The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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AN INDEPENDTO^;
^ILT.iaSWSPAP
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
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TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, JULY SO, 1951
PTVE CENTS
Peace Teams Deadlocked
On Buffer-Zone Boundary
AT THE FOREIGN MINISTRY this morning for the ceremony of signing an important Point-4
agreement between Panama and the United States were, left to right: Ambassador John C.
Wiley, who signed for the United States, American Embassy Attache Louis C. Nolan, Panama's
Director of Protocol Camilo Levy Salcedo, Assistant Director of Protocol Rogelio Garcia de Pa-
redes, Foreign Minister Ignacio Molino, Jr., who signed for Panama, and Minister of Agricul-
ture David Samudlo.
US And Panama Sign
Agreement to Develop
Panamas Agriculture
Highlighting further economic collaboration between
the two countries, Panama and the United States today
agreed, to a new cooperative agricultural development pro-
gram heralded by officials as the biggest single step yetttA MaiiAV fiartlP
taken in the Republic under the General "Point Four"
agreement.
The move is regarded as one which will help meet
the long-term needs of the Panamanian people for essen-
tial foodstuffs. It is also considered a stepping stone to-
ward economic self-sufficiency for the Republic.
In a simple ceremony this
morning, an agreement was sign-
ed by Minister of Foreign Affairs
Ignacio Molino, Jr., for the Re-
public of Panam and by Am-
bassador John C. Wiley on be-
half of the United States of A-
merica providing for a coopera-
tive program to Improve and de-
velop the agricultural economy
of Panama through increased
agricultural education, research
and extension services. The
agreement, covering a period
ending June 30,1952, become ef-
fective immediately.
Ambassador Wiley, in signing
the agreement, expressed deep-
est satisfaction that so soon af-
ter his arrival In Panam he was
able to participate In the initia-
tion of this program of econo-
mic collaboration between the
United States and Panab.
He voiced special pleasure
that this new program is to
help meet the basic needs of
the broad mass of the Pana-
manian people for essential
foodstuffs. The present initia-
tive, Mr. Wiley emphasised, im-
portant though it is, should b/
regarded only as a stepping
stone towards the essential
goal of Panamanian self-suffi-
ciency. 'This self-sufficiency
mast be achieved in order to
assure the people of Panam
the more ample life to which
they are entitled."
Following the sighing of the
I agreement, which is designed to
expand widely the cooperative
I efforts actually in effect between
I Panam and the United States
[under the Point Four Program,
I the announcement was made
I that that Dr. Robert P. Bartholo-
mew, accompanied by his wife,
I will arrive in Panam on August
5 to direct the new program. Dr.
Bartholomew at present is asso-
ciate director of the University
of Arkansas Agricultural Experi-
ment Station in the United
8tates. Five other technicians
and their families are scheduled
to arrive on August 18.
This agreement, which speci-
fies that contributions during the
current fiscal year hall not ex-
ceed the sum of $166,960 by the
United States and $50,000 by
Panam, is an expansion of the
work which since 1947 has been
carried on between the United
States and Panam In the field
of agriculture and which is now
under the direction of .Walton P.
(Continued on Page 6. Col. 3)
Reckless Driving
Batters Front,
Rear Of Sedan
Reckless driving yesterday
afternoon caused heavy damage
both to the front and end of a 49
Ford Sedan, on Galllard High-
way. Driven by Staff Sergeant
James Cone. 27 of the 5700th
M and S. Squadron at Albrook.
the car skidded 80 feet into a
ditch, near mile post 1 turned
end for end hitting the bank of
the ditch again, and then back
on the highway where It came
to a stop blocking northbound
traffic.
Preliminary investigation by
the police indicates that the ac-
cident was due to reckless driv-
ing. There were no personal in-
juries or property damage ex-
cept to the vehicle.
Cone was cited to appear be-
fore the 8r. Traffic Officer.
Hospitality Till
Trains CZ Boys
NEW YORK, July 30 (Special)
The Canal Zone Little League
All-Stars will play in the North
New Jersey regional playoffs next
Monday, August 6. If they survive
the eliminations, they will take
part In the Little World Series at
Williamsport, Pennsylvania on
August 21.
Yesterday, the 14 members of
the Canal ZOne Little League re-
ceived specially blessed medals
from Cardinal Francis Spellman
at St. Patrick's Cathedral where
they attended solemn mass. They
were also scheduled to go on a
conducted tour of Radio City.
The local boys, all of whom are
reportedly In good shape, can be
reached by writing c'O St.
Joseph's College at Prlncton, N.J.
Besides their workouts, the CZ.
Little Leaguers had a luncheon
with the Mayor and officials of
New Brunswick, and appeared on
a radio quiz program last Satur-
Next Saturday. Aug. 4 theywlll
be the guests of the New York
Yankees at the Yankee 8tadium
for the St. Louis Browns-Yankees
game.
The youngsters' program from
now until Saturday include
workouts and several "hospitality
games" A hospitality game Is
one in which no score is kept and
Is not even considered an exhibi-
tion game. These games consist
of four innings for play.
\Hack Saw Thief Drops Pants
\ln Shocking Voltage Tangle
Some lucky thief who tried to
ake off with some lead and
opper got an 11,000-volt shock
nstead.
Electrical Division workmen
ho spent a large part of last
eek trying to locate a ground in
he Atlantic side electric circuit
n- '- found it Saturday morn-
4 and with it, the evidence
Jvhich they constructed the
theft.
opject of the theft an
It feeder cable of readl-
. able copper and lead
Ki In two places where
^mewne b & worked on it with
hack saw.
The thief or thieves had
gone to work on the cable where
it is exposed for a short distance
in the Folks River area where
it passes over a small portion of
land between two water areas.
Near the scene of the crime,
there was a pair of trousers
which someone suggests may
have been left behind in the
thief's skyward flight when he
tangled with the voltage.
Because of hack saw marks in
two different places, it is thought
probable also that two or more
persons may have been involved
in the attempted theft.
The hack- saw, the electrical
men sav. mav have Just disap-
peared in a blinding flash.
Plank St.-Amador
Road Intersection
Closes Tomorrow
The intersection of Plank
Street and Amador Road in Bal-
boa will be closed to traffic for
about two weeks starting at t a.m.
tomorrow, it was announced
Monday-at Balboa Heights.
The intersection is being closed
because of work on a 72-inch In-
terceptor sewer being Installed
In the area.
Finance Minister
Victor Navas
Leaves Cabinet
Minister of Finance Victor
Navas resigned his cabinet post
In Panama today following a
political argument that devel-
oped in connection with the ob-
servance honoring the memory
f Francisco Arias Paredes,
founder of the Renovador (Re-
form) Party. The Minister of
Public Health will assume his
duties until a successor is ap-
pointed.
The observance in honor of
the late "Don Pancho" Arias
was postponed from this morn-
ins; until this afternoon.
The argument arose in con-
nection with the issuance of in-
vitations to members of the
National Revolutionary Party
(PRA) to take _pa.rt in the ob-
servance.
6 Man Crew Off Bad Penny
Saved After 3 Days Adrift
The entire six-man crew of the copper sulphate. She. did not car- uled to reach Santa Marta July
small Colombian vessel Bad Pen- ry radio. 11 or 12.
ny are due in Colon late tonight The estimated value of her
after being picked yesterday She had only a single lifeboat, cargo was $15,000. It was not in-
from their drifting lifeboat In The Manhattan reported that sured.
the Caribbean by the Standord the six castaways were exhaust- No details have been received
Oil tanker Manhattan. ed when picked up about half- from the Manhattan as to what
They had been adrift three way between Hondura and Ja- may have caused the Bad Penny
days. Their lifeboat was provl- malea. to sink. The Colombian vessel's
sloned for eight days. agent in Miamf speculated that a
The Bad Penny, which is also fire might have broken out deep
The Bad Penny left Miami July registered as the Saman*. Is a In her cargo, or that she> hit a
7 for Santa Marta with a cargo of vessel of 80 tons. It was ached- reef.
Van Fleet Says
UN Army Won't
Be Ambushed
8TH ARMY HQ., Korea, July
30 (UP)General James A. Van
Fleet said here today that his
8th Army will maintain constant
vigilance, regardless of the truce
negotiations at Kaesong.
He said "We must not and will
not permit this great United Na-
tions army to become the victim
of a Communist ambush."
In a statement of appreciation
crediting the 8th Army with win-
ning for him his recent promo-
tion to the rank of full general,
he reflected the persistent Allied
suspicion that the Communist
peace moves culminating In the
Kaesong conference could be a
maneuver to cover other moves
aimed at securing military ad-
vantage for the Reds. '
Reports from Korea and Wash-
ington have told of the massing
of formidable Communist forces
behind the Korean battleline,
ready to launch a powerful of-
fensive.
Van Fleet aid: "We are sure
of the good faith under which
the United Nations delegates are
operating, and we hope for the
same from the Communists.
"However In spite of our hopes
every man must be alert at all
times.
"Our army is stronger than
ever. Our morale Is high.
"Together we will keep it the
best fighting team the world has
ever known."
Northeast of Yanggu, United
Nations fighting men climaxed
five and a half days of vicious
battling today with the capture
of a mountain top.
Throughout the long battle vet-
eran Communist troops en-
trenched in solidly built bunkers
poured down a shower of mortar,
machlnegun and small arms fire
on the slowly advancing, tena-
cious Allied unite.
The peak dominates the east-
ern front for miles around.
Allied Jete and fighter bomb-'
ers smashed at the North Korean
capital of Pyongyang through
slightly broken overcast today,
sending smoke swirling up to
cloud level.
Three Allied planes were lost.
Two Corsairs collided In bad vis-
ibility near Pyongyang, and a
third plane exploded when hit by
small arms fire Just north of the
battleline.
Pyongyang radio said 35 Amer-
ican planes bombed and strafed
the most congested residential
area of the city for about an
hour, killing many women and
children.
Poor Princess Rita Nearly
Broke Attorney Crum Says
Square Dances Set
For American Legion
Barndance Saturday
PARIS, July 30 (UP) Rita
Hayworth is "nearly broke," her
attorney said today.
Lawyer Bartley Crum would
not say how the red-haired prin-
cess came to be "definitely in Uj
hole financially" after majjTy
years as a top box-office star aMI
two years of marriage to Prince
Aly Khan.
But rumors here said she found
the life of a princess "very ex-
pensive."
"Rita Is nearly broke," Crum
said. "All she has now Is what
she makes from her movie con-
tract and that isn't much in Hol-
lywood these days."
Srum, having a quick lunch
with comedian Red Skelton,
paused to discuss the case be-
CLU-MTC Elect
W. M. Price To
Legislative Post
At the special meeting of the
Central Labor Union and Metal
Trades Council held yesterday
morning in the Balboa Lodge
Hall, members elected William
M. Price as their legislative re-
presentative to Washington. E.
W. Hatchett, Secretary of CLU-
MTC took over as President, but
appointed Walter Wagner In his
place until the next monthly
meeting of the organization.
Because Price accepted as leg-
islative representative, he had
to resign his position of 2nd
Vice, President. Sherman Brooks,
in Cristobal was next In line for
the presidency, but because of
illness could not accept. That
left the organization without a
president,
It was then dependent upon
the Secretary. Hatchett. and
acting in the new capacity of
president he appointed Wagner
until the regular meeting August
19 when an election for pres-
ident will be held.
cause of what he said were "con-
flicting" reports of Rita's atti-
tude.
"She will never go back with
Aly," he said. "All she is interest-
ed in now Is her new movie career
and getting a fair settlement for
their daughter. Princess Yasmln
the same terms he has given
his two sons."
Crum denied that Rita had a-
greed to give Aly six months in
which to court her all over again.
"He asked for six months," the
attorney said, "but we haven't
id 'ye.'"
He said Rita would delay her
Nevada divorce suit only if Aly
agreed unconditionally to be re-
presented before the court and
accepted Rita's terms for the fin-
ancial future of Yasmln.
It would be a long and expens-
ive proceeding, Crum said, If Aly
chose to fight the Nevada divorce,
and pointed out that was why the
actress hoped her husband would
be cooperative.
"I'm still expecting an answer
from Aly's lawyers, but as I
haven't got It. I'm leaving for Is-
rael tonight for a 10-day business
stay," Crum added.
"It (the answer) ought to be
ready for me when I return and
Rita will make the final deci-
sion."
Crum said he could see no rea-
son lor AU/'s fighting to delay the
suit except "to save his pride."
"Rita Is so excited about being
In films again," Crum said.*
New Adjutant General
For USARCARIB
The following personnel
changes were recently announc-
ed by Headquarters, USAR-
CARIB: Colonel Herbert V.
Mitchell, formerly the Adjutant
General Is now Assistant Chief
of 8taff. O-l. Colonel Julian A.
Wilson, who was Executive Of-
ficer to the AO is now the Ad-
jutant General. ____
PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 30 (UP) United Nations
and Communist ceasefire negotiators ended their four*
teenth and longest meeting at Kaesong today still dead-
locked oil the question as to whether the ceasefire buffer
zone between the armies should be along the 38th Parallel
or the present fighting line. *
To withdraw to the 38th parallel would cost the Unit-
ed Nations 30 or more miles of territory in some sectors.
Both sides made it clear today that hostilities would
continue during the present negotiations.
This refuted rumors that it might be possible to ar
range some sort of an unofficial ceasefire before all the
details of an armistice have been worked out.
The deadlock over the buffer
zone has continued for four days
of negotiations.
The fifteenth session Is sched-
uled to convene tomorrow morn-
While the chief Communist ne-
gotiator North Korean General
Nam II today clung to his con-
tention that the armistice line
should lie along the 38th paral-
lel United Nations chief negotia-
tor Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy
contended that as the armistice
Is to be negotiated on a purely
military basis it should lie along
the present fighting line.
He said any withdrawal from
these positions would Involve po-
litical questions which he was
not authorized to discuss.
A United Nations spokesman
said after today's meeting that
"there was nothing to Indicate
that a solution was In the imme-
diate offing."
The fourteenth session lasted
three hours and eight minutes
without a recess.
It Included one of the longest
speeches of the conference. A one
hour prepared statement by Nam
II In which he reiterated the
Communist stand on the buffer
zone.
The United Nations spokesman
said that for the first time Nam
II soemed to lack the verve and
zip that previously accompanied
his speeches.
He could not be described as
demoralized, but there was "a re-
laxed listlessness about the gen-
eral that had never been part of
his ramrod crisp speeches pre-
viously."
Dewey Heavily Guarded
On Trip to Malay Front
SINGAPORE, July 30
The governor of New York. Tho-
mas E. Dewey. flanked by the
heaviest guard ever given a
visiting foreign dignitary, will
visit the Malayan fighting zone
to see first-hand how the Brit-
ish campaign against the Com-
munist terrorists operates.
The only dignitary ever to re-
ceive comparable protection
since the war's end was India's
premier Jawaharlal Nehru.
Dewey is scheduled to meet
rubber and tin leaders for con-
versations concerning charges
that the United States is trying
to depress the prices of those
commodities.
Big Profits Cancel
Heavy Toll Suffered
By Blockade Runners
HONO KONG, July 30 (UP)
Panamanian blockade runners
suffered a heavy toll as a result
of running contraband into Red-
held ports, but profits apparent
ly were sufficiently high to Justi-
fy the risk.
Six ships had been detained or
lost their cargoes during the past
couple of months and six others
had their registry cancelled by
Panam. The newly-appointed
Panamanian Consul General,
Mario Guillen, said the Hong
Kong consulate had not Issued
any clearances for Red-held
ports since 149, and any vessel*
running the blockade do so after
clearing for another port, usually
Japan or Korea.
He warned the blockade run-
ners that they will have their re-
gistration summarily cancelled.
Three Panamanian ships, ths
Baralaba, Roc and Vulture are
still under Nationalist detention
in Formosa after their seizure
along the China coast. 'v
One other vessel, the Bust, wa*>
sunk by pirates and two others,
Taluel and Rosita, returned here
after the pirates had stripped tha
cargo.
Two more, Unlta and Hollina,
were due to arrive shortly. Tha
consulate said that the latter
ship had cleared for Mojl. Japan,
but the Nationalists picked it air
near Shanghai and confiscated
most of the cargo.
It has been estimated that 49
Chinese vessels have raised the
Panamanian flag during the past
couple of years. Most of thttfc
are small "beat-up" Jobs, either
rescued from the scrap heap or
brought from wartime surplus.
Even an occasional wooden ves-
sel has been seen.
Shipping sources said these
craft often were able to pay for
themselves after a single trip to
Red China where strategic car-
goes were bringing fantastlo
prices. Most of the cargo losses
are paid by legitimate shippers
through Insurance premiums.
Army General Fired From Detroit Job
For Letting Contractors Pay His Bills
By DEAN W. D1TTMER
The action followed a Con- that the hearings showed that Foundry and Engineering Com-
gressional Investigation of alleg- It was "surplus lumber and pany of East Chicago. Ind., and
WASHINGTON July 30 (UP) ed irregularities at the tank other things of little value that the Pacific Car and Foundry
Brig Gen David J. Crawford center. Crawford admitted ac- were Just lying around." Company of Seattle. The two
was formally reprimanded and ceptlng hospitality, including a "Oen. Crawford was Just do- firms had $33.000,000 worth ot
fired as commander of the hotel suite, from government lng what most of them do. and contracts with the Detroit Ord-
army's ble tank-automotive cen- contractors but denied showing he got caught at It." Hoffman nance Center for tank turrets,
ter at Detroit yesterday for ac- any favoritism In awarding remarked. "I'm sure he never Pace said Crawford violated
cepting free hospitality from some $6.000,000,000 in defense took a nicke! for letting govern- the same Army regulation by
defense contractors and divert- orders. ment contracts accepting the gift of a boat
lng government property to his Crawford will be succeeded by Pace emphasized that the Ar- keel for his personal use from
private use Br, Qen Carroll H. Dietrich, my Investigation turned up no a representative of a steel firm-*
The disciplinary action was now chief of the Watertown. evidence of "any contractual lr- which held some contracts with
ordered by Secretary of the Mass., Arsenal. Crawford will re- regularities on the part of Gen. the center and was negotiating
Army Frank Pace. Jr.. who said main at Detroit pending a de- Crawford." for others. He did not Identify
Crawford "has not met the high cisin on his next assignment. He also said that Crawford the firm.
standards required of an army Pace said he acted on the basis had done an "outstanding' Job The Army announcement said
ofncer of a report from the Army In- in organizing and developing Crawford "acted In a manner
A formal reprimand and re- spector General who was sent the tank-automotive center. contrary to standards expected
,*n.(1 IdJ,ash'onedl barndance ,lef from cornmand is the stlf- to Detroit last week after public "Nevertheless. Gen Craw- of an off cer of the army and
liH1 ?. Pe<;e de resistance f t punlahment that can be hearings were held there by a ford's failure to meet the high violated standing regulations
this Saturday at 8pm. h the *- high-ranking ar- House Armed Services Subcom- standards required of an Army in two other ways:
' my officer short of actual court- mlttee headed by Rep. Porter W. officer cannot be condoned." 1. By using "government ma-
martlal. It serves as a blot on Hardy. D. Va. Page said. erial to build pleasure boats
his record which will affe-ct fu- Rep. Clare E. Hoffman. R.. He said the Army Inspector 'for his own use at Fort
ture assignments and promotion Mich., a member of the sub- found Crawford guilty of vlulat- Wayne,. Mich.___ ___
chances committee, said on hearing of lng Army Regulation 600-1 by 2) By "transporting personal
Pace said steps also have been Paces announcement that he Is accepting free hospitality from property at government a*
taken to make Crawford "relm- "sorry that a man who has a contractor penw from Detroit to hU home
burse" the government for U. S. done such a good Job for his Crawford admitted that he oc- at Cobb Island Md
material which he used in build- country had to get into this cupled a suite in the Congres- Pace said that action has,
lng pleasure boats for himself, mess." s'onal Hotel In Washington on been taken to require Gen.
and for transporting personal He said there Is no question two different occasions during Crawford tc'reimburse the gor-
eoods from Detroit to his Mary- that Crawford "did wrong" by June as the guest of a repre- ernment for these violation*.
using government property, but sentatlve of the Continental (Continued en Page 8. CeL U
American Legion Club at Fort
Amador. A wellknown square
dance group will give an exhibi-
tion and audience participation
will be featured.
Friends are invited free of
charge, and correct dress for the
occasion will be loud sport shirts
for the man.
Anyone interested in present-
ing amateur acts may contact
Claude Campbell at Balboa 3218
or Mrs. Ella Werts at Balboa
2384. '
land home at Army expense.


PAGE TWO
THB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, JULY 30, 1911
Cargo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
1 Great White Fleet
, New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
;
S.S. Hlbueru___...............................July 29
S.S. Levers Bend...............................Aaf. S
afhlrlqul ...................................An*. 5
Chiriqui...................................Ant;. 19
(Handllni Refrigerated CUDed and Gnnl Cut*)
Arrives
New York Freight Service_______________Cristbal
S.S. Maya ......................................July 28
S.S. Cape Avinof ...............................Aug. 5
S.S. Cape Ann..................................Aug. 12
S.S. Cape Cod----- .............................Anf. IS
rYeckl; Salllnj lu New York, Loe Angeles, San rrancbco. Seattle
Occasional Sailings lo New Orlaana and Moblla
(Tba Steaners In thl service- arc United lo twelve passengers)
r request rrelfhl Balling Irom Crletobal la Watt Coail Central America
Cristobal to New Orleans via ^g
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala Cristbal
S.8. Chiriqui....................................Au|\ 7
S.S. Chiriqui ........ (Passenger Service Only) Aug 21
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2S0 COLON 20

MAERSK LINE
accepting passengers for
NEW YORK
BY
M.S. "CORONA"
SAILING AUGUST 1ST.
(Every room with connecting bathroom)
C. B. FENTON & Co., Inc.
Tel.: Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
C,E GLE TJUlUATLAUIQIJE
r'ASl t'RKKJHTMtS SKKVICK BETWEEN
EUROPE AND NORTH AND SOUTH PACiriC COASTS
(A Limited Number of Paaaenger Berihii
Kl KoPa.
SS. Pont Audamer ...................................... Auguit 2
SS. Argentan .............................................Auguit 4
ro M.LADOK. PERU AND CHILE:
S3. Port In Benin ..............................,,......August 20
SS. Bemleree............................................August 21
Ml ir.'NTKAL AMERICA AND WEST COAST C.S A.:
U.S. Washington ....................................... August 3
raoM NEW VOKK
lo rXVMOUTH La HAVRE:
"UberU'' .............................................. August 3
"De Crasse"............................................August 4
"He De France"..........................................August 11
Passenger Service From CARTAGENA to EUROPE Via Caribbean Purl:
"Colombio" ............................................. August 2
Cristobal: rKfc.M.11 UNE, P.O Box Ml Itl J-247 a 181
Panam: LINDO T MADURO. I A. lot 1MI
Tel Panama S-leSJ -l9l
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one of the 7 differ*V. varieties
of nourishing carala in POST-
TENS! 10 single-serving pack-
ages give the entire family its
favorite choice of cereal.
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One ol the most remarkable
hands to appear In a long time la
reported from Holland. It caused
quite a discussion of leading from
hondrs.
West thought that his solid"
trump sequence furnished an ad-
mirable opening lead. Actually
he could not have picked a worse
suit to lead.
South won with the queen of
trumps and led a diamond to
knock out East's king. East re-
turned the queen of hearts, dum-
my winning with the king. The
ace of diamonds was then knock-
ed out, and East had to fine) the
best return.
He felt he could hardly afford
to lead away from his Jack-nine
so he returned a club. Now South
was home.
Dummy took the king of clubs
and cashed the queen of dia-
monds, South discarding a heart.
Declarer next took the ace of
clubs and ruffed a club in dum-
my. He returned to his hand with
the ace of hearts (a vital entry
at this particular point and no
earlier i to lead his last club.
West was down to his four
trumps. He had to play the eight
to stop dummy's seven from win-
nlirg the hand at once. Dummy
overruffed with the ace and re-
turned the seven of spades. South
ducked and West was In with the
nine of spades: Now West had to
lead from his ten-three up to de-
clarer's king-six of trumps.
The curious part of the story is
that not only did West begin his
downfall by leading from his "so-
lid", sequence In spades but also
East completed the disaster by
falling to lead hearts a second
time from his broken holding In
that suit.
If East had led a second heart
high or lowSouth could not
have been in his hand to* lead the
last club through West when that
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TUT TANA-MA AMERICAN AN INDKPKNDENT DART NIWSPAPR
Victim Arrested, Corpse Lost
In New Orleans Murder Mixup
PACT THltnt
NEW ORLEANS, July 30 (UP) District Attorney
Vevern T. Darden discovered today that the body of a
murdered man, believed to have been John Calvin Harper,
43, until Harper turned up alive in Denver, Colo., hod been
lost in potter's field.
While two deputy sheriffs were flying Harper, now
charged with murdering the stranger, back to New Or-
leans from Denver, Darden ordered the six foot, two-
inch body exhumed so his medical technicians could get
to work trying to identify it.
The body has lain for two years in a section of the
Valence Street cemetery that the city bought as a pot-
ter's field. Until two days ago, the body was thought to
b? rf*~t of Harper. Then Harper was discovered living in
Denver.
Westerman, Dr. Auzanne Speak
At Annual Session, Local 900
Dcrald Easterwood, 26, who
had worked with Harper at a
filling station, was tried on a
charge of murdering Harper In
1949 and found innocent. He was
tried largely on the strength of
testimony by Harper's mistress,
40-year-old Pataleta Land.
Miss Land said she was cer-
tain the body was that of her
lover, because she recognized a
crooked finger and a blue but-
ton she had sewed on his pants.
Easterwood, who is married and
hfs four children; was rearrest-
ed last nis;ht and held as a ma-
terial witness.
When Oarien started exhu-
mation proceedings today, he
couldn't find where the body
wps. Rec^ds in city hall show-
pJ trw rTn was burled In "lot
EG." Butio "lot CO" could be
found in the Valence Street ce-
rr.......
Ch--^ Beekman, a Negro,
whn red unclaimed corpses
in the potter's field, said he had
bi'rled the body In the cemetery
all rlTht, but he couldn't re-
member exactly where.
Joseph Balandry, In charge of
cltv cemeteries, thought after a
conference with Eeekman that
the body of the murdered
stranger was in one of three un-
rn-rkerl graves.
Darden decided to postpone
the exhumation until today,
when he will try to find out
whlrn grave it is.
There was no doubt that
ft", man was murdered.
Wh"v the body was found in
a Jefferson Parish swamv
on April 12, 1940, it was
badly decomposed, but even
so police could see where
a knlte had been driven
into the man's heart.
When Harper, who also was
known as 8am Jones, was ar-
rested in Denver, he had a big
knife on him, and a social se-
curity card made out to "Freddie
Dickerson." Deputy Sheriff John
Faulkner of Jefferson Parish,
who arrested Harper, believed
the murdered man might have
been Dickerson.
Police extended their search
for Miss Land to Arkansas,
where she was last reported;
they want to charge her with
nerlury. Harper said in Denver
that he had left her six weeks
before the body was found be-
cause he got tired of arguing
with her.
Harper admitted that he left
with $80 from the New Orleans
lilling station where he worked
with Easterwood. Easterwood
had even confessed to murder-
ing Harper, but the confession
wp: not allowed at his trial.
He subsequently sued Marshal
Beauregard Miller of Gretna,
La., for $250,000, charging that
Miller beat the confession out of
him.
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In an atmosphere of true union
spirit, Local 900-GCEOC-CIO,
held Its first annual session in
the auditorium, of the La Boca
Clubhouse.
The session was called to order
at 10:30 a.m. by J. E. Byrnes act-
ing president and presiding offi-
cer. Seventy-two delegates re-
presenting the six chapters of the
Local comprised the session. The
National Anthems of the Repub-
lic of Panama and the United
States of America were very ably
rendered by Miss Myrtle Green.
The Invocation was given by Rev.
Father Doyle. CM. of St. There-
sa's Church, La Boca.
The guest speaker was George
W. Westerman. local journalist
and civic worker. Highlight of
the conclave was a stirring ad-
dress given by Dr. Oustav Au-
zenne. Director of the Depart-
ment of Commerce at Howard
university. The loud and r>rp-
longed applause accorded both
Westerman and Dr. Auzenne left,
no doubt as to the spirit in which
they were received.
Other highlights of the session
were a forceful address by the
acting president; a comprehen-
sive report by the recording and
corresponding secretary; a satis-
factory and encouraging report
given by the financial secretary-
treasurer; the auditors report; a
lengthy report by the resident
International Representative of
CIO. Ed K. Welsh; the passing o
many resolutions and the adop-
tion of the constitution.
A special order of business was
the election of officers to head
the Local for the 1951-1952 term
with the following results: Presi-
dent, Edward A. Oaskln, unop-
posed ; 1st Vice President. Joslvn
E. Byrnes, re-elected; 2nd Vice
President. Harold W.Rerrle; Fin-
ancial Secretary-Treasurer. Ro-
bert T. Ellis, re-elected; Record-
ing and Corresponding Secretary.
Harold W. Williams, re-elected
and trustees. Miss Medora Sang-
ster, Owen A. Alnsworth and F.
C. Walker.
Upon a motion unanimously a-
greed upon, a cable was forward-
ed to Gaskin acquainting him of
his re-election as President and
expressing to him the agreement,
support and encouragement of
the entire organization of his
work in the United States. He re-
turns to the Isthmus in Septem-
ber.
During his absence 1st Vice
president J. E. Byrnes will conti-
nue to set as President of the Lo-
cal. The session adjourned at
7:30 p.m.
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.PAGE FOUR
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, JULY M, 1951
[House Begins Investigation Of Baseball Today
^-Monopoly Subcommittee
Studies Majors To Bushes

By HERBERT FOSTER
:
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
WASHINGTON, July 30 A House Monopoly Sub-
committee begins investigating baseball from the Big
Leagues to the bushes today to see if it is violating anti-
trust laws, and the great Ty Cobb will be the first witness.
Chairman Err.anuel Celler. D.,
N.y..- himself a Dodger fan
hM emphasized the inquiry will
be' friendly, noi punitive. If the
lawmakers find baseball Is not
juet a game but an industry
brgai:lng the law, they may rec-
Cases of two other contract
skippers also have been settled
without bringing the reserve
clause to a legal test. They in-
volved pitchers Fred Martin and
Max Lanier. who wanted $1,000,-
000 and $1,500,000 damages for
ommend it be exempted from the i being barred from returning to
monopoly laws. the St. Louis Cardinals. But a
The hearing Is expected to can- \ half-dozen other cases are pend-
tef on baseball's reserve clause,, lng.
sometimes denounced as peon-
age'' because it binds a player for
lite to the club which first signs
him unless he quits. Is traded or
sole1.
' i"i>-, the fabulous "Georgia
Peach" who racked up more
major trague individual all-
tiinr records than any other
man, was scheduled as the first
witness.
The former batting star and
Outfielder with the Detroit Tig-
ers came to Washington from his
retirement home at Menlo Park.
Gal. He was to be followed to the
starcl by National League Presi-
dent Ford Frick.
Possible damages In pending
cases would not be affected even
if the game is exempted from
monopoly laws.
Federal anti-trust laws apply
to interstate commerce. The
Supreme Court ruled in 1922
that baseball was neither "in-
terstate" nor "commerce."
Since then the issue has been
clouded by interstate broadcast
and televising of games.
Other witnesses at the hear-
ings will be Harry Simmons, pub-
licity director of the Interna-
tional League; Minor League Czar
George Trautman; Baseball
Coach Rav Fisher of the Univer-
Pacific Chess Club
To Conduct Third
I nterclub Tourney
The Pacific Chess Club will
conduct its third inter-club tour-
nament at the Pacific Clubhouse
beginning Wednesday, August 1,
1951.
This tournament is Intended to
establish the club'a champion
player and to determine the Class
"A" group.
Approximately 132 games are
scheduled which should last over
a period of ten weeks. Tourna-
ment games will be scheduled for
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri-
days. All games will start at 7:15
p.m. and stop at 10:15 p.m.
All members of the club who
are interested in participating In
this tournament should get in
touch with the Secretary. E. Mc-
Kesey, not later than July 31,
1951.
Yankees Take Two Game Lead
In Hectic American League
Other aspects of America's na- sity of Michigan: Damon Miller,
tlonal snort expected to be aired
before the subcommittee Include
the farm system, the player draft,
powers of the commissioner.,
broadcast rights, franchises and
locations of clubs.
Teller said the first hearings;
will run about two weeks and \
then pdjourn until after the j
World Series in the fall.
-Organized baseball generally'
has defended the reserve clause
as necessarv to keen well-heeled
clubs from buying up all the tal-!
ent. and io stou p'ayers from;
Iaavini; a club afer a successful
seTpiin for more money.
But it also has a hunch that
Me clauseincluded in all con-
tractsmight not stand up In
court.
_ Baseball's most famous damage
suit was settled out. of court. It
was the $300,000 claim of one-
time New York Giant outfielder
Dannv Gr.rdella aeainst former
Baseball Commissioner A. B.
i 'Happy i Chandler, who is to tes-
\ tifv next week. Chandler barred
i Oardella from U. S. baseball for
' five years for jumpinr his con-
tract under the lure of more pe-
i sos in the Mexican League.
secretary-treasurer of the San
Francisco Seals, and congress-
men who have introduced three
bills to safeguard the reserve
clause.
Cobb held the American League
batting championship for 12
years. His other records include:
Highest batting average for 10
or more years .367: most years
batting .300 or better23 years:
most hits4,191; most total bases
5.863: most runs2,244; most
games played3,033: most times
at bat11,429; most stolen bases
892: and the modern record for
most stolen bases in a single sea-
son- 96.
Good College Teams Don't Just Happen;
An Authentic Football Movie Hits Hard
Happy Harvey !
Relax Harvey, all is well.
A job you found, as we can teil!
Oar Want Ad you answered to a
I
Boon you'll be president, wait n
see!
NEW YORK, July -30 UP)
The New York Yankees held a
two-game lead in the hectic
American League race after
sweeping over the Chicago White
Box, 8-3 and 2-0, yesterday when
Joe DIMaggio slugged two big
homers that produced five runs.
The Yankee 8tadium roared
with excitement as DiMaggio was
slugging at his best and Vic Ras-
chi and Bob Kuzava turned in
pitching jobs that bristles with
brilliance as the Yankees came
up with 22 strikeouts for the day.
Raschi, now the major league
leader with a total of 1*8 strike-
outs, struck out 12 in the open-
er while Joe Ostrowski, who re-
lieved Rasehl when he bruised
his hand stabbing a hot drive
by Chico Carrasquel in the
ninth, got another.
The Cleveland Indians topped
the Bastn Red Sox, 5-4. to go in-
to a second place tie at Boston
while the twin losses for the ChJ-
sox dropped them six and one-
half games off the pace in fourth
place
In other American League
games the Detroit Tigers topped
the Philadelphia Athletics. 8-4,
then lost, 3-0, while the Wash-
ington Senators won a 7-2 deci-
sion from the Browns then lost,
8-6.
Ray Boone turned in his sec-
ond game winning job in the
series of three at Boston when
he doubled home the winning
marker In the seventh. Then
Boone, at short, made a game
saving stab of a liner in the
ninth to give Mike Garcia his
13th victory.
Bobby Shantz, with help from
Bob Hooper, blanked the Tigers
at Philadelphia after Dlzzv Trout
pitched five-hit ball to give De-
troit the opener
Ageless Satchell Paige's relief
pitching saved the second game
victory for Tommy Byrne after
Cuban Sandy Consuegra pitched
Washington to victory in the first
game.
The Nats made all of their sev-
en runs to the fourth inning as
Mickey Vernon hit a three-run
double for the big blow.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Brooklyn Dodgers topped
the St. Louis Cardinals for the
12th straight time, 9-3, and the
second place New York Giants
won 3-1 and 6-4 decisions from
the Cincinnati Reds in the Na-
tional. The Chicago Cubs won a
pair from the Philadelphia Phil-
lies. 8-4 and 8-5, while the Bos-
ton Braves edged the Pirates, 5-4.
after losing, 8-2.
Brooklyn extended its win-
ning streak .to nine games by
putting on a seven-ran rally in !
the seventh to maintain its
mastery over St. Louis. Elwin
"Preacher" Roe, with relief help
from Clyde King, won his 15th
game against only two defeats
although Stan Musial touched
him for a first inning homer.
Sal Maglle also won his 15th
fame as the Giants took two from
he Reds in Cincinnati where
they have not lost a game this
year.
Sam Jethroe's homer provided
the margin of victory for the
Braves in the second game after
rookie Bob Friend pitched seven-
hit ball to win the opener, getting
offensive help from Ous Bell, Joe
Oaraglola and Bill Howerton who
hit four-baggers.
Ralph Kiner hit his 26th hom-
er and George Strickland also
blasted one for Pittsburgh in the
second game.
New Cub manager. Phil Cav-
arretta, drove in three runs in
the opener then hit a grand slam
second game home run to pro-
vide the motive power in both
victories over the Phillies.

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By JIM HART -
NBA Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK, July 30 (NEA)
In an effort to cash In on
the sports public's Insatiable
taste lor college football. Hol-
lywood once or twice a year
comes up with a fatuous mo-
tion picture concerned with a
handsome halfback's efforts to
die for dear old Big Time U.
Seldom on our stage, screen
or In our literature is the top-
ic dealt with for what It is
a cruel, big-business sham of
amateurism.
It was gratifying, then, when
MUlard Lampell three years a-
8o wrote a book called "The
:ero" in which he decried Am-
erica's autumn circus as a pos-
sible despoiler of youth design-
end to make its sponsors rich
and famous.
Now Hollywood has taken its
cue from fact and produced a
movie, based on the book but
more direct. Re-titled "Satur-
day's Hero" out of deference
to the thought that this gen-
eration's true heroes aren't In
college, the picture is fright-
ening in its accuracy and forth-
rightness.
The cognoscenti of the col-
lege game long have known
that most good teams don't
jutt happen. Thev are the re-
sult of excessive planning,
bush-beating. Rratultles and
eschewing education for prac-
tice time. The exceptionally-
gifted plaver who attends the
i school of his choosing to star
on the team and in class is
nearly extinct.
Just how nearly extinct is
made obvious by the college
publicity directors, who, when
they find such an oddity in
their midst, consider the event
of such news value as to merit
mention.
In "Saturday's Hero," Steve
Novak, a brilliant high-school
halfback, played by John De-
rek. Is plagued with offers by
leading colleges. He chooses a
tradition-bound school which
seeks to improve its sad foot-
ball lot to coincide with the
unscrupulous political ambi-
tions of its most notable living
alumnus, who is the team's
"benefactor," paying salaries
and other gifts to behemoths.
Steve intends to work hard
at his studies and improve his
social standing At first, his
marks are better than average,
but as practice time begins to
nn after sundown and public-
ty. carmpajgns bite ffto" study
hours, he is humnlantingly
forced to accept passing grades
on the basis of his prowess as
a player.
His family background, mill-
working Polish Immigrants, Is-
n't sufficient to merit Steve's
being bid to a fraternity.
Campus social life is beyond
his reach. Somehow, thougTi.
j he manages to maintain a
'naive attitude toward the game
while teammates rib him about
it and play for what they can
i get out of if,.
Disillusionment sets in when
'a rival player in i tires Steve's
i shoulder and later tells him
! he got a $150 bonus for doing
; it. The injury becomes perma-
i nent and Steve leaves school
to work in the mill in the
i shadow of whieh he grew up.
The disaster Isn't complete,
as he plans to finish college
' near home at night.
Columbia Pictures, which will
distribute the movie at the
: start of the season, doesn't try
to solve the Problem, merely
presents It. Perhaps there is no
solution.
Two of the stars. Wilbur Rob-
ertson and Al Baldock. made
the picture while thev were
s' ill ulaving quarterback and
right end. respectively, at
Southern California. The rest
of the cast reflects authenti-
city.
Football sequences were left
In the hands of experts. The
blocks and tackles are vicious
enough to iar the viewer loose
from his seat.
The result is possibly the
best football movie ever made
certainly the most honest.
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Powells, Caribe Again
Win In Atlantic League
LEAGUE STANDING
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Caribe..........7
Powell's........6
I Coco Solo.......8
i Westinghouse .... I
! junior Varsity .. .. 2
: 903rd "D"'Battery.. 1
.875
.857
.600
.357
.212
.125
Friday night Powell's and Ca-
ribe beat their opponents very
easily. Both teams showed that
they were in great shape. Caribe
is only one-half game ahead of
Powell's and both teams are try-
ing to stay right up on top. The
winner of theleague will receive a
36-inch trophy donated by the
Universal Sports Company. This
beautiful trophy will be a travel-
ing trophy. The winning team's
name will be engraved In it each
year.
The first game Friday night
was an easy victory for Powell's
against Coco Solo. From the first
iuarter Powell's was out front,
'he final score was Powell's 44,
; to Coco Solo's 29.
In the second game of the eve-
ning Caribe also defeated their
opponents very easily. It was
again a'l the way Caribe was
leading. The final score was 63 to
26. 803rd was short of men. for
they only had six players and in
the last quarter they had to play
only four men as two of their men
had fouled out.
The box scores:
Powell's FG FT
American League National League
TEAMS- Won
New York. M
Beston ... 57
Cleveland. 57
Chicago. (4
Detroit ... 43
Washington 43
Philadelphia 38
St. Louis 30
Lost Pet.
35 .624
G.B.
38 .600 2
38 .600 X
44 .551 8V4
49 .467 14! 2
52 .453 16
M .388 28V!
64 .319 28 M,
Bailey....... 3 0
Manning..... 8 3
Sullivan..... 3 0
Wilson....... 0 0
Bryant...... 1 0
Simons, C. .. 1 0
Smith....... 1 0
Brady....... 4 1
PF
1
3
1
0
2
0
0
3
TP
6
15
6
2
2
2
2
9
Totals....... 19 6 10 44
Coco Solo FG FT PF TP
Schultz...... 6 1 0 13
Hosefelt...... 3 1 4 7
Belviy...... 1 0 4 2
Bryant...... 2 1 1 5
Orochowskl. ..001 0
Nestle...... 1 0 2 2
Rigby....... 0 0 0 0
Totals....... 13 3 12 29
BIG ONE Fishermen don't
believe a larger dolphin wilt
be landed along the coast as far
north as North Carolina this
year. Using an artificial lure
trolling, H. R. Cooper of Nor-
folk caught this 37 >4-pounder
near the western edge of the
Gulf Stream, 30 miles southeast
of Nags Head, N. C. It is 57*4
inches in length, its girth is 28
inches around. They usually
run less than 10 pounds. (NEA)
Mutuel Dividends
Juan Franco
FIRST RACE
1Bagaleo $6.60. $4 60 $3.
2 Don Sizzle $5.60, $3.
3Don Catallno $2.40.
SECOND RACE
1Romntico $57.80. $13.60. $6.60.
2Golden Faith $4.40, $3.20.
3Volador $4.40.
First Doubles: (Bagaleo-Ro-
mantico) $128.40.
THIRD RACE
1Casablanca $3.80, $2.60.
j_White Fleet $4.40.
One-Two: (Casablanca White
Fleet) $13.60.
FOURTH RACE
l_Tuira $4.20. $2 60. $2.20.
2Diez de Mayo $4.20, $2.60.
3La Negra $2.20.
quiniela: (Tuira-Diez de Ma-
ye) $11.
FIFTH RACE
1Full $26.60. $5.40.
2Royal Coup $2.20.
SIXTH RACE
1 Marlscalito $19.40. $14.4C\.$7.40
2Polvorazo $7, $3.20.
3 Mllros $3.20.
SEVENTH RACE
1Silver Fox $10.20. $4 20. $3.60.
2Bien Hecho $4. $5.20.
3Baby Betty $3 80.
Second Doubles: (Mariscalito-
Sllver Fox) $215.
EIGHTH RACE
i 1Miss Cristina $9.80, $4.80, $5.20
2Miss Fairfax $4.40, $5.40.
3Jepperin $9.80.
Quiniela: (Miss Cristina-Miss
; Fairfax) $15.
NINTH RACE
: 1Beach Sun $39.20, $15 40,
' 2Tetravera $15.40, $6 80. i$10.20.
3Flamenco $4.40.
One-Two: (Beach Sun-Tetra-
rera) $587.6.
TENTH RACE
1Oorsewood $3.40. $2.60. $2.20.
2Grlsu $4.60. $2.20.
3 Paragon $2.20.
ELEVENTH RACE
1Cotillon $3.80, $3.40. $2.40.
2Glory's Ace $5.20, $2.40.
3Porthos $3.80.
Caribe
FG FT PF TP
Hall........ 2 1 0 6
Highley...... 4 0 0 8
Gibson...... 2 1 0 5
Hooper ...... 5 1 1 11
Simons, R.. .. 4 0 2 8
Trout....... 0 0 1 0
Welch....... 3 1 2 7
Swearlngen ..300 6
Pescod...... 3 0 2 8
Mof sr...... 2 1 1 5
Olhoeft...... 1 0 2 6
Totals.
29 5 11 63
903rd "D" FG FT PF TP
Lambert..... 6 1 3 13
Carroll...... 0 0 3 0
Myers....... 3 1 5 7
Blanch!...... 1 2 5 4
Tbomy...... 0 0 2 0
Dietrich..... 1 0 1 2
Totals.......11 4 19 26
Tuesday Night's Games (July 31)
Caribe vs. Westinghouse.
Powell's vs. Junior Varsity
Wednesday Night (Aug. 1)
Powell's vs. Caribe
JJ Battesj vs. Weatinghouse
Santa Cruz Sports
BY GILBERTO THORNE
Monticello Community
Basetbali League
TEAMS Won Lost
Tanner Shoe........5 0
BAM, Jr...........4 1
Deo. Max..........8 3
Tropidura..........1 4
C.Y.O............. 4
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at New York (Only Game Scheduled.)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
FIR8T GAME
Chicago 200 000 OOl3 10 0
New York 200 033 OOx8 9 0
KretloW (2-6i, Dorlsh, Judson
and Sheelly; Raschi (15-6), Os-
trowski and Berra.
SECOND GAME
Chicago 000 000 0000 5 0
New York 100 100 OOx2 8 0
Rogovin (6-7> and Masl; Kuza-
va (6-5) and Berra.
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.B.
Brooklyn 82 32 .660
New York. .53 43 .561 9
Philadelphia 48 48 .5*9 13
St. Louis 45 47 .489 16
Boston ... 44 41 418 17
Cincinnati 43 86 .462 ll'i
Chicago. 38 51 .432 11
Pittsburgh 39 56 .411 U'i
TODAY'S GA'MES
Boston at St. Louis (N).
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N).
New York at Chicago.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
FIRST GAME
Boston 000 020 0002 7 0
Pittsburgh 210 ICO 02x8 8 1
Sam (4-12 >, Paine, Cole and St.
Claire; Friend (4-61 and Oaragl-
ola.
FIRST GAME
Detroit 201 030 02O8 13 2
Philadelp'a 020 000 1014 5 0
Trout (5-111 and Swift; Zoldak
(3-6), Scheib and Murray.
SECOND GAME
Boston 040 01000 05 9 0
Pittsburgh 020 020 0004 9 2
Wilson (3-2), Estock and Coop-
er: LaPalme (1-6), Queen. Wllks
and McCullough.
SECOND GAME
Detroit 000 000 000-0 8 3
Philadelp'a COl 003 00x-3 5 0
White (0-2), Bearden and
Ginsberg; Bhantz (9-8), Hooper
and Astroth.
FIRST GAME
St. Louis Oil 000 0002 9 0
Washingt'n 000 700 00x-7 12 0
Wldmar (4-8), Sleater and
Batts; Consuegra (7-5) and Gue-
rra.
SECOND GAME
St. Louis 100 210 0048 13 1
Washingt'n 000 000 4026 12 2
Byrne (4-4>, Paige and Lollar;
Porterfield, Haynes, Harris (5-6),
Hudson and Klutt*.
Cleveland 010 300 O105 12 1
Boston 003 010 0004 6 1
Garcia (13-7) and Tebbelts:
Kiely (2-1), Kinder and Evans.
ONE-AR'MERS JAILED
HUNTINOTON. Ind. (UP)
Eight one-armed bandits shared
two cells at city Jail but there,
were no gripes about overcrowd-
ing. The "bandits" were slot ma-
chines seized in a gambling raid
and locked up for safe keeping.
FIRST GAME
New York 000 100 020 8 0
Cincinnati 000 000 0101 7 0
Mage 115-4) and Wejtrum;
Ramsdell (9-9) and Pramesa.
SECOND GAME
New York 000 301 020 11 2
Cincinnati 020 001 1004 11 1
Corwin, Kennedy, Spencer
(6-2), Jones and Yvars, Wes-
trum; Wehmeier. Smith, Perkow-
ski, Fox and Howell.
Brooklyn 100 000 7109 14 1
St. Louis 110 100 0003 13 2
Roe (15-2), King and Campa -
nella: Brecheen (7-2), Staley,
Crlmlan and D. Rice.
FIRST GAME
Philadelp'a 001 000 1304 7 0
Chicago COO 003 Oil5 7 2
Roberts, Konstanty (4-9) and
Seminick; Minner, Leonard, Kel-
ly (2-0) and Burgess.
SECOND GAME
Philadelp'a 100 003 0118 8 2
Chicago 020 000 60x8 12 2
Thompson 13-71, Church. Rob-
erts, Hansen and Wilber; Rush,
Leonard, Hatten, Dublel and
Owen.
"Vm" Sampson's Tanner Shoe
smashed records once again as
they racked up 43 field goals and
23 foul shots to whip Duco Wil-
son's Tropidura team by fifty
points. The hlghpointers of this
record-making game were W.
Holder and G. Sewell of Tanner
Shoe with 36 and 32 points, re-
spectively; while M Abrahams
scored 16 points for Tropidura.
Score by Quarters
Tropidura 11 23 35 59
Tanner Shoe 31 49 76 109
BAM, Jr. gained themselves an
easy win over Dep. Max Heurte-
matte. 65-62. Hlghpointers of this
game were H. Brown of BAM, Jr.
with 23 points and E. White of
Dep. Max with 24.
Score by Quarters
Dep. Max 21 38 56 62
BAM, Jr. 14 29 49 65
Gamboa's Lucky "7" Sporting
Club will be striving once again
to make their presence be known
when they invite Raimundo An-
toine's Orquesta Troplcana to
play in the Santa Cruz Clubhouse
at their Labor Day dance to which
they also invite the general pub-
lic.
The Lucky "7" Club was born
on Sept. 4. 1944 when several en-
ergetic sportsmen of the commu-
nity found the need for an or-
ganization that would strive to
maintain the interest of young
athletes in sports. This organiza-
tion, then called The Lucky "7"
Sporting Club, functioned suc-
cessfully for several years win-
ning the praises of and being ad-
mired by hundreds of persons and
I organizations.
Dep. Max Heurtematte edged
C.Y.O. 69-65, In five thrilling pe-
riods of basketball made possible
by the efforts of the Monticello
Social and Sporting Club. Once
again, Roberto Joseph's C.Y.O.
team played commendable bas-
ketball, but failed to win the
game.
However, they managed to take
over a slim lead which they held
for two quartersthat's some
improvement over their past per-
formances.
Topscorers for this game were
Percy Forde and F. Hyacinth of
C.Y.O. with 20 points each and E.
White of Dep. Max with 25.
Score by Quarters
Dep. Max 8 25 49 63 69
C.Y.O. 18 36 48 63 65
BAM, Jr. whipped Tropidura,
69-61, in the second game. Ralph
Goodlng (BAM. Jr.* was topscor-
er with 19 points and Roy Good-
lng led the Tropidura team with
31.
This Kin; of all
Cough Mixtures comes
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Tht Kino, ot oil cuugh medicines
Buckley CANADIOL Mixture
has been used tor years In over 70%
of Canada's homes. Fast working
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'Y' Hoop League
Balboa Armed Services Y.M.C.A.
All-Service Basketball League
standings as of July 28 is as fol-
lows:
TEAMS Won Lost
Albrook............4 0
Hdq. 15th Naval District 4 1
Rodman (West Bank).. 4 2
Special Troops......2 2
Corozal............1 3
7461st Signal........1 4
U.S. Army Hospital.... 0 4
The first game tonight. July 30,
will bring together two Army riv-
als, 7461st Signal and Corozal.
Both teams have showed steady
improvement since the league
started, and tonight's contest
should be a close well played
game.
The second game at 8:30 be-
tween U. S. Army Hospital and
Albrook A.F.B. should be an easy
win for the flyers.
Starting time Is at 7 p.m. sharp.
There is no admission charge.
The public is cordially Invited.
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MR. AND MRS. MANFRED ENGEL, cutting their weddlne
cake at the reception following their marriage on July 15
at the Jewish Welfare Board Service Center In Balboa. Mrs.
Engel Is the former Natalie Zapp.
MISS Ol IZADO BRIDE OF .MR. PORRAS
* Miss Maritxa Guisado, daughter of the Vice-President of
Panama and Mrs. Jose Ramon Quizado, was married last
evening at eight o'clock to Hernam Porras, son of Mrs. Ali-
cia Castro de Porras and the late Dr. Bellsario Porras, for-
mer President of Panama. _^ ,
The wedding took place in Cristo Rey Church, Vista del
Mar, with the Reverend Father Jesus Cerrano officiating.
Luis Eduardo Guizado, Jr., cousin of the bride, served as an
acolyte during the service.
The sponsors of the wedding
were the President of Panama.
Alciblades Arosemena and the
mother of the groom, the parents
of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Cami-
lo A. Porras. Dr. and Mrs. Er-
nesto Zubleta. Mr. and Mrs. En-
rlque'I Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Jose
Antonio Sosa, the former Presi-
dent of Panama and Mrs. Enri-
que I. Jimenez. Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
se Ramon Guizado, Jr., Dr. and
Mrs. Jose D. Crespo, Dr. and
Mrs. Rodrigo Miro, Mr. and
Mrs. Rodrigo Porras. Mr. and
Mrs. Ramon Gonzalez Revllla.
Mr. Rodolfo Castro and Mrs. Ali-
cia Porras de Aramburu.
White gladioli in profusion de-
corated the sanctuary which was
lighted by many candles. Profes-
ar Dzevaltauskas and a stringed
orchestra played the traditional
wedding marches and during the
aervice, Schubert's "Ave Maria."
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, wore a beautiful
wedding gown of white satin and
embroidered tulle with a veil of
illusion which was held in place
with orange blossoms. She car-
ried an antique mother-of-pearl
Erayer book and a gold and mo-
ier-of-pearl rosary.
The maid of honor was Miss
Bertllda Paredes and the brides-
maids were the Misses Rita Jime-
nez, Marcela de Janon. Adelita
Caldern, Graciela campagnanl,
Blanca Sonla McNatt. Ida Valla-1
rlno and Irene Guizado. They
were gowned in pale rose colored
organdy and lace.
Anselmo Castro was best man i
and the groomsmen were Carlos
Arosemena. Alfredo Berguido.
Eduardo Maduro, Jr., Roberto Es-
tripeaut, Nicky Boyd, Eduardo
Stagg and Ricardo Arias. Elida
del Carmen Coreo and Marcela
and Angelica Porras were train-
bearers and Mireya Porras was
the flower girl. They also wore
pale rose colored organdy. Jaime
Garcia de Paredes. Jose Ramon
Quizado III and Juan Antonio
Quizado carried the rings and
the "arras."
After the wedding Mr. and
Mrs. Quizado gave a reception at I
the Panama Golf club.
Mr. Porras and his bride havej
left foT a few days in Boquete i
before going to Mexico where
they will reside, temporarily.
Dinner Party Honors
Ambassador and Mrs. Wiley
The United States Ambassador
to Panama and Mrs. John C. Wi-
ley were the guests of honor at a
dinner parly given Saturday
tvening by the Commander-in-
chief Caribbean Command. Lt.
General William H. H. Morris,
Jr. and Mrs. Morris. The dinner
was held at the commanding
general's quarters on Quarry
Heights. Covers were laid for 18.
Mrs. Stewart Visits
Her Son In Aneon
Mrs. C. P. 8tewartof Indian-
apolis. Indiana, arrived recently
for a visit of several weeks with
her son. Dr. Robert L. Stewart of
the Gorgas Hospital staff.
Departure
After a visit of several weeks
with Lt. Qeneral and Mrs. Will-
iam H. H. Morris, Jr., at Quarry
Heights. Colonel Oliver 8. Wood
left Thursday for his home in
Washington. D.C.
Guests of
Chaplain and Mrs. Bergeaon
Chaplain and Mrs. Merle W.
Bergeson had as their dinner
"uests Sunday at their quarters
at Far Fan. Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence W. Chambers, her mother,
Mrs. B. J. Allen, Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Rushing and Mr and
Mrs. William A. Van Slclen. Jr.,
all of Gatun.
Return from U.S.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scrlbner,
have returned to Panama from a
vacation trip to the United
States.
Miss Markuson Honored
at Tea and Shower
Miss Lucille Markuson of Dia-
blo Heights, who is to be married
in August to Stephen Fulop of
Curundu, was given a tea and
shower Saturday at the Hotel Tl-
voll by Mrs. Myron W. Fisher and
Miss Doris Kin Ugh.
All Star Circle
to Meet Wednesday
The All Star circle will meet at
1 p.m. Wednesday In the Scottish
Rite Temple. Balboa, for lunch-
eon and a business session.
Notice to Members
of the I.A.W.C
The classes of the Inter-Amer-
ican Women's Club will start to-
morrow. Members interested In
registering should call the club
secretary for further Information,
Balboa 3465 or Panama 2-0511.
The Hospitality Committee of
(he club will meet tomorrow at
8 a.m. at the club headquarters
on Shaler Road, Ancon.
Nurses Association
to Meet Wednesday
The Isthmian Nurses Associa-
tion will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wed-
"BERNARDO'S
REALTY SALON"
At your service In the Cas-
tilla de Oro Building Near
El Panam Hotel. Phone
3-474*
$6.25
NEW 2-TUB EASY SPINDRIER
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nesday in the fifth floor auditor-
ium of the Fort Clayton Hospital.
Officers and Chairmen
f Legion Auxiliary
The American Legion Auxiliary.
Department of the Panama Ca-
nal Zone, recently elected the
following officers: President,
Patsy Ryan; lat Vice President,
Louise Griffon; 2nd Vice Presi-
dent. Dorothy Hall; 2nd Vice
President, Outlying Dlst., Ida
Buckholtz. Arruba. N.W.I.; Sec-
retary-Treasurer. Addle colcla-
sure; Chaplain, Lucy D*w*y;
Honorary Chaplain, Mary Engel-
ke; Historian, Grace Gravatt;
Sergeant at Arms. Grace Ander-
son; National Executive Commit-
tee woman, Lydia Nadeau; Alter-
nate National Executive Commit-
tee woman, Betty Crawford.
The following committee chair-
men have been appointed: Ame-
ricanism, Ruth Daniel; Bond, Es-
telle McLane; Child Welfare,
Winifred McDermott; Communi-
ty Service, Clara Nelson; Consti-
tution and By Laws, Joan Cartot-
to; Civilian Defense, Frances Oll-
ley; Education of Orphan* of
Veterans, Grace Gravatt; Fin-
ance, Betty Crawford, Billv
Krump, Betty Malone; Girl State,
Lois Magner; Gold Star Mem-
bers, Pauline Little; Junior Acti-
vities, Billie Krump; Legislation,
Gertrude Feist; Membership,
Joan O'Connell; Music. Cleo Barr;
National Security, Lydia Dewey;
Poppy. Anne Emslie: Radio, Lou-
ise Griffon: Rehabilitation, Cla-
ra Youart; Publicity, Marie Ben-
nett; Parliamentarian, Betty
Crawford;
Girl State Board: Lois Magner
Ch. and Director; Clara Youart,
Betty Crawford. Lydia Nadeau.
Pauline Little, Addle Colclasure,
Patsy Ryan.
Delegates to the National Con-
vention in Miami Oct. 14-1 are:
Lois Magner, Marie Bennett,
Pauline Little. Patsy Ryan. Ida
Buckholtz. Chairman of the De-
legation Is Betty Crawford.
STATE DOES ALL RIGHT
MILFORD, Mass. (UP) The
State of Massachusetts did better
than the players caught in a dice
game raid. A judge permitted the
six players to keep the S648 they
had in their hands when police
walked in. However, the Judge
said the state should receive
$2.035 in cash that was on a ta-
ble.
Prof. As Baffled As Cops
In Cinder Woman's Death
ST. PETERSBURG. Fla., July
SO, (UP> One of the nation's
foremost experts on death by fire
examined the case of St. Peters-
burg's "cinder woman" today but
only deepened the mystery that
has baffled local authorities for
three weeks.
"It's the most amazing thing
I've ever seen," said Dr. Wilton
M. Krogman. professor of an-
thropology at the University of
Pennsylvania's graduate school of
medicine.
The noted anthropologist, who
has assisted the Federal Bureau
of Investigation in more than 30
fire-death cases in the past 20
years, visited here while vaca-
tioning at nearby Bradenton.
On the night of July 1. the
body of elderly Mrs. Mary Hardy
Reeser, widow of a prominent Co-
lumbia, Pa., physician, apparent-
ly was consumed by a mysterious
fire.
Only the skull shrunken to
the size of a fist a piece of
backbone and a part of one foot
remained.
But Mrs. Reeser's one-room a-
partment was barely scorched. A
piece of carpet and an overstuff-
ed chair were burned and soot
smudged the celling, but these
were the only signs of fire.
"It has been established that
heat of about 3.000 degrees fah-
renhelt is necessary to complete-
ly consume the bones as happen-
ed In the Reeser case," Krogman
said.
"I cannot conceive of uch
complete cremation without more
burning of the apartment Itself.
In fact, the apartment and every-
thing in lt should have been con-
sumed.
"Never have I seen a human
skull shrunk by intense heat," he
said. "The opposite has always
been true. The skulls either have
been abnormally swollen or have
virtually exploded into hundreds
of pieces."
Krogman advanced one theory
that a super lightning bolt
struck Mrs. Reeser and her body
served as a conductor to ground
the current through a wall-type
heater behind the chair.
But he discarded that opinion
upon learning that local weather
bureau reporta showed no light-
ning present In St. Petersburg on
that fateful night.
uch lightning bolt also
would have had some effect on
lines In the vicinity of the apart-
ment but the power company has
traced its electric lines all the
way to the main plant without
finding a trace of an abnormal
power load.
Local authorities are awaiting
a report of examination of the
bits of charred bone and furnish-
ings by the FBI laboratories in
Washington before continuing
the investigation that hit a
blank wall at the start.
Krogman said the laboratory
nrobably could learn a great deal
from soot collected In the apart-
ment and the metal springs of
the burned chair.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Births
ESCOBAR. Mr. and Mrs. G a vi-
no a. of Silver City, a daughter,
July 17 at Colon Hospital.
ORTEGA. Mr. and Mrs. OU-
berto of Silver City, a son, July 21
at Colon Hospital.
DAHL, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred of
Colon, a son, July 22 at Colon
Hospital.
PUERTAS, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
of Panama, a son. July 23 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
LAVALLE, Mr. and Mrs. Olive
of Panama, a son, July 23 at Gor-
ges Hospital.
INNISS, Mr. and Mrs. Ervln of
Colon, a son. July 24 at Colon
Hospital.
PHILLIPS. Mr. and Mrs. Mi-
chael C. of Colon, a son. July 24
at Colon Hospital.
BOWEN. Mr. and Mrs. E. of
Panama, a daughter, July 24 at
Gorgas Hospital.
SMITH, Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
of Red Tank, a daughter. July 24
at Gorgas Hospital.
CAIN, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. of
Balboa, a son, July 24 at Gorgas
Hospital.
COOPER. Mr. and Mrs. Telmo
P. of Silver City, p r"iughter, July
25 at Colon Hospital.
PARRI8. Mr. ana Mrs. E. T.
of Red Tank, a son, July 26 at
(Jorgas Hospital.
GUEVARA, Mr. and Mrs. M.
M. of Red Tank, a son, July 26 at
Gorgas Hospital.
SOBERS. Mr. and Mrs. Q. of
Gamboa, a son. July 26 at Gorgas
Hospital.
RAMSEY. Mr. and Mrs. V. E.
of Red Tank, a daughter, July 26
at Gorgas Hospital.
McKAMEY, Mr. and Mrs J. E.
of Curundu. a son, July 26 at
Gorgas Hospital.
McILVAINE. Mr. and Mrs. R
B. of Balboa, a daughter, July 26
at Gorgas Hospital.
Death*
DELANDRO, Arthur. 74. of Co-
rozal, July 23 at Gorgas Hospital.
SHAW. Daniel N.. 83. of Pana-
ma, July 23 at Gorgas Hospital.
PIMENTAL. Aurelio, 40 of RIO
Abajo. July 28 at Gorgas HomMtal.
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operators. For information call: 3-2217 Panama.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Na. 17 "H" Sttael Puu
Ne. 12.17 Central Art.Cal*.

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12 worus
3 each additional
word.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR. SALE:Choirs, settee, mogo-
z'np rod;, lomp. bolster choir, side
tables of barrboo in good condi-
tion, altogether for" $260.00 or
ssparatcly. Con be seen at Calle
Venezuela No 10 (upper story) at
cn>- tirr.e. Maduro family.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
WE HAVE token in too many usad
can and mult tal. at a lou! Pricat
below the average TRADE-IN
value. Many makti and modali.
Financing a y a i I a a) I a. NASH
AGENCY.
MISCELLANEOUS
Oe ou ha a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholics Anonymeu
Bo 2031 Ancon. C. Z.
fCI SALE:This week end anytime
2 bamboo chairs, $20.00 each.
Kenmore vecuum cleoner, $10.00.
Spars mahogGny dinlngroom table.
$25.00 741-C Enterprise Place
i iu" off Balboa Prorloi. Phone 2-
63 6*.
TCR SALENine pcrce'r- n Wc'tir.ghouse refriger-
ator 826-A Empire St. Bolboa.
FCn. SALE:7 cu. ft. Coldspct re-
frgeratc-, 1949 Chevrolet Sport
Cinoe. block, excellent condition;
15 0"0 m:'--. P1"-'. >"M'om-
son Place. Phone Balboa G4I0.
FOR SALE:Trucks: One GMC. 5
trn. 1947, excellent condition.
GMC 2 1-2 ton, Army type, 10
wheels. 1942. One International
2 1-2 ton, 1947. long-chossl). In-
ternational 2 1-2 ton, 1947, short
chassis. -One Mack 5 ton. 1947.
excellent condition. Telephone 2-
0610. Panama.
FOR SALE
! FOR SALE1946 Naih 4 door se-
dan. Excellent condition through-
out, may be seen onytime. House
No. 547. Corozal Hospital road.
Phra A. Ashby, original owner. Tel.
2-2746..
! FOR SALE: Dodge Army Corryall.
House 98-C New Cristobal, one
block of Roosevelt Ave. between
8th ond 9th. St.
SUMMER SPECIAL Cold Wove, $7.50.
Why have a home permonent?
. .with inadequate facilities, no
certain finished look, ond no guar-
antee when you can have o
professional one complete for only
$7.50! It will lost longer. and
look better! These can be had
Monday thru Thursdoy. Moke your
oppointment eorly! Tel. 2-2959.
Balboa Beouty Shop. Open 9:00
a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Balboa Club-
house, upstairs.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:One hectare. 1,352 me-
ters of land. Also house ond fruil
tre*s in Rio Abajo. Moke offer
House in Son Francisco. 500 me-
ters $4 000 mortgege Price S7,-
500. Lets in Lefevre Pork, instal-
ment p'ans. $2.25 $2.50
$3.CO o meter. Coth. 10. dis-
count. Coll Cia. Repblico de Cons-
tru-ciones. telephone 2-2587. Cen-
tral Avenue No. 141. upstairs. Pa-
nor.i.i.
WANTED
"liscellaneoiis
Ladies. Young ladies, tok odvonfaqe.
of these bargains at Vilanova. End
of the month sole. Viloncvo. No
115 Centrol Avenue. Panama.
Helo Wanted
WANTED:' -Gcrd cook. Must have
references. Do not apply if not
competent. No. 75, Peru Ave. up-
stairs.
FOR SALE: Packord 1949 four
door sedan, duty paid, green seat
covers, white wall tires. In excel-
lent condition", 12.000 mile", own-
er Irovinq country SI.500 00. Coll
3-1975 from 9 o. m. to 5 p. m.
~~ FOR SALE j
Motorrvele
FQR SALE:BSA motorcycles or-'
riving this week. 125 CC's. and;
250 CC's. Also, the followino:
BARGAINS: 1 "Golden Flash" 650 j
CC. used, in excellent condition..
$525 00. 2 "Bontoms" 125 CC. j
used, in excellent condition, duty I
paid, $330.00 each. Ponamsica. '
S A. No. 4. Monteserin St., (Nextj
to Mercado Lolito^.
FOR SALE:Wonderful reduction ot
Vilanovo's; dresses, blouses, lin-
gerie at astonishingly low prices,
until the end of this month. Vila-
nova No. I 15 Central Avenue.
FOR SALE: "Foldarola" stroller,
$10. Trimble De Luxe Bathinette.
SI2.50. "Teeter Cabe," S3.C0;
Car seat $0.75. exponsion qote.
SI.00; will sell lot for $25.00.
Call Novy 3700.
RESORTS
Gramiich'i Sonta Cloro beach-
cottages. Electric ico boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
WiMloms Sonta Clora Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frigidaires, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboo 2-3050.
'hilliat. Beach cottoges, Santo Clara.
Box 435 Bolboa Phone Panoma
3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished aport
ment. Contact office No. 8061, 10th
St New Cristobol. Phone 1386. Co-
lon
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
maid's room, just built. "D" street
"El Congrejo," near Hotel El Pa-
nama." Tel. 2-0313.
FOR RENT: One room furnished
apartment. All modern convenien-
ces. Splendid location. 43rd Street
No. 13.
FOR SALE: Piano upright Grand,
moll modern. Gos stove four burn-
e-. Upholrtered livingroom set 13-
DCl. Baby stroller. Phone 916,
Colon.
FOR SALE: Harley Davidson, 74
74 OHV. Fair shope $395.00. 860
X Morgan Ave. 5-7 p. m.
FOR SALE:Cushmon Motor Scooter
49 modei. Excellent condition. Coll
Ponam 3 0543.
>ruce-Gumbs Rites
Held At St. Paul's
Yesterday Afternoon
The marriage of Miss Angela '
' Bruce and Mr. Daniel Gumbs was
solemnized at 12 noon yesterday1
at St. Paul's Church. Rev. Night- i
cngale officiated.
The bride was escorled and I
given in marriage by her brother
Henry Fray. Clifford Johnson
was the best man and Astoria
Gumbs the bridesmaid.
A reception was held at (he
home of the bride's parents at
La Carrasquilla in Las Sabanas.
Mr. Gumbs is an employe of
The Panama American.
Overloaded Ferry
Capsizes. 5 Down
EDMUNDSTON. New Bruns-
wick. Julv 30 'UPiSo manv
passengers were aboard a sir">U
cable-Dulled l?ke ferry here to-
day that the craft capsized
when thev rushed to watch a
boat race. Five persons were
drowned onlv 15 feet off shore
Police said that the 22 feet
flat-bottom ferry tipped 51
men. women and children into
50 feet of water.
A crowd of 1.500. watching the
Manlswaska Fish and Hunt
Club's annual regatta from the
shore of Caron Lake, saw the
accident.
FOR RENTFurnished two bedroom
ooortment for two or three bo-
chelors, Bella Vista, very cool. Tel.
3-1648.
FOR RENT:Modern two bedroom
apartment with livingroom-dining-
room, on Tivoli Avenue No. 18,
across from Ancon Post Office. Tel.
2-1032.
FOK RENT
Room*.
FOR RENT:Furnished room, spa-
cious. Private entrance. No. 5. Da-
rien street Apt. 4, opposite Panama
American. ~el. 2-3189,
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished clean,
cool room, meats available. El lla
Vista 46th Street. 18-A upstairs,
phbne office hours 2-1693, even-
ing 3-1789.
R O \
ARMY GENERAL
FIRED FROM
(Continued from Paje 1))
He did not indicate how much
vuuld be deducted from (he of-
ficer's pay to settle the account.
The hearines showed that the
! boats Involved were two small
sailboats, one 18 feet long and
, the other 24 feel long which
Crawford built for himself at a
lake resort.
Crawford told the House in-
; vestlgators he saw nothing
, wrong in accept free hospital-
ity a' the Washington hotel.
even though he was drawing ex-
rcn'p monfy from the Army at
I he same time
He said the foundry compan-
ies, representative. Ray Middle-
ion. i'a his neiehbor on Cobb
Island and that they had been
i "quite friendly" for 11 years.
Asked if this "friendship" in-
; fluerced his decision to award
j multi-million dollar contracts
to the two fou'idry firms, Craw-
I ford said it did not.
On a trip to Crawford's home.
; two Congressmen and two news-
i papermen were halted by guards
when they tried to insnect a
i "boat well'' eonstru?ted with
, several thousand dollars worth
I ot heavy armor plate.
Crawford and two armed mi-
litary guards met the delega-
tion at the gate, where one ot
" ?'is snatched a camera
'--""her when he
tried to taken picture.
" ill be no pictures
taken here." the usually soft-
snr>ke>i r>eneral snaoperj. The
camera wes lmoounded. but was
later released on Crawford's
orders
Crawford permitted the groun
j to inspect, the "boat well."
which he described as "nothing
more than a sewer."
"Anyone can see It Is only a
ewer." the General said. "I s'up-
pp.e small pleasure boats could
get in and out of it If thev
Wir'.M to. but it's never been
lie.-' irr that "
"- steel armor plat-
:' 'h th "sewer" was
lined was taken from a scrap
I l i-e. i
m AND PANAMA
S'GN AG^MENT
(Continued from Paje 1))
Pe'lers. Chief of the United States
Agriculture Mission to Panam.
It represents several years of
study and recommendations bas-
ed on the needs of the Republic
as seen after close observation
and collaboration with Panama-
nian agricultural officials and of-
ficers of the United States Em-
bassy.
Under the agreement, signed
today, individual project agree-
ments implementing the general
agreement will be signed by the
Panamanian Minister of Agricul-
ture, Commerce and Industries
and bv the Chief of the United
States Agricultural Mission to
Panam.
Through the general agree-
ment the Republic of Panam
will: Make available the staff and
facilities of the Instituto Nacio-
nal de Agricultura for full parti-
cipation in the program; provide
land, buildings, office and class-
room space, equipment and sup-
plies needed in the conduct of
, agricultural investigation, educa-
| tlon, training and demonstration
undertaken in the execution of
this program; provide secretarial
and stenographic assistance as
needed for the satisfactory lm-
! plementatlon and management
of the program; and provide mo-
tor vehicles required for the use
! of the designated technicians and
administrators within Panam in
! connection with the program.
The Government or the United
Stales agrees to provide the serv-
ices of technical and adminis-
trative experts qualified to col-
laborate in achieving objectives
which include;
expanding and Improving
j educational facilities of the In-
I siltuto Nacional de Agricultura
at Divisa;
iBi providing for research at
the Instituto and elsewhere in
Panama designed to Increase the
, agricultural productivity of Pan-
am;
(Ci providing for the develop-
ment of a Panamanian national
agricultural extension service
program;
D> training personnel for pro-
fessional service In such an agri-
cultural teaching, research and
extension program; and,
it i providing such other agri-
cultural development services,
within the limits of available
funds, as designated representa-
tives of the two Governments
shall deem necessary for the de-
velopment of local resources and
the Improvement o working and
living conditions.
All activities operating under
the agreement will be governed
by the terms and conditions of
the General Point Four agree-
ment for technical cooperation
which ttP' ->ed 'n Panam or
Dicember 30, J50.
RC Special Appeal
For Flood Sufferers
Is 9th In 30 Years
WASHINGTON. D.C.. Julv 30
The special $6 000.000 flood relief
drive which the American Red
Cross is now conducting to aid
flood sufferers in Kansas. Mis-
souri. Illinois and Oklahoma, is
the ninth such appeal made by
the nation's official disaster a-
gency in the past thirty years.
The drive was begun following an
emergency request by President
Truman to the American people.
The last special appeal was in
1938 following the New England
hurricane. A similar drive after
i he 1B37 Ohio-Mississippi Valley
floods largest disaster in Red
Cross history netted over $25.-
000,000. All of this money was
used In providing shelter, food,
re-buildlng and re-furnlshing
homes and providing long-term
medical care.
Since its origin more than 70
years ago. the Red Cross has
spent almost $190 000.000 on do-
mestic. Insular and foreign disas-
ter oneratlons.
Following is a list of the spe-
cial disaster fund appeals since
1920 in which a generous and
sympathetic public contributed
almost $85,000.000.
1923Japanese Earthq u a k e,
$11.768.803.
1926Florida Hurricane, $3,-
818.282.
1927Mississippi Valley Flood.
$17.498.902.
1928West Indies Hurricane,
$5.883.726.
1930-32Drought Relief (Gen-
eral!, $10.838.421.
1936Spring floods and storms,
$8,211351.
1937Ohio-Mlsslsslppi Valley
flood. $25.585.680.
1938New England Hurricane.
$930.748.
Total $84.616,013.
Off The Floor Delivery
'n These Famous British
Cars
TANDARD VANGUARD
4-Door Sedan
TRIUMPH MAYFLOWER
2-Door Sedan
TANDARD PANEL TRUCK
STANDARD PICK-UP
TRUCK
For Further Information
Call
Panam 2-2930 or 2-1619
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
We run a PERMANENT
BARGAIN SALE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEM8
where the
FINEST QUALITY PAINT8
are priced LOWER
than the cheapest.
Whv not save money
buying the best?
CEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
279 Central Ave.
Tel. 3-0140.
Mr & Mrs. Canal Zone:
Car ( I miio.ms HLir-L>vt'Kb ana
UK-UPHOLSTERING call u, vJli
our how-room Cmlom null) rurnl-
"?-. T *P"'"tJ mil Drrn.
raiori Fabrics Prre Katlmatn N*.
Beg" UPHOLSTWIV New r. Irphone *-?.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
22 E. 29th St.
16 mm Sound Projector
Revere ... $229.50.
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY Inc.
(adjoining International Hotel!
and Camera tore
(Lobby Hotel El Panama)
-
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 Tivoli Ave. Apt 1
Office: Tel. 2-SSS7 Home: 3-4M7
HOURS: Monday thru Frldaj
S to 12 a.m.
Monday, Wrdiirdav. Thuriday
I to I p.m.
Saturday > in to I p.m.
ALADDIN
KEROSENE Mantle Lamp
60 Candle Power of Modern White
Light. Bums in Hour* Oo I sal. ol
Kerosert (Jin M% AIR Only ",
KEROSENK. Absolutely Safe It
cannot Explode Requires no gener-
ator or pump No Smoke or Odor.
So Simple a Child Can Operate It
$9.95 Lowest Price
. ever Offered In Panam.
All Parta Available.
On Sale In All HARDWARE and
FURNITURE Storaa
Distributora:
W0N0 CHANO. S. A.
Coln >lh St A Balboa Ave
Tel MS
Panama *3 Central Ave.
Tel. 2-2087
nag;
TAXI
RADIO
2 OR MORE CAN RIDE
AS CHEAP AS /
24-Hour
SERVICE
Phone
Pan.
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INSTANT
(fortified With Vitamin D)
WHEN PROPERLY DILUTED
CONTAINS:
Protein.............. 3$.9"
Lactose.............51.*
Fat ................. l.e*i
Calcium ............ IJf-
Phosphorus .........l.tt*
Sodium Oxide....... .7*
Potassium Oxide .... 175%
Nlacin .. .. 4.J mg per lb.
Thiamine .. 1.8 mg. per lb.
Kiboflavin.. S.2 mg. per lb.
Calories ...... SCO per qt.
Vitamin D 4N units per at.
Oa Sale In PC Ca. Commlatarlet.
2 Official Houses
To Be Tom Down
And Put On Sale
Two of the old official Jiouaes
near the Administration Building
at Balboa Heights will be.torn
down and new house will be
built to replace them as part of
the Canal's present long range
housing program.
One of the houses slated for
demolition Is now occupied by
Edward N. Stokes. Railroad and
Terminals Director.
The other was vacated by Ar-
nold Bruckner when he retired
in June as Finance Director.'
Both probably will be advertis-
ed for sale and demolition with-
in the next two months, after the
Stokes family moves to the At-
lantic side following the trans-
fer of the Railroad and Termin-
als Bureau offices to Ciistobal.
These houses, the Governor's
house and the other old frame
official house Ancon Hill
were built about 1907 in the con-
structions towns of Empire. Cule-
ora and Oorgona.
They were moved to their pre-
sent locations in 1914 when canal
headquarters were transferred to
the present Administration Build-
ing and the town of Balboa was
developed.
Although plans have not been
drawn for the new houses, it Is
now expected that a two-story
masonry house will replace the
one now occupied by Mr. Stokes
and a ranch-type house will be
constructed on the other site.
C. A. Mcllvalne, former Exe-
cutive Secretary, was the first to
move into the house now occu-
pied by the Railroad and Ter-
minals Director after it was
moved from Culebra to Balboa
Heights. Lewis B. Moore, at that
time Office Engineer, moved in-
to the house in July 1940 and
lived there a year, when it was-
occupled by the laie A. Lyle Pra-
ther. Mr. Stokes moved into the
house last December.
Occupants-of the other house
were all Chief Quartermasters
until it was assigned to Mr.
Bruqkner In December 1943.
They were: Captain R. E. Wood,
now President of 8ears. Roebuck
Company, who lived there from
Octooer 1914 to May 1915; Major
W. R. Orove, who lived there un-
til October 1917; R. K. Morris,
who occupied the house from
that time until September 1928;
and Roy R. Watson, who was the
last occupant before the Bruck-
ners.
24 Hour Strike
Called In Panama
Starting Tomorrow
The Committee Against the
Higher Cost of Living and Un-
employment today In Panama
called for a 24-hour strike as a
protest, beginning tomorrow
morning.
The Federation of Students
and other groups will take part
in the general strike.
Many organizations that orig-
inally formed this committee
have announced that they will
no longer cooperate in the pro-
test.
Polish Officers
To Be Tried
For Western Links
LONDON, July SO (|")
N'ine senior officials of t ie Po-
lish Army, including three gen-
erals, have been arrested and
will be tried as "leaders of an
espionage and dlverslonist or-
ganization" working for Wash-
ington and London.
The Polish Press Agency here
announced today that the of-
ficers are accused of undermin-
ing the strength of the Russian-
directed Polish Army command-
ed by Soviet Marshal Cons-
tants Rokossovsky.
Israel Voting Today
On 1,000 Candidates
TEL AVIV, Israel, July 30.
(UP) Israel's 900,000 eligible
voters went to the polls today
to choose 120 members of the
nation's parliament, the Knes-
set, from a list of nearly 1,000
candidates.
The voting was orderly as
the first voters cast their bal-
lots at 6:00 a.m.
All Israelis except those In
essential services observed the
holiday proclaimed for the
election.
Recreation Program
Dance on Tuesday
Set at Balboa Gym
The regular Tuesday evening
dance will be held in the upper
Balboa Oym from 7 to 10 p.m. to-
morrow. All young people are in-
vited to come and enjoy dancing
to many of the modern dance
bands on recordings.
This Is one of the many pro-
grams planted by Physical Ed-
ucation and Recreation Depart-
ment to provide wholesome acti-
vity for the young people in the
community.
UN Starts Inquiry
On Fate Of POWs
Said Held By Reds
UNITED NATIONS, New Yori,
30 (UP)a three-man United
Nations Investigating Commis-
sion opened an inquiry into the
fate of 2 million German,-Jap-
anese, and Italian World War
II prisoners whom Western
powers charged were being held
by Russia and her satellites.
The Commission held their
first session and decided to meet
in private twice daily for two
weeks.
Appointed by the General As-
sembly last fall in an attempt
to locate missing war prisoners
and speed their return to their
homes, the Commission Is com-
posed of Judge Jose Gustavo
Guerrero of El' Salvador who'
was elected Chairman today.'
Countess Bernadotte. widow of
Swedish Count Folke Berna-1
dotte who was assasslnaed as'
Palestine Mediator, and Judge'
Aung Khlne of Burma.
Andrew W. Cordler. Executive!
Assistant to Secretary General:
Trygve Lie. greeted the Com-,
mission In Its first session, and!
reminded them of the dlfflcul-,
ties confronting them.
The Commission was created,
despite Russian protests, and,
the delegates of Soviet coun-,
tries served notice that they |
considered it "illegal" and
would not cooperate.
2 Bulgarian Generals
Seized in "Purge"
LONDON. July 30 (UP)The
Belgrade newspaper Borba re-
ports that Slavcho Trinskl nnd
Krum Mllanov Borlmechka,
both major generals in the Bul-
garian army and prominent
Dartlsan leaders In World War
II. have been arrested by the
Bulgarian government.
Borba said both officers had
been In favor of "brotherhood
between Yugoslavia and Bul-
garia."
The paper added: "Out of 11
men in the present politburo
of the Bulgarian Communist
party, seven are Moscow men
who spent World War II in the
Soviet Union.
"These seven are now carry-
ing out a purge in Bulgaria to
remove all those who fought for
freedom and socialism."
Procedures Outlined
For Atlantic Side
Local Rate Students
Students who expect to attend
Silver City Junior or Senior High'
School on August 6 and who were'
not In attendance last year are1
urged to report at the Principal's'
office on August 1, 2. or 3 so that
enrollment will be completed'
when school begins. Nejv stu-
dents.are asked to bring with;
them a copy of their own birth,
certificates, a copy of their par-,
ents' wedding certificate and re-,
cords showing previous schooling.,
The enrollment application form,
requires the signature of the par-,
ent, but parents need not accom-i
pany their children to the school
if it Is too inconvenient durlngi
office hours.
New tuition regulations are hv I
effect in the Canal Zone schools.
Parents who have been paylnq or
expect to pay tuition for their *
children are expected to come tn
Silver City High School to sign ,
the new contracts sometime dur-
ing the first three days of August., j
Parents are Invited to come tor. ,
the Principal's office at any time
during regular office hours to
have the new regulations explain-,v
ed. For many Silver City stu-*J
dents the rate will remain the"
same as last year.
Contrary to previous ustom,'*
Junior and Senior High'School*
students at SihrerClty will not b*
expected to report until 9:00a.m.'*
on the first day of school. After'
the first day. classes will beoln'
at 8:00 a.m. as usual. Regular,
students will report to their'
homeroom teachers and new stu-!
dents are asked to report to th
Principal's office for assignment.
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ME. AND MES. TAGAROFULOS
ENTERTAIN WITH COCKTAIL PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Tagaropulos entertained with an
elaborate cocktmil party at their Gatas reoMoaee Saturday
evening. Their xuests included prominent resident irom
bath tide. of the Isthmus.
ana
iur.
tar.
Mr.
Mr.
Those who attended were the
Governor ol Colon and Mrs. A-
us..in t;etteo. Mr. and Mrs.
-u.iaaeate. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
latttr, Mr. John Arey, and Mr.
j epn uempsey of the American
i-moassy. tlie American Consul
and Airs. Charles Whltaker, Mr.
ana Mrs. Eustace Lee. Mr. and
Mr*. Marcel Glngoire, Mr. an'd
Mrs. Julio tsalas, Mr. and Mrs.
toward Henrlquez, Mr .and Mrs.
Herman Henrlquez, Miss Ann
Marie a.id Miss Juay Henrlquez,
Mr. and Airs. Juan Puccl, Mr. and
Mrs. Gumner Hlrschteld, Mr.
ana Mrs. Kenneth del Valle. Mr.
and Mrs. Clit.'ord Maduro, Mr.
Mrs. Jose Maria Gonzalez,
ana Mrs. Fritz Humphrey,
anu Mrs. Lenidas Sanchez,
ana Mrs. Walter Hunnlcutt,
and Mrs. Humberto Lelgna-
dier. Mr. and Mrs. George Katu-
las. Mr. and Mrs Edward Cas-
Uno. Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Charlea
Perrei.Sr., Mr .andMts. Charles
Perreti, Jr., Miss Collette Perrett,
Mr. and Mrs. William Adams,
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ray-
mond. Mr. and Mrs. Hercillo
Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. James Boyd,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scott, Dr.
and Mrs. Jesse Byrd. Dr. and
Mrs. Luis Reyna, Dr. and Mrs.
Constantino Rusodlmos, Mr. and
Mrs. Alexio Rusodlmos. Mr. and
Mrs. Luis J. A. Due met, Mr.
and Mrs. Gogy Estlnoz, Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Tagaropulos. Mr.
and Mrs. Pablo Tagaropulos. Mr.
and Mrs. Atalacio Tagaropulos,
Mr. and Mrs. P. Constantino,
Mr. and Mrs. John Constantakls,
Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Chalassa-
nos. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Costa-
rangos, Mias Nicoiette Costaran-
gos, Miss Aposecos Costarangos,
Mr. and Mrs. George Costaran-
gos. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hatjl,
Miss Vilma and Miss Maria Rosa-
na, Colonel and Mrs. James
Pumpelly, Colonel and Mrs. L. F.
Kelly, Colonel and Mrs. John
Deltz. Commander and Mrs. C. B.
Far well. LI. Commander and
Mrs. C. B. Diehl, Major and Mrs.
E.G. Leahy. Major and Mrs. R.
'. Dlckson. Major and Mra. J.
er, Captain and Mrs. Pormas-
, Captain and Mrs. Raymond
itricio. Mr. and Mrs. Dash wood
arllng, Messrs James Feraan-
b, Bob Rosanla and Eddie Cas-
vno, Jr.
engraved watch and scroll from
his friends. Among the guests
present were Mr. R. C. Btock-
liam, superintendent of the Divi-
sion and Mr. W. A. Dryja of Pe-
dro Miguel, with Mr. William A.
Van Slclen, Jr. and Mr. George
Poole. Superintendent and assis-
tant of the Gatun Locks.
Mr. John Tobin was in charge
of the arrangements and waa as-
sisted by Messrs William Rlnke,
Albert Pate, George Radel, Mel-
ton Smith and C. V. Scheldegg.
Miss Ann Newhard of
Gatun will be Acting At-
lantic Side Society Editor
of 'ihe Panama American
for the next month, while
Mra. Milton Lee Naah is
on vacation.
Miss Newhard's tele-
phone number. Gatun
472. and her mail address.
Box 242. Gatun, C. Z., will
appear at the head of the
Atlantic Side column each
day.
Readers are reminded
again that all society
items should be sent to
the society editors. To
mail them direct to The
Panama American office
merely cauaea delay and
sometimes results in loss
of the items.
aunt of the honoree, were pres-
ent for the (upper party.
Captain and Mrs. Parsons
Change Residence
Capt. and Mrs. William S. Par-
sons moved Saturday to quarters
412 on Colon Beach. These are
the quarters formerly occupied
by Captain and Mrs. R. S. Fahle.
Mr. and Mrs. Blalr
Leave for States
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Millar
Blalr and Miss Joan Blair. sailed
yesterday on the "AJax' lor New
York. They will stop at Jamaica
and have an opportunity to see
former friends on their way
north. They plan to make their
residence In one of the eastern
cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Foreman
Return from Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Foreman of
New Cristobal, were among the
passengers arriving today on the
Panama. They have been visiting
In North Carolina and Washing-
ton. D.C.
lr. Howe Honored with
raditionai Farewell Party
Mr. David Howe. Electrical Su-
I yjorintendent, for the Gatun
I' cks, waa tendered the tradi-
lonal farewell party by his fel-
jw employes, Sunday afternoon
..t the Block House in Gatun. Mr.
-fowe is retiring and will leave
tith Mrs. Howe to reside in
ttnpton. New Hampshire.
Mr. Howe was presented an
Mrs. Wolf to Be
Honored with Luncheon
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Gatn Union Church will com-
pliment Mrs. Frank Wolf with a
bon voyage luncheon at their
meeting Thursday. A covered
dish luncheon will be served at
12:30 p.m. preceding the meeting.
All members and friends of the
honoree are Invited,
All members who have sold tic-
kets for the raffle on the oil
painting, may turn the money In
to Mrs. Ralph at this meeting.
Birthday Slumber Party
Miss Patricia Leach, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Leach, of
Margarita, .celebrated her 13th
birthday anniversary with a pic-
nic supper party and a slumber
party at the home of her parents
Friday evening.
Patty's guests included Sarah
Barfield. Judy Malcolm, Diane
Delaney, Diane Peterson, Donna
Humphrey. Donna Brown. Edith
Eckhoff. Andrea Armst ron,
Shirley Tobin and Madeline Qar-
rett.
Some of the younger sisters
joined the group for the supper.
They included Marion and Lon-
nie Smith. Sandra Eckhoff. Mar-
lon. Delany. Betsy Delany and
Marlon Leach.
Mrs. Alvina Leach and Mrs. He-
len Melslnger, grandmother and
Duplicate Games
Duplicate Bridge la played ev-
ery Monday evening at the Mar-
garita Clubhouse. The winners of
last week's games were: East and
West, Miss Jeanne Doble and
Harry Frlendland, 2. Mrs. Jul-
ius Loeb and Mr. O. O. Brown;
3. Mrs. R. B. Ward and Mrs. J.
A. Cunningham. North and
South: Julius Loeb and W. E.
Gibson; 2. Mrs. Irl Sanders Jr.,
and Mrs. E. W. Mlllspaugh; 3.
Captain Sam Roe and Mr. Her-
bert Delgado.
Cotillion Club Board Meeting
The Washington Cotillion Club
Today Marks 9th
Birthday Of WAVES
Now 5,751 Strong
Today marks the ninth birth-
day of the WAVES. The Women
Appointed for Volunteer Emer-
gency Service will begin their
tenth year with 5,721 women on
active duty and with plans un-
derway for increasing the num-
ber to 10,000 by" July. 1912.
Although no formal service-
wide observance is planned. In-
formal get-togethers will be held
In many Naval activities where
WAVES are on duty. Captain
Joy B. Hancock, director of the
WAVES, will cut a nlne-candled
cake at a celebration in Wash-
ington. D. C. at the Naval Re-
ceiving Station where WAVES
on duty in that city are quart-
ered.
WAVES first beean serving
their country on July 30, 1942,
when Congress authorized the
enlistment and commissioning
of women In the Naval Reserve.
The Women's Armed Services
Integration Act in June, 1948,
placed the WAVES as an Inte-
gral part of the regular Navy.
Durlne World War IT. more
than 79,000 WAVES were on
duty In 900 continental shore
establishments and more than
4.000 were assigned to duty In
Hawaii. They performed 450 dif-
ferent kinds of jobs. WAVES are
now assigned overseas duty In
Hawaii. Alaska. Germany, Eng-
land. France, Guam and Japan.
Board Meeting will be held to-
morrow evening at 8:00 In the
lounge of the Hotel Washington.
It Is hoped that all members of
the Board and Interested club
members will attend.'
Tax Evasion Charges
Roll Against Miami
Sheriff, Bookies
MIAMI, FlaM July 30 (UP)
Attorneys attacked Federal In-
dictments today charging ex-
Dade County Sheriff James A.
Sullivan and his wife with evad-
ing payment of income taxes.
They filed a motion to "quash
process" on ground that the of-
fense charged. happened In
Jacksonville and the proceedings
should be brought in the Fed-
eral District court there.
The motion also charged that
the Grand Jury that Indicted
the Sulllvans was prejudiced
against them by stories in the
Miami Herald and the Miami
Daily news.
A 51-page "scrap book" of
' clippings from the two news-
i papers was attached to the mo-
tion.
Federal Judge George W.
W. Whltehurst postponed hear-
ing the Sullivan case further un-
til the proper court Is deter-
mined.
Sullvan, long-time target of
: the U. 8. Senate Crime Investi-
gating Committee, and his wife
I are charged with evading pay-
, ment of more than $16,000 In ln-
;come taxes over a four-year
period.
Meanwhile, five members of
the defunct S. and G. Book-
\ making Syndicate on Miami
Beach pleaded Innocent to
charges of destroying Income re-
cords.
The five Harold Salvey.
Sam Cohen, Eddie Rosenbaum,
Jules Levitt and Charles Fried-
man were given three weeks
I in which to prepare any mo-
i tlons they might want to file
attacking the indictments.
Lt. Col Bennett
Assumes Command
Of 764th AAA Bn.
FORT GULICK, July 30 Lt.
Colonel William J. Bennett has
assured command of the 784th
AAA Gun Battalion with Head-
quarters at Fort Davis.
Colonel Bennett a native of
Highland Falls, New York gra-
duated from the U.S. Military
Academy in June. 1940 and was
commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant
of Coast Artillery. His first as-
signment took him to Fort Sher-
man, Canal Zone, for duty with
"Dog" Battery. 1st Coast Artillery
Regiment. He was later transfer-
red to the Pacific Side and as-
signed to the 73rd Coast Artillery
Regiment with duty station at
Headquarters, Fort Amador.
He came to the Isthmus in A-
prll 1950 and was assigned to the
G-l. (Personnel) Section of Head-
quarters. USACARIB, first In
; Personnel Services Division. This
i was his last assignment prior to
! assuming command of the 764th
AAA Gun Battalion.
Colonel and Mrs. Bennett (for-
merly Katheryn M. McCune of
Ogden. Utah) will rtVlde at
Quarters 41, Fort Davis.
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Basketball
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Ska CRISTOBAL LEAGUE STANDIK TEAMS V Bears ............ BeRcats.......... Tigers............ Liona.............. Wolvei............ IGS Von 9 1 4 4 1 14. 8. Lost 1 i
Results -Bearcats 27, Bears Wolves 27, Tigers
It "Was a day of upsets at the
Cristobal Oym as the Wolves won
their first game by soundly
trouhcing the Tigers, 27-8. All
players and fans were pulling for
the nnder-dog Wolf team and the
gym was a bedlam of noise as the
game ended and the cheers arose
ior this scrappy wolf pack, who
even though they had lost nine
straight, they still had plenty of
fight'In every game which was
the spirit that paid off as they
finally beat the third place Tig-
ers. .
Little Chuckv Crawford and
Wayne Craig led the Wolf attack
with 10 and 9 points F. Burgess
was a tower o ndefense but en-
ough cannot be said about the
whole fighting wolf pack.
In the second game this scribe s
predictions came true as the
Bearcats kept the gym in an up-
roar as they toppled the Bears
from their undefeated spot and
remained in the running fo rthe
championship.
There never seemed to be any
doubt as to the outcome of this
game from the opening whistle as
Eddie Pabon dropped in the first
marker on a tip-off play, to put
the Bearcats off to a running
start.
Tha Bearcat teamplay was su-
perb as they stopped the Bear at-
tack cold and passed them dizzy.
Brian Cox, with 12 points, was
high man for the winners. Again
the rafters rang with praises to
the victors.
Th.-box scores:
Gun Club Notes
Al Joyce Wins 50-Meter Handicap
Rifle Match
Marines Defeat Albrook-Curundu
In Pistol League
The old maestro, Al Joycp out
a score of 395 together with a
five-point handicap to shooi a
400 possible to take the 50-meter
smallbore Individual rifle match
held at Far Fan Sunday. Sturte-
vant Todd moved back into the
winning column with a score of
399'- to take second place away
from M-Sgt. Bill Merrlman who
totalled 399 for third.
The day was successful all
around as the boys finally man-
aged to push Bill Jaffray well out
of the money as he was unable to
live up to his four-point handi-
cap. However, he was In good
company as Dick Dillman, the lo-
cal smallbore champ, also fell out
of bed.
The individual scores:
Corrected
poned match between Balboa and
Albrook-Curundu will be fired
the same day right after the reg-
ularly scheduled match.
These.matches are fired over
the Camp Perry course, and each
meets each other team twice In
team in the three-team league
the abbreviated schedule. This
will make a good warm-up com-
petition for the Gallery League
schedule which will start about
the first of October.
The scores for this match:
MARINE BARRACKS
Slow Timed Rapid Tls.
H. J. TurtonS* 88 84 267
C.P. Haynes 86 79 91 256
G. Tucker 87 85 83 255
Counselman92 84 64 240
'IMS
Competitor Score Hdcap Score
395 5 400
S. Todd...... 386 lb 399'i
Bill Merrlman 394 8 399
Fred Wells.. 387 10 397
Bill Joyce .. .. 391 E 396
Lew Ryan .. 386 10 396
Archie Turner 386 HI 396
Bill Jaffray. 388 4 392
Bert Joyce .. .. 374 lb 389
Cliff Brewster 380 8 388
Earl Mitchell. 385 0 385
Dick Dillman. 376 5 381
While the rifle match was go-
ing on, the Marine Barracks team
met Albrook-Curundu in an out-
door league .22 pisto' ""t-'- '
defeated them soundly, 1018 to
929. T-Sgt. Curtis ..
Albrook-Curundu fired high
score for the day when he hit 270,
"Mle Col. Howard Turton with
267 was high for the Marines.
Lt. Carl Haynes of the Marines
and Bill Jaffray of Albrook-Cu-
rundu both fired 256 to tie for
third place among the Indivi-
duals.
The schedule calls for the Ma-
rine Barracks tean to meet the
strong Balboa aggregation next
Sunday at Far Fan, and the post-
ALBROOK -CURUNDU
Slow Timed Rapid Tl.
c Peterson 96 90 84 270
Bill Jaffray 92 83 81 2!>6
E. Mitchell 77 87 81 245
B Merrlrp'n 71 43 44 158 929
Faces In
The Majors
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINEJOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
Jim Konstanty i Andy Hansen
Wolv. s
Crai;-.....
Burg.ss. F.. .. 2
Crawford, C. .. 5
Leves, C..... 2
Bland, H..... 0
Hourlgan, J. .. 0
FG FT PF
2 5 3
2 0
5 0
2 0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
Totals.......11
TP
B
4
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4
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27
FG IT PF TP
2 0 3 4
Tigers
Chase......
Humphrey.. .. 0 0 4 0
Palumbo..... 1 o l
Hanna....... 1 0 0 2
Katz, F...... 0 J) _0 J>
Totals....... 4 0 8 8
Bearcats
Burgess, J..
Pabon, E. ..
Hawthorne.
Cox......
Hadarits. ..
Tom kins. ..
FG FT PF TP
2
8
5
12
0
0
1 0 1
4 0 1
a 1 1
8 0 11
0 0 1
0 0 1
Totals.......13 1
27
Bears
FG FT PF TP
DoTan. B..... 0 0 1
Longo....... 2 1 1
Katz........ 4 1 0
Howard...... 0 J|
Kenway...... 0 0 0
McQoft ...... 0 0 0
Waahabaugh .. 0 0 0
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0
5
9
0
II
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MAY HARNESS TIDES
EASTPORT. Me. (U.P.i A
vrole'ct to harness the ocean
tidesoff Eastport for hydro-
electric power has been revived.
The easternmost city in the
United States. Eastport is the
site Of Quoddy Village, head-
ouarters for the project aban-
doned 10 years ago. The ocean
tides in this area rise and fall
irom 18 to 27 feet.

Tuesday & Wednesday!
MOVIE OF THE WEEK!
Life Mag.
Murder and comedy clever-
ly mixed in a witty and sus-
penseful film!...
J, ARTHUR RANK retenta i
ALEC GUINNESS
DENNIS PRICE
VALERIE HOBSON
JOAN GREENWOOD
,n. u hfcAttiS AND
^CORONET^^^
CENTRAL
Tomorrow
TUESDAY!
TODAY!
Victor Mature Terry Moore
"GAMBLING HOUSE"
THURSDAY
Week End
Release!
SUNDAY RELEASE ON
WEEK-DAY...
Hunt The Man Down
jit liiitoria
dt un himbit
qua (win
la intimidad
da ittla
parson.*
"raiaaloilat'1
Dandier than
"Yankee Doodle Dandy"
James CAGNEY Virginia
MAYO Doris DAY, in
The West Point Story
IAMES ANDERSON CLEO MOORE
MART ANDERSON
rcrfwili IIWIS J IACHMI1
apa t- CiOIOi ttOMiNUurj
'f
HOLLYWOOD (NEA). Ro-
bert Ryan shouldn't have told
me that it's all humbuu, flim-
flam and gobbledygook about
Hollywood stars being a bunch
of average citizens who mow
their lawns, dawdle kiddles on
their knees and wake up every
morning singing, "I'm so whole-
some."
I haven't been so stunned
slnced told me -that Santa Claus
was really you-know-who.
"It's the bunk." growled Bob.
"Actor's aren't like other peo-
pie."
Here I had been thinking
that Vic Mature, Errol Flynn
and Frank Slnastra were ty-
pical Americans, as folksy as
Lum and Abner. as uncomplic-
ated and blueberryple normal
as Just Plain Bill and twice as
homespun as Abe Lincoln.
And that Lana Tamer, Ava
Gardner and Bettv Grable were
just 4-H (Iris at heart, with
a yen for running up chintz
drapes, whipping up cute a-
prons out of flour sacks and
reaching right under a cackling
hen for a warm egg.
Yes, you get to believing it
after the 810th press agent has
phoned to announce:
"I've got a great angle on
Gloria Olamorpants and Ronald
Strongjaws. They've given up
night clubs. Yes, indeedy. It's
interfering with Gloria's P. T.
A. meetings and Ronald's wood
carving.
"That Gloria's a real home-
body. She's rather make a
batch of gefuellte fish and can
her own chutney than sign an
autograph anytime."
Then you flip through the
fan magazines and see Pat
Neal mixing up batter, for
hush-puppies. Humphrey Bo-
gart disbudding his dahlias and
Liz Taylor finishing up a patch-
work quilt.
And it's all you can do to
restrain yourself from rushing
out to borrow a cup of sugar
and some freshly-churned but-
ter from Hedy I.amarr and her
new groom, Ted Stauffer.
Johnson wasn't letting his
illusions go smash without an
argument. .
Hadn't I read somewhere that
Bob Ryan was a regular all-
American boy with a taste for
seersucker. baseball games,
family picnics and church so-
cials?
And that he'd rather fix a
leaky pipe around the house qr
water petunias that play the
game of Expand-The-Chest
with Claire Trevor in those
eye-popping billboards for "The
Best of the Badmen?"
Bob yawned.
"Sure, I'm "a pretty quiet-
living guy." he said. "I've never
been worth a nickel when it
comes to dishing out the pro-
file boy stuff."
"They have to make lt up
THURSDAY
SIMULTANEOUSLY!
AT THE
BELLA VISTA and TROPICAL
THEATRES
F. EIGHT OF THE YEAR!
HlKBtKI J. 1AII) p'eiSnfl
THE SUPREME FIGHT SENSATION OF ALL TIME!
\U? SUGAR RAY ROBINSON
RON
RANDOLPH TURPIN
WOKLDS MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMNUNSHIr".
Held On July 10th At The Earl's Court Of London!
15 ROUNDS
BLOW BY BLOW!
" ALSO!"
NO CUTS!
AT THE
BELLA VISTA
AT THE
TROPICAL
The Idol of Millions!
In his first starring role!
VAUGHN MONROE
Radio and Record Favorite,
greater than ever, in Max
Brand's famous adventure
novel.. .1
"SINGING GUNS"
with ELLA RAINES
See and Hear
VAUGHN sing
'MULE TRAIN"
IN TRUECOLOR!
TROUBLE-SHOOTERS
IN ACTION!
Fighting for Uncle Sam
against a world empire!
LEW AYRES
ISABEL JEWEL, in
"THE
LEATHERNECKS
HAVE LANDED"
with JIMMY ELLISON
J. < \ It KOI. NAISH
POPULAR PRICES: .60 .30
for me. But that doesn't mean
that I'm normal and whole-
some and average. How could
I be and still be an actor?
Actors, my friends, art very
rare birds."
The Ryan plumage, be ad-
Mew CoiHrols Bill
Expected To Provoke
Presidential Blast
WASHINGTON, July 30 (UP)
The House is scheduled to
whip through the new Econo-
mic Controls Bill today and
end it to President Truman
for his reluctant signature be-
Un't h fwlt^ midnight tomorrow.
He's not pleading guilty a-
bout fan stories that start out.
Robert Ryan Is exactly like
the man next door," either.
"They come rushing over for
home layouts and photograph
me with my children," b
Whlft Mr. Truman is not ex-
pected to veto the measure, he
almost certainly will send a
blistering message to Congress
denouncing provisions relaxing
price, rent and, credit controls.
teheeI "And the'y'v,Tlot thff ne *dtttonal vowu which
1 Mr. Truman stands some chance
of getting is legislation to re-
before
store livestock slaughtering cuo-
tas to prevent meat black mar-
stories already written
they even see me."
Once in a while Bob frac-
tures a lass with pencil and ]Te<
paper by saying: I '
"Lav off the stuff about talk- Rp. Kenneth B. Keating, B.
lng to my neighbor over the N y announced thai lit wl
back fence or helping my wlte' t&e^ch*. wff ?
with the supper dishes. I'm an House today '
actor and I don't think like | joatlrnr aatri v.. w "aiiRfied
Ja h^Eak ?an? "8hU ^ "i/take ^was* min
and the makeup and the ap- b*nnlng slaughter quotas in the
plause. Id be miserable selling I .riin. nnt"..i. km .h r.-
or hanging
miserable selling pending controls bill, and prc-
vacuum cleaners *' -.~
dieted that "many thoroughly
sincere members" are now
ready to change their votes on
the lssu*.
wallpaper."
But in print It cornea out:
"Robert Ryanthe real Ro-
bert Ryanis a simple, down-
to-earth huu being who politic! observers Mvt that
taZdiJ? ^Lffn'l^t: u rlce ru* sharply if coming
lng insurance agent In the weeks. as stabilization officials
corner house. In fact, yon d fear that ^ty will under the
never knew that he was an new legislation, Mr. Truman
actor."
Bob winced and muttered,
"Blah. blah. blah, blah."
"Who wants to pay money at
the boxofflee to see actors who
are Just like everybody else?
The talk about Ida Lupino be-
ing a typical American girl kill
me. It's not true an dlt Isn't
good for Ida or Hollywood. Sure
actors have their moments as
regular people. But they're hot
regular people 24 hours around
the clock.
"An actor is all ego. From
the time he starts out, the
whole world is wrong. The av-
erage guy would fold up if
will seek to pin the blame di-
somebody told him he stank
at his job. Not an actor. He
says. 'Why that so-and-so. He
dtwsn't know a good thing
when he, sees it.' THIS la an
average guy?"
The Ryan face turned green-
ish as he said:
"Maybe I should tie a scarf
around fay neck and ride a-
round town with a Great Dane
in a lowilung car. But I like
to watch people and how could
I watch other peoole if they
were watching me?"
Ok
\^anal (clubhouses
anama
Showing Tonight -
WANNA RELAX??? BEAT THE HEATf OO TO THE MOVIES II
BALBOA
lr-CBal!llmt1
fiis 1:11
Lorette YOUNG Joaaph COTTEN
'Half Angel" (Technicolor)
TueeMr "CKY DANOKB'
DIABLO HTS.
:li l:M
LUabeth SCOTT Dennis OXETE
"THE COMPANY SHE KEEPS"
TauOr "EXnXIMEMT AI.CATA2"
COCOLI
:M 4:14
Danny KAYE Dinah SHORE
"UP IN ARMS"
Tussesj "VENGEANCE VALLEY"
GAMBOA
T:M
'Ranger from Cherokee Strip"
WUmmitr uMn. OfMslley Mi. Matease"
G A 7 U N
tm
(TucuUr)
"ISNT IT ROMANTIC
MARGARITA
CIS 7:U
Juiiflc ThrlUf... In color!
"SAVAGE SPLENDOR'
TaaaaUr "DOUBLE DEAL"
CRISTOBAL
Air-( ill'Mnrt
<:lt :U
Humphrey BOCART
"THE ENFORCER"
TiaoNUjr "BRIDE FOR SALE"
raftly on Congress for spurning
his recommendations.
It is considered possible, if
not likely, that in such an event,
Mr. Truman will take the issue
to the country in a speaking
tour.
Apparently anticipating such
a move bv the President, Re-
publicans were readying a coun-
terattack.
Sen. Bdward P. Martin. R..
P*., charged in a speech tran-
scribed for Pennsylvania radio
stations that the administra-
tion third to grab "unlimited
I
powers" over the nation's
nomy.
He said Mr. Truman's contra]
requests had to be pared dowl
by Congress or the adrrflhlstral
tion would have had "the ppwel
of life and death over any In 1
dustry that incurred their dlsJ
pleasure."
COULDNT TAKE IT
DEARBORN, Mich. (UP)-Clv.
Ulan defense workers scheduled i
mock atom-bomb attack on thl
Industrial city and prepared to.
fight the pretended havoc. They!
cancelled the test because lu
-CfNTAL.-
SWW.: ,:, ,S.f :7, 1^ l:l
Victor Maturt Tarry Mow*
William Bcndlx. In
"GAMBLING HOUSE"
- Alto: -
'TEA for TWO HUNDRED"
^^^Naj^linjvShorl^^^^
LUX THEATRE
mm
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~*TT"V'J
BohnYestebday
BELLA VISTA
'Maupua
Tiliw
MaterlM
Pack*!.*
liiiAr-^iQuirni
i
wo CECILIA THEATRE at
SHOW! S PJB.
PrMtnUUon of th Wtll-Known HypnotUw. Humorist and VomUiloquiit
PROFESSOR DILLMER"
On the Scr*n: Technicolor Musical Double I
"SUMMER STOCK"
Also;
"GROUNDS FOR MARRIAGE"
^jKUCNOS MARKIAI
TROPICAL
Diana Lynn Charles (Joburn
- in -
"PEGGY"
Fuiu^es^olteR^onrtdy^
Teteri
ENCANTO THEATRE
Mark Starana BbeUa Sin
- to -
"TARGET UNKNOWN*
Stephen MeNally. to

"WYOMING MAIL-
IN TECHNICOLOR I
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
OIlsMrt Roland Kaly Jurada
Robert Stack, la
"THE BULLFIGHTER
AND THE LADY"
- Mas: -
John Carrol. In
"SURRENDER"
TIVOLI THEATRE
Dick Powell, to
"CRY DANGER"
Danny Kaye, In
"UP IN ARMS" also:
"A YEAR IN KOREA",
VICTORIA THEATRE
remando remandes, ea
"AVENTURERA"
- and. -
"EL PECADO DE SER
POBKE" .

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
Complete Prbe-wtaouif Nanibers a the Ordinary Drawing No. 169, Sunday, July 29, 1951.
The whole ticket* have 4 pieces divided In two scries "A" VB" of 34 picota each.
First Prize Second Prize Third Prize 1 6480 64 9 7 40.7.4 8 $ $ 48,000.00 14,400.00 7,200.00
Nee Prises > ease m.m IM I44.M t!M 144 M eite I44.ee MS* 2 4M.ee 5M 144.M MM 144. M t7M 144 M M 144 M MM 144.M Nee. rriaas 1 I4M 144.M MM 144.M IIM I44.M IIM 144.M 14111 2.4M.M ISM 144.M 14S4 144.M IIM IM.M I4M 144.M ISM 144.M MM. PrlMe ( MM I44M 2IM 144M MM 144.M MM 144.M S4M 2.4M.M MM 144.M MM I44.M t)M 144.M MM 144.M MM 144.M Nee. filaos MM 144 M IIM I41.M ] 144.M MM 144.M MM I.4MM MM I44.M MM 144.M J7M IM.M MM I44.M 111 IM.M Nee. rriaea t 44M 1M.M 4IM I44.M 4M4 144.M MM 144.M MM 1.4M.M MM I44M 4M_ IM.M 4711 1M.M MM IM.M MM 1MM Neja rease 1 MM I44M IIM 144.M 5244 IM.M MM 144M MM 2.4M.M MM IM.M MM 144M S7M 1MM MM 1MM MM 144.N Nae. MM MM 1M.M IM 114.M MM 144.M MM 144.M 44M M.M4.M MM 1M.M MM IM.M MM 144.M MM 144.M MM IM.M Nva 7M* 7IM 7244 73M 74M 7M* 7M 7JM 7IM 7M raises 1 IM.M IM.M IM.M 144.M 2.444J M I44.M IM.M IM.M IM.M IM.M' Nee. rriaeje 1 MM 144.M HIM IM.M MM I44.M MM 144M MM 1.4M.M MM 144 M MM IM.M IM I44.M MM 144.M (HI 1M.M Nee. MM IM MM MM MM MM MM I7M MM MM rrbes 1 144.M 144.M 144.M 144.M .4M.M 144 M 144M 1MM 144M 144.M
ADoroiimatrons Derived Fw First Prize
i t (471 4M.M 4-1 4M.* 4471 4M.M 471 4M.m| 474 4SMH1I 4M.M > 77 4M.M 471 4M.M 1 M7* 4*4 M( 444! MM 4414 4441 MM | MM 4MM | MM I 4M.M M.M MM 417 MM MM MM MM 4M.M M.M
Approximations Derived From Second Hrbe
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| MM IM.M MM IM.M MM IM.M 1 MM IM.M MM IM.M MM IM.M MM IM.M MM IM.M Ml 1542 MM UM IM.M IM.M
Approximations Derived From Third Priie
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Prise-winnlnr, number of yesterday'! Lottery drftwln were old at: 1st in Coln, 2nd in Panam and 3rd
In Bocaa del Toro. .
The Nine Hundred whale tickets endinc in and not induced In the above Hit win Forty-Eight Dollars (4I.H) each.
The whole ticket have 4* pieces which comprise the two series A ana a
81gned by: HOMERO VELASQUEZ, Governor of the Province of Panam..
. MARIO H. CAL. Representative of the Ministry of Treasjiry.
WITNESSES:
___ ________'
Donaldo DavisCdula No. 47-4034
James ScottCdula No. 4-23411 .
JOSE GUILLERMO BATALLA.
Notary Public. Panam
PABLO A. PINEL
Secretary
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labor INewi
And
Comment
pq)irpa>iNT paht. hhwapeb
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How Long?
By MAURICE J. TOBIN
Secretary of Labor of the V. S.
(Victor Rtesel is on vacation.
Maurice J. Tobin, Secretary ol
Labor of the V. S., is substitut-
im lor him today at special
guest columnist.)
WASHINGTON I am inclin-
ed to Relieve that eran the read-
er of this labor column have
to be reminded from tima to
time that our American unions
carry on a substantial amount
of cultural, educational, and
purely humanitarian activities
which are in no way connected
with strlkea or problema of
wages, hours, and working con-
ditions.
Itifortunately, a ttrike or
a wage dispute is regarded
as news by our American
press and treated accord-
ingly, while the more, basic
union contributions to the
American way of life, and
labor's active participation
in the day-to-day problems
of our community life, are
generally by-passed Or com-
pletely ignored.'
We are i.pt to forget that
most American unions came in- i
to being a friendly societies.!
These were voluntary aasocla-
tlons of workers to provide aid'
and comfort to their sick fellow
members or to the widows and
children of their deceased com-
rades
Today, though the financial
aid may now Be provided by a
social security fund, in the es-1
tabllshment of which the union
played a leading role, or through
a special fund created by the
employer as a part of his col-
lective bargaining contract, the
humanitarian services of per-
sonally visiting the sick and
comforting the widows and
n honor high-school student who won a scholar- orpnans are stM.i an essential
hip But now she Intends to matriculate at the -Academy or obllgatlon faithfully carried out
Dramatic Arts sponsored by Helen Hayes. No one In her family has b m0Jt of QUr local umons
twlaimediat such things. She was born In Baltimore and her We are tlB0 apt to forget that
father was a sea-captain. more than a century ago it was
larrelv through the efforts of
our trade-union movement that
We established and solidified our
free public education system in
the United 8tates.
But the unions have never
ceased to be deeply concerned
with education, either for the
public at large, of which the
workers and their families are
an Integral part, or with special
types of education as Is repre-
sented by vocational training
or workers' education.
It is significant to note that
workers' education, though or-
iginally established by the
unions, as a special service to
their members, now extends
considerably beyond the scope of
immediate or strictly union
problems.
It noto c&ncrns itielf iolth
democratic procedures, with
training of leadership, not
only for the union but for
Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
IKACLE IN MANHATTAN
On* of thee* things which yeu ready about and don't believe.
on* of those things which you road about and dontbelieve
came off on E. 10th St., within a three-minute walk of Where this
is being typed. _
A girl, not yet 18, was walking from h*r hem* on th*
top floor of an old bou*, where ah* live with her grand-
mother and her blind anele, toward th* rlv*r, for a
breath of air. Suddenly a handaome car pulled up at the
curb and a well-dressed woman beckoned. The girl came
over, thinking the itranger wanted to ask for directlons.
Instead, the question, out of the blue, was: Would you
Ilk* to be a model?" Had the man who was at the wheel
been alone, she would have fled as fast as her slender
young legs could carry her. As it was, the answered
timidly. "Tve never thought, about it Do you mean
actually a model?"
Actually a model was right. The woman was Mrs. Melanle
Witt, the editor of Harper's Junior Bazaar The man with her
was Paul Radkal. famous commercial photographer. ine gin
was Usabeth Johnson, who in 1948 had won a preliminary prize
to the Sunday Mirror's Charming Child Contest, restricted to
amateurs.
Radkai and Mr*. Witt took her forthwith to his studio. She
was photographed from all angles and in various St-upa. The
toats got her a listing with the Ford Model Agency and her tot
pictures will be m an advertisement In the Bazaar's forthcoming
&ue ShTwas paid $25 an hour. The f^S9Stl&Se\k3m
limited future for her, with stage and screen and TV potentialities.
The remarkable functioning of fate, which turned the
child's whole Ufe Into new and fabulous channels on one
glance by Radical, came about because hi raw the
wrong street! He had Intended to drive down *** **
found it a one-way eastbound Passage, and th*r *"
was circling th. block wh.n he saw the, tall. sUm. auburn-
haired, hatless youngster strolling with two playmates.
......____________.............._.. i rAQSNINJ
^wiy WASHINGTON
MERRY-00-ROUND
y DRIW MARSON
The new and sudden twist has not turned her either dizzy_ or
delirious When I asked her whether she Intended to change her
22H0,L, -h? hat "Elizabeth"Taylor didn't change hers, i.-hy
name, she shot back,
sould I change mine?"
The old Mexican bagga~ge-check swindle h been revived and
is heine offered to a blue-ribbon sucker-list In the States. ine
tVMwftten come-on letter starts, "A person who toowiyauand
hne^kVn very highly about you has made me trust you in a very
tectomatte?' Trie "matter" Is a baggage-check supposed to
& in i suitcase' which can redeem a trunk which contains In a
Kent compartment$449 000 in currency. The writer Indicates he
"mataSTa personal my entire trust," in Mexico^Clty.lligtwn
d addressgiven as that of the go-between a request to this
desk wllrbrtos: it. I will not publish the data, because my ex-
Perten has been that a multitude of jaspers would plunge right
in and be takenI I did. _________ ,
SVtSof Kt5Wi et^h%^^rT^ |
^w^denicted misconduct between herself and Valen- th, community at large. In
'^^^ttrSUtoi* meretricious relationship"
be fore and after her marriage.____________________________------------
mis rou roKUM thi siamw own column
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Panama Amtncor.
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QUESTIONS ASKED
Colon.Rep.de Panama
Dear Mr. Editor:
Will you kindly permit me a
little of your valuable space to
ask openly what is behind Hector
Connor's constant harping, up to
this late date, on the point that
the Local Rate Workers of the
Panama Canal should have stuck
to Local 713 of the United Public
Workers, when everyone knows
that organization was declared
by the Department of State, the
Department of the Treasury, the
Department of Justice, by the
Congress of the United 8tates
anc" *he Convention of the CIO.
as i -eft Wing and subversive
unlou, whose operation here was
held to be detrimental to the In-
terests of the United 8tatea Gov-
ernment and the safety of the
Panama Canal?
In a recent issue of Atlntico,
a weekly published In this city,
the 5-page English section of
which is edited by Connor. I
chanced to see in a column head-
ed Dots and Dashes' by Delia
Connor, in which many referen-
ces were made to "Dads opinions"
and "Dad's beliefs," a paragraph
dealing with Oraham Lewis, a
much respected and veteran
fighter for the rights of the Sil-
ver and now Local Rate workers,
the following remark which I
feel to be very significant:
Dad has always Insisted that
Lewis should have won or lost at
the helm of Local 713..."
What Is behind tins Insistence
Of Connor that the Local Raters
could have received greater bene-
fits If they had remained with the
discarded and dead labor union,
which It was officially stated, was
run by and overrun by Commun-
ists?
What would Connor have us
do? Is he In the pay of the Left
Wing group that he must still
champion their cause even after
they have ceased to exist here?
Does he believe In his heart that
when the F.B.I, is putting out
the dragnet In the United 8tates
for the leader* of Communism,
and eleven of them have been
given prison sentences, that it
Africa Side Social Notes
By BOB RUARK
would be best for Oraham Lewis.
x man grown old and with an un-
olemlshed record in the govern-
ment service and all the Local
Rate workers of the Canal to
have remained connected to- an
open and avowed Communistic
union?
Is Connor spreading this dan-
gerous propaganda for nothing?
Or is he still up to the trick of
deceiving the people for his own
ends?
You will remember, Mr. Editor,
how bitterly this man carried on
a campaign of attack and abuse
on the Canal Administration in
favor of Local 713. and how he
got frightened and changed his
tune when the war in Korea
started and said we should all
now support the government?
Remember how he attacked the
CIO. and insulted its great
president. Phillip Murray?
Now that under a CI. union
we have so much Improved our
relations with the Canal Zone,
have received some valuable
gains In working conditions and
wages, so that the executive offi-
cers of Local 900 have expressed
satisfaction and have the prom-
ise of further substantial gains,
thl* mis-leader Is Insisting that
It would still be better If we had
"won or lost" with the Left Wing
group.
What does he want, to get
Graham Lewis In trouble? Does
he want the rest of us to lose our
gains and in the end be declared
enemies to the Canal where we
have labored and given our best
years and our life's blood? Would
he have us face certain loss of
job*, as happened to those who
stuck to the Partido del Pueblo,
and possible arrests and concen-
tration camps as our last reward?
Is that what Connor Is working
for. or U he still so obligated to
obey his master's voice that he
must keep on praising the dead
union to our detriment?
Isn't it ltme. sir. that we all
know Just what Connor is up to?
ThanklnR you for space. Mr.
Editor.
A wideawake Local Baler
fact, it deals with all prob-
lems of union and workers'
behavior as a part and par-
cel of the democratic pat-
tern, reflected in our com-
munity, state, and national
scene.
The work Involved In carry-
ing out workers' educational
programs Is no longer being
done by unions exclusively.
Many of our national univer-
sities and state and local col-
leges are now actively cooperat-
ing with the unions by provid-
ing institutes and classes for
workers, with the programs de-
veloped lolntly by members of
the faculty and union leaders,
and the teaching also carried
on as a Joint enterprise.
Unions are also actively co-
operating with the Department
of Labor and other agencies, on
the President's Committee for
the rehabilitation and employ-
ment of handicapped workers, as
thev are working Jointly with
State authorities In the field of
vocational guidance and ap-
prenticeship.
Space does not permit me to
describe or even mention In de-
tail the many social services
which a modern union renders
to the community through ac-
tive participation with other
segments of the rjopulatlon In
handling local problems on an
overall community basis.
These Include Institution care
of the aged and the disabled,
housing problems, hospital and
recreational facilities, credit
unions, and more particularly,
the work of the American Red
Cross and the Community Chest
program. Each of these, and
others not even cited, could well
be the subject of a separate
article.
There Is. however, one sig-
nificant service performed
bv American unions which I
deem it both my duty and
pleasure to emohasize to-
day. I refer to the crusade
of the American Labor
movement against Com-
munism, which extends from
the community level to the
State and the-nation, and
into the international field.
I should like oartlcularlv to
emphasize the wholehearted co-
operation of American trade
unions with the ECA program
and with the work nf the various
International social and econo-
mic agencies which are a part
of the United Nations
This U In addition to the
leadership provided bv the AFL
and CIO In establishing and
maintaining the International
Confederation of Free Trade
Unions as the agency
of International labor combat-
ting Communism the world over.
This Is in addition to the
(Copyright 1951 Post-Hull
i Syndicate, Inc.)
CAMP MTO-WA-MBU. Tanganyika. Despite
the occupational hazards of the country, such
as scorpions In the shoes and snakes in the bed,
plus the added risk of encountering a love-
maddened rhino on the way to the wash tent,
Africa Is the place for me.
Here the female of the human species still
has no social status whatsoever, no political im-
portance, and no rights before the local law.
8he is not called wife nor debutante. Mana-
moukl. or she-thing, is her name. Her only
function Is to breed extensively, minister to the
comfort of man, and work 18 hours a day In
order that the master may loll about in com-
fort, drinking beer and soaking up the sun.
Here wlVes are not a luxury, or a form of
madness, but a vital necessity.
The more wives, the more beer, because each
wife Is held responsible to provide the gruel-
like mixture in vast Quantities, at a hand's beck.
The more wives, the more Kaffir corn, the mor*
maize, the more work, the more kids.
Kids, especially female kids, are Important,
because you can sell a fat young daughter for
a nice price. Kids are social security.
I do not endorse the sale of humans, even in
holv matrimony, although I understand It is not
much different from the wav we barter for
tirldes with pretty presents and pensions to the
in-laws.
But I am enchanted with a place that still
regards man as an Important fellow, to be
coddled and cared for so that he may Improve
his mind with leisure and prevent the poisons
of fatigue from invading his frame.
If a man is fond of his wife in most tribes,
he makes her a present. The gift Is long. thin,
leather straps cut from eland hide. She coos
with delight, because these thongs will make it
easier for her to carry the short ton of fire-
wood she is expected to gather every day.
If a wife misbehaves, her husband beats her
up a little, and does not get hauled off to court
to explain whv.
If he doesn't like her. if she's lazy and quar-
relsome, he .tyist kicks her out and tries to get
. .
his money back from her old man.
If she persists In running away, her papa Is
morally responsible to refund at least a portion
of the fee.
There is not too much complication In plural
marriages. The girls generally have a hut of
their own and a garden of their own.
The husband calls around on each, separately,
and attempts to divide his valuable time more
or less equally.
My friend, Klbirltl, the lion tracker from Iko-
ma, claims he splits his, time between his four
brides, but I think he's cheating. His last pur-
chase Is young and quite pretty, and I've a
hunch he's handing th* elder ladles the brush.
Apart from the members of my own safari,
I've not seen half a dozen male Africans In the
villages doing what might be termed work.
The dames struggle by, laden with child and
burdens, but Papa squats on his hams and
palavers with the other stags, or leans on his
spear and sleeps standing.
One of the chief male occupations Is sleep-
ing, and the boys are very adept at it. He quits
his nap for two main reatons to eat or drink
beer, after which he sleeps again.
Of course, you cannot count hunting as work,
but your bugh boy Is not too carried away by
the idea of sport. He will tote his spear or his
bow or his ancient blunderbuss more or less as
a blind, so that he can at least say he's hunt-
ing when a snooze Is really what he has In
mind.
It is not terrlblv expensive to surround your-
self with wives and luxury. In hard times a fat
young maid Is purchasable for as little as 15
shillings.
Even with momentary inflation, a healthy,
hard-working woman can be acquired In Tan-
ganyika for four or five pounds.
I tell vou. this Africa is strictly a man's coun-
try. I may set up shop here permanently, and
If Mama Is very good, I will buy her some of
those carrying straps. She looks sort of silly
lugging my trunk around on her head.
Drew Pearson says: Truman faux pas almost costs Defens*
Mobilizer; Forgetful President assigns two men same
job; Wilson and Foley share flood-control duties.
WASHINGTON.For about two days last week President
Truman was on the varf* of losing his Defense Mobilizer,
Charlea S. Wilson, who, whether you like him or not, has done
a masterful Job of speeding up production.
Th* crisis over Wilson cam* about as a result of the
Kansas-Missouri flood, and an fTBit^t boner pulled by the
White House.
What happened waa that Wilson had urged the President
to survey the flood area; than, on the Insistence of Mr. Tru-
man, Wilson also went along. The Defense Mobilizer argued
that he waa busy In Washington with 101 different things,
but finally acceded to the President's wishes.
On the trip, the President made several statements to
Kansas and Missouri crowds that he was giving his Chief
Mobilizer, Charles E. Wilson, the man who knew more about
production than anyone else In the U.8.A., the Job of getting -
the flood areas back on their feet, and on the plane en route
to Washington, the President also emphasized to Wilson that '
he was to be entrusted with this Important extra work.
One thing that impressed both Wilson and the President
on the trip was the effect of the flood on national defense..
For Instance, th* new channel which the flosd cut through
the Kansas City freight yards caught 8.000 boxcars, 5,000 of
them loaded. Likewise, Kansas City's cattle pens, where a large
segment of the nation's cattle go to market, had been washed
away. So the President, talking to Wilson on the plane, told
him to shoot the works.
TRUMAN GOES TO BED
Then, being a little tired from the long day and having
enjoyed Kansas City's traditional liquid hospitalitydu no
doubt to the water shortagethe President went forward la
the plane and went to bed.
Wilson, however, sat up until 1:30, when the plane landed, '
going over flood rehabilitation plans with his chief assistant,
Alfred Howes, whose home Is In Wichita, Kansas, and who Is
thoroughly familiar with that area
Next morning, following out his Presidential Instruction,
Wilson called a meeting of all cooperating mobilization agencies.
He called It for 9 a.m.. despite the fact that he hadn't landed
until 1:30 and had to scramble for a car at the airport, while
Oen. Lewis Pick and the top brass went off in limousines.
At the 9 a.m. meeting, Wilson explained the seriousness of -
the flood problem, said that the President had placed him in j
charge and started a three-hour survey of what the Federal
government could do.
One by one he went round the table, assigning each man
a part of the Job, discussing priorities for lumber, steel, rail- '
road cars, how sufficient tractors, combines, and farm machin-
ery could replace those lost in the flood without disturbing'
the defense effort. Wilson even went into the fact that farm-
machinery must be produced not piecemeal, but on an as i
sembly-llne basis, In order to save time and effort.

Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
THE PERILS OF PAULINE
WASHINGTONAs these words are written,
the outlook again seems hopeful for a cease-
fire in Korea. It would be foolish to go much
further than this in trying to predict the fu-
It does seem worthwhile, however, to point
out a rather mator fact about the recent past
which has gone oddly unnoticed, although it
ought to have been lust about as noticeable as
a rogue elephant in a drawing room.
In plain language, during the few days when
the Kaesong talks were interrupted, the danger
of the Immediate outbreak of a third great war
hung over the whole world like a very visible
dark cloud. .
People cheerfully followed their summertime
pursuits. They talked of anything but the dan-
ger hanging over them. But the war danger
was plainly there all the same.
The facts, indeed, speak for themselves. The
American government was firmly determined
not to throw away our Korean victory by ac-
ceding to the Communist demand for Immediate
withdrawal of troops. .
The Communist leaders. Including the leaders
In Moscow, said there could be no ceasefire
until troop withdrawal had been .agreed tp.
Thev appeared firm: and their attitude was
token so seriously In the highest American cir-
cles that Secretary of 8tate Dean O. Acneson
and Secretary of Defense George C. Marshall
both Issued the sternest warnings, lust before
the Communists Indicated they might compro-
mise the Issue after all. ....
Until the compromise offer, moreover, at least
a strong minority of the American policy mak-
ers actually suspected that the Kaesong talks
were turning out to be a Communist trap. In-
tended to soften up our troops In Korea for a
major Chinese and North Korean offensive.
The arguments for this view were indisputably
logical.
Long before the Malik radio overture, the
Chinese and North Koreans began the most Im-
portant of all their successive build-ups of
strength on the ground. This build-up has gone
forward continuously, until a most massive force
has now been assembled.
Altogether, the enemy Is now believed to have
over 300.000 troops on the line In Korea: the
same number or more in reserve: a powerful
air force of over a thousand Jet fighter-bombers
in Manchuria; substantial increments of artil-
lery: and an important, entirely new armored
force variously estimated from 200 to 600 tanks.
Even although Gen. Rldgway's UN. armies
now hold the Iron Triangle, this greatly
strengthened enemy force constituted (and In-
deed still constltute8> a most serious threat, es-
pecially after the relaxation of effort and vigi-
lance resulting from the opening of truce talks.
The Kremlin and Peking were clearly hoping
to win the prize of general troop withdrawal
from Korea in peaceful discussion at Kaesong.
Falling this, however, It was also clear that
they might be intending to fight for the prize
If need be. And It was wholly logical to expect
that this time, the large Communist air force
In Manchuria, would be thrown fully Into the
fight: and that American reprisals against the
Manchurlan air bases would thus become un-
avoidable.
These facts In turn constituted the danger of
Immediate war already referred to. No policy
maker In Washington, any more than In Lon-
don, supposes that the Korean fighting can be
contained anywhere, once It starts to spread at
ail.
In short, until the compromise offer, the se-
nuer.ee of events that would lead to a third
World War was all too easy to Imagine.
Even so. these facts were less meaningful
than the light-hearted In attention to this war
danger, even during the few doubtful days when
the Issue hung publicly In the balance.
This cheerful complacency. In America and
elsewhere, in turn shows the extreme shrewd-
ness of the new Soviet Une that began with the
move to end the Korean fighting.
As the experts now unanimously agree, the
new Soviet line Is to lull the Western powers to
sleep, and to halt Western rearmament by Judi-
ciously administered doses of sweet reasonable-
ness.
If whole nations can be dozy.when the war
danger is Immediate, they are certainly likely
to slumber when all seems peaceful. And then
will come the time for the sleepers to be cheaply
and safely destroyed.
The trouble Is that world politics are getting
to be too much like the "Perils of Pauline."
When Pauline has been snatched from the rail-
road tracks, from the very Jaws of the onrush-
lng locomotive, for eighteen times hand-run-
ning, vou stop believing in the tram, and the
tracks, and even Pauline herself.
But tracks, train and Pauline are all absolute-
ly real, none the less, and if the Marines do
not bestir themselves the nineteenth time. Pau-
line, who in this Instance Is both world peace
and world freedom, Is going to be pretty deci-
sively mangled.
On the other hand, the good aspect of recent
events Is the proof that If the Marines keep on
their toes. Pauline can be saved.
(Copyright, 1951, New Tork Herald Tribune Inc.)
' ONE ABSENTEE
-.I
However, there was one empty seat at the long table of" '
about 30 government officials. This was the chair of Raymond 1
Foley, In charge of Defense Housing.
About noon, Mr. Foley came In. his hair slightly awry, ob *
viously rushed.
"Excuse mv lateness," he explained, "but I was called to
the White House and detained there."
"That's all right, said Wilson, "we'll call on you next."
Then Foley, not knowing what the meeting had been discus-
sing, proceeded to announce that the President had called hlnjL.u
In to give him the job of rehabilitating the flood-stricken' -
areas.
Complete silence fell on the room. Wilson turned white, .
looked down at his papers, pretended to shuffle them.
Still not sensing what had happened, Foley proceeded to !
outline his own plans for the flooded areas and to say that
he would call on this man and that for help.
The silence continued. Wilson did not say a word. Finally,
as Foley concluded, he announced: "The meeting Is adjourned. ,-*
WJlson still did not challenge Foley, even after the meet- d
lng broke up. but his assistant, Howes, did. He pulled Foley
aside, told him what had happened. Foley looked Just as sur-
prised as Wilson. ,
He had been away on a two-week vacation,'was suddenly,
called to the White House and placed In charge of flood re-
habilitation. That was all he knew. Apparently the President
had forgotten his conversation with Wilson the night before.
He only remembered that/ a month before he had put Foley In
charge of disaster relief.
While Foley and Howes were talking, Director of the Bud-
get Frederick Lawton telephoned. He had been at the meeting,
was flabbergasted at what had happened, and wanted to see
Wilson to straighten things out.
At first Wilson, furious, wouldn't see him. For two days ho
refusedtwo days during which Lawton and Howes finally
straightened things out. They drafted a letter which the Pre-
sident signed, directing Wilson to take over all flood problems
on a national scale and asking him to work with Foley on
matters pertaining to the local and municipal level.,
Foley, Incidentally, went out of his way to cooperate, and.
In the end. so did Wilson.
The story Is stranger than fiction. But Washington Is a
strange place, and In this case, Uke fiction, things have now
been patched up and subordinates are working well together
on flood rehabilitation.
(Copyright, 1051, 3y The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
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PANAMA. It. P.. LUNES, JULIO SI, 1951
CINCO CENTESroo*
Renunci el Ministro de Hacienda y Tesoro
El Presidente considera como
un menosprecio a la gesta de
Ma yoinvitacindelRenovador

El Presidente de 1 Repblica, don Alcibades Arosemena, en-
treg esta maana a la prensa el siguiente comunicado en el
qne le solicita al titular de la Cartera de Hacienda y Tesoro,
don Vctor Navas, la renuncia de su alto cargo.
"En vista de que la invitacin extendida por el Renovador a
Don Francisco Jos Linares para que haga, representar a su par-
tido en los actos que en memoria de Don Francisco Arias Pare-
des (q.e.p.d.) se verificarn hey, constituye un menosprecio a la
gesta de Mayo, me he visto en la penosa necesidad de solicitar-
le al representante del Renovador en el Gabinete surenuncia-
"Al Invitar al Renovador a colaborar con mi Gobierno lo n ce
en la seguridad de que estaba plenamente identificado con los
postulados de la jornada de Mayo y de que seria '"*'*' en
su propsito de mantener la armona de la familia panamea.
Todava no he escogido a la persona que suceder a don
Vctor Navas en el Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro ^fon-
dones de esta dependencia sern adscritas al Ministro do Previ-
sin Social". ______
A continuacin publicamos el texto de la renuncia del Minis-
tro de Hacienda v Tesoro, don Victor Navas:
Panama. O de Julio de 1951.
Excelentsimo Seor Alclbades Arosemena,
Presidente de la Repblica.
E. S. D.
Seor Presidente: /_
Por .motivos que son conocidos de usted, motivos de orden
Eoltico, vengo a presentarle por este medlo^ renuncia lrrewct-
le del cargo de Ministro de Estado, en la Cartera de Hacienda j
t Tesoro, para el cual tuvo usted la bondad de designarme al .
ascender a la Primera Magistratura en el mes de Mayo. En esta
oportunidad quiero expresarle m reconocimiento P*"8' por '
escogencia y por las atenciones de que me hito objeto durante
el tiempo en que fui su colaborador inmediato.
Denese aceptar, Seor Presidente, las seguridades de mi in-
variable estimad*. (__o^ VICT0R NAVAS.
Llegan maana a
Coln nufragos
del "Bad Penny"
MIAMI. Julio 36 (UP)La
tripulacin de seis hombres
de la nave Colombiana "Bad
Penny" fu rescatada 350 ki-
lmetros del puerto ms cer-
cano, en medio del Mar Cari-
be por el buque-tanque de 1
Standar Oil Co. 'Manhattan".
El "Manhattan" recogi al
grupo anoche y se dirige ha-
cia el puerto de Coln en Pa-
nam.
El 'Bad Penny" sali de
Miami el 7 de Jallo rumbo
rat* 4 is oar ma l> roiup'naH)
Tambin venci en
Chiriqu el M. P. U.
Informes procedentes de Chl-
rlqui anuncian que el Magisterio
Panameo Unido, tambin se
Impuso en la Provincia de Chl-
rlqu. donde la lucha fu(v.ardua:
las cifras de los doce distritos
arrojan d siguiente cmputo:
El Cnsul de Panam en Hong
Kong no ha expedido zarpes
para los puertos comunistas
El nuevo Cnsul Mario Guillen declara que los bar-
cos que han violado el bloqueo quizs lo han
hecho desde el Japn : Cbfe
Raquel Cohen
Elida Wong
Ruby de Osplna
Andrs Cantillo
Beatriz Rodriguez
Miguel Alzpra
Suplentes
Amalla de Chlarl
Ercilla O. Montitla
Olivia Lay
Marquesa de Ospina
Alejandro Arroyo
Joaqun Perelra
237
274
200
17
131
284
218
202
213
146
150
155
HONG KONG, Julio 30 (U**)
Los violadores del* bloqueo
contra la China Comunista han
Sirido grandes prdidas al ta
lar de comerciar con los pueiics
comunistas, pero parece que M
ganancias son lo suflcienteni.'n
e grandes cmo para Justli/ar
1 riesgo.
Seis barcos han sido deteni-
dos o perdidas sus cargas en los
dos ltimos meses, y otros ..eis
lian perdido sus patentes. -'_
nuevo Cnsul General de Pana-
m en Hong Kong, Mario Ga-
llen, dijo que el Consulado e
ilong Kong no ha expedido .'Ji
*n arpe para puertos convi-
nistas sde 1949 y que cual-
quier barco que haya violado el
loqueo lo ha hecho desde olro
puerto, probablemente desde Ja-
pn o Corea.. El Cnsul Guillen
a J virti que cualquier barco pa-
nameo que viole el bloqueo y.r
acra su patente.
Tres barcos panameos, el
Barataba", "Roc' y "Vulture'
e encuentran todava detenidos
i,n Formosa despus de ha'ucr
sido apresados en la costa Chi-
na- Otro barco, el 'Bust' tu
hundido por piratas y otros d-j.
(Pnm la Par Col 41
Los nacionalistas
chinos avanzan en
la frontera Burma
HONG KONG. Julio 30 (UP)
Se ha informado que los co-
munistas han enviado fuerzas
especiales a la frontara de Bur-
ma para tratar de contener a
los guerrilleros nacionalistas
que han logrado penetrar hasta
diez millas en territorio comu-
nista.
La agencia noticiosa comu-
nista confirm los informes de
que los nacionalistas haban
logrado penetrar en territorio
comunista en fuerza de unos
cinco mil hombres bajo el man-
do del General Lee Mee.
La agencia admiti que las
guerrillas nacionalistas son tan
fuertes que los rojos se han
visto obligados a enviar a su
"batalln de hierro y acero"
para tratar de contener a los
guerrilleros. Este batalln se
distingui en la guerra civil.
Wiley firma su primer Convepio
La anterior fotografa nos muestra el momento en que se llevaba a cabo la firma del acuerdo
ntr* la Repblica de Panam v los Estados Unidos relacionado con el fomento de la agricul-
tor, en nuestra Repblica. De izquierda a derecha: S.E. el Embajador John C. Wiley; el Agre-
,do Econmico de la Embajada de Estados Unidos. 8r. Louis C. Nolan; el Director del Proto-
col del Ministerio de RR. EE.. Don Camilo Levy Salcedo; el Ministre de Relaciones Exterio-
res Lie Ignacio Molino Jr., y el Ministre de Agricultura, Ing. David Samudlo.________________
El Ingeniero David Samudio,
vor del bienestar econmico y
social de Jos pueblos libres.
El programa de accin con-
venido es de amplio alcance, no
solo porque estriba en el ms
autntico y perdurable fUn de
la riqueza nacional, cual es el
de los recurso* agrcolas, sino
tambin porque enfoca el pro-
blema desde los tres ngulos In-
dispensables para su completa
y afectiva solucin, a saber: la clon profesional, cooperarn los
experimentacin cientfica, la tcnicos panameos que sean
Instruccin docente y la exten- necesarios. Se espera de tal ma-
sin informativa. era conseguir integracin. so-
Goza adems el proyecto de! lidez y continuidad en el cum-
un .singular inters, pues pon- plimiento de la tarea,
dr en prctica por primera! En el propio convenio que
de lo mucho que puede lograr vez en el campo internacional I acaba de firmarse queda esta-
la cordialidad entre naciones una nueva tctica de. coopera- blecido que, en cuanto a Pa-
lta espritu democrtico en a- ojn tcnica para el avance de; rasa a la Pg. Cst )
Esta tarde ser la peregrinacin
a la tumba de Francisco Arias P.
a la
Esta tarde se llevar a cabo la peregrinacin _
tumba de don Francisco Arias Paredes, una de tas figu-
ras sobresalientes d nuestro mundo politico, quien fa-
lleci en Medellin hace cinco aos, como consecuencia de
un ataque cardiaco. ...
Dan Francisco Arias Paredes, sent ctedra en. la Po-
ltica panamea, de caballerosidad y honradez. Sus ac-
tuaciones prstinas y sus gestee hidalgos, calaran muy
hondo en la ciudadana panamea, que lo califico eon el
mote de "El caballero de la Poltica".
La manifestacin de esta tarde se espera que sea un
reconocimiento a sus virtudes ciudadanas ya vida
ejemplar.
El Parlamento de Grecia ue
disuelto y el Rey convoc a
elecciones para Septiembre
La disolucin fue provocada por las peleas entre los
dirigentes de loe partidos polticos a merced de
los cuales estaba el Gobierno
Los Industriales
eligen directiva
hoy en la tarde
Esta tarde a tas cinco se rei-
nen en el local del Sindicato de
Industriales de Panam, los
miembros de esa organizacin
con el objeto de elegir la nue-
va directiva que ha de regir i-is
.cstlnos del Sindicato durante
lI prximo periodo.
En estas elecciones sern ele-
gidos, el Presidente, el Prlmci y
Segundo Vicepresidentes el Te-
rrero, y el Secretario General.
La eleccin de estos cargos se
har en forma Indirecta. ??!-
.eramente se escogern los re-
picsentantes del sindicato de
las diferentes actividades indus-
triales, quienes a su vez elegl-
rn la Directiva.
Los seores Rogelio Rodrigue.,
Louis Martlnz, B. Mario Arose-
mena, Victor M. Tejeira y Car-
lot G. Miller son tas personas
que ae mencionan para ocupar
el cargo de Presidente del Sin-
dicato de Industriales de I'a-
nam.
Expide comunicado
Gobierno y Justicia
El Ministro de Gobierno y Jus
tlcla, doctor Miguel Angel Ordo-
nez, hizo esta maana las si-
guientes declaraciones en rela-
cin eon un paro de 24 horas
proyectado por el Comit Na-
cional contra el Alto Costo de
la Vida, que se proyecta para
maana.
"En relacin con rumores re-
lativos a cierre forzado de es-
tablecimientos com erciales y
paro de vehculos que se dedl-
, can a la movilizacin colectiva,
>el Ministro de Gobierno y Jus-
ticia manifiesta que sern per-
I manentemente protegidos I o *
comkgctante* y dueos de ve-
hculos que quieran operar nor-
malmente. Esta medida tiene
base en la Constitucin y leyes
de la Repblica que garantizan
plenamente la libertad de tra-
bajo y comercio".
ATENAS, Julio 30 (UP)El
Rey Paul disolvi el Parlamen-
to y convoc a elecciones gene-
rales para el 9 de Septiembre.
La disolucin del Parlamen-
to fu provocada por la ame-
naza de huelgas en la mayora
de las industrias, mientras que
varios dirigentes de partidos se
peleaban entre ellos y Estados
Unidos buscaba una solucin
estable de la situacin poltica
de Greda en la esperanza de
que este pas ocupe su lugar
en la defensa de Europa.
Grecia celebr sus elecciones
generales en Marzo de 1950 y el
Parlamento fu electo hasta
1954. Sin embargo, ninguno de
los partidos polticos obtuvo ni
la cuarta parte de las 250 cu-
rules y las rias entre los diri-
gentes de los partidos polticos
impedia que stos formaran
una coalicin.
A Sfocles Venizelos, cuyo Par-
tido Liberal obtuvo 54 curulea
y Papandreous George, cuya
Partido social Demcrata obtu-
vo 35 curules, se les "permiti"
formar un Gobierno, pero ste
se encontraba a merced de los
dems partidos.
Hace hincapi en un frente
democrtico Don Samuel G.
Lewis G. vocero del "PNR"
Ministro de Agricultura, Comer-
cio e Industrias, pronunci esta
maana el siguiente discurso
en el acto de la firma del A-
cuerdo entre la Repblica de
Panam y los Estados Unidos
relacionado con el fomento de
la agricultura.
El acuerdo sobre asistencia
tcnica para el fomento y des-
arrollo agropecuario, que en es-
ta fecha han firmado el Can-
ciller Molino y el Embajador
Wiley, como representantes de
lso Gobiernos de 1st Repblica
de Panam y de los Estados
Unidos de Amrica, respectiva-
mente, es patente demostracin
la agricultura. La Misin Agr-
cola prxima a venir al pas
en virtud de este acuerdo, es-
tar constituida por un grupo
de expertos que laborarn con-
certada y consistentemente, ba-
jo la inspiracin y guia de una
entidad norteamericana de n-
dole semejante a la que ellos
han de regentar en Panam. A
su lado y en estrecha asocia
Celebra Israel
elecciones para
parlamentarios
TEL AVIV, Julio 30 (UP)
Ms de la mitad de la pobla-
cin de Israel comenz a votar
a tas seis de la maana para
elegir al nuevo Parlamento. Es-
tas sern las segundas eleccio-
nes desde que se fund el Esta-
do de Israel.
Aproximadamente unos 900
mil de los 1,400,000 habitantes
de Israel son elegibles para vo-
tar por las 17 listas de candida-
tos que varan desde los comu-
nistas hasta la extrema dere-
cha. Ms de mil candidatos se
estn disputando 120 curules
parlamentarias.
Se espera que la votacin se
lleve a cabo en orden, aunque
10 personas resultaron heridas
en choques rpe-elecciones entre
los Izquierdistas del Mapam"
y los derechistas d "Herut".
El dia de hoy ha sido declara-
bas a la Pag. t, coi. a>
A continuacin publicamos el
discurso pronunciado por ti Samuel Guillermo Lewis G. en
presentacin del Partido Na-
cional Revolucionarlo en la
Convencin del .PR I, celebrada
ayer domingo en esta ciudad.
Seor Presidente de la Con-
vencin del Partido Revoluc.o-
nario independiente.
Seor Ing- Norberto Navarro.
Convencionales todos:
Es para mi motivo de gran
satisfaccin traeros un cordial
saludo del Partido Nacional Re-
volucionario, en momentos en
que os hallis estructurando Us
bases de un Partido Joven, vigo-
roso, inspirado en la ms sana
ideologa democrtica y empe-
ado en laborar por el engran-
decimiento de la Repblica.
El Partido Nacional Revotado
narlo ha expresado reiteradas
veces, por medio de comunicado
expedido por el Directorio Na-
cional y luego a travs de voce-
ro autorizado en reciente con-
centracin poltica efectuada en
Santiago de Veraguas, la nece-
sidad urgente de formar un mo-
lido Frente Democrtico. Comi-
dero, seores, que la rrasln es
propicia para hacer hincapi u-
(Pasa a la Pat Col. 1>

El titular de la cartera Don
V. Navas entreg esta mna.
su dimisin al Sr. Presidente

Con la renuncia del Ministro de Hacienda y Tesoro,
don Vctor Navas culmin a medioda de hoy la agita-
cin que provoc la invitacin hecha por el Partido Reno-
vador a don Francisco Jos Linares como Presidente del
Partido Revolucionario Autntico, para asistir a la pere-
grinacin a la tumba de don Francisco Arias Paredes
(q.e.p.d.)
Anoche se reunieron los Ministros de Estado en la
residencia del Presidente y se acord posponer la reunin
para dar tiempo al Presidente que solicitara la renuncia
al seor Navas.
Por otra parte, altos miembros del Partido Renovador
declararon a un representante de este diario en las pri-
meras horas de la moona, que ellos conceptuaban el
hecho como una "tempestad en un vaso de agua", porque-
la peregrinacin de esta tarde era considerada por el par-
tido como un acto cvico y nacional y que el Partido haba
enviado invitaciones tanto al seor Linares como al Ing.
J. R. Guizado, porque no era a ellos a quienes concerna
decidir quines eran los representantes legales del P.R.A.
El Ministro Navas lleg a la Presidencia de la Rep-
blica a las once y media de la maana y despus de media
hora de conferencia con el Presidente Arosemena aban-
don el Palacio. Minutos despus el Jefe del Estado hizo las
declaraciones que aparecen en otro seccin de esta pgina.
La bala que caus l muerte
de Jeremas Alberda perfore
arteria de su muslo derecho
El detective Tom. (Bolo) Royal declar haber he-
cho el disparo en legtima defensa cuando Alber-
da ae encontraba en actitud sospechosa
Unas agrupaciones
no cooperarn con
un paro de 24 hrs.
Un Comit formado contra al
alto costo de la vida y el desem
pleo h anunciado para maa-
na como protesta un paro de 24
horas, a este paro se ha adht-
rlo la Federacin de Estudian-
tes y otras agrupaciones. Se sa-
c que muchas organizaciones
(|..r integraban este comit han
anunciado no continuar pres-
tando su cooperacin a los or-
ganizadores de esta campaa
contra el alto costo de la vWa.
Hoy fu recibido por el Fis-
cal Segundo del Segundo Tri-
bunal, Lie. Carlos A. Lpez, el
certificado mdico-legal de la
muerte del Joven Jeramas Al-
berda de Len, ultimado de un
balazo por el detective de la
Polica Secreta Nacional, Toms
(Bolo) Royal quien segn de-
claraciones de varios testigos
se encontraba en actitud sospe-
chosa en tempranas horas de
la maana.
El certificado firmado por el
mdico Forense. Dr. Luis B.
Casco Diaz presenta como cau-
sa de la muerte "una hemorra-
gia brusca masiva" causada
por 'herida perforante de pro-
yectil de arma de fuego en el
tercio superior del muslo dere-
cho, a nivel del tringulo de
scarpa con seccin total en la
arteria y vena femoral profun-
Proyectil sigui trayecto ha
cia atrs y hacia afuera per-
forando los msculos de la re-
gln posterior hasta su salida
en la piel en la cara poaterola-
teral derecha.
Cuba cambi a su
delegado ante las
Naciones Unidas
LA HABANA, Julio W (UP>.
El Ministro de Estado Mi-
guel Surez, anunci el nom-
bramiento del doctor Ernesto
Dihigo, ex-Mlnlstro de Estado,
como Embajador y delegado
(Paaa a la Pg. fc. col. >
Tcticas dilatorias usan
lo* comunistas en Corea
m
Sostienen que el "Impasse"
slo puede ser roto por el
retiro de fuerzas de la ONU
Alfonso Villarreal fu
muerto en Chumical
por Jeremas Rosas
BASE DE AVANZADA. Corea.
Julio 3 (UP) Los negociado-
res del cese de fuego termina-
ron su 1<. y mas targa rcu-
iiK.ii sin haber solucionado la
cuestin de la sona neutral. La
15a. reunin ha sido coavoca-
Estudiase un plan
para dar anteojos
a los asegurados
De acuerdo con Informes da-
dos a "El Panam Amrica"
en la Gerencia del Seguro So-
cial, el Gerente Manuel Sola P.
tiene el propsito de restable-
cer el servicio de anteojos a
los asegurados de la Caja.
El Gerente Solis dijo que
est confeccionando un plan
para restablecer ese servicio y
que dicho plan ser presen-
tado a la Junta Directiva de
la Cala para su consideracin
y estudio.
Hasta tanto la directiva no
decida sobre este particular,
no podr re cionado servicio
da para maana martes las
11 am. ( de la noche de hoy,
hora local) a fin de tratar de
romper el "impasse" de cuatro
das provocado por el segundo
punto de la agenda.
La 14a. reunin dur tres ho-
ras y echo minutos y no hubo
ningn receso. Ambas delega-
ciones dijeron claramente du-
rante la reunin que las hosti-
lidades continuaran mien ti as
duren las negociaciones. Esta
noticia ha refutado los rumorea
de que sera posible arreglar
una especie de cese de fuego no
oficial anta* de que se arregla-
tan todos los detalles de armis-
ticio.
II Jefe d* la delegacin co-
munista, General Nam II, se
mantuve firme en que la xana
neutral deba ser establecida a
lo targe del Parlelo 38, seis mi-
llas a ambos lados del Paralelo
Esto obligara a les aliados a
retirarse de *us actuales posi-
ciones a Se millas dentro de te-
rritorio comunista en les frcntis
r-ntrl y oriental.
El Vke- Almirante C. Turnr
Jo, Jefe rV la delegacin de las
Naciones Unidas sostiene que la
(Paaa a la Pg. Col. 4)
unnju,
lu.jl
.1
Segn noticias llegadas de Fl
Chumical, Distrito de Montijo",
en la Provincia de Veraguas,
seor Alfonso Vlllarreal
muerto de una pualada
pecho por Jeremas Rosas, a;n-
uos campesinos de esa loca-
lidad.
De acuerdo con informes te-
legrficos llegados a la Procu-
laduria General de la Nacin, el
pcisonero Municipal del distrito
t,e Montijo adelanta las Inves-
tigaciones y la instruccin de las
sumarias correspondientes, mien
tras que el acusado Jeremrn
Rosas se encuentra en la C.tel
Fjbllca de Montijo.
Fructfera batida
de maleantes hizo
la Secreta anoche
Una batida dada el sbado tn
la noche por la Polica Secreta
ce Coln a una casa de Juegos
que operaba en esa ciudad co-
dujo 24 detenidos segn verdi-
nes dadas la prensa po- el UI-
rector de esa institucin
La Polica Secreta allan la
casa No. 21218 en la Aver.-ji
Central de Coln, eneontrandi
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ESTADO
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' En diversas ocasiones "El Panam-Amrica"
ha comentado editorialmente la necesidad de que,
en nuestro pas, se designen tcnicos en todas aque-
llas dependencias del Estado cuya naturaleza de-
mande una orientacin y un funcionamiento cient-
fico.
En relacin al asunto hemos aducido mltiples
argumentos para respaldar la tesis de que es in-
dispensable abolir el criterio emprico en los ms
caracterizados ramos de la Administracin Pbli-
ca. Y es conveniente que se tenga en cuenta que
no hay uno solo de los Despachos del rgano Eje-
cutivo que no necesite los recursos saludables de
la tcnica.
No obstante que todos, repetimos, requieren
un funcionamiento cientfico, es indiscutible que,
dentro de esa realidad, es ms apremiante el caso
de los organismos vinculados a la vida fiscal y
econmica de la Repblica. El desarrollo que',ya
ha adquirido Panam no permite que este impor-
tante ramo de la Administracin Nacional marche
a ciegas, sin ^innovaciones sustanciales y,' por con-
siguiente con .procedimientos anacrnicos. De ma-
nera que si se insiste en mantener alejados de los
problemas aludidos a los que, con los elementos de
la ciencia pueden solucionarlos, el pas se ver ca-
da da en situacin ms difcil y complicada.
Los altos dirigentes del gobierno y de los par-
tidos polticos deben comprender esta necesidad de
eliminar los Viejos conceptos de que los cargos p-
blicos slo son para los allegados, con prescinden-
cia absoluta de razones de otro orden, como por
ejemplo, las de ndole tcnica. Desafortunadamen-
te esa mentalidad es la que ha imperado aqu, sal-
vo algunas excepciones.
Las cuestiones fiscales deben tratarse con un
criterio inspirado en las disciplinas cientficas, lo
mismo que los asuntos econmicos. Entre nosotros
los complicados problemas del sistema tributario
no han sido debidamente confrontados, an cuando
hay que anotar que se han hecho algunos intentos
en ese sentido. Sin embargo, parece que los estu-
dios presentados en lo que a sto se refiere no han
encontrado el debido respaldo para su prctica apli-
cacin.
De antemano se sabe que en Panam no se
puede organizar totalmente la Administracin P-
blica a base de tcnicos, pero eso no quiere decir
que no sea posible designar, para determinadas de-
pendencias, elementos cuyas capacidades ofrezcan
por lo menos relativas garantas de buenos resul-
tados.
C*t Carrusel
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: Un descuido casi le cuesta a Truman
su Movilizador de la Defensa; el olvidadizo Presidente
nombra a dos hombres para un mismo puesto.
WASHINGTON. La sema-
na pasada el Presidente Tru-
man casi pierde a su Movili-
zador de la Defensa. Charles
E. Wilson, quien, quiranlo o
no, ha hecho una gran labor
apresurando la produccin.
La crisis sobre Wilson fue el
resultado de las Inundaciones
de Kansas y Missouri, y un
extrao descuido de la Casa
Blanca.
Lo jue sucedi fue que Wil-
son le pidi al Presidente que
visitara las reas inundadas;
entonces, debido a la insisten-
cia de Traman, Wilson lo -
compa. El Movilizador de
la Defensa explic que esta-
ba muy ocupado en Washing-
ton por cien cosas diferentes,
ero finalmente accedi a los
eseos del Presidente.
Durante el viaje, el Presi-
dente hizo varias declaracio-
nes en Kansas y Missouri de
que nombrara a su Movili-
zador. Charles E. Wilson,, el
hombre que sabe ms de pro-
duccin que cualquier otro en
Estados Unidos, para que re-
habilitar las reas inunda-
das, y durante el viaje de
regreso a Washington, el Pre-
sidente volvi a decirle a Wil-
son que quedaba encargado
de esa gran tarea.
- Una de las casas que ms Im-
presion a Wilson y al Presi-
dente durante eL viaje, fue el
efecto de- la Inundacin h los
planes d defensa. Por ejemplo,
el nuevo canal que las inun-
daciones abrieron a travs de
los patios ferroviarios de Kan-
sas City Inutiliz a 8/100 vago-
nes. 5,000 de los cuales estatjan
careados. D igual modo, los
corrales ,de Kansas City, en
donde se guarda-una gran "can-
tidad del ganado de la nacin,
fueron barridos. As pues, $1
instrucciones presidenciales,
Wilson convoc a una reunin
de todas las agencias de la
Movilizacin. La reunin fue
convocada para las nueve de
la maana, a pesar de que
Wilson no haba aterrizado
sino hasta la 1:30 de la ma-
ana y jtuvo que conse-
guir un taxi que lo llevara a
su casa, mientras que el Ge-
neral Lewis y los dems ofi-
ciales de alto rango partieron
'n lujosos carros.
UN AUSENTE
Wilson comenz a explicar
sus planes para la rehabilita-
cin de las reas inundadas.
Sin embargo, haba una silla
vacia en la mesa de confe-
rencias. Era la de Raymond
Foley, encargado de las casas
para la defensa.
A eso del medio da, el se-
or Foley lleg, un poco des-
peinado, y visiblemente apu-
rado. ,
, "Perdonen mi demora", ex-
plic Foley, "pero es que me
llamaron de la Casa Blanca y
estuve all hasta ahora".
"Est bien", dijo Wilson.
Entonces Foley, sin saber lo
que se estaba discutiendo,
anunci que el Presidente lo
habia llamado para encargar-
lo de la rehabilitacin de las
areas inundadas.
El cuarto qued en silencio.
Wilson se puso plido, mir
sus papeles, y pretendi "bus-
car algo.
An sin saber lo que su-
ceda, Foley comens a ha-
blar de sus planes y a decir
que nombrara a fulano y a
zutano en tal puesto.
El silencio continu. Wilson
no dijo ni media palabra. Fi-
nalmente, cuando Foley ter-
Agradecen los Nacionalistas Rusia es vulnerable en.el
las medidas sobre la Marina temor a la verdad expresa
Mercante tomadas por Panam un funcionario de los E.U.
TAIPEI, julio 30. (UP). La l'.abia perdido su carga cuando
Cuna Nacionalista expres su
gratificacin por la decisin de
Panam de cancelar las paten-
tes de todos los barcos que vio-
len el bloqueo contra la China
comunista.
En un editorial titulado "Qui-
tmonos el sombrero ante Pa-
nam el influyente diario "Chl-
u abordado por piratas quie-
nes luego fueron puestos en tu-
ga por buques de guerra na-
cionalistas. '
HAMILTON, Nueva York, Ju-1 recursos a los cuales acuden
lio 30. (U8I8). Edward W. los jetea soviticos para ocultar
Barrett, Secretario de Estado'la verdad a su pueblo se ilus-
que tan pronto como los nacio-
nalistas supieron que el Taldcl
iiabia sido detenido por pirata
enviaron barcos de guerra al
na News" felicit al Gobierno de j rescate. Despus de haber hecho
Auxiliar para lo* Asuntos P-
blicos, declar que tal vez el
punto ms vulnerable del
Estas mismas fuentes dljcion Kremlin hoy da es el temor
Panam por su decisin e z
votos porque todos los gob.er-
nas del mundo Ubre siguieran el
ejemplo .
Mientras tanto, las fuente.;
navales nacionalistas dijeron
que el barco panameo Tai Jai
un inventarlo de la carga a bur
da. el Taluel y los barcos i;a-
conallstas siguieron su camino.
Presidente le dijo a Wilson que; min de hablar. Wilson sus-
DEJE QUE LE AYUDEMOS CON
LOS PORMENORES!
Nuestro acreditado departamento de viajes est a su entera
disposicin. Le indicamos la via ms rpida, segura y eco-
nmica y obtenemos sus documentos de viaje completamente
irratis.
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comenzara a trabajar.
TRUMAN SE ACUESTA
Luego, sintindose un poco
cansado por el viaje, y ha-
biendo gozado de la tradicio-
nal "hospitalidad liquida" de
Kansas City sin lugar a du-
das, debido a la escasez de
agua el Presidente se acos-
t a dormir en el avin.
Wilson, sin embargo, per-
maneci en su asiento has-
ta que el avin aterriz, dis-
cutiendo los planes de reha-
hitacin con su ayudante,
Alfred Howes, quien reside en
Wichita, Kansas, y que est
muy familiarizado con esa
rea.
A la maana siguiente, des-
pus de haber recibido las
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: o cambiar en la historio dal mundo.
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: a Rviio sacratas dt lo bombo otmic
; qi-a tolo poman loe Estados Unidos,
fsla aciananla narraran del jalo
i da lo Oficino Ftdarol 4t Invailigacion
da Washington ofirmo qua ya rodo
: poda rtmadiar al mol causado por
: aqutll iniquidad: al gran crimtn dal
I siglo UlECCIONCS do agosto, ya
: an vtnt, ravalo cmo uno potencio
; qua adopt "una doctrina da edi,
i daspotiimo y torrar, puado minar I
; Ital'ad do hambres libras y volverlas
: traidores En I mismo nmora da I
: rovisi so encentraren tambin mt da
; 27 articvlot de actualidad a inters.
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pendi la reunin.
An despus de la reunin
Wilson no le dijo nada a Fo-
ley, pero su asistente si. Lla-
mando a Foley a nn lado, le
dijo lo que haba sucedido.
Foley se sorprendi ms que
Wilson.
Mientras Foley y Wilson
hablaban, el Director del Pre-
supuesto, Frederick Lawton
llam por telfono. El haba
estado en la reunin, se sinti
disgustado por lo ocurrido, y
quera hablar eon Wilson.
Al principio, Wilson se neg
hablarle. Durante dos dias re-
hus verlo, dos dias durante
los cuales Lawton y Dones
arreglaron el asunto. Prepa-
raron una carta que fue fir-
mada por el Presidente, nom-
brando a Wilson para que se
.encargara de los problemas
nacionales creados por la
inundacin, y pidindole que
cooperara con Foley en los a-
suntos locales y municipales.
Foley, incldentalmente, de-
cidi cooperar, y al final Wil-
son tambin.
Aunque eata historia pare-
ce mentira, Washington es un
extrao lugar, y todo se ha
solucionado.
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COMUNICADO A LOS COMERCIANTES
En atencin a consultas que en distintas formas y en diferentes oca-
siones se le han hecho a la Cmara de Comercio, Industrias y Agri-
cultura respecto de Gerre 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 y lo publicar ampliamente con la debida oportuni-
dad.
Panam, 28 de Julio de 1951.
CMARA DE COMERCIO, INDUSTRIAS
Y AGRICULTURA.
AVISO CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro recibir propuestas cerradas hasta' las
diez en punto de la maana del dia 20 de Agosto del ao
en curso por el suministro de DIHIDRO-ESTREPTOMICINA
EN FRASCOS DE 1 GRAMOS, para uso del HOSPITAL
SANTO TOMAS.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los interesados
durante las horas hbiles de oficina. .
JOSE AROSEMENA G.
Jefe de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio
de Hacienda y Tesoro.
Panam. 27 de Julio de 1951.
MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIN
Se hace saber que existen las siguientes ctedras va-
cantes en algunos colegios oficiares:
COLEGIO "ABEL BRAVO":
Una (H Regular interina de ingls
Una Una (H Regular de Matemticas
Una (li Regular interina de Estudios Sociales
Una (1) Especial de Latn (10 horas)
LICEO DE SEORITAS:
Una (1) Regular de Arte
Una (1) Regular de Matemticas
Una (II Regular interina de Matemticas
Una (1> Regular de Espaol
PRIMER CICLO DE LA CHORRERA: Una (1) Regular de
Matemticas (15 horas) y de Ingls < 12 horas.)
ESCCELA DE ARTES Y OFICIOS "MELCHOR LASSO DE
LA VEGA": Una (1) Regular interina de Ciencias .
ESCCELA NORMAL "J. D. AROSEMENA": Una (1) Regular
interina de Economia Domstica.
Una di Regular de Educacin Fsica.
ESCCELA NACIONAL DE MODISTERA: Una 111 Regular
interina de Msica.
ESCCELA PROFESIONAL: Una (1) Regular interina de
Ingls.
ESCCELA NACIONAL DE PINTURA: Una (1) Regular de
Modelado.
Panam, 28 de Julio de 1951.
io'de educacin.
Lo mas adelantado en desodorantes
Nueva proteccin
Nueva suavidad
Nueva fragancia
Ahor Mum cntin
notable ingrediente. M
que protefe de I badn
que causan olor. La
nueva Crema Mum e
msua\c...Innocua
para la piel v lal tela.
Su atleta fragancia Ir
enramar!
aoticiuaaiatoi sarn.
eM/em <*iMa*x**& MUM
MUM
protege
i ms... ms
...y ms!
(.orno magia. Mi no atfio detiene, tambin impide
el detarroilo de bacterias que cauoan olor. En
realidad, al uaar la auca Mum usted multiplica
la proteccin de au personalidad, i Obtenga la nueva
(jema MUM hot miamol
J
Ecuador dona diez
mil quintales de
arroz para Corea
GUAYAQUIL, Julio 30. (UP)
En el vapor Santa Adela se
embarcaron diez mil quintales
de arroz que dona el Gobierno
del Presidente Qalo Piaza como
contribucin del Ecuador a la
campaa de las. tropas aliadas
en Corea.
El Santa Adela se dirige a
San Francisco de California en
donde el arroz ser trasborda-
do a otro barco que lo con-
ducir a Corea.
de que a sus integrantes se
les exponga a la verdad".
Este temor a la verdad es
lo que ha dado lugar a que
los dirigentes soviticos Insti-
guen y que aprieten ms el
cerco de la cortina de hierro,
declar Barrett en un discur-
so pronunciado el mircoles en
la noche en la Universidad de
Colgate.
Barrett dijo que los Increbles
tra en los esfuerzos que hacen
por impedir que sean oidas las
transmisiones de la Voz de la
Amrica y de la British Broad-
casting: Corporation.
Dijo Barret que un grupo de
hombres de ciencia americanos
calcula que l Soviet est em-
pleando ms operarlos en la
tarea de interferir las trans-
misiones de Estados Unidos y
Gran Bretaa que los que los
Estados Unidos emplean en to-
das sus operaciones de radio
en el mundo entero. >
Tito dice que los
Rusos se proponen
aislar Yugoeslavia
BELGRADO. Julio 30 (UP)
El Mariscal Tito dijo que los
Rusos estn tratando de aislar
a Yugoeslavia pero que no ten-
drn xito porque "loa, paises
occidentales saben que nuestra
resistencia loa ayudo. Ellos sa-
ben que la derrota de nuestro
pas significa la derrota dt-Eu-
ropa".
Dijo que el discurso de Molq-
tov estaba dedicado a los. Po-
lacos "porque en ese pas sat-
lite las cosas no estn color de
rosas". Molot" fu a Polonia
para decirle a los Polacos lo
que les espera si se atravn a
seguir el ejemplo de Yugoesla-
via. "Las amenazas contra Yu-
goeslavia estaban dirigidas con-
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LICEO DE SEORITAS
AVISO DE LICITACIN
Haata el dia treita (30) de Agosto prximo ae recibirn
propuestas para la construccin de quinientas <5*> sillas
pupitres de caebs para el Liceo de Seoritas.
Las especificaciones y el modelo de las mismas pueden
solicitarse en la Direccin del Plantel.
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[LUNES, JULIO 30, 1931
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTl
rAGINA TM8'
Invasin de West Point" es
la pelcula que nos brinda
le Teatro Central el Jueves
_ James Cagney. el dinmico, el
mico, el gran actor que lamas
ncontrara substituto, vuelve a
triunfar en la pelcula de la
/arner Bros, titulada "Invasin
le V/est Point", en la aue haoe
tala de nuevas modalidades.
La Warner Bros., que fue la
suna de sus grandes triunfos,
logra siempre llevar a la cumbre
con cada una de sus nuevas pro-
lusiones. Esta vez en lugar de
la muchedumbres compuestas
le pandilleros, bandidos y cri-
r..nales que siempre lo rodean.
|to vern entre el grupo de j-
?cne. cadetes de la Academia
ailitar de Norte Amrica, de
Sonde surgieron algunos de los
Iruj preclaros hroes de aquella
litacin.
Esta vez no se trata de enss-
Iarnos las ventajas de la Hher-
Itati. ni de contarnos hazaas v
Ide provocar las Intensas emo-
Iclones que encierra la aventura
jque corre James Cagney para
(lograr que las faldas figuren en
le espectculo anual que se pre-
I santa en West Point, que las
(hermosas piernas de Virginia
Mayo y la linda figura de Doris
IDay causen conmocin entre los
[cadetes no era lo que Cagney
Iperseguia. pero eso fue lo que
laucedlo.
No sabemos si ustedes estn
enterados de que en esa Acade-
mia hay un apartado rincn que
se llama "La Roca del Amor"
hasta donde cada cadete se cree
afortunado si logra llevar a su
novia para darle all el primer
beso de amor a la luz de la luna
y bajo la sombra del arbolado.
Nos estamos poniendo dema-
siado romnticos, asi es oue vol-
veremos al hilo de nuestra his-
toria para decirles que Gordon
MacRaees un tipo conquistador,
pero tmido, que escribe una o-
bra para el teatro v quiere pre-
sentarla en West Point. Su aml-
Ed. Gene Nelson, baila admlra-
lemente. v otros de los cadetes
tienen otras habilidades; pero
qu se puede hacer en la vida
sin las mujeres? James Cagney.
que habla dirigido muchas pie-
zas teatrales en Broadway, tuvo
que valerse de su astucia para
que el espectculo estuviera a-
dornado con la belleza de esa?
actrices, que lo tenan trastor-
nado a l, y quienes se encar-
garon de poner en el mismo
temple amoroso a los cadetes.
La "Invasin de West Point"
rA* cuenta una novela 'ms In-
teresante y ms sentimental que
muchos de los dramas que ve-
mos a diarlo; pero hay que con-
Funcionario del Punto Cuatro
visita la Escuela Rural del
Higo en jira de observacin
El Sr. Edward G. Cale, Direc-
tor Comisionado de la Oficina
Intermedia de Relaciones Ame- I
tar tambin con los apuros que
los cadetes pasan, con el encan-
to que encierra una Academia
militar plena de Juventud y de
alegra, v con la fuerza emoolo-
nal que Cagney siempre infiltra.
a sus actuaciones, para darse
cuenta de lo que ser el desen- i
lace de este gran film, que se es- I
trenar el dia 2 de agosto en el
Teatro Central cuando les re-1
recomendamos que vayan a ver a
West Point por dentro, vindolo
desde afuera. Esta es una Joya
Warner! No falten!
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno"
rlcana en el Departamento .de
Estado en Washington, ,D.C,
aparece en la anterior fotogra-
fa durante su viaje de obser-
vacin, mientras visitaba ayer
la Escuela Rural Principal y del
Proyecto de Extensin Agrco-
la del Higo bajo la supervisin
del Instituto de Asuntos lnter-
amerlcanos. De Izquierda a de-
recha aparecen el Sr. Donald
Berry. Especialista en trabajos
domsticos y de fincas en la
Escuela del Higo; el Dr. John
H. Grlnnel. Especialista en el
entrenamiento de maestros de la
Misin del Instituto de Asuntos
lnteramcrlcanos en Panam y
el seor Cale observando a dos
estudiantes que reciben Ins-
truccin acerca de la limpieza
perfeccionamiento y pintura de
una banca.
El Sr. cale visit durante la
Va al Contencioso
para recuperar un
puesto D. Korsi
El periodista Demetrio Korsl,
de esta ciudad, present de-
manda en el Tribunal de lo
Contencloso-Admlnistrativo, por
medio de su apoderado Lie.
Alfredo Burgos, para que se le
restituya como Oliclal Huma-
nitario y se le paguen los suel-
dos que ha dejado de percibir
desde que fue retirado del
puesto.
maana que permaneci en
Panam a funcionarlos del Go-
bierno como Representantes de
los proyectos que se realizarn
en Panam bajo la Asistencia
del Programa del Punto Cuatro.
El Sr. Cale seguir para Wash-
ington el Domingo despus de
terminar su viaje como Repre-
sentante del Departamento de
Estado a fin de estudiar las
rali/aciones y deficiencias del
actual programa de coopera-
cin tcnica y ,de las posibi-
lidades para los futuros pro-
gramas.
El Ecuador rinde
homenaje a vuelo
de la "Panagra"
QUITO, Julio 30. (Especial
El Presiaente G*;o Paza ac^ba
de aprobar un decreto amuri-
llando una emisin especial ce
I estampillas en honor del cruce
; nmero 20.C00 de la Linea E-
cuatorial por la Panagra, se jn
..e anunci en esta capital.
Las estampillas, del valor de
tres y cinco sucres, lucirn li-
na leyenda especial para tal o-
icasin y sern puestas en vn-
; la el da en que se realizar el
vuelo 20.000. La fecha de ese
vuelo no se ha hecho puwca
todava, pero tendr lugar du-
rante la parte final del prsen-
le mes. Los sobres del primer
da sern franqueados de^de
Quito en aquella fecha-
El vuelo especial que marca-
r el vuelo de Itinerario nmero
'.0.000 a travs de la Linea E-
iiuatorial por aviones de Pana-
rra, ser realizado desde Quito,
ciudad situada a slo unos cusn
tos kilmetros al sur de la ella
oa linea. .'i
La ayuda a Amrica Latina es
parte vital en la defensa de
un mundo ubre declara Miller
WASHINGTON, Julio 30
J(USIS). El Secretario de Es-
[tado Auxiliar. Edward G. Mi-
lller Jr., hizo ayer un fuerte 11a-
Imado al Congreso en favor de
lia aprobacin de la partida de
| sesenta y dos millones de d-
Tender
Leaf
TEA'
t de hojas
tiernas
"Tender Leaf" quiere de-
cir "Hojas Tiernas". A
esta reta seleccin de
hojas se debe la exquisi-
tez suprema de este te',
su concentracin ideal,
ni muy suave ni muy
fuerte. Simplemente
delicioso!
Pida en as buenas tien-
das "TENDER LEAT'.
De venta en paquetes o
en bolsitas filtrantes.
rail IfiiniAi i<
TIMl llill
lares solicitada por el Presiden-
te Traman para la ayuda mi-
litar y tcnica a la Amrica
Latina.
Dijo que la suma pedida es
pequea pero es parte vital
del Programa de Seguridad Re-
ciproca del mundo libre".
Los fondos solicitados, dijo,
son "necesarios" para continuar
ayudando a estructurar el po-:
derio econmico, politico y ml- j
litar de la Amrica Latina.
"La totalidad del programa
de seguridad reciproca para la
Amrica Latina es necesaria ai
es que vamos a impulsar este [
esfuerzo de propia defensa de
forjar un Hemisferio slido y
seguro", dijo Miller.
Los cuarenta millones de d-
lares propuestos para ayuda
militar y los veintids millones
para la cooperacin tcnica, di-
jo, "son los lados opuestos de
la misma moneda".
. "El programa de detenta so-
bre el cual est asentndose
con tanto xito nuestro pas, no
se basa principalmente en bu-
ques de guerra, aviones y cao-
nes. Est levantndose sobre las
bases de una sociedad bien edu-
cada, sana y prspera".
Aareg el Secretario Auxiliar
Miller:
"Nuestros vecinos en la Am-
rica Latina deben tener segu-
ridad tanto contra la inquietud
interna como contra la agre-
sin externa; deben hallarse los
medios para proveer alimentos
adecuados y mayor cantidad de
trabajadores adiestrados, y pa-
ra reducir el analfabetismo y
la Incidencia de las enferme-
dades. Adems si vamos a pro-
ducir muchos de los materiales
aue necesitamos para el mundo
libre, debe aumentarse la pro-
ductividad econmica de su po-
blacin.
"Creo al mismo tiempo que
si nuestras hermanas repbli-
cas .estn haciendo un esfuer-
zo para contribuir de manera
efectiva a la defensa del Hemis-
ferio, nosotros debemos realizar
un esfuerzo ms grande para
ayudarlas a alcanzar sus aspi-
raciones de mayor progreso e-
conmico y social. Esta es la
manera constructiva de forjar
una sociedad libre y democr-
tica.
Desafie al
CALOR!
SI es una gran cosa saber vestirse
y estar cmodo durante estos das
calurosos!
EL CORTE INGLES le ofrece el
VESTIDO APROPIADO
para estos das por ser de ma-
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a cualquier hora del da. Ade-
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Materiales de la famosa mar-
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CHEPO, julio J8. 'Correspon-
sal). El 25 del corriente se
llev a efecto la bendicin del
edificio de la Unidad Sanitaria,
la que gracias al espritu em-
prendedor y decidido del seor
Lito Acosta y dems miembros
de la Sociedad Caballeros del
Mamoni. ser dentro de poco
tiempo puesta al servicio del
pblico. El seor Acosta ha ma-
nifestado a este Corresponsal
que tienen la promesa del se-
or Ministro del ramo de que
dicha Unidad ser puesta al
servicio pblico en breve tiem-
po con el personal y equipo
necesario. La bendicin estuvo
a cargo del Reverendo Fenosa
Pascual, quien con su espritu
dinmico y entusiasta anim a
la concurrencia para que si-
guiera cooperando. Tambin
oimoa la promesa de doa Ca-
rolina Prez Morales, que pres-
tarla gustosa su ayuda. Pro-
nunciaron palabras muy signi-
ficativas el honorable seor Al-
calde Delgado, don Jos B.
Fuertes y don Jos Maria Fer-
nndez; los oradores tuvieron
palabras de merecido encomio
para los caballeros que de mo-
do efectivo y prctico luchan
tesoneramente por las mejoras
materiales de su pueblo, como
lo ha hecho el seor Acosta
y sus compaeros.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
SELECTA-SCHEME
No es cierto que te
preste dinero en el
Hospital penonomeo
PENONOMS, Julio 26. (Co-
rresponsal). Apenas advert
en el peridico "La Hora" de
fecha de hoy la noticia del Co-
rresponsal Especial que Informa,
que la administracin del Hos-
pital de esta ciudad se ha con-
vertido- en una agencia de prs-
tamos, me puse de- inmediato
en contacto con el doctor An-
bal Orimaldo C, director de
esa Institucin, quien me infor-
m que desde que l est en-
cargado de la direccin del Hos-
pital, la contabilidad de la ins-
titucin llvase riguroso orden
dia tras da, no habiendo oca-
sin esa clase de negocios,
quedando asi desmentida ro-
tundamente por el propio doc-
tor Orimaldo la malvola no-
ticia. II doctor Orimaldo, por
mi conducto, suplica a ese Co-
rresponsal Especial de Xa Hora'
visite el Hospital, donde ser
recibido por el propio doctor
Orimaldo para mostrarle los li-
bros de contabilidad y manejo
del Hospital, que dicho sea d
pasa trabaja a satisfaccin ge-
neral.
______JUNES, JULIO M, II
ien acogida orden
del Corregidor de
El Valle de Antn
el valle, julio 30. (Corres-
ponsal Especial). Motive de
elogiosos comentarlos entre los
pobladores y visitante* semana-
les a esta poblacin ha produ-
cido la orden dada por el Co-
rregidor del lugar, don Teodoro
Veliz y respaldada por el Al-
calde de Antn, don Luis Veliz,
de cancelar los permisos para
bailes en las cantinas de El Va-
lle.
Bl Corregidor Vlte ha termi-
nado con los espectculos es-
candalosos que se sucedan en
las cantinas todos los fines de
semana y que perjudicaban al-
tamente los intereses de la po-
blacin.
Medidas de esta naturaleza
dictadas a beneficio de los In-
tereses comunales son las mejo-
res recomendaciones en favor
de la ejecutoria y de la serie-
dad d los funcionarios.
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Para el 4 d Agosto
aplazaron su reunin
los In*. Agrnomo!
L reunin d 1* Asociacin
de Ingenieros Agrnomos de
Panama, anunciada para ma-
ana sbado 38 en la finca El
Limdn del seor Enrique Real
en Aguadulce, se aplaz para el
l mismo
Donde hoy
picazn
la hoco deiaperecer
Cn I initanio ii M aplica *l
BfiSfcMts Komi tu la piel irritada
inflamada per la IMrtlfeaaU. Seca-
a, Q od*r natllv pr.duc. alivia
conMladflr. ti maa, dpu4 flt
pee a*llraclaa la Blcaain daaa-
BartOB 7 'a pial aua lmala
ropeUn** y aaparaaa. B* 1 r.ma-
dls muy aiea* qua le farmacuti-
ca oamplaean an r.oam.ndar.
CfmrMi a fraace y I4ar*a*
aUmpro maao. I. .le.lt. part
>a*it4ar**> aSeelfieer, ntula-
n*a. lanar, raiauraa y san
Solar inflamaolSB J laa Bias. K<
hay reteie atajar Bars lav alcaaai
it u ettata
...... .......in
El Fomento Agrcola
no presta atencin
a epidemias de ares
LAS MINA8, julio 2. (Co-
rresponsal Especial i. Los al-
caldes de la Provincia de He-
rrera, reunidos en una confe-
rencia por el Oobernador V-
rela en esta poblacin, se han
quejado de la poca atencin
que ha prestado y presta el
Fomento Agricola con la epi-
demia de gallinasy el trsalo,
que estn afectando seriamente
la economa de sta, segn n
proporciones tales que no pa-

EL PARO GENERAL
i
Ocasiona fuertes perdidas al Comercio y la Industria,
creando una gran intranquilidad que agrava nuestra
crisis econmica. El Paro General tiende a aumentar
el nmero de los desocupados.
lugar y ihora por motivos d
inters general, y se pide a to-
dos los interesados tomen de-
bida nota de este cambio para
3u a dicha reunin asistan to-
os los socios.
recen haber sido imaginadas
siquiera. S quejaron los alcal-
des por la ineficacia de Fomen-
to Agrcola para ayudar siquie-
ra a solucionar tan graves pro-
blemas y han sugerido al Go-
bernador que se dirija al Go-
bierno nacional plantendole la
seria situacin y solicitando ac-
cin inmediata del Gobierno pa-
ra atacar un problema cuya re-
: percusin en la economa del
nerrerano mantiene preocupadl
la toda sta regln.
yf-vtticrmmaj ti
fceiadsisaassaaii. asa......atoNa Na.
aatas ato toma a. Csasela las almorranas esa aa
coto digno es eostoaia i I Usgueoto Maa Zaa.
Elaboradoencinalvastante aera ceatatr las almorrana,
Bffotciaea alivia desde las primera apJirartonee, Calma
la i'nfcia, ssinlanv V a antisptica
Cada tubo Bias* previsto d o na cnala iisiiMI me-
diante la cual al ungento ss aplica aui dificultad, llegaos*
a todas Ms part* afectadas.
IkufNioMANZAN
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No es sta, la forma ms conveniente para pro-
testar contra el alto costo de la vida.

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LUNES, JULIO JO, MSI
BL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CHICO
El Vaticano prepara un plan
para radicar los hurfanos
de la guerra en las Americas
Per Mareei Walleaatsin
(NANA)
PARIS, Julio SO (EPS)Bl
"'"Mcno caba de dar t cono-
cer un plan para radicar ml-
. e hurfanos de guerra
europeos en reglone* pobremen-
te habitadas de lo* Estado U-
nldos y la Amrica del Sur. Se
ha constituido al efecto, un or-
ganismo que confia en crear co-
munidades de muchachos an
granjas bajo la jurisdiccin de
sacerdotes que les acompaa-
rn.
Los diplomticos papales han
Iniciado negociaciones con los
Estados Unidos. Bolivia, Argen-
tina, Chile, Colombia. Ecuador.
Uruguay y Mxico. Se espera
enviar posteriormente hurfa-
nos de todos los pases al Oes-
te de la cortina de hierre, al
las colonias originales, que pro-
cedern exclusivamente de Ita-
lia, tienen xito.
El plan comprende la adqui-
sicin de granjas y equipos a-
gricolas.
Se espera que el resultado d
centenares de comunidades en
todo el hemisferio occidental si-
milares a las llamadas "ciuda-
des de muchachos" que existen
actualmente en los Estados Uni-
do*. Loa muchachos trabajarn
en faenas agrcolas, compar-
tiendo por Igual trbalo y uti-
lidades. El Sumo Pontfice con-
fia en que, con el tlemrjo, se
casen con muchachas de los
panes donde radiauen y se con-
viertan en ciudadanos de esos
pases.
Se pedir a muchacho- de 14
i 18 aos de edad que se
ofrezcan voluntariamente al ex-
perimento. Se espera que el
primer grupo saldr de Italia
antes de fines de ao con des-
tino a 1* Argentina. Se confia
Igualmente en que, eventual-
mente, los 26.000 hurfanos de
guerra italianos se establezcan
en granjas de ultramar, a los
cuales seguirn otros grupos
desde Francia. Espaa, Blgica
y Alemania.
Aparte de la tierra y los equi-
pos agrcolas, estas comunida-
des de muchachos comenzarn
con muy poco ms que su en-
tusiasmo.
La Idea es original de un
sacerdote jesuta. Dice que esto
mismo se hizo en los das ini-
ciales de la conquista de la
Amrica del Sur y Mxico por
los espaoles. Dentro de las fa-
cilidades modernas, agrega, el
provecto puede llevarse mucho
mejor cabo que en aquellos
dias de Indios salvajes y muy
poca* faoJHdjades, ,,,-.
Los sacerdote jesutas fun-
daron muchas ciudades en la
Amrica del Sur y Mxico, en-
seando a los indios a construir
Iglesia* y hospitales y los m-
todos agrcolas de la Europa
del siglo XVI. El caballo, el
eerdo. el pollo y muchas frutas
? vegetales europeos fueron in-
roducldos en el Continente A-
meriesno por estas comunidades
originales.
Los gastos de traslado de los
hurfanos y los equipos necesa-
rios y para poner las comuni-
dades en marcha, sern sufra-
gados, por partes Iguales, por
la organizacin .europea y los
pases donde sean enviados.
Este programa ha sido acogido
con entusiasmo por l*s peque-
a* naciones suramericanas que
necesitan poblacin y tienen a-
bundancla de tierras que no se
cultivan ni s atienden.
o mas microbios
\ en su cocina!
llTIOl IOS ixtrminai Cada ves
que Uve el fregadero o el pito de
tu cocina, agregue 3 Vi cuchtrtdat
de LVSOi. en cada 5 litros de
agua. LYtOL et muy 000*01/00
porque poqultima cantidad,
diluida en agua, batta para
limpiar y exterminar lo*
microbios. Cada va* oua>
/re .. daainfacta can
Importadores
Tagarpulos, S.A.
REPARTO A DOMICILIO
Evite los Daos de la
HUMEDAD!
Instale un
Deshumecedor ADMIRAL
NUEVO DESHUMECEDOR
ELCTRICO
ADMIRAL
obtenible a plazos
cmodos de
B/.10 mensuales
5 ano de garanta!
Mera m n t enchuf le el
nuevo Deshumecedor AD-
MIRAL en cualquier to-
maoorrlento* y comenza-
r a funcionar inmedia-
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24 ptae. de humedad ca-
da 24 horas. Uee el nuevo
Deshumecedor ADMIRAL
para proteger archivos,
bateras secas, plezae de
radio, relojes. Ideal para
cualquier deposito de mer-
cancas on donde la hu.
medad constituye proble-
ma.
Ofrecemos demostrac i n
de 10 dlae GRATIS!
Venga a verlo en persona
o llame al Tal. 2-1081 pa-
ra ms informacin.
MUEBLERA CASA SPARTON
Central 323. Celidonia (Entrada Teatro Encanto)
Estado de Caja de
la Contralora
Semana terminada el 21 d*
Julio de 1951..
Saldo en caja el
20 de Julio B.321,900.98
Ingresos del 21 al
27 de Julio de 1961 523,284.25
Total: 845.185.23
Egresos del 21 al
27 de Julio de 1951 506,850.79
Saldo en caja 27 de
Condenado en Lima
un periodista por
atacar a Eva Pern
LIMA. Julio 30 (UP)Leo-
edad y director del semanario
Buen Humor", fue sentenciado]
a cuatro meses de crcel y a
pagar una multa de 3,000 soles
por "comprometer las relaclo-1
nes exteriores al reproducir un
articulo de una revista norte-
americana sobre c6mo Bva Pe-
rn gobierna su pas".
Julio de 1951
338,334.44
Compromisos por
Contratos 57,660.27
Panam, 28 de Julio de 195L
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
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TRAJES DE BAfJO------^.....regular, desde |f).J5
AHORA desde
AHORA desde
AHORA desde
AHORA'
AHORA
AHORA
AHORA
desde
desde
ROPA INTERIOR
Hylon
Panties.........AHORA 1.50
Camisones.......AHORA desde 3.95
Maanitas ......AHORA desde 2.95
Medios Peticotes -AHORA desde 2.95
MEDIAS NYLON
DE AFAMADAS MARCAS
51-15 y eo-15 ..........desde MI
ROPA INTERIOR
RAYN Y DE JERSEY RAYN
Panties ........-AHORA desde 50c.
AHORA
1.50
Medio Paticotoe
(Adornados con
nylon encaja y tul)
Peticotes Nylon eon costuras
raforsada
Un nueve surtido da piiamaa
AHORA 2.95
1.95
ROPA INTERIOR
Ropa Interior negra, precio especial AHORA desde .
95c.
FAJAS y BRASSIERES
DE AFAMADAS MARCAS
desde B 1.00
ESPECIAL
PAUELOS SUIZOS
6 por 1.00
81 x 90 ..cama doble A HORA. 2.95
72x109......fina calidad 3.95
(para cama 3 4)
FUNDAS
DE FINA MUSELINA....................AHORA 75c.
DE PERCAL ...........................AHORA 15c.
795

5.00
3.75
1.25
5.00
2.00
2.95
5.00
UNIFORMES para ENFERMERAS y EMPLEADAS
Regular desde ........5.95 A 1.95 AHORA ............. 2.95 y 3.95
CARTERAS
Precioso surtido....................AHORA desde ..................1.00
Carteras de nias ..................AHORA desde ..................50c.
de fina pial, regular, desd.......10.95 AHORA desde..................2.95
CARTERAS DE COCODRILO LEGITIMO
NUEVOS ESTILOS REGULAR 26.95 AHORA 14.95
SABANAS
"DAN RIVER" DE FINA MUSELINA GARANTIZADAS POR GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
De afamadas marcas |/% ft- 54x90 .. cama sencilla AHORA 2.65
empacadas para regalos f yJ.yO
2 Sbanas 72 x 108
2 Fundas, en bonitos colores:
Rosado, Celeste, Amarillo, etc.
FUNDAS DE HILO 100% POR 100% PURO
EXRA ESPECIAL PRIMERA CALIDAD
TOALLAS DE CARA ... 50c. TOALLAS BLANCAS DE BASO ... *5c.
^^^^a^^^
NO SE ADMITEN CAMBIOS
NI DEVOLUCIONES
VENTAS AL CONTADO
FELIX B. MADURO, S. A.
SUCURSAL SOLAMENTE
Avenida TivoH No. 6
Enfrente al Correo de Ancn
Aire Acondicionado
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L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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LUNES, JULIO 38, WST
NO Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER. ALQUILAR, COMPRAR, Etc
Que la ruta al Departamento fe los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo poi
12 palabras.
3e por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Ave. Tlyall N* 4
Tal. l-tl
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
r*mur i i *
l'anam*
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ava. 4 as Jalla
TaL t-1441
BOTICA CARLTON
Avr Metanos* II
Ttl. SS-Calm.
SALN DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calta U Oaaie Na. M.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Taita "H" Na. ST Panaaa*
Ava. Caatral 12-174 Coloa.
SE NECESITA
Roni estico*
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE NECESITA:Seora de 30 a 35 CA. DI LIFEVM Tel. 2-4332
aos que sapa cocinar, lavar y
planchar, sueldo B.30.00, paro dor-
mir empleo. Fomilio chica. Calle
50 No. 48.
SE NECESITA:Empleado paro ofi-
cios domsticos con experiencia.
Avenido Norte No. 23, cerca Pre-
sidencia,
SC NrCESITA:Lavandera paro 'a-I
mil.a chiO, que planche torrbin. '
Informes Dulcera Asteria, calle F ,
No. 3, al lado Teotro Apolo.
SE N'CESITA-Mognifica cocinero.'
Cebe treer referencias. Si no co- i
noce su oficio no se presente. A- I
Vendo del Per No. 75, altos.
SE'NECESITA :-Ssorn reioonsoble
VENDE LOTES
Paja inicial mnimo S. 100.00
Mensual S. 15.00
Lote ron Collet y Acueducto da
lo Ciudad desda B. 1.00 al mev.o
Alquilarnos equipo oesodo pato
movimiento de tierru.
Alquilarnos lotes o lorgoi pazos
Club ota Iota*. B.3 00 y B. 0
serrano:*
SE VENDE: Aborroteria y Refrcs-
queria LA NACIONAL en Ave,
A y Calla 12 Oeste. Informes Tel.
2;0052.
SE VEND
Vrlculos de SE VENDE
Miscelnea*
>C VENDEN:Claros, tut.no icara.
cam oconclodo. fix-Tu I sarta*
aislador paro calo rases) maata-
ra, lavamanos, aacasaatas, ote.
los gracias mis bajos an plain.
AGt'NCIAS GLSALES. v,0 Espa-
a, Nefando a lun franca. Tal.
.'-503
SE VENDE: Llontos usadas en la
Estacin de gasohno La Cuchilla.
Colldomc. 243. Pregunte Sr. Russo.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Dodge cargo-todo, da lo
Armado. Cosa 98-C. Nuevo Cris-
tbal, una cuadra atrs de lo Ave-
nida Roosevelt entre calles 8 y 9.
Nuestros expertos mecnicos pondrn
su auto en condiciones de correr
por mucho tiempo sin dolores de
cabeza para usted. Trigalo hoy
mismo. Tropical'Motors.
SE VENDE:Grandes rebajas en Vi-
lonovo. Traje... blusos ropa Interior
precios sumamente rebojados. A-
proveche hasta fmcl de mes. Vi-
lonova, Avenido Central 115.
SE VENCE:Automvil Buick Special
1948 en muy buenos condiciones,
4 llantos nuevas, radio, recin pin-
todo. Mueblerio Tun. Telfono
3-0048. Panam.
SE ALQUILA
boratos, orticuios necesarios de
cata. Avenida Ju^to Arosemeno 90.
pero of.C'O general i'e caso, cuidar SE VENDE:Motivo viaje, muebles
nc. CV'c la. No. 11. Vista
fiermc:.n. apartamento 3. Despus
de les 6 p. m. #
------ SE VENDE:Sof como, couch, como
Hollywood, lmparos de pie v me-
sitos chinas. Calle 45 No. 19.
Casas
SE ALOUiLA
I.ocale
SI -LQUlL,>:- Locoi cora otlrino
'it del fectro Centro1
CL'NICA. eouipcda. altos Farmocio
alazar, calta 16 Oe:te No. 28
Ftbnomi.
I SE VENDEJuegos completos paro
cosa, solo, comedor, recamaros,
refngrodcro. estufo, etc. Llamor
al 2-251 I.
SE ALQUILA:Ocuponte chalet pe-
queo, toda comodidod, Son Fran-
cisco, desea efectuar cambio por
apartamento una recmaro, den-
tro ciudad o cercanio, infrmese
Tel. No. 2-1456..
SE VENDE : Por motivo de viaje.
Packard Sedan 1949 de 4 puertas
an excelentes condiciones, 12,000
millas, color verde, cubre asientos,
llantas blancas, derechos pagos, B.
1.500.0O. Llpme telfono 3-1975
de 9 o. m. a 5 p. m.
SE ALQUILA:Lccol Comercial: E-
diliCio nuevo frente piara Santa
Ana. Ocurra Compaio F. Icaza.
^venida B 79
SE ALQUILANCuatro '-ii loca-
les comerciales, en edificio com-
pletamente nuevo en calle 29 E-.-
te. Ocrrnse a Cia. Fcu'.tina S. A
en Ave. Jos Feo. de la Ossa No
?2 i Edificio Chester.ield).
SE .ALQUILAN Tres loco'es pro
po-, poro oficinas. Precios rozo-
rtables. en los olios de" la cosa No.
85. de Avenida B. cerco a la
Aduea Nacional. Tel. 2-1032, Sr.
Carreras.
"Miscelnea
SE VENDE:Estufa elctrica Genero!
Elcctnc. 3 quemadores y horno. 3
mere^ He uso. Lime al telfono
2-30C8.
PERDIDO
PERDIDA:Cdulo No. 3223, de Fe-
derico Lum. Coln.
Tnxi Internocionol. El mejor servicio
a domiciio. Tarifa oficial. Llame- -
lo te'efono 2-2324
Tenemos colocacin poro todo rnu-
er que puedo trobojar en oficios
domsticos. Agencios: Avenida B,
73
SE VENDE:Alocena cocina, oloce- I
na esquinera, alfombras, sillas de.
mimbre, botiqun, persianas ven?-'
cinos. Miscelnea. Playa Coln'
.201.
SE VENDE:URGENTE! Hosta el
31. Servicio loza, doce personas.
Bavaria. Mueble cantina de hogar.
E:tufa 4 fogones. Comodita 4 ga-
vetas, espejo. Vitrina 2 puertas y
muchos muebles ms. Tel. 3-3002. j
SE COMPRA
COMPRO Raicilla, tacha da nispere I
s batata. Paga las majares precio'
da plaia. Osmond L. Maduro, Ca-
lta I. Na. 11 Apartado 277. Pa- |
ama.
E COMPRA: Rodo "en.th" vie-1
jo. intil, tipo mesa, pora cojer.
piezas necesarias. Avenida B, 73. '
SE ALQUILA
Citarlos
SE ALQUILA:2 cuartos grandes y
frescos, para cebollero so'o o se-
orita sola. Llomar al 2-2511.
SE VENDEN CAMIONES: 1 GMC
5 toneladas, modelo 1947, exce-
lentes condiciones; 1 GMC 2 I -2
toneladas, tipo armada, 10 rue-
das, modelo 1942; I Internacio-
nal. 2 1-2 toneladas modelo 1947
chassis largo; 1 Internacional 2
1-2 toneladas, modelo 1947 chas-
sis corto I Mack. 5 toneladas,
modelo 1947, excelentes condicio-
nes. Solicitor informes llamando
al telfono 2-0610.
\OlA SOCIAL
Sr. Ernesto de la Guardia.
Sr. Javier de la Ossa
Nia Patricia Maduro Madu-
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado in-
dependiente, escalera privada y
balcn. Colle 45 No. 19.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto amoblodo
para hombre. B.6.00 por semana.
Avenida Parque Lefevre, Ernesto
Lefevre. caso 32.
- ro.
SE ALQUILACuarto completamen-
te amoblodo. ventilado, hombre
solo. Colle Colombio No. 8, apar-
tamento 5, Tel. 3-0338.
^cobomos recibir gran lote retazos
gabardina, propios paro pontolcn- I
citos de nios, oreos sorprenden-
tes. LA MILAGROSA, Monteserin
2.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Un cmodo oporta-I
ment. Calle 15 No. 32, San Fran-I
cisco de la Coleto.
?P NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA*':Cuatro jvenes de
ambos sexos con experiencia en
propog.indrv Avenida Centrol No
47. Apto. 23
SE NECESITA Pinter ret lista dibu-
jante. Molino Criollo. Panam.
SE NECESITA- Cholet residencial
amoblado; 3 recmaras. 2 bonos,
olarrbrado. porio espacio-o moder-
no, prereriblemente en El Coco O
olturos del Golf. Informe telfono
2-2042
SE' NECESITA:Seoras y seoritas
que deseen aprovechar las gran-
des gangas que ofrecen las reba-
jos de Vilonova hasto final de
mes. Vilonova. Avenida Central
"5.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de una
y dos recmaras. Calle Primera,
Perejil 14. Pregunte por Aseador
He 8 a 11. Informes telfonosi 2-
2-3181 2-0082.
Con 6725 00
PUEDE OBTENER
UNA REFRIGERADORA
ADMIRAL!
Durante ei mes de Julio ni-
camente, seguimos ofreciendo
la oportunidad de tener una
Refrigeradora en su hogar con
*l\ pago inicial de B/25.00 v
[tlazos cmodos. Hay 8 mode-
os diferentes al escoger. 5
aos de garantia VEA la
ADMIRA!, antes de comprar
una Refrigeradora!
Mueblera Casa Sparton
Central HJ Calidoata Tel 2-14*1
SE ALQUILA:Aportomentos una y
dos recmoras. cmodos, cntricos,
precios razonable Compona F.
Icazo Avenido B 79.
SE ALQUILA Apartamento moder-j
no de dos recmaros y sala come- '
dor. en edificio "Muller". Aveni-'
da Tivoli No. 18. Ilomor telifor.o
2-1032. Sr Carreros.
Por aos y aos la
PINTURA SHF.RWIN
WILLIAMS
ha sido conocida por su
alta calidad y su mdico
precio.
Gran variedad de colores.
Servicio esmerado.
Aviso Judicial
AVISO EMPLAZATORIO
Kl suscrito. Juez Secundo le ( irt-uit
? Panam, por medio del presente edw-
lo.
KMJ'LAZA:
Al leiW rilado I.KK STONE, varn,
mayor de edad, n.n teamrrirann. comer-
. iante, cuyo paradero actual te ignora,
para que dentro del trmino de treinta
da, contad" desde la fecha de la ul-
tima publicacin iri presente *<\\ (o.
r.ini|iaica a eie Tribunal por al o por
mtdto de apoderado a hacer valer us
derecho dentro del juicio de divorcio
que en *j contt-u ha propuc*t u .es-
posa, seora CABMEN AMALIA I. PEZ,
advirtindole que ni asi no lo hiciere
dentro del termino eipre*adn. se le
nombrar un defensor de ausente con
quien se continuar* el ulco.
Por tanto. e fija este edicto empla-
7.*torio en lunar vi*ibis de la Secretaria
de este Tribunal. hor veinticuatro de
Jollfl de nvl nove-ionto, rimuenta, jr
topia d<-l mimp se tiene disponriAn
de la parte interesado para su publica-
cin.
El Juez,
(Fdo.l JORGE A. RODRIGUE/. B.
Por el Secretario,
(Fdo.j MARIA PAREJA.
0 lelal Mayor.
Es^fs^^i[K^dj^^iorieinal^^^^^^^
El Pmm Da i (rkatriu ti
ECZEMA
Ha aqut un axcelanta aceita an-
tloptlco qua aa senta an todaa la.
farmacia que ea man fflca* para
eliminar alguna* enfermedadsa df
la piel que nm*uu otro remedio
ofrecido.
No aoln ase (ran aceite antlap-
tico proniii\ e la prontn citatrisa*
clon de llaga*, abaceaos y Oleara*
supurantea amo que acelera 1
alivio
El Acalle Eameralda Moone pue-
da obtanrae n todas las farma-
claa moderna*. K* Inofensivo y
de'resultado* aeajuroa al aa alfuen
las Instruccin qu* a* dan para
a>i ampies./
Nio Ral Moreno Arosemena
Nio David Brandon Eisen-
mann.
. Nio Luis Manuel Hernndez
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Hilda Vallarino de Mer-
cer.
Sra. Maggie Quijano de Fer-
nndez.
.Sra. Flor Emilia Rlvas ere
Orozco.
Sr. Miguel Guillermo De Roux
Nia Itzel Edith Veliz.
El Cnsul de
el "Talud" y 'Rosita' regresa-
ron a Hong Kong despus de
n'oer sido saqueados por Io Ti-
ratas.
Otros dos tarcos, el "Un'.:'."
y el 'Hollina" estn por llegar
a Hong Kong. detenidos por l.:s
nacionalistas. El Consulado de
Panam dijo- que el "Hollir.i'
iabia obtenido el zarpe para el
1 pjerto de Moj. Japn, pero los
' nacionalistas los sorprendieron
en las afueras de Shanghai y !
confiscaron el cargamento.
Se calcula que unos 40 bateos i
chinos han obtenido patentes
panameas durante los dos l-
'.imos aos La mayora de stos
barcos estn bastantes maitrc- !
chos y han sido comprados co.i.o |
chatarra i o del excedente de
guerra. An hasta barco.; d
madera han sido vistos con la
bandera panamea- Las fuer. er.
n.artimas dicen que stos bar-
cos se pagan cen un slo v.'.ie
a China en donde los maicii.-
lts estratgicos obtienen predi*
lantsticos.
La mayora de las prdidas
sufridas per los armadores li ..-
timas son pagadas por las com-
paas de seguro, aunoue stas
han duplicado las tarltas para
el comercio en las costas chinaj.
A\e Nor'e n Tel -0610
Calle Martin Sosa No. 3
Tel 3-M24.
CARTON PARA CIELORASOS
"SIMPSON BOARD''
* x 8' B/.2.24 hoja
4* x 10' 2.80 "
4' x 12' 3.36 "
EL GUILA
Calls "M" final
Tel. 2-2121
El in.t- econmico,
fuerte y prctico
l>ara eiialquier negocio.
Su costo
y mantenimiento
e. inigualable.
Jeep
PANEL
Partes y Accesorios

Ca. Cyrnos, S.A.
Tcticas dilatorias
lucha debe cesar con los ejr-
citos en sus actuales posiciones,
ya imr e| retiro de sus fuerzal
ni Paralelo 38 envuelTe cues- ,
tiones polticas que el no ejl :
aulori7ido para discutir.
Por xii parte, un nortioz de
la Naciones Cuidas dijo que los ;
delegados aliados luchan por
romper el "imnase", y aunoue I
el Almirante Joy "esnera' que el
problema sea resuelto, "no hay
nada que indique que la solu-
cin de ste sea pronto".
nio our durante la rrunin
de hoy rl General Nam II pro-
nunci uno de los d'sctirsos ms
largos de las conferenrias un;.
hora y un minuto el cual na-
bia sido nreparadn de antema-
no, en el cuI reiter la posi-
cin romiinnli en el problema
de la desmilitarizacin.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Mantenemos una venta de
ganga de artculos sobre exis-
tencia donde las MEJORES
PINTURAS se venden a los
ms bajos precios.
Por qu no ahorrar dinero
comprando lo mejor?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 279.
Tel. 3-0140.
MAQUINAS DE CORTA
HIERBA.
MAQUINAS PARA
LABRAR MADERA.
TECLES DIFERENCIA-
LES de 1/2, I y 2
toneladas, con sus
carros-guias.
TORNOS MECNICOS
RICARDO A. MIRO,
5.A.
Calle 16 Este #4
Tels.: 2-3335 y 2-2988.
"Vendemos barato para
vender ms."
Nuestros ESPEJOS embe-
llecen el hotel El Panam.
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Galle I* Este No. 4 Tal. 22SM
Felpa Mineralizada
Roja y Verda
Felpa Negra
de 15 y 30 lbs.
Clavos de Zinc
Balanzas 'Detecto'
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con ffl vela* d fuer? de luz blanc
moderna. Permanece encendida 50
hca por 1 (-tlon de kerosene Toma
94% ae AIRF. v solamente fi' da
KEROSENE. Complel.in.enle segura-
no explota ni necesita generador nt
bomba No produce humo ni ma'na
olore* Es tan sencilla que un nio
puede prenderla Nunca vista en Pa-
nama a Precio Un Bajo
por sto...B/.9.95
Trnamoa lodo lo Repuestos!
Da Vala en toda. la FERRETERAS
s MUEBLERAS.
a Distribuidores:
VVON CHAN. S. A.
Cals Calle t ; Ave. Balboa
Tel JOS.
Panam. Ave Central S3
Tel. i-2087
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.O.50
Entrega
inmediata
Reparaciones
generales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E #22
Tel 3-1713
PANAMA
COLON
NGULOS
3 4" x 3 4- 1 8" 20'
1" r 3, 16" 20'
1-1, 4" 1 8" 20'
1.1.4" 3 16" 20'
1-1. 2" 3.16" 20'
1-1/2" 1/ 4" 20'
1-3,4" 1/ 8" 20'
B .0.86
1.68
1.46
2.14
2.80
3.53
2.12
Y PLATINAS DE TODOS TAMAOS
EL GUILA
Calle "M" final
Tel. 2-2121
PERSIANAS <
&
PORRAS
a TELONES DE ALUMINIO
TELONES PLSTICOS
"Solarpruf" para vitrinas
Tel*. 2-3097 Panam
' Rifles de Baln
Morca "Daisy"
desde 2.95
Tenemos en existencia:
hierro de
refuerzo
claVos
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
LLEGA
a Santa Marta con un carga-
mento de sulfato de cobre pe-
ro no se volvi a saber ms
de l despus de su salida.
El capitn del barco hun-
dido, Lorenzo Robinson, dijo
que el cargamento no estaba
aseenrado. Los informes reci-
bidos hasta ahora sobre el
hundimiento del "Bad Penny"
son bastante confusos, "ero
se tiene entendido que el bar-
co se hundi lentamente, per-
mitiendo a sus tripulantes
abordar una balsa con provi-
siones para ocho dias.
El "Manhattan" Inform
que llegar a Coln maana,
pero no dl detall" sobre la
condicin de loe nufragos.
BETTY WILLIAMSON POR CORTESA DE
"RHODA"
Todas las noches a las 7:45 p.m. La Casa Rhoda, de Justo
Arosemena 62, presenta a la cancionera emocional Bettv"
Williamson. Betty, es un valor destacado del cancionero pa-
nameo j sus audiciones gozan del favor de los radio-oyentes
de la Red Panamericana.
Hace
na vez ms en la conveniencia
de esa unin, cada dia ms in-
dispensable, si se observa co.no
se agitan en el panorama poli-
tico aquellos personajes sinies-
tros que hace escasos dias tra-
taron de inferirle golpe moial
a la patria, cambiando la 1er-
ma democrtica de Gobierno
por una de corte autocrllco,
que les permita la realizacin
ce sus desmedidas ambiciones
personales.
Los grupos Inspirados en los
mismos ideales, los grupos que
lucharon valientemente contra
a entronizacin de tendencias
absolutistas, deben nuevamente
unirse para cerrarle el paso a
los elementos a que me he re-
I erido, y a quienes el pueblo
I castig severamente el 10 de
Imayo arrojndolos del Capitolio
Nacional.
El Presidente de la"Rpbilc;
reiteradamente, ha manlfesva-
flo su deseo de que el prxin.o
-cea un torneo electoral libre de
coacciones y rodeado de las ms
amplias garantas para todo del
cual surja vencedor el cancila-
o que obtenca mayor nmero
a votos. Todos los panameos
tinantes de la libertad estamos
obligados a colaborar con el Je-
ic del Estado en su patritico
empeo. Como es indispensable
una ley electoral que propicie
los afanes del Presidente Aro-
semena. considero ineludible
que representantes de todos los
Partidos estudien la que se hv
1.a actualmente en vigencia, a
fin de que corrijan sus errores
y se le introduzcan las enmien-
das necesarias. Ojal se proce-
diera cuan,o antes a realUar
e?ta tarea tan beneficiosa como
patritica.
Seores Convencionales:
No puedo terminar sin egre-
saros la simpata de mi Partido
i los votos de todos SV l'v.e-
grantes porque alcancis triun-
fos rotundos en vuestos Planes
democrticos Yo, personalmen-
te, me complazco, adems, en
testimoniarle al Ingeniero Nor-
berto Navarro, fundador y prin-
cipal animador del Partido R*-,
voluclonarlo Independiente, mli
amistad y mis deseos de que si-
ga en ascenso su carrera de li-
diador gallardo e infatigable, j
i
Celebra Israel
do fiesta nacional y todos loa
cafs y cantinas permanecen
cerrados y casi todos los carros
de alquiler de Tel Avlv han si-
do contratados por los partidos
polticos para traer a los votan-
tes desde las afueras de la ciu-
dad.
Cuba cambi
permanente de Cuba en las Na*
clones Unidas.
Surez dijo que el doctor Di i
higo reemplazar al doctor .Al-
berto mcente Al Varee *como'
Jefe de la delegacin de Cuba
ante la Organizacin Mundial.
No se dio ninguna razn para
el cambio.
~-~^-^^ i i
Wiley firma su
nam se refiere, las obligacio-
nes que emanan di mismo es-
tarn a cargo del Ministerio
de Agricultura, Comercio e In-
dustrias. Fn mi carcter t'.e ti-
tular de esta Cartera, cmple-
me asumir dicha responsabili-
dad con decision y entiuiasno,
y aprovecho el momento para
hacer un llamado a mbs colabo-
radores a fin de que ")resten
su concurso animado, inteligen-
te y leal. Y ape'o. ademar, a to-
dos los agricultores del pals
que ofrezcan su buena volun-
tad y su amplio apoyo a la rea-
lizacin del programa. E' Dro-
rslto en que nos empearnos
desde hoy se efectuar priui'M'-
dlalmente como obra de ellos y
en beneficio de ellos; 'os Invito,
pues, a que acudan sin vccila-
cin en solicitud de asis'encia
y consejo siempre que sea me-
nester.
Fructfera batida
24 personas dedicadas a los le
08 de suerte y azar. Fueron ae-
comisados un gran nmero C
dados y otros artculos para el
luego, adems de una cantidad
de dinero.
Segn declaraciones de los de-
tenidos, el encarsado del t ari-
to era el seor Vernon Rocke.r.
panameo nepro de 48. aos de
edad, y reside en Avenida Cen-
tral No. 8067-
Despus de prestar declara-
elones y ser multados, los dete-
nidos fueron puestos en liber-
tad por orden del Alcalde de la
ciudad.
Mientras la Polica Secreta M
dedicaba a allanar la casa de
tuegos. los cacos decidieron *-
provechar l oportunidad y vi-
sitar las oficinas de "El Pana-
m Amrica".
Los cacos al no poder abrir La
caja fuerte de nuestras oficina,
v como no les gusta la lectur
amena oue les ofrece "El Pan?-
ni Amrica", decidieron dedi-
carse a la tarea de romper i .-
dos los gabinetes de los escri-
torios
Hasta el momento de cerrar
ores de la Polica Secreta no se
hablan presentado hacer la Ins-
peccin respectiva.
CENTRAL
HOY!
Vctor MATURE Terry MOORE, en
"CASA DE JUEGO"
MARTES
ESTRENO DE DOMINGO
EN DIA DE SEMANA!
Era... perseguido como una
fiera por un crimen que
nunca cometi!
JUEVES
ESTRENO DE FIN DE
SEMANA!
James CAGNEY Virginia
invasin de West Point
Orn desfile sfe btIUia
y vntd...qut esfer-
as no tradicin de'
hidalgua y valer...
^- *- UlaiWJ I

PSIEIE
TESTIGOS
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LUNES. JULIO 3. 1951
tX PANAMA AMRICA DIARIO INMTKKDIXNTI
pagina um

Informes para eU seccin se reciben en la
Redaccin Social
de EL PANAMAAMERICA
Telefona S-1SM
HORAS: l:M a !: a.m.
Apartada 1S4
CRUCIGRAMA -
TT
ICockUil
Circuan invitaciones put un
cocktail que ofrecer SE- el
Embajador de los Estados Unl-
Ouln llene miedo!
Slo corro porque
tengo que Inscribirme
n el
til ** KADIOS
R.C.A. VICTOR
dos, seor John Cooper Wiley,1
ei prximo martes 31 de Julio
de 5.80 p.m. a T.80 p.m., en ho-
nor del seor Joseph J. Demp-
sey, Director del Departamento
de Relaciones Pblicas de la
Embajada de los Estados Uni-
dos, quien ha sido trasladado a
Buenos Aires, Argentina, y para
presentarles a los miembros de
la prensa panamea el nuevo
Encargado de la Oficina de Re-
laciones Pblicas, seor William
O. Arey, quien lleg en dias pa-
sados a Panam.
Ara, jo
El seor Jasper M. Leadbltter,
Primer Secretario de la Lega-
clon de Oran Bretaa y seora
Anna Lisa de Leadbltter, ofre-
cieron el domingo en la tarde
una simptica fiesta informal
en la piscina de su residencia
para agasajar a un pequeo
grupo de sus amistades.
1 Comida
La seora. Lola Mndez de
1 Mndez, ofreci una comida en
el Hotel El Panam para des-
pedir a la seora Elida Robles
de Ocaa y su hijas seoritas
Lidy y Astrid Ocaa Robles,
quienes despus d: haber pasa-
do una temporada visitando o
sus familiares en la capital, re-
gresaron al Salvador, lugar de
su residencia.
Almuerzo
Con motivo del cumpleaos
de su hija Teresita, el seor
rranklin Bernal y seora Mer-
cedes Ponce de Bernal, ofrecie-
ron ayer un almueno en el
Hotel El Panam.
PANAMA RADIO
CORPORATION
A' Central No. ti
Tel. 2-3364
t*er3i
"BERNARDO"
Se pose a 1 orden ir ni Dlftln-
eulfU Clientele en ni Saln 4e
Bel leu en ti Edificio CutUla de
Oro el lade del Hotel El Paoaau.
TeL 3-474
Para Sur Amrica
Despus de haber pasado una
corta temporada en Panam,
sigui viaje a Venezuela el se-
or Francisco Duefiss. Lo des-
pedimos cordialmente.
Para Centro Amrica
Despedimos al seor Mario
Bolaos y seora Olga B. de
Bolaos e hijo, quienes siguie-
ron ayer hacia San Jos, Costa
Rica, en donde fijarn su resi-
dencia y se ponen a las rde-
nes de sus amistades.
los nombre. ui la' 12Agradable al olfato.
33Bosques de pinos.
36Cabellos de las caballeras.
SUEnterarse de lo escrito,
con la vista.
38Avariento.
40Plegarla catlica.
43Uno de
Cibeles.
44Clase de perros. Pl.
46Aserrn, polvo de madera.
49Mirar.
00Bienestar fsico.
52Duracin eterna.
S3Demostrativo.
54Guarida de osos.
55Baile tipleo cubano.
VERTICALES:
1Bebida alcohlica.
2Ave australiana.
3Sable turco.
4Del verbo creer.
5Rio de Alemania.
6Preposicin.
7Concejal.
8Enviar.
9Perezosos.
,10Se atreva.
11Moneda japonesa.
19 Epocss.
18 Rio de Espaa, Inv.
20Que no son suaves.
21Que hace versos.
22Removis la tierra con
arado.
23Capital europea.
25Nombre de mujer.
26Existirs.
?.9Ciudad de Francia.
42Demostrativo, Pl.
44Animal con plumas.
45Caso de pronombre.
46Punto cardinal.
47Nombre de varn.
48Impar.
51Ocio de pronombre.
el
para iblla ... fe/...
Lin Sueo
r/raaao/e y reparador
coa
-MOHADAS
DF PLUMA
fiara el (Hogar
Para los Estados Unidos
Sigui a Washington, lugar
de su residencia, el seor Jos
Cristbal Sanchiz, despus de
haber pasado unos dias en.esta
ciudad visitando a sus familia-
res. Lo despedimos atentamen-
te.
HORIZONTALES:
1Monarca.
4Tener creencias.
9Me dirijo a alguna parte
12Propietario, Inv.
18Del verbo rendir.
14Cocine en seco.
Ricardo Chlarl
B. de Chlarl.
y seora Flora
De loe Estados Unido
Presentamos un cordial salu-
do de bienvenida al seor Ro-
berto de la Guardia y seora
Isabel de de la Guardia, quie-
nes llegaron hoy de Nueva York
a bordo del vapor Panam.
De Centro Amrica
Saludamos al seor Ral A.
Gasteazoro quien regres de *u
corto viaje de negocios por
Centro Amrica y Mxico.
Ayer sigui rumbo a La Ha-
bana, Cuba, la apreclabie se-
ora Antonia Nez de Harri-
son, quien va a esa ciudad a
reunirse con su esposo Richard
W. Harrison. Acompaa a tan
gentil viajera, su graciosa hljlta
Vennesa. Grata estada les de-
seamos en el pas hermano.
Aniversario de Matrimonie
Nuestras felicitaciones para el
seor Miguel Arbaiza y seora
Lucrecia Romero de Arbaiza
quienes celebran en esta fecha
aos de casados.
15Alimentan,
17Representacin de la
divinidad.
19Agrupacin Estudiantil
Argentina, Inlc.
20Tender.
21Politestas.
24Del verbo toser.
27Rezas.
38Dividir, en ingls.
30Caso de pronombre.
31Escuela Agrnoma Nacional,
Inic.
32Dar los leos.
33Partido Independentl.it
Revolucionarlo, Inic.
34Caso de pronombre.
35Cuerpo simple de olor
muy fuerte.
18 Uan.
37Planta de flores rojas.
30Undcimas.
41Voltees.
ncabamo* de
recibir:
ARTCULOS PLSTICOS
un variado surtido para todos
los usos dP I- cocina.
sus t. ..
ras
TABLAS de PLANCHAR
de madera y de hierro!
JABN en POLVO 'RAD'
un gran desinfectante especial
para ropa y pisos.
Economice Ud. limpiando j
usada una nueva con
sus propios vestidos con ..i^THER VITA" lquido
RENEZIT par* limpiar si p#eial para artculos ds
soco. cusro.
FLIT por galn BLACK FLAG
en envases pequeos.
COOK-KILL ACEITE O'CEDAR
para pisos y muebles.
Aceite Puro de Oliva "DURET"
en 1/4 de galn y galn.
tAZAR FRANCES
HEURTEMATTE Y CA.
Plata Santa Ana Panam
Grata estada les deseamos a
los seores Manolo Ventura, y
Gonzalo Segares, quienes pro-
cedentes de San Jos, Costa Ri-
ca, se encuentran pasando va-
rios dias en el Hotel El Pana-
m.
Bautiao
En la Iglesia de Cristo Rey
recibi las aguas lstrales la
nia Elena del Carmen Peralta
Arosemena hija de nuestro
compaero de labores don Ra-
fael M. Peralta. O. y su estima-
da esposa doa? Berta A. de Pe-
ralta. Fueron sus padrinos don
Alvaro Lpez y la nia Berta
A. Peralta A. Nuestras felicita-
ciones para la nueva cristia-
na.
Cumpleaos de Hoy Sra. Lollta Muoz quez, rPasa Va Par de Col Vels-4>
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jora de la seora Marcela Li-
nares de de Haseth quien aban-
don 1 Clnica San Fernando
en donde estuvo recluida por
varios diai.
Condolencia
En la ciudad de Aguadulce
dej de existir el distinguido
seor Alfredo Chlarl. Presenta-
mos nuestras ms sentidas
frases de condolencia a sus nu-
merosos deudos, muy especial-
mente a su hermano Doctor
Eduardo Chiari y seora Ca-
rolina M. de Chiari, a sus sobri-
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Tela.: 1-1130 y t-ltS!
ENTREGA A DOMICILIO
Es la pluma mas deseada del mundo-
la nica pluma con si Sistema Atro-matric da Tinta
Un solo rasgoy usted sabr por qu la Nueva "51"
htee olvidar todas las dems plumas. La tinta fluye al insume
regulada especialmente a travs de la plumilla de oro de
14K hasta que se revela en rasgos infalibles. Se llena con
rapidez y seguridad. El depsito de Pli-glass, de gran longe-
vidad, no condene una sola pieza de caucho. La nueva "51",
cuya nueva precisin y belleza han sido objeto de universal
elogio, es el obsequio que le ser eternamente agradecido.
Escoja hoy mismo la de su gusto.
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r.*f;iNA OCHO
BL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
LUNES, JULIO SI, II
Los Punteros Del Basket Mayor Tienen Hoy
Otro Paso Difcil En Su Juego Con El Bam

Tambin est anunciado
el partido entre Madu-
rito y Mauricio
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Campeonato de Basketball
la. Categora
CIRCUITO MASCULINO
ProT. de Panam
U. Vuelta
G. P. Pje-
Lord Cheater ...... 0 1.000
C. Vieja ........... -50
Madurito ............ 3 .400
Dep. Bam.........2 3 .400
Mauricio -........ 1 3 .250
Loa dos encuentros que ofrece
esta noche el Campeonato mas-
culino del Basketball mayor en
el Gimnasio Nacional, corrern
a cargo de los en]untos:
LORD CHESTER fl BAM
y
MADURITO vs MAURICIO
Los clgarrllleros, que vuelven
Los Yanquis Vencieron a Los
Medias Blancas Dos Veces y
Los Indios a Los Medias Rojas
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Los Yanquis se alejaron de
sus inmediatos contrarios en la
lucha por el pennat de la Liga
Americana al derrotar ayer dos
veces a los Medias Blancas de
Chicago en el doble Juego que
celebraron.
En el primero los neoyorqui-
nos ganaron por anotacin de 8
carreras a 3 y en el segundo
por 2 carreras a 0.
Mientras tanto los Medias Ro
jas cayeron derrotados frente
a los Indios de Cleveland por
5 carreras a 4. Los Indios se en-
a 4. Los Atlticos el segundo
por 3 a 0. Senadores y Carme-
litas tambin dividieron al ga-
nar el Washington el primero
por 7 a 2 y los Senadores del
San Luis el segundo por 8 a 8.
En la Liga Nacional
Los Dodgers de Brooklyn au-
mentaron su ven tal a en la pri-
mera colocacin al derrotar &
los Cardenales de San Lula por
9 carreras a 3 en el nico par-
tido que celebraron.
En los otros juegos de este
perfilarse como ganadores de cuentran en el segundo )ugar circuito los Piratas y los Bra-
la segunda etapa, defendern de fa iucna j^,, tedias Rojas vos dividieron honores al ganar
u invicto frente a los cervece- terceros e)' chlcag0 en el cuar los Piratas el primero por 6 a 2,
ros, que a su vez lucharan por tQ luearJ pero perdieron el segundo por
5 a 4. Mientras loa Gigantea
derrotaron a los Rojos de Cln-
cinattl por 3 carreras a 1 y
los Cachorros de Chicago a las
Filis por 5 a '4.
recuperar el terreno perdido y i
mejorar su opcin en esta jor-1 Mientras tanto los Tigres de
nada. i Detroit y los Atlticos dlvidle-
En el otro encuentro anun-1 ron honore. Los Tigres ganaron
ciado, el Madurito deber pre-1 el primer juego por 8 carreras
entarse a jugar contra el Mau-
ricio, pero resulta que el pri-
mer equipo parti ayer hacia
El Salvador para sostener va-
rio encuentros, y lo peor de!
caso es que te fu sin la debida
y legal autorizacin de nuestras
autoridades deportivas, lo que
podr acarrearle seria dificul-
tades tanto al conjunto como a
loa jugadores.
Debido-a la posibilidad de que
Full y Gorsewood Ganaron Los
Eventos Estelar De Ayer En J.F.
FULL Y GORSEWOOD
el Madurito no se presente a
jugar esta noche, la Liga pre-
sentara un juego del campeo-
nato de 2a.
En los encuentros del circui-
to mayor del sbado, el Maduri-
to le san al Bam en un rei-
do final poi dos puntos, y en,
el tiego emeniu el Crdenas *> vencer al lote de la clase B
coi, una efectiva reaccin se sobre un tiro _de 1600 metro*.
Por RDEME
Full y Gorsemood ganaron los
eventos principales de la fun-
cin hpica celebrada ayer en
el Hipdromo Nacional.
Full sorprendi a la ctedra
impuso al Operten.
Social Deportiva
FALLECI EL DEPORTISTA
LU'S F. CALVO
t ver tarde falleci el joven,
deportista Luis F. Calvo, que i derecha atropello con
El magnfico ejemplar del Stud
Cococha sall por delante y
abri amplia ventaja sobre el
resto de los competidores, men
tras que el gran favorito, Ro-
yal Coup parti muy mal de las
gateras. A pesar de ello cuan-
do desembocaron en la tierra
muchas
mil't en equipos de primera v
efunda categora del ftbol
prr inciiii, hermano del depor-
tisli Ral Calvo y sobrino de
lo* futbolistas Manuel y Julio
Fl uroa.
, 'i entierro tuvo lugar esta
m'"ana a las II.
.'i registrar este triste suceso,
m'-mos nuestro sentido psa-
me a aus padrea y familiares.
COMPRE...
TROPIDURA ;
PROTEJAMOS LA
INDUSTRIA NACIONAL!
energas y se coloc en el se-
gundo lugar cerca del puntero
Full, lo mismo que Fair Chance.
Pero el esuerzo haba sido muy
grande y cuando entraron al
disco la cmara fotogrfica re-
gistr que el ganador haba si-
do Full por una nariz, segundo
Royal Coup y tercero Fair
Chance.
El triunfo de Full fu Ines-
perado y reparti a ganador
uno de los dividendos ms Ju-
gosos de la funcin hpica do-
minical. Mientras tanto en la
otra prueba estelar se Impuso
el pupilo del Stud Cantagallo,
Gorsewood con otra magnifica
demostracin, que lo garantiza
ya como un de los competido-
res de la clase "A". Gorsewood
CUDRUPLE POTENCIA
con el
ftaecfio
El nuevo Insecticida FLIT, de accin
instantnea y efecto duradero, es de
cudruple accin porque contiene:
S3
[wKTBWaiJ
D. D. T. y CLORDANO.psrs
efectos duraderos.ISOBORNIL
y PIRETRINASfpara matar
insecto* instantneamente.
que corri nada ms en la tie-
rra derecha, galop toda la
carrera siguiendo a loa punte-
ros y cuando su Jinete lo salt
pas como un blido y gan
sobrado. Segunda lleg Gris.
Tiene examen final
hoy el curso para
antadores de bisbol
El Curso para Anotadores de
Baseball que se encuentra en
au ltima semana de labores,
tiene esta noche el principal
examen de las pruebas finales
que darn a conocer loa depor-
tistas que aprobaron satisfacto-
riamente la materia y tendrn
derecho a un certificado Ofi-
cial del Departamento de Edu-
cacin Fsica.
La prueba tendr lugar en el
Saln de la Escuela Manuel Jo-
te Hurtado, donde se ha venido
dictando el Curso dirigido por
el conoci Anotador Oficial, se-
or Grlmaldo Crdoba, quien
ha resultado un competente
profesor de la materia.
Como Jurados actuarn los
seores Reinaldo de la Rosa,
Arqulmedes Fernndez, Toms
Cupas y Csar Mora, asi como
tambin asistirn distinguida-;
fieuras de nuestro deporte y
miembros de la- Federacin e
calidad de invitados especiales.
Varas corridas
de toros habr
en esta ciudad
Los afioionadoa a la fiesta
brava estn de plcemes. Acaba
Se llegar a esta ciudad de paso
para Venezuela, el 'Circo Es-
paa", empresa que presentar
aqu varias corridas de toros ue
acuerdo con las Informaciones
que nos fueron suministrada-;.
El .Circo Espaa posee una
plaza de toros porttil con tn-
Mwr.a con capasidad para 2.-
500 personas y ae propone brr.-
dar variaa corridas de toros a
muerte al estilo espaol. La ins-
talacin del circo se har en los
terrenos del "JarUn 8an Fran-
cisco" y au inauguracin la cla-
remos a conocer oportunamente
Los amantes ue este deporte
podrn admirar ::. esta tempe-
reda a varios de us ms dcsta
(-dos toreros qut con gran lujo
M han presentado en las plazas
espaolas y mexicanas.
El Canad le gan
a la seleccin de
Chorrera en bisbol
El equipo Canad venci ayer
a la Seleccin Chorrerana en el
reido partido de baseball que
sostuvieron en el cuadro de Ba-
rraza como parte del Programa
que ae desarroll en el Home-
naje a Jos Checa.
Los equipos lucharon en todo
momento por la victoria y loa
capitalinos lograron la victoria
en el ltimo episodio, cuando
con las anotaciones en su con-
tra por 5 a 4, anotaron dos ca-
rreras para salir airosos.
Berrio comenz lanzando por
el Canad pero fu reemplaza-
do por Hostin, que result el
pitcher ganador; el perdedor
fu Calazn Hernndez.
Angelini y Mauricio
se miden en juego
importante maana
Maana tendr lugar el jc-
gundo partido de la Serie Final
por el Campeonato del Circuito
Pemi-intermedio de la Liga Ju-
venil de Santa Rita que dirige
el ato Martiz. entre los equipos
Angelini y Mauricio.
El primer encuentro lo gan
el Angelini por 3 a 1, de mane-
ra que si maana vuelven a im-
ponerse se anexarn el titulo,
le presentar aqu la
elacin exacta de la
pelea Turpin-Robinson
, La relacin exacta de la co-
mentada pelea del Campeonato
Mundial de Peso Mediano entre
el ex-tltular Ray Robinson y el
nuevo monarca de esta divisin
el Ingls Randolph Turpln, se-
r presentada en esta ciudad
con la pelcula que ae firm el
da del encuentro en Earl's
Court de Londres el 10 de Ju-
lio.
El match se ha mencionado
como la 'Suprema y Sensacio-
nal pelea de este tiempo", y
caus sensacin en los crculos
deportivos mundiales ya que
Turpln en un electrizante final,
gan la decisin de 15 rounds
sobre Roblnaon para convertir-
se en el primer Campen Mun-
dial de peso medio- Ingls des-
de 1894 cuando Bob Fltzslm-
mons dej el ttulo para pelear
en la clase pesada.
Robinson, considerado como
el mejor boxeador de esta ge-
neracin por los expertos era
favorito. Ha sufrido una segun-
da derrota en su carrera de 133
peleas, mientras que Turpln re-
gistro su 41 victoria en 44 pe-
leas. Todas las localidades es-
taban vendidas a los tres das
de haberse anunciado la pelea.
Cuando el arbitro alz la ma
no de Turpln despus de la pe-
lea, ste se dirigi a los nume-
rosos y contentos fanticos in-
gleses en los siguientes trmi-
nos: 'Espero retener el titulo
para ustedes, por mucho tiem-
po".
Al nuevo Campen que osten-
ta la corona Britnica y Euro-
pea, no le daban mucha opcin
en su pais sobre el triunfo, a
pesar d que l habia dicho,
que Iba a ganar cuando dijo:
Alguien tiene que enfrentarse
al nio grande y ese alguien
puedo ser yo', refirindose al
norteamericano Sugar Ray Ro-
binson.
Jos Checa recibi la Medalla al Mrito de nuestro deporte
Los Gases ei
el Estomago
fon Poliposos
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Con entusiasmo se efectu ayer el homenaje, que se le tribut al gran deportista nacional,
Jos A. Checa, por su efectiva labor a favor de nuestro deporte, y esta vista muestra el mo-
mento en que el Lie. Manuel Roy, Director General del Departamento de Educacin Fsica,
impone a Chequita la Medalla al Mrito. A la izquierda se ve al popular Mayor Alemn, que
como siempre prest su amplia cooperacin al homenaje; a la derecha aparece tambin el
entusiasta Arturo Illueca, Presidente de la Federacin Nacional de Baseball, y en el centro
estn dos de los arbitros que acompaaron a su coleta ea el acto de ayer.
El Roque se impuso
a Eva Chorrera por
3-2 en ftbol ayer
El equino colonense de Pri-
mera categora, Deportivo Ro-
que se impuso ayer tarde en el
Campo de Matuna a la Selec-
cin Chorrerana por 3 tantos a
dos en un movido e interesante
encuentro.
Ambos equipos se desplegaron
ron entusiasmo y ofrecieron
una satisfactoria actuacin. Los
colonenses desde el primer tiem
po partieron por delante, fina-
lizando esta etapa a su favor
por 1 a 0.
En el segundo tiempo ambos
oncenos marcaron dos goles.
Por los chorreranos se luci el
veterano y conocido jugador
Cruso Campos, al anotar los dos
tantos de los chorreranos.
Los punteros del basket
de Catedral defienden
esta noche su posicin!
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
G. P.
Don eco __......... 1
La Mueca ........1 0
Mauricio .......... 1 1
T. Sousa ............. 1 1
Surex ............... 1 1
O. Sosa............ 1 1
Jantzen .......'___0 1
Morris .......____0 1
La Justa de Basketball de la
Liga de Catedral tiene para es-
ta noche en el Gimnasio del
Maran dos atractivos parti-
dos a cargo de los quintetos:
DON ECO vs MORRIS
LA MUflECA vs JANTZEN
Pje.
i non
1.000
.500
.500
.500
.500
.000
.000
Por el actual estado de los
equipos podemos ver que justa-*
mente se medirn los dos equi-
pos que marchan invictos en ell
comando con los conjuntos qusj
se encuentran en la retaguar-
dia sin puntuacin; por lo tan-I
to el Don eco y el Dep. Mu-I
eca tendrn que luchar conl
empeo ya que sus riv'e 'I I
Morris y Jantzen van dispues-l
tos por todos los medios posl-l
bles a entrar en la columna nal
ganadores; y de resultar es'ol
ltimo, tendremos entonces ell
curioso hecho de que todos los |
equipos quedarn empatados.
AMAS DE CASA
Tambin Ganan 6/. 100 oo
La seora Fred S. Werts de Curund, Zona del Canal, recibe
un cheque por B/. 100.00 que le entrega el Sr. Alfredo
Wendehake por haber comprado en la Bodega Ancn, fren-
" te al Correo de Ancn, la botella de MONTEZUMA que con-
tena el boleto No. 4677 que sali premiado el 8 de Julio
en la Lotera.
Mejores RUM and COKE para los visitantes de su hogar con
RON MONTEZUMA
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PARA
UNA SONRISA
HECHICERA
CREMA DENTAL
PEPSODENT
PARA
BELLEZA
CAUTIVADORA


LUNES, JULIO 36. 1951
,CL PANAMA AMERICA DLABlO tSOtPtSDVBtm
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PAtiINI NUEVf
TEATRO
PRESIDENTE
MAANA y MIERCOL
A LAS 6:00 y :M P.M.
3
NICAS PRESENTACIONES P**"" -,.WA,
DE LA SENSACIONAL ESTRELLA.DEL CINE MEXICANO!
AMALIA
AGUILAR
DOS VECES GANADORA DEL TITULO DE
LA MEJOR BAILARINA DEL CINE
ACOMPAADA POR LA 8UPKR-ORQUESTA
ANGELO JASPE
EN LA PANTALLA UN ORAN ESTRENO! ,
Roberto Caedo LU del Valle en
EL CRISTO A MI CABECERA
-TEATRO CECILIA -
Ha V UlUmu
" Presentaciones!
A LAS 9:00 P.M.
PROFESOR DILMER
FORMIDABLE ILU8IONI8TA
VENTRLOCUO Y
HUMORISTA.
En la pantalla:
Desde lai 3 p.m.
Doble musical en colores!
Gene Kelly, en
"VALLE ALEGRE"
Adems: -
Van Johnson, en
'A CASARSE TOCAN"
MAANA PRE ESTRENO
AL FIN PODRA VER LA ESPERADA
PELCULA CUBANA!
#* TRGPK
o "BAJO EL CIELO HABANERO"
EL CANTO A LA BELLEZA DE LA MUJER TROPICAL!.-
Cantos, Bailes, Bellos Paisajes y Artsticas
Escenas al Desnudo!
Con la SONORA MATANCERA... Artistas panameos Faronk
SANTAMARA y Rosita DIAZ Una chiquilla de ocho anos
bailando mambo como nadie nunca lo habla hecho!!..
NO ES INMORAL!
NO APTA PARA MENORES DE 16 AOS'.
PRESIDENTE
HOY
ULTIMAS
EXHIBICIONES!
Carcajadas...
Alegra...
Canciones...!
con
Rosita
QUINTANA
en
Mi Querido Capitn
HOY! ULTIMO DA!
CHACHITA
Freddy FERNANDEZ
DOMINGO SOLER
en
^POBRES
JUEVES
MANOLIN
EL CMICO DEL DA
en
PARA JIEIR HASTA
CANSARSE!
MANOLIN
SHILINSKY
DELIA MAGAA
VITOLA
JUEVES *
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pasiones...!
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ERNESTO ALONSO, en
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con ISABELA CORONA
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Panamericana
1090 Kcs
HOY LUNES
3: JO Don Qaakero
dramatizacln, cortesa de
Avena Quaker.
3:45 Cuarteto Mayo
dirige Rene Santos
4:00 Noticiero Pereira
4:15 Dedicatorias
5:45 Drcula, El Hombre
Vampiro
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
Nacho Valds
6:15 Kerima, la Cancionera
Sentimental
6:30 Sucesos de la Humanidad
Dramatizacln R.P.A.
6:45 Sus canciones preferidas
Flavlo Oarcia
acompaa Lucho Muoz
7:06 Lucho Aicrrag*
y su rgano
7:19 Lazos de Odio
dramatizacln, cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel. '
7:30 Pginas de Amor
dramatizacln, cortesa de
El guila Imperial
7:45 La Voz Emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
8:00 El Diario de una Mujer
dramatizacln cortesa de
Almacenes La Aurora.
8:15 En Voz Baja
con Anlta VUlalaz
cortesa de la mueblera
La Euronea
8:30 Variedades musicales
9:00 Mujeres entre Rejas.
Dramatizacln.
Cortesa de Casa Angellni
9:15 Serenata de las Americas
con Soils y Gmez
cortesa Bazar Panam
0:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Los Panamericanos
10:15 Francia y su msica
10:30 Dramatizacln B.B.C.
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
10:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
MAANA MARTES
A.M.
6:00 Buenos dias
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi tierra
7:30 Noticiero RPA
f,
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i
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ICAVE />
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TECNICOLOR
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Comienza
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La pelcula monumental que
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15 ASALTOS
45 Minutos de PELEA 52 Minutos de EXHIBICIN!
__ ADEMAS:
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BANDOLERO"
con
ELLA RAINES
WALTER BRENNAN
En Colores!
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en una pelcula de
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con
ISABEL JEWELL
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Amor y Sacrificio!... Bailes y
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rtRNANDO FERNANDEZ
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' s-?
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Airo Acondicionado____
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Stephen Mcally. en
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Dick Powell Rhonda Fleming, an
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IOS VIEJOS SOMOS ASI"
____HISP ANO _
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-y-
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DIANA LYNN CHARLES
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esl-
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Gilbert Roland Robert Stack
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La Patrulla Indmita"
- y -
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