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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BUENOS AIRES
AN INDEPEND
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D^ILY NEWSPAPER
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is tafe" Abraham Lincoln.
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TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1951
FIVE CINW
A-Bomb Production Hits
New High In US
Chemicals Gnawed Leaks
As Penny' Crew Pumped
NO CEASE-FIRE HERE... YET! While their top commanders sought to arrange a truce in
the Korean fighting, these G.I.'s kept throwing deadly steel and explosives at the enemy. This
Is a U. 8. Army 75-mm. recoilless rifle crew Its members shielding their ears against the
gun's blast pounding away at Red targets somewhere, in Korea.
Pace Tells Senate
War Threatens
At Standstill; .Ymesiavia
Korea Negotiations
Deadlock Continues
PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 31
(UP>United Nations and Com-
munist ceasefire negotiators
argued without progress for one
hour 35 minutes today over
where to end the Korean war.
A United Nations communique
aid: "There was no perceptible
change In the expressed view-
points of the two delegations...
No progress can be reported as
a result of today's conference."
The negotiators will meet
again 11 a. m. tomorrow for-an-
other attempt to break the five-
day-old deadlock over the loca-
tion of th armistice demarca-
tion line and buffer zone be-
tween the two armies.
The Communists still demand
this should be along the 38th
parallel, which would mean the
Allies retreating 30 miles or
more from their present posi-
tions in some sectors.
The United Nations deegatlon
holds the line should be along
the present fighting front.
There is speculation that the
Communists may ask for a re-
cess tomorrow to consult Pelping
and Pyongyang, the Commun-
ist capitals.
They resorted to similar tac-
tics July 21 when the confer-
ence threatened to collapse over
Communist demands on the
post-Armistice withdrawal of
foreign troops from Korea.
For the Allies to withdraw to
the 38th parallel would Involve
the yellding without a fight of
about 2,125 square miles of
North Korean territory captured
in hard battle.
Yankee Tailor
Hopes Pants
Fit 'Uncle Joe'
WASHINGTON, July 31 (UP)
The president of a men's
clothing manufacturing com-
pany today announced that he
will send Stalin a pair of pants
made under the system of "free"
enterprise In the United States.
and will ask to be pardoned for
using the word "free" In his
letter;
David Lewis said that he read
a complaint in the newspaper
"Red star" of Moscow about a
Russian tailor who was making
pants too long and too tight,
with one leg shorter than the
other.
Lewis wrote Stalin: "I have
read about your pants' pro-
blems In one of your newspa-
pers. Most likely It couldn't be
more, than a mental state. When
the people think they have a
large size, the pants don't fit:
it could be that they are not
well cut. If these do not pinch
in the waist, or if- the legs do
not bother you, you will be in
a better humor, and everything
will be better. At least. Joe. I
am sending one of our pants
in the interest of international
friendship."
Italian Lass Gets Offers
Via Mails, Marries Soapman
NEW YORK, July 31 (UP)A 2,000 letters and'three men who
pretty Italian girl said on her ar- figured they could put up a bet-
dI *nJ... *V.nt "It'e Hire a ti-Uflv ? >mi>^nrt in r.**rv. hnnmifl
rival today that "It's like a lovely
dream" to finally get to Ameri-
ca" but how she got here was
dream enough in itself.
Lillanl Blagi, 27, was a typist
for an optical firm in Florence,
Italy, when In 194? she decided
to Improve her English.
In the pages of Margaret Mit-
chell's "Gone With The Wind"
she came across the name of the
Atlanta, Ga.. Constitution and
wrote the paper to request an
American correspondentstrict-
ly for literary purposes.
Lllianl also enclosed a photo-
graph which the Constitution
rushed right to the engraving
room and Into print. That did It.
lillanl was bombarded with
ter argument in person hopped
boats to woo the fair slgnorina.
A farmer from South Carolina
came first, in the summer of 1950,
to ask for her hand. She refused.
Next was George V. Miller, 39-
year-old employe of Colgate-
Palmollve-Peet Company from
Jeffersonvllle, Ind. The soapman
and Lllianl were married last
Oct. 26 In Florence.
er, a California doctor, found out
on his arrival that he was a
month late.
Mrs. Miller arrived today to
Join her hoosler husband. They
will go to his Indiana home by
car. .
WASHINGTON, July 31 (UP)
United States Secretary of the
Army Frank C. Pace Jr. has
warned Senators that a Russian
attack on Iran and Yugoslavia
may be Imminent, and that the
United States might be fighting
a third World War "at any mo-
ment."
Pace told a Senate military
spending subcommittee In a clos-
ed door session yesterday that:
"The free world may be con-
fronted at any moment with
Communist aggression in Iran,
Yugoslavia or some other inter-
national soft spot.
"At any moment, should the
Soviets see fit to attack, we may
be fighting another World War."
Pace told the committee that
despite the risk Involved he still
favors policies of limited rather
than total mobilization for the
United States.
He said limited mobilization
would permit a rapid buildup if
full mobilization was necessary.
and could be sustained for a long
period without economic crack-
up. ___________
IESC To Consider
Materials, Prices
Al Panam Session
WASHINGTON, July 31 (USIS)
Ways of Increasing the supply
of scarce raw materials, effects
of price controls on the econo-
mies of the American Republics
and studies of their transporta-
tion needs will be among items
considered at the second extraor-
dinary session of the Interamerl-
can Economic and Social Council,
opening In Panama City on Au-
gust 20.
The agenda was made public
following a meeting of the Coun-
cl Ihere today, at which the dele-
gates voted to Invite a number of
organizations to send observers
to the extraordinary session.
The Council voted, eleven to two
to Invite an observer from the
Congress of Industrial Organiza-
tions, one of the two largest trade
union federations In the United
States. Argentina and the Domi-
nican Republic opposed the idea,
which was proposed by Uruguay.
The delegates voted unani-
mously to invite a representative
from the Interamerican Council
of Commerce and Production.
They decided. 12 to one. to Invite
a representative from the Inter-
national Catholic Union of So-
cial Services. Ecuador opposed
the motion.
Dr. Jorge Mejla Palacio of Co-
The six-man crew of the foun-
dered Colombian freighter Bad
Penny, 80 tons, told today how
they were forced to take to their
lifeboat in mid-Caribbean as
chemicals gnawed leaks in the
hull and Immobilized the pumps.
The tanker Manhattan, which
picked up the castaways yester-
day about halfway between Hon-
duras and Jamaica, landed them
at Cristobal early this morning.
The six, all Colombians from
San Andrs, are: Lorenzo Robin-
son (captain), Vlncente Robin-
son, Enrique Archibald, Edmes-
ton Francis, Jacinto Robinson
and Samuel R. Taylor.
They have sailed together for
years.
Only member-of the crew not
so far ashore Is the Bad Penny's
dog, which stuck by the crew
through all the troubles.
The mutt is still on the Man-
RR And Terminals
Bureau Moving This
Week To Cristobal
The headquarters and offices
of the Railroad and Terminals
Bureau will be moved to Cristo-
bal Thursday and Friday.
The offices of the Railroad and
Terminals Director and the
Roadmaster will be transferred
on Thursday. The Master of
Transportation and Dispatchers
will move the following day.
They are being transferred
from Balboa Heights to the sec-
ond floor of the Terminals Build-
ing in Cristobal.
New telephone numbers for the
main offices will be: Office of
the. Director, 3-1904; Roadmas-
ter, 3-2170; and Master of Trans-
portation, 3-1928.
The steamship ticket agent's
office will remain in Its present
location on the Pacific side.
These offices are being moved
to Cristobal, where the Termin-
als Division is now located, to
consolidate the entire Bureau as
one unit on the Atlantic side,
where most railroad and shipping
activity is carried on. The major-
ity of the main offices of local
steamship agencies are also lo-
cated on the Atlantic side of the'
Isthmus.
hattan by order of the quaran-
tine authorities.
The Bad Penny sailed from Mi-
ami for Santa Marta July 7 with
art uninsured cargo of copper sul-
phate valued at $15,000.
She put Into Haiti July 11, then
sailed again for Santa Marta.
One day out of Haiti she start-
ed leaking, as If the chemical
cargo had acted on metal por-
tions of the hull.
The leaks were held In check
for a time with pumping.
Then the copper sulphate went
to work on the metal fuel lines
from the tanks to the motors,
cutting off the fuel.
This stopped the pumps, driv-
en by the main engine.
The crew set to with buckets
to hold back the water creeping
through the hull. Meanwhile
their craft was drifting as help-
lessly as later did their lifeboat.
The bucket operation lasted
about a week. It was a losing
fight.
Gradually the water inched up-
wards. It was clear thev would
have to take to the'lifeboat in
the end, if rescue did not come
first.
The seas were kind. Provisions
and water held out well.
Finally July 26 the Bad Penny
could not be kept afloat longer.
The crew took to their single
lifeboat in good order though
three had received acid burns
working among the chemicals.
They were about 40 hours in
the boat before being chanced
upon by the Manhattan.
It is believed there was no gen-
eral emergency call out for them,
though they were already some
time overdue.
The Bad Penny carried no ra-
dio to communicate Its own
plight.
Civilian Defense
Musi Conquer Fear
Of Afomic Attack
TALLAHASSEE. Fla., July 31.
(UP)Civil Defense Adminis-
trator MUlard F. Caldwell said
today that at least 16.000,000
Americans must be trained in
civil defense as a means of over-
coming the "fear conception" of
atomic aatack.
Caldwell told 500 Florida
educators and civilian defense
leaders that Russia has a vast
espionage system at work in
this country "to keep them In-
formed on how well- we are pre-
pared for an atomic disaster."
He said if the Communists
"know we can take such disaster
and go on with our production
and overcome the shock, they
will be less likely to try such ah
attack.
The former Governor of Flor-
ida warned that six A-bombs
dropped on American cities
"could so shock and stagger our
people, they would lose all ef-
forts at reslstence and even the
will to fight."
"That fear conception." he
said, "must be defeated." He
added that adequate defense is
one way to do it.
Dr. R. J. Alfcro
Returns Tonight
From New York
Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro, ex-Pre-
sldent of Panam, who has fre-
quently represented the nation
In international organizations,
will return from New York late
tonight aboard Pan American's
"Inter-Americano."
Dr. Alfaro will be welcomed at
Tocumen by a number of friends
and high government officials
Panam Referred
To As Member Of
Baseball Cartel
WASHINGTON, Julv 31 (UP)
Chairman Emmanuel Celler
of the House Monopoly Com-
mittee Investigating organized
baseball's player reserve clause
In the light of anti-trust law?
said that baseball's reserve
clause agreements with teams
In Cuba. Puerto Rico, Venezuela'
and Panama make the game an
International cartel.
"This Is no reflection on base-
ball." he added hurriedly.
The clause binds a player to
the club with which he origin-
ally signed unless he Is sold or
traded. Celler accused the game
of blacklisting players who
violate the reserve clause.
National League President
Ford Frlck objected that the
player Is merely "lnellgle" to
?lav for or against any organ-
ized baseball team or in a park
belonging to an organized club.
But Frlck finally admitted
that amounted to blacklist.
Frlck .said baseball Immortal Ty
Cobb's suggested long term
contract as a substitute for the
reserve clause would not work.
I
WASHINGTON, July 31 (UP) The United State.
Atomic Energy Commission in its 10th semi-annual report
to Congress, a 151 page document said production of
atomic bombs reached an all-time high during the first
part of 1951 and progress was made in developing atomic
engines for planes and submarines.
The report also said that it is preparing for "addi-
tional full-scale tests" of atomic weapons in the Nevada
desert and at Eniwetok Island in the Pacific. However the
Commission gave no hint as to whether the new teits
would involve the dread hydrogen superbomb which has
now been under development for 15 months.
The report gave little detailed information about Hie
secrecy-shrouded atomic program, but was studded with
general statements indicating that it is moving full speed
ahead.
Highlights of the optimistic re-
port included: /
First that the output of atomic
bombs from the existing facili-
ties were Increased and that con-
struction work got under way on
two new giant .plants near Alk-
en. South Carolina and at Padu-
cam, Kentuckyto step up pro-
duction still further.
Second, that the raw materials
outlook had brightened consid-
erably With the domestic mining
of Uranium Increasing to the
point where the United States is
now second only to the Belgian
Congo In the free world.
Third, that the "theoretical
feasibility of airplanes has been
established and development
work" was pressed during the
past six months by the General
Electric Company.
Fourth, that the construction
of an atomic engine for subma-
rines is well advanced at Arco,
Idaho Reactor Station, and de-
sign work is progressing for an-
other one. United 8tates Navy
sources predict that a submarine
propelled by atomic power will be
Strike Coll Gets
Scant Response
In Panama Today
Business in Panama continued
at a normal pace today despite
the threatened strike called by
the Committee Against The High
Cost of Living:.
The strike call apparently halt-
ed no commercial enterprises In
Panama.
A large number of Panama's
National Police were on hand to
offer protection to merchants
who wished to remain open, and
not participate in the strike.
There were no reports of vio-
lence of any kind as traffic con-
tinued, people went to work and
business was "as usual."
undergoing tests within two
years. Atomic submarines could
cruise submerged almost indefi-
nitely.
Fifth, that the experimental
"breeder reactor" is nearly fin-
ished at Arco. If It works accord-
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 4)
Airlines Jockeying
For Isthmian Routes
NEW YORK. July 31 (UP).
National Airlines announced to-
day it will seek to extend its
route from Havana to Panama
City. This will enable National
to make connection with Pan*-
gra. thereby providing one plane
service from the West Coast of
South America to Northeastern
United States.
National said It had filed ap-
plication for an extension with
the Civil Aeronautics Board, and
added it would oppose th*
Board's action granting permis-
sion lo Branlff Airways to serve
Miami on Its Havana run. Tb*y_
said that Branlff threatens Na-
tional's kev position at Miami.
National's move was the lat-
est step In the fight among
lines Involving an extension i
the Panama run to New YC
At present Panagra has
ecuipment Interchange agr
n.ent with Pan-American
ways for the haul between
namu City and Miami, and had
sought a similar agreement with
National from Miami to haul
Panagra planes into New York.
However, the Civil Aeronautics
Board cancelled the temporary
permit without such service ever
being provided. The Board now
will hear petitions of Pan-Amer-
ican and Eastern Airlines tor
Interchange agreements at Mia-
mi to handle Panagra planes as
well as petition Panagra for a
full approval of the National
Miami Interchange Pact.
Human Aftermanth of Flood: Heatbreak, Courage
lombla, Chairman of the Council
The third trans-Atlantic call- -announced that representatives
from the following have been in-
vited to attend:
Secretary General of the Uni-
ted Nations. Pan American Insti-
tute of Geography and History.
American International Institute
(Continued on Page 8, Col. 8)
By WADE JONES
rw? 28 ^PPi- K5ni- July (NEA)- ~ Th "e Be.
Cross flood relief headquarter here, and (he subject is heart-
hurf'tS' ,0r A? '"'i!. a.d'7, there haTe *'me<> throujh this
ot the nation's greatest natural disasters.
#.r hBTeJu Te.rythlJ ">F own but the clothes they
wear. They come here to get help money to buy groceries to
repair damaged homes and to rebuild those destroyed, to I
housed in a shelter, to get clothes. J w *"
They come hobbling with age
and with the blessed resignation
of the aged. Some come with the
hope of youth, and some with
utter despair.
A total of 16.000 people In this
city of 130,000 were made home-
less by the floods. More than 6500
families have registered for help.
o
Some of the personal stories Of
what happened to these people
are almost incredible.
A man and his wife who began
the flood with three children
would up with 18. The extra 15
were neighborhood kids who got
separated from their parents
when the Armourdale section
levee broke. They sought refuge
In the second floor of the couple's
grocery store.
The Red Cross sent all 18 to
one of its 10 shelters In Kansas
City after the mother and some
of her suddenly-acquired foster
children came to flood head-
quarters to ask for food.
A woman comes In leading her
blind and pregnant daughter-
in-law, 16 years old. They've lost
everything thev have and can't
locate the girl's husband. They,
too, are taken to a shelter to be
clothed, fed and housed.
o
A man in his 7's pushes In his
crippled wife In a wheelchair.
REHABILITATION: At Flood
relief headquarters, Frank
Jones and his wife tell a Red
Cross worker they want to
go back to their flooo-wreck-
ed home. Below, another
worker Interviews victims.
There are tears In his eyes when
shelter is found for him and his
wife.
Miss Mary Galvln, one of 40
volunteers helping 36 Red Cross
They lost their home and have
had to move Into a two-room
apartment with their son and
daughter-in-law and four chil-
dren. The daughter-in-law Is
about to have another baby. The
old man, proud and independent,
hates being an added burden,
staff workers administer aid, tells
this meanest-man-ln-the-fUiod
story:
"A woman came in today to ask
for help particularly for her
husband, who came out of the
flood,with nothing but his un-
dershorts.
"The man and her husband and
three children were running for
their lives across a bridge that
went out only a few minutes
later. The man saw three per-
sons struggling in One water be-
low. He stripped off all his
clothes but his short and dived
In, nd by a miracle got all three
people out. But while he was do-
ing It. another partially-dressed
man ran up and stole the clothes
the lifesjier had shed on the
bridge.
Are people going; back to Uva
in the flood areas after their
homes are rebuilt?
"We'll never go back there
some say. Many hope they'll" b#
rehabilitated in homes on higher
ground.
Other, like Francis M. Jones,
Santa Fe railroad switchman,
and his famUy are going to stick.
Jones, an ex-GI, came into head-
quarters with his pretty wife to
ask for helD m repairing and re-
(Continued on Page a. CeL 1)


AGE TWO
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AM INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1951
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Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
New Orleans Service
Great White Fleet
Arrives
Cristbal
JL Lnm Bend ...............................Anf. 3
S.S. Chlriqnl ...................................An. 5
S.S. Chiriqnl ...................................Aug. 19
S.S. Byfjord ..................................Aug. 25
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Arrives
New York Freight Service______________Cristobnl
S.S. Cape Avinof ...............................Aug. 5
S.S. Cape Ann ..................................Auk. 12
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................Aug. 18
S.S. Maya.....................................Auf. 26
WaaaJj Sailing* lo New York, Un Angalae, San rranrHco. Seattle
Occasional Sailing! to New Orltam and Moblli
(Tht Steanen Id thU aervlct are Umlted to twelve peaaengen)
r'tcqueni t relrlu SaUlngi (rom Cristobal to Weal Coaat Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via g^
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala _________Cristobal
S.S. Chiriqui ....................................Aug. 7
S.S. Chiriqui ........ (Passencer Service Only)..Anf 21
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20
MAERSK LINE
accepting passengers for
NEW YORK
BY
M.S. "CORONA" ,
SAILING AUGUST 1ST.
(Evary room with connecting bathroom)
C. B. FENTON & Co., Inc.
Tal.: Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840
Royal Malls Lines Ltd.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COASTS
OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA
TO ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"' ................. Aug. 1st
S.S."KENUTA"" ...............................Aug. 2nd
M.V LOBOS"...................................Aug. 28th
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORUA,
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"' ...................Aug. 25th
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. SALINAS"" ................................Aug. 1st
M.V. "LORKTO" .....'.............................Aug 5th
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD., HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
8.8. "LOCH RYAN"...............................Aug. 18th
Sa. "LOCH AVON"...............................Aug. 21st
TO UK CONTINENT
85. -"DALERDYK" ...............................Aug. 2nd
8 8. "PAMPAS".....................-----.........Aug. 30th
'Accepting passengers in First. Cabin and Thi/.l Class
"Superior accommodation available for passengers ,
All Sailings Subject to Chance Without, Notice
PACIFIC STEAM NAV. CO., Cristbal. Tel. 1854 1655
FORD COMPANY Inc., Panam Tel. 3-1257/1258: Balboa 1950
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Air Line News
Rica Shipments Arrive
from Nicaragua
The Rio Escondido, carrying a
cargo of 13,000 bags of rice (each
bag contains 100 lbs. of rice) ar-
rived yesterday In Balboa from
Corinto, Nicaragua. At the same
time, another ship the Nicarao,
brought 2500 bags of coffee des-
tined for the Banco Agropecuario.
Both ships belong to General A.
Somoza of Nicaragua. Local a-
gent is Elliot Shipping Company.
A show company of 11 entertain-
ers were all aboard the Rio Es-
condido.
TERRYA
NO EGOTIST

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RSVERSSR THIS LOWiy ON 6 DOUBTS Ufi'
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Yacht Ties Up At Cristobal
The American yacht, Someday,
with two crewmen aboard, arriv-
ed yesterday in Cristobal, bound
for Seattle. The 8-gross-ton
yacht is skippered by Frank S.
Jordon and Is out of Miami.
My friend Howard Dletz is fa-
mous in Hollywood, on Broadway,
and In operatic circles for his
ability to weave a plot or write a
song that will drag in the paying
customers. Hence when he tells a
bridge story about the good old
days I listen and enjoy myself
without worrying too hard about
the truth of the tale.
"West bid a spade on this hand
J ust to keep the conversation go.
lng." said DleU. "He wanted to
make sure that the hand wasn't
played at one heart."
We all agreed that West had
acted against this great danger
with a praiseworthy sense of
duty.
"When East bid four spades, It
was clear to North that the op-
ponents must hold nine spades
between them. Therefore he
Jumped to seven hearts at his
next turn.
"West suspected what was go-
ing on largely because his partner
had' not sacrificed at seven
spades. Therefore he Inserted a
penalty double. Now It was
South's turn to rely on the oppo-
nents to hold nine spades be-
tween them. If North had a void
In spades there was bound to be,
a mlgnlflcent play for seven
hearts. Therefore South redou-
bled.
"West led his singleton spade,
and the defenders collected a
mere 2800 points. Not a bad re-
sult on those cards, Is It?"
We all agreed that West had
managed to beat par for the
hand. "I suppose you were West,
Howard?" I asked, carefully
keeping skepticism out of my
voice.
"No," Dletz replied ruefully.
"I was North. That's why I'm so
conservative these days."
Who knows? Maybe It all hap-
pened Just the way Dletz tells it.
At any rate, his partner, Sher-
man Stearns, tells It the same
way.
Incidentally, don't be led astray
by the success of West's psychic
bid of one spade. Such bids are
madness for beginners, danger-
ous for average players, and risky
even for the greatest experts.
Today's hand is presented for
amusement rather than Instruc-
tion.
Strong Appeal Made
To Aid Allied POWs
Sick In War Camps
WASHINGTON, July 31 (UP)
Three Republican senators
urged strongly yesterday that
Korean truce talks be broken
off unless U.S. medical mercy
teams are allowed Immediately
to visit Allied soldiers In Com-
munist war prisoner camps.
"We can think of no reason
why, if the Communists are
bargaining in good faith, the
arrangement for immediate me-
dical treatment could not be ar-
ranged." they added.
The statement was made by
Sens. Everett M. Dlrksen, 111.,
Styles Bridges, N.H., and Harry
P. Cain, Wash. .
Thev said medical aid while
the ceasefire talks are in pro-
gress would ease suffering and
save many lives among Ameri-
can and other United Nations
troops captured by the Red
forces.
Under their plan, equal pri-
vileges would be accorded ene-
my medics to visit POW's held
by UN armies.
The Senators recalled the suf-
fering of American businessman
Robert A. Vogeler during his
imprisonment at the hands of
"seml-civlllzed" Hungarian Com-
munists.
"We know he was mistreated
and subjected to inhuman in-
dignities," they said, adding
that about 10,000 American sol-
diers are being held by the Ko-
rean and Chinese Communists.
"Multiply the suffering of Vo-
geler bv 10.000 and add In the
well-known brutality of the
Oriental Communists, and Am-
ericans will have some notion of
the misery and human suffer-
ing of American boys being held
prisoner In North Korea and
Manchuria,'' they said.
"Santa Isabel" Due Today
Local agent for the Grace Line's
ship Santa Isabel, announced
that the passenger ship will be in
Balboa today for a few hours,
and at Cristobal overnight. She
la coming from South America,
and headed for New York, carry-
ing a full passenger load.
Tourist Excursion Leaves
Saturday for Costa Rira
A two-day all expense tourist
excusrsion to San Jose, Coata Ri-
ca will leave Tocume'n airport Sa-
turday, Aug. 4 at 8:00 a.m. and
will return Sunday at 6:00 p.m.
Fred Busch. Manager of the tour
has announced that there are
four vacancies left. The total
price of the trip, which includes
hotel, meals, taxi fair and sight-
seeing to the Volcano, Is $45.
Busch may be contacted at Cris-
tobal 2315 after 6 p.m.
Argentine Singer Due
on Braniff Flight
Alberto Castillo, well-known
Argentine singer and movie star
will be In Panama Sunday. He
will arrive via Braniff from Gua-
yaquil on his way to Colombia.
Flights Reduced
CARACAS. Venezuela, July 31,
(UP) A recent slump In air
passengers and freight has forc-
ed Venezuelan airlines to reduce
their scheduled flights by be-
tween 1,000 and 1,200 flight-
hours a month, it was reported
today.
Florida Klan Will
Fight Stale Ban
On Cross Burning
TALLAHASSEE. Fla.. July 31
(UP)The head of Florida's
Ku Klux Klan group admitted
today he ordered the burning
of "K's" In Tallahassee and
Miami as a symbol of the organ-
ization's fight against Florida's
new law banking the burning of
crosses.
But Bill Hendrlx .of Talla-
hassee said his Southern
Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
had nothing to do with the
burning of crosses In Orlando,
Miami. Wildwood and In other
Southern States recently.
He said his Florida Klan was
In no way associated with the
Georeia erouo known as the
Associated Klans of America or
with anv other Klan organiza-
tion.
The Klan chief said Florida's
new anti-cross burning law
does not include "K's."
"I told the legislature that
law was Ineffective." Hendrlx
said.
But Attv. Oen. Richard Ervln
warned any Klansmen or other
nersons todav to watch their*
step because th<" law provide
a 3500 fine or 90 days in jail
for violators.
The law prohibits a "burning
or flamine cross or anv manner
of exhibition of w^^h cross
is a part" In a public place or
on private nroperty without
written permission from the
owner.
Ervln said the statute also
bans the placing "of any ex-
hibit of any kind whatsover to
Intimidate any person."
The attornev general was
uncertain whether this would
ban the burning of "K's."
Hendrlx answered that "I
won't allow crosses to be burned
In front of anyone's home, or
to intimidate anyone. The onlv
time we burn them la at public
meetings."
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Christening; Service for
Cynthia Mary Bullock
Mr. and Mrs. Asa C. Bullock of
Diablo Heights, presented their
Infant daughter, Cynthia Mary,
for the administration of the of-
fice of Holy Baptistm at the
"lunch of Our Saviour in New
Cristobal Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock. The rector of the church.
chaplain Milton A. Cookson, of-
ficiated. Air. and Mrs. Arthur A.
Albright and Mrs. Edward Brady
were named as Godparents lor
;he child.
Mr. and Mrs. Albright enter-
tained informally at their Gatun
lome after the ceremony. Their
juests included the baby's pater-
ial grandmother Mrs. Asa C.
iullock, Sr.. Mrs. George N. En-
id ke, Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell
smith of Balboa with their chil-
dren Beverly, Bobby and Tommy,
Jluiplain and Mrs. Cookson and
John Albright,
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Box 242, C/altth JiUpkon (jalun 472,
MISS DOROTHY ENGELBRIGHT
CHOOSES AUGUST FOURTH AS WEDDING DATE
Mis Dorothy Engeibright, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
T. E. Engeibright, has chosen August 4th as the date f her
wedding to Mr. James Dunn of Rodman, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl I. Dunn of Rome, Georgia. The wedding will take
p.ace at the chapel at Coco Solo, C.Z., at ( o'clock la the
evening with Chaplain W. W. Winter officiating.
No cards have been Issued but all friends of the young
couple arc invited to attend the wedding ceremony and the
reception which will be held at the Hotel Washington imme-
diate! y following the wedding.
Miss Ann Newhard of
Gatun will be Acting At-
lantic Side Society Editor
of The Panama American
for the next month, while
Mrs. Milton Lee Nash is
on vacation.
Miss Newhard's tele-
phone number. Gatun
472, and her mail address,'
Box 242, Gatun, C. '/... 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 causes delay and
sometimes results in loss
of the items.
who went from the Atlantic Side
included Mrs. Thomas E. La
Duke, who is visiting with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.
Snyder of Cristobal; Miss Pat
Stadler of Burlington. N.C., who
Is the house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. William A. Van Siclen. Jr.,
Miss Goldle Howard of Philadel-
phia. Pa., Miss Mildred Neely,
Miss Lee Van Sielen, Miss Ann
Newhard, Miss Carol Newhard
and Mr. Fred A. Newhard.
Mr. and Mrs. Plaia
Hosts for Informal Luncheon
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Piala
were hosts for an informal buf-
fet luncheon at their home at
Mount Hope Sunday noon. Their
guests Included the Command-
ing Officer of the U. S. Naval
Station and Mrs. Lyle-L. Koepke,
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Adams,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Noonan,
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Raymond,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Henriquez.
Miss 'Jhtlms. Godwin, Miss Mar-
garet Flynn. Major and Mrs.
Bvron K. King. Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Hayes of Curundu, Mr.
and Mrs. Leigh Cramer, Colonel
and Mrs. James W. Pumpelly,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bailey,
Captain and Mrs. Samuel L.
Brown. Captain and Mrs. Wil-
liam S. Parsons, and Mr. and
Mrs. O. W. Ryan.
Irs. Frank W. Scott to
letum from London Tomorrow
Mrs. Frank W. Scott. Jr.. of
'olon, accompanied by her young
aughter. Dale, will arrive here
omorrow aboard the Reina del
aclflco after an absence of three
onths. Mrs. Scott has been the
uest of her brother, Lt. LeRoy
lchols, U.S.N., whols stationed
t the United States Embassy in
ondon. They made several trips
> continental Europe during her
ay there.
Rosalie Radel Celebrates
11th Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Radel of
Gatun arranged a luncheon at
their home Sunday noon to
honor their daughter Rosalie oft
the occasion of her 11th birth-
day. Pink and blue decorations
were used on the table. After
the party the group attended
the matinee. Mrs. Radel was as-
sisted by Mrs. R. L. Pennlng-
ton, Mrs. R .A. Aldrich and Mrs.
Joseph Coffin. The young guests
included Lynn, Buddy. Tommy
and Johnny Coffin, Butch and
Cathy Penhlngton, Jackie and
Bobbv Aldrich and Rachel Ra-
del.
Woman's Auxiliary
to Meet Thursday
The monthly meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary will be held
at the Gatun Union Churcn
Thursday at 12:30 noon. A cov-
ered dish luncheon will precede
the meeting and will be given
to honor Mrs. Frank Wolf who
plans to leave for vacation Aug-
ust 31. Mrs. William Badders,
president, will preside at the
business meeting.
Cub Scout Meeting
The monthly meeting of Cub
Pack 8 will be held tonight at
the Boy Scout Shack in New
Cristobal at 7 p.m.
Visitors From Cocoli
Mr. and Mrs. George A.
Walker of Cocoli with their
children Mickey, Freddie, Jean-
lne and Carole, and Miss Judy
Shrapnel of Balboa Heights,
were the weekend guests of Mr.
and Mrs. B. Donald Humphrey
of New Cristobal.
Sunday Morning Breakfast
Mr. and Mrs. Carl N. Nix of
Gatun entertained informally at
their home Sunday morning
with a breakfast party. Their
guests were Miss Claire Kirsch-
mer and Mrs. Mary Bultman of
Cristobal. The group went to
Pina Beach after breakfast and
were joined by Mr. Victor Young
and his daughter Tisha.
if ant Daughter of Lt. and Mrs.
hompaon Christened
Lt. and Mrs. James A. Thomp-
bn of Fort Davis presented their
fant daughter, Karen Ruth
hompson. for Holy Baptism at
he Church of Our Lady of the
Ilraculous Medal in New Cristo-
al Sunday afternoon. The Rev.
incent Ryan, CM., officiated,
he Godparents were Mr. Leo
urner and Miss Marie Eberenz.
Irs. Frank Williams served as
roxy for Miss Eberens who is in
te United States.
After the ehrlstenlng service
Irs. Thompson arranged a sur-
rise birthday party to honor her
usband at their home in Fort
avis. She was assisted by her
other, Mrs. Frank Williams and
Irs. Ruth L. Turner. Other
uests included Mr. and Mrs.
avid Eberenz with their chil-
en David, Diana Michael and
Mvia, Mr. and Mrs. John Eber-
,z with Virginia and John, Dr.
id Mrs. Jesse L. Byrd. Mr. and
rs. Joseph Noonan, Mr. Frank
llllams and Mr. Leo Turner.
British Sports Car
Hopes For 140 Mph
On Utah Salt Flats
sits San Bias Islands
Several visitors to the Isthmus
Joyed a flight to the San Bias
ands during the weekend. The
ght was sponsored by the Colon
[tamber of Commerce and Mrs.
ed Busch was In charge. Those
\rmy Transportation Corps
Observes 9th Anniversary
NEW YORK, July 31 The
British 'Magic Midget' car ar-
rived here today on the Cunard
liner Queen Elizabeth to attempt
to break international speed re-
cords at Salt Lake Flats, Utah.
This car is almost identical to
the MG. two-seater which is
popular in the United States and
Panama.
It has the same engine as the
stock model but has been'souped -
up' with a supercharger.
Lt.-Colonel 'Goldle' Gardner,
Britain's 60-year-old veteran of
two wars and countless motor
races will attempt to set up new
International Class 'F' records in
the Midget.
His chief aim will be to smash
the existing one-hour record for
'F' Class cars (1,100 cc 1,500 cc)
currently held by a French Bu-
gattl at 119.1 m.p.h.
A minimum speed of 140 m.p.h.
is aimed.
."I nope to be able to demons-
trate" says Gardner "that Brit-
ish automotive engineering re-
mains second to none in the
world; I'm confident of being a-
ble to enhance the good name
which the MG engine already has
In the United 8tates."
Gardner already holds 22 inter-
national records.
July 31 will be the ninth ad-
versary of the U.S. Army
rnsportation Corps.
The corps became a permanent
rt of the Army only thirteen
>nths ago, when President Tra-
in signed H.R. 1198, the Army
organization Bill, on June 28,
>0. It was the first time that
)ermahent transporttlon corps
:ame a .basic branch of ser-
e. (A move to create a per-
cent corps was made in 1920
t was disapproved by Con-
ss).
Among the world's largest
jver of freight, the Transpor-
lon Corps has played a large
rt in the logistics of two World
irs. The total tonnage of rail
lght alone which it moved in
)rld War II was 342.891.000
is. with a peak of 11,100,000
s In March, 1945.
iore persons 400,000 were and Fort Story.
required for the completion of
the Transportation Corps' mis-
sion in World War II than were
in the entire Army preceding the
war. Shipment of more than a
million wheeled vehicles over-
seas, operation of express routes
in every climate, the activation
and training of 940 organization-
al units, were among the high-
lights of the World War II record
of the corps.
Memorable among Its specific
operations was that of the fam-
ous Red Ball Express, hauling
freight across 700 miles of Euro-
pean terrain to support the vic-
torious armies of the Allies.
Facilities of the corps include
ports of embarkation in widely
separated parts of the U.8.; rail-
road maintenance shops In Bal-
timore and In Ogden, Utah, and
training schools at Fort Eustls
Mrs. Laduke Entertained
At Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grassau
of Margarita entertained at
dinner at the Elk's Club Sunday
evening to compliment Mrs.
Thomas E. LaDuke and her
young daughter Patty who are
visiting here from Chicago. Illi-
nois. Mrs. LaDuke's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph A. Snyder, were
also present.
St. Mary's Alumni
To Meet Wednesday
The monthly meeting of the
Alumni Association of St. Mary's
Academy will be held at the
Parish Hall at 4th and G Sts.,
Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m.
The recent graduates of the
class of 1951 are cordially invit-
ed to attend.
Defense Transport
Croup Sponsors
'Stevedore Dance'
The Panam Chapter of the
National Defense Transportation
Association will sponsor a gala
dance at the Fort Clayton Of-
ficers' Club Aug. 4 to mark the
ninth anniversary of the U.S.
Army Transportation Corps,
which occurred this week.
The dance, an Invitation event,
is designed as an Informal gath-
ering to promote mutual under-
standing among transportation
officials, both military and civil-
ian. The chief officials of all
commercial carrier organizations
In Panam will be Invited, to-
gether with the chief of the
major commands and the trans-
portation officers of the Armed
Forces.
Among the features planned by
the committee for the dance are
door prices which will include
one or more round trips by air
to various points in Central and
South America: a major item
of Chinese furniture, and appro-
priate award* for winners of a
shoe race, and a potato race.
For the occasion, the club Is
being transformed Into a proper
hangout for "stevedores and
stevedorettes," the committee
announced. The guests will be
Invited to "Slip and Slide to the
Ripe Rhythms of Red Banana
and His Bunch, the Music with a
Peel." Typical of the surprises
being prepared for them, lt was
announced, is a gag gangplank
at the club's entrance for the be-
nefit of any guests who may feel
they have missed too many gang-
planks.
Parliament Ousted
As King Paul Sets
Election For Sept.
ATHENS. July 31. (UP) King
Paul has dissolved Parliament
and proclaimed a general elec-
tion for Sept. 9. The move came
as the weak Greek government
faced threatened strikes In most
fit the industries. Various Party
leaders bickered among them-
selves as the United States sought
some stable solution to the politi-
cal situation in the hopes that
Greece could take her place in
Western defense.
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British West Indies
Colonies Will All
Use Same Money
PORT OF SPAIN. Trinidad. Ju-
ly 31 (UPi A new uniform ster-
ling currency will be put in clr- j
culatlon throughout the British
West Indies next month.
Shipments of the West Indian
currency were sent by air to all
Islands in the area and the new
bills will start circulating August
At present, each British West
Indies colony has Its own individ-
ual notes.
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BIRTHDAY BALLOONA replica of the Montgolflere, a hot-air
balloon that made its first flight in 1783, takes off during colorful
ceremonies celebrating the '2000th anniversary of Paris. French
actors and actresses, in 18th century garb, add atmosphere to the
scene that took place in Paris' Pare rie la Muette. (NEA-Acme
'jp photo by Staff Photogiaphor P.ene Henry.)
Finance Director
Relieved Of Duty
On Several Boards
The membership of several
committees in the Canal organi-
zation has been changed in com-
pliance with a request by W. H.
Dunlop. Acting Finance Director,
that he be relieved of the extra
duties Involved In service on
these boards.
He has served on the Efficiency
Awdar'd, Classification and Grad-
uate Training Committees and
the Disability Relief and Injury
Boards.
L. B. Moore. Supply and Service
Director, has been named to re-
place Dunlop on the Classifica-
tion Committee.
Ira L. Wright, Assistant Fin-
Requiem Mass
A Requiem High Mass for the
repose of the soul of the late Ed-
ward Leon Raveneau will be sunn
in the St. Theresa R. C. Church
tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m.
and In the Church at Santa Ana
on Thursday morning at 7:00
a.m.
All friends of the family are in-
vited to attend the Masses.
anee Director, will serve on the
Disability Relief Board in place
of Dunlop and E. C. Lombard,
Executive Secretary, will assume
the chairmanship of this Board.
F. H. Baldwin, Auditor, will re-
place the Finance Director on the
Injury Board.
No replacement will be made
for the Finance Director on the
Efficiency Award and Graduate
Training Committees.
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New British Rust Remover
Saves Tanks, Locos, Money
BIRMINGHAM, England, July
31Britain is "making" a thou-
sand tons of steel a week by a
secret-process "laundry" which
de-rusts Junk steel and makes it
ready for use as good as new.
The rust-coated scrap metal is
brought from Junk yards all over
the country to ten strategically
located'"laundries" which pro-
cess the metal.
The rust covered metal is
bathed in 3,000-gallon vats con-
taining a solution of electrolytic
alkali. One chemical removes
grease, a second washes off rust,
and a third polishes.
Though the bath penetrates
the structure of the metal not a
fraction of an inch of good metal
is lost, claim the "laundry" engi-
neers.
Tanks, locomotives, nuts and
bolts come out almost like new.
Engineers estimate that in
Britain, industry loses about
$150,000,000 a year from rust, and
in the United States the loss is
half-a-blllion dollars.
The firm which owns the se-
cret formula has licensed plants
in five other countries. No fran-
chise has yet been arranged with
an American firm.
British military officials have
metal "laundries" at various
overseas bases.
The firm claims that machine
tools worth $560 a ton can be re-
covered for from $56 to $84 a ton.
Nuts and bolts worth $420 a ton
can be recovered for about $56 a
ton.
There Is also claimed to be a
big saving in labor, since no item
takes longer than two hours to
put through the "laundry."
The British armed forces are
taking full advantage of the new
idea. The weekly military "wash"
includes some 4,000 shells, 40 light
anti-aircraft gusn, 5,000 mess
kits, and large numbers of gun
barrels, all salvaged from huge
dumps of war material.
One of the largest motor man-
ufacturers in England has fsl***
sent 20.000,000 nuts and bolts to 2
be de-rusted. v
A Lancashire cotton mill put,
out of commission by water dur- j,-.
lng a fire had a million rusty roll-
ers re-habilitated in two weeks. !
It would have had to wait on i
and a half years for new ones.
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TUESDAY, JILT 31, 1M1
Yanks Increase Lead Over Idle Indians, Red Sox
i DiMaggio Blunders Then
Singles In 9th For Win
By United Press
NEW YORK, July 31 Joe DiMaggio pulled the worst
blunder of his Big League career in one inning then came
through with a game winning hit in the next inning to
aive the Yankees a 5-4 victory over the Tigers in Yankee
dium last night.
A crowd of 39.684 gasped as
jc DiMaggio 'blacked out' In
p eighth inning after catching
: Za routine f!v ball and let a run
1 -core from second base while he
Sot fed toward the infield thlnk-
Inn that the inning was over.
But DiMaggio atoned for the
blunder when, one inning later
he sliced a single to right field
with two out and two on. It was
the fourth consecutive victory for
the New Yorkers and their tenth
in their last eleven games.
Thev gained a half-game in the
standings on the idle Boston Red
Magglo got a chance to clear him-
self when Joe Collins doubled
and Bobby Brown walked with
two out In the ninth. DiMaggio
walked up. let the count go one-
and-one then drove the ball to
right field.
The Tigers-Yankee game was
(he only one scheduled In the
American League.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Cincinnati Reds beat the
Philadelphia Phillies. 6-5, in a
Crosley Field night game. The
St. Louis Cardinals shaded the
Boston Braves. 4-3. In a Sports-
Faces In
The Majors
Aft \KIHN4
IViUarU Kamsdell k. Kuffeiniberger
Pet Show In Gym
Captivates
Atlantic Siders
Lloyd Mangrum Still Heavily
Guarded After Death Threat
by
Dan Daniel
By TIM CANTY ,
CHICAGO, July 31 (UPl-Golf
tar Lloyd Mangrum, met here
by a six-man police guard after
his life was threatened In St.
Paul, Minn., revealed yesterday
that he was offered a bribe to fix
a tournament two years ago.
But, Mangrum added hastily,
he turned It down. He said neith-
er he nor any other traveling golf
Ero "would take a dime to play
ad."
After Mangrum suddenly forg-
ed Into the lead Saturday In the
third round of the St. Paul Open
Tournament, he received a tele-
Sox and Cleveland Indians and man Park arc-light contest and
ley Field, afternoon game. ; u7cXn and Recreation Staff.
phone call from two men, pre-
sumably gamblers, who told h
im
he'd better lose if he expected to
get out of town alive. He went on
to win the tournament, guarded
by a police detail on his final
round Sunday.
POA Champion Sam Snead was
The Cristobal Gymnasium was approached In a similar manner
now ..
by two and one-half games.
DiMaggio's .mlscue occurred
with two out In the eighth Inning
after a double by Gerry Priddy
and a single by George Kell had
he scene of a miniature animal by telephone. Saturday, although
not with a threat on his life. He
was told that a 'lot of money"
. had been bet on him to win and
*,, M&.^Sii?, t The P?t Show began promptly at the callers would like to see him
a triple by Connie Ryan with one 1 ne ni
out in the ninth gave the Reds ten o clock
Seventy-five eager youngsters
Even" the5Tig"e.s a 3-2 lead. Kell their uphill victory over the, Phil- | n^7heYrSe P* t'ldteff and
was on second when Steve Sou- lies Jim Konstan y suffered his : P "occaslon whUe
chock filed to DiMaggio. j tenth loss aftei the Phillies interested parents fill-
Joe caught the bait and knocked out Ewell Blackwell and ore o r seats
started for the infield head gave starter Ken Johnson a 5-0 | eflUie P"^-!r
down while his teammates
frantically yelled for him to
throw the ball to head off Kell
who had tagged up and was
sprinting for the plate. DiMag-
gio suddenly realized his error.
But his throw was far too late.
The Yankees rallied to gain a
4-4 tie in the eighth, then Di-
gave starter .en jonnson a a-u < -- ------ divided Into:
So, ^ov^fn8 BlnTjoS tnproSSLSS, SSL mis-
with the winning run to give the cellaneous.
Cardinals their win over the
Braves.
Shortstop Roy Smalley knock-
ed in five runs with a homer and
double to be the Cubs' hero In
their vlctorv over the Giants.
Round One brought all the dogs
and their fond owners into the
; ring. A grand parade followed
wherein all spectators were glv-
len a complete view while the
I judges huddled into a confer-
ence. The show was packed with
fun and seasoned by the antics of
the dogs and the showmanship
of the youngsters.
capture the tournament.
Mangrum played the final
round under heavy guard. He
admitted it was a nerve-wrack-
ing experience and that he
couldn't help recalling the
threat each time he bent over
his ball to putt
Yesterday, as he arrived here
for a tournament at nearby Niles.
Ford Frick And Ty Cobb
Defend Reserve Clause,
Present Baseball Setup
By HERBERT FOSTER
L'nited Press Staff Correspondent
WASHINGTON, July 31 (UP*! long-term contracts requiring
atinnal Leaaue President Ford clubs to carry men who don t
make the grade.
National League President
Frick said yesterday that organ-
ized baseball rose from "ope 'ole
eat and Anthony over" because
ot its rigid rules and might lapse
into a dishonest sport If they are
changed.
Frick and baseball's Immortal
Cobb said he once suggested
five-year contracts allowing a
player a chance to ''sweeten'' his
agreement but added "it might
not be right." In a rich Georgia
Ty Cobb. who Is 64 and getting twang, he described how he rose
deaf, defended baseball's regula- from "a little ol' small town down
tions, including the controversial in Georgia" to his great career,
player reserve clause, before a "If I have any standing in the
friendly" Investigation by a community I owe It to baseball,"
House Monopoly Subcommittee. Cobb said. "Organized baseball
has made It possible for hun-
Chalrman Emmanuel Oiler. dreda of hoys to advance them-
D., N.Y., said his subcommittee selves.. .there has to be some-
only wants* to "preserve the in- thing for the protection Of base-
tegrlty of baseball" by finding ball as we have It today. It Is a
out if it should be exempted
from, anti-trust laws. In an
opening statement, he said the
inquiry will cover the reserve
clause, farm systems, power of
the high commissioner, player
drafts and franchises.
"To preserve competition on
great force in our country."
Celler Indicated he doesn't ex-
pect Congress to do anything
"rash about the rules of the
game, but he pointed out thev
have caused fusses that brought
triple-damage suits on the re-
the field, the competition for; serve clause and arguments on
American League1, National League
TEAMS
Hew York. .
-Boston .
.Cleveland. .
-Chicago. .
^Detroit .
Washington
Philadelphia 38
St. Louis
Won Lost Pet. (i.B
59 35 .28
57 38 .SOO
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M 11 .551
4:; :>o .462
11 52 .453
II M .388
:(0 t>4 .31
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16'2
23
29
TODAYS GAWIE9
Chicago at Philadelphia (N).
Cleveland at Washington (N).
St. Louis at Boston (N).
(Only Games Scheduled.)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
NIGHT GAME
Detroit.............. 4
New York............ 5
(Only Game Scheduled.)
Dixie Walker's
90-Day Suspension
i Lifted By Traulman
TEAMS-
Rrooklyn
New York. 55
Philadelphia 48
St. Louis
Boston .
Cincinnati
Chicago. .
Pittsburgh
Won Lost Pet.
62 32 .660
44
13
47
49
.".I
50
40
41
43
39
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.495
.495
.473
.457
.438
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TODAY'S GAUM
Boston at St. Louis (Ji),
Brooklvn at Pittsburgh (N).
New York at Chicago.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (Nl.
YESTEBDAY'S RESULTS
NIGHT GAME
Boston..............
St. Louis............
NIGHT GAME
Philadelphia
Dogs were Judged accordingly:
LargestWalger Mauger. Cutest
tied by Philip Hadarits and
Donna Humphrey. Whitest-
Wayne Cralg, BlackestBrian
Cox. Longest TailGeorge Bland,
Shortest Tail, tied by Donna
Humphrey and Andy Frazer,
Curliest, Tom Sellers. Best Dress-
ed, Tom Sellers, Longest Fur
,..- i George Bland, Most Talented and
PrettiestEllen and Lee Hunni-
cutt, OldestDonald Humphrey,
LasiestEddie Pabon (this dog
Immediately upon being awarded
his prize stopped sleeping and
tore around the gym.
The prize winners were placed
on exhibition and announced to
the appreciative audience by
Luke Palumbo. director.
Second to capture the show
ring were the cats, most of which
performed In truly gracious fel-
ine fashion. These participants
were not paraded but merely
placed m proper "show" position
as several were so tiny a cush-
ioned basket served as a medium
of display.
G.B.
I
9'i
15'2
171,
19
!0'
23';
guard. He revealed that two
years ago he was offered $7,000
to finish fourth in a Los Angeles
tournament.
"I told the man. 'Thanks, I
have $7.000,' he said.
He said that the call, nor "any
other threat." would ever "keep
me from playing the best I pos-
sibly can.'1
"I'm sure I speak for all the
boys," he said, "and there Isn't a
If
said."'"....baseball"is a sporta anti-trust Injunctions dome up,
111 he was met by the police players must be regulated,? Frick radio and television rights.
game. It must have rules as to
how it shall be played an* who
shall play I The reserve lause
Is one of th rules....
"From th very beginning such
rules were necessary to provide a
common basis for competition,
and that first common agree-
ment which standardized compe-
tition, brought baseball from the
category ofon 'ole cat and A-
one of them that would take a thony over Into the realm of a
dime to play bad." truly competitive sport.
Mangrum said "that's almost Cobb, the "Georgia Peach
Impossible," when asked whether whose once-sharp eyea were
amblers might be able to fix a covered by thick-lensed glasses
and wbo sometimes had to cup
Cincinnati............ 5
New York 003 000 0306 8 1
Chicago 031 100 02x7 10 0
Koslo, Spencer i6-3i and Wes-
trum; Lown, Dublel, Leonard
110-31 and Owen.
NY DA Office Holds
Toledo Hoop Player
NEW YORK, July 31 (UP)
The New York District Attor-
ney's office has held a fresh-
man student at Toledo Univer-
sity as material witness in the
basketball bribery scandal.
He's 20-year-old John Mas-
sa. Assistant District Attorney
William Sirignano says Massa
was an "intermediary between
bribers and basketball players
in a fixed game."
In another bribery develop-
ment. State's Attorney Michael
Shore of Illinois says he'll visit
New York to testify In the
scandal. Shore will tell a grand
jury what he knows about the
Bradley University basketball
fixes. Six Bradley players have
admitted taking bribes.
Share says that New York
District Attorney Frank llogan
the man who broke the brib-
ery caseasked him to testify
in New York.
ATLANTA, July 31 CUP* -Col-
orful Manager Dixie Walker of
the Atlanta Crackers rejoined his
team last night, reprieved by Mi-
nor Leagues boss George Traul-
man from a 90-day suspension I Malprill Wllilfiia
that rocked the Southern Assn.; Ml PlUlCliai TV lillVJJ
The happy Walker, who pack-
ed up ouickly to take a train to
Memphis with his players, was
let off with 30 days "time serv-
ed" after Trautman personally
heard his case In Washington.
The head of the minor
leagues over-ruled Southern
Assn. League President Charles
llurth. Hurth had let his orig-
inally M-day srtdown stick al-
though Trautman urged him to
re-examine the facts.
Hurth, reached in Memphis,
said he would have no more com-
ment on the case until he studies
1 Trautman's decision thoroughly.
Trautman held that umpire
Paul Rov did not follow the rules
to the ietter when he declared ;
forfeited to Mobile a game With
Atlanta on June 29. Trautman |
ordered the game replayed from
, the point it was forfeited, with
Mobile leading 3 to 2 with one out
in the last of the eighth.
Umpire Paul Roy's decision in
ailing a Mobile runner safe be-
cause of obstruction -the call
that excited Manager Walker and
I his players and led to the 'or-
felturewas not questioned in
< the ruling. But Roy clifl fail 10
I follow the exact procedure- of
I yelling "play ball" and giving the
I Crackers one minute 10 get Into
position. Trautman held.
Trautman aid that the S360
fine against ihe Atlanta club
and the Sinn fine against Walk-
er personally meted automati-
cally for the forfeiture of the
i' game were a league matter.
Cracker sources speculated
that the fines would be cancel-
ed because Trautman ruled out
the forfeit.
Some penalty was due against
E Walker lor his prolonging the ar-
f gument. Trautman said, but he
felt that the SO days already serv-
ed would satisfy that. The minor
leagues' chief, who held a full
day of hearings on the case in
Washington Saturday, did not re-
primand or take action against
Hurth or umpire Roy. Hurth had
contended that the 90-day sus-
pension was the only penalty pos-
sible under the rules of baseball
governing a forfeited game.
m"l felt after the testimony in
Prizes Included: CutestBern-
adette Lees (three kittens'. Jean
Lingren displayed a well dressed,
largest cat, and Joyce Cookson's
four-ln-a-basket copped the
voungest family.
The third and last round of
miscellaneous animals brought
down the bouse, each represent-
ing a different species of Buck's
"Bring "em back alive" category.
These, mostly wild and native,
had no showmanship spirit, only
a natural clownish behavior.
With so much variety numer-
pro tournament.
"I've- been approached a cou-
ple of times," he said, "but I nev-
er took any of them seriously."
He discounted the chance
that gamblers might try to jug-
gle the finish of the National
Open or the PGA as "too ob-
vious."
"Maybe In a team match or a
man-against-man match, but
not in a regular tournament,"
he said.
"After all," he added, "look at
the purses we play for. Almost
every meet is worth $2.500 or
more antl then there's indorse-
ments, exhibitions and testimo-
nials. A guy would be a fool to
have anything to do with gam-
blers."
He added that It would have to
be a "one-shot proposition if at
all" and none of the "boys" would
be foolish to fall for that set-up."
The Purple Heart veteran of
World War II revealed that a
Chicago detective had been as-
signed to him for his stay in Chi-
cago. He laughed and said "I
guess that they don't want any-
thing to happen to me at least In
Chicago."
Mangrum said that he received
a wire In St. Paul that his house
had been ransacked In Los An-
geles. "Yet, I guess Saturday
he said, It would be serious.
Playground
Sports
ous prizes were given to: Cutest night was Just a bad night all-
and Longest Tall(monkey) Ka-' around."
therlne Dietz, Sharpest Teeth
1 baby alligator) Robert Mac8par-
ran. Smallest (Hamster' Virgi-
nia Roscoe. Longest Ears(rab-
bit) Jean Allen, Nosiestigata
solo) Larry Cox. Most Disliked
1 white rat> Walter Mauger.
Duckiest t duck 1 Diane Geddes,
and Most Tropicaliparrakeet'
Lester Bailey.
Qualified judges Including Mr
Palumbo. Mrs. Kariger. Mr. Gib-
son. Arnold Manning. Lois Schel-
degg. Nancy Kariger made Im-
partial and competent decisions
In every Instance and awarded
free matinee tickets to all the
winners.
Brion, Louis
Both Ready For
'Frisco Battle
his ear to hear, put it more
simply. The one-time star of
the Detroit Tigers drew on his
own experience to testify: "If
all the strong clubs or the rich-
est men could hire away from
the weak clubs, then you would
have an unwieldly league."
The reserve clause bnela a
pla,yer to his original team for
life or until he Is sold, traded or
released. Some experts hold this
practice may violate the laws
against monopolies and trusts.
Some players have bucked Its ap-
plication.
FTlck said the reserve clause Is
really nothing more than a long
term contract subject to annual
negotiation as to pay, and keeps
the leagues and big clubs from
raiding each other. If Ted Wil-
liams, Stan Muslal. Joe DiMag-
gio, Jackie Robinson and other
stars were bid infer one club, it
would smash other "parties In
baseball."
"As between American and Na-
tional Leagues and among minor
leagues, the reserve clause rule
Is the'foundation of professional
basetot.ll," Frick said. "How can
public confidence In player loy-
alty and will to win be maintain-
ed If the player, while playing for
one club, may seek a job with an-
other, or may be pressed with
offers from several other clubs
against some of which he Is play- Douglas, f..
The undefeated Gamboa "E
League marched Into the Cocoll
Gym Saturday and left with a 22
to 14 victory over the Cocoll lads.
The Gamboans have now won'
six straight games to lead the
"E" League. Qocoll has won two
while losing four contests.
Not so long ago, Joe Louis was the dictator of boxln.
Today, the former heavyweight champion of the world found
himself sidetracked. The comeback campaign whlCrr had been
climaxed with a knockout over Lee Savold, and which aimed
at recovery of the title, a feat as yet unlisted. In fUtic history,
had run Into a sorry detour.
"The next heavyweight fight must be between Jersey Joe
Walcott, the new champion, and Ezzard Charles, whom he
knocked out In Pittsburgh," Al Welll, matchmakei for the.In-
ternational BC, told me. ..i.
Louis wants nobody but Walcott, for a third time, and It
Just cannot be done. > .
"Let me add that Louis want nothing whatever to do with
Rocky Marciano. He took that attitude even before Boceo belted
out Rex Layne.
"As a consequence, we have no work for Louis right now,
and I do not know when we will be able to offer him an en-
WBe,Thls' is to he regretted. But Walcott upset a lot of plana
with that left hook to Charles' jaw, and It happens that Louis
is one of the temporary casualties. (
"Walcott and Charles mav meet at the Polo Grounds on Sept.
26 They may fight In Chicago or Detroit. They may meet In
the Garden, In December or February. The situation Is very.
tentlve. tout it will clear up In another week. .'
"You may see Willie Pep and Sandy Saddler for the feather-
weight championship here on Sept. 28."
DOUBT IF NEW YORK WOULD GO FOR JERSEY-EZZ.
The fact la. Walcott, who has committed himself to a re-
turn flRht with Charles within 90 days. Is In no hurry to risk
his longsought championship. _
Jersey Joe would like to cash k on all sorts of lucrative
propositionspublic appearances, refereelng Jobs, father and
son sermons, and the like. 1-. j _l
They say Walcott has contracts which would add up to a
a tldv $200.600 If he could go through them while yet cham-
pion. A Jolt on the whiskers, and Jersey Joe could throw them
all Into his furnace.
For the International BC, the situation has developed a lot
of perplexities stemming from doubt as to the reception New
Yorkers with $20 would give to a fourth meeting of Charles
and Walcott. .
There are disturbing evidences that, while Pop Knicker-
bocker Is Intrigued bv the Walcott Cinderella Man guff..he Is
not enthralled with the prospect of being able to see Eaz and
On Aug. 22,' Joe j Maxim defends the light heavyweight-title
heer against Bob Murphy. One week later, Kid Gaviln and
Billy Graham are scheduled to untangle the welter mlxup. in
the" Garden. On Sept, 12, Randy Turpln will fight Ray Robinson.
After all that New Yorkers might yawn Walcott and Charles
into the 8t. Nicholas Rink.
"For the first time in 15 years, we haven t enough dates
to accomodate champions eager to fight," Jublllated Welll.
KEARNS 8EBS MARCIANO HEADED FOR TITLE
At the end of the first half the
score stood Gamboa 11 and Co-
coll five. Crawford led hla team
with three field goals in this half
while Jamena sank two for his
team, Cocoll.
The second half was much
Welll. who ha an Interest In his srl*s Interest In Rocky
Marciano, doubtless envisions a match between the Brockton
Brawler and the Walcott-Cbarles winner. That means i
waiting for Louis. k
"Strange how even boxing hUtow repeats Itself," mused
Jack Keams. Jack Depsey's old pilot and now Maxim's manager.
"With the rise of Walcott. we have a situation exactly like
the one which developed with Jess Willard's victory over Jack
Johnson. .,,
"A tremendous opportunity was presented for some young;.
hardhitting, colorful heavyweight, and he came along in a guy
named Dempeey. ... '. .. _
"The Dempsey of the current picture will be this socking
closer than the first as the vtc- MarcUno. He i9 heavyweight who fights at a four-round
tors made ten points and the los- e the wgy Jack ^ld
ers nine. The Gamboa scoring I -'Meanwhile, we have in Maxim a fighter, who can whip
was evenly distributed as was Walcott anv old tlme. Murphy? Why, that wide open target Is
Coeoll's. made to order for a boxer like Maxim.
Don't forget this Imrxirtant thlnn about Maxim. He win
The two Gamboa forwards, welh around 173 for Murohy. He has been meeting heavy-
Crawford and Morris, made six weiRnts al 133, slow and sluggish. He was stablewom against
points apiece. Colon led Cocoll1
with five points with Jamenzand
KIrkland having four.
The box score:
GAMBOA FG
Morris, f...... %
Blakely, f...... 0
Crawford, f..... 3
Slese, f .. ,..... 2
Pederson, c..... I
Snodgrass. g .. .. 0
Wlnberg.g...... 1
Totals......... 9
ing?"
He said neither player nor
owner wants to use the alter-
natives to the clause in vogue
for many years. These, he said,
are either to drop it or to get up
COCOLI FG
Colon, f........ 2
. 0
. 0
. 2
. 0
. 2
Barnes, f
Jamena, c ..
Rlppert, g..
KIrkland, g.
FT
S
0
0
0
2
0
0
FT
1
0
1
0
0
0
Totals......... 6
TP
6
0
6
4
4
0
2
22
TF
5
0
1
4
0
4
14
"The game is flourishing." broke in Mons. Welll, who had
been listening with Interest bordering on glee to 1
estimate of 81gnor Marciano.
Washington Saturday that we
would win the appeal." Walker
aid at his home here. "The evi-
dence there was honest.
"Now that Mr. Trautman has
ruled to lilt the suspension. I
hope that the Allanta fans will
be 1 he good sports that I know
they are antl will be kind in their
treatment to both Presldenl
Hurth and Umpire Roy," Walker
said.
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Csar Brln rested today for
tomorrow night's encounter with
Joe Louis saying that he Is in tip
top condition and confident of
the outcome.
He said he figures on weighing
195 compared to 210 for Louis.
Brion finished training Monday
with workouts against Dave
Whillock. a light heavyweight,
and Junior Payne who weighs
265 pounds.
Ringside observers noted that
Brion was not trying too hard
and both seemed to reach the
Argentine with lefts with consid-
erable ease.
Louis, for his part. Is also con-
fident although he said, "Brion j
packs a wallop in his right hand j
and everybody knows I can be
reached with a right." He said
Brion Is a tough battler and he
expects to have a difficult time
with the Argentine.
The Wednesday night bout, at-
tracting chief interest here be- (
cause of Louis' fourth comeback
bout to the point where he can I
challenge Joe Walcott for the
world heavyweight champion-
ship.
Louis said he still hopes to get
a shot at the title although now
It looks to be a little farther away
because of Walcott's win over
Ezzard Charles.
"I was supposed to meet
Charles last April but Walcott
gave Charles a bloody ear a lew
weeks earlier and the fight had
to be postponed. Now I don't ex-
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January," Joe concluded.
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ceremonies as the Fort Kobbe school closes for the summer vacation. Among the tiny grad-
uates are: Sandra Brown, Judith Barrlngton, Edwlna Blttel. Barbara Callahan, David Doug-
las, Cheryl Gray, David Hough, Pamela Kirk, Marilyn Mlnton, Dorothy Pratt, Virginia Pol-
lard, Katie Senter, Alston Sterling, Edwin Van Scoy, Gordon Andrews. Carol Balrd, Joseph
Barrlngton, Karla Crowell, Jlmmle Canfleld, E Ueen Farrell. Dickie Fischer, Ann Hawkins Paul
Kayanan, Karen Loeffler. BUI Metcalf, Heather Metheny, Gary Norman, Johnny Praytor
George Strlne, Gregory Senter. Linda Jeanne Wardell, Stormy Winter, Bernard Atkins, Shar-
on Barnett, Marilyn Bennlngton, Elizabeth Billings, Mark Caracclo, Barbara Crowell, Laura
poison, Jerry Dewell. Roger Dodge. James Kay es. Patricia Janssen. Dan Kayanan Dawn Klm-
blll, Joe Losch, Michael North. Linda Parko, Woody Pierce. Michael Roesle. Margaret Szymo-
zak. Tommy Wardell and Garry Warrlner. (U.S Army Photo)
Zoo Trip Part
Of Graduation
For Kobbe Tots
A graduation ceremony, a visit'
to the Curundu Zoo. and finally.!
an all-morning ice-cream party
marked the close of Fort Kobbe
Nursery School for 53 little people
ranging In age from two and one-
half through five.
The Nursery School, under the
supervision of Mrs. Ethel Pettlt
and her staff of three, has been
In operation for 11 months out of
the past year and reached an at-
tendance peak of 73 pupils
through June.
With Mrs. Mary E. Carter,
Mrs. Patt Bryant and Mrs.
Blanche Brown, Mrs. Pettlt plac-
es special emphasis on the deve-
lopment of social habits In the
youngsters courtesy, coopera-
tion and respect for other Indi-
viduals and on the develop-
ment of creative abilities.
Through a program specifically
slanted for pre-school children,
the school staff follows the ten-
ets of modern psychology with
particular stress on the develop-
ment of good teacher-child rela-
tionships and on the developing
within the little ones a sense of
security.
That the principles of the
school have been absorbed by the
youngsters was obvious by their
display of confidence In tlie song
and dance program presented
during the graduation ceremony,
during which each child had a
chance to perform.
WASHINGTON, July 31, (UP)
Chairman Tom ConnaUy, D.,
Tex., of the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee, angrily accused
Marshall Plan officials today of
"thinking up ways to spend mo-
ney" when they ought to be 'go-
ing out of business."
He hurled the boondogRllne
charge at William C. Foster, head
of the Economic Cooperation Ad-
ministration, who testified before
the committee in support of Pres-
ident Truman's $8,500,000,000 for-
eign aid program.
Connally's surprise outbursts
came soon after Foster disclosed
that western Europe has increas-
ed its industrial production 19 per
cent in the past year with Mar-
shall Plan aid. and now is turn-
ing out 44 per cent more goods
than it did before World War II.
Foster also disclosed, under
questioning, that the pending bill
includes $60.000.000 in economic
aid for Yugoslavia, In addition to
whatever amount of arms aid the
Defense Department may decide
to send.
Sen. Owen Brewster. R., Me.,
said he "understood" that total
U.S. aid to Yugoslavia, past and
future, will touch the billion dol-
lar mark. Foster Indicated he did
not consider this estimate exor-
bitant.
Foster testified that the bill in-
cludes $930,000.000 for military
and economic aid to Asiatic na-
tions threatened by Communist
aggression. He said that a "rela-
tively small" amount of U.S. aid
would greatly strengthen South-
east Asia, and help to insure this
country continued access to its
vital raw materials.
Connally Interrupted by roar-
ing that: "You fellows spend all
your time thinking up ways to
spend money."
"You fellows want to take care
of the whole world." he said.
"Your agency was established lo
work for economic recovery in
Europe, and now should be going
out of business. But you're chas-
ing problems in Southeast Asia.
You want to build up and take
care of these little wobbling
countries out there."
Foster sought to explain that
he thought the threat of Com-
mupism is a global one, and that
the United States would get big
returns from a comparatively i
small outlay In Southeast Asia.
But Connally cut short the ex-
planation, and repeated his pre-
vious "lecture" to Foster on con-
centrating on Western Europe.
"Western Europe is our big pro-
blem, it's through Western Eu-
rope that we're going to be at-
tacked." Connally said.
House For 3rd Time Votes
Tidelands Oil To States
LT. COL. RICHARD I. NEWCOMB, Provost Marshal. Pacific
Sector, USARCARIB (left i points out Important details of a
jeep radio installation to some of the 12 officers and men of
the Costa Rica Guardia Civil who visited recently in the Canal
Zone. The group Is inspecting the use of radio communica-
tions In police activities.
The nine officers and three NCO's were headed by Maj.
Manuel Ventura-Soriano, who is Military Assistant to the
President of Costa Rica. While in the Zone, they inspected
radio installations of the 549th Military Police Company, at
Fort Clayton, and of the police departments of the Republic
of Panama and the Canal Zone.
The government of Costa Rica has recently ordered radio
equipment for its police patrol cars, and is obtaining ln-
formatlon about the proper operation of the new units.
Far East Expert Cleared
After Security Inquiry
Colombia Pledges
Additional Troops
For UN Service
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.. July
31 (USISi Colombia, which al- ,
ready has the frigate "Almirante
Padilla" in Korean waters and a
battalion of troops in the land
action there, has notified the Uni-
ted Nations that it will train !
"other contingents" of its Army
for UN. Service.
A letter from Colombian Minis-
ter of Foreign Affairs Gonzalo :
Restrepo Jaramillo. was present-
ed to UN. Secretary General .
Trygve Lie by Eliseo Arango. per-
manent representative of Colom- |
bla to the United Nations.
The Colombian letter was in |
answer to Lie's communication of,
April 18. Lie's communication re-
quested information from mem-
ber governments regarding the
action they intended to take un-
der the "uniting for peace" reso-
lution passed by the.General As-
sembly on November 3.1950. The
resolution requested the main-
tenance within the national arm-
ed forces of member states of ele-
ments so trained, organized and
equipped that they could promp-
tly be made available for service
within the United Nations when
necessary in support of collective
military measures aimed at,
maintaining and consolidating!
International peace and security.!
ESOSOC Session
In Geneva Has
Heaviest Session
GENEVA, July 31 (USIS)The
United Nations Economic and
Social Council (ESOSOC faces
the heaviest agenda- in its his-
tory during its 13th session, which
opened here today.
Recommendations for financ-
ing economic development of
countries In need of technical aid
constitute one of the major sub-
jects on the agenda of 58 items
scheduled for discussion.
In a draft resolution submit-
ted to the council's economic '
committee last week, the United '
States offered recommendations'
both for the countries able to
support capital and those seek- J__
WASHINGTON, July 31. (UPi
Career diplomat John Paton Da-
vies, Jr.. was cleared yesterday of
security charges after a week-
long State Department investiga-
tion. He Immediately was restor-
ed to his post on Secretary Dean
Achesons policy and planning
staff.
The secret charges were not
announcad. But the Department
said in a statement that it has
"full confidence" in the 43-year-
old official. It described him as
"one of the department's out-
standing foreign affairs officers."
He was suspended June 27 a-
long with Far Eastern expert Ed-
mundo. Clubb whose case comes
ing foreign capital to assist their
development.
The economic committee of
ESOSOC approved a series of rec-
ommendations Saturday design-
ed to facilitate the flow of capi-
tal In the economic development
of those, countries, and emphas-
ized In a draft resolution the need
for governmental measures to re-
move barriers which Inhibit the
movement of both private and
public capital. The countries
needing aid were urged to take
steps which would increase their
ability to absorb the foreign fi-
nancial assistance.
o-----
up today. Charges against Clubb
also are secret.
The State Department's Loyal-
ty-Security Board decision on
Davles now must be reviewed by
President Truman's higher-level
Loyalty Review Board. It never
has reversed a decision of the de-
partmental board.
Carlisle H. Humelslne. deputy
Undersecretary of State for se- ,
entity, said the Department's,
suspension "has been rescinded
and Davles has been reinstated
without prejudice___"
The announcement came soon
after Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy,,
R.. Wls.. whose Communlsts-ln-
Government charges stirred up a
nationwide furore last year, fired
a new blast at Acheson. He ac-
cused the Secretary of making a
"deliberate attempt" to deceive
the people about loyalty cases. |
Clubb, director of the Depart-
ment's China Division, and like
Davies a veteran of many years
in the Far East, was suspended
under similar charges.
At the time of the original an-
nouncement, the department said
only security charges were in-
volvedgenerally meaning unsa-
tisfactory personal traits.
But they later were broadened
to include both loyalty and se-
curity considerations.
WASHINGTON. July 31 (UP)
The House for the third time
voted overwhelmingly yesterday
to abandon all Federal claims to
$40,000,000.000 worth of undersea
oil lands off the coasts of Cali-
fornia, Texas and Louisiana.
The bill to return control of
the submerged lands to the
states has passed 265 to 109, or
more than the two thirds major-
ity necessary to override the veto
which President Truman has
promised.
It now goes to the Senate
where opponents hope to make
a better showing.
The House approved the "quit-
claim'' measure, sponsored by
Rep. Francis E. Walter, D Pa.,
after defeating 114 to 28 a subs-
titute resolution which would
have retained Federal control.
Sponsored by Rep. Emmanuel
Celler, D.. N.Y., the substitute
would have maintained the sta-
tus quo for five years.
That would have had the ef-
fect of upholding at least tem-
porarily three Supreme Court de-
cisions establishing Federal do-
mination over the offshore lands.
Another substitute, by Rep.
Mike Mansfield. D Mont., was
ruled out of order and never
rame to a vote. It would have re-
tained Federal control perman-
ently but provided for distribut-
ing revenue from oil leases to all
48 states for aid to education,
Mansfield asserted that the
"big fight" for his plan will come
in the Senate, where a similar
measure Is backed by 11 senators.
But Walter predicted that the
Senate also will pass his measure
by more than enough votes to
.override a Presidential veto.
Walter's bill would give to the
states a strip seaward from the
low-tide mark, three miles off
Louisiana and California, and
10', 2 miles off Texas. If any other
Seaboard state should later dis-
cover valuable oil reserves off-
shore, it would control them un-
der the bill.
Walter told the House that the
land had been claimed by the
states for more than a century
before the Federal government
tried to gain control by bring-
ing suits to the Supreme Court.
Role Of US Business
In Latin America
On HOG Via 'Voice'
NEW YORK, July 31 (USIS)
The responsibilities of North Am-
erican business in Latin America
will be discussed on the Voice of
I America over HOG Wednesday
I night (August first) by three
men familiar with the problem
Of the republics.
The subject will be discussed
on HOG at 0:15 p.m. by Dr. Vln-
,cenzo Petrullo. Professor of In-
ternational Affairs at Colgate
University, Dr. Georges Chavarl,
i Professor of Romance Languages
at Colgate, and Joseph M. Ma-
! rone, a businessman. All have
studied about Latin America and
also lived there.
The program Is one of a weekly
I series of round-table discussions
on the general heme of freedom
and responsibility.
OUT FOR BLOODHigh man
on the totem pole is Wilford
Green of Ketchikan, Alaska. He
ascended the heights to help plug
for donations of blood when a
mobile blood bank arrived from
Seattle, Wash. He remained atop
the pole until the bank'i quota
was filled, netting 107 pints of
blood for use by armed forces.
We're Going ... rfi
to COSTA RICA
VIA
W LACSA!
f-^\_N (Affiliate of PAA)
Round Trip only V ^f|
(One way $20.00)
Leave Monday & Thursday 11:00 a.m.
(50 passenger planes)
r* rtarrvallnn rB:
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
Tel.
2-1(55 Tivoli Ave A IS vht. Street
r Year Local Travel AxrM.
The World's BtGGEST
SMALL-car buy!
British built by William Morris, Lord Nuffield. All the
important engineering advances ofi9ii cars! British
Bulldog Morris Engine. New Mono-construction.
Seating for four within wheel-base. 35-40 miles per gallon.
EASIER to park ... EASIER to steer through traffic ...
EASIER to garage ... EASER to pay for and
care far. All these features in the
rave-able, save-able Morris.
Old Timers
Checking Up
On Job Progress
DERRY, N. H July 31 (UP)
An old school tie kept the
Indians Out of this village In
the days when thev were be-
ing Incited by the French in
Canada to sack and plunder
the English communities.
The first minister in Derry
was the Rev. James McGregor,
a college classmate of the Mar-
quis de Vaudreuil, French gov-
ernor pi Canada.
The two men maintained
their friendship through cor-
respondence for years. While o-
ther settlements were being
burned and the inhabitants
scalped. Derry esoaped.
The marquis told the warring
Indians th,e Derry villagers were
different from the rest of the
English. He added a more tel-
ling argument, advising the
savages no bounty would be
paid for Derry scalps.
Samuel Smug!
Samuel Smug Is smart, 'tis true,
If you were he, yon would be too!
Sam can always find good buys,
His secret is to advertise!

Minor
Convertible or Sedan
IMMEDIATE OFF-THE-FLOOR DELIVERY
HEURTEMATTE & ARIAS, S.A.
No. 10 J. Feo. de la Ossa Ave. Tels. 2-1259 2-1644
LAM HERMANOS Coln, R. de P.
ABADA ft CIA. David, Chirlaui
"Quality is our business"
M-JS

BRANCH STORE on Tivoli Avenue
& FELIX
Tomorrow Wednesday
2nd DAY ANNIVERSARY SALE
with many new additions
LADIES RAINCOATS................regular 2.95 SALE 1.95
with cap, belt and bag;
all sizes and colors '
GIRLS RAINCOATS .................regular 2.25 SALE I.SO
Hood, Belt, &. Bag
LADIES UMBRELLAS ...............regular 4.50 SALE 3.50
Rayon
Lovely fine NYLON UMBRELLAS.....regular 7.95 SALE 5.95
MATERNITY DRESSES
Sheers Prints
Special purchase!
Birthdav Special Prices...
TRAVEL SUITS
ALL SALES CASH
Further reduction on
EVENING and COCKTAIL DRESSES
ALL SALES FINAL
FELIX B. MADURO, S. A
BRANCH-STORE ONLY
No. 6 Tivoli Avenue Air-Conditioned
Opposite Ancon Post Office OPEN FROM 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
also during noon hour



AGE SIX
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TUESDAY. JULY 31, Mil
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No. 12.179 Central ava.C'ala.
Minimum for
12 words
3* each additional
word.
FOR SALE
Household
)=0R SALE:7 cu. ft. Coldspol re-
frigerator. 1 949 Chevrolet Sport
' Coup, block, excellent condition,
15.000 miles. 0788-E, William-
? son Place. Phone Bolbo 6410.
0R SALE:25 cycle RCA automa-
tic radio-phonograph, table model.
I with matching mahogany record
| cobir-et. Both $50.00. 2-3151,
5182-A, Diablo.
FOR
OR SALE:Nine foot 25 cycle, oil-
porcelain Westinghouse refriger-
ator. 826-A Empire St. Balboa.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
WC HAVI taken, in to* many asad
can and mast isl, at a loes! Prices
belaw the averse* TRADE IN
velut. Many maltas and medals.
Financinf available. NASH
AGfNCY.
BARGAIN! Leaving. Livingroom, din-
ingroom, bedroom set. No. 19
46th Street Apt. I, Tel. 3-3392
FOR SALE:Livingroom. hand wov-
' en wool rugs; complete dining-
I room mahogany set; Community
b plate set of twelve; complete set
| mohogony bedroom furniture with
1 double bed. box spring?, Inner-
spring mattress; four burner Tap-
i pon stove with oven; 8 foot Norge
refrigerator; 20 gallon Hotstreom
' heater. Telephone Panama 3-0543
FOR SALE:7' Philco Refrigerator,
5 year guarantee. 2 years old
House R 31 apartment F, Rous-
seau.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 19' cobin boot with
converted model A engine. Call
Albrok 86-4273. Qtrs. 91-A.
HUMAN
AFTERMANTH
(Continued from Pare 1)
furnishing their badly damaged
home,
They sat at a case worker's
desk, still wearing high boots
caked with '.he mud of the ram-
paging Missouri, and told a story
that was like an echo of what's
happened all.along the Big Mud-
dy', banks.
o
"Jl was buying the house and
I hud a big garden and was rais-
ing" everything we needed to eat."
Jonfcs aid. "We even had a milk
cow and a beef cow. We picked
the spot there because that was
where we wanted to live and
raise our three kids raise em
the way we wanted to.
"We got the milk cow out. But
everything In the house Is gone
wrecked, and there's mud five
leet deep on the second floor.
Tke whole house was under
water.
What would it mean if he got
help to go back to that flood-
wrecked house and garden and
tan over?
Jones looked at the mud on his
boots for a minute, then replied
softly and deliberately
"Everything," he sa'id.
FOR SALE:Trucks: One GMC. 5
ten, 1947, excellent condition,
GMC 2 1-2 ton. Army type, 10
wheeli, 1942. One International
2 1-2 ton, 1947, long chossis. In-
ternational 2 I -2 ton. 1 947, short
chassis. One Mack 5 ton, 1947,
excellent condition. Telephone 2-
0610, Ponama.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Harley Davidson, 74
74 OHV. Fo.r shape $395.00. 860
X Morgan Ave. 5-7 p. m.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:Nice unfurnished 3 nr 4
bedroom house with vnrd. Con.
tact Public Affairs Officer, U. S.
Embassy.
~ LESSONS
LESSONS: Closses in arithmetic
fundamentals and phonics, begin
August 1st. Limited number of
rhi'd-eo who do not speak English
will be accepted in pre-school
class. Phone 4-553 Gertrude Hoff-
man. Directory has incorrect num-
ber.
MISCELLANEOUS
Oa yea have a drinking areel.m?
Write Alcaholic Anenymetii
Baa 2011 A neon, C. Z.
RESORTS
Houses ON BEACH Santa Clara, In-
expensive. Phone SHRAPNEL. Bal-
boa 2120 or see caretaker.
SUMMER SPECIAL Cold Wave. $7.50.
Why have a home permanent?
. .with inadequate facilities, no
certain finished look, and no guar-
antee when you can have a
professionol 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 Beauty Shop. Open 9:00
o. m. to 6:00 p. m. Balboa Club-
house, upstairs.
Williams Santa Clare Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frigidoires, Rock-
gas ronges. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS STRUCTUMS FOR SALI
For sole to the hightest bidder,
Buildings Nos. 275. Ancn; 1054.
1058. 1059. 1062X, 1066, 1067.
1069. 1152 and 1161. Cocoli; 12
Summit. Sealed bids will be received
in the office of the Superintendent
of Storehouses at Balboa until 10:30
a. m, August 21, 1951, when they
will be opened in public. Forms of
proposal with full particulars may be
secured in the offices of the Super-
intendent of Storehouses, Balboa,
and the Housing Managers at Balboa
Heights. Coocli and Pedro Miguel.
Reds Dispatch Forces
Ttv Fight Guerrillas
HONG KONG. July 31 (TJP>
Crack Communist forces have
been sent to try to supress
Chinese Nationalist guerrillas
who penetrated Red China to a
depth of 10 miles along the bor-
der between Burma and Yunnan
province. China.
The guerrillas were reported
to number about 5.000 men, un-
der General Lee Mee.
Truman Would Up
Funds To Bring
Mexicans To US
WASHINGTON, July 31 (U6IS)
President Truman asked Con-
gress for a supplemental appro-
priation of $6.50 million lo assist
in bringing Mexican farm work-
ers into the United States and to
prevent illegal entries, the White
House announced.
The money would be used by
the Immigration and naturaliza-
tion service of the Department of
Justice, if Congress approves the
request and if the Mexican and
U.S. Governments reach an a-
greement for bringing Mexican
workers into the United States
for harvest-time jobs The two
countries recently began discuss-
ing the matter in Mexico City.
Truman recently requested a
supplemental appropriation of
$26.485.000 for the Department of
Labor in connection with the hir-
ing of Mexicans. The President
had pointed out that improve-
ments in the system were neces-
sary for the benefit and satisfac-
tion of both countries.
Pork Chop Prices
Soar As Increases
Okayed By Covt.
WASHINGTON. July 31 The nation's butcher shops
; were authorized bv the govern-
ment today to increase the re-
l tail price of osi pi""'" --
and pork roasts an average of
five to six cents a pou'ic
FOR SALE:Boy's bicycle, good con-
dition. $15.00. Cushmon Airborne
Scooter, fair condition, new tires,
$75.00. R. Albntton. House
712-D, Prado, Balboa.
FOR SALE :-^-Genuine Emerald Ear-
mgs $45.00. Tel. Eilboa 2-1808
or 285-B, Gorgo; Road. 4 p. m.
8 p. m.
FOR SALE:Stock of Emerson Ra-
dio ports, tubes, etc original va-
lue $1,500.00. To go to hightest
bidder over $300.00. International
Import Co.. No. 5 6th Street,
Ponama City.
FOR SALE: Singer sewing foot
mactt ne, Royal portable typewriter,
panel bed. Phone 916, Colon.
FOR SALE: Simmons youth bed
complete and in good condition.
Apply upstairs ot the All America
Cable Building in Old Cristobal or
phone 3-1713.
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TODAY'S SPECIAL
'49 CHEVROLET SEDAN COUPE
w/ Leather Lphoisten Good Tires
A-1 Condition.
s 1,275.-
AND MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
CIV A, S. A.
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Strikes Hit Many
US Industries
NEW YORK, July 31
Widespread strikes today idled
more than 35,000 workers in ma-
nufacturing, transportation and
utilities across the United States.
Strike votes by metal and auto-
motive workers neared with an-
other 106.000 threatening to walk
out.
The largest strike today idled
22.000 employes of the Caterpil-
lar tractor company at East Peo-
ra, Illinois.
Some 11.000 AFL bakers went
on strike at midnight in Minne-
sota's twin cities of Minneapolis
and St. Paul, leaving only 'cor-
ner" bakeries to supply bread to a
metropolitan area of 1.000.000.
On the West Coast all Western
Airlines planes were grounded as
a strike of the company's me-
chanics moved into its fourth
day.
Some 180 pilots and 100 stew-
ardesses refused to cross the me-
chanics' picket lines.
Strike votes are pending in
Ford's parti plants a' Monroe,
Mich., in Chrysler's main Dodge
plant, and throughout the 80.000-
member Mine. Mill and Smelter
Workers Union.
Phillies. Beoch cottages, Santo Clara.
Box 435. Bolboa Phone Ponama
3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673.
Gromlieh'i Sonta Cloro beoch-
cotftves. Electric ice boxes, gos
stoves, moderte rates. Phona 6-
541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061, 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: One room furnished
apartment. All modern convenien-
ces. Splendid location. 43rd Street
No. 13.
FOR RENT:Modern two bedroom
aportment with Itvingroom-dining-
roorn, on Tivoli Avenue No. 18,
across from Ancon Post Office. Tel,
2-1032.
FOR RENT:Best small aportment
value in town. See it and compare.
no obligation, Portilla Airport Rd.,
No. 121.
FOR RENT:Furnished two bedroom
apartment, Bella Vista, also one-
room ond bath. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT:Unfurnished apartment
near American Embassy. Two bed-
rooms, livingroom. diningroom,
bolcony. Peru Ave. Corner I I,
36th St. $80.00.
FOR RENT
Rooms
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
We run a PERMANENT
BARGAIN 8ALE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEMS
where the
FINEST QUALITY PAINTS
are priced LOWER
than the cheapest.
Why not save money
buying the best?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
279 Central Ave.
Tel. 3-0140.
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Only A Few Clothes
Burned. But Rips
Played It Straight
Today The Panama American
reponer chased a fire. It was
Just an ordlnarv little fire
caused by come clothes falling
on an electric heating element
in a closet in Quarters 27 in
Amador. But the perfect team-
work and cooperation displayed
between the Armed Forces and
the Panama Canal fire depart-
ments makes it worthy of men-
tion.
When the Army rushed their
extinguishing equipment to the
cene, by a reciprocal agree-
ment, each station moved in to
cover the other. The BaJboa
Central Fire Station sent a rig
and fire jeep to cover 15th
Naval District, had the Navv
Immediately dispatched their
fire fighters to the Army.
The fire was frightened
away.
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for 11800.04 will tell for
$1700.00. (all Cristobal
1411 after ( p.m.
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ing to theory, it will manufac-
ture atomic fuel out of the ma-
terials that are now being wast-
ed, and will multiply atomic re-
sources a hundred-fold.
No dates hare been given for
the new .series of atomic weapons
tests that are being planned, but
the commission said it will con-
struct some permanent facilities
in 5.000-square-mile Frenchman
Flat proving ground in Nevada
where the five atomic explosions
were set off early this year.
The report contained the hint
that the comr"'.,f> '
ed super-secret new sites for as-
sembling, StOlirig <-. .
otnic bombs. It said ne,.
ties "for weapons purposes" were
developed during the first half
of 1951, and announcements were
made o some of the sites.
There have been recurrent re-
ports that the commission might
use an isolated site in the Aleu-
tians for testing the weapons.
Much of the report was a resume
of previously published informa-
tion on Emwetok tests ot last
April and May in which it is be-
lieved progress was made toward
the development of the hydro-
gen bomb.
The commission said nothing
about the weapons tested except
that they provided valuable civil
defense data on the effects of
weapons "several times more
powerful'' than the original at-
omic bombs which burst over Ja-
pan.
Extensive experimenta were
made at Eniwetok to find out the
effects of atomic radiation on
mice, dogs and pigs. The commis-
sion said these experiments ap-
parently will provide definitive
answers" for the civil defense
planners on what radiation does
to human beings.
The commission further said
that radioactive isotopes were
being shipped to Argentina but
would not be of any use in pro-
ducing atomic bombs. Isotopes
imported by other Latin Ameri-
can countries totalled: Peru,
eight; Uruguay, eight; Cuba,
five: Colombia, four, and Mexi-
co, two. A total of 1.112 Isotopes
have been shipped to all coun-
tries.
Argentina recently had an-
nounced significant develop-
ments in atomic, explosions, but
said the discoveries would be
used for economic purposes, and
not for bombs. Nevertheless, the
question on this subject arose at
a news conference held by Gor-
don Dean, chairman of the Unit-
ed States Atomic Energy Commis-
sion.
It was based on the commis-
sion s report released today which
allowed Argentina ranks second
only to Brazil among the Latin
American countries Importing
isotopes from the United States
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MATERIALS
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for the protection of childhood,
Interamerican Institute of Agri-
cultural Sciences. Pan American
Sanitary Organization. Interna-
tional Monetary fund. Interna-
tional Labor Organization and
the International Bank for Re-
construction and Development.
The agenda for the Panama
session of ECOSOC follows:
1. Prices and monetary reserves
(Ai Effect of price regulations
on the economy of the American
Republics and best enforcement
methods. (B> Maintenance of the
purchasing power of money and
monetary reserves.
2. Scarce raw materials and
productsStudy of the measures
adopted for increasing the pro-
duction and distribution of scarce
raw materials and products, and
especially of the policy followed
by the American countries with
respect to the International ma-
terials conference,
3. Transportation 'Ai Eval-
uation of present transportation
facilities, studies to determine
the minimum requirements for
the defense program and the es-
sential civilian needs of each of
the American Republics; studies
to determine the cooperative
measures necessary tor meeting
these exigencies. iBi Systems of
freight-and insurance rates In
Interamerican Trade.
4. Technical Cooperation Stu-
dy of the program for technical
cooperation of the organization
of American States for 1951; bas-
es for formulating the 1952 pro-
gram.
5. Social Cooperation.
6. Study of the work. Program
the council for 1951-1952.
Farmers Told How To Make
Best Use of By Products
By PATRICIA A. WIGGINS
WASHINGTON, July 31 (UP)
The American housewife soon
may be buying her husband a
shirt made from peanuts, cot-
tage cheese, corn kernels and
feathers.
She also may be lathering
apple syrup on her face when
she applies the powder puff.
Those and many other ex-
amples of human Ingenuity are
included In the new 1950-al
Agriculture Yearbook, a bulging
progress report to the farmer
from the Agriculture Depart-
ment's four research centers.
The centers were set up by
Congress in the depression
years to study new uses and
possibly create new industries
for farm surpluses. War-time
emergencies accelerated the
studies and the new edition
devotes its 968 pages to the
many scientific strides in re-
search on the farmer's products
after they leave his gate.
The editor, Alfred Stefferud,
explained that where other
yearbooks have told the farmer
how to produce two blades of
grass where only one grew be-
fore, the current volume deals
with that second blade.
Divided Into 19 sections, it
contains 145 articles by depart-
ment experts. They tell how
and why research on farm pro-
ducts got started, what has
been done so far, what Is be-
ign done and what may be
dene tomorrow.
Through the book, the real
on-the-farm expert can discov-
er ways to obtain pure-culture
mushroom mysellum. study' new
methods of processing flax-
seed, or the different treat-
ments now In use for chang-
ing the crystallinity of cotton.
Stefferud, however, has in ho
way limited the edition to pure-
ly scientific treatises. It is well
of general information for the
interested layman.
The consumer can find out
what new synthetics made from
farm products are destined to
reach commercial markets and.
for example, that a new type
of synthetic rubber production
In the U.8. soon may be econ-
omically possible, partly due to
two sacks of Russian dande-
lions shipped here in 1042.
Also, he can find that cotton
is still king. The world out-
out in that crop In 1949 was
31,000,000 bales, weighed 7,500,-
000 net tons and spun and
woven would make 19,000,000
miles of 40-lnch-wide sheeting.
He also can read about pot-
atoes, honey, fats and oils, su-
gar, enzymes, hogs, peanuts,
and many other farm crops and
their by-products. Each of the
150 chapters is intended to
prove the premise that "Come
what may. It Is wlae to give
attention to the better use of
the products of the soil."
Flood Control Attacked
As Worse Than Floods
OKLAHOMA CITY. July 31
(U.P.). Farmers along the
North Canadian River are com-
plaining that the government's
flood control is worse than the
floods.
The farmers organized the
North Canadian Flood Control
Association. They have protest-
ed formally that the heavy
flow of water released from
the big Canton dam in north-
Bids For Old (anal
Buildings Accepted
Until August 21.
A group of old buildings, In-
cluding nine "third Locks" con-
struction buildings in cocoli. a
quarters structure near Gorgas
Hospital and another in Summit,
are being offered for sale and de-
molition.
Bids for the structures will be
received In the office of the Su-
perintendent of Storehouses at
Balboa until 10 JO o'clock in the
morning of Aug. 21.
The buildings hi Cocoli were
constructed by Panama Con-
structors, Inc., contractor for
Third Locks excavation work,
and became Canal property when
the contract was renegotiated.
These buildings are numbered
1054. 1058. 1059. 1062X. 1086, 1067,
1069,' 1152 and 1161.
Bulldln* 275 In.Ancon. being
sold In this lot, is a two-story
frame quarters building next to
the Clinics Building at Gorgas
Hospital, where the dermatology
clinic and blood bank are located.
It was built In 1907 and was for-
merly assigned to hospital per-
sonnel.
Building 12 in Summit, also be-
ing offered for sale, is a four-
family quarters structure built in
1943 for temporary use by em-
ployes In the vicinity.
Red Radio Wetter
Than Ever Covering
Missouri Floods
JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. July 31.
(UPi Mrs. Evelyn Jones said
today the Russians are telling
their people that the U.S. gov-
ernment turned loose the recent
floods on Kansas and Missouri to
make the populace destitute.
Mrs. Jones said that was one
of several distorted bits of infor-
mation put out by the Russian ra-
dio which she has picked up on a |
high-powered radio.
Mrs. Jones said Radio Moscow
sandwiches In propaganda be-
tween popular music and news
commentaries In English
A favorite trick, she said. Is to
broadcast interviews with persons
identified as American soldiers.
The "soldiers" tell all about their
conversions to the wonders of Ufe
behind the Iron Curtain.
Two PC Officials
Leave Friday For
States Vacation
Colonel Richardson Selee.
Civil Affairs Director will leave i
Friday on the 8. S. Panama for:
a vacation in the United States.!
He will join Mrs. Selee in New !
York, returnig to the Isthmus
Sept. 10. Daring his absence.
James Marshall, Chief of the
Postal, Customs and Immigra-
tion Division, will act as Civil
Affairs Director.
Paul M. Runestrand. Assistant
General Counsel of the Canal
organization will also leave Fri-
day aboard the same ship to
spend a vacation in Minnesota
accompanied bv his wife and
daughter. They return Sept. 6.
western Oklahoma is eroding
hundreds of acres of rich land
along the river bank and mak-
ing thousands more uselesss
through seepage.
J. E. Oambll, Calumet, said
the annual spring flash floods
used to be over after a few
days but now that the dam
holds the water back for slow-
er release, the river runs al-
most bankful for "week after
week."
"We used to be able to get
back Into our fields three or
four days after the flood but
now seepage water keeps some
fields wet for as much as 60
days at a time," he said.
Gambll also complained that
before the dam was built farm-
ers In the rich botton could
raise two crops a year, normal-
ly after the regular spring flood
subsined.
"Now we're lucky to get one,"
he said.
Roy Ferguson, Pottawatomle
County farmer, said the water
released from the dam has cut
three acres out of one of his
fields and said he spent $3.000
piling brush along the bank
to save additional acres.
Lee Awtrey, Blalne County
farmer, estimated at least 90
sections of land. 57,600 acres,
were affected by seepage or
bank erosion.
However, at Canton. L. F.
Patterson, resident engineer,
said the heavy rate of water
release is necessary to lower
the reservoir in anticipation of
new rains. He said the dam
discharges 3,1000 cubic feet of
water a second.
He also said engineers' esti-
mates showed that at least
99.000 acres of land would have
flooded if it were not for the
dam this spring.
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AMBASSADOR WILEY ENTERTAINING TODAY
AT I'NITED STATES EMBASSY RESIDENCE
The United States Ambassador to Panama. John C. Wiley,
has issued invitations for a cocktail party to be given this
afternoon from 5:30 to 7:30 at the Embassy Residence on La
Cresta. The party will honor Joseph J. Dempsey, Public Af-
fairs Officer of the Embassy, who is to be transferred to Ar-
gentina, and will introduce to members of the press of Pana-
ma Mr. Dempsey's successor, William G. Arey.
Mr. and Mrs. Leadbltter
Entertain Informally
The Flrat Secretary of the Brit-
ish Legation In Panama and Mrs.
Jasper N. Leadbltter, entertain-
ed a small group of their friends
at an informal party Riven Sun-
day afternoon at their residence.
Miss Walsh Honored
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walsh
are Riving a dinner tonight at
their residence In Balboa for
their daughter. Miss Shirley
Walsh, her fiance, Thomaa Q.
Derrlco, and the members of
their bridal parry. The dinner
will precede the rehearsal of the
wedding.
Last evening Misa Shirley
Smith of El Cangrejo and Miss
Jean Van Evera of Balboa, who
are to be bridal attendants en-
tertained 27 guests at a miscel-
laneous shower for Miss Walsh.
The party was held last evening
in the Fern Boom of the Hotel
Tlvoll.
Marriage Announcement
Edgar McCorkle of chestnut
Hills, Pennsylvania, announces
the marriage of his daughter. El-
len More McCorkle. to Wade
Harold Simpson, Lieutenant. Sig-
nal Corps, United States Army,
son of Mrs. Ella Simpson and the
late Wade H. Simpson of Knox-
vllle. Tennessee. Judge E. I. P.
Tatelman performed the ceremo-
ny on Friday the twentieth of
July, in Balboa. Present at the
ceremony were Major Howell J.
Parry and Captain John H. Greve
ofFortKobbe.
Lt. and Mrs. Simpson will
live, temporarily, at quarters 70-
X, Pedro Miguel, until they are
assigned quarters at Fort Clay-
ton, where he Is now stationed.
Farewell Dinner Dance
for Mr. Oberr
Canal Zone Postal employes
and their ladies, numbering 140,
held a farewell dinner dance Sa-
turday evening at the Panama
Golf Club for E. B. Oberg. Canal
Zone Post Office Inspector, who
retires today. Mr. Oberg plans to
leave the Isthmus August 31 to
reside In Denver. Colorado.
W. L. Howard was toastmas-
ter at the dinner and presented
to Mr. Oberg his co-workers'
farewell gift to him. a set of golf
clubs. Among those who gave
short talks were Colonel Rich-
ardson Selee, crede Calhoun,
James Marshall and William D.
Taylor.
Mrs. Wright Honorad
Mrs. William R. Wright was
given a tea and shower Thursday
Crime Committee Is After
Suspected Mafia Drug Ring
WASHINGTON, July 31 (UP)
Chairman Herbert R. O'Conor
disclosed yesterday that the
Senate Crime Committee Is In-
vestigating Interstate angles of
the International narcotics
combine slashed by Federal
agents in New York Saturday.
The Maryland Democrat said
the crime investigators were
following the case "even before
the arrests were made" and in-
dicated that it may figure In
the committee's second group
of hearings in New York. They
are expected to start within
two weeks.
"As local matters, of course,
we are not concerned in these
arrests." O'Conor said. "But
we are certainly Interested in
their Interstate ramifications,"
The HghtnlnR-like New York
raids by some 50 federal agents
resulted in 10 arrests for smug-
gling and counterfeiting. Fed-
eral officials said the Italian
end of the "ring" was headed
bv deported vice king Charles
"Luckv" Luciano. They also
suspected the Mafia was in-
volved.
Meantime. Rep. Henry J. La-
tham, R., N. Y., urged Congress
to crackdown on the illegal drug
traffic by authorizing a $500
"beast of prey" reward to any-
one providing information lead-
ing to the conviction of a nar-
cotics peddler.
He said he will introduce a
bill in the House today to carry
out his plan.
Latham said the narcotics
traffic has mushroomed to
huge proportions and that "new
weapons must be used to fight
lt." He predicted his bounty
proposal would be a "tremend-
ous help" to the Government
"In stamping out the shocking
trade In drugs."
The members of the New
York ring were being held un-
der $495,000 ball. Baltimore of-
ficials said three arrests in that
Maryland city also may be link-
ed to the counterfeitlng-nar-
cotlcs syndicate.
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afternoon by Mrs. Keith B. Ryll,
who entertained at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cralg
S. Neville in Balboa. Guests at
the party were women employes
of the Personnel Bureau.
The guest list Included: Mrs.
J. C. Wood. Mrs. Allen Miller,
Mrs. Lois Grant. Mrs. Margaret
Wandeit, Mrs. Dale Bishop. Mrs.
Robert Lesslack. Mrs. James
Young. Mrs. Zelda Glassburn,
Mrs. Herbert Drlscoll, Mrs. John
Lawless, Mrs. Wilbur Dunscombe.
Mrs. James Hunter. Mrs. Frank
Warner. Mrs. Virginia Dlxon,
Mrs. Lloyd Murphy, Mrs. Cy
Mansberg, Mrs. Howard Engelke,
Mrs. Lee Bartlett. Mrs. Mack
Bailey, Mrs. Alberta Lattimore.
Mrs. Lee Young. Miss Jessie Pugh,
Miss Shirley Zemer. Miss Helen
Dudak. Miss Joan Stelner and
Miss Anne Galloway.
Sensational CLEARANCE
Starting August 1st
GATENO'S
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104 Central Avenue
Just unpacked thousands of yards of
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Guild Meeting
Friday Morning
The Morning Guild of St.
Luke's Cathedral will meet at 0
am. Friday with Mrs. Francis K.
Newcomer at Balboa Heights.
College Students Party
at Union Church Tonight
There will be a get-together
party at 7 tonight at the Balboa
Union Church for college stu-
dents.
Couples Club to Meet
Saturday Night
The Couples Club of the Union
Church will hold a pot luck sup-
per Saturday at 8:30 p.m. at the
church.
All Star Circle
Luncheon Tomorrow
The All Star Circle will hold it*
monthly luncheon and business
meeting tomorrow at 1 p.m. in
the Scottish Rite Temple, Balboa.
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ACTING RED CHIEF HELD William Schneiderman (left),
described bv FBI agents as the acting national chairman of
the U. 8. Communist -Party, leaves New York's Federal Court
after being arraigned. He was one of 12 top Communists
seized In the latest round-up.
Taft: US-British Sea-Air
Control Would Hold Reds
Rummage Sale for
Bella Ylsta Home
Friends of the Bella Vista Chil-
dren's Home are asked to send
donations for a rummage sale to
Mrs. Charles P. Morgan at the
Greenhouse in Ancon. Mrs. Mor-
gan is sponsoring this sale which
will be held in October to benefit
the Children's Home.
English Schoolgirls
Bound For Bullfight
Earn Official Scowl
NOTTINGHAM, Eneland. July
31 (UP) School officials here
today announced their official
dlsoaproval of a party of school-
girls who had planned to at-
tend a bullfight while on vaca-
tion in Spain.
The Board acted after re-
ceiving a protest from the
League Against Cruel Sports.
The girls planned to see a
bullfight at San Sebastian.
PLYMOUTH. Mass.. July 31
(UP)Sen. Robert A. Taft, R..
O., said yesterday that to op-
pose Russia successfully the
United States must obtain con-
trol of "the sea and air through-
out the world" with the help
of the British Emple.
Speaking to some 8.000 per-
sons under a threatening sky.
Taft said the nation must in-
crease its armed forces "tre-
mendously."
He added complete control of
the air should be the most Im-
portant element in building a
defense against Russia because
this nation can not fight the
Russians on the ground
"throughout the entire world."
"I believe that control of the
sea and air throughout the
world is within our capacity and
that we should, therefore, un-
dertake to secure that control
with the co-operation of the
British Empire." he said.
The GOP leader also changed
that the Administration had
reached a "low point" in' "di-
rect corruption" and accused lt
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of trying to establish a social-
istic form of government.
. Taft. who has said his cur-
rent speeches were designed to
"sound out" sections of the na-
tion to see if he could win the
Republican Presidential nomi-
nation next year, spoke to the
"Pilgrimage to Plymouth"
sponsored by the Plymouth
County GOP.
The pilgrimage was designed
to remind Americans of their
colonial heritage.
"There is no reason for pes-
simism about the present situa-
tion," Taft said. "There is no
reason for fear or trmebllng.
We are by far the greatest na-
tion in the world and the fast-
est-growing nation. It is only
our leadership which has led
us temporarily Into an emer-
gency problem."
Legion Committee
Names New Officers,
Committee Chairmen
The Department Executive
Committee of The American Le-
gion met at Gamboa on Sunday.
Department Commander Leon J.
Carrlngton nominated the fol-
lowing department officers who
were accepted by the committee.
Department Adjutant Roger
Greene. Finance Officer E. Ben-
nett. Historian Paul Warner.
Sgt.-at-Arms Ed. Compton.
Judge Advocate Pat Ryan.
Service Officer Fred McKin-
ney.
Retired Conductor
James Mace Wilke
Dies In Texas
James Mace Wilke, who re-
tired August 31. 1943, as conduc-
tor of the Panama Railroad, died
Sunday night in San Antonio.
Texas. He was 63 years old and
had been in 111 health for some
time.
Funeral services are to be held
today in San Antonio, where he
had made his home for the past
eight years.
A native of San Antonio, Mr.
Wilke came to the Canal Zone in
September, 1908. and was em-
ployed as a trainman in the Cu-
lebra Division of the Panama
Railroad. He was promoted to
conductor In 1910. Three years
later he resigned and returned to
the United States.
He was re-employed by the Pa-
nama Railroad as a conductor in
1925 for a brief period, later be-
coming a clerk temporarily. He
was re-rated conductor in 1920
1 and at the time of his retirement
I was senior conductor on the Pa-
nama Railroad.
Mr. Wilke is survived by his
wife, two sisters and three bro-
thers. One sister, Mrs. Frank
Gerchow. lives in Pedro Miguel.
The other members of the family
all reside in San Antonio.
16 Tivoli Ave.
- Chairmen of the various de-
partment committees appointed
were as follows: Americanism,
Nelson Magner. Public Relations,
Pat Ryan. Child Welfare. Waldo
Gllley. Boy's State. W. GUley. Boy
Scouts. Col. G. D. Poole. Legis-
lation. Pat Ryan. Graves Regis-
tration. Frank Hohmann. Span-
ish Award. Co-Chairmen M. Cor-
eo and Nelson Magner. Director
of Legion Topics. "Swifty"
Schrlf tglesser. Foreign Relations,
Jack Kennedy, M. Coreo, Joe
Watson. Markmanshlp, E. L.
Slocum and Noel Gibson. Base-
ball. Waldo Gllley and Bill Dob-
son.
Commander Carrlngton has
named Jack Kennedy as his Aide
to assist In all activities during
the coming year. Definite plans
were formulated for the opentn
of Boys State, to be held possibly
during Easter week, under the
direction of Waldo Gllley.
Two outstanding boys will be
chosen to represent this area at
Boy's Nation in Washington, D.C.
Occupational School
At La Boca Opens
6th Year August 6
August 6 marks the opening of
the sixth year of the La Boca Oc-
cupational High School.
Three hundred seven students
have enrolled In the La Boca Se-
nior High School (grades 10
through 12.> These students are
enrolled In the following curricu-
la: commercial 'stenography, tv-
Slsts, bookkeepers, cler 1 c a t.)
ome economics (food and cloth-
ing.) tailoring, metal fabrication,
wood fabrleatlon. motor mechan-
ics, printing, upholstery, profes-
sional grooming and bookbind-
ing.
The greatest number is enroll-
ed In the general commercial
curriculum for the first year, af-
ter which they will specialize for
two years in stenography, tvplng.
bookkeeping or clerical work.
Any business man who is inter-
ested in obtaining well trained
high school graduates may call
the school.
Parents of entering sophomores
(tenth grade) must appear with
the student and his birth certifi-
cate at the school office between
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY. JULY 31, nfci
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^Secretary Marshall Sees War
\QPeril Swelling As Russia Arms
'Kind Hearts And Coronets
Opens Today at Bella Vista
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By FRANK ELEAZER
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" WASHINGTON, July 31 (UP) Defense Secretary
'"'teorge C. Marshall warned Congress less than two weeks
ago that the danger of war with Russia "is increasing,"
it was disclosed yesterday.
" Marshall's statement was made during closed-door
testimony before the House Military Appropriations Sub-
committee July 18. He appeared to urge swift action on
the Administration's $60,000,000,000 defense spending
bill, largest in peacetime history.
Gen. Omar N. Bradley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs
of Staff, said at the same time that any major cut in the
program "would invite disaster."
The Secretary, whose testimony was just made public,
also said it probably will be six weeks or more before the
Korean peace talks reach any conclusion in other words,
early September.
It! HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Stall Correspondent >
- o
He said quick action on the
big appropriations bill "will help
us very much in getting the deci-
sion tiia' we want" at the Kae-
song truce conference by letting
the Communists know we mean
bvisiness.
. Marshall's views about the like-
lihood of war with Russia were
brought out under questioning by
subcommittee Chairman George
H. Mahon, D., Tex., who asked
the defense chief:
"What Is vour considered judg-
ment, general, as to the likeli-
hood of a major war now as com-
pared with two or three months
ago?"
Marshall at first replied that it
was about the same. But then he
noted that "there has been a
constant build-up in the Soviets
and their satellites, of their mili-
tary strength." and that we do
not know much about that.
Mahon pressed him further.
"The likelihood of an all-out
war to a never-present consid-
eration then?" he asked.
"I think it is continuing and.
from the viewpoint of the ene-
my's build-UB, it is increas-
ing," Marshall replied.
The Defense Secretary's testi-
mony highlighted the hearings
which also brought out that:
1) The National Security Re-
sources Board has stand-by cen-
sorship plans which could be put
into operation "In a matter of
hoi rs" in case of war.
2) The Armv soon will have a
new array of tanks and arm-
ored vehicles, including a light
lank that can fire on the run
with great accuracy. The tank,
the Walker Bulldog, will have
a top speed of about 40 miles
an hour and a much improved
fire-control system.
31 The Defense Department
may ask Congress to establish a
separate, less expensive pension
system for men who are inducted
despite physical handicaps. The
aim would be to reduce or avoid
pavment of compensation for dis-
abilities such men had when
they were inducted.
On the cease-fire talks, Mar-
shall said it would appear that
the communists "very much"
want to halt the bloody Korean
war. But even so. he warned, the
Kaesong talks are sure to en-
counter serious difficulties before
any final decision is reached.
After the secretary had outlin-
ed the various steps necessary
before any truce agreement could
be achieved, Mahon asked:
"Would It be fair to say. then,
that if we pass this bill through
the House and Senate during the
next six weeks we will not know
during that period of time Just
what may result In Korea?"
"I do not think you will know,
sir," Marshall said.
HOLLYWOOD. (NEA) Mov-
ies Without Popcorn:
The playback machine is spin-
ning away on the big sound stage
8t Warners that houses the "Star-:
lift" troupe and a trim curvy
Jane Wyman is matching her Up (
movements to a song she has re-
corded a day earlier.
Extras garbed in red robes and
pajamas move around the Army
hospital set or lend an ear to
Jane's warbling from their beds.
When the number is finished. I
stroll around the stage looking at
the pin-ups near each cot. Sud-
denly I stop in my tracks.
Some extra with a sense of hu-
mor, or mavbe it's Just a sense of
plain adoration, has pinned busty
Dagmar's picture on the wall.
Shirley Yamaguchl. the fancy
dish from Japan. Is emoting with
Don Taylor and James Bell m
"East Is East." It's the scene in
which Don, as an Army officer,
introduces Shirley, his NlDpon
bride, to his father. Tiny Shirley
goes through her Hollywood pac-
es without a hitch and afterwards
I sav to her:
With all the yen you're goinc
to make in this picture, you'll
probablv be able to afford a
swimming pool back In Tokyo,
huh?"
"Oh. you make me laugh,"
Shirley laughs behind her fan.
Japanese movie queen can not
swim."
lights focused on her during a
mere rehearsal.
I turned to watch Arlene's re-
action, but there's no Mrs. Lex
Barker around. The smart cookie
has raced for the nearest exit."
Fact and fiction are merged at
Fox. where Susan Hayward lfi
playing Jane Froman in "With a
Song in My Heart" and David
Wayne is pretending to be Don
Ross, Jane's first husband. The
background is a radio station
and Susan Is telling David why
sheI mean Jane Fromancan
bring a special feeling to popular [
songs.
Suddenly Director Walter Lang
calls out:
"Susan's lips are definitely too
hot."
This, gentle readers, does not |
mean that Sudan's pucker-utfpers
have become too exy. Lang is re-
ferring to the light shining on
her lipstick. A few strokes of the
make-up man's brush and Su-
san's lips are no longer torrid.
I don't think that Arlene Dahl
will be visiting any movie sets
that Shelley Winters happens to
be working on in the future. Or
maybe it's just my imagination.
Arlene of the flame colored
tresses is an onlooker a* Shelley
goes through her paces with actor
Raymond Burr in Ul's "Meet
Danny Wilson" and the air is
charged with enough female elec-
tricity to light up the Arlxona
wastelands.
Shelley, playing a bedroom
scene in a filmy, droopy-neck-
lined negligee keeps peering ner-
vously beyond the blazing studio
lights toward Arlene. And every-
thing's going wrong for Shelley.
She decides that she's violently
ill and her wordagc doesn't come
from the script. She smells leak-
ing gas and looks baffled when
she's told that nobody else has
whiffed it.
Then Sl"*.lley's hand goes to
her head dramatically and she
demands to know why i.'s neces-
sary for the crew to keep the hot
It's women, women, women
everywhere over 200 of 'em, on
the setrof "Westward the Wom-
en" at MOM. Pike-bonneted and
long-skirted, they sit m a spaclovs
courtroom waltlne to be Inter-
viewed bv John Mclntvre and Ro-
bert Taylor for a westward trek
to California. A sign on the wall
reads:
"Ladies. Come to California. A
Oreat Country for Marrying."
The distaff-slders knit quietly
as Denlse Darcel states her rea-
sons for wishing to join the wa-
gon train and find a husband.
When Denlse has delivered her
1 dialog, I overhear a blonde extra
say:
"I wish I had lines. I'd walk
right up there and tell them that
I want to get married, too. And
when they asked me my name, I'd
say Peggy Hopkins Joyce."
Already noted as one of the
most versatile actors, Alec Guin-
ness has earned new laurels from
the critics for his 'spectacular
eight-person performance in J.
Arthur Rank's "Kind Hearts and
Coronets," the witty and sus-
pensef ul murder comedy hit
opening today at the Bella Vista
Theater through Universal Inter-
national release.
Guinness performs the unpre-
cedented feat, of depicting-
through changes of make-up, of
courseevery member of a fam-
ily. Including a woman, marked
for murder by a young man who
covets the noble title the family
possesses.
Dennis Price co-stars In the
role of the young man with the
murderous Intentions. Lovely Va-
lerie Tlobson, who has starred In
a number of memorable Holly-
wood screen chillers, notably
'Bride of Frankenstein" and
"The Werewolf of London" co-
stars in "Kind Hearts and Coro-
nets" as the woman the killer
marries after widowing her. Joan
Greenwood is also co-starred as
the murderer's fickle girl friend.
Dan Duryea. Mary Anderson,
Bob Falln, newcomer Judv Bra-
baker and nine-year-old Gordon
Gilbert are the principals before
the camera in Arrowhead's "Chi-
cago Calling"Duryea's first stab
! at playing a non-heel.
The background is a small mo-
diste shop and Director John
Reinhardt Is having his woes
with young Gordon. The script
j calls for the moppet to attempt to
break away from Judy, but Gor-
i don doesn't know his own
! strength.
.. "Carefully, sonny boy," yells
Reinhardt as 9-year-old Gordon
almost breaks Judy's arm. "She's
only a grown-up woman."
HOMES FOR HAITIANS For the first time in the colorful
history of the western hemisphere's only French-speaking republic,
low-cost housing is being built for Haiti's "little man." The fist
"Workers' City" is nearing completion at Porl-au-Prin<. when
these workers are seen building one of the new homes. A wide-
spread social and economic reform program of President Paul
Magliore calls for 15 low-cost housing projects throughout tht
island at a cost of about $564,000.

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By JAMES C. PETR1LL0
President, American Federation',
of Musicians
{Victor Riestl is on vacation.
James C. Petrillo, president of
the American Federation of
Musicians, is substituting for
him today as special guest
MIDSI'MMER MISCKLOONY columnist.)
CHICAGO Playing a "stand-
Frank tostelio Rave that $300 Panama hat (which hat man- by" for vacationing Victor Rie-
uiacturer Frank Lee recently ave him) to a New Orleans Judge | sel gives gives me the rare op-
"vvoo never owned one"... Federal Judge Jerome N. Frank
Is dolue an article tor a magazine on John Edgar Hoover and
the ibi. He went to Washington to check hi* stuffwent there
inailiuem to G-men... He returned a lan... Max Lowenthal,
a bitter enemy of the FBI and Its director, Is a Dal of admitted
ex-Communist. Lee Pressman.
Labor [New*
And
(iomment
To the Mountains This Year
Do you know why they play the Star Spangled Banner at
Madison Square Oaroen before the main bout... Because they
are patriotic.'. Nli-nh. Give up?... It's to calm down the
mob.
i He latest Communist trick Is to organize Readers' Clubs
to meet in home. spearheaded bv the Daily Worker... The
Communist Party has sent orders to all members to start a
barrage oi telegrams to the President, urging peace negotia-
tions... Phil iranktels. head of the Maryland and District of
Columbia Division of the Reds, was transferred to Cleveland.
His wife Jean, is an executive of that crowd in Maryland.
Bervely Dennis, 22. had the ingenue lead in "Goodbye.
My Fancy" and the ditto in the road company of "All My
Sons." In Hollywood they gave her a test at Warners, bat
she was not considered beautiful enough... She landed in
Zanuck's current Roxv film, "Take Care of My Little Girl"...
And then returned to Broadway... Dore Senary, at MGM,
was looking for a eirl who was young, with strong emotional
quality, to appear in "Westward the Women," with Robert
Taylor... The MGM chief saw her test for "Goodbye My
Fancy" and signed her blind for the part... She recently
completed three months on that film In Utah and Holly-
wood... Came back to Broadway again a fortnight ago, and
can't even get a bit part on TV, because no one ever "heard
of her." Soooooooo, have you any sugestiona, President
Kintner of American Broadcasting or Gen. Saroff at NBC,
and how about you. Bill Palev, at CBS?
June Fraser. of the Terrific Torso set. sailed to Join Gypsy
Rose Lee's stripeelers for the London Palladium booking...
Doris Ruby opens at the Chez Paree." August 14, with Billy
Daniels and Jackie Miles.
The BuddyHackett-Red Norvo music (at The Members) is
Summer excitement... Jack E. Leonard Is getting lunnier every
program.. Kay Armen can name her own return booking at
the Riviera... Johnny Johnston, of "A Tree Grows in Brook-
lyn." has another bir. cigaret TV offer for the Fall... The Co-
pacabana's new September show is being scored by Joan Ed-
wards and Lynn Dudy... One of Joe E. Lewis' new songs in
that show was inspired by Martin et Lewis: I liiike it, I lillke
it... The Copa will inherit WJZ for its disc Jockey show in the
Fall...' Freddy Martin has been signed by NBC television for
two years. The nlv big name band to click on TV___Irving
Berlin's forgotten ballad looks like it's going to be a hit parad-
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Much
on Columbia
^mily WASHINGTON
^ MERRY-GO-ROUND
ly DRIW ARSON
portunity for a last word with
some cartoonists and editorial-
ists who recently returned to
work on their favorite rainy
day subject Caesar Petrillo.
This time the occasion of the
brickbat shower was my wide-
ly published warning to parents
that a musical career offers no
security for their young hope-
fuls.
Specifically. I said that the
music profession was, for the
average youngster, a starvation
existence; that it would con-
tinue in the attic until our gov-
ernment saw lit to help slow
the decline of one of our major
cultural arts.
No one will dispute that
the professional musician
is going the way of the ice-
7nan and the carriage maker
who were struck out by the
mechanical refrigerator and
the automobile, respectively.
The push-button boys are
seeing to that; but in their
ardor to reproduce music
mechanically they forge!
that It requires a live mu-
sician to first produce the
commodity they sell.
Indeed, there Is no similarity
between the musician and the
Iceman. Ours is one case in
which the law of technocracy
cannot and must not apply to
the extinction of the musician.
What to do about It?' Frankly.
I'm not sure I know all of the
answers. I doubt if anyone does
right now. That's why I felt it
was only fair to tell the parents
of America that professional
music-making has fallen upon
evil days and the end Is not yet.
Youngsters with a real urge
for musical expression are go-
ing toi follow that^^7 that ?> fanciful imagination went intoThe nam-
.roI Jirl' i thP closest ln oi 'his particular jungle. It is famed for
its greater and lesser dou-dou. Dou-dou, in
Swahili, means bugs. Just plain bugs.
Man and boy. I have been extensively bitten
in far places, but I have never hit on such
Et avUt, Ma-


Blood Donor
By BOB RUARK

MTO-WA-MBU. TanganyikaOur new home
is a monkey swamp on a river called Mto-
Wa-Mbu, which means River of Mosquitoes.
when"! was nine the closest
thing to my heart was to learn
to Play the cornet; the saintly
jane Addoms helped me realize
and then you turn several shades of yellow,
black and purple.
I consider my hunting partner. Harry Selby,
a very brave man. But I have seen him
scream and shed his pants, in the presence
of a lady, on the sudden discovery of a cater-
pillar Inside his clothes.
"I think," says Mr. Selby. who sneers at
wounded buffalo, and plays games with surly
in 1933... Anyway, listen to Paul Weston's version of it that amouioii. kids and a comprehensive array of insects, of such mama rhinos, "that I should die of fright if
ilumbia platters. ,.UBrnt^n know that while scope in size and vtciousness. of such flam- one of these ghastly fuzzy creatures ever
In St. Louis, the popular Chase Hotel names Hi most
elegant suites after show folk favorites. I always get the
Hildegarde there... Sammy Kaye's band on the Astor Roof
la a must these nights.
their parents to know that
music can't be topped as a
means of self expression and en-
joyment, as a career it is not
likely to add up to three square
meals a day.
From the Marlon, Ind.. Chronicle of July 17; "Sen. O'Concr
of Maryland, according to the Associated Press, proposed today ,
that all Communist newspapermen be excluded for the U. S. until typewriter. Is worse than any
AP correspondent William N. Oatis is released from lail In other form of so-called weiiare
Czechoslovakia." To which the Marion Chronicle editor added: state." I wonder? .
The proposal by Sen. O'Conor was first advanced bv Walter It appears very likely that n
Winchell in his New York Daily Mirror column the Friday We support the kind of clvlliza-
before." Uon we like to boast about to
loss fortunate peoples we will
have to subsidize some of the
arts that make up that civiliza-
tion.
boyant colors and Insatiable appetite anywhere
else in the world.
They are unionized, these dou-dou. They
would not think of intruding on another bug's
quarry, or violating his working hours. Con-
sider the mosquito, which comes in sizes larg-
One editorial writer accuses | er than a Chihuahua, and the tsetse fly. we i np was Dees. Bees
r me of advocating a musiiaii wnose lanqe seems ..longer than the lion .spear juice. We were camped close to a hive,
y; handout state. That, in nliof a youn* Masai warrior. At least it seems Every time Juma, the headboy, mixed
hopped into bed with me. I would rather go
intp the bush after a gutshot leopard any
day."
I myself am a slayer of lion, the scourge
of the leopards and a holy terror with the
Tommies, but I will confide that the reason
we left the last camp was bees. Bees love lime
i- Mrs. Henry Barbee, the former Lillian Manger, of the hotel
lan. is very 111 after numerous operations... WOR publicity
chief Bob Blake back after a flying trip to Luxembourg to see
Pat Ventura, daughter of the society columnist and secretary
to Madame Mesta... The Charles Chrlstls (she was Henrietta
Feathers' are in Splitsvllle... Model agent Stewart Cowley
planed to Hollywood to be near Bettv Threatt. the Ford cover
gal signed for the lead In Howard Hawke' Indian epic. She's
half Cherokee, half Irish.
Te put the record straight. Denise Darcel was discovered in
the YANK-Stars Jt Stripes mess hall In Paris at the end of
longer when he plunges it into your liver.
These bugs respect each other. No mosquito
bites yon when the tsetses are on deck. No
tsetse stabs vou when the mosquitoes have
the franchise, during the night hours. When
thev knock off for a snooze, the fuzzy cater-
pillars and bees and safari ants and ticks
take over.
Your agent here Is Just one big lump. I
realized the seriousness of my wounds only
nver the centuries serious the other day. when a passing lady wart hog
music has been a ward of the
state, particularly abroad. Even
in this free-spending nation
serious music was. until recent
years, supported largely by
wealthy patrons of the art.
Mrs. Plushbottom. bless her
memory, gave thousands every
the war. She comes from a well-to-do family. Never "hop! \? j?! urd'her^p^sor:
girl, no underground heroine. ana **l*SEn* as a social
ship occasionally
Guests at the Billv
Changing "hon" and '
ference she has been
was. -Billv was entitled to an outing."
sautered up. winked, and dropped, her hand-
kerchief, under the delusion that I was a
bachelor of her own breed.
We have come to accept the mosquitoes and
and tsetses almost as friends, since they are
rather agreeable about not biting you on an
old bump. Also, we have quit trying to poi-
son them, because thev gargle with Flit, use
DDT for pomade, and consider ordinary In-
sect repellents as necessary Worcestershire on
1 "11 meats.
v Rose manse find him and Eleanor ex- ***?}**? i^rtiatt. ^nd taxes! What reallv terrifies us are ants, bees and
dearie." entirely insouciant. The only re- I n8:er? ,,,,,,', I the caterpillar. Especially the 'pillar. He strides
heard to make to the recent eppes-ode UK>lt_c,a, ?i. ,., n, ,erious across vour. frame- leaving scarlet treadmarks
Last reminder of the long tenure of the Theatre Ouild at
the erstwhile Guild Theatre, on West 52nd St.. now the ANTA
Playhouse, is a faded sign for "Oklahoma!" high up on the
wall facing Eighth Avenue. That phenomenal show rescued the
Guild when it was almost broke' It should stav up as a land-
mark.
rms i* rouR forum rm MAMM own column
THE MAIL BOX
Tba Mail ten ii an optn lorum to. faaaan ol Da Panama Amantar
taattii art rttttvti ratalully ana art kandlad in a holly confia'tntia'
aMM**.
'II yau contnbult a latlai on i at imaalianl II il dotm't aaptai tkl
Icoie try >c ktee iht latttra iimiit* ta ant safa lanfth
Idtnlily al IttUi writtrt n held in itricteil canfiaenct
Thu ntwspopii oiiumn na ratpaniiaility fa> itatamtnti ai opimeni
ipttittd in lattan Irem rtadjari
OLD TIMERS DONT LIKE
PAYING CASH
Dear Sir:
To the officials and General
Manager of the Commissary Divi-
sion:
Most of the older people do not
want cash in the commissaries,
so In order to please everybody
why not have cash and books In
the Cristobal and Balboa Com-
missaries and let tho people from
the surrounding towns use
whicbevei they want.
I tell you it's a lot easier to pay
a 10 grocery bill with a book
than cash. I understand that
people from Panama that have
no commissary privileges are the
ones benefiting by the cash in
Ar.con. Also it is much easier to
keep track of how many books
you buy than to keep track of
how much money one spends.
The stealing will get much
worse, and there are a lot of Cris.
tobalites who have had their
groceries and meat stolen.
P.'ease give this matter some
thought and have both books and
cash if you think it's necessary.
Here's hoping.
Mrs. OWtimer
REBEL TELL
Dear Sir:
I would like for you to publish
this in your Mail Box column. We
have a radio station at Clayton
that calls itself AFRS. I think It
would be more appropriate for
them to change thai to Civilian
Radio Station. I believe in every-
body having their share of every-
thing but that is no sign they
deserve everything. They put on
a program "You Ask For" It." You
ask for it alright, but getting it
is another question.
Being a soldier down here
against my will and a Rebel at
that, I like Reoel music same as
everyone else likes their kind.
You call up and ask one of the
guys "probablv a Yankee" to play
a tune for you. he says OK so vou
sit up till midnight to hear it. but
you still don'i hear nothing but
classical tunes.
So why don't thev change the
program or get an announcer
with enough nerve to tell you he
won't play what vou ask for so
you wont be waitin on it.
Thanking vou.
"A Proud Rebel."
Thus, the fate of serious
music rests with the cash
customer. It is on a supply-
and-demand basts like beef,
wheat or corn, and the sad
truth is that there is so
little of the real commodity
to be seen and heard today
that few new customers are
getting a sample.
One of the Immediate needs
is for Congress to repeal the
exorbitant war-time taxes on
Uve music performances. It
could collect more than the de-
ference from the tax-free Juke
Further, I'm convinced that
some form of governmental sub-
sidy will, be necessary If this
country is going to bring along
another generation or two of
good musicians. Subsidy need
not mean governmental control
of the art.
Another editorialist comment-
ing on the "Petrllloesoue Situa-
tion." says I "want all parents
to stop their children's music
lessons until the government
guarantees all musicians a liv-
ing." I didn't say that. I don't
want that. Indeed. I don't feel
that the government must
"guarantee" anybody a living. I
simply want the facts of the
musician's drab future on the
record.
If, after knowing the score,
little Johnny decides to play for
pay he's welcome
with the rest of us.
on vour hide, and the vivid impression that
someone has lust smitten you across the mid-
dle with a broadsword. After the fire sub-
sides, a dreadful soreness sets in for a week.
_ up a
gin-and lime for the tired hunters, out swarm-
ed the bees. And they all had a peculiar fas-
cination for me.
After days of stark. terror I finally slew
one. using my .470 Westley-Richards, which
ordinarily is reserved for elephant. All I a-
chleved wa the beginning of a blood feud.
The Reneral idea was that I was to supply
the blood. When we finally pulled stakes I
didn't have enoueh moisture left in my veins
to hand a small Jag to an undernourished
vampire.
The hardiness of the African dou-dou is
amazing. You cannot kill a lion fly, for
instance, with a swat. You have to pll his
head off. Tsetses roll with a punch like fancy
boxers. Mosquitoes administer anesthetic be-
fore thev bite, and It doesn't hurt until later,
when they've staggered off loaded with a pint
of vital fluid.
Clothes are no protection. The average dou-
dou is not allowed to call himself adult until
he has blooded his spear through three thick-
nesses of clothing.
There is nothing to be done about African
ours but relax and let 'em feed, but when a
man gets knocked cold bv a hurtling grass-
hopper as big as a loaf of bread, it Is time
to pack up and come home.
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
THE HOT FOOT



WASHINGTON. There is a fair chance
that President Truman may soon decide to
administer a particularly painful hotfoot to
the Congress. In the last few days. Economic
Stabilizer Eric Johnston's staff has been busi-
ly studying a project for abandoning all at-
tempt to control meat prices.
If Congress passes reallv unworkable control
legislation. Truman may slmplv decontrol meat,
and place on Congress the responsibility for
giving him legislation which can be made to
work.
The nature of this Presidential hotfoot can
be understood from the fact that meat makes
up a full 15 per cent of the total cost of
living Already meat prices are in the strato-
sphere
If there are no controls on meat at all.
sooner or later half a frankfurter will be like-
ly to cost a king's ransom.
Then the Congress, which has been so not-
ably carefree about the interests of the con-
sumer, would begin to hear from the house-
wife in deadly earnest.
As this is written there are signs, to be
surequite possibly because word of the hot-
welcome to join up foot oroiect has begun to get around-that
He won't Congress Is having last-minute oualms. A more
have to stand in line or pay ex- workable law than seemed at oil likely a few
pensive initiation dues. We've davs aso mav in the end be nassed.
got a wide open union and It's! But in view of the very real danger of dis-
golne to stay that way.
Just one more word,
though, Johnny: Well do
the best we can for you;
see that you get paid when
you play your musical ins-
trument and we'll protect
your interests in every way
possible But we can't pro-
mise you a living not un-
til tcp get some new laws
passed and some old onet
repealed Hke th" Taft-
Hartley, pim-d al all Mirtina,
end the Lea *rt, aimed at
one man me.
asirous inflation, the law will onlv seem rea-
sonable in comiwrison with what mlsht have
been. And in any event, the hnndlinu of the
Inflation Droblcm tells a gcod deal about the
state of the nation.
In the first place, for many months after
the Korean war began, the Administration
was blindiv complacent about the Inflation
threat.
The authority voted by Congress in the ear-
ly days of the crisis was simply not used,
which now gives the Congressional enemies of
controls a welcome opportunity to place all
th blame on the Administration.
Then, rfter a sudden change of heirt early
this veer, the 'dminlstr- ir-i nmmntlv began
asking ioo much instead ol too little.
Some weeks ago. all the Congressional lead-
ers, headed by Vice-President Alben Barkley
made a pilgrimage to the White House to de-
liver a warning
They told President Truman that the kind
of all-out controls programs then beina pre-
pared, including three meat price rollbacks,
did not have a ghost of a chance. They urged
Truman to take half a loaf as better than
none.
Finally, what has happened tells a great
deal about the state of all of us. Last week.
Stabilizer Eric Johnston met in the White
House with the Defense Mobilization Advisory
Board, and gave the representatives of the
three great economic interests a piece of his
mind.
He turned first to Walter Reuther. heading
the labor delegation, and remarked in effect
that despite rll labor's dous protestations,
labor was reallv interested in keeping a aood
big Jumn ahead of the cost of living. More-
over, labor had joined business in lobbying
successfully against vital consumer credit
controls.
Johnston then turned to the farm represen-
tatives, and pointed out that the farm lobbies
had successfully opposed holding farm prices
to even the most generous parity levels.
Finally he turned to the business men, and
reminded them that from he first thev had
argued passionately that Inflation could be
held in check bv "indirect" means only. He
then pointed out that the tfusiness lobbies
had consistenly opposed In Congress every at-
terrmt to damn down inflation by whatever
Indirect means, from increased taxes to cre-
dit regulations.
The fact is that every major economic group
which means Just about every one has
been acting on the principle of getting It
while the getting is good.
Unless we are a good deal luckier than we
deserve to be. we shall rather soon find that
what we are getting is orettv thin and watery
stuff.
iConvright. 1951. New York Herald Tribune
(Inc.).
Drew Pearson says: Interior Secretary Chapman sees pos-
sible gas rationing, heatless days this winter; Short-
ages here show importance to U.S. of events in (^ear
East.
WASHINGTON. A grim prospect of fuel shortages this
winter was presented to President Truman In a sober, hour-
long meeting by Secretary of Interior Oscar Chapman recently.
Chapman, who Is no "wolf" crier, pointed out the folldwlnf
cnances of- gas rationing and heatless days this winter:
For Oil And Gasoline.Iranian oil production, which 'sup-
plies 5 per cent of the needs outside the Iron Curtain, maybe
halted for weeks and even months. In addition, Soviet agenta
are trying to stir up trouble in other Near East oil areas. Since
the Near East supplies fuel for Western European defenses., the
difference will have to be made up from the Americas 1
Soviet agitation succeeds.
Chapman explained that the oil industry could not Increase
domestic production unless it gets more steel. r,
"We need 2,135,000 tons of steel pipe," he said, "If we are
going to meet the increasing demands of this country" ,
Some 300,000 barrels of crude-oil production are already
backed up in the West Texas-New Mexico basin for lack of pipe.,
the Secretary of Interior continue, and a 100,000-barrel a dav
Pi011",",1011 .ln,.tne Rocky Mountains is awaiting completing of
the Plate pipeline. One hope, however, was more oil from Mexico,
and that was why he was flying to Mexico, Chapman explained.
BAN ON GAS FURNACE8
, Nat.uru' G"The industry has overexpanded and already
nhiwM 4 th pipf t0 b,rmB gES to aU Us customers. An order
prohibiting further installation of natural-gas home-heatine
^ ?aHmu,t- w'th0t such a stop-order the Appalachian
11,? Z'Lhar aKserlous shortage ln case next winter has even
two weeks of sub-normal cold weather. Defense factories, ln this
case, would come first, homes last.
m-.HB^iTi?re* !| plenty of coal ln the round for both do-
"e,sllantl West European rearmament, but a big bottleneck la
??ilJa ^Sr8- <**> estimated there must be an in-
fnvoived railroad cars next year. Again, steel 1
AluminumSecretary Chapman estimated that we will need
fni fSr"U?nJ?ifh,yt1',i?0.'000 l0nf, a y6ar' He has bee" neaouft-
and hpSk E mh'mM"""6' companies Into the industry
nAS? y?v? hoid ot.tne three maJr Producers.
ii it? ki TheTabove is why events ln the Near East, including
SaV^nrt^J," raS' the assasslnatlon of King Abdullah in Jor*
dan, and riots ln Egypt are so important to the U.S.A.
MISSING WITNESS
The real reason Irving Sherman gave himself up and agreed
to testify before the Senate Crime Committee is that he is 7ore
Amha0HrJSei. 21 '. ex-mavor O'Dwyer of New York City, now
iUQ?.orKUlt.M?llS.0-w?hw,nan ls the 'ong-mlsslng witness
rrMn tTn,,e.lew?ko?'wn P'Dwyer and racketeei Frankle
Coste lo In fact FBI Chief J. Edgar Hoover testified that Sher-
?nd th. mO0f Hle T?1 p,roJi1^nent cr|mlnals of the underworld."
in 1945 helped OOwyer win the mayoralty election
ii Artfr offering through his attorney to testify, Sherman fln-
a!Lmf face-t0-face behind closed doors with the most crusading?
mber of the committee, New Hampshire's Bible-quoting Sen.
Criaras Totxjy.
Here's what happened at that dramatic meeting:
t T^y de0man.ded curtly why why Sherman had been hiding;
?haVh,?harfKe ,SUb,poena(rit5 a sh*- Sherman explalneS
h min.H been staying at the Saxony Hotel ln Miami Beach,
h,?, in^l Hd ea,dlng lh*J- .tn? committee was looking for him,
but insisted that he hadn't kept his whereabouts a secret
ki. ?{?fman s lawyer. Louis Waldman. then announced that
his c lent was ready to make a complete statement Waldman
n*&rd )andily thJ,t fhcrman felt he had b^n yjgejTby
mPn^hr iBreakun5 ln'..Snerman also explained that his gar-
S Tsln<;M had suiiered financially from all the bad pub-
licity. The lawyer and client then requested a "few davs" to
prepare a "detailed statement." y
So far, however, no statement has been submitted.
G.I. MAILBAG
..^Thl.ic.0lumn r,e5 t0 Investigate and answer the many a I.
&m u ,pUr ln irom mllltary camps and bases around the
world. Here are some recent gripes from the G.I. mailbag:
A Sergeant With The Eighth Army In Korea: "I read that
General Mark Clark thinks American unlisted men arTspo ed
hra W'&h" anyo,ne is ?polled in thls man's army it's the
brass hats. Why don't you investigate how many personal ser-
vants some of the top brass have'" K*iu"ai ser-
K..AfWer;Q.en; Mark Clark' cnlei of the Army's field forces.
on rtUren*d T" a?s!B:ned. to nlm M Personal servants -
one driver, one cook and two house orderlies
i Amy. Chle o Sta Oeneral Collins has six servants
two drlv.s, one cook and three orderlies
*,. A}T. Force ch.lef of staif General Vandenberg has four
two drivers and two enlisted handymen.
But the prize goes to whoever becomes Chief of Naval
,Pw!it-in,-He automatically gets two drivers, two heft, two
oiderlies. one supervisor and a boat crew of six to do handy
Jobs around the house total 13. anay
These enlisted servants are all able bodied, and Qualified
brass"10" lmportant tttinB assignments than Waiting on the
i. STmFSP! Johnsn' Washington, D.C.: "I am writing you
S.rSo^i T ion' Prlvate John L. Johnson of Fort Meade,
Maryland He had an automobile accident in Fairfax Virginia
and has been put in jail because he didn't have a driver's per-'
h?v. h.c lhe aTrmy nas J'sted him as AWOL, and will not let me
have his pay. I am under doctor's care."
h.tJ^1 Prf.vat ioht\tson ls cau:ht ln a difficult squeeze
.?rl?e-PS11Se andhe a.rmy' He has confined to the Fair-
fax County jail for 70 days for reckless driving. The police 4-
Mn,flt0 l,eaf* Wl5 t0 ne Armv unU1 hls "ne of $85 is paid.
h.c rer,heLArnLy has placed nlm on tne AWOL st and cut off
^HPihy. f the u0y cant draw any money to get out of jail.
SSL"Iwn?8^,1" s,tays ln' tne more Penalties he faces for
mMlrASL-i.Tnte C0lmn nas askcd the army t0 look '"to the
matter and be more human.
PETS AHEAD OF WIVES
aK8 Ti^in,' Jr" !Wobl,e- AU-: "Tnli ls a ripe letter from
r;I*ifi: T ust want a good and fair reason why a gen-
,nnV.W,Ieifta g0ln* .t0 Japan, to Joln her husband, and I a lleut-
n?t. .,.*l canK?l'i l alf understand that automobiles and
dependents "ng ** Pa"' th0UKh there isn'1 room "or
O pAnwevVnVs,lr^e,that 0en' Matt R'dRway's wife and Gen.
?n eyJland i amyy have been admitted to Japan, thoueh
a 1 other dependents have been barred since July 14 1950 It l,
Th?. e,J.hat a,iomoDll?s and Pets are still shipped to Japan
? '=!u,mn could not find the exact number of pets, but 544
?oUrt0imc0kb"oefS thr8aVnspSr7antlo3nhlPPeCi ^ dependentS e banned
nvrAfintw?n,tW-H*,ck,"nd A',r B,se' Texas: "The hospital here was
i S^?S wlti? TCa2" of Ptomaine polsonln* recently. It's a
real scandal, and I hope you will investigate."
.Pswer: II wasn"t ptomaine poisoning, but a diarrhea enld
mlc that swept Lackland Air Base. The diarrhea was caused br
a virus which got Into a leafy vegetable as a result o fault
dnr,alnH8?e A ot.al 590 cases'were reported, some ho&talffi
for three and four days. The Air Forcis fixing the dretaae?
so it should not happen again. orainage,
(Copyright, 1951. By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
NOTICE
ANDREWS EDWARD
(Ernesto)
and CARLOS FUENTES
are no longer employed
by Trott the Cleaner
as chauffeurs.


//
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LA TERCERA GUERRA MUNDIAL ES CASI INMINENTE"
WASHINGTON, Julia 31 (UP).El Secretarte del Ejrcito de
Estados Unidos. Frank C. Pace Jr., advirti al Senado ue nn
ataaue de loa rusos contra Irn o Yugeeslavia puede ser inmi-
nente y ue Estados Unidos puede Terse envuelto en la torcera
guerra mundial "en rualauier momento".
El Secretario Pace hit* la advertencia a los Senadores cuan-
do los miembros de dos comits del Sonado visitaren al General
J. Lawton CoUins, Jeto del Estado Mayor del Ejercito y s George
W. Perkins, especialista en asantes europeos para que tes pusie-
ra al corriente de la situacin militar en Europa.
Collins y Perkins fueron Interrogados en una sesin secreta
por los Comits de Relaciones Exteriores y Puertas Armadas
quienes se unieron para considerar la recomendacin de la ad-
ministracin para la apropiacin, de S.5M millones de dlares
para la ayuda militar y econmica a pases extranjeros.
Pace dijo ayer a los Comits en una sesin a puertas cerra-
da que "el mundo libre puede verse confrontado on cualquier
momento con la agresin comunista en Irn Yujoeslavia o en
algn otro punto dbil. En cualquier momento que los soviticos
crean conveniente atacar, nos veremos envueltos en otra guerra
mundial."
La advertencia de Pace de la posibilidad de un ataque rus*
en el sur-este de Europa y por lo tanto de una guerra total es
I la torcera en los ltimos das. El Secretario do Defensa, George
C. Marshall ya dijo que el aumento del podero enemigo ha
aumentado el peligro y el Presidente Traman advirti el sbado
ne los comunistas estn concentrando fueraas a lo largo de la
rontera de Tugoeslavia.
Por sa parte, el delegado de Estados Unidos en las Naciones
Unidas dije en Nueva York anoche que "si Tugoeslavia es ata*
cada, las Naciones Unidas saldrn al rescate."
HOA
lfM Kcs
PANAMA
HOW
113 Kcs.
COLON
HOY o las 8:30 P. M.
ALTO LA MSICA!
Patrocina: Lucky Strik
Red Panamericana
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Panama Amrica
DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE DIVULGAMOS LA VERDAD QUE LOS DEMS OCULTAN


MADERAS
de
construccin
AGENCIAS
GLOBALES. 9JL
Via Espaa,
final. Llegando
r a Juan Franco.
/ Telfono 3-1801.
ARO VIGSIMO SEXTO
PANAMA, R. P., MARTES, JULIO 31, 151
CINCO CENTESIMO*
No se ven indicios en Corea de
una frmula conciliatoria
Embalador en \Pagar
Washington
unos
el Gobierno
El Ex-Ministro Navas formul! Un vocero de las Naciones
ayer algunas explicaciones a Unidas dii sus co partidarios polticos
El H.D. don Victor Navas,
hasta ayer Ministro de Hacien-
da y Tesoro, formul las si-
guientes declaraciones anoche
en la Asamblea de delegados
de los directorios del Partido
Renovador que tuvo lugar en
el Club de Golf:
"Estimo que mientras haya
un slo pecho donde aliente
el espritu del Partido Renova-
dor, so recordar este da en
el que el Presidente de la Re-
pblica, don Alclbiades Arose-
mena. Infiri ignominioso ultra-
je a la memoria de nuestro l-
der, dor) Francisco Arias Pare-
des".
'Las diferencias del Presiden-
te Arosemena y el Partido Re-
novador, surgieron cuando se
me quiso Imponer a un herma-
no suyo para que ejerciera la
Secretaria del Ministerio y yo
con toda cortesa me negu,
porque estimaba que esa posi-
cin deba ser ocupada por un
miembro del partido a qtr* per-
tenezco. Esta eclsin ue apo-
yada por el directorio en pleno".
"All comenzaron los primeros
tropiezos, los cuales se acen-
tuaron con el Inters del Pre-
sidente de mantener en los
6untos claves del Ministerio, e-
imentos de su partido que ha-
ban estado colaborando hasta
entonces con la administracin
anterior, alguno de los cuales
acaba de ser arrestado por
crersele complicado en la de-
fensa de la Presidencia".
"Estimo que lo ocurrido es la
culminacin de los chismes e
intrigas de familiares y allega-
dos, quienes usaron ltimamen-
te el argumento de que los
miembros del Partido Revolu-
cionarlo Autntico que an si-
guen al doctor Arnulfo Arias,
simpatizaban con una candi-
datura del Partido Renovador".
"Yo estimo que en las cir-
cunstancias actuales, la sepa-
racin del Partido Renovador
del Gobierno ms bien nos. hon-
ra".
1 lder Nacionalista Pedro
A. Campos se ha declarado
inocente de las acusaciones
Se tomaron medidas extraordinarias de seguridad
en el Tribunal que prosigue la causa
pronto cambios drsticos
Dentro del "impasse" provocado los Delegados con-
tinan sosteniendo discusiones
BASE DE AVANZADA, Co.ea.
Julio 31 'UP) Los delegados
ae las Naciones Unidas y comu-
nistas estuvieron discutiendo clu
rante una hora y 34 minutos sta
llegar a un acuerdo para el c&e
de fuego en Corea.
Las delegaciones se reunirn
nuevamente maana a las o.ice
romper el "lmpase" de cinco
das sobre la demarcacin de
la zona neutral entre las fuer-
zas combatientes. .
Los comunistas volvieron a e-
xlglr que la zona neutral sea es-
tablecida a lo largo del Parale-
lo 38, obligando a los aliado a
retirarse hasta 30 millas en al-
gunos sectores. Por su parte, los
delegados de las Naciones Uni-
das se mantienen firmes en la zona neutral debe ser esta-
blecida en las presentes po*l-
Sin nombrar an el
nuevo Ministro de
Hacienda y Tesoro
En la maana de hoy se co-
mentaba en crculos bien infor-
mados que el Lie. Galileo Solis,
y los seores Osear Muller y
Guillermo Garcia de Paredes,
haban declinado el ofrecimien-
to que se les haba hecho para
que ocuparan la cartera de Ha-
cienda y Tesoro, la cual est
vacante despus di la renuncia
del Ministro Navas.
Por otra parte se afirmaba
que varios grupos polticos es-
taban ejerciendo Influencia pa-
ra que se nombraran a uno de
sus miembros en el Gabinete.
Entre stos se contaba un can-
didato del Partido Liberal Na-
cional, adems de la candida-
tura del seor Jos Ma. Vrela,
quien se menciona con insis-
tencia para ese cargo. No obs-
Paaa a i PAs Col *>
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Julio
21 (UP) El lder nacionalista
Pedro Albiz Campos se declaro
inocente de las 12 acusaciones
que se le han formulado de a-
cuerdo con la ley 53 y el Magis-
trado suspendi el Juicio oiel
hasta maana. La sentencia
mxima por cada caso es de
diez aos.
Albuz cumple actualmente li-
na condena de pena que Llene
como mximo 24 aos 3 meses
y un mnimo de 17 aos 3 maces
por la tentativa de asesinato y
posesin ilegal de armas, y ex-
plosivos. .
El Fiscal presento una lista de
cuarenta testigos, en su ma-
yora policas. La defensa decla-
r que "por ahora" no presen-
tar ninguno.
En el pliego de cargos se cita
ei caso del levantamiento na-
cionalista en que murieron 30
personas y 51 fueron herula3
durante tres das de altera-
ciones-
Para el juicio se tomaron me-
didas extraordinarias de segu-
A Col S--
El Dr. Ricardo J.
Alfaro llega esta
noche a Tocumen
El Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro, ex-
Presidente de la Repblica, y
distinguido internacionalista de
fama continental, llegar esta
rocha a las 12.30 a Tocnmen
en el vuelo 'El nter-Amerioa-
ne" de la Pan-American World
Airways procedente de la ciu-
dad de Nueva York.
A so llegada a Panam el Dr.
Alfaro ser recibido en el Aero-
puerto de Tocumen por un nu-
trido grupo de sus amistades
y altos funcionarios del Gobier-
no.
El Panam-Amrica se com-
plsce en anticiparle una cor-
dial bienvenida al Ilustre hom-
bre pblico.
clones.
Aqu se especula si los comu-
nistas pedirn un receso maa-
na para consultar con Pekn y
Pyongyang sobre ste punto. II
21 de Julio los comunistas pi-
dieron un receso de cuatro ehas
para consultar con sas capita-
les sobre el "impasse" provoca-
do por la exigencia comunUta
sobre el etlro de las tropas ex-
tranjeras de Corea, el cual a-
Mtenaz con hacer fracasar las
iegociaciones.
En la reunin de hoy, el Al-
mirante Joy ley una flcla cin de quince minutos reafir-
mando su posicin. El comuni-
cado expedido por las Naciones
Unidas dice que el Almirante
Joy trat de aclarar su posicin
y "el beneficio mutuo que se De-
rivar de la aceptacin de tu
'P a la nalne rnlnmn si
gastos atrasados
Don Roberto HeurUmatie,
quien ha sido designado por el
Gobierno Nacional Embajador
de Panam ante el Gobierno de
os Estadas Unidos de Amerita
Don Roberto Heurtematte sal-
dr prximamente para Wash-
ington a encargarse de sa alio
cargo. El seor Heurtematte es
persona altamente estimada en
Panam y ha estado vinculado
a actividades comerciales y de
la banca. Al consignar tan dis-
tinguida designacin "El Pana-
m Amarles" formula votos por
el xito de su misin diplo-
mtica-
'i
Invitado el TO1 al Congreso
Econmico y Social que se ha
de celebrar prximamente
Se opusieron a esta invitacin la Repblica Do-
minicana y la Argentina
WASHINGTON, Julio 31 (UP)
El Consejo Econmico Social de
la Organizacin de Estados i.-
merlcanos acord Invitar a la
Organizacin Obrera Norteame-
ricana (CIO Congress of Indus-
trial Organizations) a su prxi-
ma reunin en Panam, pest a
las objecciones de Argentina y
Repblica Dominicana. Once
naciones votaron en favor de la
invitacin.
De acuerdo con ella, la c.o
que afirma contar con seis mi-
'lonea de miembros, podra cu
viar observadores a la reunion
El delegado argentino en el
Consejo Econmico Social, Ov'.-
dlo Scheopetto. se opuso a la
propuesta presentada por U.m-
?uay diciendo que el CIO ha
realizado "varios ataques con-
tra el rgimen democrtico de
Argentina as como contra olios
pases de Amrica". El CIO ha
criticado al Gobierno Argentli o
por la clausura del diario 'La
(Pasa a la Pag. 10 Columna 7)
El Fiscal Bellido
no ha actuado en
un caso de duelo
El Fiscal Tercero del Circuito
de Panam, Licenciado Vlanor
Bellido no haba Iniciado esta
maana la instruccin de nin-
guna sumaria relacionada con
un duelo concertado entre el
Dr. Manuel Ramn Bermdez
y el seor talo Zappi, de acuer
do con informes dados a este
diarlo.
El Fiscal Bellido es el funcio-
nario del Ministerio Pblico que
acta de turno esta semana y
la investigacin de casos de es-
ta naturaleza calificados por la
ley panamea como delito, est
sujeta a su conocimiento.
Estos casos son del conoci-
miento de las autoridades me-
diante procedimiento de oficio.
Fracas un paro
proyectado para
el da de hoy
Un gran nmero de miem-
bros de la Polica Nacional fu
asignado a resguardar la Aveni-
da Central en el dia de hoy jeon
motivo del paro general que ha-
blan anunciado los miembros
del Comit Central el Alto Cos-
to de la Vida.
Este crecido nmero de poli-
cas, fu colocado con el fin de
resguardar los diferentes locales
comerciales, de personas que
pudieran ejercer actos de vio-
lencia contra los comerciantes
que no deseaban participar en
el paro.
El trnsito en la ciudad ca-
pital permaneca normal y casi
todos los locales comerciales es-
taban abiertos, asimismo los
ciudadanos se dedicaban a sus
tareas diarlas sin interrupcio-
nes de ninguna clase, con ex-
cepcin de los estudiantes que
en su mayora se hablan abste-
nido de asistir a los colegios.
Hasta el momento de cerrar
planas nuestro peridico no te
haban registrado actos de vio-
lencia y la ciudad permaneca
en estado tranquilo.

Son los de representacin a
funcionarios del Ejecutivo,
Poder Judicial y Fiscales
Gobierno Nacional trnur
que desembolsar en concepto de
gastos do repr es enlacian atra-
sados la suma de B. s.StO, que
corresponden a los del Qrgai.o
Ejecutivo, el Ministerio Public*
y el Poder Judicial por tr-
miao de nueve meses.
Estas samas no estaban in-
Sluidas en el presupueste del a-
o pasado; las erogaciones del
Estado se estaban rigiendo por
el de UN, no so los haba paga-
do los gastos do representacin
durante el presente ano.
Tambin tendr que desenf
eolsar el Gobierno B.. M.Me pa-
la pagar pensiones y diferen-
cias de pensiones a los raiesu-
bros del Poder Judicial ae Aen
sido jubilados.
Los funcionarios del Poder
Judicial a que se refieren citas
pensiones son los Magistrales
de la Corte Suprema de Justi-
cia, los del Tribunal do lo Con-
tencioso Administrativo y los do
los Tribunales Superiores do
Justicia.
No encontraremos el camino de
la restauracin mientras no se
cambie la mentalidad canalera
Declar ayer el Lie Rogelio Rodrguez al tomar
posesin del cargo de Presidente del Sindcate
de Industriales de Panam
"Debemos Invertir parte sus-
tancial de nuestros recursos en
el fomento d la produccin na-
cional, como medio para una
vida mejor y ms estable". di-
Jo ayer el Licenciado Rogelio
Rodrguez al tomar posesin del
cargo de Presidente del Sindi-
cato de Industriales de Pana-
m. "Soy un convencido, con-
tinu diciendo el joven Indus-
trial, de que el pas no encon-
trar el camino de su restau-
racin econmica d e f 1 n ltlva
mientras no cambie aquella
mentalidad canalera que man-
tiene- en suspenso el destino de
la Repblica".
Ms de doscientos mil balboas sern
destinados a los Fomentos Agrcolas
Protesta El Renovador por
actitud asumida por el Sr.
Presidente de la Repblica
Ks en relacin con la peticin que le hizo al H. D.
Navas para que renunciara de Ministro de Estado
En sesin celebrada anoche te, pueden tenerse como causa
en el Golf Club por el Direc- principal de la crisis econmica
torio Nacional y delegados de que padece el pueblo Dame-
los Directorios Provinciales del,no. Casi que, de una manera
Partido Renovador, se aprob el absoluta, puede declararse que
siguiente Manifiesto: le Partido Renovador no ha sl-
"Desde los comicios de 1948 el! do agrupacin beligerante en
Partido Renovador ha venido los ltimos aos y no poco
observando de manera medita- se ha censurado nuestra inac-
da una conducta de equidad y[tivldad. Con gran estoicismo
de conciliacin frente a las cri-. hemos soportado de unos y de
sis polticas ms o menos agu- otros los ataques mas virulen-
das que han conmovido al pas.
Ha obedecido tal conducta a la
conviccin de sus directores y
de adherentes, de que ni la vio-
lencia, ni las polmicas encen-
didas, ni el apasionamiento, ha-
cen el lcima mc indicado pa-
ra resolver los problemas crea-J
dos por la ltima guerra y por
la prxima. Creemos que las
agitaciones constantes, sociales
y Dolitlcas, a que viene some-
tida la Renblica en los lti-
mos aos, han Influido de ma-
tos y groseros, porque desde-
ndoles y abstenindonos de
ser un nuevo factor en la pug-
na de Intereses y de ambicio-
nes creamos servir mejor los
verdaderos intereses de ls pa-
tria.
En los acontecimientos de
mayo contribuimos sin ostenta-
cin ni alarde, pero con firme-
za, a que no fuera desconoci-
da la Constitucin del 46 y a
que retornramos al cauce
. constitucional. De esos acn te -
nera desfavorable en su eco- < cimientos surgi, el 10 de ms-
nomia. y que ellas, en gran par- I i rat a Col I
Nuevo Director de
Prensa y Radio
Despus de la firma del a-
cuerdo sobre Fomento Agrcola
entre Panam y los Estados J-
nldos de conformidad con el
Programa del Punto Cuatro, se
anunci que el dia 5 de agos-
to llegar a Panam el doctor
Robert O. P. Bartholomew, a-
Don Moiss Torrijo
Por decreto ejecutivo de fecha
de hoy, que lleva las firmas del
Excelentsimo seor Presiden'?
de la Repblica don Alclbiacs
Arosemena y del seor tlinistio
de Gobierno y Justicia, doctor
Miguel ngel Ordez, han sido
nombrados Jefe del Deparla-
mento de Prensa y Radio y A-
sistente de Radio del mismo De-
partamento, los periodistas Moi-
ss Torrijos Herrera y Toms
Alberto Cupas, respectivamente
miembros fundadores del Sindi-
cato de Periodistas de Panam.
El seor Torrijos, haba veni-
do desempeando con toda efi-
(Pasa a la Pag. CoL I)
dirigir el nuevo programa
doctor Bartholomew es en
actualidad Director Auxiliar
traciones que sean necesarias
en la ejecucin de este progra-
ma: proporcionar secretarlos y
estengrafas de acuerdo con las
necesidades que haya para el
satisfactorio desarrollo y mane-
Jo del programa, y proporcio-
nar los vehculos de motor
compaftado por su esposa, pa- kque sean requeridos para el uso
que les designen los tcnicos y
administradores que se encuen-
tren en Panam en conexin
ra
El
la
de la Estacin Agrcola Exoe-' con el programa,
rlmental de la Universidad de| El Gobierno de los Estados
Kansas, Estados Unidos. Otros i Unidos de Amrica conviene en
cinco tcnicos y sus familias propoclonar las servicios de ex-
debern llegar el 18 de agosto. pertos tcnicos y administrati-
Este Acuerdo, que especifica vos calificados, para colaborar
que las contribuciones durante en el desarrollo de los objeli-
el presente ao fiscal no exce-, vos que Incluyen: (a) Expen-
dern de la suma de $186,980! sln y desarrollo de las faclll-
para los Estados Unidos de A-, dades educacionales del Instl-
mrlca y de B. 50,000 por Pa- tuto Nacional de Agricultura en
nam, es una expansin del Divisa; (b) Investigaciones en
trabajo que desde 1947 ha sido el Instituto y en cualquier par-
desarrollado entre ambos pal- te de Panam donde sea nece-
ses en el campo de la agricul-
tura y el cual est bajo la di-
reccin del seor Walton P.
Seller, Jefe de la Misin Agri-
cola de los Estados Unidos de
Amrica.
Bajo el Acuerdo fumado ayer,
acuerdos Individuales de pro-
yectos completando el Acuer-
do General, sern firmados por
el Ministro de Agricultura, Co-
mercio e Industrias de Panam
y el jefe de la Misin Agrco-
la de los Estados Unidos de
Amrica en Panam. A travs! signados por ambos gobiernos
del Acuerdo General firmado I estimen necesarios para el des-
ya, la ReDblica de Panam de-' arrollo de los recursos locales
ber facilitar el personal y fa- y el mejoramiento de las con-
rlldades del Instituto Nacional; diciones de vida y trabajo,
de Agricultura para su com-| Todas las actividades relaclo-
pleta participacin en el pro- nadas bajo este Acuerdo, sern
Brama; proporcionar tierra, gobernadas por los trminos y
edificios, oficinas y salones de I condiciones del Acuerdo Gene-
clases, equipos y tiles nece-! ral del Punto Cuatro para la
.arlos para el desarrollo de las j Cooperacin Tcnica, que fue
investigaciones agrcolas, edu-, firmado en P><*-m el 30 de dl-
cacln, entrenamiento y demos-' ciembre de 1WQ.
sario hacerlas para el desarro-
llo de la produccin agrcola
del pas; (o Ayuda en el pro-
grama del Servicio Extensivo
para el desarrollo de la agri-
cultura nacional de Panam;
(di Preparacin del personal
tcnico para servicios profesio-
nales en la enseanza agrcola.
Investigaciones y programa de
extensin: y Ayuda en to-
dos los otros servicios de des-
arrollo agrcola, dentro de los
lmites de los fondos aproba-
dos, que los representantes de-
Incomunicados los
presos polticos
El Ministro Ordez ha-
ce declaraciones
El Ministro fle Gobierno y
Justicia Dr. Miguel ngel Ord-
ez manifest en la maana de
hoy que la incomunicacin de
los detenidos polticos sera le-
vantada dentro de las prxi-
mas veinticuatro horas, tan
pronto comd la situacin surgi-
da con motivo del paro cvico
se normalizara.
Explic el Ministro que la ln-
comunicacin obedeca a que
se estaba ligando el movimien-
to sobre el alto costo de la vida
y la cesanta con los detenidos
polticos y para evitar que estas
especulaciones continuaran se
haba dado la orden de Inco-
municarlos mientras se adelan-
taba el paro.
Fu destituido de
Educacin el seor
Francisco M. Daz
Por Resolucin Ejecutiva lf-
chada el da de hoy fu desti-
tuido de su cargo de Director
de Educacin Secundaria, el se-
or Fanclsco M. Diax. quien c-
cupaba esa posicin desde hace
dos aos- Tal resolucin, dijo un
vocero de educacin, responde a
un largo proceso seguido por el
Ministerio de Educacin contra
el seor Daz en virtud de lo
expuesto en la Ley Orgnica.
El Licenciado Rodrguez fue
elegido Presidente del Sindica-
to de Industriales en sesin ce-
lebrada por dicho Sindicato a-
yer en la tarde e Inmediata-
mente tom posesin del cara/),
siendo Juramentado por el Pre-
sidente saliente, Lie. don Rai-
mundo Ortega VIeto. Los com-
paeros en la mesa directiva
del Lie. Rodriguez son: Carlos
Guillermo Muller, primer vice-
presidente (reelectoi; Edmun-
do Molino, segundo vicepresi-
dente; Max Del valle, tesorero
(reelecto) y Francisco Jos F-
brega. secretarlo general (re-
electo).
En la sesin de ayer el Sin-
dicato de Industriales tambin
eligi a sus directores generales
asi: Enrique G. Arango, cons-
trucciones y contratistas; Dul-
cidlo Gonzlez, mosaicos y a-
zulejos; Severlno Pariente
Senz, productos de arcilla; An-
tonio Rodrguez, muebleras:
Francisco Perelra, fabricantes
de calzados; Hugo Montero, te-
neras; Max Del valle, Industria
(Pasa la Pac Col *
Ha sido creada
nueva Seccin
en La Secreta
Se ha creado una nueva ca-
tegora de detectives en la Po-
lica Secreta Nacional, segn el
nuevo presupuesto aprobado por
el actual gobierno, aumentn-
dose asi el personal de esta ins-
titucin.
La categora recin creada
constar de 10 detectives y ser
designada con el nombre de Tef
cera.
Adems de esta seccin se ha
Aumentado los detectives de pri-
mera categora de treinta
trelntlclnco.
Desde el da de hoy la Poli.a
Secreta tendr entre su equipo
un carro Radio Patrulla Sli'.ii-
ur a los que tiene la Polica
Nacional. El nuevo carro Radio
Patrulla fue comprado con los
fondos de la caja de auxilio QUO
tienen los miembros de la Poli-
ca Secreta.
En el curso de la semana se-
rn puestos tres carros ms al
strviclo de esta institucin, s<-
n declaraciones hechas a Ja
prensa por sus directores-
Los Ministros de Estado se
solidarizan con la actitud
asumida por el Presidente
Al pedirle ste al Ministro de Hacienda y Tesoro
la renuncia de esa cartera
Los miembros del Gabinete
del Presidente Arosemena en-
tregaron esta maana la si-
guiente declaracin:
"Declaracin de Gabinete
Ante la situacin producida
por el hecho de que el Partido
Renovador reconociera belige-
rancia a la faccin sediciosa de
los enemigos ms encarnizados
del pueblo, nos solidarizamos
plenamente con la actitud asu-
mida por el Jefe del Estado;;
le reiteramos nuestra adhesin
ms decidida, y lamentamos
eon sincero sentimiento, que ese
proceder sin Justificacin algu-
na haya privado al Gabinete y
a. la Repblica de la Inestima-
ble colaboracin de don Vctor
Navas, ex-Mlnistro de Hacien-
da y Tesoro.
En estos instantes la posicin
del Gobierno es clara: debe
combatir con energa ejemplar
todo lo que tienda a fortalecer
a los adversarlos de nuestras
Instituciones democrticas, pa-
ra que la Jornada de mayo
mantenga su contenido y vigor
cvico.
Los conceptos que emite ex
manifiesto del Partido Renova-
dor explican, pero no justifi-
can la conducta de sus direc-
tores y agravian a un manda-
tario de la ecuanimidad y es-
pritu democrtico de don Al-
cibiades Arosemena. Protesta-
mos sin reservas contra esos
trminos, e intensificaremos el
respaldo al gobierno con todos
los recursos y la accin de las
masas populares que integran
nuestros partidos".
Panam. Julio 31 de 1951.
(Esta declaracin lleva la fir-
ma de todos los ministros).


VA (al NA DOS


EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MARTES, JULIO 31, 1951
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PanatnaAmrtca
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HABJMODIO AMIAS. 3HIC1M
idiudo re* LA
riLircH -O740 i :intl paivao) ap/utaoo Postal no. 1S4
II: K. I1LLU SITUADOS IN (STA CIUV1AD. CALLS H. NO. 87
PROBLEMAS POLTICOS DE AMERICA
Siempre que se ha presentado la oportunidad,
este diario ha comentado algunos de los problemas
polticos fundamentales de Amrica, entre los cua-
les se encuentra el constituido por ciertas dictadu-
ras militares que, desgraciadamente, existen en el
continente.
Esos problemas no pueden circunscribirse a de-
terminados pases donde se confronta el mal. Ello
significara desconocer las ntimas vinculaciones
que unen a los pueblos americanos y, por consi-
guiente, implicara una negacin a los postulados
de solidaridad continental en sus mltiples aspec-
tos. Asuntos de tal naturaleza tienen que preocu-
par hondamente a todas y cada una de las nacio-
nes del hemisferio, an cuando de antemano se sa-
be que los dictadores resienten esta realidad y en
su desesperacin invocan, con un criterio anacr-
nico, atril-utos de independencia y soberana de
los cules slo ellosy no sus pueblosquieren apro-
vechar.
Hace algunos das las agencias de prensa han
informado que, en la Repblica Dominicana, se ha
postulado la candidatura presidencial del hermano
del Jefe del Estado actual que, desde hace ms
de veinte aos, ejerce el mando absoluto en el her-.
m; no pas del Caribe.
Todo parece indicar que nada impedir que la
sucesin presidencial en Santo Domingo se realice;
de acuerdo con los autocrticos' deseos del Gene-
ralsimo Trujillo. La situacin planteada renueva
seguramente la intensidad de la tragedia cvica del
pueblo dominicano y constituye un rudo golpe ms
contra la estrucluracin de una Amrica democr-
tica y libre.
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: El Secretario de lo Interior cree que r <
es posible el racionamiento de gasolina; la escasez de LOS LOSerVacioreS CStail pOF
combustible demuestra la importancia de los sucesos
en el Cercano Oriente.
DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE ... ____ MARTES, JULK
La opinin Britnica est dividida
en cuanto a la cuestin de Espai
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Conservadores estn por CoDtales Franceses en el Brasi
WASHINGTON. El Se-
cretario de lo Interior, Osear
Chapman, le present al Pre-
sidente un futuro sombro pa-
ra este invierno en cuanto a
los combustibles. Chapman,
quien no se asusta por poca
com, hizo las siguientes ad-
vertencias:
Aceile y Gasolina La
produccin de Irn, que abas-
tece el cinco por ciento de
las necesidades fuera de la
cortina de hierro, puede sus-
penderse durante semanas y
quizs mese*. Ya que el Cer-
cano Oriente abastece de
combustible las defensas de
i mop.i Occidental la diferen-
cia tendr que ser compen-
sada por las Americas, si la
agitacin sovitica tiene xito.
Chapman explic que la In-
dustria petrolera no puede
aumentar la produccin na-
cional a menos que obtenga
ms acero.
"Nosotros necesitamos 2.-
135,000 toneladas de tubera
de acero", dijo Chapman, "si
es que queremos hacerle
frente a las demandas de es-
te pas".
Cerca de 300,000 barriles de
petrleo crudo se encuentran
estancados en Texas Occiden-
tal y Nuevo .Mxico, asi como
la produccin de 100,000 ba-
rriles diarios en las Montaas
Rocosas debido a la falta de
tubera para construir un
oleoducto. Sin embargo, nos
queda una esperanza, y se
trata de obtener ms petr-
leo mexicano, y es por eso
que Chapman visit Mxico.
HORNOS DE GAS
Gas Natural La industria
se ha extendido demasiado y
no tiene suficiente tubera
para llevar e! gas a todos los
clientes. Se hace imperioso
expedir una orden prohibien-
do nuevas instalaciones de gas
natural para la calefaccin
de casas. Aun cuando no se
expida tal orden, los hoga-
res del irea de los Apalaches
sufrir una seria escasez de
gas en caso que el prximo
invierno tenga siquiera dos
semanas de temperaturas ba-
>o cero. En este caso, las f-
bricas para la defensa ven-
drn primero, y por ltimo
las casas privadas.
Carbn Hay mucho car-
bn en las minas, tanto pa-
ra el uso domstico como pa-
ra el rearme de Europa, pero
no hay suficientes vagones
para sacarlo. Chapman calcu-
l que debe hajier un au-
mento de 150,000 vagones pa-
ra el ao entrante. Nueva-
mente, el acero es necesario.
Aluminio El Secretario
Chapman calcul que necesi-
taremos ms de un milln de
toneladas por ao. Chapman
ha estado tratando de que
las compaas pequeas se
dediquen a esta industria a
fin de romper el monopolio
de los tres mayores produc-
tores.
NOTA: Todo lo mencionado
arriba demuestra que los su-
cesos del Cercano Oriente in-
cluyendo la disputa petrole-
ra en Irn, el asesinato del
Rey Abdullah en Jordania y
los desrdenes en Egipto son
importantes para Estados U-
nidos.
una alianza con Franco pero
los Socialistas la rechazan
Los oLservadores consideran que en los E. U. se exa-
gera el poder de Espaa, pero reconocen que
las bases seran de gran utilidad
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y como espontneo desde el punto de vista popular
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"El Panama-America," que con gran entusias-
mo contribuye a estimular dentro de la rbita de
sus posibilidades la devocin por la causa del Pan-
americanismo que se nutre con la sabia de la de-
mocracia, combate toda dictadura o intento de dic-
tadura sea cual fuere su naturaleza. Amrica nece-
sita fortalecer su unin a base de libertades y
mediante el enardecimiento de la soberana de sus
pueblos y de la dignidad de sus individuos.
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LONDRES, Julio 30. (UP).
Hablando en general, la opinin
acerca de si debe admitirse o
i no a Espaa en la alianza a-
tlntlca est dividida conforme
a lineas partidaristas. Los con-
servadores consideran buena la
poltica de admitir a Franco en
el Pacto del Atlntico, en tanto
que los socialistas desaprueban
la idea.
Los liberales se muestran me-
nos violentos en sus objeciones
a la cooperacin espaola, pe-
ro no sienten tampoco mucha
simpata por Franco. Resumien-
do, puede decirse que si en es-
tos momentos se sometiera el
asunto a votacin en la Cma-
ra de los Comunes, el resultado
seria desfavorable a Espaa, ya
que con seguridad los liberales
se uniran a los socialistas pa-
ra rechazar la participacin es-
paola.
Aparte de esto, hay aqu un
numeroso sector que dice que
seria estpido cerrar los ojos
a la evidencia, que los Esta-
dos Unidos han descartado a
Francia como posible baluar-
te contra una embestida rusa y
por eso desea adquirir bases en
Espaa, desde las cuales po-
dra luchar contra la Unin So-
vitica durante tiempo indefi-
nido, con la ayuda de la Gran
Bretaa y otras naciones eu-
ropeas.
Los estrategas de escritorio
discuten la debilidad francesa,
estando seguros de que Fran-
cia no se opondra a los rusos,
como tampoco lo haran los
alemanes. Los expertos milita-
res y navales britnicos no tie-
nen gran fe en la maquinarla
militar francesa," de modo que
en los crculos polticos, y es-
pecialmente en los conservado-
res, el cambio de actitud de
Truman hacia Espaa es acep-
tado como una prueba de sim-
ple sentido comn. Los labo-
ristas, cuyos puntos de vista
en materias internacionales so.
teidos por co n s 1 d eraclones
Ideolgicas, rehusan reconocer
el peligro de una invasin rusa
y por lo tanto, no ven la ne-
cesidad de un acercamiento con
rl gobierno espaol. Recibieron
con los brazos abiertos la en-
trada de Turqua y Grecia en
la alianza atlntica y suponen,
errneamente, a nuestro pare-
cer, que esto hace innecesaria
la participacin de Espaa en
el pacto.
Los diarios laboristas explo-
tan esta diferencia de opinin
entre Londres y Washington,
calificndola de 'rompimiento",
pero tales afirmaciones pueden
ser hechas a un lado. No existe
tal rompimiento y. puede ase-
gurarse categricamente que
muy pronto se llegar a un
entendimiento anglo-amerlcano
sobre la cuestin de Espaa.
Los observadores desapaslona-
!dos consideran que quiz en los
i Estados Unidos se exagera el
poder de Espaa, pero recono-
cen que las bases espaolas se-
I ran de gran utilidad estrat-
gica, suponiendo que los EE.
UU. tienen mayor inters en
obtenerlas que en equipar al
i ejrcito, espaol. Sealan lam-
' bln que la obtencin de bases
1 en Espaa no afectar la ayu-
l da norteamericana a otros pai-
I ses, ya que el secretarlo de Es-
tado Acheson acaba de reafir-
mar que sern respetadas las
| prioridades existentes en ese
! sentido.
Cualesquiera que sean las ob-
jeciones que se hagan aqu al
ingreso de Espaa en la alian-
za atlntica, puede tenerse la
seguridad de que la poltica
norteamericana al respecto pre-
valecer y que ella ser final-
mente aceptada por la Oran
Bretaa.
Capitales Franceses en el Brasil

SAO-PAULO, Julio.El prstamo de *86 millones de cruzeiro*
(S 2* millones) que acaba de entrenar al Estado de Minas-Geracs
el grupo francs Impex, ha provocado numerosos comentarios en
la Capital federal. Esta operacin confirma una ves ms desde
hace un ao el inters del capital francs para la Amrica La-
tina. For lo contrario las nuevas inversiones de los capitales
norteamericanos desde entonces son dbiles. Para l ao 1959
estas inversiones se han elevado solamente a 530 millones de cru-
zeiros. I.< cierto que capitales importantes son invertidos., sor
intermedio ed organismo? oficiales americanos o internacionales.1
Pero la prudencia de estos organismos toman con frecuencia un
tono de timidez, y por esta razn el "Banco de Para y de los
Pases Bajos" ha podido substituir al Banco Internacional, el'
cual rehusaba financiar la creacin de la industria siderrgica'
en Colombia y en el Per. El prestigio del grupo de negocios1
franceses se agranda por razn de esta operacin, y desde en-
tonces posee en Amrica Latina ana autoridad excepcional, so
sabe que en el primer caso es cuestin de un proyecto por 25 mi-1
llones de dlares. Las compaas SCBWARTS HAL'MONT,
FIVES-LILLE y DELATTRE-FROUARD edificarn en colabora-
i clon con la compaa americana ARTHUR Mac GEE, una fbri-
ca de acero utilizando yacimientos de carbn y de mineral (te-
nor metlico 47%) que se encuentran cerca de Paso de Rio, en
Colombia. En el segundo caso el proyecto es de instalar en
Chimbte, a 4tu kilmetros al norte de Lima, una fbrica que
producir hasta 150,000 toneladas de hierro goa desde 1954. El
| proyecto est evaluado a. 10 millones de dlares.
Entre otros movimientos importantes en consideracin est
la implantacin en el Brasil en el Estado de Sao Paulo, de un
grupo representando capitales franceses, italianos y suios desti-
nados a desarrollar el cultivo y la industria de la fibra textil.
En el norte del pas una fbrica importante francesa se ha-
encargado en modernizar instalaciones de ingenios de asear de)
los Estados de Bahia y de Pernambuco. El Banco de Pars y de
los Pases Bajos est interesado en la creacin de una fbrica,
de abono, cerca de Sao Paulo y por fin en una refinera com-
pleta de petrleo en Cutubao, en el mismo estado, capas de tra-
tar 6,009 toneladas al da en producto ntegro. Esta ltima, ope-
racin representa un valor particular en el momento en que el
Brasil se dirige con resolucin hacia un extenso programa de
afinacin.
Estos diversos movimientos son muy comentados en los me-
dios brasileros. Es preciso observar la importancia del papel que
representa la mayor parte de estas operaciones del Banco do
Paris y de los Pases Bajos, el cual financia tambin en el Ca-
nad. Le llamamos la atencin en que el capital europea so
ha visto impedido en invertir capitales en varios pases en don-,
de operaban anteriormente. Es el caso del Banco de Pars 7 do
los Pases Bajos, el cual antes de la guerra tenia vn papel do
primer plan en las compaas de minas en Europa Central Esta'
nueva actividad del capital francs se ha manifestado despus'
de un largo periodo de Inercia.
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Los Delegados de la China y
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Por lo menos tres de ellos han sido entrenados en
Mosc y los otros dos son veteranos de
la poltica comunista
Por Robert Gibson
BASE DE AVANZADA. Corea.
Julio 31 (UP)Per lo menos
tres de los cinco delegados co-
munistas en las negociaciones
del cese de fuego en Corea han
sido, entrenados en osc y los
dos son veteranas de la polti-
ca comunista. El entrenamien-
to y ttulos de los cinco dele-
gados comunistas fue revelado
aqu boy.
Los delegados comunistas son
los siguientes:
Teniente General Nam 11. je-
fe del Estado Mayor del Ejer-
cito de Corea del Norte y Je-
fe de la delegacin. Hijo de
campesinos norcoreanos, naci
hace 38 aos y fue criado en
Manchuria. Regres a Corea
despus de haberse graduado
de la Universidad de Manchu-
ria y dedicndose a "activida-
des subterrneas" contra el Ja-
pn. En 1942 fu a Mosc, en
donde estuvo entrenndose co-
mo maestro durante tres aos.
Nam II regres a Corea en 1945
como sub-jefe de la Oficina de
No espere! Alivie el
DOLOR
DE CABEZA
en cuanto empiece
A lot primeros simonas de do-
lor de cabeza debido la preo-
cupacin, exceso de trabajo o
por haber comido mucho, tome
Alka-Seltzer. Reptalo si es ne-
cesario para que contine el
alivia

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agradable, efervescente que obra
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vaso de agua. Vea como burbu-
jea. Beba la refrescante solucin.
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ga siempre Alka-Seltzer a mana
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,) i', millones da personas.
Tmelo Ud. tambin.
Cwnpr, fl Ml,**It* te
i.n- ubl.u
uibM i r -.-, ubuiu
(Educacin de Corea del Norte
I y fue electo a la Asamblea en
: 1948. Un ao ms tarde fue
'nombrado Ministro de Educa-
jcin. Nam II fue nombrado jefe
'del Estado Mayor en septiem-
1 bre de 1950.v Se dice que goza
de gran estimacin en el So-
viet y en los mensajes que se
le enva se le dice "Vice-Pre-
mier" y "Ministro".
Mayor General Chang Pyong
San, jefe del Primer Cuerpo del
Ejrcito Nor-roreano. Se infor-
ma que ha servido como solda-
do en el ejrcito ruso, entran-
de luego a la Academia de In-
fantera de Pyongyang. Actual-
mente tiene 35 aos de edad
y se estuvo entrenando duran-
te seis meses en la Academia
i Militar de Liaoyang, prestando
i servicios como voluntarlo en la
Unidad Coreana 'antes de la
guerra pasada. En 1941 comen-
z a trabajar para los comu-
nistas como Secretarlo de Orga-
nizacin de la Liga de la Inde-
pendencia Coreana. Despus de
la guerra entr al "Nuevo Par-
tido Demcrata".
Mayor General Lee Sang Cho
jefe del Cuartel del Frente del
Ejrcito de Corea del Norte.
Naci en Corea del Sur hace
38 aos, se educ en China y
se uni a los comunistas en
1940, prestando sus servicios a
la Liga de la Independencia Co-
reana en Manchuria. Regres a
Corea del Norte en 1B46 y se
hizo alto funcionario del Par-
tido Laborista de Corea del
Norte. Tres aos ms tarde fue
nombrado vice-Minlstro de Co-
mercio.
Teniente General Tenr Hua,
Sub-Comandante de las Fuer-
xas Chinas en Corea. Proba-
blemente el ms vieja de las
delegados comunista en Kae-
song 51 aos de edad ha
prestado servicio activo en el
movimiento comunista chino*
desde 1930. como oficial politi-
co en el Primer Ejercito. Ha-
blndose graduado en la Uni-
versidad de Kang Ta en 1934,
abandon su puesto en el Prl-,
mer Ejrcito en 1940 cuando
asumi el mando de la 20a. Di-
visin.
Mayor General Hsieh Fanf.
Se dice que es un experto en
propaganda. Se gradu de la
Universidad de. Mosc y entro a
formar parte fe las fuerzas co-
munistas a su regresa a Chi-
na, limitando sus actividades al
departamento poltico.
Presupuesto de la
OIT" es aprobado
GINEBRA, Julio 31 -
Notlcias de la OIT La 34a.
Conferencia Internacional del
Trabajo, en su reciente reunion
de Ginebra aprob el presu-
puesto de la Oficina Interna-
cional del Trabajo para 1952,
el mismo que asciende a dola- (
res 6,224,922. El presupuesto de
1951 alcanza a dolares 5,973,789.
El total ser cubierto por los
64 pases miembros de la OIT,
de acuerdo a una escala fijada
por la Conferencia. Los Estados i
Unidos contribuyen con el 2ir, \
del total y el Reino Unido con
el 13.15%. Entre los pases de,
Amrica Latina: Argentina,
2 31r; Bolivia, 0.12%: Brasil.
2 36'!: Colombia, 0.46%: Chile,;
0.53%: Costa Rica. 0.12^; Cu-
ba 0.38%: Repblica Domini-
cana, 0.12%; Ecuador. 0.12%;,
Guatemala. 0.12%: Hait, 0.12%;;
Mxico, 0.83%; Panam. .0.12%:
Per, 0.25%; Uruguay, 0.24%,,
Venezuela, 0.35%.
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HORIZONTALES:
1Onomalopeya del ruido.
4Dios egipcio.
8Ladrn, lamlllarmente.
12Circulo o redondel.
13Antigua capital de Irlanda.
14Caldo espeso.
16Vasijas para cocinar.
17Capital suramerlcana.
18Clase de perro.
18Lengua muerta.
21Repetido, mosca que causa
la enfermedad del sueo.
2SApero de1 labranza.
26Cubierta.
29Brvajc muy dulce.
3Lista, o catalogo.
33Ave de rapia.
34Clera, enfado.
38 Estado de -Venezuela.
30Nota musical.
37Quiebra' 'comercial.
38Cocinar en seco.
39Seco, in frtil.
41Organizacin Argentina
Radical, Inlc.
43Arma larga de fuego.
46Tipo de calzado. Pl.
50Sensacin ?l olfato.
52Anteojo para ambos ojos.
54Canoso.
55Ciudad de Espaa.
56Apcope de santo. Inv.
57Igual al 12 horizontal, pero
en plural.
58Recibidor.
59Cocino en seco.
1Fardo, bulto.
3Rio de Rusia.
3Mujer joven.
4Que no creen en Dios.
5Padecimiento.
%Dicho de palabra.
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SVaso de consagrar.
9Aqartaras, adivinara*.
1CCdWsin. Abv. r
11En el mar. .
18Ungir, aplicar una grasa
a algo.
30Comparativo.
22Caudillo rabe.
124Nombre de mujer.
I 25Alero.
|28^FlJa precio o valor.
27 Ieual al 33 Horizontal.
28Signos que corresponden i
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30Marchara.
31Hijo de Jpiter.
35Zofito. Inv.
37Isla griega
40Pesos espaoles
42Del verbo abonar.
44Ave zancuda.
45Moreda italiana.
47Nopal.
48Extremidades de las aves.
49Desabrido.
50Ave domstica.
31Dios romano del hogar.
53Lunes, Anc, Inv.
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sentido a organizaciones de
esta capital y del interior
Mujeres lerviosis
Anemieis y Dbiles
ufUdn pudieran dar* cante iquivra
9 lo que el FKKIll/.AN hara para uttodea,
o continuaran aufnaodo inDeoaaariamanie.
Sin la menor vaaaUclon acudiran a la farmacia
v diran: Yo quiaro un franco da KERH IZAN
V OMniiauaran an eofuida a aacudir aaa da-
arp narvioaa qua eat oonaumindolea
Unta paro inaajorahtacnaoU.
EL FKUil/.\N ea maaqoe un tnico, ea un
aaadicameoLu raataurativo, nutra loa narvioa,
eiforsa la aanffre r loe iejidoa lodo an una
piara, y por ano aa qua er obenan un estra-
ordioarioa raaiiltai. j en caaoa da anemia o
aapobrebauanto de la eanfre, debilidad, in-
aomnio. dabtltdad cerebral y trastornos do
loa norrios.
Ontaatgran hoy miaran tin paquete* de
#ERRIZAN o la farmacia da au localidad j
aaaarealn a prueba.
Temen perder sus
cosechas en Chepo
por las sequas
CHEPO, Julio 31 (Correspon-
sal i Hay alarma y fundades
sospechas en los agricultores de
perder gran parte de la cosecha
pues hace ms de 15 dias ue
io llueve y las plantaciones van
perdiendo fuerza para su desa-
rrollo, lo que se tema como una
amenaza para el futuro de la
produccin agricola del {Mil
pues si en la actualidad se lia
tenido que recurrir al extranje-
ro en demanda de sai, arroz y
caf, es fcil deducir lo que nos
espera si la sequa se prolonga
por mas tiempo, terminar con la
prxima produccin de cereales.
La Federacin de Sociedades
Santeas se ha dirigido al Di-
rector de Precios y Abastos, Ing.
Juan Alberto Morales, median-
te memorial que publicamos a
continuacin:
"En relacin al asunto de la
presente caresta de arroz na-
cional y a las medidas que la
Direccin de Precios y Abastos
piensa tomar, deseamos decla-
rar que la Federacin de 'So-
ciedades Santeas tiene inters
especial en que, al mismo tiem-
po que se tomen medidas in-
mediatas para conjurar la cri-
sis, se llame a una reunin ur-
gente de sembradores de arroz,
de representantes de las Socie-
dades Agrcolas, de personeros
de las agrupaciones cvicas y
de funcionarlos administrativos,
a fin de que se planifique la
accin gubernamental, a largo
plazo, por derroteros inditos y
con soluciones permanentes.
La Direccin de Precios y A-
baitas debe llevar una agenda
cen puntos bsicos y evitar,
hasta donde sea posible, las dis-
cusiones intiles y la hojarasca
palabrera que caracteriza mu-
chas de esas reuniones y que
diluyen el esfuerzo por encon-
trar remedio prctico, y eficaz
a los problemas planteados. En
esa forma debe irse a esa reu-
nin con miras patriticos, con
sentido de la realidad nacio-
nal y con una gran dosis de
cordura y espritu de concilia-
cin.
Estima la Federacin de So-
ciedades Santeas que esa reu-
nin de interesados en la so-
lucin permanente del proble-
ma arrocero debe efectuarse en
Aguadulce en el curso del mes
de agosto". ,
Fea. de Sociedades Santeas
El Gobernador de
Herrera se reuni
con sus Alcaldes
LAS MINAS, julio 31. (Corres-
ponsal!. Aiiteayet celebrse
en esta- poblacin la egunda
conferencia de Alcaldes de Pro-
vincias, presidida por el, Go-
bernador Vrela. Atinados pro-
psitos del Gobernador, secun-
dados firmemente por los alcal-
des, tienden beneficiar a los
pueblos hermanos. Tratronse
temas importantes y se discu-
ti la manera de combatir la
epidemia de las gallinas y la
plaga del trsalo que azota las
ganaderas, perjudicando a los
propietarios.
Se aprob por unanimidad,
' r".cii'cin oue present el
Alcalde Spadafora, expositiva
urgente la necesidad por que
continue hasta su conclusin
los proyectos del ]- "> r> < -
rretera de esta laboriosa po-
blacin de clima calu... ... -
alose prxima reunin en a-
gosto en Santa Mara. Asistie-
ron todos los alcaldes provin-
ciales, adems de altos funcio-
narlos de la misma.
Los aguadulceos no quieren
que se haga poltica con la
construccin de una escuela
AGUADULCE, julio 31. rreaponsal)- -No intromisin de
; la poltica criolla en las obras
j del Primer Ciclo de Aguadulce
es el grito unnime de los mlem
broa del Comit que gestaron
dicha Institucin de enseanza.
Resulta tan sencillo como ruin
explotar ei hambre con los di-
neros del Estado en aras de una
bandera cualquiera. Las campa-
as generosas como la de Agua-
dulce, donde todos han contrl-
buido en todo sin mezquinos
! miramientos, no deben empa-
; fiarse con las deyecciones de
los caciques de emboscada. Los
i partidlarloa de los Ministros
; Navarro y Bermdez no deben
empalidecer el gesto amplio y
patritico de dichos dlstlngul-
1 dos funcionarlos cuando en la
tarde del 12 de los corrientes
manifestaron ante una congre-
gacin jamas soada que ha-
ran buena y firme la promesa
que se haban de alentar el
progreso nacional, orillando las
mezquindades de aldea y los sec
tarismos polticos que Infestan
el alma nacional. Por eso el
Comit Pro edificio del Primer
Ciclo de esta poblacin se per-
mite exhortar a los que conc-
clerne se abstengan de presen-
tar listas de protegidos a las
altas esferas para que sean co-
locados en los puestos que jus-
tamente reclaman y deben ser
conferidos a aquellos humildes
hijos del pueblo que solo tienen
por padrinos su colaboracin
espontnea durante cinco lar-
gos aos de lucha por hacer
realidad la recin iniciada es-
cuela Secundarla de Aguadulce.
Insisten en Son
en una denuncia
sobre el hospital
Son 30 de Julio de 1S51
.-.eor Director de
"El Panam Amrica-
Panam.
Volvemos Informar este
Hospital cobra dos Balboas per
tarjeta personas pobres insisti-
mos nuestro denuncio algn, c.a
funcionario honorable lo aten-
Jera.
Samuel Cornejo
vy___________________ I
Pide ayuda para las
Bibliotecas el Gob. j
Homero Velasquez j
1 seor Gobernador de la
Provincia, don Homero Velas-
quez, nos ha enviado el si-
guiente comunicado en el que
solicita ayuda para las biblio-
tecas de la Provincia de Pa-
nam:
"Durante las visitas efectua-
das por el suscrito a los dis-
tintos pueblos de la Provincia,
he podido establecer que las bi-
bliotecas correspondientes care-
cen de libros, revistas y otros
rganos de divulgacin cultural,
por lo que se suDllca al public
que una vez ledo un libro, re-i
vista o boletn, se sirva enviar-
lo a este despacho para ser
enviado a aquellas biblioteca*
que ms los necesiten.
Homero Velsquet,
Gobernador de la Provincia*
Bien impresionados quedaron
los del Punto Cuatro con el Aviso Judicial
Instituto Agrcola de Divisa
Se espera que con la llegada de los tcnico todos
los Fomentos Agrcolas sern reorganizados
DIVISA. Julio 31 (Correspn- nuestro pas,
sal) Dos altos empleados del
gobierno norteamericano visita-
ion el Instituto Nacional de A-
tfilcultura con el fin de obser-
var* los proyectos y campos de
cooperacin que podra prestar
nuestro pas, en relacin con el
Punto Cuatro- Eran ellos Ed-
ward O. Cale, Director de la O-
iicina de Centro Amrica y el
Caribe, del Departamento de lis-
tado de los Estados Unidos y
Raymond Valliere, Secretario de
la Embajada Norteamericana en
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
me ores oroaramas
El buen
automovilista
-......-*"^
reconoce
Acompaaban a estos visitan-
tes altos empleados del Minis-
terio de Agricultura de nuestro
pas, entre los que se encontra-
ba el Secretarlo de dicho Minis-
terio, Ingeniero Carlos J. Quin-
tero, Ing. Porfirio Gmez, docr
Menalco Soils. Walton P. Se-
llers, Mayor Foiling.
Segn pudimos observar estos
seores van bien impresionados
1e. las oportunidades que tria-
da esta institucin para que
\cnga la misin norteamerica-
na del Punto Cuatro que se es-
tablecer aqui en Divisa y que
est al llegar.
Confiamos en que al llegar los
tcnicos agrcolas del Punto Cua
tro todos los Fomentos Agrcolas
y otros servicios sluillares sein
. eorganlzados y orientados en
un plan de mayo rintensiflea-
cin agricola. .
i i
AVISO IMPLAZATORIO
F: mafrito, Juei Seruario del Circuito
ri- rn*mfc, por medid del presento ode-
lo.
EMPLAZA:
Al seor F.I.MO LEE STONE, v n.
mayor di dad. norleaaicrlraeo. romer-
clante, cuyu parad.i.< actual a* Ignora,
pora quo dentro dal trmino da treinta
dial, contadoa' doado la feeh* do la l-
tia publicacin- dol preaent* adirto.
comparers a oata Tribunal por al o por
media do apoderado a hacer valer ene
derechoa dentro del Juicio de divorcia
quo ea au contra ha propueeto au ea*
poea. aonora CARMEN AMALIA LCPEZ.
advlrtfondnle que al aal no la hiciere
dentro de! termino exp.reaado. a* le
nombrar an detenanr de anente con
niea ee continuara el ]uioio.
Fot tanto, ee fija ele edicto empla-
aatrio en turar vialble Se la Searetaria
.le orbe Tribunal, hoy veinticuatro de
Julio de mil novecientoa cincuenta, y
ropla del infame ae tiene a dispoeici6n
de la parte interesada para au publica-
cin.
El J.ei.
ir'd.i.i JORGE A. RODRIQUEZ B.
Por el Secretario.
(Fdo.) MARIA PAREJA.
Oficial Mayor.
Ea fiel copia d au original.
Estados Unidos debe hablar
con todo su podero declara
el Director de Movilizacin
DETROIT, Michigan, Julio 31
iUSIS)El Movilizador de la
Defensa de los Estados Unidos,
Charles. E. Wilson, declar que
los Estados Unidos deben ha-
blarle a Rusia con la fuerza de
su produccin, su poderlo ar-
mado y sus 'imperecederos prln
clpios de libertad y justicia".
Dijo que si los Estados Uni-
dos y sus aliados hablaran con
una fuerza equivalente a la del
Kremlin, tal vez seria posible
hacernos entender de los H di-
rigentes (el Poliburo) detrs d
sus muros".
Como participante en los ac-
tos conmemorativos de la fun-
dacin de Detroit Wilson se re-
firi al tema "Es la fuerza o
que acta. Trabajemos por la
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
w**K
fesW**
son
con
las
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Conservas monarch
... saludables... deliciosas...
alimento* de calidad insuperable.
envasados en plena madurez. Ms de 500 Con-
servas Alimenticias Monarch: frutas, legumbres y
carnes con todo su sabor j con todo su valor
nutritivo, original. De venta en todas las tiendas
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Distribuidores nico en toda la Repblica:
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Tel. No. 3-3219
REPARTO A DOMICILIO
AVISO
ANDREWS EDWARD
(Ernesto)
y CARLOS FUENTES
no trabajan como choferes
en Trott el Limpiador.
fuerza".
En discurso pronunciado ho-
ras antes el. Presidente Tra-
man habla advertido que las
naciones libres deben forjar su
poderio contra los planes so-
viticos de agresin.
> 'i .**
Las fiestas de la
poblacin de Chepo
fueron muy lucidas
CHEPO, julio 20. (Correspon
al). A pesar de la fuerte
depresin econmica que a to-
dos nos afecta, las' fiestas pa-i
tronales han resultado de lay
mejor, los puntos del programa!'
se han desarrollado en medloi
del mayor esplendor y sana ale-4
Riia, durante toda la lesta so-1'
lo. se ha registrado un ligero'
atropello entre un Jinete que1
corra y un peatn que cruza-1
ba la calle. El abanderado de
maana es el honorable cort-l
cejal del Distrito Capital, don;
Daro Carrillo, persona muy es-,
timada en este pueblo por sus.
entronques familiares y sociales,!
por lo que se espera que la lidia
de toros sea un xito de la,
fiesta. :
da luje a sus uas y su
precio no as un lujo
a
Cute de I.ujtr Nail Brilliance ea
una revelacin! Tiene toda la*
cutlidadea de loa etmaltee de aa*
ms caros a mucho menos precio.
Kaquiaito frasco con cmodo aplica-
dor, como lo* na* lujosos esmalte*,
ti eemalle permanece bellsimo da*
y dfas. Ni te agrieta ni so desprende.
\ o irrita la piel. Novsimos in-
teresante* malice*.
Quedar usted admirada ron
CIJTEX di Lu
Eimalit 4* lujo un prtcio a* fe lujo.



la Obm Maestra,
dla
Destilacin


Haig
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MARTES, JULIO 31, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
Descubren en Espaa una red;
falsificadora de pasaportes \
de varios pases americanos
lientos de admiradores de Amalia
Aguilar le testimoniaron sus
simpatas ayer en la maana
La popularidad de que goza
Amalia Aguilar, la sensacional
es,relia del cine mexicano en
nuestra ciudad, quedo amplia-
mente demostrado l domin-
go, cuando "la mejor bailarina
del cine" se diriga a los es-
tudios de la Radio Programas
Continental, donde centenares
de simpatizantes de la estre-
lla la esperaban para conseguir
su autgrafo, le fue casi ma-
terialmente Imposible a Amalla,
dar un paso para tomar la es-
calera que la conducira a los
estudios principales de la Esta-
cin mencionada donde Amalia
Aguilar hizo su presentacin en
el programa dominical de Ra-
dio Show y desde cuyos micr-
fonos envi un cordial saludo al
pueblo panameo q'hyymi-
ana tendr la oportunidad de
verla actuar desde el escenar.o
del Teatro Presidente.
La acogida que se le ha dis-
pensado en todos los sectores
de nuestra amable eiudad, ha
sido, segn las propias palabras
de Amalia Aguilar y de su re-
presentante el caballeroso Ral
Beran, algo fuera de lo que
ellos se esperaban, por lo que
la estrella ms cotizada hoy da
en el eme mexicano y que ms
pblico lleva actualmente a Jas
taquillas de los teatros donde
son prohibidas las pelculas en
que ella aparece, ofrecer no
cabe duda alguna, una de sus
ms brillantes actuaciones de
su historial artstico, que la ha
hecho acreedora de los ms
altos elogios de la critica y el
pblico que han sabido aqui-
latar su titulo de ''la mejor bai-
larina del cine'.
El Gobierno Colombiano dice
que no es cierta una noticia
sobre violencias en Antioquia
La situacin fiscal
de Colombia es muy
buena dicen en E.U.
WASHINGTON,-Julio 31.
La ecretara de Comercio I
inform que Colombia goza de
una buena situacin fiscal y
que las recaudaciones de la Ha-
cienda Pblica por concepto de
tarifas de aduana, impuestos e
Ingresos personales ha llegado
a sus mayores niveles.
El informe agregaba que ha-
ce poco Colombia redujo nota-
blemente las deudas comercia-
les atrasadas contraidas con los
exportadores norteamericanos.
El Informe de la Embajada de
Estados Unidos en Bosot pu-
blicado en la revista oficial lla-
mada "Foreign Commerce
Weekly" deca entre otras co-
sas:
"Durante el perodo de cua-1
BOGOTA, Julio'31. (UP).
Un comunicado oficial informa
que la Investigacin realizada a
raz de una publicacin por la
revista norteamericana "Time"
sobre hechos de violencia en
el departamento de Antioquia
demuestra que "ni el Ilustrisi-
mo Obispo de 8ania Fe de An-
tioquia Monseor Luis Andra-
de Valderrama ni los seores
curas prrocos de esa dicesis
se han dirigido al Ministerio de
usticia para denuncia o soli-
citar la investigacin de los
hechos delictuosos a que se re-
fiere la citada publicacin'.
Las afirmaciones hechas por
el Ministro de Justicia Guiller-
mo Amaya Ramirez y el Minis-
tro de Gobierno Domingo 8a-
rasty dicen que el corresponsal
de "Time" Alfred Rosenberg fue
detenido en Antioquia con "pa-
peles que indicaban una misin
dudosa' agregando que "pudo
suceder que este seor sea el
autor de las noticias producto
de su imaginacin".
La publicacin de "Time" de-
cia que los curas prrocos del
Departamento de Antioquia vi-
sitaron al Obispo Luis Andrade
Valderrama para comunicarle
"los ms recientes hechos de
violencia en las montaas". A-
ade que "en tres aos de In-
cursiones y emboscadas en el
curso de las cuales la polica
del Gobierno conservador ha lu-
chado salvajemente con los gue-
rrilleros del partido Liberal, han
perecido 20,000 personas, mu-
chas aldeas han sido arrasadas
y sus habitantes dispersados u
obligados a hacerse bandidos".
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BERTUNCINI
re 432 Aptdo 1*04
tro semanas del 17 de mayo al
14 de junio de 1951 hubo una
prdida neta de cambio de 14,-
122,000 dlares y una diferen-
cia neta entre las misiones au-
torizadas y el cambio adquiri-
do de 23,119,000 dlares. Esta
situacin, sin embargo, es con-
secuencia de la aprobacin por
parte del Banco de la Repbli-
ca de giros para pagar las
deudas comerciales atrasadas
que se hablan estado acumu-
lando durante largo tiempo. Las
deudas atrasadas se redujeron
en 17.358,000 dlares, de modo
que los giros pendientes en la
Oficina del Registro de Cambio
el 14 de Junio ascendan a
slo 4,455.000 dlares".
MOTTAS


OFRECE EL
BARATILLO
DE
BARATILLOS
Felicitacin
El dia 29 de los corrientes
ceieoro sus natales el seor don
Celestino Muoz. Aunque algo
tarde le hacemos llegar nues-
tras felicitaciones.
Hasta la ciudad de Almirante
hacemos llegar nuestro, saludo
a la seara Marta Araz de
Esqulvel esposa del seor don
Gilbert Esquivel, por haber ce-
lebrado en el dia de ayer un
ao mas de vida.
El nio Nicols Delgado, hijo
del hogar formado por el se-
or don Daniel Delgado Duar-
te y seora, tambin cumpli
ayer un ao ms de vida. Que
cumpla muchos ms son nues-
tros deseos. '
Congratulacin
El nllto Roberto Sasso sum
en el da de ayer un ao ms
de vida. Que los haya pasado
muy contento en unin de sus
queridos padres.
Baile en el Jardn Monaco
El Club Social Damas de Co-
ln, tiene un grandioso fes-
tival bailable el sbado 4 de
agosto en los salones del Jar-
dn Monaco. Amenizar este
acto bailable la orquesta de Ar-
mando Boza con sus cantantes
Germn Vergara y Many Bola-
os. La cuota ser solamente
de B. 1.50 para caballeros, da-
mas cortesa.
Cumpleaos de hoy
A las muchas felicitaciones
que reciba el seor don Carlos
A. Molina con motivo de cele-
brar en esta fecha sus nata-
les, agregamos las nuestras muy
cordiales.
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Juan Ventura por
sumar hoy un ao ms de vida.
Ovidio Rodrguez en
"MOMENTO ROMNTICO"
MADRID, Julio 31.(UP)__La
Brigada de Investigacin Crlrnl-
minal ha descubierto una Im-
portante falsificacin de pasa-
portes y documentos para es-
tafar a los Incautos emigrantes
a pases americanos, especial-
mente Venezuela.
Se ha averiguado que tres a-
fencas establecidas en Corua
ontevedra en combinacin con
Madrid, han estafado grandes
cantidades. El Jefe de la banda,
Joaqun Pueyo Fernndez., do-
miciliado en Corua, fue de-
tenido en Madrid con siete emi-
grantes que pensaba enviar SL
Venezuela exigindole 20,000 pe
atas a cada uno.
Se han efectuado 30 deten*
clones y la polica se incaut d<
tiles para la falsificacin do
sellos de caucho norrespondien-I
tes a pases americanos, prin-
cipalmente Venezuela, Brasil X-
Argentina.
La Oficina de Inmigracin d
Venezuela ha facilitado su eSV
operacin a la polica, encon-
trando 98 pasaportes falsificar
dos.
Todas las tardes a las 3:00 p.m. surge a travs de las ondas de la
Red Panamericana, la voz varonil de Ovidio Rodriguez en un pro-
grama de bellas y variadas melodas. Escchelo usted de Lunes a
Viernes a las 3:00 p.m.
La simptica seorita Mer-
cedes Saad celebra hoy su cum-
pleaos. Hasta Cuba, en donde
se encuentra estudiando, le ha-
cemos llegar nuestras congra-
tulaciones y nuestros votos por-
que disfrute de todo gnero de
felicidades.
Celebra hoy su tercer aniver-
sario de su nacimiento el nl-
ito Juan Cristbal Tejeira A-
raz, hijo del hogar formado
por el seor don Orlando Te-
jeira y seora. Hacemos votos
por su creciente dicha y ventu-
ra personal.
Con una piata celebrar hoy
su cumpleaos el nio Pablo l
Ruidlaz Jr., hijo del seor Pa- I
blo Ruidlaz y seora. A las mu-
chas felicitaciones aue reciba j
(Pasa a la pgina 7, col. 7)
J\cabamos
de recibir
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MOTTAS
PANAMA
SOLAMENTE
PANAMA
HOY a las 7 y 30 p. m. en el Teatro "MAYO" HOY
"URBANO" El 9n Fakir entra a su atad de vidrio para vivir
en l, sin comer ni beber, 30 das y sus noches,
GRAN SHOW: RAUL LAPORTE, La Voz de Amrica, y su magnfica
orquesta "MELODAS DEL PLATA." PROFESOR "DILLMER" for-
midable ilusionista, ventrlocuo y humorista, "Caballero Gregorio" y "Negrito Venancio."
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crito debajo del atad del FAKIR URBANO y miles de personas que lo anotaron, hoy son
nuevos ricos, gracias a la exhibicin hecha por La Mueblera "EL DIABLO" La Casa de
los Vidrios y los Linleos.
Precios: Luneta 75c ojo slo hoy No hay media Entrada
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8ALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
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EL PANAMA AMERICA
Cali* "H" No. :. Pin.n.J
Ara. Cental 12-12Colon.
E.U. prepara nuevas pruebas
atmicas pero se han negado
a decir cundo dnde sern
Ninguna de las pruebas norteamericanas ha sido un
fracaso y todas las armas probadas han "estallado"
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA: -Empleada paro ofi-
cios domsticos con experiencia.
Avenido Norte No. 23, cerca Pre-
sidencia.
SE NECESITASeora de 30 a 35!
aos que sepa cocinar, lavar y I
planchar, sueldo B.30.CO. paro dor- |
rrir empleo. Fonvlio chica. Calle]
50 No. 18.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE NECESITA: Empleada oficios
domsticos 'referencias indispen-
sables'. Colle Primera. Perejil,
No. 11, Apto. No. I.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con ex-
periencia. Buen sueldo. Colje 37,
No. 16. altos.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para co-
cnor. limpiar, cor. recomendacin,
Avenida Mxico No. 69, cerco ca- i
lie 12. '
CA. 01 LEFEVRE Tal. 2-5332
VENDE LOTES
Pago inicial mnimo 1.100.00
Mensuol B. I 5.00
Lotes ton Calles y Acueducto da
la Ciudad desde B. 1.00 I mavra.
Alquilamos equipo pesado pea
movimiento d tierra.
Alquilarnos lote o lorgn plazos.
Club de lotes. B.3.0C y B.1.00
emante
SE VENDE: Aborroteria y Refre
quera LA NACIONAL en Ave.
A y Calle 12 Oeste. Informes Tel.
2-0052.
SE VENDE:Aborroterlo, Carnicera.
Precio ganga por motivo de viaje,
bueno pora sucursal. Calle 12 No.
I 6, San Francisco.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SE VENDEN:Claros. tubrria -itara,
car canelado, Fix-Tea < arlan
onlodor para cielos rasos) mode-
ras, lavamanos, aacusodes. ele. a
las precies mis bajos en laxo.
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Vio Espe-
rta, ilegondo a Juan Franco. Tal.
J-.503.
SE NECESITA Persona que sepa
cocinar, tiene que ir -ol' mercado y
nc tiene que dormir en el empleo.
Ave. Manuel Ma. de Icaza B No
26 .
SE NECESITA:Empleod que sepa |
cocinar, intil -presentcn-se sin scr-
ber coemor. oficios domestic".,
dormir fuera. Klieman, calle 38
y Avenido Balboa' No. 2, final.
SE NECESITA:Lavandera-plancha-
doro, B.10.00 semanales. Aveni-
do B No. 61. Panam.
SE VENDE:Lote en esquina. Calle'
9. Porque Lefevre. 525 M2 Pro-
ductos Nacionales .Colle H 61,
Panomi.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora lim-
piar y acomodar la casa. Debe
dormir en el emplee .y dor referen-
cios de su empleo anterior. Aveni- j
de Balboa Na. 45. Venas de 5 o
7 p. m.
SE NECESITA:Emp'eodo poro lim-
pieza de cosa, serio, honrada y
responsable. Debe dormir en em-
pleo Intil presentarse sin reco-
mendaciones. Calle 50 No. 22.
De 12 a 2 p. m.
SE ALQUILA
Locale
SF ALQUIL.M Locol pora oflcino
orribe detiTeotr* Central.
GANGA! Bonito chalet ubicado con-
tiguo a la via Belisorio Porras,
buen vecindario, rboles frutales y
facilidades de pago, informarse te-
lfonos 3-2407 y 2-2277-.
SI USTED desea adquirir un buen
'ote de terreno pora edificar su
casa, no pierda su tiempo, con-
sulte inmediatamente o los tele-
fones 3-2407 y 2-2277 los te-
nemos en las mejores urbanizacio-
nes a los precios ms atractivos.
SE VENDE:Lote de terreno da 1932
M2 en via Belisorio Porros, cerco
lo entrada 'del Golf. Paro moyor in-
formacin llame Tel. 3-2081, Pa-
nam.
SE VENDE:GANGA! Chalet Esla
Visto ovaluado B.24,000, se ven-
de en solo B. 16,500. Pago inicial
8 8,000, resto 20 aos. Dos re-
cmaros, sala, comedor, porch, ga-
rage, cuarto empleoda, servicio in-
dependiente Patterson, Avenida
"A" No. 16. 2-2346.
CHALET Son Francisco por B.3,000
pago inicial, cerco Teatro Roose-
velt, dos recmaras, dos baos,
porch, garage. Precio total B. II.-
000. Patterson. Ave. "A" No. 16,
2-2346.
SE VENDE: Asbesto en plancha,
medie conale y en polvo a pre-
cie econmico. Para caldaras, tu-
beras de calor, etc. Cii de Pro-
ducto de Arcilla. S. A. Vie Espa-
a 37-47. Tel. 3-0160.
SE VENDEPiezas y tubos de Ra-
dio Emerson. Valor original B.l,-
500.00. Se vende ol postor ms
olto, sumo base B.300.00. Ga.
Internacional de Ventas. Colle
6a. No. 5.
SE VENCE:Bicicleta, llantos y tu-
bos nuevos. Uno llanta v un tubo
de repuesto todo por B. 30.00. In-
formes Calle "K" No. 6, altos,
Apto. I (oltos^.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento da una
y dos recmaras. Calle Primera,
Perejil 14. Pregunte por Aseador
de 8 a II. Informes telfonos 2-
2-3181 2-0082.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos una y
dos recmaras, cmodos, cntricos,
precios razonable. Compona f.
Icaza Avenido B 79.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no de dos recmoras y sala come-
dor, en edificio "Muller". Aveni-
da Tivoli No. 18, llomor telfono
2-1032. Sr Carreos.
SE VENDE MUY BARATO: M-
quina Registradora "Notionol", un
molino para moler come "Sanitary"
con copacidad para 600 lbs. por
hora. I Congelador propio para
restaurante "Freezer", cortadora
de jamn, estufa de gos 4 fogo-
nes y ploncha. 4 lmparos "Nen"
48*' y 3 tubos. Pora informes: ca-i
He lo. Vista Hermosa No. 7. Te-
lfono 3-1468.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento, uno
recamare, 5010*, comedor, cocina y
balcn corrido, calle 52 No. 18,
informes Apto. No. 8.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento fresco,
cntrico, 2 recmaras, sala, come-
dor, bolcn. Avenida Per esqui-
no 36 Este No. II, B.80.00.
SE NECESITA
General
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Mantenemos una venta de
ganga de artculos sobre exis-
tencia donde las MEJORES
PINTURAS se venden a los
ms halos precios.
Por que no ahorrar dinero
comprando lu mejor?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 279.
Tel 3-0140.
CLNICA," orjulpcda. altos Farmacia
Solazar, calla 16 Oecte No. 28.
Panam.
SE ALQUILA:Lccol Comercial: E-
dificio nuevo frente plazo Sonta
Ana. Ocurro Compona F. Icozo,
Avenida B 79.
VERDADERA GANGA: No pierda
esto oportunidod que se presenta
rara vez en la vida. Lote alto, El
Congreio, el ms fresco, el ms
barato, 990 M2. Solo por B 6 00
metro. Patterson, 2-2346, Aveni-
da "A" No. 16.
LA COMPAA DEL CANAL DE
PANAMA OFRECE EN VENTA
EDIFICIOS
Se vende al mejor postor, los edi-
ficios Nos. 275, Ancn; 1054, 1058.
1059. 1062X. 1066. 1067, 1069,
1152 v 1 161, Cocoh; 12. Summit.
Se recibirn propuestas en pliegos
cerrodos en lo oficina del Superin-
tendente de Almacenes, en Balboa,
hasta las 10 y 30 de la maana del
21 de Agosto de 1951, cuando se
han de abrir en pblico. Se pueden
conseguir los formularios para la;
propuestos, con los pormenores com-
pletos, en las oficinas del Superin-
tendente de Almacenes. Balboa, y en
las de los Administradores de Casas
'Housing Managers! en Balboa
Heights, Cocoli y Pedro Miguel.
PERSONALES
La seora ESMIE se pone nuevamen-
te a las rdenes de su clientela.
Calle H No. II IALTOS).
SE NECESITA:-Costurera de Coi-
zado en la Zapatera El Record.
Calle B No. 11.
DESEO cambiar cuarto, lugar cn-
trico, no caro. 16 Oeste No. 17.
Sro. de Samoniego.
SE DESEA:Coso de 3 O 4 recmo-
ras, con patio. Llame al Encarga-
da de Relaciones Pblicas de la
Embajada Americano.
SE NECESITA:Motor scooter tres
ruedas. Dirljo-.e Caso Central. Ave-
nida Bolvar 9126. Coln o Peicher
Kardonski, Avenido Central 39.
Panam.
SE NECESITA:Los servicios de pe-
rito mercontil pora dar clases de
4 a 6 de la torde de lunes a vier-
nes, pora una persono. Avenido B
No 61, Panam.
MAQUINAS DE CORTA
HIERBA.
MAQUINAS PARA
LABRAR MADERA.
TECLES DIFERENCIA-
LES de I 2, 1 y 2
toneladas, con sus
carros-guias.
TORNOS MECNICOS
RICARDO A. MIRO,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este #4
Tls.: 2-3335 y 2-2988.
"Vendemos barato para
vender ms."
SE ALQUILAN;Tres .locles pro-
pios pora oficinas. Precios razo-
nables, en los altos de I casa No.
85. de Avenida B. cerco o la
Aduana Nocional. Tel. 2-1032, Sr.
Carreras.
MISCELNEA
Taxi Internacional. El mejor servicio
a domicilio. Tor if a oficial. Llme-
lo telfono 2-2224.
SE VENDl: hect.irra I ,352 nM
tros de terreno, tombin 1 cosito
y rboles frutales en Rio Abajo,
se oceptan ofertos. Coso en Son
Francisco con 500 metros, hipote-
ca de 4.000. Precio B7.500. Lotes
en Parque Lefevre a plazos, B.2.25:
B.2 50; B.3.00 por M2. Contado
I0cj descuento. Lime Co Rep-
blica de Construcciones Avenida
Central 141 altos. Tel. 2-2587.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Remolcador (trailer), 2
ruedas, B.C0.00; plonchadoro elc-
trico, B .45 00. Calle Jardn de
Paz. Porque Lefevre. cholet verde
SE VENDE
Artculo*) de (lasa
SE VENDE:Maquino de lavar en
buenos condiciones. Barata. Ave
Chile No. 25. Apto. 3.
SE VENDE'Juegos completos paro
casa, solo, comedor, recmaros,
refrigerodoro, estufo, etc. Llamar
al 2-2511.
SE VENDE:Gongo. motivo viaje
Juego sola. comedor, recmara.
Calle 46 No. 19. Apto. I. Tel. 3-
3392.
tC VENDE:Estufa elctrica General
Electric, 3 quemadores y horno, 3
meses de uso. Llame al telfono
2-3008.
SE VENDE:Aloceno cocino, alace-
na esquinera, oltombras. sillas de
mimbre, botiqun, persianas vene-
S'anos. Miscelnea, Playa Coln
)1.
SE VENDE
Botes v Motores
VENDO:Dos motores marinos, pa-
ra embarcaciones de 40 a 45 pies.
especiales para embarcaciones
pesqueras, informarse Tel. No. 2-
2277, o Avenida Central No. 1,
SE VENDE:Carro Plymouth Sedan
1938 en B. 178.00. Llontas nuevas.
Ocurra Control 81.
SE VENDE:Panel Ford 41 en bue-
SE ALQUILA
Gasas
SE ALQUILA:Cholet tres recmo-
ras y amplios comodidades. Calle
43 No. 25.
as conduiones, $175.00, llame,
ol 2-3458.
SE VENCE:Automvil Buick Special
1948 en muy buenas condiciones.
4 llontas nuevas, radio, recin pin-
todo. Mueblera Tun. Telfono
3-0048. Ponam.
SE ALQUILA
Guarios
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado,
hombre solo de buenas costumbres.
Calle 6a. No. 19. ltimo piso.
SE ALQUILA:2 cuartos grandes y
frescos, pora caballero sob o se-
orita solo. Llamar al 2-2511.
JE VENDE:Juego sola. alfombro
lona tejido a mono, juego come-
dor caobo, completo, juego uten-
silios de plata Community, para
doce; juego completo recmara
caobo, con como doble v colchn
con spring con resortes, estufa
Tappon 4 quemadores v horno
refrigeradora Norqe 8 pies, calen-
tador de gas Hofstream. Tel 3.-
0543, Panam.
SE ALQUILA: Cuartos amplios,
frente ol mor. Excelente vecinda-
rio. Inmediato Estacin FVjses No
5 primera escalera. Plazo 2 de
Enero. .
SE ALOUILA- Cuorto omoblado.
paro una persona, entrodo sepo-
rado. oarage. Calle 46 No. 27,
Apt.. 18.
SE VENDEN CAMIONES: 1 GMC
5 toneladas, modelo 1947. exce-
lentes condiciones; 1 GMC 2 1-2
toneladas, tipo armada. 10 rue-
das, modelo 1942; 1 Internacio-
nal. 2 1-2 toneladas modelo 1947
chossis largo; I Internacional 2
1-2 toneladas, modelo 1947 chas-
sis corto 1 Mack. 5 toneladas,
modelo 1947, excelentes condicio-
nes. Solicitor informes llamando
al telfono 2-0610.
CalentWo de la
Liga i* VolM
de la Universidad
AGOSTO
i_FrJ"narln VS Aclm Public?
s_r^ Purp vs Medleln*
ii_vii'<"-(fl
12C. Pura.- vs Adm. Pblica
CARTON PARA CIELORASOS
"SIMPSON BOARD''
4' x 8'
4* x 10'
4* x 12'
.2.24 hoja
2.80 "
3.36 "
EL GUILA
Calle "M" final
Tel. 2-2121
Sin nombrar an
tniilf. fuentes allegadas al te-I
or J. r. Guiado, oulen ettn-
vo c.nferenclandn esta maana
con el Presidente de la Rerut-;
bllca. ''Tlicaron que ste ha-
bla pedido al Presidente Aro-
semena que nombrara a cuales-
culera de los diputados del par-
tido.
Nuevo Director
enca el cargo de Encartado
del Departamento para el cual
se le ha nombrado ahora en
propiedad, hacindole justicia.
El nombramiento de lo cole-
tas Torriios v Cupas, ha sido
muy bien recibido en todos ios
retores del periodismo nacional,
por conocer ambos todos los n-
gulos del ramo publicitario y
-ontar con sjrandes simpatas en
lo* circulo* periodsticos.
No encontraremos
azucarera: Raimundo Ortega
Vleto, fbricas de ropa; An-
tonio Qramunt, lavanderas;
Carlos O. Muller, confites y ga-
lletas; Enrique Alberto de la
Ossa, aceites y productos slmlr
lares; Edmundo Molino, ener-
ga elctrica; Jorge I. Cont,
cemento; Francisco J. Fbrega,
espectculos pblicos; Guiller-
mo Quijano, talleres, imprentas,
etc.; Ramn E. Mora, licores;
Rogelio Rodriguez, transportes e
industrias varas; Ramn Jim-
nez, bebidas gaseosas y Juan
Pascual, industrias de panifi-
cacin.
Los conceptos expuestos por
el Licenciado Rogelio Rodriguez
al tomar posesin de la Presi-
dencia del Sindicato de Indus-
triales son los siguientes:
Agradezco la distincin que
me han dispensado mis com-
paeros, al elegirme presiden-
te del Sindicato de Industria-
les de Panam, honor al que
yo sabr corresponder, traba-
jando intensamente por el en-
grandecimiento y la expansin
industrial de la Repblica, se-
guro de que con esa labor se ha
de beneficiar la Nacin entera.
Soy un convencido de que ei
bus no encontrar el camino
de su restauracin econmica
ciennitlva mientras no cambie
aquella mentalidad canalera y
1 pro-lurisllca que mantiene en
suspenso el destino de la Re-
publica, pendiendo de factores
invisibles a, los cuales atribu-
yen un papel mucho mas im-
poiianu de lo que en realidad
tienen.
Corresponde a esta genera-
cin acelerar el ritmo de nues-
tra evolucin hacia la inde-
pendencia econmica de la Re-
publica, afianzando nuestra es-
tructura sobre la produccin,
factor fundamental de la ri-
queza de un pais, abriendo nue-
vos cauces a la ocupacin es-
table de nuestra colectividad,
desvindolos de la burocracia
onerosa y librndonos de los
seuelos desqulcladores que li-
mitan nuestro progreso y pros-
per.dad.
Digo que corresponde a esta
generacin esa tarea, poique
considero que ha adquirido una
gran deuda con la posteridad,
al interceptar su legado, para
cancelar deudas que nos per-
miten ampliar nuestro crdito,
aumentando no obstante la
deuda nacional, y por lo tanto,
dtuemos invertir parte sustan-
ci. de nuestros recursos en el
loi.icnto de la produccin na-
cional, como medio para una
vina mejor y mas estable, que
podrn disfrutar las generado-
ntc venideras, de no ser asi.
n.iestra actitud no tendr ni
siquiera en su defensa un ate-
nuante.
Afortunadamente estamos pre-
senciando un nuevo despertar
de la mentalidad econmica en
la Repblica, las experiencias
amargas nos han obligado a
ello, y afortunadamente, tam-
bin, locan nuestra puerta los
misioneros del punto cuarto del
Plan Truman, elementos estos
que debemos aprovechar y po-
nerles en marcha rpidamen-
te para lograr verdaderos a-
vanecs en nuestro desarrollo
econmico''.
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
Misinos ESPEJOS
Duran Mas Lucen Mejor
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Kit No. 4 Ttl. 2-2MO
Felpa Mineralizada
Roja y Verde
Felpa Negra
de 15 y 30 lbs.
Clavos de Zinc
Balanzas 'Detecto'
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con SO velan de fuer? de lu? blanca
moderna. Permanece encendida 50
horas por 1 salon de kerosene. Toma
M'r de AIRE v solamente %% de
KKKOSKNK. Completamente segura-
no explota ni necesita generador ni
bomba No produce humo ni malo*
olores E* tan sencilla que un nio
puede prenderla Nunca vista en Pa-
nama a frecio tan Bajo
por slo... B .9.95
Tenemos lodo lo Repunto*'.
De Venta en lorias Ian r KKRl.'l r.KIAS
y MUEBLERAS.
Distribuidores:
W0NG CHANO, S. A.
Colon Calle ( i Ave. Balboa
Tel 3*3.
Panaasa. A\e Central M
Tel. 2-2087
u
No se ven indicios
punto de vista". Entonces, el je-
fe de la delegacin comunista,
General Nam 11, reiter su de-
manda de que la zona neuiral
sea establecida a lo largo del
Paralelo 38 la vieja frontera en-
tie Corea del Sur y la Coca
comunista.
Un portavoz de la delegacin
de las Naciones Unidas dijo ave
no vela indicios de una frmula
conciliatoria pero agreg "!as cosas pueden que camban
drsticamente dentro de poco-
No digo sto en una forma pe-
simista ni optimista'.
El portavoz dijo que el Gene-
ral Nam 11 tom muchas notas
durante la declaracin de Joy
y que el Almirante, por su par-
te, ley varias veces algunos pa-
.-jes de su declaraclh para a-
,-larar la "pregunta retrica' de
Nam II.
El Almirante Joy pidi un re-
ceso a las 12:55 pero Nam II
pidi la palabra para leer su
declaracin que fu preparara
tan a la carrera que no hubo
tiempo para que los intrpretes
comunistas tuvieran la traduc-
cin lista de antemano.
El General Nuckols, de las Na-
ciones Unidas, dijo que el Genc-
al Nam II se mostr impaciente
mientras los intrpretes tradu-
can su declaracin.
Di.io Nuckols que no podia co-
mentar la posibilidad de que les
tic leu a d os se saltaran el puni
de la zona neutral y pasara.; a
tiiscutir los otros puntos de la
agenda antes de llegar a un a-
cuerdo sobre dicha zona.
WASHINGTON, Julio 31 CUP)
El presidente de la Comuin
de Energa Atmica Nacional,
Gordon Dean, revel que se ^s-
.du preparando nuevas pruebes
atmicas pero rehus dcolr
cundo o dnde tendrn luaar.
Dean se limit a decir que las
pruebas podran realizarse en
Enlwetok en el Pacifico o en la
Llanura del Francs" en el de-
sierto de Nevada o en "al0n
otro lugar"-
El Presidente de la Comisin
rehus tambin hacer declara-
ciones sobre Informes de que
ste ao s haba proyectado
'vereallzar la prueba de la at.:.i
ea "subterrnea' en las Aleutia-
nas, pero que posteriormente se
cancelaron los planes. Sin em-
bargo, admiti que "en un Mo-
mento u otro hemos pensado en
realizar sas pruebas en virtual*
mente todos los rincones del
globo".
Dean manifest que ningn
re las pruebas atmicas non:a-,
n.ericanas ha sido un fracaso y
que todas las armas probaca*
han "estallado".
Un periodista pregunt a
Dean sobre los Informes de que'
Gran Bretaa ha pedido que so'
le permita utilizar la zona do|
pruebas de Enlwetok para p.o-
bar su primera bomba atmica.
Dean contest que "si lo han'
pedido no lo han hecho por i: -
termedlo de la Comisin". S( *f
al que para ello habra qu
modificar las disposiciones le*
gales en vigor que prohi^-ri
cualquier clase de cooperacin
en el terreno atmico con pul* i
sts extranjeros j
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Calibre 26
Protesta el Renovador
yo, el rgimen del Presidente
don Alcibiades Arosemena, que
representaba el orden constitu-
cional. La opinin pblica de-
mandaba en esos momentos un
gobierno de tipo nacional en
que estuvieran representados
todos los partidos que se ha-
ban opuesto a la instauracin j
de la dictadura, como el paso'
ms acertado para devolver al,
pais la paz y la confianza que
M haba perdido. En ese es-1
fuerzo de concordia particip i
el. partido Renovador y fue asi
como por medio de uno de sus
miembros, el partido tuvo re-;
presentacin en el gabinete de ;
un gobierno que naci, no por
la emocin, cario o simpata
dp un pueblo hacia el nuevo |
mandatario, sino como un ac-
cidente que el orden constitu-
cional encontraba a su paso. En
el nuevo gobierno, consecuen-
tes con la norma trazada de
cordura, de concordia y de equi-
dad, tratamos al travs1 de
nuestro representante de devol-
verle a los panameos la fe y
la confianza, y de echar las ba-
ses de una nueva estructura
econmica que nos permitiera
afrontar con los elementos ne-
cesarios, as dificultades econ-
micas que ya empezamos a sen-
tir y que afectan, en mayor o
menor grado, a todas las regio-
nes del mundo.
' A pesar de lo trascendental
de la. hora, de los serlos pro-
blemas que precisa resolver,
empez a desarrollarse en el
! nuevo rgimen la poltica sor-
; da de la Intriga, de loS chls-
i mes de familiares, ntimos y
! favoritos, que piensan que sus
; nexos con el seor Arosemena
, son titulo suficiente para dls-
! frutar de las mas Jugosas po-
siciones del gobierno, y en el
mismo mandatario ha ido co-
brando fuerza la creencia ge-
neralizada de que si no se
ayuda a los parientes e nti-
mos cuando se est en el po-
I der cundo es que se les ha
; de ayudar? La lealtad franca
: del Renovador y nuestra Ig-
norancia o. desconocimiento de
las artes del palaciego fue
| creando en la mente del seor
Arosemena un complejo suma-
mente difcil de destruir, el cual
tuvo su explosin o brote con-
creto hoy, tomndose como pre-
texto una circular que la Co-
misin Organizadora de la pe-
regrinacin a la tumba de don
Francisco Arlas Paredes, envi
a todas las agrupaciones poli-
ticas y cvicas de la Capital,
entre las cuales estaba uno de
los dos sectores en que se ha
fraccionado el Partido Revolu-
cionarlo Autntico, la fraccin
que preside el seor Francisco
Jos Linares. Esta circular dio
asidero al seor Presidente pa-
ra que con premura digna de
ms noble causa, solicitara al
H. D. Victor Navas, Ministro en
el Gabinete por el Partido Re-
novador, que le presentara re-
nuncia* del cargo. Consecuente
con la norma de decencia y
de respeto trazadas, el Minis-
tro Navas present al seor
Presidente una gentil renuncia
redactada en el tono ms con-
ciliador. La respuesta del Pre-
sidente de la Repblica apare-
cida en la prensa de la tarde,
como un comunicado de le Pre-
sidencia, por lo descomedido y
grosero, os obliga, muy a nues-
tro pesar, a comentar, (que no
lo habamos hecho) lo que all
se declara. Habla el seor A-
rosemena con un gran calor de
la gloriosa gesta de mayo, de
los postulados de la jomada de
la familia panamea. Incurre
el Presidente en el error de
creer que l encarna la jorna-
da de mayo. No seor Presi-
dente, el pueblo panameo lo
escogi porque era usted nor el
imperio de la ley, la solucin
menos violenta a la situacin
creada con motivo de la de-
posicin del doctor Arias Ma* .
drld. Pero usted, usufructuario)
connotado del rgimen que a*
cababa de caer; usted que h; *
bria firmado sin vacilacin a- *
guna el decreto de derogator. |
de la Constitucin, segn pueua
desprenderse de sus declarado- '
nes para "Avance"; usted qua
ya en el poder no ha omitido
esfuerzo y maa para conservar
a su lado a muchos de loa
mayores culpables de lo que Pa-
nam entero repudi en et'i
memorable Jornada, entre ellos,
a muchos que defendieron har-'
ta el ltimo instante al r%.-
men depuesto. Usted, de nin-
guna manera, puede encarnar |
la gesta de mayo.
Todos los aos el Partido Re-
novador cumple con el rito de
llevar a la tumba de su fun-
dador, don Francisco Arlas Pa-
redes, una sentida manifesta-
cin de cario al Jefe desapi -
recldo e invita a sumarse a es* -
te homenaje postumo a todri*i
los panameos, a todos los pa
tidos, a todas las socid^de-,
porque consideramos que, hor-
rando a sus varones disngu -
dos. se fortalece el sentlmien 3
patrio. En el caso de la peregr.-
nacln de hoy, el Partido R'
novador habra incurrido el
una injustificable descortesis,
al no invitar a cualquiera c
los grupos polticos conocidos.
Pero usted que pertenece < a- a
vieja escuela y que por perte-
necer, no se da cuenta de que
el objeto de la riqueza es el
bien social, temeroao sin dudn
alguna de que Invitar al pue-
blo a que acte, es amenazal
los intereses de su camstrllla. -i
ha lanzado por el terreno pe-
ligroso de la Imposicin y .a
coaccin poltica y se ha hecM
reo de la palabra empeada.
Razn tienen los que piensan
que ha perdido la fe pblica'.
El lder nacionalista
rldad. Dentro y fuera del edlf!-
"lo del Tribunal se sita, i ti
guardias de Policas y se proufc*
bi el paso por delante del ed'
flcl-
La defensa pregunt a ca"a
lurado si era "puertorrequeo o
norteamericano". Es decir, si es-
taban en favor de la indepen-
dencia o alguna clase de union
permanente con Estados Unidosi
La mayora dijo ser norte&jr.^-
ilcanos o pronorteamerlcanos pa
ro todos prometieron absoluta
imparcialidad. La defensa sjio
acept a seis.
Magnfica funcin
celebra el jueves
el Boxeo Amateur
El prximo jueves contina la
Comisin de Boxeo Amateur
con la presentacin de los .pro-
gramas preliminares para esco-
cer a la delegacin de pugilis-
tas que competir en los Jue-
gos Deportivos Bolivarlanos.
El programa que se celebrar!
es el siguiente: '
Juan Moreno vs G. Villarreal
120 Usa*
Luis Diaz vs Vctor Asprilut
114 libras
A. Lawrenee va Vicente Rala
120 libras
E. Grimas vs los Mendoza
118 libras
Totv Elias vs Rubn Andradc
105 libras
Sustitutos
Jess Ramos vs Joan Chacn
E. Taylor vs E. Torreglosa
agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
3 *"
1"
1-14"
1-1 4"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
1-3/4"
NGULOS
x 3
4" 1/ 8"
1" 3/16"
1/ 8"
3 16"
3/16"
1/ 4"
1/ 8"
20'
20"
20"
20'
20'
20'
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
Tal. 2-2121


MARTES. JO.IO 31. 1931
It FANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETE
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
r\eda
ccin
Social
de EL PANAMA.AMERICA
Telfono 3-1M9 HORAS: 8:0 a 10:0 a.m. Apartado 1S4
gos por el feliz arribo de su pri-
mognita, ocurrido el domingo
en la Clnica San Fernando.
Recibo
El Comandante del 15o. Dis-
trito Naval. .Contraalmirante
Albert M. Bledsoe y seora de
Bledsof, han enviado invitacio-
nes para un recibo que tendr
lugar maana mircoles lo. de
Agosto de 5.40 p.m. a 7.30 p.m.
en el Edificio "A" de la Base
Naval
Agasajo
El seor William Boyd ofre-
cer esta noche en su residen-
cia en La Cresta un simptico
agasajo en honor de la seorita
Marlela D'Onofrio. quien proce-
$A@*A@jA
Tengo que acabar
con l pronto!
Porque tengo que ir a
Suscribirme al
incomparable
CLUB de RADIOS
RCA VICTOR
SOLO 35 SEMANAS
a cuotas tan mnima
como B '. 1.00 semanal.
Panam Radio
Corporation
Avenida Central No. 29
Tela.: 2-2566 y 2-3364.
dente de los Estados Unidos en
viaje hacia Lima, se encuentra
de visita en nuestra capital.
Cumpleaos
Con motivo del cumpleaos
de su hijo David, el seor I.
Roberto Eisenmann y seora
Vanessa F. de Eisenmann, ofre-
cieron ayer una fiesta Informal
en la piscina de su residencia
a la cual asisti un pequeo
grupo de amistades del agasa-
jado.
Cumpleaos
El doctor Luis Vallarlno y se-
ora Marcela D. de Vallarlno,
agasajaron a su hijo Luisito el
domingo en la tarde con una
animada fiesta infantil en .;u
residencia.
Para Europa
Grato paseo le deseamos al
seor Mario Galindo y seora
Mara Teresa M. de Galindo,
quienes siguieron para Europa
a bordo del Vapor Marco Polo.
Para Colombia
Despedimos al seor Jaime
de la Guardia Jr., quien sigui
esta maana por la via area
pa Medellin, en donde partici-
para en el Torneo Abierto de
Golf del Club Campestre de
Medellin. Le deesamos muchos
xitos.
saludamos al Sr. Warren J.
Bennett, aerate de la Divisin
del Sur de la United Fruit en
New Orleans, y a la seora de
Bennett, quienes regresaron de
Costa Rica y se encuentran hos
pedados en el Hotel El Panam
en donde pasarn varios das
antes de seguir viaje a New
Orleans, lugar de su residencia.
De Cuba
Grata estada le deseamos a
la seora Piedad de Pedro
quien lleg de La Habana, con
el fin de pasar unos das visi-
tando a sus hijos, seor Carlos
Guillermo Muller y seora Gla-
dys Pedro de Muller.
De los Estados Unidos
Saludamos cordialmente al
Joven Henrique A. Arango,
quien lleg anoche de Miami
con el fin de pasar la tempora-
da de vacaciones visitando a
sus familiares.
De Centro Amrica
Presentamos un cordial salu-
do de bienvenida a la seora
Joya de Molino, esposa de 8.E.
el Ministro de Relaciones Exte-
riores, seor Ignacio Molino Jr.,
a la seora Mara de Lourdes
Snchez, esposa del Embajador
de Nicaragua en Panam, se-
or Eloy Snchez, a la seora
Gabriela B. de Maher y a la
seora Edlth de Nason, quie-
nes regresaron de su corto
viaje a Managua, Nicaragua.
Gran Festival en el
Club Unin
El viernes 3 de Agosto, tendr
lugar en el Club Unin un Fes-
tival Informal organizado por
el Comit Pro-Asilo de Nuestra
Seora del Club Interamerlca-
no de Mujeres. El Preclo.de la
entrada slo costar B.1.00 y
dar derecho a un lindo premio
de entrada. Los boletos estarn
a la venta en Dagmar. Bazar
Francs, Librera Morrison y en
el Hotel El Panam.
Advenimiento
Felicitamos muy sinceramen-
te al seor Francisco J. Mora-
les Jr., y seora Mercedes Ger-
baud de Morales por el feliz
advenimiento de una preciosa
nllta ocurrido en la Clnica
San Fernando.
"BERNARDO"
Se pon* la arden df an Dhlln-
Kulda Clientela en su Salon dt
Rellera en el Edificio Castilla da
Oro al lado del Hotel F.l r.n.m.
Tel. 1-4740
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Csar Burgos y se-
ora Rebeca Quintero de Bur-
Abandonan el Hospital
Acompaada de su recin na-
cida se encuentra de nuevo en
su residencia la seora Argelia
de Velasquez. Una vez ms la
felicitamos.
Enferma
Pronto restablecimiento le
deseamos a la seora Gloria
Franco de Soto, quien desde
hace varios das guarda cama
en su residencia.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Hilda Vallarlno de Mer-
cer.
Sra. Maggie Quijano de Fer-
nndez.
Sra. Flor Emilia Rivas de Oroz-
co.
Sr. Miguel Guillermo De Roux
Nia Itzel Edith Veliz
"LOS OCHO SENTENCIADOS"
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Gabriela de la Guardia
de Lpez.
Sra. Angela Lassen de Qas-
perl
Dr. Augusto S. Boyd.
Sr. Aquilino A. Vallarlno
Sr. Rafael Vallarlno
Srta. Mara Teresa Fbrega.
Nia Lucila Dubols de la
Guardia.
Nia Emita Benedettl.
Nio Carlos A. Ehrman de la
Lastra.
Agasajo
Para- celebrarle el cumple-
aos de su hija, Gloria Loyola
Ortiz S. sus padres han prepa-
rado para esta tarde un buffet
en su residencia donde los aml-
gultos de Gloria Loloya podrn
pasar un rato de alegra. Para
ella nuestras felicitaciones y
desearle xito en su porvenir.
Sociales de Coln
el nio Pablo agregamos las
nuestras muy sinceras.
[lama n El Panam Amrica?

2-0740
Festival en el Club
de Extranjeros
Auspiciado por el Club de
Leones de Coion, se lie v ai i. a
cabo el sbado 4 de agosto un
festival bailable en los salones
del Club de Extranjeros a be-
neficio de la Cruz Roja. Todos
estn cordialmente invitados.
/AH, QUE BUENO
y que bueno
para Ud. tambin!
Deliciosos y fortificantes
HOJttAS PE AVENA 3-M1NUT0S
Fn iodo el mundo loa nios prefieren las
Hoj uelas de Avena 3-Minutos. Y es asom-
broso lo mucho que a ellos les gusta su
sabor. Srvalas y ver.
Luego srvale usltd tambin un plato
de tan alimenticio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que son estas suculentas hojuelas
de avena, maduradas al sol y de rico sabor
a nuez, que tanto estimulan el apetito.
Sirva usted maana a toda la familia un
plato de Hojuelas de Avena .(Minutos
el manjar univeraalmente preferido
para el desayuno.
y7c
Una radiante sonrisa
da confianza a la mujer..
... y para descubrir a sus
dientes ese esplendor...
para ayudar s conservarlos
sanos ... y dar frescura
ala boa...
>sfi
\tc.8*
4
PffL/X

SUCURSAL en la Avenida Tvoli
2o. DA DE
VENTA ANIVERSARIO
CON NIEVA MERCANCA A LA VENTA!
Capotes de Seoras- precio regular 2.95 Ahora 1.95
con capucha, correa y bolsa
en todos tamaos y colore
Capotes de iflas precio regular 2.25 Ahora 1.50
con capucha, correa y bolsa
regular 4.50 Ahora 3.50
Paraguas de Seoras
n rayn
Finos Paraguas de Nylon regular 7.95 Ahora 5.95
Nuevas Rebajas en TRAJES DE NOCHE
VENTAS AL CONTADO
. NO SE ADMITEN CAMBIOS NI DEVOLUCIONES
FELIX B. MADURO, S.A.
SUCURSAL SOLAMENTE
Avenida Tivoli No. 6 Aire-Acondicionado
enfrente al Correo de Ancn ABIERTO DESDE las 9 a.m.
fl p.m. y durante 1
medioda. -
"Los Ocho Sentenciados" o-
frecen a los espectadores el
ms complicado cocktail de
emociones que sea dado con-
cebir.
Es una stira sobre el cri-
men que tan pronto hace ex-
perimentar escalofros de terror,
como arranca sonoras carca-
jadas.
"Los Ocho Sentenciados" re-
lata con fino humorismo la
historia de un joven noble per-
teneciente a la familia D'Ascoy-
ne, pero cuya madre fue re-
chazada por stos por haberse
casado con un cantante Italia-
no. Cuando ella muere y le nie-
gan el permiso en el mausoleo de la familia.
Louis que ha crecido conven-
cido de que puede llegar a
heredar el ducado de Chelfont.
jura matar a todos los D As-
coyne hasta quedar l en po-
sesin del titulo.
El papel del elegante y cinl-
co asesino lo representa con,
mucha propiedad Dermis Price,.
Alec Guinness tiene a su car-
go ocho papeles. Caracteriza a I
todas los miembros de la fa-
'Dolores de Espalda,
Nervioso y Dolores
en las Coyunteras!
HI cuerpo humano M deshsre dal
axreao da cidos y deaperdlcloe vene-
aoana da la aangra, por medio da loa
nueva millonea de diminuios tubos o
flltroa da loerlflonea. 81 eatoa venenoa
do loa rlftonee o la vejlfa, lo hacen
aufrlr ron levantada* nocturna, ner-
viosidad, dolores de piernas, oleras,
lumbago, doloren de laa coyunturaa,
cides o ardor en loa conductos, de-
bido a 1* necesidad de estimulante
diurtico, pruebe Cysts.
Deebffase del cido drlco* y loa
veneno* con la receta mdica llamada
Cystex. que es un diurtico eetlmii-
lante de loa rones y paliativo para
la Irritacin funcional de Ja vejiga y
vfaa orinarlas en estado de acides
Cystex aatlafarera. a usted complete.
mente y aera, la medicina que uated
necesita. Pida Cyatex hoy mame
en au far-
macia fay
lenta
milla D'Ascoyne. En los pape-
les femeninos principales apa-
recen Valerie Hobson y Joan
Greenwood, ambas estrellas de
gran talento y belleza.
"Los Ocho Sentenciados" es
una presentacin de J. Arthur
Rank que distribuye Universal;
International y se exhibir en
el Teatro Bella Vista hoy y.
maana.
BSCttHS. i l'l vysivA Sil
..Cystex
"VENGA A LA FIESTA
VESTIDO COMO QUIERA"
len overoles corbata
blancal
Concur* de baile
Baile de competencia entre
papas hijos
Juejos
Premios
Diversiones para toda la
familia!
VIERNES AGOSTO 3
CLUB UNION
7:30 p.m.
Cortesa del Comit Pro-Asilo
de Nuestra Seora del Club
Intei americano de Mujeres.
BOLETOS A LA VENTA en:
Dagmar Bazar Francs
Hotel Panam Morrison
Club Interamericano de
Mujeres e A la puerta del
Club Unin.
OTOS
GRIPAS
CATARROS,
PECToflL san onoEs

LABORATORIOS
ZOILO RUIZ A. & CA.
ADORNE MAS SUS POSTRES
i
(El Ssersto es IPAKA)
Su5onrissine.eo0)lust,
lpana
pues limpia
mucho mejor!
Y por su sabor diferente,
mis grato ms refrescante .
usted preferir siempre la
Pasta Dental lpana. sela hoy!
Recuerde: tn la prevencin
da laa carica ningn denti
trico ha podido probar tai
mi i afielante que Ipe ,e.
UN REGALO PARA UD.
LA CUCHARA DE SC0TT
De Plstico Duradero
en Coloros Hermosos
SENSACIONAL BARATILLO


Comenzando Agosto 1*
"en
NOVEDADES GATEN0
m Casa re la Novia Elegante
104 Ave. Central
Hemos recibido miles de yarda en tela
de Sedas, Rayones y Algodones. Ade-
ms un surtido en ropa interior para
Seora que sern sacrificados en pre-
cio en nuestro Sensacional Baratillo.
ISO DEJE DE VISITARNOS
|GRATISI Pida el paquete grande de
Emulsin de Scott conteniendo una
cuchara linda. Obtenible en leis
atractivos colores. Y entonces d a
u familia todos los diat este tnico
alimenticio, rico en vitamina* y pre-
parado cientficamente. Es recomen-
dado por muchos mdicos. Pronto
L'd. veri a su familia mas fuerte y en
mejor salud.
&* EMULSION de SCOT!
Tnico Alimenticio de Alta Energa
P'oeUiio BruiW Mn-
con verdadera
CREMA PARA BATIR I
Usted e maravillar de la rapidez con que
endurece la crema Avoiet de pura leche de
vaca ... r de cmo permanece firme horas
y horas.
Primoroso y apetecible batido de crema
; ; Crema Avoset para Batir, de pura y
fresca leche de vaca ... lo mejor para
pasteles, bizcochos y budines. Tambin
deliciosa con cocoa o chocolate. Use la
botella econmica de casi un litro para
fiestas.
Prueba tambin lo Crema AVOSfT de
Meo ett el cafe, eon cereales y frutas.
8
^frflw,
CREMA DE LECHE
ESTERILIZADA
PaAa ZaiiA.
AVOSET
c*wu MworriLAOA out u conswva o *mts
1 Detiene rpidamente, sin peligro, el sudor.
2 Hace desaparecer inmediatamente el olor
del sudor.
I Le ofrece completa proleccin de uno a
tren liaa.
4 No irrita la piel normalpuede usarla
a diario.


5 No mancha ni daa la rope.
Nunca se seca ni se pone arenosa, como loa
desodorante* ordinario*.
7 No e* grasosa, e desvanece como "cold
cream".
.'.*^.
Wt-
Mi/ion ODO ROO
El desodorante sin por



r*rv frnn
H. PANAMA AMERICA BTARIO INDEPRNniKNTt"'
I
MARTES. JULIO SI. 1W1
Centenario, Pelimex y
Hoy Su Opcin En El
Pepsicola
Basketball
Canad vs. Gray el
partido de hoy en
la usa de Barraza
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de Barraza
G. P. Pje.
Cuela............5 .'H
Dep. Cmpt ....... 4 3 .571
Dep. Vallarino ......... 4 4 .5*0
Dep. Cray .........4 4 .500
Dep. Miranda ......4 4 .MU
Mendoza .......... 2 6 .2\
La contienda de Baseball de
la Liga de Barraza prosigue
es:a tarde en el cuadro del mis-
mo nombre con el choque entre
los equipos Canad y Depor-
tivo Gray.
Loa canadienses tratan hoy
de alejarse'de sus rivales pero
La Confederacin De Base
Ball Del Caribe Se Rene
Aqu El Prximo Viernes
El prximo vlernei en la ma-
ana se reunir en esta ciudad
la Confederacin de Baseball
del Caribe con Representacio-
nes de diferentes Ligas Profe-
sionales de pases de norteam-
rica y del Caribe.
El Programa preparado para
esta sesiones, donde se tratarn
asuntos de gran importancia
asi como la Celebracin del
Cuarto Campeonato en Panam
est confeccionado de la si-
guiente manera:
CONFEDERACIN DE BASE
BALL DEL CARIBE
el Dep Gray luchar para me- Programa de la reunin Pre-
Jorar su colocacin y opcin. liminar de la VI Serie
del Caribe
Viernes, 3 de Agosto de 1951.
Hora: 9.30 am. Lugar: Hotel
El PanamSesin Inaugural
de la Confederacin del Caribe.
Bienvenida a los Delegados por
I Ral Arango N. Presidente di
I la Confederacin del Caribe.
Palabras del seor Robert L.
, Finch, representante de la Na-
tional Association. Informe de
la Tesorera de la Confedera-
cin. Informes de la Liga Pro-
fesional de Baseball de Panam.
Lo que propongan los Delega-
dos.
El Granillo busca
hoy mejorar opcin
en el base de 5. Rila
Las Sub-Campeones del Gra-
nillo, reaparecen lioy en el Es-
tadio Olimplco. en Juego con-
tra los Dragones a las 4.00 p.m.
para continuar el torneo del
Circuito Mayor de la Liga de
Santa Rita de Baseball.
El Granillo solamente ha po-
dido ganar dos partidos y stos
han sido a costa del Frente Pa-
tritico, ha empatado dos ve-
ces frente a los lderes- del Az-
teca y las dos derrotas han si-
do a consecuencia de los Dra-
gones: los granllleros buscan
hoy mantener la oportunidad
de disputar la primera coloca-
cin v colorarse deirrs de lo'
Hora: 12 mVisita a Su Ex-
celencia, el Presidente de la
Repblica.
Hora: 1 p.m.Almuerzo en el
Hotel El Panam.
Sbado, 4 de Agosto de 1951.
Hora: 9.30 a.m.Lugar: Hotel
El Panam:Segunda sesin
de la Confederacin del Caribe.
Consideracin sobre Ingreso de
Colombia y Mxico, a la Confe-
deracin del Caribe. Discusin
sobre la celebracin del Cuarto
Campeonato en Panam, R. de
P. Ponencias de otros pases.
Lo que propongan los Delega-
dos.
Hora: 12.30 p.m.Buffet en el
Golf Club.
Domingo, 5 de Agosto de 1951.
Hora: 7.30 a.m. Lugar: Hotel
El Panam:Ultima sesin de
la Confederacin del Caribe que
se celebrar en la Isla de Ta-
boga.
NOTA:Para esta sesin re-
comendamos los vestidos de ba-
o.
Las oficinas de la Liga Pro-
fesional de Panam estn si-
tuadas en la planta baja del
edificio "Chesterfield".Telfo-
no 2-0835 y 2-C838.Apartado
157. Panam.
Se Juegan
De 2a Cal.
>
Estos partidos han
provocado los ms
variados comentarios
BASKETBALL DE SEGUNDA
Categora
Provincia de Panam
Circuito Masculino
Estado de los Equipos
Grupo
"GRINGO DE LA GUARDIA"
G P Pts.
ptica Sosa .... 7
Futra y Lu .. 6
Pelimex......4
Rebeldes......4
Cela........4
Alemn Jr.....2
Eva Pern .. ..2
Orion.........1
1
2
:i
3
2
S
5
1.000
.857
.800
.750
.754
.500
.286
.167
JUEGOS DE HOY
PELIMEX vs ORION
6.45 pm.
LEFEVRE vs CENTENARIO
7.30 p.m.
RODELAG ts PEPSI-COLA
Por BETO TEJADA
La justa de segunda catego-
ra del Basketball Masculino te
reanuda esta noche en el Gim-
nasio Nacional con tres parti-
dos.
PELIMEX ts ORION
En el encuentro tratar' el
Pelimex de lograr su clasifica-
cin definitiva, y lo lograr si
vence a sus rivales del Orion,
equipo ste que esta eliminado
en su totalidad di la opcin de
ir a la serle final.
LEFEVRE vs CENTENARIO
En este segundo choque el
Centenario tiene que lograr el
triunfo para seguir mantenien
do su opcin al derecho de Ir
a la serie final. Sus contrarios
de esta fecha ya estn ellmi-
. en Ortega >"7a ofensiva" opor- i sldente deTa "Federacin, seor cales en la Federacin, asi co- nados, pero esDeran ofrecer un
tuna de Salas. Agulrre y Arias; I Francisco Ditrani, fu aproba- rao reglamentar entradas aran Juego a los del Centena-
la direccin de los Dragones | da, y se pondr er. vigor en las de dinero para levantar y man- rio;
romo tienen la medida de los prximas series de las Ligas tener un fondo para cumplir ,
granilleros colorarn su mejor I Provinciales. con las obligaciones que el caso RODELAG ts PEPSI-COLA
linea de bateadores. La Federacin Iniciar una requiere. En este juego, el nico que
, i campaa sobre este asunto, de La prxima reunin de la Fe- mantiene oocln a la serie fl-
Los granilleros probablemen-
te escojan a Mingo Urea y los
Se Terminarn Los Nombres
Comerciales En Los Equipos
De Ftbol De Cualquier Cat.
Uno de los primeros pasos que orma debida a su respectivo
Dragones ron' un iueeo de dlfe- ha tomado la directiva de la, Circuito, para su debido recono-
nc'i en e I ""u"clo -jumio .Federacin Nacional e Ftbol cimiento, y poder llevar un
IH...I .-1...UU i. | )a ^ e)imlnar ios nombres i control y estadstica de la prac-
Los Dragones se han mante-. comerciales o de personas en tica del ftbol en todo el pas.
nido en el segundo lugar de la ios equipos.
justa gracias a la labor de los! Esta proposicin presentada
lanzadores Pillo Zeballos y Jant y sustentada por el nuevo Pre-
Igualmente pondr en vigor
las Inscripciones de todos los
ugadores de las Ligas Provln-
"CHE VILLALOBOS'
G
Dep. Elela .. ..5
Bam Jr.......4
Barcelona ......5
Centenario .. ..3
Pepsi Cola .. ..2
Madurito......2
LefeTre ...... 2
Rodelag......2
Panamericana -------
p pts.
1 .833
1 .800
z .714
2 .600
3 .400
4 .333
4 .333
4 .333
5 .167
Con Un Juego Arrollador El
Bam Derrot Al Chesterfield
Anoche En El Basket De Ia
En el otro partido el Mauricio gan por forfeit
SEPRENSE! Ray Robinson mete sus brazos alrededor de
su sparring partner, para separarlo del italiano Tiberio Mitri
en una pelea de exhibicin. Robinson todava sintiendo los
efectos de la paliza que le propinara Randy Turpin, tuvo que
cancelar el encuentro de exhibicin contra Tiberio Mitri, el
campen italiano de peso medio. Aqui acta como arbitro y
su sparring partner no se muestra de acuerdo con su
intervencin.
Las casas comerciales estn cooperando
al xito del torneo de atletismo del Dmgo.
fcupe-fuero entre Pillo Zeba-
Ips o Jos Ortega. -
Los prximos juegos son:
Jueves:Estadio Olimplco 4.00 I q'lambl'trabajar para'que
manera que al comenzar el ao deracin se efectuar el viernes nal es el Pepsl-Cola, que tiene
de 1952, no exista ningn equl- entrante,
po con nombre comercial o de
persona, en ninguna Liga de!
p.m.Granillo vs Ftc. Patritico
ViernesEstadio Olmpico 4.00
p.m. Azteca vs Dragones.
cualquier categora que sea, ya j JJq g decide t\
todas las Ligas se inscriban en
El Morris blanque
Rentosa*^*- anoche al Royal en
el primer examen para .. ,
andadores e bisbol e' Trneo DOllChe
campeonato del base
ball semi-intermedio
Anoc".ie se llev a cabo la prt- Hoy miden fuerzas Pino-
inera prueba del examen final
del cvrso' para anotadores de
baseball, y los ve'nte alumno;
cue asistieran demostraron su-
ficientes conocimientos para os-
tentar el certificado.
El profesor del curso, den
Grirraldo Crdoba, prest tocias
las facilidades a los examina-
dores. Reinaldo de la Rosa, To-
ms Cupas y Alfonso Prez en
#u labor, quedando bien impre-
sionados por la forma como oe-
mostraron su capacidad para a-
notac'ores.
El prximo jueves se efectua-
r ln ltima prueba.
'OMPRE...
toopjdura!;
PROTEJAMOS LA
NUEVA CREMA
cho y ptica Sosa
1.000
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Torneo de Bolos
Caf Duran ......... 4 0
Morris ............... 7 1
Entrometidos ...... 3
Sosa ............... *
Tropical --........ t 2
Royal ................. 3 i
Novatos ........... 1 3 -250
Pinocho ........... 1 3 .25
T. Sousa .......... 1 3 .250
Selecta ................ 4 .000
Esta tarde se decide el cam-
peonato de baseball del Circui-
to Seml Intermedio de la Li?a
Juvenil de Santa Rita que diri-
ge el Hato Martiz con el tercer
partido de la serte final entre
los equipos Angellnl y Mauricio.
El primer encuentro lo gan
el Angellnl por 3 a 1, pero a-
yer el Mauricio empat el tor-
neo al Imponerse por 6 carreras
a 5 en un interesante encuentro
que se decidi en el ltimo e-
"s Ipisodlo. resultando Trottman el
."50 lanzador ganador.
0" El segundo partido se haba
.500 anunciado en un principio para
j|*| hoy, pero los directores acorda-
ron adelantarlo para ayer y cen
el resultado mencionado, hoy
lene lugar el juego decisivo
El juego de esta tarde ha si-
do dedicado al entusiasta y co-
nocido deportista seor Orimal-
do Crdoba, profesor del curso
de anotadores de baseball, y
quien tiene a su cargo el lanza-
miento de la primera bola.
Los Clgarrillero- del Philip
Morris vencieron anoche al
Flan Royal por 4 a 0 en la con-
tinuacin del torneo "Jant-
?en" de Bolos para ponerse as
solos en el segundo puesto del
Torneo. Miguel Capriles con se- -, -, -.,, .
rie de 508. fu el mayor anota- i fcj LOUllte UlimpiCO
La puntuacin individual fu tratar asuntos de
la siguiente:
hoy como contrarios al Rodelag,
equipo que tambin esta des-
cartado.
Soto y Cardales sern los ar-
bitros, Velarde el anotador y
Rivera el Cronometrista.
Prximos Juegos
El calendarlo de la menor ha
sufrido cambios de gran impor-
tancia. El Viernes Jugarn Pan
americana vs Bam Jr.; Sosa vs
Orion y Eva Pern vs Fuerza y
Luz, la Justa continuar el lu-
nes con el Juego Centenario vs
Carlos Eleta.
PERITOS IN AUTOMOTORES
CONCURREN .
Para mayor potencia motriz
-decdase por
CHAMPION
Con marcado Inters estn
practicando los atletas para el
gran torneo de Pista y Campo
que se desarrollar en el Esta-
dio Olimplco el prximo domin-
go en la maana.
El atractivo programa com-
prende eventos para damas y
hombres, con carreras de dis-
tancias cortas y de medio fon-
do, pruebas de saltos y lanza-
mientos.
Adems tenemos que numero-
sas casas comerciales estn
cooperando al xito del Concur-
so de Atletismo, y as vemos
que la Mueblera Parisin do-
nar una meslta de noche al
ganador de la carrera de 5.000
metros, donde participarn Gu-
mersindo Qti, Antonio Argue-
lles, el colonense Nlcasio Lo-
renzo, Joe Salas, etc.
Flix Maduro donar un par
de zapatos de carreras; La Jo-
yera Ponce Rojas, una Copa;
Joyera Panlzi y Torre, tres me
dallas, as como tambin dona-
r premios, el Bazar Francs,
Fbrica de Salchichas. Fbrica
d Maletas y Escobas, C. o.
Mason. Corte Inglt. Angellnl,
Foto Wolf. Sastrera Bazar Fran
ees, Almacn del Pantaln
Almacn 5 & 10 Cts. La Inno-
vacin, La Aurora, Pinocho, Ba-
zar Americano, etc.
Interesante torneo
de baseball estn
efectuando los machis
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Liga San Blas de Bisbol
O. P. Pje.
Dep. Clayton ...... 8 2 .800
Dep. Kobbe ......... 7 2 .777
Dep. Albrook ...... 5 6 .545
Dep. Corozal ....... 0 10 .000
Con Inters se est desarro-
llando la justa de Baseball de la
Liga San Blas, cuyos equipos
estn formados en su totalidad
Dor "machis" que trabajan en
los distintos Fuertes Militares
de la Zona del Canal.
En el partido de ayer el De-
portivo Clayton qued solo en l
comando al imponerse al Dep.
Albrook por 8 carreras a 4.
El prximo encuentro se efec-
tuar el viernes entre los equi-
pos Kobbe y Clayton.
Bam y Mauricio fueron los
ganadores de los juegos mascu-
linos de la. Categora ofrecidos
anoche en el Gimnasio Nacio-
nal por la Liga Provincial de
Basketball. En el primer cho-
que el Bam sorprendi a los
fanticos al superar fcilmente
a los punteros del Lord Ches-)
ter por 89 a 57. Esta es la se-
gunda vez en el Campeqnato
de 1951 que a Lord Chester cae
vencido y la primera en esta
segunda vuelta. Carlos cellls
con un total de 27 puntos, Ra-
fael Jan con 23 y Hans New-i
man con 9 fueron loa mejores
do los Cerveceros, destacndose
por los Clgarrilleros Alfonso
Frazer con 14 puntos, Ricardo
Santos con 11 y Cecilio Williams
con 7. No hay duda que la la-
bor de Echeverra en la defen-
sa del Bam contribuy tam-
bin al triunfo de su equipo.
El segundo partido sealado
entre Mauricio y Madurito, lo
gan por Inasistencia el prime-
ro de los equipos. La Liga en tu
reunin de anoche tom inme-
diatamente medidas contra el
Madurito.
Maane mircoles juegan en
la rama femenina Sastrera
Crdenas y Daar por el primer
lugar y en el Circuito Masculi-
no chocarn Mauricio y Bam.
Suspendidos por un ao los jugadores
de basket que fueron al Salvador y el
equipo Madurito retirado de la Liga
La Liga Provincial de Basket-
ball en su reunin de anoche
aprob una Importante resolu-
cin con el viaje de un grupo
de canasteros a El Salvador.
La resolucin aprobada por
la Liga Impone un ao de sus-
pensin a los jugadores Bernar-
do Gmez, Antonio Castorina,
Mario Micolta, Marcos Agullar,
Epifanlo Gonzlez, Mario Gar-
cern, Csar Berrio y Gaspar
Surez, por haber stos salido
del pal a celebrar serle de Jue-
gos sin el permiso requerido de
ninguna autoridad deportiva.
Solicita adema: la Liga al Co-
mit Nacional Olimplco. la sus-
pensin para juegos Internacio-
nales a estos Jugadores, como
tambin pide al Departamento
General de Educacin Fsica,
Inicie una Investigacin del ca-
so para que los Federados res-
ponsables en este asunto su-
fran la sancin a que se han
hecho acreedores.
Igualmente en la reunin da
anoche la Liga expidi un per-
miso especial para loa Jugado-
res Julio Arosemena, Rubn
Blades, Agustn Dlnolls y Wally
Troutt, del equipo Madurito, pa
ra que stos puedan actuar en
el equipo que ellos tengan a
bln. ya que stos no fueron a
El Salvador y el equipo Madu-
rito se encuentra excluido da
la Liga. Debido a sto se sabe
ya que los Jugadores Blade y
Troutt Jugarn con el Bam.
WHISKY CANADIENSE
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dor.
?ran inters hoy
DE AFEITAR!
Ayuda a conservar el aspecto
sano y juvenil del rostro.
Los cientficos salx-n que el lavar y
rasp.-.r que acompaan cada afei-
tada t iendon a dejar la piel irritada.
Pero ahora se ha elaborado una
nuevayadinirablccremadeafeitar
que es realmente buena para la piel.
Maravillte lngr*di*nt
La nueva Crema de Afeitar Williams
FLAN ROYAL
Carcheri 157 139 139 435
Piad 182 109 186 557
Lombana 106 117 148 371
Coups 174 169 126 469
McGeachv 125 156 131 4i2 : una Importante reunion pa-
"____________________ra tratar asuntos de gran ln-
724 690 730 2144 I ter"s para la buena marcha del
deoorte en general
El Comit Nacional Olimplco.
celebra esta noche a las 8.00 en
las Oficinas de Educacin Fisi-
PRILIP MORRIS
Samanlego 136 120 172 428
127 149 160 436
156 117 111 384
156 170 105 431
Maduro
Orillac
Soto
Capriles
164 163 181 508 Salvador.
En la reunin de esta noche
se considerar una resolucin
de la Liga Provincial de Bas-
ketball, en relacin con el viaje
de un erupo de canasteros a l
Handicap
73
31
719
31
729 2137
31 94
770 750 760 2280
contiene Extracto de Unolinare- en el Gimnasio Martinz choca-
En el partido de esta noche
cente descubrimiento cientfico con
mayores propiedades "benficas"
para la piel que la lanolina corriente.
Slo M WILLIAMS
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tada ms ni tida,mejor. Use Williams
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rn Pinocho y ptica Sosa,
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tiene los
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"Extraen la ltima gota d*
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AGARWAL d. la M.K.J.
Transport Company, Bombay.
". a la ltima gota de com-
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kilometraje con un
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Champion. He oqu!
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tanto: jams he
hallado buja de
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MANTES, JTJLIO SI. 1951
"Que en la campaa electoral
que se avecina slo se usen
las armas de los caballeros"
M
LA PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO UUlUHNUllN'll
AGITTE wuT

Expres el Licenciado Harmodio Arosemena Forte
en el discurso pronunciado ayer tarde ante la
tumba de don Francisco Arias Paredes
Damas y caballeros:
No alcanzo,a explicarme con
certeza el por qu de mi desig-
nacin, por parte del Directorio
Nacional del Partido Renovador,
para ocupar en este da la ms
alta tribuna de la Patria. Quiero
creer que tan alto honor se me
discierne porque piensan los re-
novadores que mi gran admira-
cin y mi afecto por Francisco
Arlas Paredes me capacitan pa-
ra exteriorizar aqu el sentir de
todos sus corazones.
El Almirante Sherman en Capilla Ardiente
Hace hoy 5 anos que el cable
nos trajo la noticia de la muerte
de Francisco Arlas Paredes, a-
caecida en Medellln, Colombia,
la noticia" que cubri de luto la
Repblica; que llen de dolor a
amigos y adversarlos que nos
puso a llorar, que nos hizo com-
prender a* los panameos que el
Inters personal y el Inters de
partido desaparecen cuando la
Patria se entristece por una gran
desgracia.
La vida de Francisco Arlas Pa-
redes era una necesidad para to-
dos. Para su partido, porque l
era su corazn'y su cerebro, su
guia, su inspiracin, su orgullo
y para sus adversarlos, porque
l. el caballero de la poltica,
sentaba pauta, elevaba el debate
en la contienda y acrecentaba
en ellos el fervor de Patria.
Descendiente de familia rica
y aristcrata, no slo hereda
fortuna y posicin, sino tambin
decencia, rectitud y austeridad.
El heredero de dos grandes ape-
llidos se siente orgulloso de ellos
y los honra y los defiende con
su conducta y su valor. Desde
muy temprano Francisco Arias
Paredes siente inquietud social v
democrtica y con la sinceridad
del convencido lo vemos luchan-
do por el pueblo. El quiere para
todos los panameos lo que a l
le sobra y se le concede genero-
samente: prosperidad y lusticla.
Se olvida del bienestar de que
disfruta v entabla la lucha a fa-
vor del desvalido. Se asemeja en
esto,a Bolvar y a Roosevelt.
Los jefes del liberalismo de a-
quel entonces no lo toman muy
en cuenta y lo llaman irnica-
mente el deportista. Llega el mo-
mento de .prueba y el llamado
deportista se agita, lucha y pe-
lea y casi que logra quitarle el
Consejo de la Capital al doctor
Bellsario Porras, quien ordena su
detencin para evitarlo. El gran
caudillo comienza a tomarlo en
serio y siente, celos v en un mo-
mento de ira exclama: "Con es-
te mozo no hay trmino medio,
o el vestido del presidente o la
banda presidencial". No fue la
banda presidencial porque el
destino no lo quiso. Aos ms
Urde es elegido diputado prin-
cipal por la Provincia de Pana-
m. Lucha tesoneramente, su
verbo es tempestad v fuego v
cuando resulta vencido ostenta
altivez que no ostentan sus pro-
pio vtneedore. "Jtatudla y a-
prende; tiene a sudado al an
maestro,.I doctor Francisco Fi-
los, quien le dirige y quien, des-
de su escao, lo contempla y lo
admira. Filos sabe que es nece-
sario encauzar nuevos elementos
liberales para el futuro v se da
exacta cuenta de que Francisco
Arias Paredes ser, en no lejano
dia, un gran conductor de pue-
blos, un gran estadista y se go-
Fl cuerno ael Almirante Forrest P. Sherman permanece en capilla ardiente en la Capilla de
B*in en la Catedral de Washington. Un guardia de honor que representa todos los servi-
Mn. mrmados e mantiene en atencin, antes del entierro del Almirante en el Cementerio
Nacional de Arlington. El Almirante Sherman, Jefe del Estado Mayor, Naval de Estados Uni-
dos muri repentinamente de una trombosis coronarla el Domingo pasado en aples, Italia,
destitus de haber conferenciado con el General Franco sobre la posible inclusin de Espaa
en la Organisation del Pacto del Atlntico y nn acuerdo militar entre Espaa y Estados
Unidos.____________________:___________________________________
U. S. ROYAL
SUPER-RIBBED PARA CAMIONES
LA PREFERIDA
EN LOS CAMINOS
,^ DE PANAMA
PANAMA AUTO S. A.
Apartado 1913, Panama
za con ello. El caudillo Bellsario
Porras se muestra inquieto. Ce-
loso de su enorme prestigio pien-
sa que le quieren robar algo que
es de su exclusiva pertenencia y.
error de un gran liberal, decide
sacarlo a la fuerza de la Asam-
blea Nacional. No se da cuenta
de que era la mejor manera de
prestigiarlo. El nombre de Fran-
cisco Arias Paredes corre de bo-
ca en boca. El pueblo, siempre
partidario decidido de las gran-
des causas, se llena de Ira y a-
"cude a la Asamblea a defender-
lo. Francisco Arias Paredes de-
clara que slo muerto se le pue-
de arrebatar el derecho que le
otorg el pueblo y el gran cau-
dillo que ya comienza a cono-,
cerlo, desiste de su empeo. A-
fios despus unidos en estrecho
abrazo recorren Juntos la Rep-
blica defendiendo la causa li-
beral que les es tan querida a
ambos. i
Ms tarde otro caudillo libe-
ra!, bueno, noble y generoso, don
Rodolfo Chiari. se Interpone en
su camino. Chlarl lo admira y
quiere como se quiere a un hijo.
Dero piensa que es todava muy
Joven para .dirigir los destinos
de la Repblica. Francisco A-
rlas Paredes no desmaya, sigue
adelante v lucha en la orensa
y en la tribuna, en la calle, en
la plaza, en todas oartes. pero
siempre con gallarda y decen-
cia que desconcierta a sus ad-
versarlos. Por esto nunca tuvo
enemigos.
Funda el Partido Liberal Re-
novador. Se avecina una enco-
nada campaa y se le postula
candidato a la Presidencia de
la Repblica. Es su contendor
el primer Jurista del pais. el Dr.
Hsrmodio Arlas. Dos grandes
seores se disputan el triunfo.
Resulta vencedor el doctor A-
rlas y la misma tarde de las e-
lecclones. Francisco Arlas Pare-
des se dirige a l felicitndolo
y admitiendo que ha sido ven-
cido en buena lid. precedente
que debi ser Imitado despus,
ero que desgraciadamente no
lo ha sido. El dector Harmodio
Arias da en seguida contesta-
cin protocolar a Arlas Paredes,
ero su verdadera respuesta, la
de su alma v de su corazn se
la da el 2 de agosto de 1946.
cuando lleno de dolor exclama:
"Ninguno ms generoso, ningu-
no ms desinteresado, ninguno
ms leal, en todas las circuns-
tancias de la vida, favorables c
adversan a l".., "Conmovido y
reverente, deposito en la tum-
ba de quien en vkJa fue el pa-
triota v el caballero don Fran-
cisco Arlas Paredes, el claveV
que es smbolo de su nobleza v q'
me ofrend con efusin v sin-
cera felicitacin el propio dia
del torneo electoral en que el
destino nos hizo aparecer como
adversarlos".
Una serie de campaas pol-
ticas siguen despus. Nadie res-
peta el precedente establecido
nor Francisco Arlas Paredes. La
pdlitlra se convierte en agra-
vios, lniurlas e Insultos. A los
candidatos no les preocuD t-
ner votos .lo nico aue cuenta
es tener fuerza, tener suficien-
tes miembros en la corporacio-
nes electorales, expertos en su-
mar a favor de su- partido can-
tidades de votos que no existen
v de restarle al enemigo las que
realmente tiene. Que tal cota no
vuelva a suceder jams en nues-
tra tierra debe ser el anhelo de
todo buen panameo; que caiga
sobre los que creen que se pue-
de jugar con lo ms sagrado que
posee el ciudadano .todo el peso
de la Ley: que caiga sobre ellos
la maldicin de la Patria.
Llega la campaa del 45 para
elegir constituyente. El Partido
Renovador triunfa ruidosamen-
te. Lleva a la Asamblea Consti-
tuyente doce convencionales aue
luchan denodadamente por los
derechos del pueblo v que logran
Insertar en el Estatuto Consti-
tucional gran nmero de los
postulados del partido, desmin-
tiendo asi la aseveracin, cons-
tante de que los partidos pol-
ticos dicen una cosa cuando
anhelan el poder y hacen otra
cuando ascienden a l.
Al iniciarse las sesiones de la
Constituyente hubo un convenio
entre los tres jefes de fuerzas
representadas en esa magna
Asamblea; el periodo presiden-
cial sera provisional. El alto
honor le correspondi a Enrique
A. Jimnez, pero desgraciada-
mente sus amigos, en acto sor-
presivo que no tuvo su asenti-
miento le Impidieron el cumpli-
miento de lo pactado.
Muere Franclcso Arias Pare-
des. Algunos abandonan las
toldas del Partido, muy pocos
or cierto, mientras otros se
an a la tarea de pelearse entre
ellos. Desorientados van de
tumbo en tumbo los renovado-
res. Se mueven como barco que
navega sin timn y sin brjula
y fracasan una y otra vez. Ato-
londrados por el rudo golpe les
es difcil orientarse nuevamen-
te. La adversidad los acompaa
en sus Intentos para reorgani-
zarse. Slo un esfuerzo supre-
mo de parte de todos puede
salvarlos. Compenetrados de que
el Partido que fundara Fran-
cisco Arlas Paredes no poda de-
jar de existir y conscientes de
lo que ese Partido significa pa-
ra el bienestar de la Patria,
volvieron a la lucha e invocan-
do l espritu del supremo Jefe
lograron rehabilitarlo y as los
sorprende la campaa del ao
48 llevando a las urnas ms de
treinta mil renovadores, snto-
ma de vida que nos demuestra
que todava estaba latente en
ellos el espritu de Francisco
Arias Paredes. Perdida la elec-
cin, el Partido Renovador con-
serva fuerte representacin en
las corporaciones electorales y
fiel a sus postulados de Justicia
opta por convertirse en Juez
lmoarcial de la contienda.
Asume el poder Domingo Daz
Arosemena, hombre sin odios y
sin rencores, con un corazn
donde slo alberga la bondad y
el amor. El Partido Renovador.
sin que se le ofrezca nada, re-
suelve respaldar su Gobierno.
E noble anciano que agradece
sinceramente la ayuda prestada
est a punto de verificar la u-
nln liberal, pero la muerte se
lo Impide.
Muerto Daz Arosemena. as-
ciende al poder el doctor Daniel
Chanls a quien el Partido le o-
frece su cooperacin. Piensan
los renovadores que cooperando
con l pueden ayudar eficaz-
mente a la Repblica. Chanls
rechaza la oferta y pierde el
poder.
La Corte Suprema de Justicia
da posesin del alto cargo a don
Roberto F. Chiari. quien cons-
ciente de que la Patria necesita
del concurso de todos los bue-
nos liberales, llama a su lado al
Partido Renovador. Hace el hijo
lo que el padre haba deseado:
unificar las fuerzas liberales.
En u postrer lamento sostiene
Chanls que la renuncia se la
haban arrancado por la fuerza
y ante esta aseveracin el dig-
nsimo hijo de don Rodolfo
Chlarl pregunta al ms alto
Tribunal de Justicia si siendo
esto asi le corresponde a l la
Presidencia. La Corte Suprema
en incierta decisin parece In-
sinuar que es el Presidente Ti-
tular de Panam el doctor Da
niel Chanls y Chlarl, que pudo
conservar su posicin de Presi-
dente sin el mayor esfuerzo, a-
banda el Palacio de las Garzas
porque l piensa que es mejor
ser un ciudadano con honor aue
ser Presidente de la Repblica
manchando su nombre, desobe-
clendo al ms alto Tribunal de
Justicia. Hermoso gesto digno
de Imitarse por todos nuestros
hombres pblicos.
Queda prcticamente en ace-
falla la Presidencia de la Rep-
blica y surge en seguida el pro-
blema de quin ha de ocuparla.
La Fuerza Pblica, hacindose
solidarla con el querer de la
inmesa mayora ciudadana, op-
ta por llamar al doctor Arnulfo
Arias, quien la ocupa nueva-
mente en noche memorable, en
medio del jbilo ms grande
que registra la historia nacio-
nal. Se hace necesario legalizar
su presencia en ella y se llama
rDldamente al Jurado Nacio-
nal de Elecciones para que rec-
tifique errores. Con pleno dere-
cho acuden a la reunin los re-
novadores miembros del Gran
Jurado y entran a formar parte
del nuevo Gobierno .Cooperan
con sinceridad y eficiencia. En
la ola de agravios y de injurias
que ms tarde se desata contra
el mandatario no hay una gota
que los manche. Nadie se ha
atrevido en este pals a atacar al
Ministro renovador en el Go-
bierno del doctor Arnulfo A-
rias. El hijo da Francisco Arlas
Paredes tenia que ser, como lo
fue. decente, honesto, pulcro y
austero.
El doctor Arnulfo Arlas pien-
sa que no puede gobernar como
l lo desea con la Constitucin
del 46 y decide derogarla para
poner en vigencia la del ao 41,
El Partido Renovador no puede
acompaar en esto al manda-
tario. Acto semejante no puede
tener la aquiescencia de aule-
nes fueron co-autores de la
Constitucin es lo aue deca Pa-
blo Arosemena: "el arca donde
el derecho se salva, donde la li-
bertad encuentra amparo, don-
de la sociedad puede convivir
en la segurlda dde oue va rum-
bo haca la liberacin de la ci-
vilizacin. Renuncia Arias EsdI-
nosa yse va como cumple un
caballero de su nombre y de su
estirpe.
La posicin renovadora en la
lucha que te entabla es la que
le corresponde: la del pueblo.
Pero el Partido Renovador, iga-
se bien, no entrar a formar
filas con' los Innobles leadores
del rbol caldo. No hay gloria
en la lucha contra el que no se
puede defender; no hay laurel
en el ataque contra el vencido.
Desde esta Tribuna sagrada
hago un formal llamamiento, en
nombre del Partido Renovador,
a todos los jefes polticos en el
sentido de dignificar la campa-
a poltica que se avecina: Que
en ella slo se esgriman las ar-
mas del caballero: que se pros-
criban el insulto y la Injuria en
la contienda que los aspirantes
a la ms alta magistratura de*
pais slo aspiren a ascender a
ella con el voto del pueblo; que
piensen todos que la fuerza
pblica no est al servicio de
nlgn candidato, sino al servi-
cio de la Repblica. Que los
miembros de las corporaciones
electorales acten como magis-
trados lntegrrlmos y no como
rufianes al servicio de la tram-
pa y del deshonor. Que se arrai-
gue en el corazn de todos que
nay ms gloria en una derrota
que dignifique y enaltezca a la
Patria que en un triunfo que la
denigre y que la manche. Este
es el espiritu de Francisco A-
rlas Paredes.
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11 PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Petain ante la historia
Por LUIS ZULETA
4*
EL TIEMPO Pgina Editorial
EL TIEMPO, Bofot, M de Ju-
bo de 1951.
No muri en la prisin. Re-
cientemente el propio De Gau-
. lie lo haba Indicado: "Petein-
dijc-no debe morir en una car-
ee*" Pero tampoco falleci en
su Ubre hogar. La libertad del
gormante de Vichy habra p-
rtetelo una afrenta para los
bravos franceses que mantuvie-
ron, la resistencia contra el in-
vasor. Petaln ha terminado su
larga vida recluido en la quin-
ta de Luce, residencia hospita-
laria especie de limbo entre el
infierno de la condena por trai-
cin y la gloria de salvador
de la patria.
Desde este limbo postumo el
viejo soldado espera el Juicio de
' la posteridad. La revisin de su
! preccro, no aleenrada en vida,
paa ahora al tribunal de la
historia.
Ante la opinin pblica con-
tempornea la autntica figura j
' de Luis Felipe Petaln aparece
deformada por dos prejuicios.'
Es el uno su mismo aspecto fi- I
slco. Cuando Polncar, en abril
de 1951. visit el frente de ba-
talla, qued impresionado por
II la pobl prestancia del coman-;
darite del 33o. cuerpo de ejerc-
to. "El General Petalndice a-
qul en sus Memoriases un '.
hilo del Pas-de Calais. De alta i
estatura varonil arrogancia y
aire elegante, me explica con I
luminosa simplicidad sus dispo-
rt siclones de combate"....
El otro prejuicio es la frase
cien veces repetida: El hroe
deVerdun", A un Joffre, a un
"rteh, a nu Liautey. muy supe-
riores a l en realidad, no se
jes suele llamar hroes. En la
Kile del vulgo ese magnifico
jjtlp de anciano mariscal, coro-
* con el laurel del herosmo
rodeado de una aureola
'grandeza. Ser el grande
', salv a Francia, o por sa-
a inversin, ser el gran
ble que la entreg al ene-
bro la realidad no corres-:
Je a esa silueta desmedida.
tin no fu un genio, un ser |
aordinarlo, un Napolen en
Btleri Dios quiso "de su crea-
dtJr*espritugrabar ms vasta
SRMUa". No. Todo lo ------>
Para la elevada esfera en que
actu, entre otra. p-
ZBdaa. oue quedarn en la hlsto-
'jt Petaln es un hombre de'
"J condiciones medianas; bonda-]
.'dago,, probo, prudente, con es-
t'mables virtudes e innegables
dsggctos.
Hay un libro, a mi ver. exce- i
JlejUst. alejado por igual, del diU- ,
fambo y de la diatriba, que es- |
tudh framente el "problema
1 rsicolgico" del hombre que de-
sofendi los fuertes del Mosa
Jontra el formidable eircito
*|dfA Jironnrlnz y. aos ms tar-
" de. firm con Hitler el armis-
ticte del bosque de Complegne.
i Se refiero al "Petaln del
general Chadebec de Lavalade.
.'S trata de un breve volumen
de poco ms de 150 pginas,
que. sin embargo, resume, sobre
el "caso Petain" los documen-
Eczema. Picazn
Desaparecen con un
Fcil Mtodo
Su plfi tiene casi 60 millonea de poro*
Sonde ae eacondrn loa grmenes que
causan terrible Picazn. Majaduras de
la Piel, Eosaroa, Ardor, Ueapelleja-
mientoa. Acn, erupciones de la piel.
Barros, etc. I as medicinas ordinarias
dan alivio nicamente momentneo
porqne so matan la causa del mal qua
son los grmenes. Nmodarm, al busto
cubrimiento, mata loa rmenea
* poros minuto* t Sari ana, pial
clara, suave y aterciopelada en
osa eemana. Pida NlxeSerm sn BU
farmacia kor mismo y acaba con
1 eaaaa Tarea a* era, de loa traator-
NixoJtnn w'
to n*i
tos ms serios y autorizados ta-
les como la "Historia de la
Guerra Mundial", debida a la
colaboracin de cuatro genera-
les franceses, y las Memorias de
Polncar y de Clemenceau, de
Joffre y da Poch.
Qu resulta de este estudio
del general de Lavalade? Deje-
mos que el propio autor formu-
le la primera da sus conclusio-
nes. "El mariscal Petaln-escri-
be-que un jefe, subordinado de
extraordinario mrito, pero no
posey jams las cualidades
de un jefe supremo, militar o
civil, de un jefe en la ms alta
acepcin de la palabra".
Buen jefe subordinado, mal
Jefe supremo...Es decir: me-
diana. Viejo coronel de infan-
tera al empezar la guerra de
IB 14, fu luego en ella un ge-
neral muy distinguido, un tc-
tico hbil, metdico discreto. Pe
ro como Jefe supremo, como del
Estado francs en 1840, Petaln
no estuvo a la altura de la gran
nacin, vanguardia del mundo
a lo largo de los siglos.
Segunda conclusin del libro.
Petaln era hostil a Inglaterra.
Vea en ella ms quizs que en
la propia Alemania, el enemigo
tradicional de Francia. Es la
primera guerra mundial trat
de separar la suerte del ejrci-
to francs de la del ejrcito in-
gls. Su actitud en los aos de
1918, 17 y 18 resume Chadebec
de Lavaladellevaba ya en
germen toda su conducta de
1940 contra la Oran Bretaa."
La tercera conclusin es -la
ms importante para la com-
prensin del problema psicol-
gico de Petaln. Este Jefe mili-
tar, no obstante su probada va-
lenta, su pundonor, su amor
a la patria, fu siempre de un
pesimismo rayano en el derro-
tismo, sobre este punto estn
de acuerdo todas las opiniones
Oigamos algunas:
Joffre: 'En el curso de la visi-
ta que hice al segundo ejrcito
en unin de Petain me impre-
sion su pesimismo, y ese es-
tado de espritu me fu confir-
mado poco despus".
Foch: En un segundo plano,
como ejecutor, Petaln es per-
fecto: pero retrocede ante las
responsabilidades y no puede
nandar como general en Jefe"
Necesita ser sostenido y ani-
mado".
Wilson, el general britnico:
Petaln es un general pacifis-
ta"... "Demasiado defensivo"...
Clemenceau: "Petaln es in-
soportable a fuerza de pesimis-
mo"... "Me Jia dicho que los
alemanes derrotarn a los in-
gleses en toda la linea y luego
nos derrotarn tambin, a nos-
otros. Un general debe hablar, o
siquiera pensar de esta mane-
ra?"
,. Poinsar: "Petaln me parece
miry pesimista"... "Louncheur
est descontento de Petaln por
su total derrotismo. Hace unos
das, ste le dijo "Habra que
Iniciar negociaciones de paz",
I Ante esta opinin, Louncheur
ha consultado a Foch, a quien
! conoce desde hace mucho tlem-
, po, y el cual le ha respondido:
i Es una locura. Nos hemos vls-
1 to en trances peores".
Foch tenia razn. Aconsejaba
' resistir y luego atacar. Unos
j meses despus, la guerra ter-
minaba con la victoria de Fran-
loia.
Como se ve, en el Petaln de
la primera guerra mundial a-
puntaba el Petaln da la segun-
da. Ya en marzo de 1918 hu-
biera ido a Complegne a dbc-
tar con el kaiser o Hlndenburg
el armisticio que firm con Hi-
tler en junio de 1940. A vein-
titantos aos de distancia, en-
contramos el mismo hombre, la
misma psicologa. En el ancla-
no mariscal de Vlchy domino el
pesimismo de siempre, agravado
por los aos y loa desengaos.
Hay, adems, en este pro-
blema psicolgico, transforma-
do por las circunstancias, un
El volleyball inter-
colegial se reanuda
boy con 2 partidos
Esta tarde se reanudan las
competencias lntercolegiales de
Volleyball en el Gimnasio Na-
cional cen los Juegos:
PROFESIONAL vs IPA
Femenino5 p.m.e
IPA vi INSTITUTO NAL.
En el encuentro femenino te-
nemos que las abejltas defien-
den su invicto en e 1 primer
puesto mientras que las pan-
americanas lucharn para en-
trar en la columna de ganado-
ras y dejar la retaguardia que
estn compartiendo con las
Institutoras.
En el Juego de los varones
tanto los aguiluchos como los
panamericanos se empearn
en lograr puntuacin y salir del
stano.
Debido a los varios partidos
que se han suspendido, el Ca-
lendarlo de Juegos se ha modi-
ficado quedando de la slgulen
te .manera:
Agosto4 sbado
Femenino
Liceo vs Profesional
Panamericano vs Instituto
Masculino
Artes vs Instituto
Panamericano vs Profesional
Agosto 7Martes
Femenino
Panamericano vs Liceo
Masculino
Profesional vs Artes
Agosto 11- -Sbado
Femenino
Liceo vs Profesional
Panamericano ts Instituto
Masculino
Artes ti Instituto
Panamericano vs Profesional
'"Tiirf UN CAMPEN MONTANDO, Harley Bower hace saltar a "Mac" limpiamente sin tocar las vallas. Bower que eola-
mte Uene 13 ao?de edad, tiene siete aos de estar con su caballo "Mac" y -hace toda clase de suertes con este equino.
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Atacan duramente a Cuba los CARGOS CONTRA LOS
trabajadores dominicanos por NSPECTORES DE LA
la cuota azucarera de EE.UU. ADUANA pE ARROJAN
Dicen que el dinero queCuba percibe de sus ventas
a E. U. lo utiliza para los gastos y atenciones
' de sus 200 mil comunistas
CIUDAD TRUJILLO. Julio 31
(UP)Julio Csar Ballester, Se-
cretarlo General de la Confe-
nlcano que se ha dicho que
Santo Domingo vendi azcar
en el mercado mundial durante
problema nacional de Francia,
un aspecto importante al que
ni siquiera alude el general
Chadebec de Lavalade. A mi
Juicio, al pesimismo tempera-
mental de Petaln se sumaba su
personal Ideologa.
Era el mariscal lo que vul-
garmente se llamaba un reac-
cionarlo. Odiaba a la Tercera
Repblica; quizs, en el fondo,
simpatizaba con el rgimen na-
zista, aunque detestase a sus
hombres como enemigos de
Francia; crea sinceramente que
la derrota y la ocupacin, las
desventuras que sufra la patria
eran el castigo de sus culpas,
de las que deban redimirse por
el sufrimiento y la enmienda.
Y l, Petaln. el pesimista, echa-
ba sobre sus hombros la dura
carga de personificar, como su-
premo gobernante, los tristes
destinos de esa Francia de la
expiacin.
Se equivoc, otros eran los
destinos de Francia. Mas un
error, por tremendo que resul-
te, no es una traicin. "C'est
pire qu' un crime", podr re-
petirse ahora. Pero si a veces,
un error es, por sus consecuen-
cias, peor que un crimen, el
equivocado es un criminal. Ni
merece acabar en un presidio.
Petaln pens que al pactar
con Hitler evitaba a Francia
mayores estragos. Sabia muy
bln que con esta actitud hu-
millante sacrificaba en el ocaso
de su vida, su nombre glorio-
so y hasta entonces unnime-
mente respetado. En el sacri-
ficio hay siempre cierta austera
dignidad.
El Juicio definitivo corres-
ponder a la historia. Nosotros
nos Inclinamos ante ese senci-
llo atad cubierto con la ban-
dera francesa, a cuyo lado se
vean, cual modestos trofeos, los
guantes blancos y el kepis del
mariscal. Guantes blancos, ma-
nos limpias de maldad.' "Aho-
rraba la sangre de sus solda-
dos, sufra con ellos"... dice
Lavalade. La historia no arran-
car una sola de las Jerrqui-
cas hojas de roble que decoran,
bordadas en oro. el kepis de
este buen militar. Lo que no
har, probablemente, es aadir
a la rama de roble una nueva
rama de laurel
Luis de Zulueta
deracin de Trabajadores Do- la ultima guerra a precios ms
mlnlcanos, aleg que las deca- altos que los que Cuba reclbj
raciones hechas por los lderes; de Estados Unidos. 'Esta aseve-
obreros Cubanos en Washing-1 racin demuestra la mala, f
ton atacando el aumento reco- [ conque actan los lderes obre-
mendado para y cuota de az- i^ros o una lmperdona-
car de la Repblica Dominica- ble ignorancia porque s hubo
na constituye "una aviesa ma- un pas que respet los precios
nlobra poltica con el propsl : concertados con Estados Unidos
to de perpetuar el sistema de y Gran Bretaa para 1 azcar
privilegio en favor de Cuba que *** a guerra fu laRepu-
que permite aplicar las cuan- blica Dominicana que dej de
tloses cantidades de dinero que i percibir Ineffesos^por^vrrlM mi-
aquel pas percibe por las ven-
tas de azcar hechas a Estados
Unidos a los gastos y atencio-
nes de los 200 mil comunistas
que forman ese partido en Cu-
ba y que por facilidades finan-
llones por ser fiel a la ejecucin
fit sus contratos.
"Todo el mundo conoce, en
cambio, los escndalos produci-
dos en Cuba con la distribu-
cin del azcar durante la gue-
cieras de que goza constituye el a, bastando citar el caso del
ms grande y poderoso de todo cambalache de arroz por azu-
el Continente".
Contina diciendo que el pri-
vilegio de que disfruta Cuba en
materia de azcar en Estados
Unidos 'es el que he permitido
a ciertos elementos destinar
cantidades cuantiosas a proyec-
tos fracasados de invasin ar-
mada contra el territorio Do-
minicano como fu el caso de
Cayo Confite y Lupern. as |
como para que los millonarios
cubanos com Grau San Martin,!
Alemn, etc. sigan robando di-.
ero.
"La corrupcin financiera cu -1
hana es harto conocida y con-1
tinuar favoreciendo a Cuba con
la cuota azucarera constituye
un estimulo para^ que la co-
buea Interminable".
Aadi el Hder obrero domi-
car que hizo el Gobierno de
Grau y que oblig la salida de
Alemn del Gabinete por el vo-
to de censura del Senado Cu-
bano".
Criticando y haciendo cargos"
a loa Inspectores de Aduana de
Arraijn un numeroso.grupo de
trabajadores de la Zona del Ca-
nal que residen en La Chorrera
han remitido a nuestro Director
a siguiente carta:
La Chorrera 31 de Julio de 1951
Seor Director de
'El Panam Amrica"
Panam.
Estimado seor Director,
pedimos a Ud. el favor de dar
publicidad en su acreditado pe-
ridico a fin de que sea conc-
elo por la ciudadana y las Au-
toridades a quien concierna el
siguiente caso .que se nos p;e-
senta con los vehculos de nes-
Ira propiedad al viajar en lo
carretera de Chorrera a Pal.a-
m y viceversa, donde hemos
sido sorprendidos por la acti-
tud de Inspectores de Aduana
en el limite de Arraijn prohi-
bindonos llevar en nuestros ve-
hculos a compaeros de traba-
jo y exigindonos que dejramos
nuestros carros ah parados por-
cue de hecho quedaban a rde-
nes-de la Capitana del Puert i,
ante este hecho inslito en que
se nos quiere privar del dere-
cho que nos asiste para utilizar
un objeto de nuestra propiedad,
presentamos a las ms altas au-
toridades del ramo nuestra que-
ja a fin de que impartan la so-
lucin d esta injusticia que se
nos quiere imponer a los dueos
de vehculos particulares y con-
sideramos que esas deposiciones
adoptadas por los Inpectores de
Aduana est violando leyes y a-
cuerdos que especifican que po-
demos llevar un nuestros vehlcu
Ins a quien uno quiera mien-
tras no sea con fines especula-
tivos.
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atencin que preste a nuestra
solicitud de publicar este denun
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El millonario izquierdista
Frederick Vanderbilt Field fu
condenado a otros seis meses de
crcel en otra causa por deja-
oato, mientras las autoridades
Intensificaban la campaa con-
tra el "Congreso de Derechos
Ciudadanos" acusada de ser u-
na organizacin comunista.
Vanderbilt Field, quien ya ca-
ta cumpliendo una condena de
90 das p6r una causa similar
fu condenado a seis meses ms
por haberse negado a dar in-
formes al tribunal sobre las ac-
tividades del fondo de fiamas
del Congreso. El Congreso pres-
t fianzas por cuatro dirigentes
comunistas que posteriormente
desaparecieron.
Otro miembro del fondo de
fiansas del Congreso, Abi.er
Oreen, tambin fu condenado
u tela meses de crcel por el
mismo motivo que Vandeollt
Fieid. Al mismo tiempo, el tri-
bunal orden a William Foster,
dirigente mximo del comunis-
mo norteamericano que depor-
tara una nueva fianza de cinco
mil dlares.
Foster fu procesado Junto
con otros dirigentes eamun'aitas
pero, no se le someti a Juicio
,'ebido a su mal estado de sa-
lud. Desde entonces habia esta-
do gozando de libertad bajo
fianza, proporcionada por el
Congreso de Derechos Ciudada-
nos. Ahora el tribunal se ncs">
a aceptar las fianzas de sa or-
ganizacin.
Se restringir la
visita a detenidos
por causa poltica
De acuerdo con informes ob-
tenidos en fuentes de crditos
han sido suspendidas las visitas
diarlas a los detenidos pollinos
lechudos en la Crcel Modelo de
esta ciudad. Tal medida obede-
ce, segn nuestro Informante,
una nueva reglamentacin q'ie
ser implantada en relacin con
laa visitas a los detenidos pol-
ticos. Esta nueva reglamentacin
determinar que loa detenidos
polticos podrn ser visitados
loa miamos das que loa presos
comunes.
Al inquirir sobre al se hablan
dado rdenes de incomunicacin
para eso* detenidos, las mismas
fuentes dijeron que no era
cierto,
Prensa" y el problema de loa
sindicatos en aquel pals.
Scheopetto declar que su Go-
bierno ha adoptado una polti-
ca de "justlclallsmo" dando a
'os trabajadores una posicin
(-.estacada de acuerdo con su
importancia an el progreso de)
pais.
El Delegado de la Repbllcr
Dominicana no explic sus ob-
jeciones.
El Consejo tambin decidi
autorizar al Consejo Interame-
ricano de Comercio y Produc-
cin y la Unin Catlica In-
ternacional de Servicio Social
para que enven observadores a
la reunin.
Al mismo tiempo se anunci
que la agenda para la confe-
rencia es la siguiente:
1Precios y reservas mone-
tarias.
A) Efecto de la reglamenta-
cin de precios en la economa
de las Repblicas Americanas y
los mejores mtodos para po-
nerla en vigor.
b) Mantenimiento del poder
adquisitivo de la moneda y laa
reservas monetarias.
2 Materias primas y produc-
tos escasos.
Estudio de las medidas adop-
tadas para aumentar la pro-
duccin y distribucin de laa
materias primas y productos
escasos, y especialmente de la
poltica seguida por los pases
americanos con respecto a la
Conferencia Internacional de
Materiales.
3Transportes.
a) Evaluacin de las actua-
les facilidades de transportes,
estudios para determinar los
requisitos mnimos para; el pro-
grama de defensa y las nece-
sidades cvicas esenciales de ca-
da una de las Repblicas ame-
ricanas: estudios para deter-
minar las medidas de coopera-
cin necesarias para hacerle
frente a esas exigencias.
b) Sistemas de fletes y ta-
rifas de seguros en el Comercio
Interamerlcano.
4Cooperacin Tcnica.
Estudio del programa de co-
operacin tcnica de la Organi-
zacin de Estados Americanos
para 1951: bases nara formular
el programa de 1952.
6Cooperacin Social.
-Estudio del trabajo. Pro-
a para el Consejo de 1951-
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