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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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AN INDEPEN1)E^^JH^CDAILT NEWSPAPER
Panama American

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Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
TWENTY -SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1951
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FIVE CENTS
Allies Turn Down Red Demand
For Buffer Zone Along 38i
RP Hits Hard At Contraband
Ships With New Decree Law
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BOSTON WELCOMES MacARTHUR Part of an estimated
crowd of two million people watches the motorcade get under-
way In downtown Boston as Gen. Douglas MacArthur arrived
to start a two-day tour of Massachusetts and deliver his first
major speech since the r*ce overtures began In Korea.
A formal decree-law forbidding ships flying the Pan-
ama flag from transporting contraband to Red China and
North Korea has been approved by President Alcibiades
Arosemena and his cabinet, it was officially announced
today.
Signature of the decree in its final form already
approved is expected on Monday.
The decree directs Panamanian consuls and consular
representatives throughout the world to cancel the regis-
tries of any ships refusing to comply with the order pro-
hibiting transport of contraband to the Chinese Reds and
North Koreans.
The hew document formalizes action taken by Pan-
ama several weeks ago when she issued a similar admin-
istrative order.
The step was taken after Panam and some 46 other
maritime nations agreed at the United Nations on May 18
to prevent vessels flying their flags from carrying contra-
band as described and identified by the UN.
Since then at least four Panam-ships have been stop-
ped in Far Eastern ports, by consular action.
Panama Lauded
On Ships Policy
Infantry Fighting
Gets Brisker
All Across Korea
------o-------
PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 28 (UP) United Nations
negotiators today rejected Communist demands for a
truce line along the 38th parallel.
The 12th ceasefire meeting at Kaesong thereupon
ended in deadlock. .
The United Nations" insists that the proposed buffer
zone be based on the present frontline positions, vmit for
the sake of holding on to "excess real estate" but because
this line offers the best defenses against future aggression.
The Red demand for a 38th parallel truce fine would
force the United Nations troops to abandon fro
miles of defensible territory above the pan
$10,000,000 Narcotics
Ring Broken Up By Feds
lliiu AND BORED -- Handcuffed to a bedpost, Milton Samlof,
28, sits nude on the roof of his home In Troy, N. Y. He told
police his parents had kept him chained to the bed for six
days until he broke loose and smashed doors and windows
and ran to the roof. The parents said their son was mentally
111, and police transferred him to a sanitarium.
'****.
NEW YORK, July 28 (UP)
Federal agents today broke a
$10,000,000 yearly Illegal narco-
tics and counterfeit ring with the
arrest of seven men allegedly
linked with deported "Lucky" Lu-
ciano and the Sicilian Mafia.
Narcotics agents said 11 other
members of the ring are expected
to be picked up later today.
rive of those already arrested
today are held on $50.000 ball on
charges of smuggling narcotics
Into the United States. Two oth-
ers are held on $100,030 ball on
smuggling charges and addition-
al charges of possessing counter-
feit money.
All those arrested had criminal
records. Several were said to be
members of the Mafia.
The narcotic which the ring
has smuggled Into the United
States would run Into "millions
and millions of dollars on the re-
tall market" according to Eugene
Roth, chief of the criminal divi-
sion of the United States Attor-
ney's office.
Roth said the ring was con-
cerned mainly with bringing he-
roin into the United States from
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IN GOOD SHAPE President Vincent Auriol (right) of
Franct shakes hands with Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower after
the ceremony in which Auriol officially handed over the
Marly, France, site of the Supreme Headquarters Allied
Powers in Europe (SHAPE.)


local Rate Schools
Open Aug. 6; New
Tuitions Listed
France and Italy, with the aid of
seamen.
Roth added: "The Italian sup-
ply is believed to be controlled by
Lucky Luciano.
"Luciano was deported from
the United Stales to Italy after
his sentence on white slavery
charges was commuted by Gov.
Thomas E. Dewey of New York on
the grounds that he helped the
United States Government dur-
ing World War II.
"The Senate Crime Investigat-
ing Committee has blamed Luci-
ano for much of the narcotics
traffic into the United States.
"The Federal Narcotics Bureau
has been investigating this ring
for two years.
Agents recently discovered the
ring was distributing counterfeit
money."
Meanwhile in Rome Italian po-
lice Investigated reports that Lu-
ciano was back In businessbut
this time In "hot" Jewelry.
Reports from Caracas, said
Venezuelan customs officials
there recently uncovered a ship-
ment of 16 pounds of diamonds
and pearls which had been smug-
gled by plane from Italy.
Italian police say however that
the package, which was address-
ed to a general delivery box, con-
tained 22 pounds of diamonds,
vast buildup area.
Bombers, fighters and war-
ships kept up the air and sea
bombardment of North Korea
as the ground forces slugged in-
to the Red lines.
The limited f.nlted Nations
offensive was driving up north-
east of Yanggu.
A Red battalion dug in on a
mountain top
TAIPEI, Formosa, (UP) July
28 Nationalist China today ex-
pressed Its gratification at the
Panamanian decision to cancel
the registration of all ships run-
ning the blockade to Communist
China ports.
In an editorial entitled "Hats
Off to Panam," influential
China news praised the Pana-
ann7tV!7heaTTnneo\emntntnslmountaln toP fouht A111*d
oftheTre^ but h
Inching up the mountain In
the face of heavy fire the
United Nations forces dug In for
the night, then drove ahead
again today.
Communist patrols launched
several light attacks along the
central and eastern fronts.
In the west, above the cease-
fire city of Kaesong, Red for-
ces were quick to meet all prob-
ing United Nations patrols.
These clashes, even thoguh
light, proved that the Reds were
lined up close to the United
Nations positions all along the
front.
8TH ARMY HQ., Korea, July
28 (UP)United Nations troops
today smashed Into Communist
mountain defenses on the east
central front in Korea for the
second day.
They were fighting to win key back to a line which means nothing milit
heights to protect the Reds'
26 to 35
and pull
suit.
Meanwhile Nationalist Naval
sources said the Panamanian
ship Taluel had lost her cargo to
pirates who were later driven
away by Nationalist warships.
They said that as soon as the
Nationalists heard the Taluel
had been detained by pirates,
they rushed warships to her
rescue.
After having ascertained the
loss of cargo aboard the Taluel,
the Nationalist warships sailed
away.
Woman Still Living
Day After Believed
Fer-De-Lance Bile
Maria Anglica Srate, who was
bitten yesterday by a snake, be-
lievedly a deadly fer-de-lance,
was still in very serious condition
at noon today, according to the
Gorgas Hospital authorities.
The 34-year-old Panamanian
was working on a farm near Chi-
va Chiva trail when she was bit-
ten by a long brown snake.
She was discovered by a Pedro
Miguel policeman who brought
her to the dispensary for emer-
gency treatment and transfer to
Gorgas.
The fer-de-lance Is one of the
largest snakes round on the Isth-
mu, and of the hemotoxlc class. I
There is a new, extremely ef-
fective method of treatment be-
ing used at Gorgas now for snake-
bite victims.
At the same time the with- { cover a wide coastal area to stop
drawal of United Nations troops, naval shelling and blockade,
now well north of the parallel on Both morning and afterpoon
the central and eastern fronts,. sessions today were conducted
would have large political lm- in an atmosphere of cool mill
plications. tary formality. 3V
The South Korean Govern- I ------------'.'!*'
ment has protested officially
against using the 38th parallel
as a truce line.
The hot and cold attitude of
the citizens of Kaesong towards
Uilted Nations personnel and
correspondents switched to cold
again today.
Adults Ignored greetings and
waves and children, stayed away
though yesterday they had clus- ,
tered round the United Nations ] *he Truman Adntfrlstratlon plan
Marshall's Figure
Of 400,000 Troops
Stirs Speculation
WASHINGTON, luly 28. (UP)
Observers speculated today that
group for candy.
The next meeting is set for 11
a.m. tomorrow.
At today's meeting the Reds
at one point raised the question
of the United Nations air and
sea bombardment of North Ko-
rea.
This may have been on con-
nection with a demand that the
buffer zone arrangement also
S. C Claims Moonshine Lead;
Taxman Claims $ 500,000
COLUMBIA. S.C.. July 28, (UP)
The head of the Federal Alco-
hol Tax Unit in South Carolina
said today bootleggers in the
state defrauded the state and
national governments of about
$14,000,000 In taxes last year.
Lewis West, investigator In
charge of the South Carolina
unit, said the state ranks fourth
In the number 0/ illicit liquor
stills destroyed by Federal agents
last year.
to ask Congress for 200.000 mor
United States troops to supple*
ment the six divisions already
scheduled for service In General
Dwight D. Elsenhower's Atlantlo
Pact army.
Defense Secretary George C.
Marshall told the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee yesterdav
that about 400,000 United State
troops would be in Europe by th
end of 19S2.
This was 20X1.000 more than had
been mentioned previously.
However a high Defense De-
partment expert later said that
the United States government
does not plan to send mpre than
the already announced six com-
bat divisions.
In this case the figure'quoted
mash. 12,000 gallons of liquor and by Marshall may have been a slip
188 automobiles. A total of 765 I of the tongue.
arrests were made. ------*-------
West said 8tate and County of-
ficers probably seized a like num-
ber of stills In Independent raids.
Ouch!!
The tour agent rushed up to
the tourists at the luncheon ta-
ble.
"If you hurry up, you've Just
pearls, emeralds, rubies and oth- j0 .VedUt "* *" ""
er precious stones, valued all told "": ,"!,",nnri
[FIXING FIXERS Anthony English (face covered) and his
T>rofher, Nicholas, are booked at a New York police station
Dn charges growi"* out of the latest phase of the basket-
fixing scandal. Thev were Implicated in the Bradley
University game-fixing case.
The schools !n local rate com-
munities will open August 6. New
students in the elementary
schools enrolled Monday, Tues-
day and Wednesday this week.
Those who attended Canal Zone
schools last year will not report
until the opening day of school.
Tuition rates for the colored
schools provide that residents of
the Canal Zone will pay no tui-
tion for attendance in kinder-
garten through grade 12. Tuition
for Canal Zone residents attend-
ing the La Boca Junior College
will be $25 per semester.
Tuition rates for students who
do not live In the Canal Zone
have been changed this year and
the new regulations provide thati Mt'Jg
all non-resident students will pay *
te fu'l tuition rates for non-
residents, with one exception.
The new tuition rates for non-
resident students are: $9 per
month for students in kindergar-
ten through grade eight; $17.50
per month for those in grades
nine through 12; and $187.50 per
semester for the La Boca Junior
College.
The one exception to the gen-
eral rule that non-residents will
pay full non-resident tuition
rates affects only those children
who were enrolled in Canal Zone
schools on Juna 1. 1951. and who
were paying reduced tuition rates]
at that time because their par-
ents were united 8tates Govern-
ment employes or were retired
employes of the Canal organiza-
tion. ,
at $150,000.
Luciano's former lieutenant,
Llguori. who was deported with
Luciano, said in Rome today that
it was "a crock of baloney" that
either he or Lucky were back in
business.
Luciano, now 54 and greying,
accepts the constant questioning
of the Italian police with resig-
nationhe has no choice.
To the newsmen who kept call-
ing him for his reaction to the
latest" charges he delivered
earthy, Anglo-Saxon comments.
One lady tourist asked, "What
locks?"
"Why, the Panam Canal
locks," he replied. "Everyone that
comes to Panam wants to see
the locks."
"Not me," she said. "It's a lot o'
nonsense, locks on the Panam:
Canel. What are they afraid of
Do thev think someone will stea'
the Canal?"
South Carolina Is outranked by
Georgia, North Carolina and Ala-
bama In that order.
"Since our population Is small-
er. I believe it is accurate to say
that we seize more stills per cap-
ita than in any other state," West
said.
He estimated that 1.000,000 gal-
lons of moonshine liquor were
sold in the state last year. At $9
per gallon U.S. tax and $5 State
tax. he said the loss to both gov-
ernments In *>x evasion was a-
bout $14,000,000.
"The public is not aware of the
extent of moonshine liquor vio-
lations in the Southern states."
he said. "The moonshiner stays
in business because of high whis-
ky taxes and too few officers to
jnforce, the laws."
He said 1.145 stills were seized
>v federal agents In South Caro-
ina last year. In addition, of ti-
ers seized 365.000 gallons of
ATLANTA, July 28 (UPiThe
Government filed income tax
Hens totaling almost $500.000 to-
day against John Horace Bowen,
once described as "Georgia's un-
disputed liquor czar" and his
wife.
Bowen heads Concessions, Inc.,
which bought tax stamps for
gaming machines at Lookout
Mountain Hotel in Dade County,
Ga.. overlooking Chattanooga,
Tenn.
Marion H. Allen, collector of
Internal revenue for the District
of Georgia, said the liens were
filed to obtain back taxes from
Bowen and his wife, Virginia
Price Bowen.
Allen said the couple owes a,
total of $466.233 in taxes for the 1
yep-. 1943, '44, and '45.
I) der usual procedure, pro-
per, y and holdings of Bowen
and his wife would be seized and
auctioned off to satisfy the tax
claims unless ;hey paid cash.
In Glynn County, Bowen,, has
a large home and a yach
Naval Units Here
To Be Consolidated
A consolidation of the U.S. Na-
val Ammunition Depot, Balboa,
the U.S. Naval Supplv Facility,
Rodman and the U.S. Naval Sup-
ply, Rodman, will be ffected
Aug. l, the Commandant of th
15th Naval District announced
today.
Under the new reorganization,
all the Naval activities will b
under the heading of the U. S.
Naval Station at Rodman. Th
present naval work load will b
carried on in a more unified
manner by this consolidation.
There will be no rtdncflAn In
civilian personnel as^ifijmlt of
the coordination of tHKJuc1-
lles- _______WO
Harriman Tries 'LSdav
To Swav UK Cbuie<
LONDON, July 28 (UPV Th
British Cabinet convened a spe-
cial meeting at No, 10 Downing
Street today to hear President
Truman's special envoy W. Av-
erell Harriman put his ase for
a settlement of Britain's great-
oil dispute with Iran .;
---------------------------5_i-----L__
Ecuador Ships 10,000
Sacks of Rice To Korea
GUAYAQUIL, Julv 28 (UP)
The steamer Santa Adela was
loaded today with 10.000 sacks of
rice donated by Ecuador as her
contribution to the Korean cam-
Army Expresses Hope Huge Red Buildup
Of Korea Forces Not Sign Of Bad
Lost Jeep Dog'
Scans Every Car
For Master's Face
A lonely dog sits watching for
Its master In front of the Ad-
ministration Building. He
jumps up at every jeep he sees
and looks passers-by straight
in the eye. hoping to find his
owner.
With sleek black hair, four
white legs, a clipped tall and a
wistful expression, he Is In
danger of being adopted bv the
kind policeman who has been
feeding him for four da*.
Right now he's patiently
waiting for the right jeep.
WASHINGTON. Ji | 28 (UPI
The Army said today the Com-
munists have staged a "tre-
mendous" buildup of armed
forces in Korea since the cease-
fire talks began and pointedly
expressed "hope" this was not
a sign of bad faith.
Simultaneously, the State De-
partment's Voice of America"
charged that the Red's earlier
demand to pull all foreign
troops out of Korea was only a
"sche-re" to permit later ag-
gression.
A Defense Department spokes-
man later said the Army state-
ment was strictly an Army view-
point and did not reflect De-
fense Department policy or anv
change in policy. He added it
was not made at the Instigation
of Defense Secretary Oeorge C.
Marshall, or the Joint Chiefs of
Staff.
The two statements followed
Secretary of State Dean Ache-
son's warning Thursday that
the Kaesong peace talks have
not produced a real agreement
yet, and that United Nations
Commanders are ready for any
major new Red assault if the
talks break down.
American officials have been
saying for some time that the
Reds were building up tehlr
forces, but not in such strong
terms as put by an Army spokes-
man today.
He said the Chinese and Nqrth
Korean Communists have made
a "tremendous" buildup of ar-
mored equipment, artillery and
troops since the cease-fire talks
started.
"Artillery and supplies are
nearer our front lines than ever
before." he said.
"It is hoped that these acts
are not an Indication of bad
faith."
The spokesman said that U.
N. forces, as evidence of good quantity of supplies than he
faith on their part, have not
been built up since the truce
talks began. On the contrary,
he asserted they have been de-
creased by the removal of one
susbtantlal combat element
from Korea to Japan.
He said the Communists
literally were "hanging on the
ropes" when Soviet U. N. De-
legate Jacob Malik- made his
cease-fire proposal, and U. N.
forces were in position to push
their advantage. But he said
the U. N. accepted the peace
offer and halted its advance.
"It Is evidence of good faith
bv the United Nations that fur-
ther tactical exploitation bv U.
N. forces were In a position to
achieve an even greater suc-
cess." the spokesman said.
On the other hand, he said.
"The enemv has moved South
through Korea a far greater
forces dur-
needs to support
ring the negotiations/'
Fresh Chinese' Communist
units and thousands of indivi-
dual replacement have been
moved in. On the Eastern flank
.a greater volume of tiller?
fire has been received. '
"All evfdence points to a tre-
mendous buildup of North Ko-
rean forces. And a ne*/ North
Korean Army, two to three
times the size of that which
attacked in June. 1950. has been
equipped and trained by th
Communists and Is now avail-
able "
The North Korean K Army In
June. 1950, was estimated to
have about 90.000 men.
The "Voice" dJrided Com-
munist claims t*aV thev hav
mude concessions to the U. N.
bv agreeing to drop the ques-
tion of removing foreign troops
from Korea from' the armitlc
agenda.


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BREDA ...........................Aug. 1
BENNEKOM........................Aug. 18
"K.N.8JM.' CRISTOBAL, 3-1210. 3-1211. 3-1219
(Passenger And Freight)
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BI.OK AGENCIES BALBOA: 2-3719 (Freight)
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Panagra Names New
Might Service Supt.
The appointment o Miss Violet
Oorrlngton as Flight Service Su-
perintendent. In charge of purs-
ers and hostesses, was announc-
ed by Panama recently.
Miss Corrington. formerly of
San Francisco, California, has
Just completed four years of serv-
ice with a North American air-
line flying all over the Pacific
area. Including Japan. China and
Australia.
During World War II she was
an officer in the United States
Army Nurse Corps, and now holds
the rank of captain in the Re-
serve. Much of that time she
served close to the front lines as
a nurse aboard planes evacuating
wounded from combat zones hi
the Pacific Islands. For two
years she was in charge of the
psychiatric ward of an army hos-
pital in New Guinea.
Lykes Lines Visitors
Here from Gulf port
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lykes.
Jr.. arrived yesterday from Gulf-
port, Mississippi on the Lltscomb
Lykes. Local agent for the ship,
Panama Agencies, said that
Lykes is In the Traffic Depart-
ment in New Orleans. He and his
wife will remain In Panama a few
days before flying to Guatemala.
Miami Airport Eeads
In International Travel
Miami International Airport
still Is leading the United States
in international travel. During
the first two months of 1951.96,-
921 international travelers, or
44.1 per cent of the total interna-
tional travel handled by all air-
ports In the United States, passed
through Miami. Last year the
Miami airport handled 427,338 In-
ternational passengers, or 39 per
cent of the total.
The special flight marking the
20.000th scheduled trip across the
equator by Panagra planes will be
made from Quito, which is Just a
few miles south of the line.
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Today, Saturday, July 21
Ecuador Honors Panagra
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QUITO. (Special) President
Galo Plaza has Just approved a
decree authorising a special Issue
of overprinted stamps in hsnor of
Panagra's 20,000th crossing of the
Equator, it was announced here.
The stamps, of three and five
sucre denominations, will bear a
special legend for the occasion
and will go on sale the day of the
20,000th flight. The date of this
flight has not yet been made pub-
lic, but will take place some time
during the latter part of this
month. First day covers will be
mailed from Quito on that das/.
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We make loans with guarantees on first mortafss
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deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA:
in Central Ave. at
eorner of "I" Street.
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
of 7th St
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sub-Manager.
0. R. De ROUX
Manager.
HOURS:
From 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 1:00 am to 12:10 p.m.
South "gave his partner the
wink'' when he saw the opening
lead. Veteran players often do
this when the contract Is a cinch
partly to relieve the dummy s
mind and partly to show how
smart they are. (I've done It my-
self for both reasons.)
This particular veteran South
won the first trick with the ace
of diamonds and hastened to lead
a trump to dummy's ace In order
to get rid o his singleton club on
the king of diamonds. When East
discarded a diamond on dummy's
i ace of hearts, Souths Jaw drop-
ped with a clank.
South went dispiritedly about
the business of discarding his
singleton club and then led a
spade toward his hand. If East
had played an honor. South
1 would have ducked. When East
i actually played the eight South
took the ace and returned a low
spade.
West thought over the mean-
ing of his partner's first spade
; play and read it correctly. Hence
he put up the queen of spades to
win the second round of that suit.
Then he cashed the king and
I queen of hearts and exited with
! a diamond.
No matter what South did he
l was bound to lose another trick.
He could ruff only one spade in
dummy and West had two good
spades.
Was South too quick with his
wink? He certainly was. But he
could have made the contract by
simply finessing dummy's Jack of
hearts.
This plav would obviously win
as the cards lay. but it would also
succeed even If East were able to
win the first trump trick. That
would leave only one trump out.
which dummy could later pick up
with the ace.
In the meantime, what could
East do to threaten the contract?
If the defenders took the ace of
clubs. South would have a wealth
of discards for his low spades. If
thev failed lo take the ace of
clubs. South could proceed with
his discarding plan.
The Important point was to
take the trump finesse as a safe-
ty measure against a 3-0 trump
break.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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INVITATIONS ISSUED FOR THE MARRIAGE OF
HISS EILEEN SCHNEIDER AND WILLIAM ALLEN
Mr. and Mr*. John Henry Schneider of Ralbo hare Is-
sued Invitations for the marriage of their daufhter, Mildred
Eileen, to William Joseph Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Allen of Balboa.
The wedding will take place Thursday evening, the sl-
teenth of August, at seven o'clock, at the Fort Amador Cha-
pel and will be followed by a reception in the Ballroom of
the Hotel Tivoll In Ancon.
leaving for Visit
.o Nicaragua
Mrs. Ignacio Molino Jr., wife ol
the Minister for Foreign Affairs
of Panama. Mrs. Eloy Sanchez,
wife of the NlcaraRiian Ambassa-
dor to Panama, Mrs. Marco A.
Raudales Planos, wife of the
Honduran Minister to Panama,
Mrs. Gabriela de Maher and
Mrs. Edith Nason left by air-
plane today on a short visit to
Managua, Nicaragua.
Minister's Wife
Leave for Salvador
Mrs. Pablo Pinzn, wife of the
Minister of Panama to El Salva-
dor, has returned to El Salvador
after a visit with relatives in
Panama.
Bride-To-Be Honored
Last Evening
Miss Barbara Comber and Miss
Janet Klmmel were joint hostess-
es at a dessert party and shower
given last evening for Miss Ma-
rilyn Jennlson. who Is to be mar-
ried August 4 to Lt. Oilmer Wag-
go:- 3r of Corozal. The guest list
Included 20 of Miss Jennlson's
close friends. The party was held
at the home of Miss Comber's
mother, Mrs. Teresa Comber, In
San Juan Place. Ancon.
Return from Europe
Mrs. Ernie L. Payne of Balboa
Heights and her sister. Mrs. El-
vira Byrne of Ancon, have re-
turned from vacation of two and
a half months spent In Europe.
three and a half month vacation
In New England and Kentucky.
Tea to Honor Visitor
from Philadelphia
Mrs. John Robert Smith and
her sister, Miss Mildred Neeley,
are entertaining; 35 of their
friends at tea this afternoon at
the Hotel Tivoll. Guest of honor
at the party Is Miss Goldle How-
ard of Philadelphia, Pennsylva-
nia, who Is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
M. F. Greene at Margarita.
dancing and special
ment.
entertaln-
Guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Ehrman
Mr. and Mrs. Natalio Ehrman
of Panama City have as their
house guests their grandchildren,
Sharon and Scotty Arendale,
daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Arendale of Maracalbo,
Venezuela.
Mrs. Symnods Honored
at Morning Coffee
Mrs. Ralph Schnell gave a cof-
fee party yesterday morning at
her home on Balboa Heights In
honor of Mrs. O. T. 8ymonds of
Albuquerque. New Mexico, who Is
vial ting her son-in-law and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
E. Burrow, in Balboa.
Mrs. George Edglnton presided
at the coffee service. Others In-
cluded In the party with Mrs. Sy-
monds and Mrs. Burrow were:
Mrs. William H. Beeby, Mrs.
Dennis F. Reeder.Mrs. Frank H.
Irwln. Mrs. Clarence H. True,
Mrs. Clifford M. Glenn. Mrs. N.
E. Bradford. Mrs. Otis T. Ba-
rney. Miss Greta Mann, Mrs. Dale
B. Keigley. Mrs. Arthur T. Cot-
ton. Mrs. A. R. Lombrola, Mrs.
CD. Neville and Mrs. Franklin
S. Blanton.
Miss Tassell Honored
at Farewell Party N
Miss Peggy Tassell, who Is
leaving the Isthmus 'August 3,
was given a surprise farewell par-
ty Wednesday evening by Mrs.
Edith Glazer and Miss Winifred
Seeley, at the home of the for-
mer In Diablo Heights. Miss Tas-
sell will return to her home In
Weymouth, Massachusetts, after
a residence of several years here.
With the guest of honor those
entertained Included: Mr. and
Mrs. Thatcher Cllsbee, Mr. and
Mrs. Ken Coffey. Mr. and Mrs.
John D. Stich, Dr. and Mrs. R.
T. James. Mrs. Elvira P-rne.
Mrs. Dorothy May. Miss Cathar-
ine Jackelon Dr. G. M. Steven-
son. Dr. W. W. Cox, and Mr.
Haran G. Walker.
Mrs. Judson Hostess
The Fortnightly Bridge Club
met for bridge and a late supper
Wednesday evening with Mrs. H.
R. Judson at her home In Diablo
Heights.
Her gueste were: Mrs. E. W.
Schnake. Mrs. Frank Bryan. Mrs.
Ethlyn Wood. Mrs. H. V. How-
ard, Mrs. J. M. Da vies, Mrs. Ma-
rlon Lucas and Mrs. Lawrence
Adler.
Luncheon at
El Rancho
The NCO Wives Club of Fort
Kobbe entertained its members
with a luncheon at "El Rancho"
Thursday. After photographs
were taken and informal talks,
lunch was enjoyed by the follow-
ing nfembers: theMesdames Earl
Hurst. Alfred Perry, Harry Sny-
der, Joseph Owens. Harold John-
son, Melvln Newcomb, Alfred
Gibson, Frank Pledger. Charles
Rahner, Tomas Guzman Enrique
Maskus, Frank Austin, Bruce
Rawls, Ourney Pharr, John
Smith. Elbert Wright, Jerry De-
well. Ervln J. Anderson, Alberto
Bartolomei, Juan Maldonado. Ro-
man Santiago, Francisco Naru-
aez. Andel Ortiz, Luis Rivera,
Leonardo Figueroa. Edward De-
Lorge and a guest. Miss Hazel
Bostlck.
I.A.W.C. Luncheon
August 8
The Inter-American Women's
Club will inaugurate a series of
interesting monthly social events
with an Informal buffet luncheon
at the Panama Golf club Wed-
nesday, August 8, at 12:30 p.m.
There will be a door prize and
bridge and canasta will be played
after the luncheon. All those
wishing to play cards are asked
to bring their own cards with
them.
Tickets are $1.75 each. Reser-
vations should be made early at
the club headquarters, Balboa
3465 or Panama 2-0518, with Mrs.
N. Z. Stephens, Curundu 2124, or
Mrs. Elisa Heurtematte, Panama
3-0568. All members who have
not yet paid their dues are urged
to do so at this meeting.
7 Canal Workers Retiring
Soon Served 21-27 Years
Arrives From South America
Mrs. Alicia Isabel Porras de
Aramburu of Lima, Peru, has ar-
rived to visit her mother. Mrs.
Belisarlo Porras 8r. and to at-
tend the marriage of her brother,
Hernn Porras, to Miss Marltza
Gulzado. which will take place
Sunday night,
Leave on
Vacation Trip
Mr. and Mrs-, Thomas E. Spen-
cer and their son, Charles, of
Ancon, left yesterday to spend a
Eczema Itch
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Don't let Itching- Bctema, Plmplrs,
Rtncrvrorm, Blackhead., Anil, Psoria-
sis, root Itch. Athlete' Foot IAllpunga)
or other blemishes disfigure your sKln
and embarrass you another day without
trying Nlxoderm. This great medUlne
combats the germs and parasites which
often are the real causa of skin troubles.
That la why 1 Ixoder/n so quickly makes
your skin soft, clear, smooth and at-
tractlre. Get Nlxoderm from your drug*
gist todaysee how much better your
ski* ir-.ks and feels tomorrow.
Benefit at Union Clob
August 3
The Asilo de Nuestra Seora
Committee of the Inter-Amerl,-
can Woman's Club Is sponsoring
a "Fun For All" benefit evening
at the Union Club Friday. August
3, at seven thirty. Teen-agers,
their parents and friends are cor-
dially Invited. Tickets are $1.00
a person and may be bought at
Dagmar's. Morrisons, the French
Bazaar. Hotel El Panama and the
I.A.W.C. headquarters. There
will be many contests and games,
as well as dancing and light re-
freshments will be served.
Party Tonight
at Elks Club
Elks and their guests are Invit-
ed to a "Scotch Night" party to-
night at 8 at the Balboa Elks
Club. There will be music for
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Bob J. Fletcher
Is Leaving Canal
At Month's End
Bob J. Fletcher, Civil Engineer
in the Surveys Branch of the
Dredging Division, is leaving the
Canal service at the end of July.
A resident of the Isthmus for
the past 37 years, he has been
active In community and church
activities especially In Gamboa
where he and his family have
made their home for several
years. He designed Gamboa's
Community Center and has been
an active member of the Gam-
boa Union Churoh.
Mrs. Fletcher, a well-known
former Canal Zone school teach-
er, and their son and daughter
left July 20 by the Panam Line
for the United States. Mr. Fletch-
er will go by plane, early in Au-
gust, to New Orleans. The Fletch-
ers will make their future home
in Dawson, Georgia.
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Seven employes of the Pana-
m Canal organization, whose pe-
riods of service range from 21 to
37 years, will leave service at the
end of July.
The retiring employes, their
positions and periods of service
are:
Angel E. Berrlos, Seaman In
the Dredging Division, 23 years,
seven months and 13 days.
Oliver Bowen, Machinist in the
Industrial Bureau, 21 years, eight
months and 24 days.
Bob J. Fletcher, Chief of the
Surveys Branch of the Dredging
Division, 30 years, one month and
one day.
David P. Howe, Electrical Su-
pervisor In the Locks Division at
Gatun, 28 years, one month and
28 days.
Walter A. Koerber, Supervisor
of Generation and Transmission
for the Northern District of the
Electrical Division, 34 years, one
month and two days.
Elmer B. Oberg, Postal Inspec-
tor for the Canal Zone postal sys-
tem, 3T years, one month and two
days.
John L. Williams, Wireman In
the Electrical Division, 22 years,
seven months and 11 days.
Berrios was born In Puerto Ri-
co, and cme to the Isthmus In
1918 when he was in the U. S.
Army in which he served from
1918 to 1927. He was first em-
ployed In the Canal organization
November 18. 1927 as a helper in
the Dredging Division. He be-
came an artisan in the same div-
ision in January 1940 and was
named seaman in April 1943. He
plans to remain on the Isthmus
after retirement.
Bowen was born In England and
Is a naturalized United States ci-
tizen. He was employed as a ma-
chinist in England, from 1908 to
1914 when he went to the United
States. He worked for about 14
years in Pennsylvania, Ohio and
New Jersey before coming to the
Canal Zone. He was first em-
ployed by the Canal organization
July 10, 1928, as a machinist in
the Mechanical Division. He held
the same position In the Locks
Division periodically In the early
years of his service. He was
transferred to the Mechanical
Division as machinist In April
1933 and remained in that posi-
tion throughout the rest of his
service. Mr. and M>-.\ Bowen have
not decided upon the choice of a
future home.
Howe was born in Marblehead,
------.
Massachusetts, and was employed
as electrician in various Massa-
chusetts towns and at the Boston
Navy Yard for about 21 years be-
fore coming to the Isthmus. He
was first employed June 5, 1923
as a locomotive towing operator
at Gatun. He was named Junior
Lockmaster in August 1938, and
Lockmaster in February 1949. He
became Assistant Superintendent
of Atlantic Locks In July 1946 and
was named Electrical Supervisor
In March 1950.
Mr. and M Howe plan to leave
August S on the S.S. Panam and
will make their future home In
Hampton, New Hampshire.
Koerber was born in Boston,
and attended school there and in
Pasadena, California, where he
was employed for about a year
before coming to the Canal Zone.
He was first employed February 6,
1915, as a wireman In the Elec-
trical Division. He worked for a
short time on the Pacific side and
was transferred to Gatun about
1917. He served as operator in the
Electrical Division from 1919 to
1922 and was transferred In Au-
gust 1923 to the Locks Division as
locomotive towing operator. He
returned to the Electrical Divi-
sion in April 1925 and served as
operator and wireman until his
promotion to the position of chief
power plant operator In June
1944. He was named supervisor of
generation and transmission for
the northern district in May 1949.
Mr. and Mrs. Koerber plan to
leave by ship about the first of
August to go to Grass Valley, Ca-
lifornia, where they will make
their future home.
Williams Is a native of Jenk-
enstown, Pennsylvania, and was
first employed in the Canal or-
ganization March 15, 1920, as a
wireman In the Electrical Divi-
sion at Balboa. He came to the
Isthmus from Pennsylvania,
where he had been a wireman for
about 16 years. He left Canal
service in September 1920 and re-
turned to the United States, but
was reemployed as wireman at
Balboa in July 1925. He was
transferred to Cristobal In Au-
ust 1925. He left Canal service
or a period of about four vears
from 1945 to 1949, after which his
service was continuous to the
time of his retirement.
Williams will live in Cerro
Punta in El Volcan following his
retirement. He plans to leave
about August 20.
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SAltftDAY, JULY IS, 1MI
Win


Three-Run Ninth inning
White Sox Rally Useless
By United Press
NEW YORK, July 28 The Yankees helped by a tor-
rential rain which forced the game to be suspended for
one hour-and-one-half, defeated theWh.lt Sox 3-1 mo
Yankee Stadium night amid cries of "lucky from the dis-
gruntled White Sox fans and management.
The win put the Yankee one
iiull game in the American League
i1'8The White Sox hid ralliedI for
three runs in the top half I
. the ninth inning to grab 11 -
lead in the opener of a vital
four-game series hut at this
point the elements came to the
; .id of the Nev. Yorker, vvh
I have been accused etW
; form of "luck" down through
i The downpour forced the um-
pires to call the game The| score
fcCurally. reverted back to the
lend of eight lull inn ngs and
what seemed lUe a sorely needed
White Sox victory turned out in-
stead to be a 3-1 Yankee triumph.
J liases empty homers by Gene
twaodliug and Joe DIMagg o and
fun producing single by wood-
ling gave the Yankees their 3-1
lead after eight innings,
l The Chisox then jumped on
rookie Tom Morgan, who had
yielded only six hits for the first i.ar- -^-gOty "Bub-
ight inmngs, and knocked him 2 0, ^*nve_nUter. Loser
pul of the box. --------- _ ranlt HiUer als0 tossed a five-
ers, 10-g, In a Philadelphia night
Bame NATIONAL LEAGlE
Rov Campanella's three-run
homer in the ninth gave the
Dodgers a 12-9 victory over the
Cardinals In a St XM.l"g
battle. The Carde' Stan Mueial
hit his 21st home run.
The Giants topped the Redi.
5-3 in a Cincinnati after-dark
contest. Don Mueller hit two key
triples off Howie Fox
Jim Heam registered his ninth
victory although he needed re-
lief, from rookie George 8pencer
in the seventh. The Red* Ted
Kluszewski hit a two-run homer.
The Pirates trimmed the Bos-
ton Braves, 8-4. in a Pittsburgh
night game. Howie Pollet was
rapped for 13 base hits, includ-
ing two homers by Sid Gordon
and one each by Roy Hartsfleld
and Walker Cooper but survived
for his 101st victory of his majoi
"XphUUei topped the Cubs,
45th Recon. Basketball Team
Whips Chesterfield In Upset
by
Dan Daniel
Frank., M*'. patrician baseball gene...,,, tgdW*
descent Cm^olden of =W -ftf.--
the four consecutive pennant-winning Giant "be o the
John
Joe Ostrowski. Frank Shea,
and Jack Kramer followed
' 'Morgan to the mound and the
' White Sox had the bases load-
' i with only one out when the
' rain halted play. Morgan was
credited with his sixth victory
', against one defeat.
The Indians remained one
1^^&Wf%Z WABHINOTOI..DC.JIy28--
a Boston night contest with Raymond Irving Plnlql 1f sort of
fhe'help of Ray*Boone's two cir- Mr. and Mr,( Fabian V Pint of
Raymond I. Pinto
Wins Distinguished
Rifleman Medal
ACCUSE** Gene Melchlorre,
one of the top basketball play-
ers last season, is one of eight
Bradlev University stars ac-
cused of fixing games by New
York District Attorney Frank
Hogan.
Schoolboy
Sports
"A" LKAOT'S STANDINGS
TEAMS- Wo" Lost
Aneen............* J
Balboa............J
Diabla............2 3
uJt blasts.
Bob Lemon Ditched a five-hit-
ter for his eleventh victory as the
Tribe dumped the Red Sox a
game behind first place. Boones
second homer was off Ellis Kin-
der who had relieved starter Ray-
Scarborough in the eighth.
The Senators blanked the St.
10 and 11 St. Melndez Avenue.
Colon, has won the Distinguish-
ed Rifleman Medal. It was an-
nounced here today by the Na-
tional Rifle Association.
Young Pinto first took up tne
target sport about two and a half
vears ago. As a member of the
Cristobal Rifle Club, which is in-
The Senators oianxen wie oi,. " -- nth-sun
Tflnk Browns 7-0 in a Wash- structed by Mr. Noel E. Gibson,
r?pton rc-ght game Cuban he has climbed steadily through
Conrado MarreVo altered eight the 14 lower rankings to achieve
hits for his tenth triumph and
first shutout as he beat the hap-
less Brownies.
Distinguished Rifleman rating
the top In junior shooting.
Raymond Is a graduate of the
The Sties downed the Tig- Cristobal High BoW
American League
TEAMS
New York.
Boston .
Cleveland
Chicago.
Detroit .
Washington 42
Philadelphia 37
St. Louis 29
Won
36
56
54
41
Lost Pet.
35 .615
SI
.602
.602
42 .562
48 .461
51 452
58 .389
63 .315
G.B.
1
1
4
14
II
21
21' i
National League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.B.
Brooklyn .80 32 .652
New York. 52 43 .541 .
Philadelphia 47 46 M W*4
St. Louis .45 45 .500 14
13 46 .483 15' i
Boston. .
Cincinnati
Chicago
Pittsburgh
M
:tx
41 .418 16
49 .424 20 "s
55 .409 22 >*t
TODAYS GAMES
Chicago at New York.
Cleveland at Boston.
Detroit at Philadelphia.
Bt. Louis at Washington .
YESTERDAYS RESl ITS
(Night Game. Called at end of
Eight. Rain)
Chicago ........ \
New York............
(Night Game-
Cleveland............ }
Boston.............. 2
(Night Game)
Detroit..............
Philadelphia.........l
(Night Game)
St. Louis............ 0
Washington..........
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Pittsburgh.
Brooklvn at St. Louis (N).
New York at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
YESTERDAYS RESULTS
(Night Game)
Brooklyn........... 12
St. Louis............ 9
(Night Game)
New York............ 5
Cincinnati............ 3
Wednesday morning Diablo
swept both ends of a basketball
doubleheader at> the Diablo "A
League upset Balboa. 35-32. and
the Diablo Biddy League came
from behind to nip Pedro Miguel,
19-18. at the Dlablu Gymnasium.
In the "A" League encounter
neither team was able to pull
ahead and the half time score
was 15-13 in favor of Diablo. With
Balboa leading by one point and
a minute remaining to play Will
Nlcklsher scored with a long set
shot to put Diablo ahead and
Norm Havdel put the game on Ice
a moment later with a fteri coal
from the sidelines. Hugh Turner
was high point .nan for the gama
as he led his Diablo teammates
with 15 points, and Boyd took
scoring honors for Balboa with
seven points.
In the "it" League contest Dia-
blo stage an uphill fight and
then choked off a last minute
rally by Pedro Miguel to win their
second gafiie of the season. In
the excitement of the game a Pe-
dro Miguel player mistakenly
made two points for Diablo when
he shot the ball through Diablos
basket. Jimmy Duran made eight
points for Diablo as did Million
and Castleman for the Pedro Mi-
guel squad to lead In the scoring
department.
The. bos scores:
labio -A1 League PC.
urner...... .. 1
Haydel........ 3
Rathgeber...... 2
Lang.......... 3
Vele?.......... 0
Nickisher...... 2
the four consecutive pennani-w.i... "-" IT" heiw to
Cubs In seventh place. 16>3 games of! he "L"yn pat
from^ate^'slmllVto tlmsl which forced McOraw to quit as
-nnSaTno-t bneenJUanbe.,V?e2slgn himself and adapt gp
t&& /whcr^Wh.^'A.^^ Pdunadt as
wVu M th%g pnehing tempo, whlcn were salient In hi. own pl*y-
in" infold Tlash now 53, has refused to concede any allow-
an J for the war'sRavages on baseball manpower. Nor Is he
n' An ^VhSEft. away back, a manager who coulcI not
accept a pattern of defeat without towering rages which often
SiinnVri him to the over-all picture, a driver who caetlgated play-
.r.n\heon clubhouse and the dugout. Frisen ha. become
a ^""/^"t^tohlng he said to me In Phoenix last
March "Instead of huriera. we now have young men who throw
a thlna they caU the slider. This constitutes their entire art of
pitcWng. The slider I. nothing but a nickle curve.andli'Ullhe
anas ot the kids But It has been built up into something terrltic
andmU^us^What's the answe.^ We had cmly three 20-game
winners In our league last season, two in the American, nooey.
OLD FLASH TURNED INTO WHIPPING BOY.
With all his oddities carried over from another basebal
era rrisch was not doing too badly with the Cubs. They had
been allowedI to deteriorate, both at Wrlgley Field and n their
Urm tystem y a succession of front-oftlce wranglers who were
bund to everytning but the club's astonishing attendance figur^.
Though they ilnished seventh, with 89 defeats, in 1950, the
Bruins dfew 1165 44 paid at home, only 20.000 leas than the
attendance at Abet, field. And don't iorget there are no
lights at Wrigtey Field.
(Night (.aim-1
Boston.............. *
Pittsburgh.......... 8
Phil'phia OOU 8W 0002 5 0
Chicago 000 000 000 0 5 O
Church < 11-5 and Seminlck;
HiUer (6-R'Hatten and Burgess.
KT
1
(I
0
0
(i
(i
TP
15
4
a
4
Totals. ........17 1 35
Balboa 'A' LeaguePG FT TP
Boyd
Holt ..
Peacher ..
Stokes ..
Lee .. ..
Bright ..
1
(i
3
2
i)

Totals......... 13 6 32
Substitutes: Jenkins Orvis, Ol-
iver, Degenarr.
Diablo Biddy FG FT TP
F'undakowski.. .. 1
Cruz..........
Doran......... 4
HopWns........ 0
Corrigan...... 0
Brockman...... 0
Blaney........ 0
Ailing........ 3
Totals......... 9
P. Miguel Biddy FG FT TP
Johnson........ 0 0 0
Gibson........ 0
Million........ 4
Corben........ 1 n
Castleman...... '
Convel........ 0 0 0
Totals......... 0 t
-No sense In worrying about players and pennants when
our loyal cu^tomerrail put with anything," said the master-
mlnOf Ute. the ffigJfrom & has found Itself confronted
with two disturbing situations. The more hnportant pi) these
^d'aSr^^^^
la^ro,h^=OI tr=&he Cub, traced u.the much-
dlscus^d trade which on June 15 shipped Andy Pafko. a tre-
mendous favorite among Cub fans, to the Dodger.
Emphatically, the situation at Wrlgley Field called for a
ritvertisement A whipping boy was needed. And the old fiasn
WM not" available, ut vulnerable. There had been sports
pue attadSTon him. one writer announcing that "player mo-
raleFhrfs be wanted Text Siason The Chicago front office knew that be
would not stay another day on^ mere sufferance.
FRISCH WAS McGHAWS (HOICK. FOR SUCCESSOR.
5? for the Florida real estate boom of the l^?s. F r 1 sch
would have been McGraw's successor as manager of the Gianta.
That the Polo Grounds job eluded him is the one poignant re-
greVrfschhVFcamheSdeeapfyerinvolved In land investments in Sara-
Frankie worried about his losses. His work on the field Iterad,
and hta health was injured. McGraw talked to him In private.
Then he ranted at Frankie in club meetings and took the
caDtaincv away from him. This was In 19^8. ___..,_ ,_-
captaincy a ay ^^ took ^ ,eave and
returned to New York. That meant the end of his career as
a "T," S.'wSteM.c was seeking a trade for Wh. Hog-
Hornsbv and Sam Breadom became InvojvecI in a battle over^the
salary of the second baseman-manager, who had led the Car-
dinal's to the 1926 world championship. _.. atml_
One morning in December, Breadon called Charley Stone-
ham and suggested the Hornshy-for-Frlsch exchange McOr'
agreed, and the old Flash got a sorry Christmas present, a ticket
t0 SCardhSS' fans blasted Breadon for a diamond ""llege. But.
as things turned out. it was a remarkable deal for the Red-
hirds Hornsbv lasted only one season amid machinations at
fne Po" Gmundfand on Jan. 10. 1928 was traded to the Braves
for outfielder Jlmmv Welsh and catcher Shanty Hogan.
I asked Frlsch some time hack. Why didI you ever .come
back to the worr.es of running^ ball club? You certainly do
n' "YoS'dthbe"surprised how much It costs to Uve these days,"
winked the old Flash. # (
Jo* Williams Is on 'vacation.
An inspired 46th Recon. Bn.
basketball team defeated the
powerful Chesterfield basketball
club of Panam Olty by the score
of 50 to 47. The game was a thrill-
ing oontest from ,the opening
whistle to the final sound of tne
horn ending the game. Wentland.
center for the 45th, led the scor-
ing parade ifor both teams by
sinking seven field goals and four
fouls for a total of 18 points. Cec-
ilio Williams, for the Chesterfle d
club followed closely with 18
points. ...
The first quarter began with
both teams feeling each other out
and therefore there was inwe
scoring, the quarter ended witn
the score tied at 10 points for
each team. In the second quar-
ter, the Chesterfield club started
to pull away from the 45th Recon
quintet as they started to con-
nect from the outside and at tne
and of the half the Chester led
club led by the margin of ,iu
points30 to 20.
The beginning of the third pe-
riod, the 45th Recon Bn started
to get back into the game as
Wentland and Altken connected
for four points, all through tne
hlrd quarter the ore showed
the Chesterfield club maintain-
ing their 10-polnt lead. At the
end of the thlrt Quarter 'the
Chesterfield club led the 45th Ke
con Bn team by eleven points, 3
The fourth quarter, the 45th
Recon Bn came back strong M
they scored 23 points,to the ches-
, terfield eight points The 45th.
led by their center Johu Went-
I and>who scored eight points,
started using their fast break and
1 scored uTdeT the basket us ng a
tight defense they intercepted
the passes which spelled the de-
feat for the Chesterfield club
In the final five minutes of the
game the Chesterfield club was
out in front by one point. The
lead changed throughout the
final minutes as Wilson, guard
for the 45th connected on a long
shot for two Points. Fernando
Tom came back and sank a Jiew
goal which senr. the Chesterfield
ciub ahead of the Reconi Bn. Bra-
dlan. guard for the 45th came
back and sent the 45th ahead by
nTheflnl minute of the game
Chesterfield was ahead by the
score of 48 to 45, a foul shot bv
Wilson tied the score up at 45
points each. Arn for the tt
committed a foul anc Alionao
Frazer for the Chesterfield club
sank the foul shot which sent he
Chesterfield club ahead by the
score of 47 to 46. A fast break
which saw the ball psssed by Ted
Bradlan to Wentland was good
for two points and sent the 45 h
ahead by the score of 48 to 47. In
the last play of the game Went-
and stole the ball and went down
the court and cored on a field
goal which put the 45th ahead by
the score of 50 to 47.
The last 35 seconds of the game
the 45th played possession ball
and ran out the clock, and when
final whistle eounae
Rayal Crown Beats Albrook
To Tie For First Place In
Pacific Basketball League
LEAGUE STANDINGS
TEAMS- Wen Lost Pet
Albrook........J j M
Royal Crewn..... S
Lincoln Life......5 1 416
Mauricio . t tt Wi
Game, te be played Sunday. July
29th (Secend Half)
Mauricio vs. Albroek
Lincoln Life v. Royal Crewn
The Royal Crown Sodamen
again proved their ability to
come from behind as they over-
Came a 13-point lead held by the
Albrook Flyers to win by the score
of 69 to 58 and bring the first half
to a close with the two teams
tied for the leadership.
Albrook broke fast and jumped
into a quick lead and at one point
early in the first quarter led Roy-
al crown by a score of 22 to 5 and
ended the first period with a 13-
point margin, but the Sodamen
came back strong In the second
quarter as Fraser and Aro.emena
tallied six points each and had
drawn even with the Flyers when
the seeond half ended.
The two team, played evenly
after the mid-game rest period
.and Royal Crown held a narrow
margin of two points as the final
quarter opened, but with Carlos
Cells hitting the cords with regu-
larity and precision, the Royal
Crown squad pulled ,***?
won by a substantial 11 points,
coring honors for the game
went to Cells wit h22 points and
Ricardo Santos with 12 points
while Albrook's Chambers was
high for his team with an even
dozen points. .
In the other game played
Thursday night, the Mauricio
team suffered Its 11th loss of the
first half going down to defeat
to the Lincoln Ufe team by a
.core of 3 to 5, In a game that
was forced Into a five minute
overtime period.
Mauricio started strong and led
for most of the game, having a
three-point margin at half time
and a sU-polnt margin by the
start of the final quarter, but
with onlv a few minutes remain-
ing of play the Life Insurance
I team scored twice and tied the
I game at 54-all and foroe It into
extra periods. ,
In the overtime period, the
Mauricio team was able to score
onlv two points against nine for
the winners. Jim Brady and Bob
Gibson were high scorers for the
winners with 17 and 1 points re-
gnectively, while for Mauricio
Luft with 16 and Mtnott with 12
were high point makers.
Manager Lou Hllzinger of the
Mauricio team stated Thursday
night that although his team was
unable to make a good showing
in the first half, he Is determined
to be In the midst Of the scram-
ble for second half honor and
has strengthened his team with
r-'Mltlnn of Bob Gibson and
(Continued on Page . Col. )
Big Track Meet Sat
For Panam Stadium
Sunday Horning
A special athletic program will
be held Sunday morning at the
Panam Olympic Stadium. The
meet will be hi commemoration
of the Independence of the Re-
public of Peru. Activities get un-
der way at 6 a.m.
Track and field competition
starts at 9 a.m. at the SUdluro.
The program: ,
1(5 a.m.) Panama-Colon-
Panam cycle marathon .Augus-
to Brondl Classic i.
2(6 a.m. Jaan Diaz to Olym-
pic Stadium marathon loot race.
3(9 a.m.) Track and Held
competition for girls (Classes
A" and "B." 50 and 100 meters
sprints and 4x100 relay.
4Men's events.
Class "A"
100, 200, 400. 800, 1.500 and 5.000
meters races. 4x100 and 4x400 re-
lays. Shot put, discus. Javelin,
broad Jump, high Jump, pole-
vault and hop-skip-and-Jump.
(Las "B"
100,200, 400 meters sprints and
4x100 relay.
the
the
45th pulled the greatest upset
that has been seen on the rort
Clayton Gym this year.
The box scores:
Chesterfield FG
Garceran......
Harrison...... 0
Qulntyne.......
Armuelles...... J
Tom.......... J
Frazer ........
Santos........
Ortega........ 0
Williams.......
Smith......... i
FT
0
0
0
0
1
4
3
0-
1
0
TP
0
0
0
2
13
6
DUNLOP
FORT
CAR TYRES
Distributors:
CIA. CYRNOS, S. A.
Totals.........19 9 4T
45th Recon Bn FG FT TP
Altken......... I 2 I
Shaw......... 0 J J
Am..........
Tyson......... o
Mndez........ i
Wentland...... 1
Wlnget........ 0
Bradian........ *
Wilson........ $
Thornberg...... 0
Totals.........21
0
0
4
0
0
2
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Cosmopolitan Mixed League at
7:30 p.m.. August 1, at the Diablo
Clubhouse.
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Playground S[H>rts
The lnter-pluyground basket-
ball schedule has reached appro-
ximately the halt way mark in all
leagues on the Pacific side. It Is
still too early to pick the cham-
pionship team in any of the five
leagues, but there are indications
of superior strength in a few
casa.
The "A" League lor the Pacific
side is made up of three very
evenly matched teams, one each
from Balboa, Ancon, and Diablo.
At the first of the season, it look-
ed like AncOn would take it hands
down, but in the following weeks,
Balboa beat Ancon and Diablo
took Balboa. The "A" League is
still anybody's baby.
The "B" League, which is made
up of teams from damboa, An-
cn, Pedro Mltfuel and Balboa is
another situation. Ancon and
Balboa seem to be dominating
with Pedro Miguel right on their
heels. Gamboa, with a little im-
provement and a few breaks
could get in the race.
The "C" League, in which An-
con, Balboa, Diablo and Cocoll
have teams, looks like it will go to
Ancon unless something out of
the ordinary happens. Balboa is
their most serious threat, but will
have to show more than they
have to be on qua Herms with
Ancon.
There are three teams in the
"D" League: Balboa, Gamboa and
Ancon, Gamboa is out in front,
and will probably stay there un-
less Balboa can pull some upsets,
and Ancon can polish off the
Gemboa boys a couple of times.
The "E" League is composed of
six teams, Cocoll. Ancon, Diablo,
Gamboa, Pedro Miguel and Bal-
boa. This one is very hard to pick.
Either Gamboa, Pedro Miguel or
Ancon could possibly win.
Games in all five leagues are
played on Wednesday and Satur-
day mornings in all U. S. Rate
gymnasiums on the Pacific side.
Why don't you come out and
cheer.for your favorite team!
The Cocoll Gym was the scene
of two playground basketball
games on Wednesday. In the first
game, Diablo met Cocoll in a "C"
League encounter with Cocoll
winning, 18 to 11. The second con-
test saw the Cocoli "f League
win over Balboa by a 22 to 12
score.
Cocoli's center. Hill, proved to
be too much for Diablos "C"
League. Hill scored sixteen of his
team's total of eighteen points.
I At the end of the first half the
i game looked like anyone's to win
Las Cocoli leB 8-7. In the second
half. Hill sank five field goals to
gain his team's first win in league
play. For the determined Diablo
five, Glasbum had four points
and Tettenbur nmade six.
After the "C" game, the boys
from the Balboa and Cocoll ""
League stepped onto their Biddy
League court. This game saw play
follow the same as the first.
At the end of the initial half,
Cocoli led 10 to with Colon scor-
! ing all of hi steam's points with
i five field goals. Priest of Balboa
sank three field goals and one
free throw to pace his team.
In the second half the Cocoll
| lads pulled away sinking six field
goals to Balboa's one and a free
throw High scorer for the win-
ners was Colon with ten followed
by Kirkland with six. Priest led
his team in scoring with ten
points.
The box scores:
Diablo "C" PG FT TP
Glassbum, f ..... 2 0 4
Curtis, f...... .. 0 0 0
Reidman, c..... v 1 1
Pustls, g...... 0 0 0
Tettenburn, g .. 3 0 6
Totals......... 5 1 11
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Cocoli "C"
Weaver, f .. ..
Jenkins, f .. ..
HU. c.......
Watklns, g .. ..
Pace, g......
Colon, E., f ..
FG FT TP
Totals
2
0
II
0
0
0
18
Balboa "E"
Watson, R., I .. .
Harbor, F., f .. .
Priest, r.......
Brown, g.....
McKenne, c. .. ..
Watson, J., g ..
FG FT TP
0 0 0
0
I
0
2
(i
4
0
O
I
I
10
0
2

Totals.
12
Cocoll "E"
Douglas, f......
Sanders, f......
Barnes, f......
Taylor, f......
Kirkland, g .. ..
Martinez, f.....
Kielhofer, g .. ..
Colon, C, f. .. ..
Jasnenz, c......
FG FT TP
0 0 0
0 0 0
2 0 4
0 0 II
a 0 6
0 0 0
0 0 0
3 0 10
1 0 2
Totals.........11
22
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Saorts Editor
NEW YORK, July 28 (NEA)-A
major league owner can't buy
pennants, at least not in clusters,
U Tom Yawkey discovered at
Fenway Park.
Sometimes it's
easier for a mag-
nate to trade
himself into a
flag, as Money
Bags Yawkey
may find out, to
his extreme
pleasure, this
year.
The man who
has done most
to put the Red
Sox out In
front, earlier
Xe* Wllllsms than the Boston
Americans have been there since
1940, did not come from their
high-pressured and salaried
ranks.
He isn't Ted Williams, with the
most-feared bat in the business.
He isn't Stephens, Doerr. Dom
DIMaggio or Billy Goodman, the
one-man club. He Isn't Lou
Boudreau, acquired to give the
side the winning slant. He isn't
Johnny Pesky, back at shortstop,
where a lot of baseball men be-
lieved he belonged all the while.
The gent who has contributed
most to breaking the backs of the
opposition, and placing the Bo-
sox in a grand position to fulfill
spring promise for the first time
in five campaigns, is heretofore
obscure Clyde Fred Vollmer.
KNOCKS OFF CONTENDERS
Yankee trouble came from a
totally unexpected source as
Clyde Vollmer swept the set in
the Fens with a grand slam home
run, a two-run homer and a two-
run triple.
Vollmer next took care of the
White Sox, a second annoying
contender, at Comiskey Park. A
two-run homer accounted for the
first half of a double victory at
night. The big German outfield-
er's fly scored the winning run
in the 17th inning of the night-
cap.
It was no fault of Vollmer that
the Back Bay Millionaires drop-
ped the IB-inning decision to the
Pale Hose. He pounded out his
10th homer and two singles for
two more runs-batted-in. He put
the Gold Sox back on the right
track the next afternoon with a
PROPER SETTING Clyde
Vollmer, the current Jewel,
seems to have required the cold
setting that goes with the Red
Sox. (NEA)
line single to eft good for two
runs in the ninth.
Having nothing much else to
do and no use for Outfielder Tom
O'Brien and Shortstop Merrill
Combs. Joe Cronin traded them
to the Senators for Vollmer, on
May 8 of last year.
I
RIG NEWS IN C1NCINNAT
Vollmer got his bit chance
Piles Hurt You!
ii ni'!!,r i""" Infa. TichinJ
ChiwrM. Uo application CMaarail
etart curbln Pile ml.,rlJ *;,
* peJn snd lichlnr. 2. ll.lp. brink
f**- jeUaa llaauaa. I. H.h Aair,
J-roH^ T **""' m
when the baiting holes com-
menced to show in Walt Dropo.
That put Goodman back on
first base and Vollmer In right
field.
Giving you an idea of Vollmer's
ability as a flychaser, he filled in
highly acceptably to center field
for the superb DIMaggio when
The Little Professor was called to
San Francisco by the death of his
mother.
Vollmer finally arriving is
great news In Cincinnati, his old
home town, where he attended
high school and Scout Eddie Rles
picked him up en the sandlots for
the Reds. Vollmer, now 29, stand-
ing six feet one and weighing 190
pounds, showed tremendous ear-
ly promise. He could hit and
throw and run exceptionally well
for a fellow of his size, swatted a
home run on the first pitch to
him in his firs: time up as a big
leaguer. May 31,1942.
REDS GAVE UP RELUCTANTLY
Vollmer did not hit, however,
and the Redlegs reluctantly gave
up on him, sending him out for
the fifth time to Syracuse in 1948,
when 32 home runs and 104 runs-
batted-in prompted the Wash-
ington elub to give two players
and cash for him.
The wholly unobtrusive Voll-
mer was no prairie fire with the
Nationals, either.
Like a lot of players, his possi-
bilities were remote for a long i
time.
Maybe Clyde Vollmer, the cur-
rent jewel, required the gold set-
ting that moM with the American
League side In Boston.
Sports Briefs
NEW YORK, July 28 (UP>
Welterweight Champion Kid Ga-
viln has agreed to defend his ti-
tle against Billy Graham at New
York's Madison Square Garden
on August 29. Promoter Jim Nor-
ris of the International Boxing
Club says the contracts for the
bout will be signed next Tuesday.
They will not include a clause
promising Gaviln a return
match If he loses his title.
LOS ANGELES, July 28 (UP>~
American ski starsDarrell Rob-
ison of Salt Lake City and Verne
Goodwin of Pittsfield. Massachu-
settswill compete at Bariloche,
Argentina on August 18. They
were chosen by the International
Committee of the National Ski
Association for their perform-
ances In downhill slalom events.
TRAFFIC HAZARD
CLEARFIELD, Pa. 10.P.)
Frank Maines, 23, was hospital-
ized with injuries receives when
his wheel barrow collided with
one pushed bv another worker
at a brick plant here.
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Phone 2U-t'ola.
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No. U West lito Slreet-
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 17 "H" StreetPanajsui
No. 12.17* Central Ave.CoMa.
Minimum for
It words
S each additional
word.
FOR SALE
lloiist'holil
FOR SALE: Rugs, medicine chest,
ook rocker, kitchen cupboard, drop
leaf table, floor lorrps, linoleum
rug 9 x 10. 20! Color Beach.
FOR SALE:Chairs, settee, mgga-
x'ne rack, lamp, bolster choir, side
t-.b'es oi bamboo in good condi-
t'on. Ccn be seen ot Cal!e Vene-
zuela No. 10 (upper story) ot
cny time. Maduro family.
FOR SALE: 6 place setting Hot
silver 36 pieces 520.CO. electrolux
cleaner $10.00. China corner co-
bine* mahogany, very beautiful
Jictnot shelvei. 25 cocktail glos-i
sic. small mahogeny tables, pic-
tures. 769-A. Son Pcblo St. Tel.
Balboa 3430. Hczzard.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
Tune-up specialist The Electric Au-
to Lite Co. authorized service igni-
tion ond carburation. Servicio de
Motores S. A. (Morcos VillaneaM
H. St. No. 34. Tei. 2-1746. '
WE HAVE token in too many used
cors end mult sel. ot leal! Pnces
below the average TRADE-IN
value. Many makes and models.
Financing available. NASH
AGENCY.
MISCELLANEOUS
0o *ou hove a drinking arable**?
Write Alcoholics Anonymem
Bo. 2031 A neon, C. Z.
FOR SAL
Miscellaneous
Philliai. Beach cottages. Santo Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR SALE:1948 Cadillac in per-
fect condition. Moke offer. Tel. 3-
2184 2-1075.
Lic?
SALE:Frigidoire 25 cycles 7
i-2 cu. ft e'een and in gcod con-
4 ettion. S125.00. Phone 3-1285
Margonta 8059-B.
J OR SALE:Refrigerator, Notg. 25,
"vrle. 7. cu. ft. $69.00. 1527-B.
(avilan Area. Balboa, phone 2- |
1781. _____ I
FC". SALE:Mohcgony dresser, flat |
top disk, mahogany. Seors iron-
SIKenmore Mangle I, Underwocd
prvvriter. Wm. R. Vin;s. 2117-;
A. Curundu. Phone 83-3205.
' FOR SALE |
Wotorrvrlp"
FOR SALE:1939 Ford Convertible,
four new tires. Dependable trans-
portaron, 366-A, Fronce Field.
Phone Ft. Gulick 8734.
Door
Bex
FOR SALE 1940 Plymouth, 2
Sedpn B.375. Apply NAB,
3090. Ancon.
2-5 FOR
SALE: 1951 Mercury Sport
Sedon, only 1,500 miles, block,
radio, nylon upholstery, W/S tires,
undercooted. seat covers, given ex-
traordinary care. original owner.
Residence 5648-E, Dioblo, 87-
4278.
-a-
FOI SALE: Motorcycle. Indion,
vert col twin. 3.000 miles, coll 4-
r67. House 171-B. Pe'dro Miguel.
Qua),
FOR SALE-ESA molorcycles or-
riving this week. 125 CC's, ond
"ftO CC's. Also, the followino
BARGAINS: 1 'Golden Flosh" 650!
CC. used, in excellent condition.!
$525.00. 2 "Bcntoms" 125 CC.!
used, in excellent condition, duty
pair1, S330.00 each. Ponamiisiea,,
S. A. No. 4. Monteserm St.. iNexn
to Mercado Lolito>.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
BARGAIN:El Voile, one lot 5.365
M2 dean aid level land, wire fen-
ced. Phone 2-1112, Panamo.
FOR SALE-One hectore, 1.352 me-
ters pi land. A'so house and fruit
tres in Rio Abajo. Moke offer.
House m Son Francisco. 500 me-
ters. S4.000 mortgage. Price S7.-
500. lots in Lefevre Park, instal-
ment p'ans. $2.25 $2.50 _
$3 CO a meter Cosh. 10, dis-
count. Coll Cia. Repblica de Cons-
fnjcc'ones. telephone 2-2587. Cn-
trol Avenue No. 141, upstairs, Pa-
nama.
FCR SALE: One concrete block
house. 2 bedrooms, diningroom, liv-
ingroom. bathroom, approximately
40 coffee trees, $S.750. Inquire
house No. 31. Cermeo. R. P.
FOR SALE:To highest bidder
1942 Dodg One Ton Stake Body
Truck, duty paid and fully li-
censed for year 1951. Sealed bids
will be occepted at the offices of
Pan American World Airwoys, No.
5 "L" Street. Ponamo City, and
will be opened Wednesdoy, Au-
gust 1st at 10:00 A. M. Unit may
be inspected ot above address.
FCR SALE-'95C Pontiac 4 Door
Sedon, Hydramatic. Radio, seat
covcis undercooted. Phone 2-3567.
FOR SALE:Eosy Spin Dryer 1940;
RCA toble rodio; 1941 Westing-
house refrigerator; 1941 Cadillac
vacuum cleaner; baby crib; chest
of drawers etc. 366-A. Fronce Field
Phone Ft. Gulick 8734.
FOR SALE:Radio Receiver, Halli-
crofter. 9 tube, 25 cycle, table
model. S-40 A, 4 bonds of AM/
CW reception with headset excel-
lent for radio amoteurs (horns)
and short wave listener. 5648-E.
Diablo. Phone 87-4278.
FCR SALE:Seedling Gloxiana plant*
.50. House 0275-B. Gamboa. C.
Z.
FOR SALE:Crib with mattress, baby
carrioqe. Good condition. Saturday
and Sunday. 720-A. Prado, Bal-
boa.
FOR SALE5C gallon stainless steel
fish tank. Phone Balboa 3339 or
heuse 7IS-A, Prodo.
FOR SALE:Fine-bred Puppies. 10
weeks old. Vilar family. End of 9th
St.. Barriada Ponam Amrico.
Lefevre Park
FOR SALEStudeboker 1939, $250.
00. Con be finonced. Phone Cris-
tobal 3-1342 Brazos Heights,
745 I-A.
FOR SALE: GocV transportation.
1933 Essex Terroplane 4-door,
very good tires and body, $80.-
00. Phone 3-1285, Margarita
8059-B.
FOR SALE:Trucks: One GMC, 5
trn. 1947. excellent cond.tion.-|___
GMC 2 1-2 ton. Army type. 10
wheels. 1942. One International
2 1-2 ton, 1947. long chassis. In-
ternational 2 1-2 ton. 1947, short
chassis. One Mack 5 ton, 1947,
excellent condition. Telephone 2-
0610, Ponamo.
FOR SALE:3 assorted sizes Freon
tanks; 2 Presto-lite tonks, $7.50
ea.: 15 Ib. C02 Fire Extinguisher
55.00; 1-3 H. P. 25 cycle motor,
S10 House 605-A. Tamarind St..
Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Lester Betsy Ross,
Sninet Piano. Gocd condition. Va-
nity dresser. House 8045. 9th.
New Cristobal, Colon.
MOTHERS, for children's weor
nfonts to 4 years visit iAiY-
LANDIA, No 40, 44th Street.
Bella Vista. Tel. 3-1259. ("If it's
for the Baby, we have it"!)
FOR SALE:Western Style Soddle,
nw condition, will sacrifice. House
752-C. Balboo. Telephone 2-3401.
FOR SALE:1951 Mercury 4 Dr.
Sport Sedan. 4.000 miles. Mony
extras. Will consider trade or swap
for two small cars. Phone Balboa
3069.
FCR SALE1946 Nash 4 door se-
nn. Excellent condition through-
out, moy be seen cnytime. House
No. 547. Corozol Hospitol rood
Phr.i A. Ashby. original owner. Tel.
2-2746..
FOR SAUE 24 qts. grade 30 deter-
gent oil; 1 set double wire springs
and nriersjrinq mottress; 4 brand
new tir|es. 700 x 15. 4 ply, with
tubes; jn^lcury camera with
leather cfcr and Args projector.
All good tjuys. May be seen ot
Ouarters 517-B, Curundu Hgts.
Phone 83-4246 from 8 a. m. to 2
p. m. Sunday.
RESORTS
Williams Santa Cloro Beach Cottoges.
Two bedrooms, Frigidaires, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
Gramch'i Santa Cloro beach-
cottages. Electric Ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 oi 4-567
FOR RENT
House
If you are looking for a quiet, re-
fined, comfortable home, you ore
welcome to visit modern duplex
conveniences, lovely
tronsisthmion high-
for appointment 3-
residence. All
grounds on
way. Phone
1484.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished- unfurnished epart
ment. Contact office No. 8061, 10th
St New CristObtjI. Phone 1386. Co-
lon
FOR RENT:Modern, first class fur-
nished apartment, one bedroom,
diningroom, porch. kitchen, ser-
vices, tlectric new refrigerator.
$60.00 monthly, including lights
ond water. Paitilla Airport Rood,
No. 121.
FOR RENT
Room
FOR RENT:Furnished room with or
without board. Cool. Refined. 48th
Street No. 7, Bello Vista.
FOR RENT: One room furnished
opartment. All modern convenien-
ces. Splendid location. 43rd Street
No. 13.
OST & FOUND
FOR SALE:Wonderful reduction ot
Vilanova's; dresses, blouses. lin-
gerie ot ostonishingly low prices,
until the end of this month. Vila-
nova No. 115 Central Avenue.
FOR SALE:German Police Dog. one
yeor old. house broken, loves kids, j
qood wotch doo. House 271-B, Al- .
brook. Tel. 5139.
LOST:-Strayed or Stolen: Pi own
male Cocker' Spaniel, disappeared
Moy 27, from Pedro Miguel, An-
swers to name of "Sarge." Return
to Postmaster, Pedro Miguel, office
phone 4-385. home 4-123,
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED- Retired couple. Good
opportunity. Rent free quorters and
make money at beautiful Coronado
Bench, only 50 miles oway. Ap-
ply Kline at Bblbea 2-7819 or Co-
icnado week-ends.
Ladies. Young ladies, take advantage,
of these barqoins at Vilanova. End
of th month sole. Vi'anova. No.
1 15 Central Avenue. Ponoma.
FOR SALE: 194 1 OldsmrM. S
Sedan, with rodio. Phone Albrook i
2147, Quorters 141-B.
Ga.'s No. 2 Klansman
Indicted For Atlanta
Dynamiting Job
ATLANTA, July 28 (UP)
The Fulton'Countv Grand Jury
Indicted the No. 2 man of the
Georgia Ku Klux Klan and an-
other Klansman yesteray on
felony charges of dynamlttlng a
Negro house here last March 24.
Charles II. (Chuck) Klein.
"Imperial KUgrapp*' (secretary i
and rlghthand man to Imperial
Wizard Sam Roper and James
Knight, a garage mechanic,
were named In the Indictment.
The Grand Jury report clim-
axed five days of Investigation
e*t off by an Atlanta Journal
report that two men were will-
ing to testify about the unsolved self, where he worked as a court
reporter for many years, Ware|
has recently oeen free-lancing.
His short stories have appeared
In the Saturday Evening Post,!
Colliers, Cosmopolitan and else-
where. He has written movie
scripts for Paramount and also I
several radio programs
Ware is here with his wife and |
two daughters. Joy, 15 and Cor-!
llss. 9.
Author Haran Ware
Gathering Material
For Panam Novel
Haran Ware, author of "Come
Fill the Cup" Is spending a short
vacation in Panama gathering
material for a new novel with
Panam as a background.
Ware's novel has already been
made into a movie although the
book will be published by Ran-
dom House late this year. James
Cagney plays the city editor in
a Chicago locale. The picture will'
be released In November.
Originally from Chicago him- |
TROPICAL
TODAY!
W22T reGGrt
dynamiting.
Journal editorial writer Bob
k. Collins the two men who want-
ed to give evidence as George D
81igh. former Exalted Cyclops of
the Oakland City Klan "Kla-
vern" and W. M. Bruce, of Mor-
row. Ga. Both testifiede before
the grand jury vesterdav.
?^ olicitor Gen. Paul Webb ot
Fulton County ordered Kl?in
ana Knight arrested immediate-
ly and held under $5.000 bond
but neither could be found Im-
mediately.
In the March 24 bombing,
windows were shattered and
other damage was done to a
Negro residence but no one was
in the house at the time, polic?
records showed.
Earlier Klein announced from
Klan headquarters here that
cross-burnings had been au-
thorized In all slates where the
Association of Georgia Klans
has Chapters (Klaverns.) These
Include Georgia. Alabama. Ten-
nessee. Ohio. New York. Colo-
rado. Illinois. Indiana and Flor-
ida. Klein said.
CROWN POINT. Ind. (UP) -
Norman G. 8prague. chicken
farm operator, refused to pay a
$198.07 bill for 4.C00 pounds of
broiler mash he fed his flock be-
cause he said it made psychopa-
thic wrecks of them AM 535 be-
came "nervous, excitable and un-
marketable," h* claimed.
Attempted Coup Spurred
By Underground Reds
BANOKOK, July 28 (UP)
A source close to the police to-
day reported that the dissident
naval group which staged an
abortive coup here June 29 re-
ceived financial support from
the iv ferground Bed Chinese
organizaiion in Thailand.
tuck y Oi scorer y for
Hard of Hearing
Thousand, of men end sromea
woo could noi hear tell and wen
almoet def bncauae of ear catarrh
are now making the lucky dlerov-
ery "f 8PANYRX. Uanv mm ta,
the. ran hear a clock lick 10 feet
a.war Oei W'aN'TKX from rour
erofeiai toda; See hew fast M
atiexiiiaiaa *.. hearing
Queen A/fajcBorfftratJe
Sen. Douglas Picks
Showdown Fiohl
Over Truman Judoes
WASHINGTON. July 28 (UP.I
Sen. Paul H. Douglas, D.. 111.,
challenged President Truman to
a show-down battle over two
Illinois ludcchlo appointments
yesterday by declaring the Pre-
sident's choices are 'personally
obnoxious."
If Senate precedents are born*
out and there was every ex-
nectatlon they would be tbi
Senntter refuse to confirm the
President's selections when their
names are formally presented
to the chamber.
President Trumin still can
work for the onflrmpMon of
the two men Jos<*oh .1. Druck-
er and Cornell" J. Harrington
but there seem*d almost, no
chance he could persuade a
mnlorltv of the Senate to over-
ride Dou"las' nrotesfs.
DouTlas announced his stand
n p. ct-rpr>nr In "n'fb he c'ted
his difference-; with Mr. Tru-
mn nvr"- 'I'Knn >wo of the
three vacancies In thp Northern
Ill"oLi Federal District Court.
He also cited results of Illinois
arrt Chicago Bar Association
noils which showed the lawyers
favored his choices for the jobs
b" an "overwhelming and con-
clusive" margin.
NOTE- On SUNDAY 29, We will
open at 7 p:m. The earlier part
of the day has been hired by the
Partido Revolucionarlo Indepen-
diente.
Nearces To Join
All US Troop
llraife- In E FlCf
WASHINGTON, July 28 (USIS)
The U. S. Army will complete
the assignment of Negro soldiers
to all combat units In the Far
East within the next six months.
Such integration of Negroes
into formerly all-white units
''Is already In progress." the
Army Department stated. It said
a similar policy will be carried
out among service or non-com-
bat troops.
For the 24th Infantry regi-
ment, now made up of Negro
troops only, a reslment made
up of both white snd Negro sol-
diers wl" be substituted, the
Army said.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
We run a PERMANENT
BARGAIN SALE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEMS
where the
FINEST QUALITY PAINTS
are priced LOWER
than the cheapest.
Why not save money
buying the best?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
279 Central Ave.
Tel. 3-0140.
Mr & Mrs Canal Zone:
rni < I SHIO.NS Sl.ir-I OVKrls M
K-UPHOLSTERING call at or rMl
our tura oar speciality See ear Orre-
ralore Fabric*. Tree KMlm.tr NA-
TIONAL I'PHOI.STKRV (A Here) J.
F. de la Oaea Ne. 11 fAulo Row)
New Telephone .1-4*2*.
CAMERA STORE
(Lobby Hotel "El Panama"
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 Tivoll Ave. Apt. I
Offke: Tel. 2-JMJ Heme: J-4M7
HOURS: Meada/ thru Friday
lo \i ara,
iHond.r. Weenetday, Thartday
te I p.m.
Saturday t a.m. te 1 p.m.
ALADDIN
KEROSENE Mantle Lamp
to Candle Power ot Modern White
Light. Burna SO Hours On 1 *l. ot
Kerosene. Una* M* AIR Only t%
KEROSENE. Absolutely Safe It
cannot Explode Require no ener-
ator or pump No Smoke or odor.
So Simple a Child Caa Operate 11
$9.95 Lowest Price
ever Offered In Panam.
All P.rii Available.
Oa Sale In All HARDWARE aad
rURNITURE Stores
- Distributors: -
WONG CHANG, S. A.
Unin mi si. a Balboa Are.
Tel 3*3
Panaml 3 Central Ate.
Tel. 2-2**7
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Marshall Says Cheeseparing
Can Wreck Ike's Allied Army
By JOHN L. STEELE
WASHINGTON, July 28 (DP).Defense Secretary George C.
Marshall said yesterday that Gen. Dwlfbt D. Elsenhower's At-
lantic Pact army Is gainlqc "real momentum" and will total 2,-
84a.ee* iifhting men. Including 540,000 Americans, by the end of
next year.
But be warned the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that
Elsenhower'* timetable will be wrecked unless Congress approves
the full KI5M,H),0M which President Truman has asked for mi-
litary and economic aid.
If Congress tries to economise by spreading the program over
two year* as seme lawmakers hare proposed. It will cost Eisen-
hower 14 divisions of badly-needed troops, Marshall said.
Under questioning by the com-
mittee, Marshall said reluctant-
ly that It would be better to cut
defense spending for the armed
forces than to reduce arms
shipments to Allies on the "front
Une" In Western Europe. *
But he said he was distressed
to hear Congress even thinking
of cutting either form of de-
fense spending.
The 71-year-old soldler-states-
mpn then lectured the lawmak-
ers in cold, angry terms for
considering a letdown In the de-
fense effort Just because there
is a chance of a truce in Ko-
rea.
Asserting that Korea is
only an 'incident" in trie ,
Ufe-or-death global struagle
with Communism, Marshall
said "it is itnthinkable...
it is tragic and humiliating''
that American determina-
tion to rearm could be I tak-
en by a single Russian
"peace1' overture.
"1 have been more shocked by
what has happened recently
than In all my experience In
Washington," he said.
"I like gentle people, but I'd
like to see the American people
get a little more hard boiled."
Marshall was optimistic about
the outlook for erectin? strong
European defenses If the present
prrrs aid program Is continued
fullblast.
He said the 3.84O.000 men
which Elsenhower will have by
the end of -1M2 will be backed
ud by an almost equal number
of trained reserves.
That means, he said, that 90-
days after a full mobilization
decree, the pact powers could
put 5,000.000 men m the field
against any agtrressor who
launched an attack on Western
EuroDe.'
Ufarshall said the united
States does not plan to send
any more ground troops to
Europe than the six divi-
sions already announced. Six
full-strength divisions would
total slightly more than 100,
000 combat troops, so the
remaining 240000 men in the
American contribution ap-
parently will be supporting
fardes such as supvly and
communications units.
In addition, the United States
will have substantial naval for-
ce In European and Medlter-
"otifwaff t, oiif sif us" in
the hope that Americans
finally iciU get tired of
spending on defense and let
down their guard.
Belize City Council
Still Holds Stand
Against King George
BELIZE. British Honduras,
Julv 28 (UP)The Belize City
Council today maintained Its
stand against King George VI
of Britain, resulting from local
grievances against the Crown.
Last week the council voted to
forbid the hanging of the
King's pictures In public places
here.
Today majority councUmen
walked out preventing a quorum
For that reason, he said, it ls;at a 8esSion called to adopt a
much too early even to speculate program for the celebration of
on when American ground for-1 the coionys national holiday,
ces might be withdrawn from geDt jq.
Western Europe.
Marshall said a waiting game
could backfire on Russia. He
predicted that the Kremlin "will
have increasing trouble" over
the years maintaining its po-
lice state rule, and that the
trouble "probably will be the interior." He did not elabor-
ate.
Captain GorMer
Named New 151b W).
nspecfor General
They oppose delivery bv the
Mayor of Beu>e of the address
of loyalty to the King, a usual
Item in the program.
CAPTAJN V. F. GORDINIER, fa
n*w Inspector General, 15th
Narval District.
Captain Vfrgil F. Qordlnier,
U.S. Navy, formerly with the Of-
fice of the Chief of Naval Oper-
ations, Navy Department, Wash-
ington, D.C.. has reported for du-
ty on the staff of the Command-
ant, 15th Naval District, as In-
Argentine's Peron
Forsees Enemies
Among Neighbors
BUEN08 AIRES. July 28 (UP)
Argentina's President Juan Pe-
ron today urged the national gen-
darmerie to safeguard Argenti-
na's borders.
Peron said: "Our sister nations
don't represent a danger for us
now. But like any other country
In the world they can be used
surreptitiously today or openly
tomorrow by our enemies for any
of the new forms of Invasion
with which they Intend to con-
trol the world."
ROYAL CROWN
BEATS ALBROOK
(Continued from Page FODR)
Ed Capalbo, both former play-
ers with the Lincoln Life team,
and with his team showing im-
provement in every game, Mauri-
cio is definitely going to be a
threat for second half honors.
The box scores of Thursday'*
games:
FIRST GAME
Lincoln Life FG
Downing........ 2
McArthur. E..... 2
Gibson........ 6
Brady......... 7
Kourany, E..... 1
McArthur, G..... 5'
Kourany, 0..... 4
FT
0
0
3
3
0
2
1
TP
4
4
15
17
2
12
9
Totals.........27
Europe which, Marshall said,
will In
will total about 80,000 men.
.In an exchanie With Sen.
Bourke B. Hlckenlooper. R.. la..
Marsh-11 said the Ur'ted Srt'
must face up to a "long pull"
of costlv prenaredness.
He said Rusria man try to
Alaska Would Keep
Timber Resources
SITKA. Alaska., July 28.
(UP.). Billions of board feet
of southeast Alaska's valuable
spruce and hemlock timber mav
oosslblv he hauled aw'av to feed
hungry saws and pulpwood
grinders in Canada and Puget
Sound.
They will not be if Alaskans
have their way about It.
Individuals, chambers of com-
merce and other organizations
are protesting a proposed
change In U.S. forest service
regulations that would permit
the export of unmanufactured
Alaskan timber.
Mauricio FG FT
3
Luft.......... 7 1
Olhoeft........ 1 1
Mlnott........ 0
Mills.......... 2 0
Oarceron...... 0 '0
Preiho........ 1 0
Cotton.........4
the former Mis Mary Krldler of
Pratt. Kansas and his 18-year-
old daughter. Mary Elizabeth.
They will occupy quarters "F". 10UUS
on the Headquarters Reservation. .*??" By- **Sa ..Is
Captain Gordinler attended the; Lincoln Ufe J 22 36
25
9 63
TP
11
15
3
12
4
0
3
8
6 56
University of Kansas before
duatlng from the Naval Academy |
with the class of 1925. vviiue o.i
sea duty, he served In battleships,
cruisers, destroyers and various
types of Naval auxiliary vessels.
His shore duty assignments in-
cluded Headquarters. 13th Naval
District, Seattle. Washington;
Destroyer Base. San Diego. Cal.;
Instructor at Naval Academy,
Annapolis, Maryland; Staff,
Commander In Chief, United
SUtes Fleet; and Office of Chief
of Naval Operations, Department
of the Navy. Washington. D.C.
During World War II. Captain
Gordinler commanded two de-
stroyers as well as Transport Di-
vision 109. He participated in the
Soloman Islands, New Georgia
and Kula Oulf campaigns. He
was also a Task Force Command-
er of the Atlantic Fleet. During
the atom tests at Bikini, he was
commanding officer of the USS
54
54
63
56
Most Alaskans feel that If .Wharton, Admiral Solberg's Flag-
Heals Eczema
Here it a clean, stainless, penetrating
antiseptic now dispensed by chemists at
trifling cost.
Not only does this great healing anti-
septic oil promote rapid and healthy
healing In open tores and wounds but
bolls mn aimpla ulcera are relieved and
cleanly healed
In skin diseases the Itching at Ecrema
Is Instantly stopped Pimplenskin erup-
tion dry up and scale off In a very few
days. The same Is true of Barber's Itch.
Salt Rheum, ltchln? Toe and feet and
other inflamatory skin disorders
You can obta'n Moone' fcnerald Oil
full strength i In the orlelnal bottle at
ny modem drug store.
the export ban is lifted. It will
mean the end of their hopes
for pulp mills and ether timb-
er processing plants in the ter-
ritory.
West Coast timber processors
are running out of raw mat-
erial for their mills and they
have cast a hungry eye toward
the vast virgin timber tracts
of Alaska. Foresters estimate
there are 85.000,000.000 board
feet of merchantable timber
in the 18.000.000-acre Tongass
National Forest, which covers
much of southeast Alaska.
Rare First Edition
Turns Up In Utah
SALT LAKE CITY, July 28.
(U.P.i. What is believed to
be the fourth copy In existence
oi the first edition of The
Boston News-Letter, flrit re-
gular newspaper in the United
States, has turned up here.
Belt Dailey. 78-year-old son
of a pioneer Utah family, dis-
covered the glass encased edl-
t'on in an old famllv Bible.
The conv is dated April 17-24.
1704.
Dailey said he believed the
volume was brought by his pa-
rents when they crossed the
plains In a covered wagon in
1850 and was left with him
when they returned to Illinois
59 years ago.
Prof. Qulntus C. Wilson, head
of the University of Utah
lournallsm department, said
"the sky would be the limit" on
what a collector or historical
socletv would pav for a en-
ulne first edition copv. He said
even if It is a renrlnt of the
original, it woi'ld still be oulte
valuable as a collector'! item.
ship.
His service awards Include the
Silver Star Medal Yangtse Serv-
ice. American Defense (one
star). American Area, Asiatic-Pa-
cific Area (1 stars). European-
Africa-Mlddle Eastern Area.
World War H, China Service, Na-
vy 'Occupation (Japan) and
Philippine Liberation medals.
Albrook-
Lee .. ..
Fraser ..
Danlelson
Coycault.
SECOND GAME
FG
4
0
1
1
Murto......... 2
Chambers...... 5
Chatham....... 4
Sclafanl. ...... 4
Ingram........ 2
Bean.......... 0
FT
3
0
0
0
0
2
3
1
3
0
TP
11

2
2
4
12
11
9
7
0
Totals.........23 12 58
Royal Crown FG
Tom.......... 1
High tower...... 1
Sonell......... 1
Frazer ........ 3
Sibauste....... 0
Castorina...... 0
Banuccl........ 0
Arosemena. ., .. 4
Jaen.......... 0
Williams....... 2
Cells.......... 10
Blades.........
Santos........ 4
FT
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
1
2
4
2
0
4
15
TP
2
2
2
8
0
0
0
9
2
8
22
2
12
Totals.........27 15 60
Albrook 24 36 49 58
Royal Crown 11 36 51 6
Referees: Tlese and Chance.
Timer: Jack Edna Baldwin.
Scorer: LeBrun. i
IAMES BUCHANAN & CO. LTD., GLASGOW "TOTLANl
Distributors: AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL. S.A.
No. 14 Central Ave. Tel. 2-2766


SATURDAY, JILY 21. 1951
im PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN
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INTER-AMERICAN WOMAN'S CLUE'S____ ,-,,
FASHION SHOW AND TEA WAS OUTSTANDING SUCCESS
The Inter-American Woman's Club maintained their re-
putation for doing things In a "Rig Wj" with thtlr raecees-
ful, combined card-party-tea and fashion show Thursday
afternoon at the Clco Solo Officers Club.
The Club was decorated for the occasion with iar*e bal-
loons, palms and colored streamers by Mrs. Maybelle Tbomp-
aon, Mrs. G. I.. Wallace, Mrs. F. R. Moore and Mrs. Dora Bel
assisted by Miss Irma Leignadler, Andrew Llm and Carl
Pinto.
Mrs. L. L. Koepke. president
of the club, with Mrs. Humberto
Leignadler and Mrs. Frederick
Haseloff were In charge of the
arrangements for the party and
show. Mrs. Hiplito Fernandez,
Mrs. Julia Emillanl. Mrs. C. B.
Diehl and Mrs. P. L. Balay were
In charge of tickets.
Following an afternoon of
cards, tea was served. The long
tables were outlined with red ex-
orla and were placed before the
twenty-one flags of the American
Republics. Presiding at trie tea
and coffee services were: Mis.
Agustn Cedeo, Mrs. P. L. Ba-
lay, Hrs. C. B. Diehl. Mrs. Ra-
quel Castillo, Mrs. Julia Leigna-
dler. Mrs. Antonio Tagaropulos
and Mrs. James Pumpelly.
The Fashion Show followed the
tea. Mrs. Koepke expressed her
appreciation to those who assist-
ed in making the affair such a
success. Among those named
were Motta's who furnished the
dresses and for contributing an
alligator bag for a prize; Mavis'
Beauty Shop who did the coif-
feurs and makeup or the show;
The Officers' Club for the use of
their club; the 60th Army Band
and Ray Cox for their music; the
guest artists for their talent; and
all who participated In the show.
Mrs. Frederick Haseloff was
chairman for the show and was
assisted by Mrs. Perclval Alberga.
Mrs. Enrique Servente, Mrs, Fa-
bian Pinto, Mrs. James Pumpelly
and Mrs. Sidney Passailalgue.
Mrs. Passailalgue announced the
numbers.
Local artUU performed be-
tween the appearance of the
groups of models. Mrs. Harrlette
Anderson and Commander Will-
iam King sang a group of duets
and Mrs. Marguerite Schommer
and Mr. Douglas Maduro were
guest soloists. Little Lollta Marti-
nez did a beautiful "Minuet" bal-
let and Miss Vllma Garcia did a
Spanish Dance. Both girls were
from the Gladys Heurtematte
School of Ballet.
At the conclusion of the pro-
gram the National Costumes of
Panama were modeled. Miss
Margarita Barcenas wore the Po-
llera; Misa Vilma Trevla modeled
the montuna and Miss Lilia Gon-
ralez wore the San Bias costume.
The models were: Joan Dum-
bauld Joan Curtis. Patricia
Shank, Rexina Gauthler, Andrea
and Gretchen WhiUker, Tony
Ann Fisher. Charlene Turner,
Lorraine Hennlng. Jean Shank,
Harriet Burke. Yolanda Toleda-
no, Tita Ibaez. Norma Ibaftez,
Christina Pumpelly, Nancy Sasso,
Marlsin Gonzalez, Gary Powell,
Van Schweitzer. Ross Smith. Lo-
llta Quires. Mrs. Scheweltzer,
Donna King. Mrs. MaxlneSmith.
Olga Leignadler, Helene de Boy-
rle. Chaty Muoz. Jane de Boyrle,
Marlella Qulros. Peggy Lowe. Ly-
onora Ann Smith, Erda Kuhrig,
Marie WhiUker, Harriet Whlta-
ker. Mrs. Gertrude Koepke, Judy
Crooks. Anne Marie Henriquez,
Jllma Lark, Rita Katalinas. Mrs.
Marguerite Schommer, Leticia
Stevenson, Jeanne Hamon, Can-
dy Koepke. Kitty Lowe, Carmen-
clta Fernandez. Aurlta Hepburn,
Herein Herrera. Mrs. W. D.
Ronayne, Mrs. Martha Walther,
Mrs. Rosemary Schaefer. Mrs.
Katy Bemis. Mrs. Mary Sands,
Mrs. Ligia Townsend, Martha
Bell White, Judy Henriquez, He-
len Hay den, Mrs. Irma Burlan-
da, Martha Dltman. Mrs. Jack
Schwartz and Mrs. A. S. Hamon.
An alligator purse, donated by
Motta's was raffled. The winner
was Mrs. William Goebertus. The
door prize, an evening prize, don-
ated by Jhanglmal. was won by
Mrs. C. T. Swearlngen of Ga-
tun.
Captain and Mrs. Ware
Introduced at Dinner Party
Captain and Mrs. Robert L.
Ware were introduced at a din-
ner party given last evening by.
Captain and Mrs. CM. Dum-
bauld at their quarters at the
Coco Solo Naval Hospital.
Captain Ware is the new exe-
cutive officer at the hospital, and
arrived with his family last week
from Washington. D. C.
Invited to meet the newcomers
were: Bishop R. Heber Gooden,
of Ancon, Mr*. JamesBowen. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles WhiUker. Cap-
tain and Mrs. A. C. Smith of the
15th Naval District. Captain and
Mrs. L. L. Koepke. Commander
and Mrs. Mason Morris. Com-
mander and Mrs. Davis Hender-
son, Commander and Mrs. W. D.
King, Miss Alta Hathaway and Lt.
(Jgi R. P. Darrow.
----------!------------"-------^
Truman 'No Comments MacA
Blast; Vows No Disciplining
WASHINGTON, July 28 (UP)
President Truman refused yes-
terday to be drawn into a new
controversy with Gen. Douglas
MacArthur over the Korean war.
Mr. Truman cut short two at-
tempts by reporters to question
him about MacArthur's speech in
Boston Wednesday night.
The ousted Far East command-
er bitterly criticized domestic and
foreign policies of the Truman
Administration, and denounced
current Korean armistice talks
as appeasement."
A reporter read aloud several
passages from MacArthur's
speech, which said among other
things that Mr. Truman, has "no
policy In foreign affairs" except
vacillation" and "drift."
The President cut off the read-
ing with an abrupt: 'no com-
ment."
L?ter. another newsman said
thai Mf.cArthur's speech con-
tained hints that he expects re-
prisals as a result of his criticism
of the Administration before the
Senate committee which Inves-
tigated his dismissal.
Mr. Truman interrupted to say
that he still had no comment.
"Is any disciplinary action a-
gainst MacArthur under consid-
eration." the reporter asked.
No. Mr. Truman replied short-
ly.

I IIIIAl7:fl 9:00 p.m.
m^ "A Fine
y ^ Successir ti
* *%} Maugham's
"Has any military officer ever
been subjected tp reprisals for
testimony before a Congressional
committee?"
Never. Mr. Truman said. He
added that he would not let them
testify In the first place if he
felt that way about it.
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artwell Dinner Party
A dinner party was given at
be Gatun Union Church Thurs-
.ay evening to bid goodbye to Mr.
uid Mrs. David Howe, who have
en members and workers in
he church for almost thirty
ears and also to honor the pas-
ar, Rev. J. W. L. Graham. Mrs.
.raham and Miss Janet Graham,
vho sailed yestbrday for a States
scat ion.
The group was seated at a large
U-shaped table decorated with
sprays of red exorla. Seated at
the head table were the honorees.
Mr. and Mrs. William Badders
and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Lane.
During the evening Mrs. How-
ard Harris presented Mrs. Howe
a handsome Army and Navy ta-
ble cloth as a remembrance from
their friends In the church and
community.
Informal talks were made and
a social hour was enjoyed. Mrs
Caleb Clement sang a so-u.
Mrs. Benjamin Brundage was
chairman ol the-committee for
the dinner and was assisted by
Mrs. Leon Egolf, Mrs. E. E. Sterns
and Mrs. Richard Pennlngton.
Luncheon for Joan Blalr
Kaye and Virginia Dlgman.
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Dignam of Margarita, were co-
hostesses for a luncheon at the
Hotel Washington Wednesday,
honoring Miss Jean Blalr who Is
Surgeon General In Korea
Sends Radio To Medics Here
By JOHN L. CUTTER
Medical personnel of the U.S.
Army Caribbean were greeted this
week hi a congratulatory radio
message from MaJ. Gen. George
E. Armstrong. The Surgeon Gen-
eral on the occasion of the Ar-
leavlng this weekend to reside in'! my Medical Services' 17th birth- cally dependent.
.. mm* I Ma\i tilHlV I TKo At-nti>'.< i-i
were made during this period of
unprecedented stress, the out-
standing development being the
"Leterman Plan" for evacuation
of sick and wounded, on which
present-day procedures are basl-
the States.
The other luncheon guests
were: Misses Margaret Joudrey.
Donna Geyer. Muriel Morland
and Betty Ta'rr.
Cadet McGinn "
Returns to West Point
Cadet Charles McGinn, son of
Mr. and Mrs Thomas McGinn of
Gatun, left by plane for Wash-
ington, D.C.en route to the Uni-
ted SUtes Military Acndemv at
West Point. N.Y. He will visit re-
latives in Philadelphia before re-
turning to school.
day today.
General Armstrong is now
Panama (^ana/ {clubhouses
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Joan BENNETT
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MR. MALONE
Sunday "CO FOR BROKE"
BALBOA
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4:30 6:30 8:30
spectlng medical Installations In
the Far East Command.
His message read in part: "I
wish to extend my greetings to all
of our personnel, wherever sta-
tioned and to express my deep
pride In their skill and perform-
ance.
"In Korea and Japan, dogged
heroism and high professional
standards are achieving new mir-
acles In the treatment of battle
casualties. In all the areas of the
world In which Army Medical
Service officers and enlisted per-
sonnel are assigned, their devo-
tion to duty and their conscien-
tious eHort are winning new bat-
tles in the war against disease
and adding new pages to the
proud history of the service.
These are uncertain times, but I
know taht no matter what chal-
lenge may arise In the future,
! will be met by the men and worn-1
en of the Army Medical Service."
The Medical Service dates from
a recommendation by General!
George Washington made In 1775,
after the need for such an organ-!
Izatlon had become apparent In ,
the Battle of Bunker Hill. The
Provisional Congress of Massa- !
chusetts, upon the recommenda-
tion of Washington, created the
first military medical service |
known In America and appoint- !
ed as its Director General and
Chief Physician Dr. Benjamin
Church of Boston.
The first Army Regulations,
wrltUn in 1780. contained a
chapter on "Treatment of the
Sick'' which gave some Informa-
tion that would still be considered
sound.
During the years leading up to
the Civil War the organization of
the Medical Service continued to
take positive form, but the war's
outbreak found the Army medi-
cally unprepared. Rapid strides
The Army's Interest In tropical
In- medicine early In the 1900's, lead-
ing to the triumphs of Dr. Will-1
lam Gorgas In large-scale sani- i
tatlon, opened the eyes of the
world to preventive medicine.
In World War I. deaths from
diseases were reduced to a 13-10
ratio as against deaths from bat-!
tie action, compared to a 2-1 ra-
tio In the Civil War. World War
II, despite the fact that about 60 I
per cent of the total Army was
overseas, exposed to every con-
ceivable health hazard, was the
first war In our history in which
fewer men died from disease than
from battle injuries.
Sports, Square Dance
End Summer Program
At Pacific Clubhouse
Hundreds of youngsters who
participated in this year's sum-
mer recreation program on the
Canal Zone, will assemble tonight
at the Pacific Clubhouse for
sports events and a square dance
party. This event Is an annual
affair and Is considered the clos-
ing phase of the summer recrea-
tion program.
For weeks, youngsters from At-
lantic and Pacific side local-rate
towns have been shaping for this
BOSTON WAS FIRST |
BOSTON (UP) Boston's ftra
alarm system, the first box and
hook and central recording sys-
tem in the world; will be >10O
years old in 1952. More than 2JG0O
fire chiefs and signal experto will
be invited to attend a four-day
centennial celebration. -,-
big event, which is one of the top
features of the program Among
the group will be tots of seven
and eight years of age. who do
their best to put on a good show.
The general public Is Invited to
visit the Pacific clubhouse far the
dance exhibition which get un-
derway at 8 p.m.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, JULY tt, 1M1
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Methodist
rat MtTHouisi church
iBrltlsri Conference.
Minister Hev. la. tieruei t Moon
8:08 .ui. Morning Prayer and Sermon
1:00 p.m. Sunday School
4:00 Man> Mealing.
1:U o.m. Evening Prayai and Sarmon
TElSrr METHOD CHURCH
7th Street and Melender Avenue.
Coln. II J?
Rev Norman Pratt. Minuta
Sunday Servir* at 1:30 am and .15
pit.: Sunday School tor all age at 3
Monday 1:30 o.m. Weekly Pravet
Mee ring.
UICNKXKB aUTHOOISl CHURCH
S:ver City. C.Z.
Rev. Norman Pratt. Minlstet
Sunday Services a a.m. and 6:IS p.m.
Sunday School (or all age at 8:30 pm
Tuesday 7:30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting
Salvation Army
Panama City. Cmle a at reuieio
Service at if a.m and 7:311 p.m. (Mat-
ar Wilson i; Sunday School at 3 p.m.
La Boca: Services at II a in and 7 Mu
b.ui. Sunday School at 3:30 o.m
Had lank: Service at 7:30 o ni Sundav
School a! (Hi o.m
Colon. Mth Street
Service it........ 11 .in. *'1:30 p.m.
fMsndav School a: ...........3:00 pin
' Coln. 3rd Street
Service at ...... 11 am 1*1 o.m
Silver City
tarvlee at ................. 1:30 p.m.
undav School at...........3:30 o m.
Ssr
Seventh Day
Adventist
Cicitlc Side
Cabo Verde. Panama City No 1 J A
Maynard. Panama City No ? Jamaica
SeoMty Hall iSaDDath Service only.,
Adolphus Lawes Chorrillo. P A ileniy.
Rio Abajo. Q. D. Abrahams. GamOoa A
A. Brzale, and Spanish Cllv Church f-
duerdn Hiii i. .l..i
AUantu Side
Colon 1'hiro Street. Joseph Bryan, Cris,
lobul fcnglish New Church t A Cruck-
ahank. Cristobal Spanish Church B J
Mason No Sunda night service at
present
' SHObalh school each churcn Saturday
8:30 am. Divine worship 11am Sunda
Xi service at all churches esoeni
iwlse Indicated
Union Churches
When all IToiesiaiii cuupcrait with
nlty in essential, liberty In nan-
asentais tmd charli In all ihlng
1 ' f/Hl ATLANTIC SID
Crksmuai .
The Rev ehilllp Havenei Pastot
Phone 3-14*3
10 47 Wnrsh.p service and Church-tlmr
uraerv
l.i.n Voung Peoples Meeting
Calun _
The Kev J vVllham L Uraham Pastor
6:00 y 3u Broadcast on HUr. HPSK
ana riON .
Ai Sunday Scnooi
live v. in-ii i. Service.
ItiiJ Christian Kndeavor
HaUgarita
Th Hev Henr Hell Paatoc
Phone -MM)
8:1:11 BiDle School
10:45 Worship service and Church-time
our Mr y.
6:30 Youth Fellowship.
rn> PACIFIC SIOI
BaJbaa
bulbo* Kuad at San Pablo Street
Kev Alexander Shaw. Paaloi
Phone 1-I4HO, Ulc Phone 3-323
6 -< Cnuicn school Free Ma ** "ii
|6 Jii Worship serviri inn Chinch linn
turf..)
' [U.i suuui cui.giegatiuii*
i un Chi Kin. Senloi HI Fellowship
6:00 Pom HI Fellowship
7:SO Service Centered On Song
Ali services in Cainboa Civic Cenlei
The Rev Raymond A Gray Mlnlslei
Phone 6-130
1:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Worship service
Pear Miguel
i.::o Church School
19:13 Divine Worship
J:30 Evening Vespers
Unitarian
Ms
uMIAKIAr.
SDCIHl
iu :n a m
JWB Aimeo
Force. Service
Cemei Librar
Balboa C.Z
/out inviianor
to liberal
ilgion

boptlSt
MATIUSAl i. i.'iim .ttimitr
Panama Bapl.l. Pryei Meeting 5.30
ai Divine Service, 8:30 a.m Divine Sei-
*ice 7:14 pm and Serving ot The Loid's
Supper ' bo'h Service- Sundav School
3 .OD l) m
Boya tta,-nr.i. L* Boca, c L Divine
Service 11.Co a.m aud 7:30 pjn Serving
the Lord's Suppei at both Service Sun
day School r n-OO pm
New Hope. Chiva-Clnva C /. Divuie
rice II no ni S'inilnv School ai
O
Churchei tyf the many faiths in lha Canal Zana, ana* tha
ftrminal citiei f Panama and Calan, Republic of Panama, en-
tena a welcome at all lime fa man and women of tha armed
ervicei. and fa civilian nciahbars, friendi and stronaera.
As gubhc service, tha Panama Amaricen list* below, by
denominations, notices af hears af worship and other rtgulor ac-
tivitias.
Listing! af laifei denominations ara In alphabetical order,
which ii reteted fram fima fa time Danaminatiant having only
ana W two congrcgattars! ata Hitad undtt "Other Churches And
Services." A special listing M included fat services at Army poits.
Air Ferce balls and Naval stations
Minuten, church secretaries and chaplain ara sked fa in-
form tha niwi desk by Wednesday noon at the latest of iny
channel far tha earning Saturday'i church peae.
Worship .................... JO p.m.
Prayer Meeting (Thura.) ... 7:30 p.m.
Catholic
(Listed below aie Uie Catholic Churche
in the Canal* Zone and llioie in the ter-
minal cms ol Panama and Colon whose
-oiigiega;n.ii> are primarily bnglisli-
peaking Besides these, the Cathedral in
Panama City, Uie Cathedral ot the in.-
maculate Conception in Colon, and num.
emus pariah churches In both cities, wel-
come English speaking visitors, though
their congregations are otiniarlly Span-
ish-spenking.i
ST MARY'S
Balboa
Sunday Mauee: Sir, 6:00, 10:00, 11:00.
12:00 in
Benediction: 5:00 p.m.
Holy Day Misses: fita, 6:00. 11:10, 11:33
a.m.
Contesslons: Saturday3 30, 3:00 p.m.
7:00, 6'00 p.m. Thursdays for first
Friday7:00, 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal NovenaMonday at
7:00 p.m.
Rosary every evening ai 7:00.
SACRED HEART
Ancon
Sunday Masses: Saw, :30. 0:30 a.m
Holy Days: 3:53, 7:30 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday^30. 3:00 p.m.
7:00. 6.00 u.in. Thursday lor First
Friday-7:00, 8:60 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devolions-Frlday at 7:00
p.m,
Confessions Sat. 3:30, 3:00 p.m. 7.00
to 8:00 pm.
Instructions for adults. Tuss. dr. Frl.,
7:30 p.m.
1st. Sat. Devotion, every lit. Sat. after
Masa.
OUR I.ADY OF ROOD COUNSEL
Gamboa. C.7..
Pastor. Rev. Charles Jacobs, CM.
Sunday Masses, 7:00 & 8:30 a.m.
Weekday Masses, 6:30 ajn.
Holy Day Masses. 5:43 Jt 6.30 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Tuev 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Novena service, Frl.. 7:00
p.m.
Confessions Sat. 7:00 p.m.
1st. Sat. Devotion, every 1st. Sat. after
Mass.
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
First Church of Chrlat, Scientist. Ancor
560 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11:00: Wednesday 8:00 D.m
Sundav School 8:30 a.m
First Church ot Christ, Scientist, Cristobal
13th Street Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 a.in Wednesday 1 30 p m
Sundav School 8:30 am
Christian Science Society, (iamboa
Civic Cerler Building
Sunday 11:30 am First 4 Third Wed-
'.esday 7:30 pm
Sundav School 10:15
Sundu
Holy Days
"i\.
ST. TERESA'S
Cocoll
Maas: 8:10 a in.
6:00 a in
im
Rev. S. H, Brawn, Minister
Gjaawva. C.Z. Divtne Seivu- i ii m
jSTarid 7.31' pm woh Sunda School
at J:8" nni
Bev. A. W. tnj.k. Mlnlslar
BHe.Aoan HP Sunai. cnool at
SaW pm
COLUI.I UAfTIS'l CHCMCH
-y" Msllduig 305. Bruja Road
Rav. Paul C. Beli Pim
Baa rl n Every Sunday
gundoy Schoal ............ .44 a m
Praa^snlr.g Servica ........ lu la n.
Training Union ........... *:ou um
fraacuing Services.........oj o m
fcrrotrlethood 7 JO pm eser Monday
Midweek Prayei S-r . : fir even
Mond.iv es-e.i ,
^ viff^tfip
e-|l BAfl'IM .in..11.
B.i.O'.a rteighi. C .
C27 Aocou Boi;learo
Otaer 'B' Balooa l-e.tnu
Pnc.ie BalSoa 17 r.
Ckurrli avia from name
i rlromr lust Iriendlv'
l I 111 Mil CHAPEL
Curundu
Sunday Maas: 8 30 a in.
Holy Days: 5:45 a.m.
Confession: 3:30, 5 00 p.m. Saturdays
ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel
Sunday Maas: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Days: 6:30 a.m.
Confessions: Sa.tirday7:15. 7:45 pm
Roaary: Monday, Wednesday and Satur-
day at 7:00 p m.
Catechism Classes: Sunday-10 30, 11:30
a.m.
ST. JOSEPH S
Paraso
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a in.
Holy Days: 5:45 a.m.
Confessions: Satuiday3:30. 4:00 pro.
Rosary: Tueaday-7:00 pm
Catechism Classes: Sunday 10 30. 11:30
a.m..
. VINCENTS
Panam
Sundav Masses: 6 00. 8:30 am.
Holy Day: 6:00. 6:30 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday-3.00. 5:00. 7.00,
6:00 p.in
Before Holy Days: 7:00. 8:00.
Rosary every evening: 7:00 p m.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SAI.IE
Rio Aba)o
Sunday Maases. 6:30. 8 30 a.m.
Benediction: 4:00 p.m.
Hnlv Day Masses: 5:45 a.m.
Confession: Saturday3:30. 4:30 p.m
Friday after Mlraculaus Medal No-
Mlracnlou Medal Novena-Frlday 7:00
p.m.
Rosary: Monday and Wednesday -7:00
p.ni
ST. THERESES
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m. Holy Day Maw:
Sacred Heart Devotion*: Friday 7:00
Confessions: Salurday-330. 3:00. 7.00.
8:00 p.m.
Roaary every evening except Tuesday at
7:00 p.m.
lOlO SLITO PLAsSHED
Pastoi Rev Wm J Finn CM
Sunday Mass ....... i :43 a m
Holv Day Mar ............ 00 am
Sunday School............ 3:44 a.m
Service Thursday nights .. .or
Cnnfesslnns before Mass
CHURCH Of THE HOL tAMILT
Margarita. C.Z
Rev William J Finn C M
Mam
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th. e. U St.
Pastor. Rev. Vincent Ryan, CM.
Sunday Masses. 7. 8 & 10:30 am.
Weekday Mass, 6 SO am.
Sat., 8:00 a.m.
Holy Dav Masses. 6:00 tt S:00 a.m.
Confessions, Rosary, nightly 7:00 um
Sundav School after the 8 a.m. Mass.
Miraculous Medal Novena services
Mori 5:00 7 00 p.m.
1st. Sat. Devotion, every 1st. Sat. after
Mam.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway. Gatun, C.Z.
Pastor. Rev. Francis Lynch, CM.
Sundav Mas, ml a.m.
Weekiiav Masse, Thurs. 6:30 a.m.
Sal. 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass. 7.00 a.m.
Mlrru-ulous Medal Novena service
Mon. 7 1.'. p ni
,li. Friday. Confession. Communion,
: 7:13 p.ln-
Co.ilesiions Sal. 6:30 Jc 7:00 P m.
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
G .urn. Near Thicks
Pastor. Rev. Francis Lynch. CM
Sunday Mpi. 6:43 am
Weekdiv Mat-c Tues A.Frl. C 00 int.
Holv Dav Mass. 6:00 am.
Miraculous Medoi Novena service
Frl. 7:15 pm.
IT
Episcopal
ANCON, /
THE CATHEDRAL Ot SI LUKE
The HI. Ke; R. Hebei Oooden. Bishop
The Very Rev Raymond T Ferris. Dear
7 'in a.m Holy Communion
8:30 am Cathedral School
10:45Morning Prayer and Sermon
i Kit -i Sunday of the mnnlh Hnlv Com-
nunlon and Sermon i
7.00 o m.- Evening Prayei and Sermon
CRISTOBAL. B.P
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
led St neai U, Navy
Rev. Milton A Cook-son. Pastoi
Holy Communion 1:1 am
Church School 8:30 a.m
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11:00 a.m
(H.C. first Sunday In th month I
Young People's Vei.ei Servica 4JO
<>.m
Wednaaday. Holy Communion 8 JO p.m
Choir Rehearsal 7JO am.
A House of Praver for all oeople.
COCOLI
Church of St. AndMw
liie Hev Unle.ni C Montgomery.
Rev. M. A Cookson. Chap. USNR
Holy Ccenmunion 7:30 a.m
Sunday School 8:30 m.
Public-worship 10:45 a in
(H.C flnil Sunday In the month.)
Young People's Fellowship 4:00 pm
Choir rehearsed Wednesday evenings
it 6:30 p.m _ _^
Women's Auxiliary and and 4tb Thur
days at 7:30 p.m.
House of Prayer and Fellowship for all
oeopla
COHOZAL
Good Shepherd
The Ven. A. P. Nightengale
7 30 a in. Eveiv frlday: Morning Pray
(H.C let Frldav.i
41. Simon's
10:30 am
Communion
10 30 a m
dig Prayer
3:00 p m
5 00 and I
i 3i i p m
!'DO pm
ith Sundav
7:30 om
cleiy
7 30 p m
vVnman's A
GAMBOA
Church: Rev DA. Osborn.
2nd and 4th Sundays Holv
. tt Sermon.
1st and 3rd Sundavs Morn
it address.
Sunday School
I 00 p.m' Youth Oiganlzatlon
Evening Prayer and address
Service it Penltenllarv Ever
fuesdat Girls Frlendl So
2nd and 4th
uxlliary
fhursdav
Gamboa Penitentiary
Holy Communion 4lh Sunday 2:00 pm
LA~ BOCA
St Peter's Church
Rev Lemuel B Shirley. Prlaet
6 a.m.Holy Communion.
7 a.m.Choral Eucharist and Sarmon
10 .m.-Mornlne Praver nd Church
School
5pm -Holy Baptism
7:30
Ueniy
Past
___ 1 30 a in
... 10 45 a in.
... '30 u in
... 7 :'JI o in
William II
ly sen J. .
ing vi'orah'.p ......
Qlt Training Union
ttlis'ic Sarvic .
I B'.ble Study
(Every Wednesday)-------
Man's Bro'Jierood
(Lagar Mondar ir. mi nth
ATLANTIC BAP1ISI
-.i var Avtnt'a at iSlti Sire.
Crktoaai. C.Z
Rev Fred L Jore- Pasuu
k^wr lavtutllra Ta Worship'
I^I^BRchn.,.............. 1 44 m
Varvhip ............. n w. am
^^Hga Untan ............ i JO pm
l 3d o m
I 20 om
CHURCH
On/as-icm Sat- ":15 8 00 pm.
1st. Sat. Devotion, every 1st. Sal af!
Mas.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH
Margarita. C Z.
Pastor. Rev. William J. Finn. C M.
Sundav Masses, 7 30 Je 1:30 am.
Holy Day Mas. 6 00 am.
Miraculous Medol Novena service
Mon. 7:00 pm.
IratructIon for adults Pri. 7 00 pm
f-i-.'e--. 3 00 p.m
ST JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Coln. lOili tt Broadway
Pastor. Rev. J. Riyniond Maoh^le CM.
Assistani. Rev. Robert Vignola. C tt
Sunda Manan, t. 45 & 8:00 am.
V.'eeltdnv Mas.-. B:4S o.m.
Kolv Day Masses. 5-4.1 dc 8:00 a.m.
1:. Frl. Masses. 3:4.". X: 8:00 a.m.
Communion. 8:00 a.m.
- Bua.. 4 00 pm.
Miraculous Me<\l Novena services
W 1, ' I- ,' "O p in.
Novena of the Sacred Her. Frl. 7:15
p.m.
Confessions Sat, 4:00. 5 00 pan. &
7 : u 1.. K:0a p in.
Sunday School. 3:00 pin.
Discus-ion Club. Young men of Parish
Sun. 3:00 p.m.
Instructions for adults seeking know-
ledge of the Catholic Church. Mon. it
Thurs. at 7:13 p.m.
1st Sat. Devotion, every 1st. Sat after
i Mas
ST. VINCENTS CHURCH
Silver City, C Z.
I Pastor, Rev. R.-ymond Lewis, C M
Sunday Masses. 5.45 4. 8:00 p m.
Weekday Mass, 6-00 a m.
, Holy Dav Masses. 5.30 4 6:30 am
I Sunday Schoc:. 11 00 a.m.
.-rulous Medal Novena service
. Trc 7:00 p ni.
1 aptism. Sun, 4:00 p m.
1 J pm. vespers and Sermon
Communion Tuesdays and Thursdays
7 am. Wednesdav nd Fridays 8 am .
Girls Friendly 6 and 7 p.m Monday, b
p.m. Tuesday: Vesper nlghtlv at 7. ex-
cept Saturdav Compline 7.30 0 m
MAROARITA
St Margaret's Chapel.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev M A Cookson
Sunday School 1 a.m Evening Prayei
1:00 o 1
PALO SECO
Church of The Holy Com(or(ei
The Ven A F. Nightengale
Every Mondan 8.30 ni Holy Com-
nunlon
PARASO
Kev D. A OsDorne
k (Hi a in Holy Communion 2nd Sunda.
9 30 a m Sunday School.
5:30 p m evening Praver tno and 4th
Sundays
Monday 1:00 p.m Youth Meeting
Wednesday 6:30 um Girls' Frlendl
Socielv
BED I ASK
Rev D.A Osborne at Rev C A Cragweli
11:00 .m Holy Communion and Ser
mon 1st nd 3rd Sunday
UN a.m Morning Prsyei ind add-
'ess: 2nd nd 4th Sundays
3 00 p.m Sunday School no Baptism
7 30 pm Evening Pravet nd address
md and 4th Sunday
PANAMA err
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
A. f Nightengale. B D MIL
nd The Rev Rlt? Reginald Atwell
Venerable Archdeacon
6:00 a.m Holy Communion 600 m
7 00 n m Evensong and sermon
CHRIS1 CHURCH Bt-THf-SEA
Colon. R de P
(Opposiie Hotel Washington 1
The Rev Mfllnert J Peterson
STB Rector
SUNDAYS
6am Holy Communion
9am. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10 .10 a m Church School
7:30 o m Solemn Evensong Sermon
it'EDNKSDAYS.
6 a rn Holy Communion
7 30 p m Evensong and Sermon
8 .10 o m Adult Confirmation C1a
THURSDAYS.
3 o.m Praver Guild
FRIDAYS
8 p.m Children! Eucharht
7JO Dm Choir Practice
SA7URDAYS:
10 m Children s Confirmation Class
7:30 pm Compline and Meditation
GATUN
si. Geerge's Charrk
Gatun. C.Z
Hr Snlnmaei N Jacobs
Sundays.
6 44 a m Church School
8:44 a.m Mornljsg Prsysr
I0OO sm Holv Eucharist and Sermon I
Tueadaya:
7:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Also Holy
Oays and Saints Days.)
Wednesdays:
1:00 p.m Evening Prayer.
100 p.m. St Vincent Guild.
Thursdsys.
7 JO pm. Choir Rehearsal
(lev. Solomon
Han
N j.
cobs-
Sundays :
6:45 a.m. Morning Prayer.
7:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist and Sermon
3:00 p.m. Church School. '
6:00 pm. Evening Song, Thursdays
7:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Also Hoi
Oays and Saint Days.)
7:30 pm. Evening Prayer. Fridays
5:006:00 p.m. Prayer Guild
7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal.
8:30 p.m. St. Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion at 10:43 am on the
I JO p.m. Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO
SI. Christopher's
The Rev. Antonio Ochoa
7:30 a.m. Choral Eucharist
10:00 a.m. Church School.
6.00 p.m. Solemn Evensong.
Thursdays and Holy Days H.C. 7:00
tin.
Wednesday and Holy Days 8 30 a m
Holy Communion,
(First Sundav of everv month
Jewish
Jewish Welfare Board. Bldg. fgg-JL La
Boca Road, Balboa. C.Z. Baibbi Nathan
Wltkln director.
Services on Frldsy, 7:30 pimi
(See siso listings of Jewish sendees
under Posts. Bases and Sudona.)
Congregation Kol Shearlth Israel. Ave-
nida Cuba and 36th Street, Bella Vista.
Panam City. Rabbi Harry A Merleld
Service on Friday. p.m
Lutheran
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
-The Church al the Lulhersn Hour"
IL 1. Btrnthal Pastoi
U0 Balboa Road. Balboa
Sunday School and Bible Class 8 a m .
Worship service 10:15 a.m., "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good A
(riendlv welcome await all visitors Pot-
luck supper second Sundav each month
6:30 p.m.. game night, fourth Sunday
i:30 p.m. The Service Corner, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extends a cor-
dial welcome In all mllltarv personnel
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIMC SIDE
PreiesiHH
1UHI AMADOR
Sunday School.............,,
Morning Worship................
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School. Bldg 154 .,,,,,
Morning Worship...............
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School..................
Morning Worship ...............
ALBROOK AIB FORCE BASE
Bible School ...................
Morning Worship ...............
Youth Group ...................
Servlcemen'a Hour ..............
US. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship ...............
HQTRS. ISth NAVAL DISTRICT
Monlrng Worship .................
Catholic
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Masa .....................
Sunday Mass.......,........,
12TI1 STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Mass...................
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Mass...............,..,
FORT KOBBE
Dally Masa.....................
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l.-iTH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mass ...................
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sundsv Mas ...................
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mas .....................
Sunday Manes .......... 7:45 &
6:15
10:00
9:00
10:15
10:00
11:00
9:44
10:45
4:00
7:00
13:45
8:13
7:30
9:00
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6:30
8:45
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Saturday
FORT CLAYTON
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JWB. Balboa. C.Z.
Friday........
Jewish
AIR FORCE BASE
5:00
4:00
7:00
7:30
ATLANTIC SIDE
Prolesianl
FORT DAVIS
Protestant Worship Service...... 9:00
Ft IB I Ul'UCK
Sundsy School .................. 8:00
Morning Worship ............... 10:00
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sundsv School ......... 9:30
Protestant Worship Servica ..... 11:15
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Msss
FORT GULICK
Sundav Mss
COCO SOLO
Sundav Mas .
Catholic
10:00
6:00
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And Services
BAHA'I CENTER
Apartment 1 Lux Building. 34th Street
Panama Monday: Lectures and Dis-
cussions 8:00 u 111
Church ol Jesus Christ al Lallei Day
Saints (Mormon) Balboa C.Z
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Services 10:30 a m
At JWB Armed Forces Servirse Cenlei
in La Boca Road
CHURCH Ot CIIRIS'l
0841 Balboa Road, Balboa
W Harland Dilbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3602
SUNDAY SERVICES
BiDle Clases lot all age ____ 10:00 am
Preaching snd Communion ... 1U45 a.m
Preaching and Communion .. 7:00 pm
MIDWEEK SERVICES: .
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 1M pm
Ladle' Bible Claa Thursday 1*5 o.m
CHURCH Of CHRISTOld Crbnebal
SUNDAYS.
We meet in the American Legion Hall
in front of the Clubhouse
Moming Worship m 45 s.m
Visitors welcome
Ladles Bible Smdv at Gatun
Phone Gatun 416 ot Ft Gullck 30
CURUNDU PROTESTAN!
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chanlaln William H Blsli
Sundsy School ................ 9:48
Morning Worship................ Ila
Young People's Servica ......... S:4.s
Evening Worship ............... 7:80
Prsyer Meeting Thursday ....... 7:00
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 am and Saturdav 9JO am
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
SI Raphael The Archangel
13th St Wast No I
Holy Euchsrisl- Sundav at 1:30 a m
Tuesdavs. Wednesday snd Thursdav"
6:30 a.m.
Sacrament 01 Unctrbn (Healing Ser-
vice 1 First Sundav of each month at
7:30 o m
Mount Hsllbeth Chrtetia Charrk
Panama. R.P
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ufficlantlng.
Morning Worship at ....... 6 00 m
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Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
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THROUGH MICROSCOPE AND TELESCOPE
Reauion: When the President and Barney Baruch met "by
chance" recently in Secretary of Defense George Marshall's resi-
dence, not lar from Washington (confirming Walter's beat that
they had quietly reconciled by mall), the President embraced the
eider statesman and simply said, "I'm sorry."
At the moment, Acheson and Marshall are trying to persuade
the President to speak out loud and warn Russia that II trouble
starts, in Yugoslavia we will consider it lust as though the Reds
had moved on any part of the U. S___The Prez may deliver a
speech to tuat tiled soon.. .Top brass figure that the rains kept
trouble from getting out at hand as ot now...But the wagers
are privately made among certain Pentagonlans that there will
be war between Yugoslavia and Bulgaria (provoked by Russia)
by September...They're beeting so, 7 to 3...Russia wants a con-
tained war to that area... England and France are against the
U. 8. intervening...They fear It would not be contained but
would bring on V/jrld War III.
In Korea, the Russians found their jets ware faster
than ours, but didn't have our firing-power,. .They dis-
covered that when we knocked them oft sis to one, though
. their Jets flew at us fsstand away faster.. .Our produc-
f tion is far greater, and our men, trained with autos and
. > mechanical gadgets since they were kids, could handle
' planes better.. .As a final test, the Reds flew Jn their top .
( men.....We knocked those off three to one. Russian pilots
r were ordered to try to fall, if they had to. outside UN
, territory, but we nabbed plenty of Russian pilots and ,
t c/ews...The captured Russians and Chinese Commies re-
j vested that they were kept in the dark about the truce...
Malik's speech was a complete surprise to them.....That
I explains why they are still fumbling about withdrawals.
LABOR NEWS...............
BY RONALD REAGAN
Pretident, Screen Actor Guild
(AFL)
(Victor Riesei is on vacation.
Ronald Reagan, Presi dent,
Screen Actors Guild (AFL), is
substituting for him today as
special guest columnist.)
Top intelligence circles must be wondering where all this stuff
cajne from...As for instance: Chiang has recruited new strength.
He has rounded up a lot of warlords who have private paid armies
....They say the "business" In Kroea is a complete vindication of
Mac Arthur... The 38th Parallel matter probably will never be
settled.. .Mainly because, as we understand it, when you get a
little past the 38th you are confronted by high hills and other
obstacles too difficult for Caucasians to handle.. .Despite the
talk of a truce, Russia really wants us to keep a large army tied
Up thereso that we can't ship too many divisions to defend
Yugoslavia.
Oops! Dept. From page 11 of Quentln Reynold's sports article
la the current issue of 21 Magazine: "And today we have to watch
a hlt-and-clubtch artist like Ezzard Charles stumbling through 15
dreary rounds against a portly, balding Joe Louis, or an Inept,
elderly Joe Walcott, who would be better employed as a hod-
| carrier."
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Confirming the items during at least three years,
Uregotr Ratoff, tha director-actor, married Mm*. Maria
. Coste in Paris three weeks ago,..She was once the wife
, ef the noted French filer.. .If yo were wondering why
the .big sidewalk clock in front of the Sherry Netherlands
Hotel is covered right now, this Is why: There is a city
ordinance which demands that sech clocks most give the
correct time. Repairs are being made on this one. to off-
set a lawsuit and great trouble that follows if a guest, de-
pending on that clock ihoaM miss a plane, etc.
A gag credited to Jack Durant on the Coast: "Everybody" I
Iknow Is trying to get on TV. But I'm still trying to get Into radio!"
iThls is a verv funny crack, bat It was last as funny when Benny
lYoungman pulled it, scads of WW columns ago.. .Overheard at
Ithe Copa rlnp6lde last night when a misanthrope pointed to a
Itable-load of rnotten Lovers and said. "All the losers are here
.tonight".;.We see that in his new book, about his adventures.
lrltlsh photographer Cecil Beaton made no reference to the antl-
Jemltism that he sneaked into the borders of a paid drawing that
le did for Vanity Fair when Conde Nast was the prop.
When young Barrymore refused to go on with a new play the
Jther day, because he said he wasn't ready. Ethel Barrymore an-
nounced: "This haant happened in over 300 years in our famllv!"
lut Jim Henaghan debunked that by revealing that, three months
ago Ethel walked out of a picture called 'Finders Keepers," at
l&Blversal-Internatlonal. after she had been shooting four davs
Dandy Phil Kastel, Frank Costello's partner in the
Beverly Country Crab, near New Orleans, beat the eye
, operation, will not lose his sight.. President Alemn of
. Mexico plays golf with nine soldiers, carrying rifles.
kibitzing.....Narcotics agents say all the pubUcity about
"probes" and pinches has increased the use of dope by
Juve delinks; works like prohibition scandals did to arouse
curiosity and make alcoholic indulgence exciting... Pfc
Marianna Jones, VVAC, and Cpl. Hubert V. Shepard. Med-
ical Detachment, both in the tiUth ASU at Camp Cooke,
Cal., were to be married at the pott chapel last weekend.
I But her bunk was found untidy and she was restricted to
quarters.
Eileen Wilson, hit parader. represented the Damon Runvon
cancer Fund Committee at the Dodger-Cardinal game in Ebbets
Field and accepted a $1.000 check from the men of the 631st
irmo'red Field Artillery Battalion, now at Camp Kilmer, soon to
Fo overesas. Co. Joe Phillips, commander, announced his boys had
leen so heartily received by New Yorkers, they wanted to do some-
ting to reciprocate, and raised the Grand for the Runyon cause,
phich they regard as symbolic of our town.
Arthur Tarsnls wins the name-ln-the-column contest for first
lifb on Wetmpraner dogs. He wired while the first edition was
till damp. Thli breed, belnc raised by Li7. Whitney, is an all-
luruose hunting pup. created bv the nobles of the court of
Klmar and kept pure for 100 years. Here it has been the ex-
Baslve product and property of members of the Welmaraner
flub which passes on each pup and has authority to destroy un-
feblrables Sold for $1.000 each In 1939. now down to $500. Looks
Ike a bluish blood-hound. 1 promised I'd tell you.
HOLLYWOOD. Communism
failed in Hollywood because the
overwhelming majority of the
members of the Screen Actors
Guild, the Screen Extras Guild,
the writers' and directors' guilds
and the workers in the Holly-
wood studio craft unions are
and always have been opposed
to Communism.
Day after day in this year's
hearings by the House Commit-
tee on Un-American Activities,
the same story has been unfold-
eda story 'of Communist
frustraton and failure in the
party's bold plot to seize control
of the talent guilds and craft
unions, through which the sub-
versive brethren hoped event-
ually to control contents of
films and thus influence the
minds of 80,000,000 movie goers.
The extent of Hollywood's
victory over the Communist
Party is all the more remark-
able because Hollywood for ma-
ny years was a prime target of
the Red propagandists and
conspirators in this country.
PAGE MINI
nuar WSHINGTOH
MERRY-GO-ROUND
If DIIW PlAISON
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STARTING THEIR COMEBACKCitizens of Chinju, Korea, aren't waiting for the end of the
war to rebuild their shattered city, which was 60 per cent destroyed when it was recaptured from
the Reds by UN forces. Fully 60,000 of its 80,000 residents were homeless when the Communists
were driven out Here a Chinju farmer plows a field while workers build a new home for him.

Buffalo
By BOB RUARK



GRUMMETTI CAMP, TanganyikaThe Swa-
hili language is wonderfully descriptive of the
beasts it names. Simba Is perfect for lion.
They were trying to carry out' Faro is fine for rhino. Tembo fits an elephant
orders from Joseph Stalin, who
had said: "The cinema is not
only a vital agitprop (active
propaganda) device for the edu-
cation and political indoctrina-
tion of the workers, but is also
a fluent channel through which
to reach the minds and shape
the desires of people everywhere.
The Kinoflkatslya (turning pro-
paganda into films) is inevit-
able The task Is to take this af-
fair into your hands and vigor-
ously execute It In every f'eM "
So the Red e-">'--
countrv
guns on Hollywood. And they
failed ci.
they had succeeded in ___., .0
about two years ot Qiaatw.oi's
strikes and bloody fighting In
which American workmen battled
other American workmen at the
studio gates. And, unfortunately,
not betore the Communists had
fooled some otherwise loyal
Americans into believing that the
Communist Party sought to make
a better world. Those dupes know
today that the real aim of the
Communist Party Is to try to pre-
pare the way for Russian eon-
quest of the world.
The Screen Actors Guild mem-
bers are Justifiably proud of the
key role they played In bringing
about the final defeat of the
Communist conspirators in Hol-
lywood.
Actually, there were very few
actors in Hollywood who be-
came party members. But there
were quite a number who were
tricked many years ago into
lending their names or givl-ig
money to organisations or
causes that later proved to be
influenced or dominated by
Communists.
Today, even the fellow traveller
has disappeared from the Hol-
lywood scene.
But it was not so in 1945 and
1946 when the Communist-back-
ed Conference of Studio Unions
battled with the anti-Communist
International Alliance of Thea-
trical 8tage Employes, led by
Richard Walsh and Roy Brewer.
To win. the Reds had to get the
actors to Join in the Jurisdictlon-
al strike on the side of the strik-
ers. If the actors didn't go to
work, the studios would shut and
the Reds would have won a great
victory.
They tried every trick In the
bag but the actors, led by the
Board of Directors of Screen Ac-
tors Guild, out-thought them
and out-fought them. We fought
them on the record and off the
record.
We fought them in meetings
and behind the scene.
Our Red foes eyen went so
far as to threaten to throw a-
tid in the faces of myself and
re- ars, so that we
"never would appear on the
:..i again." I packed a gun
for some time and policemen
lived at my home to guard my
kids.
But that was more than five
as well as his tusks become him and Chul cov-
ers leopard like his skin.
But the beat and most descriptive of all Is
M'Bogo, a terse, brutal word for a terse, brutal
beast, the Cape buffalo, a monstrous, vindictive
animal of infinite capacity to kill you. His
sight, hearing and sense of smell are acutely
keen. He runs like an arrow, despite his 2.500
pounds. He Is armorplated with an inch-thick
skin and Insulated with muscle structure that
can absorb Impossible punishment from the
heaviest bullets.
If vou wound him he will lay in wait for you
and charge you with his head up and his eyes
open and his brain Intent on killing you. If
~.e Is a good buff his horns, upcurling. are from
5 to 50 inches from tip to tip. and sharp as
aggers.
He chases you until he catches you and If he
catches you he tosses vou. and then he comes
back and tramples vou until there is nothing
left but blood and tatters. The only way to
stop him Is to kill him because he Won't quit.
And he takes a lot of killing.
My friend. Harrv Selby, with whom I hunt,
has a mad fascination for buffalo. He has been
nearly killed four times, standing firm and
shooting at ranges up to four feet. One wound-
ed bull took 14 slugs up front before he died
on Selby's boots. There is a personal feud be-
tween the man and the animal, which makes
the animal beloved.
Harm loves the buff because he la/hard to
hurrtjand. may kill Harry on any glvaff instance
unlsVltarry equalizes the power and violence
with skill, caution and Intelligence. And luck..
I am fascinated by M'Bogo. too. But with a
difference. I am scared limp of him. Mv stom-
ach twists when I gee him. I was so pitifully
terrified that I figured I'd better shoot one. be-
cause a man can't go around being terrified
forever.
So I shot one. and I am now more frightened
of M'Bogo than before.
Mine was not a record bull, being two inches
short of the reeord requirements. But he was
as big as thev come, prime as to horn and
body, and he's all the buffalo I need. Forty-
three inches of horn can kill you Just as dead
as 50.
After three unsuccessful stalks across bog and
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high grass and close bush against a big herd
and two lone, but badlv horned bulls, we pick-
ed up two bulls with the binoculars and one
looked good. We walked bent double over a
few thousand yards of matted marsh and stink-
ing mud, hiding behind tussocks and trees. The
buff moved away from us, suspiciously, the big
boy being tolled off by the littler one. It look-
ed as though thev were about to spook.
We dived behind a bush and Selby waited
until some of the breath came back to me and
then whispered. "It's too long a range but it's
the best we'll get Stand up and wallop' him."
I stood up and there was M'Bogo at 40 to 50
yards. I looked at M'Bogo. M'Bogo looked at
me. He looked at me as if I owed him money.
He looked at me as if I had murdered his en-
tire famllv. He looked at me as if nothing in
this world could give him more Joy than a war
dance on my carcass.
He stretched that black snout at me and his
horns were a mile wide. He was the ugliest,
most fearsome sight I ever saw.
So I shot him. The whole world exploded,
because my heavv .470 unaccountably loosed off
both barrels. M'Bogo went down like a stone,
but I didn't see him. I stood there gooftly with
an empty gun. for a thousand light years, and
then I heard another gun go off. -,
"I hope vou didn't mind." Selby said apolo-
getically, "but he was heading for' the bush
with the speed of knots and it's awftll thick in
there. So I thought I better break his back,
even though we undoubtedly would have found
him dead. I'm sure you got the heart, but you
can't be certain."
M'Bogo,was flat, dying, bellowing. I helped
him along with a slight brain injection. He was
twice as ugly and terrible dead as be/ore, the
great head, the ticks on his scabby hide, but he
was a magnificent prime bull, a mountain of
muscle.
When we took him apart Selby had been
right. Mv bullet had got the heart. Five hun-
dred grains of solid bullet, propelled by seventy-
five grains of cordite, with a striking power of
five thousand foot-pounds of energy, had cut
his Jugular, smashed his heart and major ar-
teries, and wrecked his lungs, but he had got-
ten up and taken off as if I'd pllnked him with
a .22.
I looked a long time at M'Bogo. Then I look-
ed at Selby.
"No more M'Bogo." I said. "One is more than
enough for any man."

Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
BEFORE THE LOYALTY BOARD
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Prices lower than in the U. f.
, Friends tell us that one of the girl glass-cutters In a Wash- years ago and thosedays are'gone
lS P.., glass factory is a ringer for Bobo Rockefeller. | ffiS^^%$
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juooocx Never again can the Commun-
2 ists hope to get anywhere In the
a movie capital. And It looks to me
X as If the die-hard Reds In this
"ountry are now concentrating
their plotting in other Industries
such as defense plants. I hope
that all such Industries will take
a leaf out of Hollywood's book
and actively combat the Commu-
nist ron--' rj wherever they
may be found. i .
In i.. .....of the Board of
Directors of the Screen Actors
Guild. I believe. "That all parti-
cipants in the international Com-
munist Party conspiracy against
our nation should be exposed for
what they are enemies of our
country and" of our form of gov-
ernment." ^^^
And any American who has
been a member of the Commun-
ist Party at any time but who has
now changed his mind and is
loyal to our country should be
willing to stand up and be count-
ed; admit, "I was wrong," and
zive ail the information he has
.o the government agencies who
are combatting the Red plotters.
We've gotten rid of the Com-
-liunist consnlrifo'-s I" M""-------1
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WASHINGTON. Every so often a reporter
has a personal experience interesting enough
to call for breaking the good rule of imperson-
ality, and telling what happened to him. One
such has Just come to this reporter, in the form
of an appearance before the State Department
Loyaltv Board in the case of John Paton Davies
Jr.
To be sure, there was nothing very stirring
about the hour or so at the hearing. The three
man board, headed bv a shrewd, dry-spoken
New Engiander, Conrad E. Snow, clothes Itself
in no special majesty. The setting is an or-
dinary State Department office borrowed for
the occasion.
After the oath, the routine of question and
answer goes forward in an informal but busi-
nesslike way. The board seems both sensible
and patient. When it Is over, vour first reac-
tion is, "Well, I thought there would be more
to it than that."
On reflection, however, it seems to me that
there is more to It than that, which is the rea-
son why the first person singular is being used
in this sphere for the first time in six years.
Here was Davies. after all. formerly a senior
member of the State Department Planning
Staff, now publicly charged with doubtful lo-
yalty, and publicly suspended from duty on the
eve of a most Important assignment as politi-
cal adviser In Germany.
Here was his name blackened, his career per-
haps permanently damaged, his fortune already
hard-hit bv all the horrible complications of a
sudden change of family plan after the sale of
the family house. And all for what? To make
a burnt offering with a sweet savor In the
peculiar nostrils of Sen. McCarthy and Sen. Mc-
Carran.
Certainly, if anyone can testify competently
as to the sense or nonsense of this proceeding
against Davies. it Is this reporter: for In the
wartime years in Chungking we were, so to
speak, competing backroom boys.
Davies was the political adviser of Gen. Jo-
seph W. Stilwell: I was the adviser of Dr. T. V.
Soong and Mai. Gen. C. L. Chennault.
I fought for alrpower and a policy of
strengthening the Chinese national government;
and he defended Gen. stllwell's views and ad-
vocated American military aid to the Chinese
Communists.
Davies was flnallv defeated when Gen. Stil-
well was dismissed. But it was a bitter battle
while It lasted, and on the principle that no
one knows vou as vour enemv knows vou, I
think I know John Davies pretty well. ,
As to his lovaltv. no doubts ever occurred to
me. even In the most squalid moments of the
long, squalid struggle in Chungking.
Indeed, the thought that I could not escape
as I sat before the Loyalty Board, was the
thought that Davies' Judgment of the Chinese
i -, .-----_ .. i.-MWMifc 111*1 uavics luugiiirru oi me anese
Let s do it now in other Indus-! scene had stood the test of time rather better
tnel than mv own.
/
The difference between the two views was
simple enough. By the end of 1943 and the
beginning of 1944, it was already clear that the
regime of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek would
succumb to the Chinese Communists after the
war, unless something pretty drastic was done.
My view was that a Communist triumph could
be prevented by replacing Gen. Stilwell with a
wiser man. Increasing the scale of American
ald;,and'"tervenlng very actively to reform the
rotting Nationalist government.
Given the satisfaction of all these difficult
conditions, particularly the Indispensable third.
I still think I might have been proven right.
Davies held the view, on the other hand, and
with many excellent reasons, that the General-
issimos government was already past saving,
xr this was the case, the question was not how
to prevent a Chinese Communist victory, but
now to come to terms with It.
Davies also knew certain things that very few
people In America seem to know even today
that Mao Tse-tung and his Communists had de-
veloped their partv and their policy in isolation
from and sometimes in defiance of the Krem-
lin, for example: and that throughout the
course of the China war. the onlv recipient of
Sojjft aid had been the Generalissimo.
With this special knowledge. Davies made
what must now be accounted an extremely bril-
liant deduction that Titolsm was possible
before Titolsm had been heard of.
Believing Chiang Kai-shek was oast saving,
believing also in the possibility of Chinese Tito-
lsm. Davies therefore recommended moderate
American aid for the Chinese Communists.
His avowed aim was to promote their Chinese
Communist confidence In America, and thus to
achieve a division between them and the Krem-
lin. And If Davies' recommendations had been
followed, I now believe he would have been
proven right.
In short, there were two perfectly logical and
defensible American policies In China, and you
could take vour choice between them. What
actually happened what I for one had cer-
tainly never foreseen was that after the dis-
missal of Gen. Stilwell. we ceased to have any
China policy at all. Even when Gen. Albert C.
wedemeyer was performing so admirably as mi-
litary commander, his hands were politically
tied: after that, there was total vacuum.
Having no policy led. inevitably, to the pre-
sent disaster. For this outcome John Davies.
the man being sacrificed to Sen. McCarran and
8en. McCarthy, had no more visible responsibil-
ity than I.
As I thus reviewed the past. It struck me we
would be much wiser to start loyaltv Investiga-
tions of the politicians who are now working
all-out to destroy the last vestiges of decency
and fair plav in our public life, than to waste
time picking over the by-tone views of such
men as John Davies.
(Copyright, 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drw Pearson says: Oregon primary can fore. Eisenhower
decision; Commies fear American propaganda.
oen^^0JN- T. Off0" m*v b *" howdown state where
,?r ^ Eisenhower finally makes up his mind whether "to run
or not to run" and on wha| ticket.
of Sff o10"!!11 ^re*.on.w" outnea to flit? Political chief-
oi-staff Senator Jim Duii of Pennsylvania, the other day by Ro-
bert Letts Jones, publisher of the Salem, Oie., Capital Journal
Jones pointed out that Oregon has a primary ruling whereby any
perr.n-ci?n ^t ente^fAln the rac* ^ a PWn of l 000 signature.
whether the candidate wants his name entered or not.
.. T.hus Elsenhower's name could be entered in the Oregon pre-
sidential primary by 1,000 of his friends, entirely without nls con-
sent, and as a means of testing out his political strength.
The Oregon primary ha another mierestLng angle. Jones ex-
plained to benator Duff. The State attorne; -general has ruled
that no candidate can run unless his party afnliatlon is known,
ihus Elsenhower would'be forced, at that- line, to be stamped
either as.a Republican or a Democrat. -,, "^
. uS,^eJth? feon Ptiraury is May 10 and since all names have
to be filed ninety days ln aovance, the showdown for Eisenhower
would be sometime in February..
^T^:lt'* i00d bet thal Ike' irinds and he has a lot
in the Northwest wiir toss his hat Into tjie ring through the
Oregon primary. 7 .
Mac ARTHUR REPORT
President Truman is pressing Democratic Senators to write a
report on the MacArthur investigation. They ijad planned to lor.
get about a report, because they leared a majority would not agree
O blasting MacArthur. However, the President believes Chairman
Dick Russell of Georgia Is honest enough to accept the evidence
wnlch most observers consider to have.been clearly and over-
wne.lmlngiy against MacArthur. He knows that Russell's support
would almost guarantee a majority report cr.tlcteing the geniraL
PROPAGANDA HURTS
Report from behind the Iron Curtain indicate that one rea-
son lot tne seizure ot AP correspondent Wlllla;n Oatls by Czechos-
lovakia was that American propaganaa through tne Voice of Am-
erica anu Kaaio Free hurope is nurting.
When the Commies want to get something out of the U.SA.
their crudest but most successful technique is tq seize an Am-
erican citizen, and hold Him as a hostage until we "come across
with the ransom money.
The report ransom money in Czechoslovakia is to curtail the
Voice of America and Radio Free Europe; both really hurting the
Communist government. In fact, the vtokfe o America ha* had
the Czech government ln a state of Jitters.
Before Foreign Minister dementis was purged, the Voice made
a categoric prediction that he and eight other top Czechs would
be arrested. For weeks, the Voice pounded home this prediction,
giving the exact names of the prospective victims. Tne Czech*
listened but were skeptical.
Then suddenly dementis was arrested. With him were ar-
rested tour of the eight others the Voice of America had named.
All Czechoslovakia seethed at the news. The accuracy of the Voice
of America was commented on everywhere, and Its listening audi-
ence has doubled. More than ever, Czechs are tuning in on the
Voice to see who will be purged next.
NOTEDespite the Senate Department's remarkable propa-
ganda Job, the budget of the Voice of America and other propa-
ganda projects has been slashed to ribbons. Congress whp have
been doing the slashing have been invited to come to the State
Department briefing room and get the story much of it con-
lidentlal of what the department Is doing. However: only two
or three have bothered to get acquainted with the activities of the
agency whose work they pass Judgment upon.
i
CONSIDERATE SENATOR
Unlike most Senators, Arizona's meek Senator Carl Haydan
avoids publicity. That' why the papers' never heard about his
quiet phone call to Freedmen's hospital ln behalf of an elderly
Negro, Will Montgomery, who had worked as a handyman around
the Senate for 52 years. s '
When Hayden heard that the old Negro had been sent to the
hospital, he personally telephoned the doctor and Instructed him
to give will the best room and best care possible and not to
worry about the expense.
TELEPHONE MONOPOLY.
You don't hear much about antitrust suits these days but a
basic case involving the telephone patent monopoly Is being push-
ed by Graham Morrison, the Justice Department's new trust buster.
The case Is to divorce Western Electric from Bell Telephone
Laboratories, both owned by American Telephone and Telegraph.
Under this ownership, Bell Telephone buys virtually all its
equipment from its affiliate Western Electric, and if any tele-
phone invention is submitted by outsiders,- the general policy- is
io turn it down. This has prevented the public from getting various
new Inventions, some of then malting the cost of telephone ser-
vice cheaper.
For Instance, a telephone-answering service has been invent-
ed whereby when a man goes out to lunch, the .phone is answered
by a recorded voice which says:
"Mr. So-and-so is out'to lunch. I will be glad to take a mes-
sage for him." The disc then automatically records the message
and when Mr. So-and-so returns he can play the record back and
listen to the messagea
However, this patent didn't originate with Bell Telephone sub-
sidiaries and the telephone company hasn't bought It.
The Justice Department, by divorcing Western Electric from
Bell Telephone, would permit anyone to sell new patents and equip-
ment to the telephone company.
(Copyright. 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, inc.)
(HIS IS TOUR FORUM THE REAOCRS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
fhs Moll Bes h an sin Isrvm 1st no din of Tfes Pimm* Amtrxoa
-ettn ars received roti(iill* tne are baadlatl o whill* nfissuriiri
nonnir, l
II r contiisuti a iittn oat be (mtftint If sum i sacar rae
>t doy. tittrn ara iuUh. m ras oran ricliviS. .
Pilase try to kiM rks latan limitis to aaa oaf* isata.
Isiaiify ot lanar writer* hala ia strictest conlii'inoo .
This aawsaoaw assuasas na rnsiniikility far statimaaN or eelwleae
punto' la tetter Iran .resalis.
HE THAT HATH EARS
Mall Box Editor:
Reply to Gringo Ears
Walter W.:
In reading your letter in the
Mall Box on Saturday 21, it gave
us (the 10 or 12 boys that hang
out in the Ancon Clubhouse) the
Impression that you were from
the other side of the tracks. In
the first plexe we usually talk a-
bout baseball or some other sport,
but our conversations sure don't
have anything to do with the
American Men who enter the
clubhouse. When we do talk a-
bout something else we choose a
more interesting subject such as
WOMEN. We never knew that
you bothered to listen to our con-
versation. In Spanish you must
be what we call "VIDA AJENA."
Too bad you have had the tough
luck to be born all Ears.
The Aneon Gang
P.S. Hey Walter you sure you
haven't sprouted wings.
WHERE WAR THE VOICE?
July 23, 1951
Editor, Mail Box.
The Panama American.
Ia it possible that the Repre-
sentative of Labor in Washington
have forgotten* that other people
work here in the Canal Zone be-
side employes of the Panama
Railroad Co.?
Where was this voice of the
working people when the mo-
tion to cut Leave for Army, Navf
and Air Force personnel wU
brought forward?
Do the Congressmen realize
that It takes five to six days tra-
vel time to New York, the same
time to return, or even longer
from other foreign bases?
If during the two years that. It-
takes to accumulate 26 days one
decided to take a few days off to
see this part of the country, ale
hopes tor a vacation ln the States
would be shot.
Just one more thing before I
blow mv top thinking about It;
When will the people who hav*
paid the i960 income Tax. receive
their rebate? I am one of the
suckers who has money coming
bask.
A Military Clvltta*


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>X9 Set.
-COLON
SERVICIO "LOS ANGELES'
presenta hoy
FIESTA HPICA
Desde el
Hipdromo lun Franco.
Red Panamericana
Panama Amrica
DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE DIVULGAMOS LA VERDAD QUE LOS DEMS OCULTAN
MADERAS
de
construccin
AGENCIAS
GLOBALES, S Jk.
Via Espaa,
final. Llegando
a Juan Prance.
Telfono S-150S,
SAO VIliESIMO SEXTO
PANAMA. R. P, SBADO. JULIO U, 1M1
CINCO CENTESWOS
11
Caen en otro
impasse' los
Negociadores
BASE DE AVANZADA, Corea, Julio 28 (UP)
Las Naciones Unidas rechazaron las demandas Co-
munistas para establecer una lnea de tregua en el
Paralelo 38 y la 12a. conferencia termin en un
"impasse".
La delegacin de las Naciones Unidas comunico
que "se ha logrado muy poco progreso hacia un acuer-
do en principio".
Las Naciones Unidas insisten en 'que la zona
neutral sea establecida en las actuales posiciones del
frente no para "mantener el terreno ganado sino
porque estas lneas ofrecen mejores defensas contra
cualquier futura agresin.
Los rojos quieren que la zona neutral sea esta-
blecida a lo largo del Paralelo 38, lo que obligara a
las tropas de las Naciones Unidas a retirarse entre b
y 35 millas desde el norte del Paralelo para colocarse
en una lnea que no tiene significado militar alguno.
El punto de vista de las Naciones Unidas es que
la lnea de demarcacin basada en el Paralelo 38 no
se ajusta a la realidad, ya que no toma en considera-
cin las necesidades de defensa militar.
Al mismo tiempo, el retiro de las tropas de las
Naciones Unidas que se encuentran a 26 millas al nor-
te del Paralelo 38 en los frentes Central Y Oriental,
tendran enormes repercusiones polticas. El Qsobier-
no de Corea del Sur ha protestado oficialmente con-
tra el oso del Paralelo 38 como zona neutral.
El Ministro de Defensa da Corea del Sur, Lee Kee
Nuv Boong y dos oficiales navales de alto rango I lo-
garon hoy para conferenciar con la delegacin de las
Naciones Unidas que regresaba de Kaesong. Esta es
la segunda visita^ue hacen.
Se cree que lo Sor-Coreanos quieren mantenerse
on *****."mwn ce* fcw Sfosiocipnos para el
cese de fuego y estn presentando sus puntos de vista
a los delegados do las Naciones Unidas.
La prxima reunin de los negociadores se lleva-
r a cabo a las once de la maana del Domingo (V
de la noche de hoy, hora local).
Lleg a Panam
funcionario de
Univ. americana
Anoche lleg a Panam el Dr.
Gustav Auzanne, Jefe del De-
partamento da Administracin
Pblica y Comercio de la Uni-
versidad de Howard en Wash-
ington.
El doctor Auzanne es una de
las personalidades ms salientes
de la Docencia Norteamericana,
ya que pertenece a numerosas
instituciones y es autor de nu-
merosos trabajos sobre Econo-
ma.
El doctor Auzanne permane-
cer en Panam durante va-
rios das y ser objeto de va-
rias atenciones de parte de al-
gunos Organismos Nacionales
enterados de su gran prestigio
intelectual.
Este diarlo se complace en
darle la ms calurosa bienve-
nida, y en desear que sea gra-
ta su permanencia en esta ciu-
dad.
'

Fuertes sanciones
.
as
naves que violen el embargo

Panam y los Estados Unidos
firman el Lunes un Convenio
sobre los Fomentos Agrcolas
El acuerdo comprende el desarrollo de programas
de enseanza agrcola y planeamiento y di-
reccin de estaciones agrcolas
Slo un jurado
rinde informe
en un concurso
Solo un Jurado calificador ha
rendido su fallo en el concur >o
"Ricardo Mir", segn declara-
ciones dadas a la prensa por el
a apartamento de Cultura de!
Ministerio de Educacin.
El plazo dado de 45 dias ven-
ci del da 27 de Julio y slo
el Jurado de Poesa remiti til
fallo al departamento-
El departamento de Cultu.a
est esperando los fallos de los
Jurados calificadores en el con-
curso de Historia y de Novels
Segn loa reglamentos del en
curso, los miembros de la Comi-
sin Organizadora no puedan
reunirse para dictar los fallos
finales mientras los jurados ca-
lificadores no remitan sus fallos
El prximo lunes a las once
de la maana se llevar a site-
lo en la Cancillera la firma de
un Acuerdo sobre programa co-
operativo para el fomento agr-
cola entre los gobiernos de l*a-
nam y el de los Estados Uni-
dos de Amrica.
Este Acuerdo ser firmado por
ei Canciller Ignacio Molino Jr.
y por el Embajador de los Es-
tados Unidos en Panam, John
C. Wiley y asistirn a este acto
altos funcionarios del Gobierno
Nacional y de la Embajada de
los Estados Unidos de Amrica-
Este Acuerdo comprende el
desarrollo de programas regu-
lares de enseanza agrcola y el
planeamiento y direccin de es-
i aciones agrcolas experimenta-
les y el asesoramiento al uo-
bierno Nacional en relacin con
planes generales de extensin a-
gricola en la Repblica.
La firma de este Convenio es
n desarrollo al Punto Cuarto
del Presidente Truman y da *la
buida d al desarrollo agrcola de
la Repblica. Como consecuen-
cia de su firma llegarn al piis
tcnicos agrcolas norteameri-
canos con el objeto de iniciar
Inmediatamente sus labores de
asesoramiento al Departamen-
to de Agricultura del Ministerio
de Agricultura, Comercio e In-
dustrias.
il Procurador Gral.
SE AGUDIZA LA CRISIS
PETROLERA DEL IRAN
El Gobierno Britnico declara que Harriman hace
el viaje a Londres por su propia cuenta
LONDRES, Julio 28 (UP)
La crisis petrolera Anglo-Iranla
empeor y el enviado especial
del Presidente Truman, W. A?c-
rell Harriman y el Embajadcx
britnico en Tehern, Sir Fran-
cia Shepherd se encuentran en
sta capital para conferenciar
con altos funcionarlos de Gran
Bretaa.
Segn informes, el Gobierno
primero orden a Shepherd que
acompaara a Harriman y des-
pus envi un segundo mensaje
Slclndoie que se quedara en
Tehern por creerse su presen-
cia alli necesaria en vista de .a
situacin de los empleados bri-
tnicos tn la aona petrolera.
Sin embargo, Shepherd no r;-
cibl el mensaje a tiempo y par
tl con el enviado nortame: 1-
cano.
Los funcionarlos del Mlnlsi.:-
rio de Relaciones Exteriores de-
clararon que el Gobierno brila-
nico no haba pedido a Harri-
man que viniera a Londres y
que ste hizo el viaje por su
copla cuenta.
A principios de sta semana
pareca haberse hallado una
formula que permitira reanu-
dar las negociaciones entre
Gran Bretaa e Irn. Gran Lie
tafia habla aceptado "en prin-
cipio" la nacionalizacin de la
industria petrolera mientras viue
Irn abandon su Insistencia de
que los britnicos aceptaran "In-
condlclonalmente" las disposi-
ciones de la ley de nacionali-
zacin-
Posteriormente, sin embargo,
el Gobierno Britnico Indic que
no enviarla su misin a Teheran
a menos que se diera un 'travo
decente" al personal de la An-
glo Iranian.
Los empicados de la compaa
que todava quedan en Irn se
han estado quejando de supues-
to* malos tratos por partes de
las autoridades Iranias.
El Gobierno britnico convo-
c a una sesin especial d*l
Oab'nete para or al envlao
special Harriman.
Reapareci el Klu
Klux Klan en cuatro
estados americanos
ATLANTA, Julio 28. (UP).
El fiero smbolo del Ku Klux
Klan volvi a brillar anoche en
cuatro de los Estados meridio-
nales, pero aparentemente no
hay Indicios de que las demos-
traciones signifiquen el rena-
cimiento organizado de las ac-
tividades del Klan en los Esta-
dos Unidos, en grande escala.
A menudo, las ceremonias de
quema de la cruz son simple-
mente Indicaciones rituales de
Iniciacin de nuevos miembros
del grupo, y han sido utilizadas
para atemorizar a los negros
en algunas secciones, o como
advertencia a las personas que
han Incurrido en el desfavor del
Klan.
Cruces encendidas se vieron
anoche en varias secciones de
Alabama, Georgia, Florida y
Tennessee. Una gran cruz de
madera impregnada de petr-
leo, ardi en la seccin negra
de Atlanta, en el primero de
los incidentes de que haya te-
nido noticias la polica en los
ltimos meses. La polica da
poca importancia al hecho, ya
que no se han producido Inci-
dentes raciales en la regln. Sin
embargo, ha comenzado la bs-
queda de signos que puedan
identificar a los participantes
en las ceremonias.
Tres gigantescas cruces ar-
dieron en los suburbios de Naa-
ville. Tennesse y la polica en-
contr cerca del lugar doscien-
tas hojas volantes, que expre-
saban la oposicin del Klan al
comunismo. Por lo menos seis
cruces fueron quemadas en BlTj
minghan. Alabama. William
Hugh Morris, jefe del Klan en
Alabama, declar que varios
grupos continuaban en activi-
dad, despus de los Juicios que
se llevaron a cabo como conse-
cuencia del terrorismo registra-
do en 1MB. Morris cree que los
nuevos incidentes "presagian
una renovada actividad del Ku
Klux Klan federado".
Tropas de color
de E.U. irn al
Lejano Oriente
WASHINGTON, julio 28.
'USISi El Ejrcito de los Es-
tados Unidos completar du-
rante los prximos seis meses la
asignacin de soldados negros
a todas las unidades de com-
bate en el Extremo Oriente.
Esta Integracin de soldados
negros en las unidades forma-
das antes por blancos "est ya
en progreso", dijo el Departa-
mento del Ejrcito, Aadi que
una poltica similar se seguir
en el servicio entre las tropas
no combatientes.
En lugar del 254o. regimiento
de Infantera, formado nica-
mente por negros, se formar
un regimiento de soldados blan-
cos y negros, dijo el Departa-
mento.
Banda de la Mafia Siciliana
traficante de narcticos fue
capturada ayer en Nueva York
Hacan negocios fraudulentos por ms de diez mi-
llones de dlares anuales
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
22,300
NUEVA YORK, Julio 28 (UP)
Loa agentes federales aca-
taron con traficantes en narco*
lieos r falsificadoras m. hacua
recios por mis i* die millo-
>h de dolares al ao al arres-
tar a sete hombres truc estn
en cesnMbacln coa el deporta-
do "Uicky" Luciano y la Mafia
Siciliana- Los agentes dijeron
que loe otros once miembros de
la banda sern arrestados hoy.
Cinco de los arrestados estn
rusadox de introducir narc-
ticos a Estados Unidos y se les
fij una fiansa de 50.090 dola-
res cada uno. Loa otros dos es-
tn acusados tambin de intro-
ducir narcticos y poseer dine-
ro falsificado, fijndoseles una
fiansa de 109,909 dlares cada
lino. Todo* loa arrestados tienen
historiales polkivns y los agen-
tes dijeron u- muchos de ellos
pertenecen a la Mafia.
Los narcotices aae han sido
introducidos de contrabando en
Estados Unidos por la banda
ascienden "a millones y millo-
nes de dlares en el mercado
ilegal", de acuerdo con declara-
clones hechas por Eugene Roth.
Jefe de la Division Criminal de
la Oficina del Fiscal General de
Estados Unidos.
(Pasa a la Pg. . Col. 5)
n ,Uia JJP.

cru
Hace 130 aos, un da como hoy, el Libertador Jos
de San Martn proclam en la plaza mayor del Rimac, la
independencia del Per, respaldando con su luminoso genio
militar y con los pechos de miles de patriotas la heroica
gesta emancipadora de ua Nacin Americana.
Unidos los panameos al Per por los lazos de la
historia, del afecto y de la comprensin, no podemos menos
que celebrar con singular regocijo tan gloriosa efemrides,
recordando hoy sus glorias y haciendo votos por la felici-
dad del pueblo peruano, muy especialmente de la nutri-
da colonia peruana residente en la Repblica y de su re-
presentante diplomtico en Panam, el Embajador y deca-
no del Cuerpo Diplomtico, don Emilio Ortiz de Zeballos.
La libertad del Dr. Se cancelarn las Patentes
Arnulfo Arias piden y se aplicarn multas para
evitar todo contrabando .
Las discusiones del Decreto que dictar el rgano
Ejecutivo entraron ya en su etapa final
Se encuentra listo para la firma el nuevo decreto .ge-
neral que reglamenta el traspaso de barcos extranjeros a la
Repblica de Panam, y el trfico de armas y contrabando
de mercancas blicas por los barcos de bandera paname-
a con los puertos controlados por los comunistas chinos.
Segn declaraciones del Ministro de Relaciones Exte-
riores, Lie. Ignacio Molino, Jr., el nuevo decreto solo espe-
ra la firma del seor Presidente de la Repblica.
El decreto, concede derecho a nuestros representantes ,
diplomticos para cancelar la matrcula panamea a todos
los barcos que trafiquen cargamentos de armas o contra-
bando de mercancas blicas con los comunistas chinos.
Igualmente aplica sanciones fuertes a los contra-
ventores de las nuevas disposiciones que reglamentarn los
barcos bajo matrcula panamea.
El nuevo decreto define, de acuerdo con los convenios
internacionales, la mercanca calificada como blica y las
armas cuyo transporte se considera como delito.________
Los presagios de una crisis
entre Gran Bretaa y Espaa
surgen ahora ms evidentes
$1 como consecuencia de la oposicin britnica a Is
inclusin de Espaa en los planes de
defensa de Europa
equipo que antes de 1049 resit
las cuestiones de la prensa na-
cional y extranjera, incluso 1st
censura cuando la falange es-
taba a cargo de la Vicesecnrta-
(Fasa a la Pierna a Columna 7|
La Polica romana
detiene a la mujer
que lleve poca ropa
ROMA, Julio 28. (UP). L*
polica romana, continuando la
campaa contra las mujeres qus
usan vestidos "casi transparen-
tes", sin sostenes ni otros adi-
tamentos, entreg citaciones pof
conducta indecente' a quince
Jvenes.
Durante los ltimos dias otra*
15 20 mujeres han sido de*
tenidas en las calles por la po-
lica, recibiendo citaciones par
que concurrieran a Juicio.
La mayor parte de ellas fus)
multada con 800 y 800 liras
entre un dlar y un dlar trein-
ta centavos.
La defensa de las mujeres
se bas en que hace demasiado
calor. i
Ms de mil ciudadanos resi-
dentes en la Provincia de Chi-
riqul se han dirigido al seor
Procurador General de la Na-
cin solicitndole "que provea
lo conducente en el sentido de
que se conceda la libertad al
doctor Arnulfo Arlas y dems
detenidos polticos con motivo
de los sucesos ocurridos el dia
10 de mayo del presente ao".
La comunicacin referida di-
ce asi:
David, Julio 7 de 1051.
"Seor Procurador General
de la Nacin
Panam.
Seor Procurador:
Los que suscribimos, confiados
en que an quedan en esta
Repblica funcionarlos probos y
honrados, nos permitimos por
este medio, recurrir al alto tri-
bunal de Justicia que usted dig-
namente preside, a fin de que
provea lo conducente en el sen-
tido de que se conceda la li-
bertad al doctor Arnulfo Arias
y dema detenidos polticos con
motivo de los sucesos ocurridos
el da 10 de mayo del presente
ao.
De acuerdo con nuestra Cons-
titucin, el ciudadano Presiden-
te de la Repblica, no podr
ser Juzgado por delitos comunes
y el doctor Arias era Presidente
de la Repblica el dia 10 de
mayo mencionado.
Menos an no podr ser juz-
gado por delitos que no ha co-
metido, pues no se le ha com-
probado- ni se le comprobar
nada en relacin con el delito
ir* la f* Cataj^f^
Se lamenta aqu
la muerte de doa
Adela de Canams
La Direccin Mdica del BSfl-
pltal Sanio Toms y la Asocia-
cin Mdica Nacional, por ja
dio de sendas resoluciones,
mentan el fallecimiento S
a Adela Marria Barreta
Caams, quien falleci S
10* en los Estados Unidos,
extinta desempe con eflc
ca y consagracin por 25 a!
la Secretaria de la Superlnt
dencla del Hospital Santo To-
ms.
La Direccin Mdica del Hos-
pital Santo Toms, en represen-
tacin del Cuerpo Mdico, del
Cuerpo de Enfermeras y del
personal administrativo,
CONSIDERANDO:
Que la seora Adela Mara
Barrera de Caams muri el
10 de los corrientes en la Cl-
nica de Oschner, despoil do
larga enfermedad y donde es-
taba sometida a tratamiento.
Que la seora Adela Se Ca-
ams desempe con lucimien-
to y consagracin e j e m p 1 a r
puestos en la secretario Se la
Superintendencia por mis de
25 anos.
Que la seora. de Caams
Pasi in Pa Col 7"
MADRID, Julio 2 (UP) La
rotaciones hispanobrltnlcaj que
van empeorando rpidamente,
oeron el tema principal, segn
re entiende de fuente fidedigno,
en el Consejo de Ministros ce-
Mbtado en el Palacio de El Par-
do bajo la presidencia del Ge-
neral Francisco Franco.
La situacin poltica con Giun
Bretaa se halla en crisis co-
mo consecuencia de la oposicin
britnica a la Inclusin de Ls-
pafta en los planes de defensa
Se la Europa Ocidental y a la
alianza directa de Espaa con
Estados Unidos. Se esperaba
tambin que la reunin de G#-
ttnete nombrara a varios su^se-
ietarlos y directores generales
On la sesl'n que dur todo el
is.
i Los nuevos subsecretarios de
JBstado propuestos por los res-
pectivos Ministros y aprobados
en Consejo, se cree que sern
l subsecretario de Informacin
Turismo, Mariano Navarro
varro, oficial del Cuerpo J't-
tWico Militar; y el Director Ge-
neral de Prensa, Juan Aparicio,
director del peridico vesperti-
no "Pueblo" y destacado falan-
gista. Con sto resucita el viejo
Ms del ochenta por ciento de
los educadores votaron ayer
La Seccin de Bioestadstica
proveer a instituciones del
Estado de un material tcnico:
Todos los maestros
cumplieron su deber
con civismo ejemplar
El Magisterio Panameo U-
nldo ha emitido el siguiente co-
municado:
Comunicado del Magisterio
Panameo Unido
Informaciones lmparclales, lle-
gadas a la directiva del Ma-
gisterio Panameo Unido Indi-
can que las elecciones magiste-
riales habidas en toda la Re-
pblica, para nombrar loa
miembros que integrarn la Co-
misin Permanente de Escala-
fn, se han llevado a cabo den-
tro del mayor civismo y correc-
cin. Los grupos en pugna, han
hecho honor a su noble profe-
sin. Las medidas tomadas pa-
ra garantizar la pureza en las
votaciones fueron acordadas con
la anuencia de los observadores
de las diferentes organizaciones
de maestras. Las prcticas in-
deseables de nuestra poltica
Pasa a la patn *. coi
Ejrcito de 400 mil hombres
tendrn los Estados Unidos
en Europa en el ao de 1952
WASHINGTON, julio 28. (UP) nuncladas previamente.
Los observadores especulaban | En este caso, el numero de
hoy sobre si el Presidente Tru-, tropas mencionado por Marshall
man pedir al Congreso 200,000
soldados ms para ser enviados
a Europa a fin de auplementar
las seis divisiones que estarn
al servicio del General Dwight
Elsenhower.
El Secretarlo de Defensa
George C. Marshall dijo ayer
al Comit Se Relaciones Exte-
riores del Senado que cerca de
400.000 soldados norteamerica-
nos estarn en Europa para fi-
nes de 1052. Esta cantidad es
mayor en 200,000 soldados a la
anunciada anteriormente.
puede haber sido un error.
Cocktail Party
para despedir a
J. J. Dempsey
El Embajador de los Estados
Unidos, 8.E. seor John C.
Wiley, dar un "Cocktail Party"
Sr^^bargrunTxpiTrto de. m "!*"?
Departamento de Defensa dijo " d ,Bh*,*e *,.,",!. '!
que Estados Unidos no e s t oche.en honor Mtory
planeando enviar ms de las *nor *wePh ' ?empsey,
seis divisiones de combate a-| *** *** S CeL i,
El Magisterio Unido
va la cabeza de los
escrutinios ahora
El Director de las Escuelas
Piimarias de la capital, Licen-
ciado Ovidio de Len manifes-
t en la maana de hoy qae
ms del 80 por ciento de lu
n.oestros hablan votado duran-
te las elecciones efectuadas fl-
yer para elegir sus delegados a
la Comisin Permanente del Es-
calafn, lo que Indica el enorme
inters que los maestros de le
Repblica tienen en el esco;-
mlento de las personas que .un
tie representarlos.
Agreg el Director de Leon
que los informes llegados hasta
ahora Indican que la nmina
fifi Magisterio Panameo Unitlo
va adelante en los escrutinio-.
Segn los datos obtenidos, los
maestros han votado en la for-
ma siguiente:
Por el Magisterio Panameo
(Pas* a la pagina columna 0)
Se estn confeccionando gr-
ficas especiales para trabajos de
estadstica e ingeniera por la
seccin de Bioestadstica y Edu*
cacln Sanitaria del Departa-
mento de Salud Pblica. Esto
contribuir a resolver la.esca-
sez de papel especial para tra-
bajos de estadstica que existe
en la actualidad.
Segn declaraciones de la
Seccin de Estadstica, resulta
muy costoso importar estas gr-
ficas y escasean en tal forma,
que los despachos pblicos y
escolares que los necesitan so
ven precisados a no usarlos. *
El clis y todos los nueves
grabados que se estn confec-
cionando se prop orclonarn
i gratuitamente a todas las Ins-
tituciones que deseen e3ta cla-
se de papel.
Entre las nuevas grficas di-
seadas hay hojas de correla-
cin, monogramas, papel sami-
logaritmlco y cuadriculado.
Las hojas de correlacin son
Importantes para los maestros
Ayer fue enterrado
el Kronprintz en una
tumba hecha por l
HECKINGEN, Alemania. Julio
28. (UP). El Kronprlnz Gui-
llermo de Hohenzollern, hijo
mayor del finado kaiser y l-
timo heredero del trono Im-
perial en otros tiempos todopo-
deroso, fue enterrado hoy aqu.
La Inhumacin fue efectuada en
lo tumba hecha bajo su pro-
pia direccin en el antiguo cas-
tillo familiar Burg Hohenzo-
llern, que domina a esta pe-
quea ciudad alemana.
A las ceremonias asistieron
300 representantes de la anti-
gua nobleza alemana, de las
casas reales europeas, algunas
todava reinantes y de las fuer-
zas aliadas de ocupacin.
El principe falleci el viernes
ltimo de un colapso cardiaco
a los 69 aos de edad.
Por ltima vea el fausto real
rode al ltimo alemn que po-1 para calcular condiciones li-
dia regir a la Nacin. sicas de los alumnos y relacio-
El nuevo cabeza de familia, nes entre una calificacin u 0
Luis Temando, el hermano ms tra. Los monogramas ayudan a
joven de Guillermo, es repre- calcular rpidamente coeficien-
sentante de la comoala de au- tes y son de gran utilidad past
tomvlles Ford en Bremen. Este Ingenieros, estudiantes y see-
acompaft el cortejo fnebre en clones de estadstica. En
compaa de la princesa Ceci- trabajos de Ingeniera el pa
lia viuda del finado de quien semllogaritmico y el cuadri
estaba separada *o " frecuen^

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IN IUi rALltfUb ItUADOk AN A
*TA CU'i)AD lALLt M. NO. B7
Ut L^arruet
de WASHINGTON
Per DREW PEARSON
LAS CENSURAS AL RGANO JUDICIAL
En relacin con nuestros recientes editoriales
acerca de la 'Independencia de los Jueces" se nos
han hecho reparos en el sentido de que quiz no nos
hayamos dado cuenta de que s se justifican las cri-
ticas que con frecuencia se hacen por las demoras
en la investigacin de los delitos. Tales observacio-
nes nos obligan a hacer comentarios adicionales al
respecto.
En efecto, s hay quejas, desafortunadamente
justificadas, por la actuacin de algunos funciona-
rios del Ministerio Pblico. Esas quejas se rozan ca-
si siempre con demoras inexplicables en las investi-
gaciones que por mandato de la ley deben llevarse
a cabo. Es cierto, certsimo, que con ello se irrogan
graves perjuicios a la comunidad y que sera de de-
searse que esta situacin se corrija hasta donde ello
sea humanamente posible.
Aun cuando la Constitucin trata en un mismo |
ttulo "El rgano Judicial" de la Administra-
cin de Justicia y del Ministerio Pblico, las funcio-
nes de los tribunales, es decir, de los Jueces y Ma-
gistrados, son radicalmente distintas de las de los
Agentes del Ministerio Pblico. Se sabe que aqu-
llos administran justicia, en tanto que a stos, en-
tre otras atribuciones, les corresponde la de inves-
tigar los delitos.
La generalidad de las personas tiene el concep-
to errneo de que los Fiscales administran justicia,
por el hecho de que investigan los delitos. Acaso al-
gunos agentes del Ministerio Pblico incurran en
anlogo error. De aqu la confusin que exicte al
respecto. Pero rectamente no deberan impu-
tarse a los jueces las censuras por las demoras a que
se ha aludido. Tales censuras, cuando sean mereci-
das, deben caer sobre el Ministerio Pblico y de
ninguna manera sobre los Tribunales.
En verdad, a los Tribunales de Justicia les co-
rresponde cierta responsabilidad por la confusin
que existe en este particular. Deberan, por lo me-
nos, repudiar los cargos que genricamente se hacen
contra la administracin de justicia o contra el r-
gano judicial, cuando en realidad son contra
ciertos agentes del Ministerio Pblico.
An cuando hay esa clara delimitacin de fun-
ciones no cabe duda alguna de que los Agentes del
Ministerio Pblico estn tambin obligados a tomar
medidas no slo para contrarrestar las censuras que
se les hacen por demoras injustificadas, sino tam-
bin a pregonar y mantener su independencia de
criterio, para contribuir al prestigio de la Nacin
y para que por su actuacin no se irroguen ofensas
a la Administracin de Justicia.
Drew Pearson dice: Las primarias de Oregon pueden obli-
gar a Eisenhower a tomar una decisin; los Comunis-
tas temen la propaganda norte-americana.
WASHINGTON. Oregon
puede ser el talado en donde
el General Eisennower lene
i|Ue decidirse M V a correr
o no"' para la Presidencia, y
por que partido.
La situacin en Oregon fue
descrita al mentor poltico uc
fcisennower, el Senador Jim
Duff de Pennsylvania, por el
director del "Capital Journal"
de Salem, Orefn, Robert
Letts Jones. Jones explic que
tiene un reglamento que per-
mite a cualquier persona en-
trar en las primarias por me-
dio de mil firmas, quiera el
candidato que se incluya su
nombre o no.
El nombre de Eisenhower
puede ser incluido en las pri-
marias de Oregon por mil de
ua amigos, sin su consenti-
miento, y como un medio pa-
ra probar su fuersa poltica.
Las primarias de Oregon
tienen otro ngulo interesan-
te, segn explic Jones a
Duff. El Fiscal del Estado na
ordenado que ningn candi-
dato puede correr a menos
que se sepa su filiacin po-
ltica. En esta forma, Eisen-
hower se ver obligado a de-
cidirse por los Republicanos o
Demcratas.
Ya que las primarias de
Oregon son el 16 de mayo y
los nombres de los candida-
tos deben ser enviados con 90
das de anticipacin. Eisen-
hower tendra que decidirse
en febrero.
NOTAEs cosa segura que
los amigos de Ike. y tiene
muchos en el nor-oeste lan-
zarn su sombrero al cuadri-
ltero por medio de las pri-
marias de Oregon.
LA PROPAGANDA
HACE DAO
Informes procedentes de la
cortina de hierro indican que
una de las razones por la que
se apres al corresponsal de
la Prensa Asociada. William
Oatis en Checoeslovaquia, es
que la propaganda norteame-
ricana por medio de la Vos de
Amrica y la Radio Libre de
Europa hace dao.
Cuando los comunistas quie-
ren conseguir algo de Esta-
dos Unidos, su tcnica infali-
SU PELO
Para eoa*rrvar vi pelo aseado, lvetele
on PIOUN'A. PiojDa atea y hermoiea e'
bella; alma picazones y erupcionea levej
n la cabeza 7 en el cuerpo, cicatriza am
>ollai y rajadura, en lot pi, ftitruye para
:io< efl lai labeza y partea vcuoiaa. Compre
: O TINA en tu botica.
ble, aunque un poco cruda,
es apresar a un ciudadano
norteamericano y mantenerlo
de rehn hasta que nosotros
accedamos, a pagar el resca-
te.
El rescate exigido por Che-
coeslovaquia es que suspen-
damos las transmisiones de la
Voz de Amrica y la Radio
Libre de Europa contra Che-
coeslovaquia, las cuales le ha-
cen dao a ese Gobierno. Sin
lugar a dudas, la Voz de
Amrica tiene temblando al
Gobierno cheeo.
Antes de que el Ministro
de Relaciones Exteriores de-
mentis fuera purgado, la Voz
de Amrica predijo que l y
otros ocho checos seran a-
rrestados. Durante semanas,
la Voz de Amrica estuvo
transmitiendo estas predc-
elo n e s a Checoeslovaquia,
dando los nombres de las
presuntas victimas. Los che-
cos escuchaban pero se mos-
traban escpticos.
Entonces, de repente, de-
mentis fue arrestado junto
con l fueron arrestados cua-
tro de los otros checos que
la Vos de Amrica haba
nombrado. Toda Checoeslova-
quia se asombr. La veraci-
dad de la Voz de Amrica fue
comentada en todos lados y
su audicin fue duplicada.
Mucho mas que antes, los
checos estn sintonizando a
la Voz de Amrica para ver
a quin m?* van a purgar.
AVISO CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales v Compras del Ministerio
de Hacienda v Tesoro, recibir Diopuestas cerradas has-
ta las diez en punto de la maana del da 15 de Agos-
to del ao en curso, por el suministro de SULFATO DE
ALUMINIO c HIPOCLORITO DE CALCIO para uso d-
la Planta Purlficadora de David, Chlrlqu.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los Intere-
sados durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Panam. 25 de Julio. 1951.
JOS AROSEMENA G..
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CLUB DE 50 SEMANAS
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PUES, HOMBRE,
, LE DIRE..
I Qu le gusta mas a la mayora
de la gente ? Cuando se ha esta-
do tanto tiempo en el negocio
como yo, y ae ha visto qu mar-
cas prefiere el pblico, se apren-
de a conocer aus gustos.
En mi tienda, por ejemplo. la
mayora da mi clientes pre-
fiere las Sopas Campbell's. Co-
mo hay 21 clases a eligir, laa
hay para todos loa paladares,
todas laa familiaa y todos los
bolsillos.
Y no es extrao. Todas las
Sopas Campbell's son delicio-
sas . muy nutritivas . una
buena compra.
SI. yo afirmarla que las Sopas
Campbell's son las preferidas
del pblico. Lo s... porque ven-
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&
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Una conspiracin contra el
Dictador Stalin termin en
'bao de sangre' en Alemania
Catorce oficiales rusos fueron ejecutados en Torgau,
Alemania Oriental, despus de descubierto
el complot por la MVD
Catorce oficiales rusos fueron ejecutados el 27 de febrero en
Torgau, Alemania Oriental, como resultado del descubrimiento de
un serio complot por la MVD, polica de seguridad del Soviet. La
conspiracin lacinia a algunos de los altos oficiales de las fuer-
zas de ocupacin, y una ola de arrestos se desat sobre la men-
cionada ciudad situada sobre el rio Elba.
Los antecedentes del complot son en resumen los siguientes:
Desde haca algn tiempo vena aumentando el fermento
entre algunos altos oficiales rusos en Alemania Oriental y en
otros pases satlites.
Los oficiales que haban pasado suficiente tiempo fuera de
las fronteras de la Unin Sovitica se haban formado sn pro-
pia opinin acerca de la actual poltica rusa, llegando muchos
de ellos al convencimiento de que esa poltica conduca irreme-
diablemente a la Union Sovitica hacia una guerra que. en opi-
nin de ellos, slo tenia un desembocadera: el desastre nacional.
Se consideraba asimismo en esos circuios que los informes
de los jefes comunistas alemanes Pieck, Grotewobl y Ulbritch
para el Kremlin daban una descripcin completamente errada
de la situacin en Alemania.
En su informe, dice un coronel ruso, estos jefes comunistas
aseguraban al Kremlin que ellos tenan el completo dominio de
la situacin y que la Unin Sovitica, en caso de guerra, podra
contar con la absoluta lealtad de Alemania Oriental. Oficiales
rusos de experiencia consideraban esto como una insensatez.
Seriamente preocupados, ciertos oficiales rusos establecieron
contactos entre si v disentieron sobre los pasos que deban darse
para evitar el desastre, hacia el cual Stalin y el Politburo empu-
jan a la nacin.
Durante las entrevistas secretas efectuadas en el curso del
mes de enero en Torgau a las cuales asistieron tan solo ofi-
ciales con grado superior al de mayor chocaron dos opiniones
divergentes. La mayora favoreca la accin directa contra Sta-
lin mientras una minora consideraba intil toda resistencia y
consideraba que sencillamente deba dejar que las cosas siguie-
ran su curso.
La reunin lleg a gran estado de excitacin, y se propuso
all, entre otras cosas, que un grupo de oficiales fuera a Mosc
ron el propsito de eliminar a Stalin y organizar una insurrec-
cin de las fuerzas armadas.
La MVD, informada de la reunin, posiblemente por un trai-
dor, golpe fuertemente y sin misericordia. Varios participantes
fueron arrestados y otros, enviados a sus eaaas "con licencia",
lian desaparecido desde entonces. Slo unos cuantos lograron
escapar. Catorce fneron ejecutados.
Se cree que el descubrimiento del complot dio lugar a que
se acelerara el reemplaso de las fuerzas de ocupacin, las cuales
por algn timpo hablan estado no slo en Alemania Oriental,
sino tambin en Austria y otros estados eslavos. Nuevas tropas
procedentes de Rusia y Asia central son enviadas para reempla-
zar a las unidades "europizadas" cuya moral se ha quebrantado
come resultado de su permanencia en el Oeste. Sin embargo, la
purga de las fuerzas de ocupacin sigue adelante en medio de
completo silencio.
PROGRAMA "EL CARRUSEL DE LA ALEGRA"
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EL SINDICATO DE INDUSTRIALES DE PANAMA
CITA a todos sus miembros a una reunin de carcter GENERAL que se celebrar
en las Oficinas del Sindicato, situadas en el 4o. Piso del Edificio Kardonski, casa n-
mero 39 de la Avenida Central (Frente a la Lotera Nacional,
el da LUNES 30 de Julio de 1951. a las cinco '5 p.m.) de la tarde, con el fin de ELEGIR
LOS NUEVOS DIRECTORES DEL SINDICATO.
Se advierte a los Interesados que la eleccin se llevar a cabo en la forma que deter-
minan los estatutos. Cada Seccin del Sindicato elegir entre sus miembros un represen-
tante. Los representantes asi escogidos formarn parte de la Junta Directiva y de entre
ellos procedern de Inmediato a elegir al Presidente, al lo. y 2o. Vlce-Presldentes. al Teso-
rero y al Secretarlo.
Las Secciones que elegirn representantes son las siguientes: Constructores y Contra-
tistas: Fabricantes de Mosaicos. Azulejos y Marmoleras; Fabricantes de Productos de Arci-
lla: Fabricantes de Muebles: Fabricantes de Calzados: Teneras; Industrias Azucareras;
Sastreras y Confecciones; Lavanderas; Fabricantes de Confites y Galletas: Fabricantes
de Aceites y Productos Similares; Plantas de Energa Elctrica. Gas y Telfonos; Indus-
trias Extractivas; Espectculos Pblicos; Talleres Mecnicos. Herreras e Imprentas; Indus-
trias Licoreras; Fabricantes de Bebidas Gaseosas; Fabricantes de Bloques, e Industrias
Varias.
COMUNICADO A LOS COMERCIANTES
En atencin a consultas que en distinta* formas y en diferentes oca-
sionen se le han hecho a la Cmara de Comercio, Industrias y Agri-
cultura respecto de Cierre General fuera de los das estipulados por
la Ley, la Junta Directiva de dicha Institucin ha resuelto comunicar,
como en efecto comunica al comercio en general, que ella resolver
en cada caso, con conocimiento de causa, cundo debern ser cerra-
dos los respectivos establecimientos en das que no sean Domingos o
feriados legales v lo publicar ampliamente con la debida oportuni-
dad.
Panam, 28 de Julio de 1951.
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Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los intere-
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Panam. 15 de Julio, 1951.
JOS AROSEMENA (i..
Jefe de Materiales y Compras.
AV I SO
Venia de Casas en Juan Diaz No. 1
El Gerente del
BANCO DE URBANIZACIN Y'REHABILITACIN
informa
qne desde esta fecha queda abierto el periodo de peticiones
para compra de casas en la nueva urbanizacin de Juan
Das No. 1. Los interesados pueden llenar los formularios
en las Oficinas del Bl'R durante la prxima semana. Aque-
llas personas que ya hicieron sus peticiones tendrn que re-
petirlas con arreglo al nuevo formulario. Empleados del
Bl'R ayudarn a los solicitantes en el trabajo de llenar
los formularios correspondientes.
BL GERENTE
24 de Julio de 1951.
Salud con ,
SAL HEPTICA!
LAXANTE
EFERVESCENTE
SALINO
EFICAZ
ANTICIDO
ECONMICO
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Caranthada por el Estado,

Paga 2% de inters anual en depsito
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B. 5.00
Efectuamos operaciones de prstamo eon garantas de
primeras hipotecas y prendas comerciales.
AHORROS DE NAVIDAD
Depsitos semanales de B .0.25; B .0.50; B .1.00
y B .5.00, por un perodo de cuarentiocho (48)
semanas.
Oficinas en Panam: Ave. Central esquina cen Calle "I"
Oficinas en Coln: Calle del Frente esquina con Calle la.
HORAS:
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G. A. De ROUX,
Administrador.
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Sub- Administrador.
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SBADO. JULIO 21. 1951
El. PANAMA AMERICA IHARIO INUEPKNIilKNT*
.PAGINA TRES
"A su debido tiempo" podrn Tmese
ser retiradas las tropas de
las Naciones Unidas de Corea
Celoso porque crey
que los besos de su
mujer eran para otro
en
la guerra
el Cercano
civil
Oriente
Con el fin de investigar
actividades de una red de
las
es-
As lo declara el Secretario de Defensa de Estados
Unidos, George C. Marshall
WASHINGTOK, julio M. --------------
(-USIS). El Secretario de De-
fensa Marshall ha declarado
que el retiro de todas las fuer-
zas extranjeras en Corea "a
su debido tiempo" no ser pro-
blema si los comunistas son
sinceros en el deseo de un ver-
dadero arreglo del conflicto co-
reano.
'Mientras tanto", dijo Mar-
shall en una conferencia de
prensa el martes, "la continua
presencia y presteza de las fuer-
ras de las Naciones Unidas en
Corea constituyen la nica se-
Rridad que tenemos de hacerle
frente a la amenaza de reno-
vada agresin si no tienen xito
las conversaciones de paz".
Las negociaciones entre las
delegaciones de la ONU y lo*
comunistas deben reanudarse
hoy como resultado de la pe-
ticin de los comunistas sobre
un receso de Cuatro das.
El Secretario MarshaH recal-
c que el comando de la ONU
est tratando por medio de las
actuales conversaciones de que
se acuerde un temarlo que con-
duzca'a las negociaciones sobre
un "armisticio militar apropia-
do" distinto de la negociacin
d un ajuste politico".
Por tanto, los asuntos pol-
ticos deben ser excluidos de las
actuales conversaciones.' aun
cuando la deliberacin sobre a-
suntos de.carcter politico pue-
de tener lugar despus de un
artwMlcio aceptable. NUEVA YORK, julio 28.. (UP>
. i... ' La creciente agitacin pol-
Los comunistas han Plantea-, tlca en el Medl0 oriente reper-
do la cuestin del retiro de las | cutl en lag Naclones Unl.
tropas en las conversacines_de da| cuand0 Israel socUo al
6ias, el lamoso aviador Henry
'uran, se hizo substituir en la
vida real por el famoso baila-
rn y comediante Jack Martin,
con quien tenia un extraordi-
nario parecido. Y era tan gran-
de este parecido, que su misma
esposa Lilli Duran, no pudo
darse cuenta de la suplantacin,
con excepcin del tono de la
voz.
Lilli y el cmico Martin pa-
saron momentos sumamente fe-
lices' recorriendo todos los lu-
gares de la Costa Azul y los
suntuosos salones del Casino de
Montecarlo. Por las noches, en
la intimidad de hogar el avia-
dor Henry Duran substitua al
cmico Martin y las cosas que-
daban asi en su lugar.
Sin embargo, Henry Duran, al
encontrar demasiado ardiente y
amorosa a su esposa Lilli, cre-
y que sus besos estaban des-
tinados al cmico Jack Martin,
y, en consecuencia se puso ce-
loso. Para convencerse, al re-
tornar a su casa le dijo que
haba estado fuera de la ciudad
desde haca tres das y Lilli, -
larmada, le confes que de ser
eso asi, ella haba entregado su
amor a otro hombre que le
era muy parecido. Slo asi se
convepci de que los besos que
le haba dado su esoosa haban
sido destinados a l.
Esta preciosa farsa tiene lu-
gar en la magistral pelcula
musical en technicolor, titulada
"Escndalo en la Costa Azul",
con Gene Tlerney. el bailarn
Danny Kaye y la preciosa bai-
larina francesa Corinne Calvet,
como estrellas.
Esto le hara el juego a los
rusos y afectara la economa
de todos los pueblos rabes
En el seno de las Naciones
Unidas se debaten problemas
candentes del Medio Oriente
Por Edward J Michelsnn
(N.A.NA.)
WASHINGTON, Julio 27 (EPSI
El asesinato del Rey Abdullah
del Jordn ha despertado aqu
el temor deque estallen guerras
civiles en el cercano Oriente,
complicando an ms la seria
situacin internacional.
Este temor fu expresado por
los representantes Jacob Javlts,
miembro de la comisin de rela-
ciones exteriores de la Cmara, y
i Daniel A. Flood, quien hace po-
1 co haba conferenciado con el
' propio Abdullah en su capital
I de Ammn.
Para cambiar Impresiones so-
1 bre la materia se verific una
; reunin de la citada comisin, a
la cual concurrieron el secreta-
I rio de estado auxiliar, George
i C. McGhee. Javlts dijo que era
j posible que como consecuencia
del asesinato del rey de Jor-
dn estallara la guerra en el
mundo rabe, lo cual a la vez
que hara el juego a los rusos,
causaran grandes dificultades
al occidente y afectara nota-
blemente el desarrollo econ-
mico tanto de los pases arbi-
gos como de Israel.
Flood, por su parte, seal
que Abdullah haba estado en
trmW relativamente buenos
con Israel, en tanto que era
temido por los reyes de Egipto
y Arabia Saudita por su cru-
zada a favor de la organizacin
de una "Gran Siria" que inclu-
yera a Siria, Jordn e Iraq.
"Tal cruzada ha terminado
con la muerte de Abdullah", de-
clar Flood. "Su hijo mayor es
un enfermo y su hijo seguudo ts
un Joven que no tiene la fuer-
za necesaria para realizar el
ideal de su padre. Tuve oportu-
nidad de ver a la Legin Ara-
be y es ciertamente una fuer-
za formidable, por lo menas en
apariencia, pero no creo que la
regencia pueda mantener la
posicin creada por Abdullah."
McGhee haba conferenciado
la vspera de la reunin con ol
embajador de Israel aqu, Abba
Evan, quien est tratando de ob-
tener el levantamiento del blo-
queo egipcio contra los bar-
cos que necesltai cruzar el ca-
nal de Suez en ruta hacia los
puertos de Israel. Como resul-
tado de este bloqueo, la refi-
nera petrolera de Haifa opera
a menos del 30% de su capaci-
dad. Todo el petrleo q' se re-
fine all es importante, inclusi-
ve de Venezuelf.
Los egipcios detuvieron hace
poco el vapor de .carga britni-
co 'Empire Roach', que llevaba
una cantidad de armas para
Jordn, las cuaje fueron deco-
misadas.
Los funcionarlos d. la emba-
jada israellna sufrieron una
tremenda Impresin al saber
el asesinato de Abdullah, ya
que Israel confiaba en poder
llegar a un acuerdo con ste.
Se tiene entendido tambin
que los britnicos han estado
negociando con Israel el aumen-
to de la produccin, de petrleo
refinado en Haifa, ton motivo
de sus dificultades con el go-
bierno de Irn.
BARROS
EL UNGENTO BLANCO Y NEGRO es
una indispensable ayuda para eliminar los
barros, granos, espinillas, pecas y otras
affeciones que afean la piel. Es tambin
un efectivo agente blanqueador del cutis.
sese en combinacin con el JABN FA-
CIAL BLANCO Y NEGRO para un trata-
miento completo.

UNGENTO
Y JABN
BLANCO Y NEGRO
Kaesong, aun cuando la delega-
cin de la ONU ha manifesta-
do varias veces que no-discu-
tir la' cuestin.
MarshaH enumer.las cuatro
"condiciones bsicas" del ar-
misticio asi:
1Debe, tenerse un acuerdo
sobre una. linea militar que sea
defendible en l caso de reanu-
dacin de hostilidades;
2Debe'haber un acuerdo pa-
ra reforzar a las tropas que-es-
tn ahora en Corea:
3Debe disponerse lo perti-
nente para la adecuada inspec-
cin por representantes de los
dos bandos a fin de tener se-
guridades contra cualesquiera
preparativo d ataque de sor-
presa.
4Debe tenerse un acuerdo
satisfactorio en" relacin con los
prisioneras de guerra.
45,--------------------'- .
Iraeiit
per fcabtNM lifcrah
4t !i etis.ipt.ei!
-No escribo para obtener una re-
conpenM, sino para darles las t-
t!. Ail-Bran me k* curado ai
estreimiento. |Es
raviBotol" Pala-
bras de la seora B.
Metzler. 94 M.xwell
Ave* Rochester II.
N. Y. Un testimonio
mis de Us centena-
res de persons* quel__
toman AH-Braa. Si le'constipation
ejue usted sufre se debe a falta de
volumen, tome disrsmtBte una
nu de AH-Bran y beba much
agua durante I dfa. Muy pronto
notar* usted alivio. All-Brass
am delicioso lsmantev
1 d.l postft wn
Consejo de Seguridad que or-
denara a Egipto que cese de-
finitivamente e Incondicional-
mente de bloquear el Canal de
Suez y que dicho alto organis-
mo se pronunciara sobre si exis-
ta o no un estado de guerra
entre Israel y Egipto.
Egipto replic que existe un
estado de guerra entre ambos
pases ycjues'te Jerce su legi-
timo derecho de "autoprotec-
cin" al detener .los cargamen-
tos destinados a Israel.
El debate del Consejo de Se-
guridad, que puede ser decisivo
para la intervencin de las Na-
ciones Unidas en la. situacin
cada vez peor en el Medio- O-
riente fue iniciado por el dele-
gado Israelita Abba Eban, quien
afirm que el bloque de Egipto
viola la convencin de 188'. as
como el. armisticio entre Israel
y EnipLo y las disposiciones del
derecho Internacional que ga-
rantizan la libertad de los ma-
res, ___________
No Asma
En 2
Ao*
Hace 2 Roa 1 Sra, Sara Orozco do
fandl&o, HttU tu sufriendo da
* tuerte alague de Aetna Habla per-
dido IS kilo* da peeo, sofrfa da ata-
que* asmticos o. la ahogaban y quo
la Impadlan dormir, y ya caal habla
perdido la aparanaa de eculr Till-
ando. 1a ocha que uao Mendaco -''
arabd con loa espasmos asmticos- *5n
loa rtoa ano paaadoa no ha vuelto a
aufrlr da Aar.ia. Mendaco ha tenida
tanta sito ofreciendo dar a loa
parientes reeplraclon fcil y libra en
M kvas. Pida Mendaco en cualquier
farmacia boy miaow-y Te* bien
le dormir tita, noche y calote
sasje-r ee
le n tir,
maana.
*
SOL! 11 *> .> *...<-
<_ dormir* t-t* nochi
Mendaco
FELIX
SUCURSAL EN AVE. TIVOLI
Sensacionales Rebajas de
TRAJES DE NOCHE
en todos tamaos
DURANTE LA VENTA ESPECIAL DE
4? ANIVERSARIO
JULIO 31
BLUSAS
DE MALLA
en todos los colores

El Regalo Preferido por la
Gente Moderna!
SHEAFFER3
DE VENTA EN:
PANAMA:
Cana 7.aldo Joyera Porra
Librera Preciado Nove-
dades Morrleon La Oficina
Moderna Snrhei y Herre-
ra Servirlo Lewi*.
COLON:
John Surenj
DAVID:
Julio C. Contrera*
B. Gomlez Revllla y Ca.
Librera Regional
ArHtldet Romero

Represntate: CA. ATLAS, S. A.
TODO XITO
LA PRESENTACIN EN EL
CLUB MAS POPULAR DE
LA CAPITAL DEL GRAN
S-S DILMER
PRESTIDIGITADOR VENTRLOCUO



Sorprendentes experimen-
tos de ocultismo. Lo incre-
ble en ocultismo! Lo que
puede la Magia! Lo ms
avanzado en Ventriloquia,
la voz de ahajo y de arri-
ba. Nmeros asombrosos de
prestidigitation! Algo dife-
rente y sensacional que
causar la admiracin del
pblico. El Profesor Diimer
se presentar todas las no-
ches en las tres Revistas
regulares que presenta es-
te centro nocturno.
.LATINAS BOYAL
El postra da loa dUa esloreeoe...
deliciro. para y fresco roano la (rata
jateas. Hay an arco-iris a etcofst
en aa rica variedad de esborss: frese,
Irambaeee. naranja limn y cereta.
PUDN IS BOYAL
Para complementar ana comida ...
aa postra dalicioao y fcil da diferir
... ifAcil da preparar tasa bien' Pru-
balos an aaa difsrsntas ss borea- vai-
Stta. caocolate, caramela. Y los deli-
ciosos basa da tapioca; coco con
naranja. Tainilla y chocolata.
LAN BOYAL
iLeddor coma ol ara... deliciosa
ajano la miel1 atrvalo a manado en
ana tumi pacana al Plan Royal
I ala mars sala perfecto! t aa a nen-
e-la y raaedo anearla!
jp^slVW WVfifl e.. efl*l(sM WM BWaffl
El Conjunto que dirige con
gran acierto el coregrafo
Roberto Morales presenta-
r una bella creacin de
su vasto repertorio.

ROSITA y ANTONIO
formidable pareja de bai-
les espaoles cuya origina-
lidad hace que sus danzas
sean las favoritas del p-
blico.


Ud.
tuyos servicios
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conocer:



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simptica intrprete de la
cancin y de la rumba que
ha logrado las mejores fe-
licitaciones.
I'enea usted y su familia a reir con el
Negrito Venancio y el Caballero Grego-
olvdese de la mala situacin.
no v
El Profesor Diimer con su arte inagotable le har pasar
un rato agradable y lleno de sorpresa.
ORQUESTAS MSICA CONTINUA
tea s.r. icio
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Patajes e tu major amigo.
Precisamente, su especialidad con-
siste en ayudarlo a resolver cualquier
problema de transporte, en facili-
tarle un viaje interesante y feliz.
Y por nada de estos extras paga Ud. I
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Por eso, cuando viaje pornita quo
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PAGINA CUATRO
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SBADO, JTTLIO M, 1H
*
- CR UC1GRAMA -
TT
HORIZONTALES:
Divino.
6Altar.
8Repeticin de sonido, Pl.
12Monte de Grecia.
13Oxido de calcio
14Apodo de mujer.
15Puerto de la Amrica
Central.
1Monumento egipcio
cuadrngula!'.
18Querdos.
20Tienen variedad.
21Nombre de mujer.
22Letra castellana.
23Mal educado, tosco.
26Departamento de Francia.
30Regin de Europa.
SIHombre joven.
33Por causa de
34 Rezaba.
36Se hace de da.
38Nombre de mujer.
40Rio de Alemania.
41Relativo a la epopeya, Pl.
44Apellido espaol.
47Del verbo remesar.
49Igual al 12 Horizontal.
SODel verbo tocar, Inv.
51Nmero.
52Una docena.
84Del verbo sacar.
54Organi7acin de Naciones
Americanas. Inic.
65-Agarraderas.
VERTICALES:
1Fecha
8 Adverbio latino que signifi-
ca adem.
3Que vuela.
4Atrevidos, audaces.
5Hostigara.
6Expendio de bebidas, Inv.
7Alevoso, traicionero.
8Caudillos rabes.
9Un poco.
10Cetceo de los mares
Norte.
11Colina de Jerusaln.
17Hecho lminas.
19Condimento. Pl.
los Rones Deben
Eliminar Los cidos
ZJ cuerpo humano n deshace d*l
xeeao d* cido* y desperdicio* vna-
*osu* do la asnero, por modlo do loo
fiuavo Milllonoa do dlmlnutoa tuboo
flllroa do loa rlflonoa. SI oatoa veneno*
dio loo rlflonoa o la vejiga lo hace*
ufrlr ron Imantada* nocturna*, nar*
oioatdad, dolorea do pierna*, ojera*.
lumbago, dolorea do laa coyuntura*,
aridez o ardor en In* conduelo*, de-
bido a la nor-oaldad do eatlmulanto
diurtico, pruebe Cyete.
Deahgaa* del cido arico y loa
renenoa con la recata mdica llamada
Cyatox. ouo oo nn diurtico osllmu-
lanto do loa rlflonoa y paliativo para
la Irritacin funcional do la veil* 1
via* urlnarlae an oatado do cides
Cyatex eatlafaror a usted complata.
monto y aera la medicina qua iiated
oooajta. Pida Cyatax hoy mame
oa au far-
naca (*>
vorlla.
--.i-M. fin If/IIIR n
..Cystex
- en -
Mi QUERIDO
CAPITN
23Clase de tela.
24Ave fabulosa.
29Letra castellana.
32Cariosa.
35Juego de naipes.
37Precipitacin de nieve.
39Cocinado en seco.
41Dios griego del amor.
42Mancha de la piel.
43Inger alimentos, Inv.
45Piedras muy duras.
46Naipes.
48 Gracia especial para hacer
algo.
SOLUCIN DE AYER
Se escoger Reina
del basketball en
la ciudad de David
COLON, uKo 28 Quintero)Con gran entusias-
mo y Jbilo dentro de la fami-
lia deportiva chirlcana. ae vie-
ne desarrollando en la ciudad
de David un Reinado Deportivo
para escoger la Reina del Ba-
loncesto del ao 51. torneo de
belleza y civismo que se desen-
vuelve bajo los auspicios de la
Liga Provincial de Baloncesto
que preside el conocido depor-
tista. Carlos M. Jurado con la
colaboracin de la recientemen-
te fundada Asociacin de Re-
dactores Deportivos de Chlri-
qui.Segn lo que nos informa
el colega y amigo Erasmo Del-
gado P. Jefe de las planas de-
portivas del diario La Razn",
el sbado pasado se verific el
segundo escrutinio en el Gim-
nasio Escolar de la Avenida
Central y una gran cantidad
de lindas damitas chirlcanas
daban al colisen un cuadro su-
mamente bello.
La encantadora seorita Elba
sania
NCANJ,
AIRE ACONDICIONADO
HOY! Sensacional
Doble Programa!
Un drama basado en infor-
mes secretos de la Fuerza
Area Norteamericana... Re-
velados ahora por primera
vez!...
MMNS DE EHBMM
Deportistas tie Antn
inconformes con la
actitud de Educacin
' ANTON. Julio 28 (Por Corres-
ponsal A. Chong)Loa depor-
tistas en unin de la Liga de
Basketball y del Club Social y
Deportivo Antonero, estn en
pi de alerta por las actitudes
asumida por el Ministro de Edu
cacln y del Jefe del Departa-
mento de Educacin Fsica de
nombrar una Junta Provisional
para administrar el Gimnasio
de este pueblo.
La junta est compuesta por
el Director de la Escuela y el
maestro de Educacin Fsica y
un representante del pueblo de-
Jando por fuera a un miembro
del Club que fu el que m
luch por las reparaciones de
dicho edificio deportivo.
Esperamos que tanto el seor
Ministro de Educacin como el
seor Roy sabrn atender la
solicitud con respecto a que la
Junta este compuesta por cua-
tro personas dos representes de
la Escuela y, un miembro del
Club y uno que estar repre-
sentando el pueblo.
Ramos avenala hasta ln fecha
y la sigue de cerca la simptica
seorita Lilla Palacios.
Las madrlnltas de los equipos
que se disputan el honor de ser
Reina marchan en esta forma
en dos escrutinios verificados.
Elba Ramos 225 votos
Lilla Palacios 145 "
L. Olaclregul 102 "
C. Centeno 91 "
R. G. Lezcano 55 "
Tula Palacios 60 "
H. Osorlo 45 "
R. Araz 44 "
I. Gonzlea 40 "
Ch. Bouche 25 "
Se Inscribieron
Ms Atletas Para
El Torneo Del 5
El aplazamiento del torneo de
Atletismo para el Domingo 5 ci
Agosto ha acrecentado el Inte-
rs de los atleta., que partici-
parn en dicho torneo.
Este torneo auspiciado por Ja
Asociacin Deportiva "Augusto
Brondi" y dirigido por el Ins-
tructor de atletismo Carlos Be-
lizario reunir a los mejores
atletas del pas lo cual sin du-
da alguna le dar una gran
brillantez.
Se espera que la clsica cen-
turia sea un verdadero duelo y
se predice desde ahora que el
record sobre esta distancia ser
mejorado;
solo pudieron descifrar los en-
vos de J. Ortega en 3 ocasio-
nes.
El cuadro de los Dragones pe-
c en 6 ocasione- pero la len-
titud y el mal recorrido de los
polticos no aprovecharon las
oportunidades que se les pre-
sent.
Por la loma de los Patriti-
cos desfilaron los lanzadores R.
Camarena que le dio paso a R.
Araz en el 5o. despus de un
castigo lnmlserlcorde: Ortega
lanz toda la distancia por los
ganadores y estafaron 10 bases.
TEATRO
PRESIDENTE
Los Dragones siguen
mejorando puntuacin
en la justa de S. Rita
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de Santa Rita
Circuito Mayor
G. P. Pj.
Dep. Azteca .......5 6 l.Oic
Dep. Dragones .... 5 2 .667
Dep. Granillo ......2 3 .44'
Fte. Patritico .....6 7 .900
El Dep. Dragones se mantuvo
en el segundo lugar de la justa
Mayor de la Liga de Baseball
de Santa Rita, al vencer ante-
ayer en el Estadio Olmpico a
los coleros del Frente Patriti-
co por anotacin de 10-3.
El desafio comenz con las
anotaciones parejas, pero los
polticos perdieron las riendas i
siendo entonces fcil presa de I
sus rivales que conectaron un
total de 11 incomibles entre ellos
batazo de vuelta entera de B.
Salas en el 8o. con dos compa-'
eros en las bases; los polticos
1 Pronto!
Presentacin
personal
de la
Reina
del
Mambo
y de los
Bailes
Tropicales
Amalla Aguilar *
f
U X
Aire-Acondicionado
TEATRO CECILIA
SIGUE HOY!
Tandav 1:3( 4:*3
:35 :55
La comedia ms famosa con
la Actriz del Ao!
"NACIDA AYER"
(Born Yesterday)
BRODERICK CRAWFORD
WILLIAM HOLDEN
Uno de los cinco mejores
dramas del ao!
Formidable creacin de
JOAN CRAWFORD!
Cwo/ oro
la mentira
do Harriot
Croi'o?
MAN WINOFII
RAWFORO COREY
PRESIDENTE
Una Comedia Musical como
pocas veces se puede ver...
Es alegre... Pcara
k en su dilogo sin
pecar de atrevido!
Pero Qu Deliciosa Es!...
FERNANDO SOLER
ROSITA QUINTANA
SARA GARCIA
EL GUILA IMPERIAL PRESENTA
"PAGINAS DE AMOR"
Todo los das, a las siete y media da la noche, la Compa-
a de Seguros de Vida "El guila Imperial", presenta a
travs de los micrfonos de la Red Panamericana: "PAGI-
NAS DE AMOR", que interpretan Anoland Diai y Lucho
Tapia. "PAGINAS DE AMOR" ofrece ana novela semanal
completa.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
AMOR VENDIDO
con
FREDDY FERNANDEZ
(EL PICHI)
TOflA LA NEGRA
(TRIO)
con JEAN SIMMONS
ANNE CRAWFORD
NIGEL PATRICK
ROLAND CULVER
a Afe*tCtcL
iuou aanoa-Him jcarnwiu* I
it.smea
con YOLANDA PAPLO ARMANDO
OSORIO ALMA Sl'AREZ
y los ar'istas panameflos
Farouk Santamara y Rosita, Das
Las Tandas del MARTES
empiezan a las 12 del dial
PRECIOS REGULARES:
B .60 y IM
Desde Mircoles "LAS MINAS DEL REY SALOMON"
JUEVES!
ORAN ESTRENO
=
Doblemente Fenomenal...!
"ESCNDALO EN LA
COSTA AZUL"
La Gran Comedia de
DANNY KAYE
.rrs
AHH*
: //4*>Y
/,. ta*
V OF W*
m
DAnHY
AYE
GENE
"lRNEi
&
CORlNNf
TECHNICOLOR
CENTRAL
TadaajJ:05,M2:3. 4:17,^6 :<4.r*;5l
Vctor Mature Terry Moor*
William Bendlx, en
"C*SA DE JUEGO"
Accin al rojo vlvol
- Adems: -
"RICO FESTN"
___Nuevo Cartn de Dlsneyl____
TEATRO LUX
La mejor arllsla del afta *a
1 rol que le dio el titulo:
"NACIDA AYEIT^
52 <, "T iff TKSi
BORN
YESTERDAY]
'. mor aaU
Moemc
HOLLIDAY HOLDEN CRAWFORD^
lc~. n >,<* iii.r..i ri. i u*f r T
BELLA VISTA
Stira. Infria y Romance hbil-
mente combinados en
una pelcula excep-
cional!. ..
Jean Slmaaoo*
Ann* Crawford
Harte*
- en -
TRES NTELAS
DE LA VIDA"
(Trio)
i.smiiw
TEATRO CECILIA
ALEGRE Y DIVERTIDO DOBLE I
Judy GARLAND Gene KELLY. I
"EL VALLE ALEGRE"
Adems:
Van Johnson Kathry Grayson. en
"A CASARSE TOCAT'
VARIEDADES
Amor y Sacrificio!... Baile* y
Cancionesl...
FERNANDO FERNANDEZ
.MECHE BARBA, fn
12.-. k '
"AMOR VENDIDO"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Air* Acondicionad*
Mark Stevens, en
"PRISIONERO DE
GUERRA"
- y -
Stephen McNally. en
"EL CORREO DE LA
MUERTE''_______
TROPICAL
DIANA LYNN CHARLES
COBURN. e>
-.
"Solrenra y Casado"
Vid^EstudlamlIyAlesJe!
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
La ms grandioaa pelcula
de toro*!...
Gilbert Roland Robert Suck
Hasty Jurado, en
"TARDE DE TOROS"
John Carrol, en
"NGEL SIN ALMA"
TEATRO TIVOLI
Dick Powell Rhonda Fleming, es
"PELIGRO"
Danny Kaye, en
"SOANDO DESPIERTO"
"UN ANO EN COREA"
____ TEATRO IRIS
Roberto Caftedo Rita
Montaner, en
"NEGRO ES MI COLOR"
El** Aguirre. en
"LOS VIEJOS SOMOS ASI
TEATRO EDISON
Tyrone Power, en
"La P.itralla Indmita"
- y -
"EL DIABLILLO Y LA
REINA':____
TEATRO VICTORIA
"El Enigma De La Torre"
Capta. 7 S Adema*:
"El Cazador de Asesinos"
"LOS FALSIFICADORES"
HISPANO
"LA CENICIENTA"
"Tartn y Las Amatonas"
-y -
"La Isla de Las Focas"
V/STERAiOSA
"CAPITN AMERICA''
Capta. 4 S Ademas:
"FURIA INDIA"
- y -
"Victima de su Honor"
PACIF ICO
"O Bey 4*1 Sabotaje" I
Capitulo* 5-
"El Ranchero Auai"
- y -
"El Delator InvktMe" I
IDEAL
"Zt CERCO DI?
FUEGO"
- y -
"CASADO Y CON
t SUEGRAS"
APOLO
"BODAS DF
FUEGO"
"BE LLAMABA
CARLOS GAROEL"
ROOCCI/[f T TI**" O*rdon Iiuadr a Marte" (S-7) Adems-
*'*' J c "!* Atures Monahana" y "U* Despiadado"



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SBADO, JULIO 21. 1951
WL PANAMA AMtBICA DIARIO IWUlfKHPUCWTt
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.
PAOIA CINCO
Informe para etU leccin te reciben en la
rKeaaccn Social
Telfono 3-1M9
de EL PAMMA-AMERICA
HURAS: 1:10 a 1I:M AM.
Apartado 1|4
qviM AfiM
mm
"Reina del Mambo" Amaba
Aguilar se presentar en el
Teatro Presidente el Martes
Liria hoy a la edad florida de loo IB aos, la tlmpatu-a se-
oriU Carmen Dora Racinrs R., y al enviarle nuestras sin-
cera felicitaciones le presentamos nuestros fervientes yotos
porque la felicidad y la ylrtnd ligan iluminando an senda.
Con este ran motivo, sns padres, eor Antonio Hacines y
seora Carmen D. Ros de Bacines, ofrecen esta noche una
fiesta en la Terra del Club Santo Dominio.
__

MISAS
En lot das 29 v 38 de los corrientes se dirn las
sifuientes misas an sufrago del alma de
FRANCISCO ARIAS PAREDES,
(a.d.D.t->
DA 29
Iglesia Catedral.......................... We a.m.
DA 30
Iglesia de Cristo Rey................S:J0 y *:N a.m.
Santuario Nacional........................ < > a.m.
Asilo de la Infancia ....................... '.. a.m.
Iglesia San Francisco................>i45 y :3o a.m.
Iglesia San Jos............................ *:M a.m.
Iglesia de Santa Ana ................ 7 :M y 1:09 a.m.
La Visitacin .............................>. 9:30 ajn.
Capilla del Carmen ........................ 9:39 a.m.
Capilla Mara Inmaculada ................. 6:99 a.m.
Sus deudos agradecern profundamente la asistencia
a estos actos piadosos.
nffet
Para despedir al seor Mario
Galindo T. y tabora Teresa M.l
de Oalindo quienes liguen pro-1
almamente para Europa, el se-
or Federico Humbert y seora
Eiter A. de Humbert ofrecieron
anoche un buffet en su resi-
dencia en El Cangrejo.
Cocktail
La seorita Graciela Cam-
pagnanl Tajada ofreci ayer un
cocktail en su residencia en los
Altos d Paltllla. para agasajar
a la seorita Marina Quizado y
1 seor Hernn Porras, quienes
contraern matrimonio maa-
n. ____
Juego de Cartas y T
Para agasajar a un grupo de
sus amigas, la seora Adelitu
E. de Santa Coloma ofreci ayer
un juego de Cartas y T en su
residencia.
Comida
Bl seor Harry Strunz Jr. y
seora Gladys J. de Strunz
ofrecieron anoche una comida
segoida de cine, en su residen-
cia, para agasajar a su hija
Gladicin con motivo de su cum-
pleaos.
Baile de Mamarrachos
Reina gran entusiasmo entre
nuestra juventud para el Baile
de Mamarrachos que tendr
lugar esta noche en el Club
Unin, durante le cual se cele-
brar el segundo y ltimo es-
crutinio para elegir la Reina
de los Estudiantes.
Funcin en el Teatre
Bella Vista
El Comit Pro Retiro Matas
Hernndei del Club Interame-
rlcanos de Mujeres est orga-
nizando una Gran Funcin, que
tendr, lugar el 15 de Agosto,
en el Teatro Bella Vista, para
recoger fondos para dicha ins-
titucin.
Cambio de Residencia
La seora Rita de Gasteazo-
ro y su hijo el seor Manuel
Oasteazoro y el seor Mariano
Gasteazoro y seora. Brid. de
Oasteazoro han trasladado su
residencia a la Ave. Per No. 87,
en donde se ponen a las rde-
nes de sus amistades.
El viernes lleg a nuestra ciu-
dad la gran bailarn ay cotizada
estrella del cine mexicano. A-
malia Aguilar, quien el prximo
martes iniciar en el Teatro
Presidente una serie de presen-
taciones personales. La foto pre-
senta el momento en que la po-
pular artista consagrada por los
pblicos como la "Reina del
Mambo" y la ms fiel intrprete
de los "bailes tropicales", se dis-
pona a salir del avin que la
trajo v daba un cordial saludo a
un gran nmero de sus simpa-
tizantes que se dieron cita en el
residencia la'seora Brlselda 8.
de Mndez. Nos alegramos.
La seora Sarita Millares de
De Sedas abandon el hospital
acompaada de su recin na-
cida.
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios clias recluida en la Clnica
San Femando se encuentra de
nuevo en su residencia la nia
Ruth Philliiphs Collazos. >s
alegramos.
API 7 LABIAL OF l* MUJA BON'TA
^ m
De los Estados Unidos
Saludamos al seor Jack
Scrlbner y seora JaquelLne de
Scrlbner, quienes regresaron de
los Estados Unidos en donde
pasaron varias semanas.
Para Europa
Muy feliz viaje le deceamus
al seor J. M. Berrocal y seora
Hilda F. de Berrocal y a su hi-
jo el seor Manuel Berrocal,
ulenes siguen maana para
uropa.
Para Cesta Rica
Siguieron ayer hacia San Jos
en donde pasarn varios das
de descanso el seor Hugo Gon-
zlez y seora I "la 8. de Gon-
zlez. Los despedimos.
Enfermos
Sufre quebrantos de salud en
el Hospital Panam el seor
Alberto Suescum. Completo res-
tablecimiento le deseamos.
Pronta mejora le deseamos
a la nia Edna de la Guardia
Alemn, quien se encuentra
recluida en su residencia a con-
secuencia de un accidente su-
frido ayer.
Abandonan el Hospital
Anotamos complacidos el res-
tablecimiento de la seora oiga
A. de Garca de Paredes, quien
abandon ayer el hospital.
Completamente restablecida
se encuentra de nuevo en su
Disfrute de momentos
Inolvidables.....
en el lugar apropiado
EL RANCHO




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Ambiente de total alegra
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como slo El Rancho puede hacerlos!
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Repollo Crema de Apio
Jugo de Tomate
Consomm Duchesse
Empanada Chileaa Salsa
Picante............... 1.00
Lomo de Cerdo Asado a
la Cubana ............ 1.50
Papas a la Espaola
Celes de Brasela
Ensalada
Kclair de Chocolate
Caf T Cerveza

Cocteles, Precio Especial... 25t
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Martini
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Msica por LOS RANCHEROS LUIS AZCARRAGA al rgano
Cuppleaos de Hoy
Sra. Dora A. de Motta
Sra. Ena Victoria 8. de Boyd
Sra. Mart Estela C. de Va-
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Sra. Rosa Navarro de Arose -
mena.
Nia Mary Morgan Gonzlez
Nio Ral Delvaile Henrique/,
Nio Juan Eduardo Lombar-
di.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Beatriz de la G. de Ji-
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Srta. Marta Jorge.
Dr. Juan Luis Correa Jr.
Nia Teresita Bernal Ponce.
Nio Luis Vallarlno Jr.
Nio Francisco Aued F.
Nio Claudio Endara Jr.
Nos es grato felicitar a la se-
seorlta Silvia Gonzlez Molino,
quien recibir esta noche en la
Escuela Normal Juan Demste-
nes Arosemena, su Diploma de
Maestra de Primera Enseanza
Augurrnosle muchos xitos en
su carrera.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores Drooramas
aeropuerto de Tocumen para
recibirla.
El Cecilia brinda
hoy y maana al
Ilusionista Dilmer
El aplaudido ilusionista, ven-
trlocuo y humorista de fama
mundial: el profesor Dilmer.
quien est actuando con me-
recido xito en la ciudad, se
presentar hoy sbado y el do-
mingo en dos funciones dia-
V"
Matrimonio 9n hijo?
El pnmipal licHr do soguridatl
tonta paro 1*1 adultos como poro
ol nio ot un hogar dithoio. Poro
no t tpitoon kltn lo. .acsanos
quo to* lot h'ioi poro logmr otlo
dicho marital A poior do gaitoi y
miobroi quo toon lot hljoi, una
familia rumoro afirma ol hogar, on
tonta quo croa Infelicidad conyugal
lo ronuoncia do lot oipatot a tonor
fomilie a ol otporor a quo ol hogar
puoda tottonorfo. Loa la opinin da
un pticlogo toato alto probloma n
SELECCIONES do agoiio, ya an an-
ta, qua Iraa adames mt da 27 ar-
ticula! do vivo actualidad y al latuman
da la tonsacianal narracin "Etpiat
da la bomaa atmico" on quo ol joto
do la famosa f S.l. rovala coma Rutia
rocibi miar mocin labra al tama
qua pataian lat Estado* Unidas.
HOY! TROPirAl HOY!
Solterita CASADA''
DIANA LYNN CHARLES COBURN
CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD -BARBARA LAWRENCE
Chartfs Ir.ki Kick Hudson Jerome Cowan
Al Pblico
EL TEATRO TROPICAL
Informa:
Que el Domingo 20 del presente mes de Julio su 8aln de
Cine no abrir sus puertas sino para las funciones de 7:00
Sjn. a 11:00 p.m. por cuanto que en las dems horas del dia
a sido contratado por el Partido Revolucionario Indepen-
diente.
Para las horas de 7:00 p.m. a 11:00 p.m. el programa que
exhibiremos ser el del actual fin de semana, que tenemos
el placer de recomendar vivamente al pblico por tratarse
de un programa especial.
Panam. Julio 28 de 1951.
rias, en el Teatro Cecilia. Con
sus nmeros asombrosos de ma-
cla, sus humoradas con los mu-
ecos Don Gregorio y Venan-
cio y todo su arte inagotable,
el profesor Dilmer causar nue-
vamente la admiracin de gran-
des y chicos.
En combinacin cen estas pre-
sentacionM el Teatro Cecilia
continuar exhibiendo las mag-
nifica* cintas musicales: "Vallo
Alegre'' eon Judy Oerland f
Oene Kelly y "A Casarse To-
can", con Kathryn Orayson f
Van Johruon. ,
t. de
paro



LOS PERFUMES
0E
COTY
PARIS
FRANCE
ni.lriliuidorn CA. ( VRVOS. 9 A. ToU. 2-I7I t-l/M.
TEATRO CECILIA ff Q Y
A LAS 5 Y 9 P. M.
Y MAANA
nicas presentaciones del sensacional
Ilusionista, Ventrlocuo y Humorista
PROFESOR
DILLMER
EN NMEROS DE MAQTA
INCOMPARABLES... Y
CON 8U8
FENOMENALES MCftECOg
"EL CABALLERO l
GREGORIO"
-y-
"El Ntgrito Vononcio"
l'n espectculo de maravilla*,
asombro* y carcajada!! Ideal
para Grandes y Chivee!
EN LA PANTALLA:
Dos I>treno* Muelele*!
Judy Garland Oene Kelly
Gloria de Haven Eddie
Bracken, en
"VALLE ALEGRE"
En Tecnicolor!
Kathryn Grayson Van
Johnson Barry Sullivan
- en -
"A CASARSE TOCAN"
Grounds For Marriage)
PRECIOS:..........................0.60 y 0.30
MARTES PRE-ESTRENO
MAMBOS! AFROS! BOLEROS! GUARACHAS'... Un argumenta
que glorifica a la mujer casada... y escenas bellsimas de nudismo
artstico!...
LIQUIDACIN <&
Ave. Tivoli No. 6
Mr
EL ALMACN DAGM AR ha ocupado la CASA Grant ... con el fia
de expandir sus negocios y facilitar sus exhibiciones.

Toda la mercanca de la Casa Grant debe ser
liquidada dentro del trmino de dos semanas.

APROVECHE UD.
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DESDE MIRCOLES
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La ms Grandiosa. Espectacular y Fabulosa Aventura Filmada
Pro
u
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LAS MINAS DEL REY SALOMON'*
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da Balboa Na. 45. V*n*i da 5 a
2 '___________________
\ SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUIU:'Loeo par 9*Wno.
arriba del Teotro Centrol.
SE VENDE:Grondes rebojas en Vi-
lanovo. Trajes, blusas ropo interior
a precios sumomente rebajados. A-
proveche hasta final de mes. Vi-
lanova. Avenida Central 1 15.
SE NECESITA:Seoras y seoritas,
que deseen aprovechar lo* gran-
des gangas que ofrecen los rebe- ;
jas de Vilanova hosta final de
mes. Vilanovo, Avenida Centrol .
115.
SE VENDE: Cosa de concreto de i
bloques, 2 recmaros, comedor, sa- )
la. bao, aproximadamente 40 ma- .
tps de caf. B.3,750.00. Pregunte ,
,casa No. 31. Cermeo, R. P.
SE VENDE;GANGA^ Cholet Bello
Vista ovoluado B.24.000. se ven-
de en solo B. 16.500. Pago inicial
B.8.000, resto 20 aos. Dos re-
camaros, sola, comedor, porch, po-
SE VENDE: Asberta en planchas.! SE NECESITA: Uno dependiente.
preferible con experiencia y que
sepa hablar ingls. TAMBIN UN;
DEPENDIENTE. No se atender por
telfono. Almocn Mi Cosita, Ave-
nido Centrol No. 57. Panam.
medias canales y en polvo a pro-
eje econmico. Para calderas, ta-
banas de calar, ate. Ca da Pra-
ductas da Arcilla. S. A. Via Espa-
a 37-47. Tal. 3-0160. _____
SE VENDE:Discos clsicos y popu-
lores He 33 1-3 de todos marcos.
AGENCIAS DIAZ, calle 37 No. 6-
A.
SE VENDE
Automvile-
MAQUINAS DE CORTA
NIERBA.
MAQUINAS PARA
LABRAR MADERA.
TECLES DIFERENCIA-
LES de 1/2, I y 2
toneladas, con sus
carros-guias.
TORNOS MECNICOS
RICARDO A. MIRO,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este #4
Tels.: 2-3336 y 2-2988.
"Vendemos barato para
vender ms."
AVISO EMPLAZATORIO
El .uarrito, Juo 8eaunrio t Circuit*
de Pansas, pot medio del preienK edie
to, .
KMPLAZA:
At lflor Rl.afp LEE STONE, 'ron
mayor de edad, norteamericano
U libertad del Dr.
'que se le Imputa.
| Como usted ei la autoridad
encargada de velar porque las
autoridades Judiciales cumplan
' a caballdad con su cometido
sin tenerse en cuenta colores
! polticos ni personales, nos per-
mitimos solicitar su valiosa y
decisiva intervencin en el sen-
tido de qua se ponga en liber-
tad al doctor Arnulo Arias. Un
I alto porcentaje de la ciudada-
na panamea, est pendiente
del proceso Injusto de que se
i le est siguiendo a uno de los
'. ciudadanos ms preclaros de
'esta Repblica.
i Recurrimos al seor Procura-
I dor General de la Nacin, por-
jque confiamos en que l pro-
' ceder desvestido de toda pa-
sin politic, poroue velar por-
que se cumpla lo que sea de
lugar, in esa seguridad, nos
suscribimos, del seor Procu-
rador muy atentos y seguros
servidores",
Los presagios fie ma
clanl*. cuyo paradero actual ae isnora, atHiicdcln
ss iz::r< r^zt^Tr^l^SZ de obras.-
tima publication del preaente edicto.) Jjcas Ser* RCVCrO de AgUlUr O.C
comparo. a le Tribunal por!o d,ector general de "Rene'.
med o de apoderado a hacer ral" mal *. i" *.-,.". j.i rctartn i
derecho, dentro .d.i juicio d. divorcioa Ferrocarriles del
o
p
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dentro del trmino axpreaau?. * .,~i ~r-r -'"T ,"!^T~7r^ .V.
nombrar un defen.or te au.ento con t[ e hlJO del eXMlnlStlO llM-
uuifu ac continuar el julelo. > rjJ fo.Hec}dO AntOTll VlilanpV.'.
Hacienda
achual
entoa r.iac*""-.. i consejero de Estado: subsecu-
Dtskgna Directiva i
Club dt Oficiales
de los bomberos
. Un grupo numeroso de Oficiales
del Cuerpo de Bomberos de Ta
nam, te reuni anoche en .oa
Salnos de la Junta de Oficia-
les para llevar a cabo la rear*
ganUacin del Club de Oficia*
le*. .Aprobado los Estatutos de
este club en tercer debate, se
esolvl elegir la Junta Dire -
tiva que regir los destinos puf
un ao del Club de Oflclaies,
saliendo electos en la forma al-
guien te:
Presidente, Capitn Fabio E.
Crosthwaite S; Vlce-PresiriJate,
Subteniente Segismundo Nata-
rio; Secretario, Capitn Alfonso
de Icasa; Tesorero: Subtenien-
te Santiago A Cajar; Vocales,
Teniente Alfonso Almanza 5 1
Subteniente, Jos de la PS
Prez.
Felicitamos de la manera mt
sincera a los Oficiales agracia-
dos con las designaciones reca-
das a su favor y lea deseam>4
un fells xito en su misin.
uleo ae continuar el julelo. ,.,1 faljecido AntOTllO Vil
Por Unto, ae lija ..le edicto empla-_. .-1,hli,r-arin H, i
..torio en iuar viaibie # i Saer.taria Fu subsecretario ae ni
de e.te Tribunal. hoy ajnlioulia de StrA Santiago Basanta.
Julio da mil novecientpa ciocuerta. y, Consejero de EstadO". SU

ho, actual Gobernador falansts
La de la pfovifieia de Valencia:
Comercio. Jaime Alba, exfinu-u'-
gado Comercial en Washington
y Londres: PJrector General de
Cambio y Bolsa, Alas Pumanno,
Consejero de Estado.
Se dice tambin que el ex-Mi-
nlstro dfe industria y comercio.
Juan Antonio 8uattces dlmHl'
pronto la presidencia del Inr'-l-
tto Nacional d Industria pit-
ia acefltar el cargo de AdmmJ-
?.rador de Construccin Naval
de Barcelona.
Jos Mara Fernndez Ladrc-
versa* localidades del totennr, da, ex.MinUtro de Obras Publi-
e tas cuales estn la "-cf.$ reemplazar a Suancesr en
e Chlrlqui. Bocas del To;o y ]a presloncja dei instituto que
F.l 3.te.
(Kdo) JORGE A. RODRICLKX B.
Por el Secretario.
(Tdo.) MARA PAREJA.
ti.'icial Mayor,
riel eopla do su orixinal.
El Magisterio Unido
Unido, 1370 votos y por las o-
'.ras agrupaciones, 408 votos -
levendo ei total de votos em.tl-
aos a 2.1138.
Fuentes enteradas manifesta-
ban que falUn todava cerca de
1200 votos por escrutar en vi-
entre las cuales estn la \.o
Ce Chiriqui. Bocas del Too :
una parte de Santiago y Darlen-
51 onto se convertir en el cen-
tro ms poderoso d* produccin
(e guerra fabricando vehculos
militare*, tanques y carros biln-
rage. curro empleoda. servicio n- E VENDE:24 botellos de oceite
CLNICA, equipodo. altos Farmocio
Sainar, Colla 16 Oeite No. 28.
larri. : *
fe
SP7ALOUILAN:Cuatro '41 loco-
le comerciles, en edihcio com-
plefomente nuevo en calle -29 Es-
te. OLirrose o Ci. Faustina S. A.
en Ave. Jos Feo. de la Osso No.
32 lEd.fico Chesterfield).
SE COMPRA
dependiente. Patterson, Avenida
"A" No. 16. 2-2346 0 3-1001.
S VENDE:Chalet on Avenida lo.
Urbanizacin "El Carmen" No.
48. Sala, comedor, cocina, pan-
try, dos recmaras, garage, porch
abierto, cerca frontal de lodri-
llos'v cercado con olambre ciclone.
B.8.500 al contodo y *! resto con
20 anos de plazo. Pora informes
diroctomente con el dueo dioria-
menle de 2 o 4 de lo tarde. Do-
mingo todo el dio.
SE VENDE:Camin Studebaker es- |
taco. 1 1 -2 tcnelado, modelo
1951, precio costo de distribuido-
res, Tropical Motors.
Detergente. 1 juego de resorte de
o:ombre doble y colchn con re-
sorte, 4 llantos 700 x 15 de 4 co-
. 1___ __i..-,.r,t SE VENDE:Corro Cadilloc modelo
pos con tubos completamente Aa __,__,_. ____,.,._____ ,_ |
nuevos, cmara Mercury II con es-
tuche de cuero y proyector Argus
Todas compras buenos. Los artcu-
los estn en 517-B, Curundu Hgts.
Tel. 83-4246 de 8 a. m. o 2 p.
m. el domingo.
COMPRAMOS caf de Boquete, de
Veraguas. $45 y o $40 el quin-
tol respectivomente en partido de
10O sacos y ms. Escriba al Apor-
tado 2019. ________________
COMPRO Raicilla, lacha ae ii**r*
* batata. Paia la* mejore, orelos
la alas*. Otmond L. Madura. Ca-
lla . Na. 11 Aoortoaio 277. Pa-
SE ALQUILA
Casas______
SE ALQUILA:Casa omoblod con
tras recmaras en Avenida Ecuador
No. 12. Paro informes Home al
telefono 3-2165.
SE VENDE:I hectrea 1.352 mo-
tros de terreno, tombih 1 cosito
y arbole* frutles en Ro Abajo,
sa aceptan ofertas. Caso en San
Francisco con 500 metros, hipote-
co de 4.000. Precio B7.500. Lot*s <
n Parque Lefevre o plazos, B 2.25; i
B.2.50; B.3.00 por M2. Contado)
10r descuento. Lime Co Rep-}
b'ica de Construcciones Avenida
Central 141 oltos. Tel. 2-2587.
PERDIDO:Anteojos bifocales, aros
carey. Buena gratificacin. Tel. 3-
0490. Colle 43 No. 41.
PERDIDA-.Cdula No. 3223, de Fe-
derico Lum. Coln.
48 en perfectos condiciones, se
acepton propuestas, llame Tal. 3-
2184 y 2-1075. '
SE VENDE:Al contodo Ford Couoo
en perfectos condicione! mecni-
cas. Modelo A-31. Muy buen mo-
tor y llantos eon dos repuesto*.
Colle lo .y Ave. Perejil No .1.
apartamento 5. B.225 .
Tenemos exactamente el
VIDRIO que Ud. necesita!
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle IS Este #4 Tel. 2-28M
GANGA! En El Valle, un lote de 5.-
365 M2. Terreno limpio y plono.
cercado con olambre. Tel. 2-1112
Ponami.
SE VENDE: Abarroteria y Refres-
querio LA NACIONAL en Ave.
A y Colle 12 Oeste. Informes Tel. -
2-0052.
i
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto omoblado.
Enfrado separado, poro soltero. Co-
lla del Estudiante 73, Apto. 6.
SE ALQUILA- Cuarto o personas
de bnenos costumbres. Colle 5o.
No. 36, oltos.
SE VENCE:Automvil Buick Special i
1948 en muy buenos condiciones.{
4 llantas nuevos, radio, recin pin- |
todo. Mueblero Tun. Telfono,
3-0O48. Panam.
SE VENDE:Al mejor postor. Ca-
mion Codge 1942, de uno tone-
lodo, con derechos pagados y li-
cencio para el ao 1951. Se oceo-
ton cotizocionet cerrodos en los
oficinas de lo Pan Americon World;
Airway. Calle "L" No. 5. y se- j
rn abiertos el mircoles, I de j
Agosto o los 10:00 A. M. Puede j
inspeccionorse an nuestras ofiCi- .
nos.
.

MISCELNEA
SE ALQUILACuorto con alimenta-
cin B.70.00 al mes. Cos de fa- ,
milia. Telfono 3-3921. Colle 45
No. 34.
SE ALQUILA:Caso en Pasadena,
colle Jos de Fbrego No. ?. dos
racmoras, salo, comedor, servi-
cios moderno*. B.60-00. Tel. 2-
14J38 3-2030._______________
SE ALQUILA:Chalet tres recmoros
i amplios comodidodes. Calle 43.
; No. 23.
Ayude a Almorranas
91 llana tlmommi *** eaueaa
e-omeroa. hemorraer*. almorrana In-
Aarftoe o externa*, no autra un Ola mat
*m aroear al CHmaroiel. En poco* minu-
te* ol Chinar!* principia, a combatir
asa almorrana* da tras manera:
1. Galena, al dolor y la rome*6n. i. Au-
e\ a. nieofer lo* tettdoa adolorido a
flqpaging, S. Ayoda cleatrisar loa
BiiaerinM Irritada*. Solicita Ol
i(i*r*l< a aa botica hoy aoiaraa.
SERVICIOS AGRCOLAS
Motomos orrieras, orreglomo-. jardi-
nes, controlamos enfermedades y pes-
tes de plantas V csped.
ALFONSO TFJEIRA
Calle 34 Esle, Edificio Lux
Tel. 3-1593..
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto omob'ado
para hombre, B.6.00 por semona.
Avenida Porque Lefevre. Ernesto
Lefevre, cosa 32.
SE ALOUILA: Magnifico cuorto
omoblado. frente ol mor, servicio
indeoendiente. excelente vecinda-
rio. No. 5. primero escalera. Pla-
za 2 de Enero. '
SE VENDE:Refrigeradlo He kero-
sene 9 pies, barata. Pueblo Arrol-
jn No. 129.
SE ALOUILA: Cuarto amoblado
cempletomente independiente, bal-
cn v cocino, a caballero o seora
de buenas costumbres. Colle 45
No. 19.
SE VENDE:En $40.00, camas-cu- SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos amoblados,
nos gemelas de coobo. con col-
chones nuevos. Leme 2-35C4.
SE. VENDE:Ttes lmparos, una c-
moda, ropero, venecianas. Aveni-
do Centrol No. 74, Apto. 28 l-
timo piso.
SE VENDE:Sillas, lmpara, mesi-
tas. etc. de bombee, en buen es-
tado. Se puede ver a cualquier
hera en colle Venezuela No. 10
(olios' fomilio Moduro.
Precios especiales por quinceno o
mes. Poro informes dirjase a Pen-
sin Panam. Calle 6a. No. 3 Sr.
Guztmer. Ce 8 o 11 o. m. o 7
p. m. an adalante.
SE VENDEN CAMIONES: 1 GMC
5 toneladas, modelo 1947. exce-
lentes condiciones; 1 GMC 2 1 -2'
toneladas, tipo ormado, 10 rue-
do?, modelo 1942; 1 Internacio-
nal, 2 1-2 tonelados modelo 1947,
chassis largo; 1 Internacional 2|
1-2 toneladas, modelo 1947 chas-
sis corto I Mock. 5 toneladas,
modelo 1947, excelentes condicio-'
nts. Solicitor informes llamando.
al telfono 2-0610.
Felpa Minera!.
Roja y Verde
Felpa Negra
de 15 y 30 lbs.
Clavos de Zinc
Balanzas 'Defecto'
Almacenes Romero
Avt. Norte No. 48
Cocktail Party
director del Departamento de j dado. .
i Relaciones Pblicas de 4a Em-1 ' ~
I bajada de los Estados Unidos. .,
ouien ha sido trasladado a la Jjg lamenta aqUl
3^^rforas tg^awBX
?uten'h?t>TSK3aS y&iBSs *."**!".?*.
ta ciudad de la Embajada de m,n*b^wIILV..
Estados Unido, en Bogot,. Co- ^^gj"^^^ pent
la prdida de tan eficiente ser-
vidor?.
fc-Recomendar al personal
lombia.
Estn circulando, para este
acto. Invitaciones eapeciales a
da en Panam.
SE ALQUILACuorto completamen-
te omoblodo. ventilado, hombre
solo. Colle Colombio No. 8. apar-
tamento 5. Tel. 3-0338.____________,
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto chico con bo-
no, todo independiente, para per-
sono so'o. Colle Estudiante 105, l-
timo piso.
SE VENDE URGENTE! Hasta el
31. Servicio lozo, doce personas,
Bovona. Mueble contina de hogor. SE ALQUILA Cuorto independiente.
Estufo 4 fogones. Comod.ta 4 ga-
vetos, espejo. Vitrina 2 puertas y 1
muchos muebles ms. Tel. 3-3002.
matrimonio sin nios. Solicite
ve calle Estudime 105. Arriba
Ponodeno Ancn.
Alta Presin Sangunei
SI k* Alta, Preala SajifuiBea le
aauaa. mareo*, dolor** n el ooraan,
aalore* a* caber*, eifleultal para
reapirar, indlffeatio. palpltacionaa y
tohriloa Inrlamados, Ud. pueda loa^-ar
llvle eaai InaunUtne* de nato* In-
terna* peligToaoa eon HTKOX. Pida
HTXOX an mi farmacia favorita hor
enlamo y n aanilri aAoa ***) |*aj
Oeatra da oonoa dlao.
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KKROSFNE. Completamente egura
no explota al necesita generador ni
bomba. No produce humo ni ma'ns
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y MUEBLERAS.
Distribuidores:
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MANTE0UIELA FRESCA
RICO HELADO
Todo Inspeccionado
oor el
Departamento de
Sanidad
REPARTO A DOMICILIO
1 va< ta gua la hoia d* servicio
' de la seora da Caams.
%Fxtender nota oficial de
condolencia a sus deudos.
Luis D. Alfar*. M.D..
Director-Mdico
Panamericana
1090 Kcs
HOY SBADO
P.M.
3:30 Cuarteto Marcano
3:45 Carrera
4.00 Bclisarlo Lpez y su OriL
4:15 Carrera
4 30 Msica venezolana
4:45 Carrera
5:00 Msica variada
5:15 Carrera
5:30 Bailables panamericanos
6:3* Ronda musical
7:M Noticiero de la BBC
(Cadena) .
7:15 El Hit Parade
7:JO Nuestros artistas
7:45 Acordes porteos
8:00 Msica variada
1:3* El Carrusel de la aleara.
9:0 La Zarzuela le Sbado
io:o bailar
10:45 Boleros favorito!
11 :M En el mundo d loa
Clsico
12:00 Buenas nochei

MASAN A DOMINGO
1:00 Buepos dias
8:fS Almanaque de lo
Pananiaricana
8; 30 Valses favoritos
8:45 Rilnios del Nort*
9:00 Delicias tropicales
:0, l Concierto Matutin
10:00 Mxico y au' msica
10:15 Espaoleras
10:30 Concierto de la maans
11:00 Sorteo de la Lotera
Nacional
11:15 Leo MarinI
11:30 Msica variada
12:08 Msica de aln
PM.
12:30 Ritmos bailables
1S:M La Fiesta Hinica de Ha
narrador Eduardo Molin
1.00 Estampas mexicanas i
1:15 Carrera
1:30 Damy Simon y su ritmf
1:46 Carrera
2:00 Cancionero de la, tarde
2:45 Carrera
8:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera. i
a Rifles de Baln
Marca "Daisy
desde 2.95
I* Asociacin Mdica Nacio-
nal de la Repblica de pa-
nam. '
CONSIDERANDO:
lo-rQne be delado de existir
en los Estados TTnldos de Nor-
te. Amrica la seora Adela Ba-
rrera He Cafiams,
2o.Que la seora Adela Ba-
rrera de Caams por muchos
aos prest-servicios valiosos a
la Asociacin Mdloa Nacional
de la Repr-"r!a de Panam.
3o Oue su* actuaciones an-
',te la Asociacin fueron sie-n-
pre car.ecteri'ada por una ti-
i ca Intachat'e.
RESUELVE:
I 1.Lamentar, corno en efer-
4 lamenta 1, muerte de .**- J^^ ,5^,^
Fallece en
Aires director de
flora Adela Barrera de Cafta-
*..
2rj Enviar nna ofrenda flo-
ral a' su soello, '
lo.Irvit8r a todos los miem-
bros de la Asociacin para que
asistan a los funerales,
4o._Enviar copla de estilo de
esta resolucin a su esposo V
dems deudos.
Ps*am#. Julio ?-, de 'l
Antonio G>"le*i novilla. M.D.,
Prcalderlte
Osvaldo 'Veisaoer, F. M.D.
Secretarlo
A+UJ**
MUNDO ENTERO
Materiales de CoostruC'
ctfl de alta calidad es
nuestra especialidad
Consltenos para
presupuestos
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CARTON PARA CIELORASOS
"SIMPSON BOARD''
4* x 8'
4* x 10'
4' x 12*
B .2.24 hoja
2.80 "
3.36
EL GUILA
Callo "M" mal
Tol. 2-2121
Todos los maestros
criolla fueron desterradas deas-
te torneo entre maestros.
Los resultados de las escue-
las escrutadas hasta ahora, fa-
vorecen la nmina del M.P.U.
En caso que el triunfo final sea
nuestro, tanto los educadores de
todo el pas, como la ciudada-
na en general, pueden estar se-
guros que hemos luchado con
'armas limpias como siempre lo
I hemos hecho, y que nuestra
nica aspiracin en esta con-
tienda ha sido llevar a la Co-
' misin Permanente de Escala-
fon, un personal de maestros
que con su actuacin hagan ho-
nor al Magisterio Nacional
Magisterio Panameo Unido
Banda de la Mafia
Roth dijo que la banda traa
a Estado* Unidos herona pro-
cedente de Francia e Italia con
la ayuda de marinos, y ae creo
que los envos de Italia fueron
hechos por Lucky Luciano quien
fue deportado de Estados l ni-
do* despus de haber sido con-
denado por la trata do blanca*,
roya sentencia fu suspend uta
por el Gobernador Dewey basan
close en que Luciano haba ayu-
dado al Gobierno de Estados f-
nldos durante la segunda gue-
| rra mundial.
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' % 6 v 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
SE REQUIERE AGENTE y
DISTRIBUIDOR
toco en Panam pora la dis-
tribucin de una aran varie-
dad de receptores de radio v
television de manuf a t r a
britnica "Etronic." Para ob-
tener detalles completos escri-
ban a: Messrs. Associated Ex-
ports. Ltd.. S Laurence Potint-
ney Bill, Londres E. C. 4, In-
glaterra.
De Buenos Aires nos viene la
triste nueva que acaba de fa-
llecer, por derrame cerebral, a
la edad de 86 aos, el veteran
periodista don Matas Stoliar,
director y editor del 'Diario Is-
raelita", oue aparece desde ha-
ce ms de 35 aflos en la capi-
tal argentina.
F.1 extinto era muy conoclde
y apreciado en todos los crcu-
los periodsticos y literarios da
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SBADO. JULIO ?*. 1951
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETE
La Lluvia Dio El Triunfo a
Los Yanquis Sobre El Chicago
Servicio de la Preaw Luida
La lluvia torrencial de una
Ihora y media hizo que suspen-
dieran el Juego de ayer entre
ios Yanquis y los Medias Blan-
cas, en el noveno eplspdio. Lo;
Medias Blancas en la primera
mitad del noveno episodio ha-
bian anotado tres carreras y
aventajaban por 4 a 3, pero la
lluvia hizo llorar de rabia a los
fanticos y la direccin de los
Medias Blancas que ya se ha-
blan asegurado el desafio. Los
Yanquis siempre ganaron por
I a I, y ahora aventajan en el
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
primer lugar por un Juego com
pleto.
Mientras tanto los Indios ba-
tieron a los Medias Rojas por
3 a 2, los Senadores a los Car-
melitas por 7 a 0 y los Atltlcos
a los Tigres por 10 carreras a 6.
En la Liga Nacional. Roy Cam-
panula con un cuadrangular
ciecidi el desafio a favor de los
Dodgers sobre los Cardenales
por 12 carreras a 9.
Los Piratas vencieron a los
Bravos de Boston por 8 a 4 y
los Phlllis blanquearon a los
Cachorros por 2 a 0. Los Gigan-
tes mientras tanto se impusie-
ron a los Rojos de Cincinatti
por S carreras a 3.
Social Deportiva
Antier en las horas de la ma-
Comentado Juego Por Empatar El Comando De La Justa
Femenina Sostienen Esta Noche Crdenas y Operten
ltimamente estn pasando
cuai muy raras y en nuestro poblacin de
deporte, 'tenemos como cierne v
la Federacin de ;se mismo de
porte. La Liga como es natu-
ral se opone a que equipo al-
guno asista a Jugar en las fies-
tas Agostina,8 que se celebrarn
el prximo mes en El Salvador,
por razones lgicas, pero un
grupo de Federado* por el de-
seo de viajar y de figurar como
dirigentes del basketball Pana:
meo, insisten en que Panam
debe asistir a las fiestas antes
mencionadas. Pero el caso es
que a esos mismos Federados
no les importa el papel que
Panam har, porque el nom-
bre de Panam sera el que es-
tar en juego, no un nombre
de equipo.
Ya es tiempo que aqu en Pa-
nam se acabe este relajito,
que cada vez que sale un via- i
jeclto surgen personas a quie-
nes el deporte no les debe na-
da, y se aduean de la situa-
cin para aprovecharse y colo-
carse como los 'hombres gran-
des del deporte". Que piensen
bien estos Federados lo que van
a provocar.
El entierro se ventic ayer
con la asistencia de numerosos
deportistas. La planas deporti-
vas de El Panam-Amrica se
unen de todo corazn al dolor
que embarga a la familia Fru-
tos y particularmente en via su
sentido psame al deportista
Flix Frutos.
Dividieron honores
en bolos anoche el
Bam y Madurito
chocan en el
circuito mase.
BASKETBALL MASCULINO
Liga Provincial
Segunda Vuelta
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
G. P. Pie.
Lord Chescter......6 0 1.100
Dep. Bam ........... 2 2 -500
C. Vieja ..........2 2 .50C
Madurito ............ 1 3 .25f
Mauricio..........1 3 .250
Juegos de Hoy
Barcelona vs Panamericana
7.00 p.m.
Madurito vi Bam
Anbal Illueca Nombrado Pdte.
Del Comit Nacional Olmpico
En Coln y Chorrera se protagonizarn
maana atractivos partidos de ftbol
_o
Una comisin visitar
al Pdte. Arosemena
para los juegos C. A.

La Liga de Basket no ha dado permiso a
ningn equipo para viajar al exterior y
se espera que la Fed. respete la decisin 1
o
Los partidos de atraccin de.divisin Deportivo Roque, que
nuestro ftbol se protagoniza- el pasado domingo termin con
rn maana en coln y La! el invicto del Dosman, viajar
CLorrera. ya que el ftbol ma-1 para medirse con la Seleccin
He aqui nuestros pronsticos
hpicos para el domingo: la-
Luck Ahead, debe imponerse a
pesar de la para.. Slxaola, ene
miga de nuestra escogida; 2a.
Manolete, ga su anterior so-
brado ... Juan Hulncho... buena
conducln; 3a.Tap Girl, no
dejen de Jugarla esta semana.
...White Fleet. ..ser duro de
vencer; 4aDiez de May, esa
fecha impresiona...La Negra...
negra puede ser la suerte t
los apostSdores; 5aFair Chan-
ce, rnagnificas condicione* Sa-
ra ganar...Royal Coup (e) nljei
tro escogido tendr que mover-
se para ganarse a esta W; 6a.
Espartano, con el Tanque Up...
Polvorazo, ni polvo levanta; 7a.
Silver Fox, juagle que est
estupendo.. .Bien Hecho, ene-
migo de cuidado; 8a.Choice
Brand, despus de su anterior
peligra...Mis Fairfax, por el Ji-
nete ne debe descuidarse; 9a.
Goyito, juegelo que no pier-
de... Interlude... llegar tarde;
10aGorsewood (e) es un cri-
men esta (e) ..Cheriberlbin
por categora no baja de aqu;
liaCotilln, bonito caballo
pero...?... Porthos enemigo de
nuestro escogido.
Tropical y 0. Sosa
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Torneo de Bolos)
G. P. Pje.
Duran .............4 0 1.000
Entrometidos ........ 3 1 .750
Royal ............... 3 1 .759
Morris.............3 1 .750
ptica Sosa .......2 2 .500
Tropical ...........2 2 .500
Pinocho ............. 1 3 .250
Novatos ........... 1 3 .250
Taller Sousa ......... 1 3 .250
Selecta ___........ 4 .00C
Anoche dividieron honores el
ptica Sosa y el Teatro Tropi-
cal en uno de los juegos ms
Interesantes del torneo de Bolos
ganando el Sosa la segunda l-
nea por dos puntos solamente.
A. de Jann y A. Fistonlch con
serles de 500 y 501 respectiva-
mente fueron los mayores ano-
tadores.
La puntuacin Individual fu
la siguiente:
Maduro
Aria
De Jann
Arango
Fistonlch
Oatica Sosa
133 157
148 165
172 170
165 151
178 142
158
126
164
145
181
448
439
506
481
501
796 785 774 2355
Rico
Luly
Stagg
Icaza
Rene
Teatro Tropical
167 154 155
Handicap
159
122
143
145
736
39
143
138
142
167
M4
39
182
147
169
146
476
484
407
454
458
.667
.500
.510
.333
BASKETBALL FEMENINC
Liga Provincial
Segunda Vuelta
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
G. P. PJe.
Daar ........... 2 1
Operten ............. 1 1
Crdenas .......... 1 1
M. Vigor ............ 1 2
Partido de esta noche
Crdenas vs Operten
Por Humberto E. Tejada
La justa de basketball ofrece
esta noclje en el Gimnasio Na-,
clonal comentados Juegos de los
tres Circuitos.
Barcelona vs Panamericana
Este desafio corresponde a la
categora menor, defender el
Barcelona su opcin para lograr
la clasificacin, colocndose a
un paso si el triunfo les avdre-
Cc.
Crdenas vs Operten
En el 2o. cotejo juegan as
"damas" del Crdenas y Oper-
ten quienes lucharn por em-
patar el comando al Daar;
pronosticndose un reido lan-
ce entre estos dos competidores.
Madurito vs Bam
Como ltimo pleito en la no-
yor capitalino y de segunda
categora estarn en receso de-
bido a un acuerdo para ocupar
el Estadio Olmpico.
En Coln se ofrecern tres
partidos, correspondientes a los
Campeonatos provinciales y Ju-
garn:
Ferls vs Dosman
la. categaria4 p.m.
y
Centuria Jr. vs Amazona
. ~y_
Arguelles vs Panama
de la 2a. categora
En La Chorrera tenemos que
Chorrerana' en Matuna a las
3 y 30 de la tarde; y en las ho-
ras de la maana jugarn el
Winter, campen del Circuito
El destacado y conocido de-
portista, Lie. Anbal Illueca, fu
escogido anoche para el cargo
de Presidente del Comit Nacio-
nal Olmpico en la reunin que
tuvo dicha entidad para tratar Seor Presidente de la
asuntos de gran inters. Federacin Nacional ele
I Basketball.
El Lie. Illueca es una de las Ciudad:
En relacin con un anuncia-
do viaje del equipo Madurito
del Basketball masculino de pri
mera categora, la Liga Provin-
cial de este deporte se ha diri-
gido al Presidente de la Fede-
racin informndole de esta
irregularidad y objetando el va
je, de acuerdo con la siguiente
carta:
LIGA PROVINCIAL DE.
BASKETBALL DE PANAMA
Panam, R. P.
Panam, Julio 26 de 1931.
nuestro deporte, y es por eso*
que recurrimos a usted Pra.
manifestarle nuevamente nues-'*^
tra objecin a que equipo algu-
no asista a la celebracin de las
fiestas arribas rienclonadas.
Del Sr. Presidente
consideracin
Atentamente,
con
toda,,
Germinal
Presidente.
ia rasqueta,
Humberto E. Tejada,
Secretario.
y el Argentina Jr., uno de los
mejores oncenos de la categora
menor del balompi chorrerano.
. En la capital se ofrecern
cuatro partidos de la Liga de
Vista Hermosa, entre los equi-
pos: A tic tico Chileno vs Lord
Chesterfield, Orion vs Parque
Lefevre, Vista Hermosa vs Llau
rad y Millonarios vs Arsenal.
Tambin el Orr.torio Festivo
tiene un programa de seis atrae
el onceno colonense de primera tivos encuentros en su cancha.
El Frente Patritico sorprendi ayer
con una ruidosa victoria sobre el Azteca
Menor de la Liga del Chorrillo figuras de prestigio del depor-
te nacional, con gran experien-
cia y conocimiento, agitndose
en esta actividad desde sus
aos de estudiante de secunda-
ria, y se destac notablemente
en ftbol y, basketball, sobre
todo en natacin donde fu
Distinguido seor:
Por la presente nos dirigimos
a usted con el respeto que u
merece, para comunicar nue-
vamente a usted la decisin de
la Liga que presido, en relacin
con el viaje de equipo alguno
a la celebracin de las fiestas
campen de los 100 metros estl-; Agostlna en El Salvador.
10 llbre" Como debe ser de su dominio,
o-.- uo oUn'en reunin celebrada por la en-
JSu*S&. 8S L tWad que presido en unin con
S.d0^?n.SS^li,t.. Pn; entidad que usted preside,
cenca por los deponistas que ,a ,mera acord por punanl
midad "No conceder
ven en el
rantia para los Intereses del de-
porte.
El Frente Patritico sorpren-
di ayer con un triunfo sobre
el lder Azteca, al vencerlos por
anotacin de 6-4 en el Estadio
Olmpico en la continuacin
del Circuito Mayor de la Liga
de Baseball Aficionado de San-
ta Rita y despojando del In-
victo, pero al finalizar el mismo
la direccin del Azteca protes-
t el Juego por haber los poli-
ticos usado en el 5o. acto a De
la Lastra que no tenia las 24
horas de haber sido firmado.
El juego prcticamente se de-
cidi en el primer acto, cuando
los polticos anotaron 3 veces i
con 2 outs, por pecados conse-!
nes solo pudieron ligarle 3 in-
cogibles entre ellos doble de F.
rea y 3 carreras, una en el
2o. y dos en el 5o. donde el Az-
teca aprovech un ligero par-
padeo al enmasar 3 hombres,
luego vino la sustitucin del ju-
dor
o que
acto, permitiendo a Rodrigue?,
avanzar hasta la tercera base,
anotando con sencillo de J. Ure
a.
Entre los otros varios asuntos
que trat y acord anoche el
Comit Nacional Olmpico, te-
nemos que Ratific el nombra-
miento del Lie. Manuel Roy,
para miembro de la Comisin
Permanente de los Juegos Pan-
americanos, ocupando actual-
mente el cargo de Tesorero de
dicha entidad.
gad<
teVc
La tribu inaia uso los servi-
cios de 3 lanzadores en su in-
tento de detener la ofensiva
che el Bam defender su posl- i > < VroSz T SU
clon frente al Madurito, equipo !j!vs,leTl?;,dnBuez' T' S'
ste que confa
colocacin.
equipo
en mejorar su
Villalobos, E. Arosemena y
Zeballos sern los Inspectores
de puerta, De Sedas y Gordon
Jr. Anotadores. siendo Yuil el
suplente, mientras que Carda-
les, Bula y Roa sern los arbi-
tros y los cronometristas Aiz-
puru y Crelo.
799 2279
39 117
775 783 838 2396
COMPRE...
TROPIDURA';
PROTEJAMOS LA
INDUSTRIA NACIONAL!
cott y M. Urrlola.
En las filas de los patriticos
debut en la caja con xito el
gringo F. Raybunv, que domin
por completo a los indios, quie-
Se nombr una Comisin por
De la Lastra por Qu'n-. 'os Delegados A. Illueca. P. P-
pec una vez en este : rez. O. Sarasqueta. O. Eisenman
y F. Clement para que se entre-
visten con el Seor Presidente
de la Repblica y el seor Mi-
nistro de Educacin en relacin
con la celebracin en esta ciu-
dad de los prximos Juegos
Centroamericanas y del Caribe.
El Comit manifest tambin
de los polticos, pero fu Intil; j que no ha cedido permiso a
S. Barnett fu enviado a los ningn equipo de basketball
jardines en el primer acto des-! para viajar a El Salvador, ya
pues de permitir 3 hits, en- que la Invitacin lleg al Co-
trando I. Celestino que dur mit y le ha extraado que un
hasta la 5a. entrada, finalizan- conjunto informe que viajar,
do E. Rodrguez en la caja La prxima reunin del Co-
quien detuvo por completo a sus mit tendr lugar el martes
contrarios. en la noche en el mismo lugar.
permiso a
equipo alguno para salir en
pleno Campeonato, a fin de que
dicho viaje no entorpeciera lo
buena marcha de la Liga".
En La Estrella de Panam.
de esta fecha, sall una infor-
macin en la cual hnbln de nue
el equipo "Madurito" de nues-
tra Liga viajar a El Salvador
con permiso de la entidad que
usted dignamente Preside.
Creo Sr. Presidente que la
buena armona existente entre
la Liga y La Federacin debe
ser conservada por el bien de
En Chorrera estn
organizando dos
torneos de ftbol
Dos nuevas Competencias re
ftbol se desarrollarn en La,-
Chorrera, y con este motivo '*
Liga Distritorial de dicho lugar
Informa a todos los interesados
que se encuentra > abiertas las
inscripciones para la Serle del
Circuito Mayor, que llevar por
nombre 'Hidroelctrica", y don-
de estar en disputa un bello
trofeo que donar el seor San-.
llago Barraza, Secretarlo de '
Compaa.
Igualmente la Liga avisa que
estn abiertas las lnscrincione*
para su torneo Infantil, que'
llevar por nombre "Serie Al-
fredo Minutto", profesor
Educacin Fsica del Primer Ci-
clo de La Chorrera, y quien do-
nar un significativo trofeo al ,
vencedor.
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