p.m.
Ele'.a v:. Madurlto
7:30 p.m. v
Ciela vs. Rebeldes
For BETO TEJADA
La justa ba-ketbolera de segun-
da categora contina esta no-
che en el .G mnaslo Nacional,
con .res importantes Juegos.
bam Jr. vs. Pepsi Cola
E:: este luego el Bam Jr., de-
feni era sh opcin al cterecho de
Ir a la scile final por el titulo,
mJc .ras que sus rivales lucha-
rn desesperadamente por lo-
grai el triunfo y mantener, aun-
3ue con muy remotas poslblli-
ativs su opcin a finalizar en-
tre lo* que jugarn en la serie
por el titulo.
I i ,.l VS. M lilil In
En este segundo lance el Ele-
ta i i colocar a un pa.o de lo-
grar su clasificacin si vence al
Mao'urlto, equipo este que en
ltimo compromiso sorprendi al
Rodelag. Aunque los muchachos
de la Plaza Herrera satn eli-
minadas, lucharn por la victo-
ria.
Rebeldes vs. Ciela
Er este ltimo juego, ambos
equinos lucharn por mejorar SU
opcl n y colocacin, pronost-
Cncose un reido cotejo entre
ambn competidores.
La Barriada gan el 1er. lance de la
serie y maana vuelve a chocar con el
Chester en juego de gran importancia
El equipo de la Barriada se
impuso ayer al Lord Chester-
field por 3 carreras a 0. en el
primer juego de la serie final
iue estn sosteniendo, en dis-
puta del Campeonato del Cir-
cuito Intermedio de la Liga Ju-
venil de Baseball que dirige el
entusiasta y popular ato Mar-
Uz.
En encuentro result intere-
sante y ambos equipos se des-
plegaron con decisin y lucha-
rw en todo momento por el
u.unfo.
El segundo partido de la Jus-
ta se efectuar maana a las 9
30 de la maana en el cuadro
:.e Santa Rita, y el encuentro
promete resultar reidsimo, ya
que la Barriada se anexar el
titulo si vuelve a salir airoso
mientras que los cigarrllleos
necesitan ganar para empatnr
li Serie. De triunfar el Lord
Chesterfield, el tercer partido
y el decisivo se realizar el
unes.
DEPORTES EN LA
COSTA DE ORO
Con gran entusiasmo se inau-
gur la temporada canastera
ce este sector en el Gimnasio
"Everardo Nunez", conocido co-
mo la cajeta de fsforos. Un
total de 10 conjuntos se dispu-
! tan el titulo de monarcas del
i basket de segunda divisin,
pues debido a la poca coope-
racin de la Federacin de este
deporte no se ha podido celebrar
i ni el torneo femenino ni el
' torneo de la primera divisin.
La Liga ha hecho un llamado
1 a los arbitros y andadores que
quieran contribuir al mejor de-
senvolvimiento de la Liga, y !es
pide encarecidamente su pre-
sencia los dins sealados para
ecleurur los partidos que son
los siguientes, Martes, Jueves,
y Sbados.
Hace dos meses se celebr en
.la ciudad el primer Congreso
Nacioncl de Redactores Depor-
tivos; en esta magna asamblea
se aprobaron varias resolucio-
nes encaminadas al desarrollo
(.el deporte en general: se nom-
br una comisin formada por
seis distinguidos cronistas de-
portivos para que laboren en la
formacin de una asociacin
nacional de redactores deporti-
vo, y hasta la fecha no han
logrado reunirse para iniciar
las conversaciones pertinentes
con el laudable fin de conver-
tir en realidad una de las ma-
caras aspiraciones de los cro-
nistas deportivos de la Rep-
blica de Panam.
El pelotero Beto
Avila recibe medalla
por su actuacin
WASHINGTON Julio 27 (USIS)
Roberto Francisco ("Beto")
Avila, segunda base del equipo
de los Indios de Cleveland, re-
cibi una medalla de oro por
su "excelente actuacin en el
campo del deporte", en cere-
monia que luvo lugar en la
Embajada de Mxico aqui el
nartes pasado.
Avila, quin tiene 26 aos de
edad, aprendi a Jugar baseball
en su ciudad natal, Veracruz.
Es el nico mexicano que est
actualmente Jugando en equipo
de las Ligas Mayores. Los cro-
nistas deportivos lo han cita-
do como uno de los factores
ms Importantes de los Indios
para mantenerse a la vanguar-
dia del cuadro de posiciones de
la Liga Americana. Hoy da los
Indios estn luchando por el
primer puesto, en pugna con los
Yanquis de Nueva York y los
Medias Blancas de Chicago, y
los Medias Rojas de Boston.
La medalla fu presenta-
da a Avila por el Embalador
n.exlrano Rafael de la Colina.
Estuvo presente en el acto Hank
Greenberp famoso beisbolero de
otrora, actual Presidente de los
Indios. Tambin asistieron otras
destacadas figuras del deporte
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
Cuatro partidos
presenta el ftbol de
V. Hermosa el Dmgo.
El prximo domingo le Lipa
de ftbol de Vista Hermosa cm
tinuar su calendarlo reg lar
con cuatro pe rudos
El cheque entre las oncenos
Lord Chesterfield y Deporiivo
Chileno debe resultar el ms in-
teresante, ya que tienen una
pugna pendiente estos dos con-
juntos desde el ao pasado.
Los otros juegos sern entre
los equipos Orion vs. Parque Le-
fevre, Vista Hermosa vs. Llau-
rado y Millonarios vs- Arsenal.
Se comenta con marcada in-
sistencia que la Federacin Na-
cional de Balompi escoger a
la ciudad de Coln como Sede
del Campeonato Nacional de
este deporte prximo a Iniciar-
se. Estimamos que la medida
del mximo organismo futbole-
ro es beneficioso para el resur-
gimiento del deporte de las pa-
tadas y los cabezazos. Esta Pro-
vincia puede sin mucho gasto,
alojar a la delegacin chirica-
na que de seguro tomar parte
en este certamen, en el aula
mxima del colegio Abel Bravo,
que dentro de pocos das esta-
r completamente reparado; los
otros participantes, Panam y
Coln, no reportan ningn gas-
to extraordinario a la Federa-
cin, y esperamos que los fede-
rados escojan a esta Provincia
como Sede del certamen futbo-
lero de este ao.
El Azteca dedica su
juego de hoy con el
Frente a G. Prez
El juego que sostienen esta
tarde el Deportivo Azteca y
Frente Patritico en el Estadio
Olmpico, se lo dedican los Ju-
gadores del Azteca, a Gaoiiel
Prez exjugador del mismo e-
quipo.
Prez partir en el da de ms-
ana para Martinica en uso de
merecidas vacaciones y a la iez
aprovechar para visitar a su
querida madre.
Este defenda la tercera bise
del equipo y era muy respetado
por su terrible bate.
El San Blas jugar
el domingo softball
los bomberos
Un problema podra suscitar-
se entre la Liga y la Federa-
cin de Basketball, si esta ul-
tima concede permiso a equipo
alguno para asistir a las fiestas
Agostnas en El Salvador. La
Liga en reunin celebrada con-
juntamente con la Federacin
ltimamente, aprob por una-
nimidad no conceder permiso
a ningn equipo, pero parece,
que hay algn Federado intere- j
sado en el paseito y ese mismo '
Federado es el que insiste en
que vaya cualquier equipo, pero
que vayan para asi poder l ir
tambin como Delegado Jefe...
Cmo es la vida.
O
He aqui nuestros pronsticos
hpicos para las carreras de
maana en Juan Franco:
la.Opex, por condicin y ji-
nete se impondr... Pregonero
...cuando le d por pregonar
ser demasiado tarde; 2aTor-
caza...est en muy buenas for-
mas... Fonseca... por la monta
que tiene no debe ser descui-
dado; 3aStella... y a le llego
su hora...Arqulmedes, por su
anterior y por Belludn es de
sumo cuidado; 4aCaaveral..
demasiado errtico en tumbar
la caa...Miranda...Doa M..
puede ser el enemigo de cuida-
do; 5aUncle James (e) la tri-
ple entrada debe ser un asalto
a manp armada. ..Carmela II..
ser dura de batir; 6aRose
Hip...se descubri la semana
pasada... Prestigio... ni presti-
gio tiene este desprestigio; 7a
Battling Cloud...no como del
cuento de su anterior.. .Sun
Cheer...aqui est la carta bra-
va de nuestro escogido; 8a
Poleckas, con el Tanque hay
que ponerle el ojo... Armeno ..
por su anterior es de cuidado;
9aApretador, demostrar su
clase ante sus contrarios.. .Bos-
foro...estn madurando un gol
pe plele el ojo; 10Mosquetn
...por el jinete puede ser que
se pierda...Troplcana...opcin
tiene de sobra; liaBaby Rol..
abran paso que aqu est nues-
tra fija...Tully Saba... conde-
nada al place por la potrilla de
Marcela.
O
En la clase "B" sobre un tiro
de una milla reaparece maana
Royal Coup, ese magnifico ejem
piar del stud Cantagallo, que
tendr que correr pero muy du-
ro para ganarse al Fair Chance
ejemplar ste que corri su l-
tima carrera en brillante for-
ma, siendo sus otros contrarios
Full, Microbio y Newmlnster.
Tropicana Se Presenta
Favorita Para Imponer*
En La Estelar De Manan
^Citation, Eddie Arcar o up.,
RETIRADO. ' El millonario caballo Citation fu retirado de
las pistas por su propietaria, Mrs. Warren Wright, despus de
constituirse en el nico caballo en la historia del turf de los
Estados Unidos que ha llegado a sobrepasar el milln de d-
lares en ganancias. Su entrenador, Jimmy Jones, ha mani-
festado que el caballo podra ganar muchas carreras ms,
pero admiti que Citation no es el mismo potro de tres aos
que se pase gloriosamente por las pistas americanas.
Dragones Jr. vs. Scarlets y Barriada
vs. Granate ios juegos de maana en la
justa menor de bisbol de Santa Rita
con
El equipo de softball San E.a<
,.;c est realizando una exceicn
e campaa, jugar con el con-
junto de la Banda de Cornetos
y Tambores del Cuerpo de Bom-
oeros de Panam, el domingo a
as 2 p.m. en el cuadro de 3an-
a Rita-
Tanto los machis como los
cometeros estn practicando a
iodo tren para presentarse el
omingo en condiciones de lo-
grar una merecida e lndlscull-
ule victoria.
Nadadores de Ohio
ganaron el relevo
mixto de la AAU
DETROIT, Julio 27 (UP) En
las clasificaciones para los e-
ventos mixtos del campeonato
nacional de natacin que aus-
picia la Unin Atltlca Amateur
de los Estados Unidos, ocup el
piimer lugar el tro del Estado
de Ohio, seguido del de la Ui.i-
.ersidad de Michigan y un iiio
cubano.
En las competencias termi-
nada, la campeona del ao pa-
gado Patricia Keller McCormack,
",an los saltos desde la pla'.a-
torma y Bob Clotworlhy en los
..altos de trampoln de tres
metros.
Maana prosigue sus Juegos el
Circuito Menor de la Liga de
Baseball de Santa Rita, con un
doble Juego en el Cuadro de
Barraza comenzando a la 1:00
p.m.
Los juegos sealados son.
Scarlets vs. Dragones Jr. y La
Barriada vs. Joyera Granate.
El Scarlets marcha en el se-
gundo lugar de la Justa con 3
triunfos a su haber y una de-
rrota, y tratar maana de ven-
La "ARD" de Coln
organiza homenaje a
F. "Nene" Herldei
COLON, Julio 27 (LEO)La
Asociacin de redactores depor-
tivos de este sector estn or-
ganizando un homenaje de sim-
pata al conocido paladn del
bisbol nacional, Flix (Nene)
Herldez. Para arreglar los de-
talles de este simptico home-
naje, se nombr una comisin
que est laborando con gran
tesn para que el acto al glo-
rioso diamante negro resulte
brillante, y a la vez un recono-
cimiento a la tesonera labor
desplegada por el infatigable
deportista que lleva sobre sus
hombros la difcil tarea de orga
nizar todos los aos el campeo-
nato provincial de bisbol de
esta Costa.
Esperamos que las dems en-
tidades deportivas se unan y
contribuyan para que resulte
un completo xito este home-
naje que se tiene planeado, con
el fin de testimoniar el agrade-
cimiento de los fanticos y de-
portistas hacia uno de los ms
diligentes y entusiastas directo-
res de bisbol con que cuenta
no slo esta ciudad sino la Re-
pblica de Panam.
cer a los Dragones chicos y des-
tronarlos del invicto, para ello
colocarn en la caja de los pos-
tales a P. Jamberson lanzador
de mucha consistencia.
Los dragoncltos son los favo-
ritos para anexarse el pendn
d la categora menor, marchan-
do invicto con 3 triunfos, su di-
rector nuestro colega Castae-
das Moreno confiar los envos
a su estrella del montculo, M.
(Cheln) Gordon para lograr
mantenerse en la primera po-
sicin.
El segundo Juego qu comien-
za 15 minutos despus de finali-
zado el primero, se presenta un
poco difcil para los represen-
tantes de La Barriada, que des-
tronaron al Scarlets de su invic-
to la semana pasada, tienen co-
mo rivales a los joyeros del
Granate genulna representacin
del Barrio del Maran.
Por La Barriada, lanzar C.
Castillo y H. Prez por el Gra-
nate.
Por RDEME-
LOS ejemplares de la clase 'D"
se enfrentarn en el evento
estelar que se celebrar maana
en el Hipdromo Nacional sobre
una distancia de 1400 metros
y por un premio de B.600.00.
Ocho caballos se encuentran
Inscritos en esta carrera entre
lo que se destaca la veloz yegua
Tropicana, la cual sin lugar a
Tropical y 0. Sosa
juegan hoy en el
torneo de bolos
El Morris debut con una
victoria anoche
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Torneo de Bolos)
G. P. Pje.
Duran .............4 1.000
Entrometidos ........ 3 1 .750
Royal .........N.....S 1 .75t'
Morris .............J 1 .750
Pinocho ............. 1 3 .250
Novatos ...........1 3 .250
Taller Sousa ......... 1 3 .250
Selecta............0 4 .000
ptica Sosa ..........0 0 .000
Tropical ..........0 0 .000
En la continuacin del torneo
de bolos 'Jantzen", anoche los
cigarrillos del Philip Morris
vencieron 3 a I al Pinocho pa-
ra hacer asi un triple empate
en el segundo puesto. Roberto
Samanlego con serle de 507 y
un Juego de 220 fu el mayor
anotador de la noche; G. Grl-
maldo hizo el primer juego de
honor del torneo.
La puntuacin individual fu
la siguiente:
Inician hoy serie
de campeonato el
Angelini y Mauricio
Los equipos Mauricio y Ange-
:.. Inician esta tarde la Serie
nal por el Campeonato del
Circuito Seml-Intermedio del
Baseball Juvenil de Santa Rita.
El Mauricio obtuvo la opor-
tunidad de participar en la e-
tapa final al imponerse antea-
yer al Deportivo Tun po 3
carreras a 1.
El segundo encuentro de la
Justa-tendr lugar el domingo
i n la maana en el cuadro de
Santa Rita, y el tercero si es
necesario se llevar a cabo el
prximo martes.
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno'
PINOCHO
Barba 138 112 157 407
Grimalrio 121 186 187 474
Menasche 146 166 125 437
Brln 123 142 157 422
Acrich 132 161 135 428
660 767 741 2108
MORRIS
Samanlego 139 148 220 507
Maduro 118 118 US 350
Orlllac 145 133 141 419
8oto 118 127 104 409
Caprlles 121 157 104 442
1 641 084 802 2127
Handicap 40 40 40 120
681 724 842 2247
Los equipos ptica Sosa y
Teatro Tropical debutan esta
noche en el Torneo de Bolos,
siendo los dos nicos conjuntos
que faltan por actuar en la Jus-
ta.
dudas ser la gran favorita
la prueba. Adems se prese
tan como ejemplares dignos
tomar en cuenta Mosquei
The Dauber y Fright. Comp
tan el lote Sans Souccl, Cha<
buco, Riding East, Wild Wire
En otro de los eventos este,
res de la funcin hiplca saba
na se enfrentan loa equinos
la clase "F". Competirn a
Own Power, Flambaro, Guar
Uncle James, Gaywood, Mo.
martre, Piragua y Carmela I
He aqui nuestros pronstic
En la primera carrera,
gusta Bfalo. Opex para el
gundo puesto.
En la segunda carrera, T
Dancer es nuestro escogido. F
seca es peligroso.
En la tercera carrera, Duq
puede sorprender. Arqulmed
es de cuidado.
En la cuarta carrera, Sing
pore defender nuestro esco&
do. Miranda puede dar la so
presa.
En la Quinta carrera, U..
James es un robo, Montmar
para el segundo lugar.
En la sexta carrera, Rose _
debe ganar fcilmente. Lac
debe llegar en la segunda c
locacin.
En la sptima carrera, Bal
tllng Cloud es la mejor apuesl
de la tarde. Fanglo es el prir
clpal enemigo.
En la octava carrera, Rin
es nuestro escogido. Polecka
ser de cuidado.
En la novena carrera, Hit
debe imponer. Gran Da par
el segundo puesto.
En la dcima carrera, Tropl
cana y Mosquetn.
En la undcima carrera, Bsl
By Rol se destaca. Tully Sab
es peligrosa.
Partido de baseball
sostendrn S. Blas
combinado maana
Un combinado del Circu ti
Intermedio de la Liga Juvcnl
cic Baseball de Santa Rita tul
dirige >ato Martiz, Jugar mal
nana con el equipo San Binij
compuesto en su totalidad i
Indgenas de dicha comarca.
El partido comenzar a las
y 30 de la maana en el cuadrd
de la Lavandera Ancn, y prol
mete resultar animado e Intel
resante, ya qut ambos conjur.J
tos se presentarn bien acopla!
dos y acondicionados para rtr.J
dir una actuacin que les per-j
mita obtener un ruidoso triunfo
Un argumento moral... Adornado por Boleros, Canciones, Afro
Mambos y Chistes...y los cuadros ms perfectos
de desnudos artsticos!
*tl TROPKO
(BAJO EL CIELO HABANERO)
Pre-Estreno Martes
TEATRO CECILIA
CARRERAS SBADO y DOMINGO
leas I.. "1 tt .jj^ en el *L^_ mm*, t nitfnipi
DUPLETAS
la. y 2a. 6a. v 7a.
CARRERAS
ONE-TWO
3a. v "a.
CARRFRAS
COLON:
Para la comodidad de
nuestra clientela opera-
moa ahora tanto en el
"COPACABANA" como
en el "SAVOY".
Ik ,*jW i-n
QUINIELAS
4a y 8a. CARRERAS
^tdtomo de
tan -riaacQ
PROHIBIDA LA ENTRADA
DE MENORES AL HIPDROMO
EVENTO ESTELAR DEL SBADO
10a. Carrera "D" Importados 7 Fgs.
Premio: B 600.00 Pool Cierra: 5:44) p.m.
/. SANS SOUC1 .............A. Bazn 112
2. CHACABUCO.............M. Hurley 115
3. TROPICANA .'...........B. Aguirre 112
4. MOSQUETN...............A. Soto 118
5. (RIDING EAST..............re. Ycaza 102x
6. (THE DALBER............B. Moreno 108
7. WILD WIRE............J. Rodrigue 114
8. FRIGHT.................J. Phillip 110
EVENTOS PRINCIPALES PARA EL DOMINGO
5a. Carrera "B" Importados 1 Milla
Premio: B/. 750.00 Pool Gerra: 2:55 p.m.
1. FULL....................K. Flores 117
2. (ROYAL COUP............C. Iglesias 122
3. (NEWMINSTER............B. Moreno- 114
4. MICROBIO...............E. Silvera 104
5. FAIR CHANCE....... -------B. Aguirre 110
10a. Carrera "C" Importados 1 Milla
Premio: B/. 650.00 Pool Cierra: 5:40 p.m.
1. (GORSEWOOD.............C. Iglesias 112
2. (MR. FOOT ... ............B. Moreno 110
3. CHER1BER1BIN............B. Pulido 114
4. CURACA >................K. Fleres 116
5. PARAGON...............B. Aguirre 110
6. ALTO ALEGRE...........G. Sanche 112
7. GRIS.....................A. Soto 115


IKKNES. JULIO 27, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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I EL DESAYUNO DEL CAMPEN. Jersey Joe Walcott, nuevo
campen mundial peso pesado, al noquear a Essard Charles,
toma el desayuno en compaa de sus hermanos y hennanaa
lea el Hotel de Pittsburgh. De Izquierda a derecha aparecen
I Joe Cream, Walcott, cuyo nombre verdadero es Arnold Cream.
iDorothy King. Atrs estn Robert Cream. Naomi Holmes
y Ruth Frey.______________
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
COMIT OLMPICO
(Pide a todos los miembros la
pntual asistencia a la reunin
} esta noche a las 7 y 30 en el
Epartamento de Educacin li-
ba, para tratar y acordar a-
ntos de inters general.
[EQUIPO DE SOFTBALL DE
LOS BOMBEROS
El director del equipo de Soft-
>U de la Banda de Cornetas y
unbores del Cuerpo de Bo.n-
fcros de Panam, seor V. H.
squez recuerda a todos los Ju-
kdores el compromiso del prw-
|mo domingo a las 2 p.m- en
Mita Rita, para jugar con el e-
blpo San Blas.
CLUB DEPORTIVO PACIFICO
| Tiene esta noche a las 7 y 46
reunin semanal y solicita
! todos los socios la puntual a-
stencl para acordar varios a-
lintos de inters general.
SOFTBALL FUERTE 15
La Liga de Softball del Fuer-
t 15 tiene esta noche a las 7 y
una reunin extraordinaria
la residencia de "Cascara"
tnlnght para tratar y acordar
Isuntos de gran Importancia.
|or lo que se pide puntual asu-
nela a los interesados.
Los Indios derrotaron a los
Yanquis por 9carreras a 4
Servicio de I Prensa Unida
Despus de perder trece de-
safos consecutivos en 1 Yan-
kee Stadulm los Indios derro-
taron por e a 4 a los Yanquis
dejndolos con solo dos puntos
de ventaja en el primer lugar
de la Liga. Despus de sencillos
de Ray. Boon*, Jim Hegan, y
Bobby Avila, mes errores de
Phil Riaxuto y Oery Coleman
dieron una ventaja Inicial de
cuatro carreras a los Indios.
Mioso todava
encabeza el bate
de la Americana
NUEVA YORK, Julio 27 (UP)
Orestes Mifioso, Jardinero, de
los Medias Blancas retiene el
primer lugar entre los bateado-
res de la Liga Americana con
un average de .345 al conectar
tres hits en cinco veces al bale
en el partido que los Medias
Blancas ganaron a los Medias
Rojas por A a 2.
En carreras anotadas para
ambas liga* Mioso-s encuen-
tra en el segunda lugar con 77.
Gil Hodges esta primero con 81.
Clyde Vollmer con tres Jod-
rones empuj seis carreras.gue
resultaron decisivas en-el triun-
fo por 13" a Iff de los Medias
Rojas sobra.los Medias Blan-
cas. Eddie Robinson de, los Me-
dias Blancas empuj cinco ca-
rreras .con un sencillo y un
jonrn. Al Zarilla dio cuatro
hits y el.cubano Orestes Mio-
so afianzo su posicin como l-
der al bate en la Liga America-
na al dar dos sencillos en cua-
tro veces si bate. El venezolano
Alfonso Carrasquel en cuatro
PRONSTICOS
Por ONE-TWO-RJD
1PREGONERO Bfalo
2HERCULES Rio Mar
3ARQUIMEDEfl Stella
4CAAVERAL Eclipse
5U. JAMES (e) Carmela II
8ROSE HIP Levadura
7FANOIO Nehulnco
8ARMENO Rlnty
9HIT Apretador
10TROPICANA Mosquetn
11BABY RO Tlly Saba
SELECT-A-SCHEME
veces al bate no logr nada y
al campo tuvo uno de sus dias
menos laboriosos con solo dos
asistencias. .
[In argumento moral... Adornado por Boleros, Canciones, Afros,
Mambos y Chistes...y los cuadros ms perfectos-
de desnudos artsticos!
NUDISMO
** TRPICO
(BAJO EL CIELO HABANERO)
Pre-Estreno Martes
TEATRO CECILIA
Aprobada slo para
mayores de 18 anos!
Atletas sirios no
aceptan Invitacin
de los comunistas
-
DAMASCO, Siria, Julio 27
(USIS)El Club Deportivo Ju-
ventud de Siria ha decidido re-
chazar una Invitacin de los
comunistas para asistir al Fes-
tival de la Juventud Comunista
Sovitica,en Berln en Agosto,
despus de haber recibido Ins-
trucciones de~ aprenderse de
memoria canciones y lemas que
debian entonar durante los des-
files de ese festival.
El Club, denominado Nad Al
Flteyan AlRladl, est Integrado
por muchos de los mas desta-
cados atletas del Medio Este.
Con la invitacin para parti-
cipar en el festival de Berln,
el club sirio recibi instruccio-
nes en el sentido de que sus
atletas deban aprenderse can-
clones y lemas como stos:
"Saludo fraternal a la gloriosa
Unin Sovitica" "Viva Stalln,
campen de la paz mundial";
A los atletas sirios se les dllo
que dedicaran dos das a apren
derse da memoria varios lemas
de propaganda y canciones, an-
tes de salir hada Berlin. Los
atletas sirios contestaron sin
demora que elfos no se presta-
ban .a ser instrumentos de los
planes comunistas y que evl-
dentefnante estos ltimos esta-
ban mas. interesados en. explo-
tarlos politicamente que en
aceptar eso por su habilidad y
destreza atltlca.
Todo arreglado para
la exhibicin de lacha
el Domingo en Romar
La Asociacin de Luchadores
de Panam tiene prcticamen-
te arreglados todos los detalles
para el paseo y exhibiciones que
presentar el -~D o m 1 n % o en
Riomar. -
Un crecido nmero de atletas
aficionados viajar a dicho
balneario, y la Asociacin ten-
dr' esta noche una reunin n
1 Coliseo de Lucha para ulti-
mar los arreglos Adems la A-
soclacin agradece el generoso
gesto de la Casa Homsany al
donar artculos para prctica e
dicho deporte.
Los Tigres anotaron tres ve-
ces en la octava entrada para
derrotar a los Senadores por 8
a 8. Bob Cain il tres bases se-
guidas y los Senadores anota-
ron sus carreras por dos outs
que dejaron adelantar a los co-
rredores y un sencillo de Sam
Mel. Despus los Tigres logra-
ron empatar a tres carreras
al llegar al octavo Johnny Li-
pn recibi pase, Bob Swift dio
sencillo, Dlzzy Trcut se sacrifi-
c y Neil Berry dl doble que
produjo la margen en la victo-
ria.
Venciendo por 9 carreras a 1
los Dodgers derrotaron por ter-
cera ves consecutiva a los Ca-
chorros para dar a Don New-
combe su dcima victoria. .Has-
ta la sptima entrada el desa-
fio se mantuvo parejo. En ste
Roy Campanella dio doble y
fue out en tercera al batear
Don Thompson. Billy Cox puso
a Thompson en la tercera con
sencillo y Newcombe dl un do-
ble. Pase a Cari FurlUo llen las
bases. Con un fly de Pee Wee
Reese anot Cox y por sencillo
de Duke Snider entr New-
combe.
Liceo vs Profesional y Artes vs Instituto
Los Juegos De Maana En El Volibol Colegial

no hace
competencias
velocidad con
.An cuando se debilit a l-
tima hora Vern Blckford logr
su undcima victoria al vencer
los Bravos a los Rojos por 8 a
2. Los Bravos anotaron en el
segundo episodio por jonrn de
Bob Elliott.
Omelio Agramonte
pelear contra Bob
Baker nuevamente
NUEVA YORK, Julio 27 (UP)
Fernando Balido manager del
peso pesado cubano Omelio
Agramonte anunci haber fir-
mado un pelea de desquite con-
tra Bob Baker en Pittsburgh
el 6 de Agosto.
Recientemente en una pelea
que Agramonte Iba ganando
sufri una herida sobre el ojo
que hizo que se suspendiera el
encuentro adjudicndole el
triunfo por nocaut tcnico a
Baker.' /
Surex y Taller Sousa
obtuvieron ruidosas
victorias anoche
En un emocionante partido
venci anoche al Surex al p-
tica Sosa por score de 88 a 48,
en el primer Juego que brind
el torneo de basketball de la
Liga de Catedral en el Gimna-
sio del Mar a on, mientras que
en el segundo encuentro el Ta-
ller Sousa acab con el invicto
del Mauricio, al derrotarlo, des-
pus de haber ganado todos
los tiempos poi 42 a 31.
Diez veces se mantuvo empa-
tado el primer encuentro donde
ei Surex demostr que tiene to-
do un seor equipo para la l-
tima parte del torneo. El pti-
ca Sosa, que gan la primera
vuelta, present fuerte batalla,
pero cedi en los ltimos minu-
tos, aprovechando el Surex pa-
ra hacer suya la victoria.
En el ltimo juego, el Taller
Sousa se hizo del comando des-
de el inicio del Juego y se man-
tuvo asi hasta el final.
Los mayores anotadores del
primer Juego fueron Ramn
Garca con 12 y Toftlto de Ja-
nn con 17 por el Mauricio, Pi-
ln Zubieta con 13 y Rafa Ale-
mn del Sosa con 10. En el se-
gundo partido se distinguieron
Baby Alemn con 12 y Baby
Melndez con 8 del equipo del
"Cholo" Sousa, y Kouranl y Vi-
Uto de la Rosa del Mauricio
con 9 y 7 respectivamente.
Ambos partidos
prometen resultar
reidos y movidos
Las competencias del Volley-
ball lntercoleglal continuaran
maana con dos partidos, en lu-
gar de los cuatro anunciados, y
medirn fuerzas:
Uceo vs. Profesional
femenino
Artes vs. Instituto Nacional
masculino
El primer encuentro est a-
nunciado para comenzar a las
8 y 18 am. en el Gimnasio Na-
cional.
Los otros dos Juegos entre IPA
vs. Instituto del glrcuito feme-
nino y Profesional vs. IPA del
circuito masculino se aplazaron
para el final, debido a un per-
miso que se le concedi al I?A,
con motivo de ciertos compro-
misos contraidos.
En los juegos de maana se
medirn rivales conocidos y am
bos cotejos prometen resultar
teidos.
Mauricio y Calle 15
chocan mna. en la
justa de softball
La Justa de Softball del Fuer-
te 13 continuar maana con el
partido entra los equipos Mau-
ricio y Calle 18 a las 4 y 30 de
la tarde en el cuadro situado en
Barraza al final de calle 13
Oeste.
El Mauricio defender su hi-
v-icto y el Deportivo Calle 15 lu-
char para entrar en la Coiitn-
na de Ganadores, pronosticn-
dose un Interesante cotejo.
Los Juegos del domingo cia-
rn a cargo de los conjuntos
fclvla Nftez vs. Mauricio y Cjr-
veceria vs. Calle 15-
Cuatro equipos se estn dis-
putando este torneo y en I03
juegos de apertura el Mauricio
le gan a la Cervecera y el De-
portivo El va se impuso al Calle
15.
BOLICHE
Por CHUICA
Con todo xito se est llevan-
do a cabo el torneo de boliche
auspiciado por Jantzen en el
tue -estn tomando parte gran
cantidad de novatos. Todas las
noches se ve una gran concu-
rrencia en las canchas del Club
Martlnz, lo que nos indica que va
ei deporte de Boliche est te-
niendo aficin en Panam. Es-
tamos seguros que cuando Boli-
che S. A. abra sus canchas ve-
remos muchas caras nuevas
practicando este deporte-
Hemos sido informado que to-
do jugador que en el torno
"Jantzen" le quede un "split' y
io logre hacer se le regalar un
paquetlto de Flan Royal. Ano-
che los narizones lograron na-
cer 7 splits.
El Presidente de la Comisin
Nacional de Boliche, seor Rene
Estripeaut, nos informa que no
es por culpa de l que la Comi-
sin no se rene ya que l ha
hecho varios llamados por me-
dio del Secretarlo de la Comi-
sin, pero que ha sido lmposl-
oie completar el, quorum. Pone-
mos a las rdenes de la Comi-
sin Nacional de Boliche ota
columna para hacer un nuevo
llamado a todos los comisiona-
dos a una prxima sesin y de
no poder completar el quorum
mencionaremos los nombres de
los que no han asistido, para
asi solicitarle que renuncien pa-
ra que la Comisin pueda tra-
bajar.
Su Cereal
se Vuelve Manjar de Angele;
m
Verdadera Crema de Leche
BUENA
El luchador se impuso al boxeador en
el satisfactorio programa de anoche
Por Darklns
Reidas y movidas resultaron
las peleas que se ofrecieron a-
noche en el Gimnasio Nacional
por la Comisin de este de-
E
ras para, escoger el equino
que asistir a los Juegos Boli-
varlanos en el mes de diciem-
bre en Venezuela.
po
No ir a los
E. U. equipo de
polo argentino
NUEVA YORK, Julio 27 (UP)
El equipo de Polo Argentino
"Venado Tuerto" ha Informado
oficialmente a la Asociacin de
Polo de los Estados Unidos que
no participar en el torneo pa-
ra la Copa de las Americas que
se celebrar en Septiembre
prximo.
El "Venado Tuerto" gan la
Copa en el ltimo torneo y los
equipos de los Estados Unidos
y Mxico esperaban la oportu-
nidad de tratar de arrebatr-
selo.
En la mejor pelea del progra-
ma Horacio Ottla volvi a ta-
erse por decisin de tres
ueces a Luis Rodrguez.
En otra reida pelea, Beau
Jack II con un peso de 110 li-
bras, le gan la decisin a Ro-
berto Diaz. De continuar Beau
Jack II en este peso tendr que
abandonar el campeonato de
Peso Papel (105 libras) que
ostenta, e invadir la categora
de los moscas (112 libras).
Luis Samuels, la ltima re-
velacin del peso welter, demos-
tr sus grandes capacidades al
apuntarse la segunda victoria
Sior nocaut en el segundo asal-
o, derrotando a Manuel Pa-
dilla.
Daniel Brathwalte, otro nova-
to que promete llegar alto en
esta actividad, obtuvo tambin
su segundo triunfo consecutivo
por nocaut, al derrotar a Ovidio
Caballero en el 2o. round.
En la otra pelea Manuel Por-
tillo venci e Luis Qulsgard por
decisin de tres jueces.
En uno de los encuentros de
atraccin, el luchador Carlos
Barra se Impuso al boxeador
Vicente Ruiz al Inhabilitarlo en
el segundo asalto, resultando
mmurn
con Vita lis
silbada y protestada la decisin;
el pgil se amold al estilo dt
su rival, y se dedic ms bles
a luchar que a boxear.
Buena concurrencia presencia
el programa que result satis-
factorlo.
Donaron premios anoche, tan
to a los pgUes como al p
bllco, la Joyera Hawaii, la Ca
sa del Pantaln, El Empalme,
Almacn y Sastrera Elegant, .
Destilera Nacional, Radio Atlas
y Confecciones El Arte.
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verdadera crema de lecho ; ; ;
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racin antes de destaparse. Corrf-
prese ana botella hoy . S y
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y al caf.
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para la salud y belleza de los
dientes. Las encas delicadas y
sangrantes invitan la piorrea,
temible infeccin que 4 de cada
5 suelen contraer.
Para protegerse de la piorrea
y sus estragos: la prdida de los
dientes y el esponjamiento de
las encas, visite al dentista con
regularidad y use a diario For-
han's para las encas. K\ nico
dentfrico que cumple un."do-
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tes y tonificar las encas. El ni-
co que contiene el maravilloso
astringente antipiorrico del
Dr. R. J. Forhan.
Segn pruebas clnicas re-
cientes 95% de los casos ame-
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despus de solo 30 dias de usar
Forhan's dos veces al da No
espere Ud. a que sus encas co-
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Msica para el desayuno
Sabores de mi tierra
Noticiero RPA
Su meloda predilecta
Fiesta en Manhattan
La discoteca Internacional-
Hablan los astros
con Antinea
Cantares de Mxico
Clasificados del aire
Dedicatorias
Noticiero RPA
El Mundo del Vals
Mambolandia
Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
Serenata espaola
Noticiero "La Hora"
Acusan de comunista
a un Consejero del
Gobierno colombiano
WASHINGTON, Julio 27 (UP)
El nombre de Lauchlln Cu-
rrle, Consejero norteamericano
del Gobierno de Colombia, fu
mencionado en la investigacin
gue realiza el aubcomlt de Se-
guridad Interna del Senado o-
bre el Instituto del Pacifico y
las fuerzas subversivas* que po-
12:30 Intermedio lopular
12:6U La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
Loe. Eduardo Molino
1:00 Estampas mexicanas
1:15 Carrera
1:30 Aires colombiano!
1:45 Carrera.
2:00 Cancionero de la tarde
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera.
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H O Y
|^Q a las 8 p.m.
5a. ELIMINACIN'
DEL ORAN CONCURSO DE
MAMBO y BOIEROS
Amenizado por: ARMANDO BOZA y su Orq.
ARTISTAS INVITADOS
"CHIBO-LI N"
Cmico Mexicano
JOHNNY y WALLY
Reyes del Tap
VIOLETA AMORES
Cantante
Animador: OLINDO GARAGNA
En la Pantalla: UN SOBERBIO DOBI.E PROGRAMA!
PREMIOS POR EL ALMACN
'PUERTO LIBRE"
(Calle 13 Este)
El Palacio de
Telas MAMBOl

orlan "haber Influido" en la po-
ltica de Estados Unidos eu el
Extremo Oriente.
El nombre de Currie fu men
donado en relacin con los to-
luenos que se dijo habla hecno
el millonario Frederick Vanuer-
bilt Field para Ingresar en el
Servicio de Inteligencia dei K-
jrclto de/ Estados Unidos.
Edward Carter, Sindico ael
Instituto del Pacifico, dcciar
que Vanderbilt Field, el millo-
nario que ha apoyado econmi-
camente las actividades comu-
nistas, trat de Ingresar en el
Servicio de Inteligencia y que
l habla escrito a "alguien en
Washington" pero que las os-
tiones no dieron resultado.
El Senador Demcrata James
Eastland present copia de una
carta escrita por Vanderbilt
Field a Carter en la que aquel
ecia que "creo que Owen esta
tratando sto el Ingreso en el
Servicio de Inteligencia) con
TEATRO
PRESIDENTE
con i tea MH. .......
Currie". .
Carter dijo que Vandert/it
Field se referia a Owen Lattl-
more, perito en cuestiones de!
Extremo Oriente y a LaucKln
Currie, quien fuera asesor con-
fidencial del fallecido Presiden-
te Roosevelt y actualmente ase-
sor del Gobierno de Colombio.
La exagente comunista Eliza-
beth Bently acus en una oc t-
ln a Currie ante la Comisin
ael Senado de haber ildo una
de las fuentes de Informacin
de la red d espionaje comu-
nista-
HOY
UN ESTRENO
SENSACIONAL!
Por su argumento .
sus canciones
Por
en la voz de
FERNANDO FERNANDEZ
POR LA SENSUALIDAD DE
LOS BAILES DE
MECHE BARBA
en
Una Comedia Musical como
pocas veces se puede ver...
Es alegre... Pcara
ic en su dilogo sin
pecar de atrevido!
Pero Qu Deliciosa Es!...
FERNANDO SOLER
ROSITA QUINTANA
SARA GARCIA
AMOR VENDIDO
con
FREDDY FERNANDEZ
(EL PICHlf
TOA LA NEGRA

MI QUERIDO
>
CAPITN
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Hf\ v3:15 5:^ 7:M
V I 8:55 p.m.
La obra ms completa en
emociones humanas que
haya prestigiado el Sptimo
Arte!...
TRES HISTORIAS
Y cada una de ellas, una
pequea Joya!
STIRA .... en
"EL SACRISTAN"
INTRIGA... en
"EL SABELOTODO"
ROMANCE . en
"SANATORIO"
Un Film
Excepcional!
"TRES
NOVELAS
de la VIDA"
(TRIO)
con JEAN SIMMONS
ANNE qRAWFORD
NIGEL PATRICK
ROLAND CULVER

"Lin tern i para grandes y
para nios...
Vala Lid. y lleve a los
suyos!...
RECOMINDELA!

LUX
Aire- Acondicionado
SIGUE HOY!
2:50, 4:35. 6:45. 9:00
La
comedia ms famosa con
la Actriz del Ao!
"NACIDA AYER"
(Born Yesterday)
#
' JUDY HOLIDAY,
Ganadora del Premio de
la Academia,
BRODERICK CRAWFORD
WILLIAM KOI 1)1 \
Maana, II p.m.
Funcin de Medianoche
Uno de los cinco mejores
dramas del ao!
Formidable creacin de
JOAN CRAWFORD!
a 4fe*rttkcr^
ni
DOS NICAS PRESENTACIONES
ESTADIO NACIONAL SBADO 28 8:00 P.M. ARENA DE COLON DOMINGO 29 4:00 P.M.
El Rodeo Mexicano
EL ESPECTCULO MAS EMOCIONANTE QUE NOS VISITA POR PRIMERA VEZ
1
ENTRADA
GENERAL
B.1.00
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de
Preferencia
Numeradas
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El "Aviso Oportuno"
Es Barato v Efectivo
Para conservarse fresca y elegante durante el da
Emplee la Colonia Lotus para el cutio y el cabello,
en el bao y en la ropa. Emplee la a menudo y
la conservara fresca durante todo el da,
rodendola de una aureola de delicada fragancia.
YARD LE y [oi (oioyne
(Colonia Lotus)
Har otras Colonial Yardlrr, incluytndo una con il
' Jelicado ptr/umt Bond Sw*'.
YARDI.BY 3 OLD BOND STREET LONDRES
mm
TEATROS
PRESENTAN
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CENTRAL
Tanda: 1:05, 2:30. 4:37. 1:44, t:51
Victor Matura Tarry Moora
William Bendlx. en
"CASA DE JUEGO"
Accin al rojo vivo I
- Adems: -
"RICO FESTN"
Nuevo Cartn de Disney I
TEATRO LUX
La mejor artista del ao en
el rol que le dio el titulo:
"NACIDA AYER
_ >wBaw
IcS BORN
ifeYESTERMr
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HOLlTdAY HOLOE GlApTlD
mmii m*a -lainlia*
Sllra, Intriga y Romanea hbil-
mente combinados en
una pelcula excep-
mal!...
Jeaa Slnmona
Anna Crawford
Jame* Hayter
TRES NOVELAS
DE LA VIDA"
(Trio)
TEATRO CECILIA
ALEGRE Y DIVERTIDO DOBLE I
Judy GARLAND Gene KELLY, en
"EL VALLE ALEGRE"
Adems:
Van Johnson Kathry Grayson, an
"A CASARSE TOCAN"
VARIEDADES
Amor y Sacrificio!... Bailes y
Canciones!...
FERNANDO FERNANDEZ
MECHE BARBA, en
W.*?*'
AMOR VENDIDO'
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionada
. A LAS 1:00 P. M.
ORAN CONCURO
DE MAMBO
- Adem: -
Barry Barnes, en
"Bailando Con La Muerte"
y"AVENTURA"
TEATRO TIVOLI
BANCO B 100.00 BANCO
A las 5:00 y 0:00 p.m.
Lizabeth Scott. en
"DOS MUJERES" y
"SIGEME EN SILENCIO"
____TEATRO IRIS
Roberto Cafiedo Rita
Hontanar, en
"NEGRO ES MI COLOR"
Elsa Agulrre. en
XOS VIEJOS 8QMOS ASI"
HISPANO
"ESPOSAS INFANTILES"
- y -
"CITA CON LA MUERTE"
Entrada General 015
TROPICAL
~^
DIANA LYNN CHARLES
COBURN. aa
"Solrenta y Casada"
Vida Estudiantil y Alegre 1 _
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
La mas grandiosa pelcula
de toros!...
Gilbert Roland Robert Stack
Katy Jurado, an
"TARDE DE TOROS"
John Carrol, en
"NGEL SIN ALMA"
ff ATRO EDISON
"El Monstruo Invisible"
Capts. 1. 1 y S Adamas:
"El Rebao de la Muerte"
"LOS INCENDIARIOS"
TEATRO VICTORIA
Tin Tan Amalla Aguilar, an
"AY QUE BONITAS
PIERNAS"
y Mara Flix, an
"La Dio Arrodillada"
VISTE RMOSA
John Payne, en
"CERCO DE FUEGO"
- y -
"La Pandilla de Hitler"
PAC F ICO
AL FILO DE LA
VIDA"
- y -
-El. PRINCIPE DI
LA SELVA"
IDEAL
"MARTI INVAD LA
TIERRA"
14-15 Adames-
-BJ Rara) Asteas" y
"Ceras*. 4a Virginia"
APOLO
I "IN LOS ALTOS DI
JALISCO"
- 7
| "MI PERSIGUE
UNA MUJER"
ACIVCI T NOCHE DE BANCO! "EL DIABLO DORADO"
U U 3 C V C L I j "LA VICTORIA DI LASSIE"