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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01188
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DU PEACE CAMP, Korea, Aug. 1 (UP) United Staes
?dith ens R V w Ited a e th o paSecretary of State Dean Acheson declared i Washin to
.today that the United Nations cannot accept the CoPAa a
th Lengt y Red Brushof munist demand for a Korean truce line along the 3o8th :
AudA 1 (UP)-.Mos- 'the iLabor "Daily Herald." the blandly saying that the Norman His statement came shortly after Gea eral Peng Teh
ords to the Rusaianpeo- aid the Communist "Daily Work- 1066.H i c eanse w f t h e
Herbert Morrisone Britain's Forel ec- er" published both texts in full. "But perhaps that is not a bad easefireconference illcollapse if the United ti
SPy "rbert Morrison, ad o Co rvatl "Daily Tele- failing." ofe io noed
poioqanied them with 2,00r Tath- xrah" paraphrased Morrison Labelling Morrison's statement deliberately offer impossible demands and'stick to the.
her words to Mortin. but printed Pravda n full. cool and reasonable the Guardian And both statements came shortly after the Unite
aeofon last month had. pub- The Liberal'"Manchester Guar- went on:
challenged Russia to atch d commenting on the ex- "He might rhaps have put Ntions and Communist truce negotiators at Keong
rn press freedom by pub- c e said: some parts of more precise ly.rgued through the sixth day of deadlock over the tru
statement fm hi W e : argued through the sixth day of e ao e te t
g a statement from him un Mr. Morrison really cannot But by and large It Is not a bad line.
adc compete with Frav4sa In Invec- statement,
vda unexpectedly took up tiv "Pravda's rely Is connected But a United Nations briefing officer said the Co
challenge on the condition 'le lacks a Rmussian Journal- with such a different worM that munists had seemed more reasonable today.
).t *equally intact in London ting nails with piledrlvers or find." It was speculated that thWs
Se o 'is condition on Morrtson' y M o n T t of selling they got new In- ri
St rta n S ou Kor em a. he c structions from Peiping or Py-
Allies heve ropoeed a line tenin from Kaeapg north ast ang and Ph da said there was not "an Navycos Tr in To Cutyaig
Chetwon, lalifV a les s among t oent ght ing line; as the nort the zone. l ot truth" Morrison's state M In Washin n Acheson reiter-
The CommUisats have roPosed tift the boun dary be the 38th me that Great Britain only ated the United States position
C n s .... -'^- + "=', lpeaces Tn Spthat M rthe A reason oaiyed Ho pial that any ceaetire in Korea must
Wan peace. a ndthatseseT morrow leave American forces in a de--O
or: ^ estdrn rearmament in the fenibl sition
Moon i ers Hiid Hiut When Co Chief r b taro political. course pursued s at Coco Solo Hospital He said the Communistsn Buo t ns
o R Pravda said that if the British -BO-c insists on a United Nations a
Uned to T withdrawal to the 3th parallel,
USsgoernentT really wanted to WAH INGTON Aug. 1, (UP) tent day at Cocoo In the first wanted to go back to the line
USveS ills W arns.Oferve peace why did it turn Captain Frank P. Gilmore, quarter of fiscal 1951 was $1.26 across which they had launched
,- c k Russia's proposal for a five- comptroller Of the United States compared with $1418 in 1950, an unprovoked atrprise attack.
power peace pact? Why did it op- Navy's Bureau of Medicine and when the patient load was higher. Acheson said it was an entirely WASHINtiN, AUg. 1 (UPa
LU L A Aug .-- Irabblg oft f U38.3 U drpose the reduction of armaments Surgery, told the House Appro- The committee also made pub- military discussion at Kaesong sPresident Tiuean has an-
( t alary s area were Ce uof the big powers? Why did'It priations Committee in testimony lie a letter written in May by H thought United Nations Su ly served notice on Conge
a aroli'na $4,401, Charleston $1, Cla- oppose usiig atomic weapons? Just published that an attempt Comptroller General Lin dsa y preme Commander GeneralMat at he h ot finished f
o h r Conian- td 1 ,381, Greenvile $,15a, Why did it persecute those who will be made to reduce the high Warren which said the Coco olo threw B. R waywas having there an econole cotrls
t more worry ,283 and Harlieo $1 LOB ANGELES Aug. 1 (UP)- defended the cause of peace, and coat of maintaining CocoSolo na- h e als bel op erased at, Allied lpf presented force- law
i 10, A United S$ates eunit Par- why did it not prohibit war pro- val hpital. tinn a i e o nO. O t p et) fully. tr
toftay that the ad in r at Britain? 0 ore was questioned about General Pet speech Indloat-
A o fI: o cl and 1 nd it nec- arrison's declaration was an t ntrovea'silal n lot ed thi Reds hgbt break off the M. ra
Depite e ra ev ittione ofBr3;e ln's or r M--- :
iB cs t ewse 95 e ObOSes $5 ret P KI 1song talks rather than aid sign
,.m_ _-&p ,on the vital polat o 0 M truue .mea .s .
-re= o -g is' lve w e ape e thacct that t.he e Jwith as very low patient i5 ItV I b al.
viplatio alon, ai to' the apt e ornament fape. Soviet people could not travel t with the Iereas e I aef settlement lel
eat number of a- son riter rank C on,38 free to the Wetern countries to person anticipa e th I is he twoaides Ithn a in t tthe r e
e th e ua i ga p blinq with charinan of the part Los see or themselves. area it Is expected that the pa- 38th
yestehrdye nsdctmeno of the 12 He also mentioned that the n tiee load will Increase In the ,ting up a demlitarized zone. s He saidlhe o h
Dlythn ~wth leaders was aimed at ae destruc- Russian press and radio hide r th a onequen Another rescue mission was "At the same time other cease- to sign the bill because it Ho.-
S tl'eco r tion and Ilegalizatton the man facts and opinions from dereaInthe coet per patient completed at 11 a.m. today when fire conditions must be carried stained powers necessary to ca
$1 of -thh otal. of Communist Party. the nfasian ople, and cause in- stan L-1~ of the UJS. Air Force re- out and within a fixed riod all trying out the defense pr
onl? yconti lne,, aad gag blng "Hterference n westeri ra teudy islnow being lnstitU turned from Chltrd with a se- foreign troop must ea with- Mr. Truman said he soo
e mmey o but we do not Four London morning papers military and civilian personnel as was immediately rushed into a Peng said the Chinese "volun-mendations for ,a new law t
OU OW 7 adse rn, bt e o ttoday printed the full text of may be feasible-." waiting Santo Tomhas Hospital teer" army in Korea is Invincible "give us adequate controls."
to o in fines with Rh Because here ed to return "If we are forced underground Pravda's reply, and gave Morri- e ad the hospital r ambulance. hting a just war H
we will o underground. son amain active status sin it Ernesto Barrera was reported against aggression," has a high He emphasized that two high
to the hom of her mmon-law We will contue son and Pradto fht nen equal prom-ce were closed any patients on the in "fair" condition by Flight Sur- degree of political consciousness prioty amendment in this ne
Husband, young amanian r whatevercircumstances e The Liberal "News Chronicle," Atlantic side would have to be fgeonCa t. HughRandel, who c- and has learned from expert- u d reitate
girlday sat I&ate riousroTom nto-pal- rced upon us," anpstalken to Fort Clayton Army Hos- coufpafle the L-13. The patient ence how to battle a better arm- slaughtering quotas, and r
Spera ne om o Carlson, whoemgratedto eppr l offered from a crushed chest ed enemy with inferior weapons." the present position limiting
as Jimdnm 2a rsrold.s thAco testimony before and lacerations about the head BloodoDorprice rollback. e P pric
was suffer from agomk wound Uneted States from Poland .,inPoercommittee the cost per PA= received Monday nightrin an au-
n- a dee In at th by e of her 1920, i at liberty on ball pefld- oPerabirctvPonneysnBloodaDonors '..
neck inflicted by h former boy- ng a hearing on Oovernment ac tomobile accident. nors B ai Pgl~l a
e, forts to deport him as a su M A The helicopter that was orig-
eran. hal yester- siveallen, .h orW malscheduled to leave early S
WT ,A ) day lo re, -to Seurni home Closes Tolorrow last minute by an 1-13 from V c m
WASMfTQ ,Ai. 1(UP) where she a ddpreiously lived,E'Assistance Fund'
gWASIII o rt, R.-wher edFlights"B," 1st Air Rescue Squad- naem LONDON, Aug. 1 (UP)-Brt
today. charged that some Unit- where e a machete The section of Morgan Ave-Sna
.ed Na d oeare still-s o Theiand' g s br og to iThe Panama Cabinet Is stud. nue between the intersection of by an 8B-17 from the same out- raceha nerrpfctdt
pin' war' material to Oommun-h the a Dispensary by a t elays Testi ony ing a decree-law which would Wight Street and Balboa Road fit. Blood doors are needed first atomic bomb and hopes t
ist China despite the Unitd commercial launch. D he is a re- create an "Assistance Fund for will be closed to through traffic The rescue plane landed at for Maria Angela Sarate, test it in the near future, an
Natins idNobab shl e nt ofn h a sectionrL hThe une m ld be maded for about a month starting at Chitr6 at 8:20 a.m. Aboard the the 34 year old Panamanian Informed source said here to-
three nations Panama, India River tritutary. *e r g en c y- ible through a special charge The street is being closed be. Bixel and the doctor. They were eral days ago by a poison- Government ministries refuse
nmd Denmark -- have taken, to treatment 8 -her b the An epileptic fit this on the present tarifs on the l- cause of grading for the lower- equipped with a litter in which to es snake, and whose left ed to confirm or deny the re-
heart the warnings of his yer- iamboa Dh i a n eled fit ti a ora Ig lowing articles. ing and relocation of a 12-inch transport the patient. leg was amputated as a re- port but said:
ste ubcommittee as to the ex- and she was- ftpred to case In the Balboa Magistra Ao ciettoes, a cui ge t ate area. hsut. "If there is a test there will
ort of strategic materials that Banto e om-li Her von- court of cigarettes, assuming that The south end of Morgan Ave- by 1st Lt. Carl M. Turbyfill and Gorgas Hospital officials be an announcement beforei-
oild .' be used to kill UDited edition which Is w o u ag- each package will have no nue and houses 860. 862, 866 2nd Lt. Warren S. Weinstein. report today that she is in hand."
nationC.. rtrooplaurea. gt*wrted by hoe m Ernest Duval, a 48 ore than 20 cigarettes, and 867 may be reached from Other members of the crew were satisfactory condition al- The ministries also refused tO
O' aid "A three egur rreid himself to n a a yeard (B) One cent on each gallon of. Balboa Road via Wight Street Capt. John Eusner, -gt. Wil- though still on the serious- comment on a reporI in Lone
o' w saien "lr d the poaie en h imseld Panamanian who was called as gasoline, a short thoroughfare which liam Brehmer, Cpls. R. B. Wil- ly ill list. don's "Dally Tele raph" the
lon of their deternlnition to This morne a gation with a fit at 10:15 a. (C) One to five dollars on each joins Balboa Road approximate- loughby and Wallace Copfi, Sgt. Donors of anv blood type Britain's first atomic bomb w
o-operate with the U'nlted will be made to ine whe- waiting In the Baloa m. radio receiving set, in the ly between the Scottish P'+e Bobb Ellis, and Sgt..James Col- would be helpful although be exploded soon on the W, ,
talus in moving. deny po- there the crime took Statin to testify Da Po's following maner five Temple and the paroc' lIns, addition to a photograph- the patient has AB type, mera rocket range, 350
entlal war naterl~h.Io Com- place in the of Pan- Adamsn Balboa D r.pen f tube semt or less $1; i school. er. which is the hardest to get. north of Adelaide, Australia.
u tsican was summoned to treat or seven ttibe *2; eight or
Despite o req hlons at Duval. nine tubes $3.50; ten or a
u s nle' Io ":d year dPanamanlanho E) of imported liqueur or weO i erS ForeSee No Truce: 4 To 2,
ommunist, hi, charged with havmg committd (E) $50 for each automobile F. Editor's Note: While the Gen- mediate military problems facing out of there after a while. We had sweep at any moment, Kaesong
"Several'of the whose battery on a 55 year old Pa0- O.B. price not exceeding erais and Admirals talk peace the negotiators. Apparently the six wounded in action includ- or no Kaesong.
roops are f th~ly with amanian, JTames Bryce in E $1,500 and $100 for each at Kaesong, what's going on up Reds launched a typical Commu- ing me, and one of them just Here is Pfc. David W. Boyle
urs in Korea are stMI permit. Darlen Gonsales, the Boca by cutting him iq tl automobile with O. B. in the hills where the battle nist assault against the western died. sticking up his head to see who
Ing their flag vesseMl to sup-. 10 Old sonof oBFC Vic- throat, price exceeding $1,500. line angles across Korea? What democracies." is coming up the trail,
ly the enemy with materials r es- wi found r-are the GI's doing and saying? You ask the sergeant what "I sure hope they can do some- "Corresponden t. Huh?" he
without which se -idd not "en~. ot, Fo r It was reported that the e $1 ,000 Fund Frank Bartholomew of the happened to him. Nothing much, thing over there at Kaesong." greets you. "What's going on at
on t wontnie h .a -hld nolon." te r Fort Robbewould be heard later in the day. s United Press went from Ee- he tells you, and anyhow he is "I am praying they can," an- Kaesong? What about this aaen'.


O'Conor didt 1 name ihese song to the front to look for an- "returned to duty" which is all to other stretcher earer, Antonio da thing does it mean that
at haons. been reprterat tovhe erand a Caribbean C in- Transfer L ked swers to such questions. Here is the good, because you can use his Limas. says frankly. He lives in when they have agreed upon wnb
(It ehas een report Meat the onounce d -an a C ap i I his report. name. .t is Edwin R. Jarrett and Santa Barbara, Calif. But the points make the agenda t.
ortuguese colony part at Ma- o b hVB.b n Fopt. ies To Posts.. -WN his address is Paragould, Ark. cease fire is note sole preoccu- have agreed on the whole agn-
Spear Hon o h be- obbe s US With W 0 Dwyer BY BATHOLOMEW He was out with the stretcher pation in his yoing life. you con- da? We are kind of hungry for
ome a big lea A4 station lfor h ea to a4 I : B 1 "' AT THE FRONT IN THE IRON bearers on a little patrol action clude as you see him playing information up here."
oods to Red China imace re-bee ca ac- In T n ad, WI TRIANGLE, Korea, Aug. I (UP) yesterday with a platoon of in- catch with Donald H. Smith of There are six boys up here. and
rictions were imposed t ~NEWYORK, Aug.1,(UP)-The-The sergeant sits on the hillside att five tanks and two M- Horse Cave, Ky., as you leave the they have really been work
ngKong.) .P ~ erovost The Commander in Ch t Senate Crime Committee is re- with a little blood still coming 39.4AckIed vehicles for carry- aid station, over what they know of Kvesan6
_w __ Tarhal, Foart 1ad.r United Caribbean Comma nd, Lieu- ported by the New York Daily through the bandage on his h Iad kig pmennel and ammunition. When you think of the fancy tl '
Orw'au To ker States Arimy tenant General W. H. N. News todty to be investigating a and asks how they are making "I r walking beside the first There Is an improvised cable tie the Reds have given their Are
Or Morris, Jr., and the Chief of $1,000,000 letter of credit said to out with the truce talks at Kae- M-39," the tall Arkansas soldier ferry in a canyon on the fast my out in the plains ahead of
adios For Hel rta -4 Staff, Caribbean Coamqad. have beatransferred to a Man- song. tells you. "It was leading the pa- flowinR and flooded Han-Tan- you the "People's Volunteer
0S or p Brigadier General ltobert hattan Bank from Mexico for A little way up to the north a trol along a river bed. We sud- Chon River. It's swirling torrent Army of the People's Republie of
STO Frace l 4 Year Howze, left early this morniz United States Ambassador to puff o: smoke suddenly spirals up denly realized we were In a mine pinned between vertical mono- Korea" it's good for a real
RIO DE JANEIR.. Ai. 1- by air from Albrook Air Mexico, William O'Dwyer. ex-ma- another slope, field. so the M-39 tries to turn a- liths of volcanic rock like the laugh.
IU-The N I 'w t"Iatr PARBW, Aug.I (U) Britain Base to visit Untted Bt yor of New York. "Napalm." somebody says. round to get the hell out of there. "Deschutes" In central Oregon. Here is the real "Peole's Aimp
Ila disabled off tiM O,, lis sto@ d t 4 submarines Naval instaUations o the The paper's copyright story You answer the sergeant's "About this time the Chinese. "We had three boats but we of the World" right around yOU-v
iea Nort-t of R1h to, anfor a r yeam. land of Trinidad, L. 1. I. aid the letter of credit was re- question by pulling the infantry who set this trap and had it ze- lost the other two this morning." smart American youaat wh
urgent BOp wh.eh be- portedly tranmsfeed to O'Dwy- regiment's mimeographed paper roed ta with artillery, let go at us MaJ. Clarence C. de Reus tells do their own thinlniad arth
Sby, the Naval 1t5% =n Ar- Ing rf h ex- While at Trinidad, e r's account a few days prior to from your pocket and reading: with everything they had from a you comfortingly, at their own eoncl mi k Stte
0Ador1'. .5nonae W #'y' under Morris and o wl is testifying before the crime "Observers summed up today's battery of 105-millimeter guns. .Across the iver a hard scrab- own way, without benEiet i e *
A tug .ws lM i s-lv 5Rnt. their Boya names of upon the OveN ir committee here last March,. meeting in two words no pro- "They fired 71 rounds from ble. rocky terrain climbs up to missars or thought ~le,
agents y the Aia ap Statl a Valentine Wlter and The letter of credit was report- grease. three gars at 3.000-yard range emerge at a sandbagged forward not afraid to sy wbahit
tlyIlo her rolti be She them American Consul to have ben mysteriously can- Admiral Joy, Chief U.N. Dele- and ed us down so tight we observation post. whenever the spirit a
=046W 3t N 'eom- OW.ande Aa- ert I. Hale. t liled five days after O'Dwyer gate. urged the Communists to couldn't breathe We got our T rIe sl the area. down which What do thaytliN t
I. unknoa. .. turn to the testfled. confine their remarks to the In- undamaged tank and one M-39 the next gxht Red drive may (Continued em agk

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S.S. Cape Avinof ..............................Aug. 5
S.S. Cape Ann ................................ Aug. 12
S.S. Cape Cod .................................. Aug. 18
S.S. Maya ....................................... Aug. 26
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S.S. "SANTA ISABEL" ...........Due Cristobal, Aug. 15th

FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA LUISA" ..........Sails Crist6bal, August 6th
S.S. "SANTA MARIA" ........... .Sails Cristobal, Aug. 13th

FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
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The trouble with East's first trand and daughter.
lay was that he had no business
inning the first trick. It his Mr. and Mrs. Robert U. Schultz
partner could never regain the and two children; Donald E. Se-
ad, the game in no-trump could bastian: Colonel Richardson Se-
ot be defeated. If his partner lee. Miss Doris M. Sterling; Miss
id regain the lead and haa no Margaret W. Tassell Major
other spades, the situation was Ralph P Thompson and three
lually hopeless, children; Mrs. Angela R. Tow-
The only chance was to let ery.
ummy's king of spades hold the
rst trick. That would spike de- Claude W. Wade; Fred L Wat-
arer's guns. South would soon- son; Miss Iris K. Wegener; Mr.
r or later have to try the heart and Mrs John L. Whigam; Miss
nesse to have any play at all for Martha H White. Mr. and Mrs.
is game contract. Then West 0. Stuart White; Mr. and Mrs.
would grab the king of hearts and Walter D. Williams and Mr and
ang his remaining spade down Mrs Anthony J. Zablocki.
n the table. East would take his Mrs. Jessie C. Avans andy
ve spades, setting the contract daughter and Mrs. Carlota Hut- ,
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,flct11 bIiw York and London.
16w cmisglapd went to war in
1. 16r was commissioned a
Lieutenant in the British Navy as
n y nr pilot and served on the
18U1 carriers, H.M.S. Olor-
tOUR and H.M S. Furious during
tb ofbOI"Weglan Campaign. In 1940
e wa transferred to the R. A.F.
to command the Eagle Squadron
made up of American born pilots.
Wh-0fought with distinction dur-
tor the Battle of Britain and un-
,lA the V1ilted States entered the

Upon United States 1try into
the war Taylor was tr hsfrerred
't the U; 8. Navy for which he de-
veloped Navy Night Fighter Air-
craft. gave tactical training to
night fighter pilots and later
served with the Night, Carrier
Task Force aboard the famous
U.S.S. Enterprise. '
After the Enterprise was dam-
aged, Taylor became commander
*eiof the U.S. Naval Air Station at
WILLIAM E. G. TAYLOR Itthe Port Lyantey, French Morocco,
newly appointed manager of and also served as Air Officer on
Braniff International Airways' the staff of the con1mander, Me-
Panama office.* diteiranean Fleet.
New Manager Announced He was released from the Navy
for Braniff's Panama Officle in 1940 with, the rank of Captain.
DALLAS. Aug. 1 The ap- During his tours of duty he was
pointment of William E. 0. Tayn- atrded decorations .frm four
lor as manager for Braniff Inter. different governments.
national Airways in Panama was As manager for Panatea Taylor
announced today by Chas .r1, be in charge of the compa-
Beard. Executive Vice-Presidenet d T traffiCsand operatioC acti-
of the airline. tief Or this country. Costa RI-
capacity of actnig manager since Aed by-Pedro A. Dia. District
Don Grefse was' transferred to Sa Manager for Panama and
Argentina. Illam Goff StatlonManager
A Veteran of military aviation One of Taylor's firstduties will
with experience in Latin Amerl- be to coordinate the fiew flights
can .commerce Taylor resigned from Panama to Miami which
bis position as an official of -tle were just authorized b ythe CAB
Tropical Tool Corporation of to give Isthmians new Service to
Rhdae Island to assume his new Eastern United States'.
Post With Braniff. In his capacity SPanama P ngerList
as Vice President and Treasurer
of the former corporation, he tra- The S.S. Panama, will leave
yelled extensively in Latin Ame- Cristobal Friday for .New York




resigned as naval pilot to become w are going on it.on and
vice President of Gilles Aviation Th romle adof a .passen.
Corporation of Long Island, New Te complete advance passen-
ork. Hle flew a year for United geo li hfolo. e
Airlines .as seefld officer after Harol ePter Anderon, spen-
vhloh he came a partner in an Tcer And rson; John Astor;
international trael gency with Frederick C,.. Atkinson; Mr. and
: gra~ld~ughter; Mrs.' Thelma A.
ordn and two children; Miss
ri afe Bdweri MIMs Mary T.
rh~is d Bernnan; Miss Frances -Brenner
a nd Cpl. aymond W. surcaw.
,-- !"-- rial*.. .:C bebatch; lra. Naomi
JACOei ON ByI.IH eC :liang and daushtataLMr. and
ht e --"- a- Mrs. Mahlong D. DaviT and two
O ", . children; Mr. and Mrs! Matthew
BY OSWALD JACODI Day; Mrs. Louise Durgen; Mrs.
Written for NEA Service Mary Durr; Mr. and Mrs. C!s,
5taroD_____ W. Baby; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
.. A. Ernlaw.
NORTH 19 R. rraey Palk; Miss Helen
4KG Fitzgerald; John I. Frank; Mrs.
QJIno' Ruth H. 'Freedman; Mrs. Doro-
n Lthy E. Gage; Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
wc a 4 aKQa.n uel J. Garrlel; Mr. and Mrs. Cle- o
WIn T oAST vment J.. Genis; Mr. and Mrs.
4 7 5 6 A 4 2 Therese Geyer and Miss Selma
VK984 V83 Gunther.
*Q1082 *J94
474 483 Aram H. Hatch. Jr.; Miss Mar-
SOUTH (D) garet Hayes; Mr. and Mrs. Cor-
6 3108 nelius B. Hetiman; Mrs. Eronia
.A73 F. Hendricks; Miss Mary E.
A7 Holmes; Miss JacquelDie R.
4AJ102 Horn; Mr. and Mrs. David R.
N. vu Howe;*Mr. and Mrs. William H.
NoaSh Ws N& at Keller; Mrs. Barbara A. Kiley
SGUU Wt Nol and Dr. Elihu I. Klein.
16 Pass 19 14
Pas Pas 24 PS! Mrs. Harriet R. LaRose; Miss a
2y PaO 24 PJ RuthI.Leard; Mr. and Mrs.a
2N.T. Pa. N.T. Pas John 0. Lewis; Mr. and Mrs.
Pass Pu Frank J. Locher and two chil-
Opening lead---7 cren; Mr. and Mrs. Harold T.
. Longmore and daughter; Mrs.
Marie L. Lord and son; Mrs.
I hope nobody writes in to ask Katherine Lunetta and daugh-
ne what North meant when he ter.
id two spades in today's hand.
Ie should have bid two no-trump Mr. and Mrs. Ernesto Maduro
o show his spade stopper and his and two children; David F. Ma-
eneral strength. honey; Miss Mae L. Malcolm;
If North had made the normal Mr. and Mrs. William Malee;
id of two no-trump, South John Mateull; Mrs. Edna R. Mc-
'ould have gone on to game in Coy; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F.
o-trump. Then East would have McDermott and daughter; Mr.
.d a low spade, and North would and Mrs. Clarence B. McIlvaine;
ave taken his beating like a lit- Robert R. McQueary; Miss Edna
le man. Miller; Mrs. Edna M. Million;
As things actually turned out William F. Norton and Miss Jua-
outh became declarer at three nita Mufioz.
o-trump. Wes naturally open-
d the seven of spades, his high- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Olsen
st card in East's bid suit. and two children; Mr. and Mrs.
The king of spades was put up Thomas A. Orr and son; Mr. and
a dummy and East came a crop- Mrs. Harvey W. Parker and
er. He made a mistake that no daughter; Mrs. Helen R. Polk
leader of this column would ever and two children; Captain Ruben
ream of making. He played the Pomerantz and Mrs. Pomerantz;
ce of spades. (If you were Mrs. Kathleen M. Price.
reaming of that play yourself,
don't tell anybody.) Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rich-'
Now the East hand was good ards; Abner S. Riddle; William
>r two spade tricks and no more. H. Rinke; Miss Lillian Ritten-
outh could afford to lose the band; Mrs. Alice H. Roche; Mrs.
heart finesse, and was bound to D6rothy C. Rose; Donald D.
.ake nine or ten tricks, depend- Ross; Mrs. Sophie Rosseland and


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map GwrdCop DeOn told a ew conference. IrTOL.. Aug. 1 (UP)- She said Lannin had 'bn
"As they gervery lar1 we take them vyry for away un and disillusioned, a 14- dating her about three wa*s
a of girsobbed!ao 0 ut was turned away from her
from people because we dl. want ourt ahbo D n a a rsor-wlel me about a week go ftr
said. "As d* y get sm1le; we bring them closer." po ee bucted her from .- she told her mother about his
That is why, he uid, the Commiss. maisnais .0 proy- .ton.. .. to Bristol in stolen prison background.
t Why, before leaving her strand- On Friday, she said. Lanning
ing ground at lonely. Eiwetok atoll in the Pacific and met her as she wanlked home
another in this cohitry t-Las Vegs, Nev. "_ .The FTlolsned state and loI1 straight-edge razor with a
Last w er'sLam. -an v te-..... aiirthortft in Virginia and Tet- maroon handle and told her:
Last wla r's L" Vegas ITne eI a hunt for Thotmas "Either you go with me or
mDean Hited. wece "certainly en T rim Lanctnfg. about 21. believed t9 you get this."
ame limite sale"than the wk be headed south in a blue. 1947- She said tanning promised
Apt Ma tests at oflni -tol model Plymouth club coupe her they would be married in
bot an to e extent o a ad L stolen here yesterday. Tennessee "because that's the
vance pre atn.undas "to si tate you can get married
bang-the i release. Ihe irl said her only food youngest in." She said she
The A20 *hWoald Its biREZ8 OD S IdW 'S .albee evlni Fulton was "'some would not marry him now un-
blasTath e a E k was several h o. r cokes' whi h Lanning bouabt der apv circunstances.

But he gawe a clue. ever2 .ler than th otn.
the artime mode t ehan ed at Marshallf thwart. he said she refin, Accordom ng to the girl saidn
Alaogrdo N. M. in July 15 ton M.n P TA y lentl which t she lcar V r said he had stolen tcar.
off over IaIhnese i1es f --Gen. J. Lawton Oqinus, Ar hete from a farmhouse,. Later,the battery wuit ded,
World War II. Chief of Staff, told GnatoraLane* stoebatteryafter
Dean said the estyesterday the Unit nd Bristol where stole another afternng:
Dean did not sy h ow much le 'tothe military force s ag.idthetrip so unner. ed "Jumping" the lgnitio an.with a
judgment he Lasid. Thibangs hi- lihai ,d Lanveinn to scared Lannher. screwdriver.
were then those wattk.f 344,000 men n Europe b that w off all my T he second car wrecked in the
But he gave' a clue. n6L 30 j-^e 1962 thai "I i *owe oa l o 'Sy he seco d ard In the
Joht M. Haneson ^ e r a the mountains near Volny, Va.. af-
Asked whether he. would ex-400 figure given last week 'Twice. she said, Lanning made ter stolen here yesterday
dea Las Vegas a bomb like bv Defense was ecrtary GeorgeC romantic adnces but he ble Plymouth.a


O i OUrS e repancy, this could mean that es ton and Virginia.
the wartime mode s te at Marshal. thwarted him by strain, From Volny, the girl said,



AlaJohn M. Hanson age 23. son arrive n Europe. between next
Deof A. Hanson of Balboa was Jul 1 and De. 31 of next year- t the car at r theywalked and ht ke to







selected by the United States Na- Sen. Owen Brewster. R. Me.,
mately 300 aspirantshe t Naval shall had made a seriouslyd be 400Bristol where she told nnin:
downReserve commissions for the se- error" in the figures he pr reuse to go ent- an farther,
leo test wass of a newof e.er candi- U. S. tro thopsIludi .am0 committees last The00 fst
"I dHanson't thwasin to the Na- Tex wn Euroelead a stheendt Te first time we passtam oce-
dicated he would. e C collins' figures. given to the Lanning then left her, she
NavyRec ng aoandbe- was "a little loose cal BRIN ON THE REDS said, with a warning that you're
Aftt Sea tServiced Commit- on your own." She said he be-
John M. Hasonr a tees c wereating- or fiscal 195--thes combine t yet tried he streets for a
SSchool last week government year ending next Korean htg "Jac" the Bar teh Salt heumound one
cmcepted By N y matching the only automobe
SRere and ord to a Syrause, N.Y., where report stolen here yesterday,
e dtyROT Unled las there was a Sha work teadn the blue Plymouth.
r course crepancy, this could mean that _
the igmAining 56.000 men would
John M. Hanson. age 23, son arrive In Europe between next
of J. A. Hanson of Balboa. was July 1 and Dec. 31 of next year.
selected by the United States Na- Sen. Owen Brewster, R. Me.,
Imately 300 aspirants toNaval shall -had made a "serious
Reserve commissions for the see- error" in the figures he present-
ond class of a new'officer candi- ed. to the same committees last
date school at Newport, RhodeIs- week. ereisa clean. t ntlaptl
n ow dispened by chemists at tr-flUng
Chairman Tiom Connally, D.. cost, that will do more to help you Oet
Hanson was sworn Into the Na- Tex., who released a statementreveid your trouble than saevting .ou.ve
val Reserve at the Philadelphia .Xtth Collins' new figures; said Its actloe Is so powerfully peed.ratins
Navy Recruiting Station and be- was "a little loose cal-1 BRING ON THE REDS -A a dot the itdiis is Instantly oII;d;an
gan his officer tftining at the cUlating-some of the estIMates grenr.ier as yet .u n eem In a shortt you're rd thatboth-
Navy School last week. were a little loose/.' Korean aitlng i "Jaeko;' the rr='W"r1itch7 Salt Rheum. Itching
monkey pet ot M J. Lem Belote Toes and Jee--other irritating unightly
Upon completion of 120 days of High School in 1945 and then at- of San, Antonio T'ex. Hearkng of yo heobtain Moones emerald Oil
tratrinq Et Newport he will be tended the Canal Zone Junior Intelligence'its that the Chij in the original bottle, at any modern
commissioned Ensign in the Na- College and Syracuse University.rnese areteacbinuimonkeys to driug store. It i safe to use-end failure
.4.1'e.er.le and orderedto ac- Syracuse, N.Y., where he grad- throAVrefdthelsabeDebtnottdaabovdeed
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n Protested Night Game Clash Tonight Game In Atlan t
By United Press
NEW YORK, Aug. I Bobby Feller pitched the In- ht at the Margarita oym
Fort Lfulme p ahdi gam, for thTrillers r
'dlaks to a 5-3 victory over the Senators at Washington F r 2i Tc a.e.m wi1 argas
last night for his 16th win of the season and 224th as an lace winner f half e i* n /
Indian pitcher to beat the club's all-time record of 223 ~ AFRA4CIcsCO ^ o, Au) .(e t .tlanttim Of Pattntll
of Mel Harder who is now a Cleveland coach, hea-ywli- wil atemAt to ue.mB mt Powell's edged out a
The triumph gave the Indians sole pos s sion of sec- fiish to the comttebma ^ ee deemi on in two overtime pe-
ond place, two full games behind the idle Yankees, and ing and once invincible Joe de oer Ca ibeh. This goa LEAGUE TANiro-
one game ahead of, the third place Red Sox who dropped Bri6n thinks he now has the a way the lea ue stands now
and 8-6 decision to the lowly Browns at Boston in another experience necessary to clari t fy just fe d wercenta TEAMS- on 0t Pet.
night game. heavyweight ranks by wh a has played oe more Albrook .. .. 1.000
ping Louis and thus gaining.a a a. n Poes. r an Lincoln Life ..0..
Feller, who has lost only four more runs came home on a wild ahe near future.hampon p rwels W1 have theirr full force auri .... 1 B
games, was behind until the In- relay throw by Billy Goodman. ar said n an interview ut to ht to try to defeat each Royal Crown 1
dians pushed over three runs in Ned Garver. the Browns' ace sure, I lost to Louis in oitnterviewa t or. Tot... r l o
"Sure pi tc lost toiLouisvctoresagott. se e etars g Twoex altSlno tueloes -Iona td
the top of the ninth. The Indians, pitcher with 13 victories, left the I've gained a lot of expert For Caribe you will see stars wh eTwo exciting, tes e opening
ut Jim Heganhit hissecond gravated a pulled leg muscle in ence since then. I have to ad- ally Trout and Ray imons. For round in the second half f the
luble to spark the winning ral- the left thimit I was a bit awed by Joe's re- Powel's you will see Arnold Man- --
ouble to spark the winning ral- the left thigh. putation and I backpadalled. oAndeson, Bob Baley, ,
The Red Sox later protested "ThiIs time I'm ging to wa t '1'Bullvan and the newly add- : Pi iflfl 12
Mike Garcia then came in to the game, claiming that Paige's right in and keep on top of him edJim Brady. All these players
g the Senators in order in the stituted a balk motion with that there will be only one oth- for you tonight, and remember it
ginth. Feller gave up eight hits. men on base. er man in the ring and I fear dbes not even cost you a cent to
In the Boston game, the last 1no one. I am sauke 'll be able to ,0e theinm play. .A lav
place Browns upset the Red Sox The fast deflating White Box win the decision," he conclud- The Powell's-Caribe game will
by putting over four runs on just dropped seven and one-half ed. be the second game of the night.
two hits in the eighth inning. Re- games behind the idle Yankees Louis admits that Bri6n is in the first ame of the night we American League
ref pitcher Satchel Paige gained when the Athletics defeated them tough, but Joe expects to win by find I08rd "D" Battery up against
bis second victory since return- 4-2 in a Philadelphia night con- a knockout. He said, "My reflexes Westinghoue. This game also TEAMS- Wen Lot Pet. G.B
ing to the majors although young test for their tenth defeat in are better than they have been in promises to be a good one.. New York. A1 35 .6 0 -8
Jim McDonald had to quell a Red their last eleven games. several years. I admit I can't There will be a special attrkc- Cleveland. S 2 .M4
$ox three-run ra ly in the eighth. Lefty Alex Kellner pitched a move around as fast as I used to tlon tonight. The Margarita and Boston . 5 3 A04 3
Jim Delsing's double and a pair seven-hitter to Win his seventh and I can't hit as often. But my the Cristobal Biddy League teams Chicago. 54 46 1 !
6f walks loaded the bases in the game. Hank Majeski led the of- titning is good and I can hit with will play at the half of the first Detroit . 48 50 .40 1t1/
Browns' victory rally. Fred Marsh fensive against his old team- both hands." game as an exhibition for their Washington 41 53 44 1
singled to score Delsing and two (Continued on Page EIGHT) Joe has a lot of admiration for parents to come and see the little Philadelphia 3s 60 .3 2 14
Bri6n. He said, "Bri6n has a good boys in action. The first game of ous . 1 6A .86 8
right hand and he takes a punch the Atlantic Basketball League Li 1 .-8W/
"bl' r 3rd well. He comes straight at you at will start at 7:00 on the dot. All
OSSIbilit O 3rd a or all times. He keeps you on the go parent and fans should try to TODA GAMES
all the time. In our first eight n attend these games. Detroit at New York (2).
D e D Chicago, I piled up a big lead in Cleve. at Wash. (twl-Night).
Lea ue D s uss urin the early rounds but in the last PaChiv.oat W s. ,, N ,
League Discussed During rouhds he crowded m." Pacific interclub C ic atP'i (N).
S0 "Crowding" le what Brl6n ha ^ St. Louis at Boston.
B as bal In1 1 min md from the opening bell Chesn Tournament--
B baseball Investigation this time. Hymie Wallman, his YESTERDAVS REBULTS
United States manager, has laid Underway Tonight NIGHT GAME
By HERBERT FOSTER out a campaign that calls for ag- Cleveland ............ 5
United-PressStaff Correspondent gressiveness from the start. The Interclub Chess Tourna- Washington ...... ... 3
o Louis also pointed out that ment will get under way at the
Bri6n throws a pretty good right Pacific Clubhouse tonight begin- NIGHT GAME
WASHINGTON, Aug. 1 (UP)- eight Pacific Coast League hand-and Louis admits that he nin at 7:15. St. Louis .. .. .... .. .. 8
National League President Ford club are ready to move into himself can be hit quite easily This tournament is sponsored Boston .............. 6
trick told House baseball inves- the majors together, with a right. On the other hand, by the Pacific Chess Club to de-
tigators yesterday that the Pac- Frick said that creating a third Bri6n has looked wide open to termine the club's champion 10HT GAME
the Coast Loop will be taken into big league on the West Coast lefthanded swings from his spar- player and its Class "A" group. Chicago.. .. ........ 2
the-majors "if and when" its would be far easier than adding ring partners. Already ten potent players have Philadelphia.. .. .. .. 4
clubs feel they are "ready.' some teams to the present major So it may turn out to be a registered their names to parti-
He made the statement after circuits. For example, he said, battle of LOuiS' lefts and Bri- cipate in what promises to be the (Only Games Scheduled.)
Chairman Emmanuel Celler, D., moving the St. Louis Browns 6n's rights. battle of the giants.
N.Y., of a House Monopoly Sub- franchise to Los Angeles would Co-Promoters Jimmy Murray Alvin R. Williams, William C. Natl a
committee, warned that the price start a "chain reaction" of com- and Lou Thomas predicted that Thornton, Adolph Holder, Joseph nlain
of exempting organized baseball plications in which the Pacific the late interest in the fight M. Forde, Clyde Curnberbatch,
from the anti-trust laws would be Coast Loop, would have to find a would result In a $75,000 gate. Pedro Valdes, Vernal "Pee Wee" TEAMS- Won Lost Pet. G.B.
for the present majors to allow replacement club, and the league That would mean about 14,000 Joe$, Alfred Hamilton,.J&eat& Brooklyn ,63 2 .603 -
big-league ball west of the Mis- from which the replacement people in the huge San Franci Talor,andflerbert Anderson are 'iWe Yory, 44 .-
Awppi came would have to find a re- co "Cow Palace." entered for the tourney. Philadelphia 40 49 .50 a
"If you exempt you, you'll have placement, and so on. Bridn said he would leave here All games will be played on St. Louis . 46 48 4-59
to1eorient your thinking," Celler He also said that transporta- for New York immediately after Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- Boston . 45 49 .479 17
lF rlck. "You can't keep this tion problems would cause ached- the fight. From New York he will days. Ciheinnati. 43 52 .455$
ombjete hold on major league ule difficulties if West Coast take a FAMA plane for Argenti- Chicago. 39 51 .483 2
statla. Stop saying there will be clubs were In the present maj- na and visit with his family. Pittsburgh 39 57 .406W 1
Imat leagues only east of the ors. Mtc Sornt
lui5ppi" This caused Hillings to com- r TODAY'S GAMES
Frick replied that the Pacific ment that Frick doesn't have Ffn New York at Chicago (2).
Coast League has no request "much cff a pioneering spirit"- U On. P t Elf Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (N).
pDoding at present to be pro- An apparent reference to the pos- Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
meted to a third major circuiIt sibiltieo of air travel.e r -- Boston at St. Louis.
on equal footing with the Na- Friek said big league clubs TheI .... ...
tibtal and American Leagues. probably could be supported in TYSTERDAY'B RESULTS
It also is opposed-as league Oakland, San Francisco, Port- NIGHT GAME
-to having any of its individual land, Los Angeles, some other Brooklyn ............ 8
teams raised to major status, community in the Los Angeles Pittsburgh.......... 3
While leaving the rest in the min- area, and perhaps Seattle. P T g
ors he said. Celler commented that the NIGHT GAME
Stick said the Pacific Coaut committee will hear more on that 0 y Philadelphia.......... 7
League was not turned down for subject from Leslie O'Connor. ' .- NewMexaMn.Skin Cincinnati.......... 5
major league status in 1947. but general counsel of the Pacific e. armwitblanolin
was merely given data on big Coast League. r nih NIGHTGAME
league problems and costs. Celler told baseball representa- ine "holds" Boston .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6
; "It became obvious to us that ties to hurry up and provide the GntlvUodicanh St. Louis .. .. .. .. .. .. 0
the Pacific Coast League had no records on salaries, profits and Gntl dicat St. Louis -0
desire to become a major league," the "farm system" which have 'New York 030 001 000-4 9 2
he p said. been promised to the investiga- .... Chicago 010 o02 000-- 11 0
Rep. Patrick J. Killings, R., tors. Unless the records are pro- Hearn (10-5. Jones, Maglie
CiI., protested that the day vided soon, he said. the commit- ,. . and Yvars; Hiller (6-91, Hatten
nmay never arirve when all tee will subpoena them. Connie Ryan IEwell lBlackweU and Burgess, Owen.


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4


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.. . 6


Maurieto-
Luft... ......
Gibto.t .- I ..
Minot'. ..
Cotton ..
Hilzinger ......
Olhoeft.. .....
Presho ........
Totals. ........


PG FT
4 3
6 1
1 0
0 0
3 8
1 3
22 14


Score By Quarters
Albrook 20 38 S 1
Mauricio 12 22 438 5
SECOND GAME
Royal Crown- FG FT TP
Hightower.. .. .. 3 1 7
Fong.......... .0 0 a
Sonell ...... .. .. 2 0 4
Arosemena. .... 4 2 10
Celils.......... 4 1 9
Williams....... 1 0 2
Santos .. ......6 2 14
Brindell...... ..2 0 4
Santos, .... ...0 0 0
Total. .........22 6 50
Lincoln Life- FG FT TP
Downing........ 2 0 4
Kourany, 0 .... 4 0 8
Phillips ........ 3 1 7
McArthur, E .. 1 0 2
Brady ........ 8 4 16
Trout ........ 2 0 4
Kourany. E..... 1 0 2
McArthur, G... .. 3 5 11
Totals. ... .... 22 10 54
Score By Quarters
Royal Crown 12 21 38 50
Lincoln Life 18 34 49 54
Referees: Rennick and Telese.
Timer: Jack E. H. Baldwin. Scor-
er: Bill LeBrun.


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Pacific Itball LetiuOe Sun-
day night As tite Albrook Flyers
nosed out the o team by
core de l tW aid the Lincoln
Life 4 ama up *i~ latored ROY-
al Crown s qid by t core of 54
to 50.
Maurcloe demonstrated that
they arb not gn to be the easy
mark for t other teams that
they were Ai tet first half of
play end bi form *li-poit mar-
gin the Flyers filed up in the see.
ond qttarsq, the gi might
have goue t 4he way, as a las
quarter splurge by the Sportsmen
left them o t i tingl point be-
hind, but attempts for goals by
Gibson aMl W hft hit the rim and
bounced back and Albrook wu
able to suOcufuly "freeze" the
ball until thI ]Mt few seconds of
play whbn on Let got under the
basket Spad duaped in the final
goal of te gam.
Although krpMilly weaken-
ed by the 10u ofOlbon and Ca-
palbo, WO MAlhur's Lincoln
Life team funishe the upet of
the evenli Who .ta downed
the Royail own intm by a four-
point mmgi .a a ipn which
they were fMlf behla M they
lumped into It. lk bW-point
lead in the Afl.t ttrt ard had
built t 9 a Iott Bilik by the
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Big Junes 15 uoseb teos


N W YORK. Aug. 1 n- WP a 0aCM elus tell J **hfll
hard-bitten old b Bambll m Waynr rm6n4l, theO t r.o
e anch Ide a good W e Ad ther
e at helps both Mit. T t f1?U Brok-
Mdes. lyn a W** I' 4 i
That *sepa to fit both those Brue r Kdw s..iildee
controvei1Irlay? ttOSis that MikM*. oiatflhdbt Poll He*mAa
kickbtop- p A fhl atilier this ski aId pltn ie .w .MIto.
Season and iWe elul involved All the ow Oubs hai tien
ofess to 'te /bllrl hIpp wIth to" t o Do yftatM-
heir swaps. Broe n rt=AMM
If anyone was ftinflamm edS it ap parental P t P a
was the Cleveland Indians but leat atdmotit PM S Mfae It
they say: "sot tu'" look all t e btatt e oki W up
.*,., .* .. a lair K 1 that uwn him
"We're saUuied with o forle h weeks. h ,
trade,"-A'Lopesa Bathmit LiOAtOt t S*
of the IMIm "W- M to pVy I imaltns a oA Fut i t ltti
a high prite but w Wat we Brod3dO Kn
nte d = ..a that angle. So l WS a old
pit hrr us ." o er-chlbnii We l dt1m
Gen eral ia*0t ebl br -allge. As long
berg admit. hed ddiak the &ae ouldqt beat him, tey o t
trade all gr Iadt, itr iearme up --"" _. _
Tho e nrdlans*Wrt forced to Kt PIVay round Sports
Otpresatq Miot to the C o i ""
White Box to get what theyWMat---
o from the Philadelphia AtbeIt-, TANK
tics Brssie. a lett-hande4 (G( Tsfotnte-1M
pitoler With a geat heart, The ortnati t lmmsn of Paral
White Box wanted Miftlso badly WOh the olf h]oilp id
and their judgment was prowd at Latk VIlw bRl hpark, m task
true "When the dark sktnned ilast week.
dpeedster took command of the This a~fair w M tMe by
American L61 tbattti race. the Physlc1l ducation and Itse
ut in the dal the W te la0 creation 1faM1 h Who gave the
JPve Up two players to the Phil- awards for the tournament.
ephia Athleties and one of The youngltet had to pe0s
em happened to be Out Zer- Olgolon Clatke of Bed Tank who
al, who promptly became one of came through With 368 h the
the league's top home run belt- first nine holes While the younm.
ers. He hadn't a single homer for ster was one bVtr.
the Box. torrogloda Wa two underpr
If anything, Jimmy Dykes of in the first tine hole and wst8
the A's is the winner in this going great when he folded Up la
trade since Gloomy Gus became 186 17, and 18 holes.
Oleeful Gus. Dykes was mighty Bernard Serbino wa doing fin*
afraid he'd have to Rive up Per- until a few hooks and Wilse
ris Fak, his prized first sacker, threw him off. JOhn Buckley Wai
it order to strengthen his club. rated number ofie man to win
But the three-cornered deal, en- the tournament. He Was a little
gineered by the White Sox, sick.
brought him four players And Porter and Corbli of Oatun
cash. And he still has Fain. played well but missed a few
The Chicago Cubs-Brooklyn putts.
Doegn deal right on the Jtme How they Flaished
15 deadline was the othet noisy Orman Siimmon (Pargiso)... 78
one. Looked like the Dodgers Olgolon Clarke (Red Tank),. 74
had Omtnmitted a tall tivflMiat Maria Torroglota (RXteTank) 7S
Betfl's Drat's affair. Bernard terbiho (Paralso)... 71
Popular Andy Pafko of the John Buckley (Red Tank).... 17
Cubs was shipped to Brooklyn. Sinclair Porter (Gatun)..... 78
That was bad enough. But the Earl Corbin (Ottm) ........ 78

Yankees Send Jensen Back

To Mi nors, Exchange Mapes

NEW YORK, Aug. 1 (UP)-The 25-year-old outfielder hit 10 doet
New York Yankees and Detroit bles, 13 triples and 14 nomers t1"
Tigers were Idle yesterday, 4 gaAlts last year. Hi .304 bat-
The Yankee took advantage ting average was the highest .a
of the off-day to do some player the Kansas City squad.
Switching. They sold outfielder The latest official Americalt
Cliff Mapes to the Browns on Association averages show Cdev
waivers, optioned Jackie Jensen, Is hitting .354 this season. 'I
another outfielder to Kansas City leais tie Association with 2~
and called up two. rookies from home tuns and in runs batted It
that American Association club. with 94. Cerv bats and throWs
Graduating from.i Kansas City right-panded.
are pitcher Bob Wisler and out- Wiesler is a 2o-year-old 1ohth..
fielder Bob Corvr Wesler in a 30-year-old onth-
flderpaw who has a rd of eight
"The Browns did some more wins and ilk 0lasts. T0 yOung-
trading with the Yanks through star leads th* AMsoeiatiot with
the New Yorkers' Karnas City 131 trikeoutt,'but n* thaitd li*.
farm club. 8t., Louis *eht four w a I I through lat Friday's
players to the Blues. Infielder ee. .I
Tom Upton and pitcher Lou "T l kid C#rv is hota# a fir.-
Aleater go to Kansts City on op- cracker and We've got to $ ve his
tion. Pitcher Bob Hogue and in- a chance," ays fng.l "Jens1a
fielder Kermit Wah- were sold, 1 hitting .Mt an4 nss hsi. ese-i
outright to Kansas City. homers tor us which Isn't bad, out
Cerv was tabbed as a star of he's played in les than ai'dowsh
the future When he stepped from ames this mo*tn. That's acn
the University of Nebraska di- =cod tor a kid Who needed all the
pus to Kansas City last year. The experience he can get."
The Browns also hid some bus-
Swnes Wth the Chicago White
M80. They sent outfielder Ray
PLAY SAFE I oeman to Chicago on waiver
When It'al t...I aT deal. Coleman, Who hits left and
throws right-nanded, lU hitthm
A2 L With a7 ruts-batttd-in. Th
White 8ox have lost ten of their
last eleve game s and are ai
rrs kniaw Paoori fourth place, seven and one-halt
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WId .ll, W ith Zonian..dre- to ru
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oe IA Mr. 6M ra. prt Va KNOXVILL, Te., Aug. 1- "It was my ault, he w a not te0
tri I1t.9Comm ewe"aiath h
PaulM2, with famil,, the
nu1.&ut ftui ia~ tnd, t U hIi this new for hWi&t' fied refdinamic a owl










of thevenIn ard Progre8lve aeof Bala enttalat Wt a ^(UtP)-TWO good looking teenb to blame at all," she quoted the nderdev0
Ciln of the o imttbal Unl n Mrs ired ea. this "wives" youth. pan"I how her and I still ad









Chrc h y embers of the at the W hnyfor a few romantic tmoiae J want to mS. her.Pa so
we tabnl WD centered with an Mr. and Mui tr.g thd drlid forwther eyid Mit undecided whe The nto prle-ss the wMan
0Iarran ent ,madeofred, n r r trench anddahe, night and saiowered they owant ts-Ro charges turbet engine. Pr le t ne tem
who eervi included ,l fiften-year-old ey and he said Cat on due to goac thatde
r. w Andr M r. hhtk and Jhn 7-yer-old Cr61, t A and eaer t and refer












sMue(Zt. ftral Mrs .. Me were the dinner posts of Mr. and names were withheld by the get married Vist. LborlOb
and M A Dear M.ee- eeing, go throh official ceremn when I od out about the In handl
man we wl lve .aboa r the th the youths who pied ake margee" the mother said.
rs Pnam ay to ma Mr. d Mr. them p t n musement today t-ar But he talked o weekly at th I
Mr ho FOtna of Caro- etn Prom Vaeton-i-tenoon. I dont now wht to do; l
toal was he tan a- r. nd Mrs. Alnden A. Flinn o The boys took the a e got a b heart."










Bator from mem iri o*6tohe nG Qat"n returned fir"m vacationym AA the tark r de, then ound r
bovo olnid t e trd al Mondy other .8. Pnm.hento n hom The moher dvorcee who
t cture'ofthe church They spe nt three months ity,of a friend whome Bble cares for thewife and child of A edb
ordarll%" of tho. F'or dt- -Oriin - nthe ra
LeahepArn a-Tudd j. Th nDuty "n tie ge





which is nwvred by the members o State s an 10oedmr d from the .NOXVIed a preacher and mar- her son who as In Iceland, s aid
ofthe eLadies Aid S Proety. s r was aSt to th e Westt where they (UP-Two good lootmngteen- to blameat all," she quoted the underdeve
Cete ofwithe Critobal Uniond- vted with relatve I n Neaged irls,he hobecame"wves youth. "I love her, and I still











lOdthdei br~h In-m--- p Hy bo e gri hofe ad would look ym t i on eM co
Ladd Mrs L Lindre, Mrs. 'ofthe t at alote for a few romantic mun want touples intended to go
Henry Meoeneimer s h. The member of the .C.. Chargfind their marrtinge through ltty l motr said she w with an
Stable ws entered with an Mr.alub J ort Quik will ud, dried their last undecided whether to press the rify th e
arrMoist Mrs Johnt made of red, pink, at the horse ef the preach igW ht andsaid they, want to charges i et Caron or let One Item,
white and orchid pentis. Those John Fahnestock. rmake it legal. oe2utty eheadand marry him d tes rnal
who e r ncludedcordiallyinvitedtoFifteen-year-old TetPyechr h e said Caont is due to e on
Mrs. Howard C. Anderson, Mrs. Mtrs. Fahteftck and John 1r-year-old Carel. hose list Overseas Aug.5 and is eager to and referr
a Amub L, Craig, Mrs. 2. F. Mc- were the dinner guests of Mr. and names were withhem. b the get married first. Labor Orr
Clelland, Mrs. William F. ready Mrs. red A. Owen a Tuetranngday police, said theyaring beore Att "When I fould h killed him crdane
and Mrs. A. Dear. Mrs.. e- evening. go threqupment m ot ugh official ceremonies when I od out about the in handle
n, who will lohneave aboard rstobal and there chdr on the ridge o an and Carmonuths were still vo picking mad them other said.
.sle. Panam nL ptriday to make Mr. anr. FMAn Basthem up at an amusement pa rk "ut he t hal t hed so sweetly atthInor
her home in Oteena, North Caro- Return From aeatn s a s unday afternoon. marry him t o see me in a ttle whilat to do;
lina, was presented with an Mr. and Mrs Alen FlUniveritynn Of The boys took tmarry heher," sgirlai. for a I've got a big nt to mar ry me brsement.
gator frommember of the un- tun returned f whee he aca a mtion ember ofwhrlon the mothark rides, head ob- really, I l arry hm. I
day heool and the traditiolgal Monday on the 8.8. Panam. drOve then to the country home The mother, a divorcee who n
gift ofaicture of the church They spent three months in the of a friend who, Bible iM hand. cares for the ,wife and child of Ai Pr.e
which Is given by thne fnsihers of States and motored from the poed as a preacher and maY- her son who is in Iceland, said
the Ladies Aid ncludcietyd Mr. as asted by the West Cat where thy ied them. Betty had ever even had a Inform
prs. Warred with beautiful hand- visited with relatives in New The honeymoons ended some- date before. Mrs. hu
kercflefs by all present. Warrn, Nw York and California. time before dawn Wheh the Authorities indicated they Empire fr
Other members and guests in- again. Teyoy wererove the girls home and would look sympathetically on d in co
clouded: Mrs. Philip Havend for, they told their mothers the cir- the case if the nles declin- due Mrs
Mrs. NormanDavn, Mrs T, D. NHall CO. WI Club to cumtanes o the "double ed to press charges and the timers(UP A 1,000,000 match ac '
















ted in Boton, Mas: Mr. Bucky story will go into operation next ddig
Ladd, Mrs. C L Lindpres en, Mrs. eet at Gulck. A. Wedding." young couples intended to go
aenry Heppenaeimer, Maaly Mr.h- The members. of the N.C.O. Charged with violating the through legal marriage cere- A anyone
ard Jeatonks, Mrs. Wilbur White, Wive Club of ort nday ulick will ge of consent law ereThhereto- monies verify the
Mrs. Gerhardn aLust, Mrs. H.ton A. hold a morning coffee Thrsda mas Carmn, 19, a soldier duemorted couple's r
Moist, Mrs.ohn Dovel, Mrs childre- at 9 am. at the meof the prs ta to leave for Korea, h "mar- Carol, like Betty a striking tocommus l 8 per cent
da M. Bodyton Mrs. Luke Pal- dent, Mrs. Geore Marsh, to in- biabthed" Betty, and Terry Brte 20 brunette said he family had mn l
umbo, Mnta Clar While er the produce new members. All club enit one of more than and1, avy eteran who Was "wed" no intention of prosecuting
Gordon .be guet at the homeer, Mrs. J. W members aFlor dia. lly invited to 00e ROTC midshipmen from to Carol.The "Preacher,"Roy Britebut she hda different traction
. kon. AnThey pl an a ten- an Jos, Calforne and universitiesArnwne, 18 as charged with kind of problemBrte asn'ttelephoneo tche a day.
Mrs. A. y AAntono, lhrs, e C. -d currently undergone mphb- abetting them. round. He i fBarbaeera n bal.
Stevens, Mrs.- John Cr(e, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs, Owen ious training both ashore and But at a hearing before Atty. "When I found out the mar- Pulsifer

















S in the absence of Chap- ersk. Miss Koperski will teach MieI
Narvey Smith, Mrs. M. L eksh. A Aived Today afloat. Midshipman Drew ii in- (Gen. Hal Clements, Jr., Betty triage was a fake, I felt terrible," Maine, in
Mrs. William ,lute Mevr. CaC l Mr. and Mrs. i W. Owen, of specting navigation equipment mother reported that the girl Carol said. "But I didn't get empe lCoy
at the Church ou r Saviour in their our on the bridge of an mphbiou and Carmn were still voicing mad t him clerk n t
Lesleigh DavCris.tobal and re- rtorin ay abo there ea landing ship tied up atthe U mutual love more than 24 hours
dence de acfco after spending for Naval Amphibious Base Little after they had been parted imagine tht he'll be by


















o Lorin C. Cooper, former C a- She *WI I
dinner Party months visiting with fiends and creek, Norfolk, Va. He is a stu- "Betty wants to marry him to see me in a little while," she struction
Welcomes Vacationers relatives in England. dent at the University of Colo- and he wants to mary -.her," said. "If he wants to marry me bursemen'
Mr. and Mrs. ilberttLee of New rado, where he is a member f said the mother, ho had ob- really, I will a him. I Mr. a
CRetu rted d r i t an s. a gm hEpsilonfraternity, t#ined Carmn's views in a talk think he'll be back. I have r i nd Ui

















Mr. and Mrs. Emerson W. Cot- driving on the 1sthmas last week A A AA A I 1 DAA ,
returning vacationers who arriv- with him at theirth twoail. feeling."t young sons, who





















With GREAT SUCCESS Will u
who retu r Sensat i of nal Sr1kle i,."PFn- '*' .. ..
at teirn II g- Strike M tchesV "--
inU cludedMr. and panledlby their daughters ylv iaa
Uri. Warren 0. Schultz of Mar- and Elaine. They motored from-
garta with their son Warren, New York to Fort Worth, Texas Of Own Make Soon Ml0 T TA S
who spent the put three months and back again. They were away
g~ittimn Philadelphlia, Pa.; and for three months. CARACAS, Venezuela, Aug. 1
Mr. aa'd4 M t..W. B. Hall who (UP)-A $1,000.000 match fac-
visitedInBo'ton, h.Mr. Ducky tory will go Into operation next
Hall wa* alSo present. Mr. And, ,Rt. ft. A. Koperski week, it was announced today.
Returned Mohday First of Its kind In Venezuela,
To Y6aeautiof at Santa Clara New Cristobal returned Monday country which heretofore used A
Chltplain and Mrs. Milton A. after spending four months va- imported matches. Native raw
Cookson with their Children, cation in the States. They visited materials will supply 86, per cent
Joyce Thomas, Rosemai'y and With their son and daughter-in- of the total used.
Anm, eft this morningoen route law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Xo- Machinery bought in the
will, be guests at the home of Mrs.' Miami, Florida. Th~y motored to Germany will produce about C O N T IN U E S
J, J. Jackson. They plan a ten- San Jos6, Californta atd visited 700,000"boxes of matches a day.
day vacation. their daughter Mis Barbara Jo.-
,,During the absence of Chap- oerski. Miss Xoperski will teach
lain Cookson, the Reverend Da- this fall in the high school at o 11
vid Reed will be pastor in charge Danville, CaUfornia. S U1. r
Xaw Cristobal and will be In res- Loring C. Coop-e- SAI
idence at the rectOry. Returns to Isthmus, I
Loring C. Cooper, former Ca- M O TIAIAO
Mr, and Mrs. Cottrell nal emp has been reemploy A A
Returned Monday ed in theIndustrial Bureau, or-
Mr. and Mts. erson W. Cot- driving on theIsthmus lst week
trell of Gatun Were among the from Lot Angeles. Mrs. Coopert0NA
returning vacationers who arriv- and their two young sons, who


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Don't Il sluggish and
miserable. Don't let
W prices *c ol Your ay.
SAL HEPATICA bring.
you gentle, *spdy rlef,
S usually with an hour.
Antacid SAL HEPATICA
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Use this sensible precaution a
the fit sign of a cold. Gargs
LISTERINE Antiseptic, fal
strength, and auack gerne O
throat surfaces before they attid
you. LISTERINE Antilsept
reaches way back on throat san
fscs to kill million ofgeoms..
the kind of germs that csa alk
a cold mtoe treoblesomne. Is so
lives throat Irritation due to I
cold-may elp ao w d ofs
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o f SM t ruu of
A. Aug. 16 (UmW -
d for bold and effective

tiona Economic and 80-
cil unmdrway hert.
dimon biah, Santa
d the delegates that
i_0Nld" &I the w= I
f flal ad adica
oth world eoohomic
r the present economic
i. he Ald, are due to the
th 0eed totearm "has
d on a large part of the
thi hkrd faetl of ag-
nd the eceity.for self
Btate that aggression."
the firtt action of the
lay Wk adoption of the
i agenda. One change
or*e adption, r om-
y U.S.$ legato Isador
ultkd In a higher place
nds fat an item entl-
lomic development of
loped countries."
mall will be dealing
mutually heavy a enda,
w oontalnae I7 tems.
deali with allega-
arding, kifringmito of
n rgtti, was removed
ed to the Internalional
jnination. This I ac-
Wlth WCOWO 'a practice
ng such allegations
ation Sought
sifer Family
Wlon Aid
nation about Mr. and
le Pttluifer. who lived at
oni 1600 to 1918.is. need-
nectlon with a pension
Pulsifer under the "old
enalon plan.
who could personally
facts concerning this
evidence here is asked
nicate with the Retire-
rk. Room 102, Adminis-
ilding, Balboa Heights,
2-2661.
came from Auburn,
June 1906.During his
Mnt with the Isthmian
nizhlsion, he served as
he office of the Culebra
luditor. Culebra Con-
Division and the Dis-
t Department.
id Mrs. Pulifter and
children left the Isth-
in" 1913 to fo tojan
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BRANCH SORE on Tvoll Avonu

ANNIESARY SALE CONTINUES.

FURTHER PRICE REDUCTIONS

EVENING DRESSES

NOW From 7.95

COCKTAIL DRESSES


NO W From 6.95

SPORT AND STREET DRESSEIS

NOW From 3.95

Nylon and Rayon LINGERIE I

OVERNIGHT CASES

ALL SALES CASH ALL SALES FINAL


FELIX B. MADURO, S.A.
BRANCH STORE QNLY
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KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
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I FOR SALE
Household
i VOR SALE:-7 cu. ft. Coldspot re-
frigerator. 1949 Chevrolet Sport
Coupe, block, excellent condition;
15,000 miles. 0788-E. William-
sonPlace. Phone Baiboa 6410.
BARGAIN! Leaving. Livingroom. din-
ingroomr. bedroom set. No. 19,
46th Street Apt. 1. Tel. 3-3392

POR SALE-LiUingroom set hand wov-
en wool rugs; complete dining-
room mahogany set; CGn-munity
plate set of twelve; complete set
Srrohogcny bedroom fU-nItureW w ti
double bed. box spring;. Irner-
spring mattress; four .Lirnrc Top-
pan stove with oven: 8 fcot Norge
refrigerctcr; 20 gat:on Hots.'renm
heater. Telephone Panama 3-0343.

FOR SALE:-7' Phico Refrigerator,
5 year guarantee. 2 years old.
House R 31 apartment F, Rous-
seau.

FOR SALE: Odd pieces of blue
Fiesta wore dishes. One 4 Qt.
Presto pressure cooker. Reasonable.
Phone 2-3631.

FOR SALE:-5 piece wicker set, new
cushions, $25. Writing desk with
choir S20. Desk lamp $2. Balboa
2-3582.

FOR SALE:-Iron porch table, with
four chairs. t80.00. Fourth of July
Ave. No. 19.

FOR SALE: Modern overstuffed
sofa and two chairs. Good condi-
tion. very reasonable. 800-D, Bal-


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MORRISON'S
Ns*. 4 Fourth of July Ave
Phone 2-N41

BOTICA CARLTON
Io.0S Melnder Ave.
Phone 255-Col6n.


FOR SALE
Automobiles@
WE HAVE token in too many used
cars and must sel. at a loss! Prices
below the average TRADE-IN
value. Many makes and models.
Financing available. NASH
AGENCY.
FOR SALE:-Trucks: One GMC, 5
t-n, 1947, excellent condition.
GMC 2 1-2 ton. Army type, 10
wheels, 1942. One international
2 1-2 ton, 1947. long chassis. In-
ternational 2 1-2 ton, 1947, short-
chassis. One Mack 5 ton, 1947,
excellent condition. Telephone 2-
0610, Panama.
FOR SALE:-1950 Mercury 4 door.
9.0CO miles w;!h radio. $1,750.
Plinoe Corozol 85-4269.
FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac, low mi-
leage. Phone Balboa 3607, Diablo
Fire Station.
FOR SALE: Blargainl Packard,
1951, Ultromatic Drive, 7,000
miles, white tires, as good as
new. See at Nash Agency or call
2-1790 for demonstration.
FOR SALE: 1948 Ford 4-Door.
Duty Paid. In good condition. Must
sell. $800.00 cash. Cpl. Blissett.
Bldg. 804 Albrook. Phone Albrook
2136.

WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:-Nice unfurnished 3 nr 4
Sbdrcom house with yard. Con-
tact Public Affairs Officer, U. S.
Embassy.
WANTED: Three wheel motor
....p A i.. l C C entral. 1 26.1


* boa. corner Tavcrnillo and La a scooter. Apply '.u'au vc.a.,. -,
' ca Road. filivor Ave. or Peicher Kardonski,
-39 Central Avenue, Panama.

F S AIE WANTED-Cash for good type signal
OR SALE Generator, Audiolyzer or Chana-
lvst, condenser checker, etc. Phone
o* ohrvclep1 83-2165.
FOR SALE:-Motorcycle Indian, ver- te PorstiOn
tical twin, good condition, '4-567. te1 rPosition
; Houe 171-B, Pedro Miguel.
S 1 -U. S. University graduate, experi-
enced. seeks position as account-
FOR RENT ant clerk. Tel. 2-1506.
S -. Ronm LESSON S


I RENT:-.-urn;shed room. soa- Modern piano instruction for children
.us Privte entrance. No. 5. Da- or adults. Fees moderate. Bennett's
ven Street Apt. 4, opno- 't Pan- Studio, Juan B. Sosa, No. 9, Tel.
o'ha American. Tel. 2-3189. 2-1282. .


Repertoire ops

Third In A Row

NEW YORK. Au_. 1 (UP) -
Consistent is the word for the
three-year-old Repetoire.
The Mrs. Nors Mikell colt rack-
ed up his third consecutive vir-
torv yesterday afternoon by gal-
loIong to a two and one-quarter
length win in the Nadayr Han-
dicap at Jamaica.
Jockey Eddie Arcaro gave Re-
petolre a confident ride. booting
im to the front aloncg the rail as
the field hit the final bend. Once
in the lead. Arcaro had no trou-
ble nulling him away to win In a
waltz.
Magic Words-after setting the
Earlv pace-had nothing left for
Ate final run and faded to fourth.
Mighty Quest finished second and
Delegate, third.
Repetoire-with eight wins in
11 starts this year-paid $3.20.
42.40 and $2.10.
The time for the six furlongE
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small fraction of its capacity, and
at a high cost per patient day.
Warren wrote: "Further, the
facilities substantially duplicate
those of Fort Clayton Army hos-
pital 40 miles distant, which is
also being operated at a fraction
of capacity but at a cost of only
$14 per patient day."
Warren's letter referred to the
long standing controversy in the
committee over Coco Solo and
added:
"It is my thought that the
committee would be interested in
the failure of the Navy to deac-
tivate the hospital when the need
for its facilities abated after the
close of the war."
Rear Admiral Hubert L. Pugh,
the Navy's Surgeon General, told
the committee he had "not heard
anything about Panama for so
long that I assumed everything
was all right and that the whole
situation had been settled to the
satisfaction of everybody con-
cerned."
Gilmore iaid: "It is our un-
derstanding that the forces in
that area are going to expand
rather than contract.
"To close the hospital would
be a reduction on our mobiliza-
tion potential in this most stra-
tegic area.
"There would be some mone-
tary savings in the closure of this
hospital, together with an in-
crease in the variety of clinical
cases available for study and
training purposes at Clayton."
He said that on the other hand
the transportation of patients
was likely to be unsatisfactory if
Coco Solo were closed, since the
railroad service is limited to two
trains per day and transporta-
tion by ambulance is hazardous
and uncertain owing to mountain
highway road conditions.


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RHEUMATISM

While You Sleep
If you suffer harp, stabbing pains, if
JoInti are swollen, It shows your blood
may be poisoned through faulty kidney
action. Other symptoms of Kidney Dis.
orders are Burni, Itchiln Pasurge,
Strong, Cloudy Urine, Gettlng ip
Nights, Backaces,. Lumbago. Leg
Pains, Nerronanes, Dissilneaa. Head-
aches. Coida, Puffy Anklea. Circles un-
der Eyes. Lack of Energy, Appetite,
etc. CytOx lIfhtt these troubles by
helping the Kidmeye in S ways: 1. Helps
clean out poisonous aclda. 2. Combat:
terms in the urinary system. 3. Soothes
Eand l-, lrt 1tlted t|lauus. aet Cystex
from any druglrat. Sea how quickly It
pus u tsOon the road to enjoying life


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MISCELLANEOUS
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Write Allchelkics Aaenymeu
lon 2031 Ancen, C. L,

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS STRUCTURES FOR SALE
For sole to the highest bidder,
Buildings Nos. 275, Ancon; 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, Balbooa,
and the Housing Managers at Balboa
Heights, Coocli and Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE:-Bby's bicycle, good con-
dition, $15.00. Cushman Airborne
Scooter, fair condition,' new tires,
$75.00. E. R. Albritton. House
712-D, Prado, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Stock of Emerson Ra-
dio parts, tubes, etc., original va-
lue $1,500.00. To go to highest
bidder over $300.00. International
Import Co., No. 5 6th Street.
Panama City.
FOR SALE: Singer sewing foot
machine, Royal portable typewriter.
' panel bed. Phone 916, Colon.
FOR SALE: Simmons youth bed
complete and in good condition.
Apply upstairs at the All America
Cable Building in Old Cristobal or
phone 3-1713.
FOR SALE:-One German police dcg.
Coll at No. 9 N Street, Apt. 15.
Panama.
M ISC . . . ...
trailer, one table RCA radio, one
25 cycle, 9 foot' Westinghoate re-
frigerator. House 813 1-2 Empire
Street, Balboa. Phone 2-1361.
FOR SALE:-Youth bed, $25, good
condition, chair and stool, slip cov-
ered $12. 4-567. House 171-B
Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE: Very cheap. National
cash register. "Sanitary" meat
.grinder, 600 lbs. on hour. Freezer
suitable for restaurant. Ham slicer.
gos stcve, 4 burner and broiler. 4
Neon lamps, 48", 9 tubes, 1st St..
N- 7, Vista Hermosa. Tel. 3-
1468.


RESORTS
Williams Snta Clora Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frigidaires, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
Phillipl, Beach cottages, Santo Clara.
Box 435. Bolboa. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobol 3.1673.
Grom(ich'a Santa Clara beach-
cottages., Electric Ice -boxes. gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4.567.
HOTEL PAN-AMERICANO, El Voalle
Special for August. Room with
private both $35.00 per month,
$20.00 for 15 days. Meqls a la
carte. Reservations Tel. Pon. 2-
1112.
Tiny cottage, almost new. Two, three
people, Countrystyle comforts. ,Pri-
v acy. Near village. Wonderful
climate. Fritz Marti, El Volcon,
Chiriqui, Panama.
HOUSES ON BEACH Santo Clara, in-
expensive. Phone SHRAPNEL, Bal-
boa 2820 or see caretaker.

FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobol. Phone 1386. Co-
Ion.
FOR RENT: One room furnished
apartment. All modern convenien-
ces. Splendid location. 43rd Street
No. 13.
FOR RENT:-Best small apartment
value in town. See it and compare,
no obligation, Poitilla Airport Rd.
No. 121.
FOR RENT:-Unfurnished apartment
near American Embassy. Two bed-
rooms, livingroom, diningroom,
balcony. Peru Ave. Corner 11,
36th St. $80.00.
FOR RENT:-Very cool one bedroom
apartment for 2 persons or married
couple without children. Via E-r
paia 2021. Telephone 3-0749.
FOR RENT:-Furnished two bedroom
apartment, Bella Vista, also one-
room and both. Tel. 3-1648.


Buffalo Scoul Wip

VFW Scholarship


David George Zimpfer, 20, of
FOR SALE:-Table model radio, 5 Buffalo, New York, has been se-
tube General Electric Mahoganyleted as the winner of the $500
dressing table. 1 -2 H. P. motor scholarship and gold medal
25 cycle, 1-4 H. P. motor 25 warde an the Veter-
cycle. Table all steel 5 ft. Call awarded annually by the Veter
mornings or after 5 p. m. 0599- ans of Foreign Wars of the
D, Mindi St. Ancon. United States to the most out-
D, MindiSt. Ancon.___ standing Boy Scout of Ame-
rica.
New BOoks The award is based on the
candidate's outstanding service
~-- to others, scholarship, character,
"Dancing Diplomats," one of leadership active Scouting par-
the new books placed In circula- icipation and life saving. In all
i ,on during the past week by the of those fields, Dave, as he is
Panami Canal Libtary, is writ- familiarly called, has made an
ten by the late Henry W. Kelly, enviable record.
former Vice Consul at Iquitos, Starting as a Cub Scout in
Peru, and his bride. It is the story 1942, Dave completed all phases
of their life as "greenhorn diplo- of Scouting. In Cub Shouting he
mats" in Iquitos on the upper I was awarded the highest rank
Amazon. of "Wolf." In Boy Scouting he
Amazon. attained the rank of "Eagle."
The complete list of new books In Exploring he became a
at the Library follows: "Ranger." He is now assistant
Social Sciences: Business Cy- adviser in Exploring. He is now
cles and National Income, Han- a junior in the Arts Division
sen: The Air -Force Wife, Shea. of Canislus College.
Birds: Birds, Menabonl. n imfer s credited
Buildings: The Masonry House, Youh assisting in a rescureditefrom
Frankly. drowning in Niagara River on
Fine Arts: General Mechanical June 3, 1950. Dave, with three
Drawing, Jervis; Theater Buildother Explorers and C. R. Sim-
on the Air, Fitelson. mons, adviser, were camping on
Peri: Dancing Diplomats, Kel- Black Rock Canal which is par-
Ply. allel to the river and separated
from It by a sea wall. The swift
Fiction: Early Stories, Bowen; current had carried a-man in
Now or Never, Coles; The Marble a small boat to some reefs where
Forest, Durrant; The Valley of the boat capsized. He tore off his
Vision, Fisher; The World's Last shirt, waved it frantically and
Corner, Plievier; The Grand Wide shouted for help.
Way, Reynolds. Hearing the commotion, the
Explorers manned two canoesi
New Editions and Replace- and paddled across the canal.
ments: The Drum Goes Dead. Al- Fishermen helped them across
drich; The Boys From Sharon. the sea wall and into the river.
C oo p e r; The Semi-Detached Reaching the capsized boat with
House, Eden; Encyclopedia Brit- the man still clinging to it, the
annica; A Field Guideto the But- Explorers towed him to shore.
terflies, Klots; Drake's Cyclope-
dia or Radio and Electronics, VFW Auxiliary
SManly; Four Keys to Guatemala, V A iiay
Kelsey; Goode's School Atlas, Plans Bingo
Goode. Plans Bingo
Tomorrow Night


Bomos Blast nail Lines
Outside Buenos Aires
BUENOS AIRES. Aug. 1 (UP)
-Four small bombs' placed on
the San Martin railroad tracks
near Linlers suburban station in
west Buenos Aires today, explod-
ed early this morning.
No casualties were reported.
Trains were halted for over three
hours.


LETTER OF CREDIT ON

NEW OLDSMOBILE
for $1 .0 ill sell for
$174.". Cal Crlstobal
1411 after 6 p.m.


A Bingo Game will be held
tomorrow night at the Curundu
Road VFW Post 3822. the Ladles
Auxiliarv announced. The game
will start at 7.30 p. m., and
everyone is welcome. Cash
prizes as well as refresments
will be offered.

Missing CZ Woman
Found In Chilibre
Carmen Oractela Rivera. for
whom the Canal Zone police
had been asked to search since
July 17 has been located.
Carmen was reported missing
to the Ancon Police Station.
Today they received, word ttR't
Phe is rp~idlin in Chl'lbre r
the Republic of Panama.


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back through our lines.
"It's been a hell of a day," says
young Lt. Holbrook as the sweat
streams down from under his
helmet'.
Probably Admiral Joy thinks
o., too, as he leads his three gen-
erals and fellow admiral'through
the northern gateway to the
wati ng. jeeps and onto the hell-
vopter fleldat Kaentg. What
Oen. Nam 11 thinks ga leds his
wn delegation out the south
door into e assortment of Run
1dian and captured American
leeps to take them to their billets
i eKaesoug City I aniytdy's
'uess.


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song prospect? You take a vote
and hews it Is: There will be a
truce, two votes. There will be
no tree, four yotesa.
It's i:0$o of a hot and humid
Korean morning now ,and south
aAd over to the west 10 men are
seated 1ti hard lhairs with white
slipovers, fiveDon a aide, while
one ulde readas-typescript to the
other.
Only one man reads for each
side Admiral Joy, who reads
in English directly to Gen: Nam
II, who doesn't understand him,.
and, Gen. Nam IIn who reads In
Korean directly to Admiral Joy
who doesn't understand him.
Then there are the Chinese
delegates who do not understand
either the Eg or the Korean.
And the fro aced interpret-
ers. who try to make It all clear.
But.here on-the central front at
10:3r"you are climbing a steep
slope of decomposed granite. Be-
low and ,aed Of you is almost
the hole spread of the iron tri-
angle. It is a main anchor posi-
tion and key spot on our lines.
The sergeant coming through
the trees to greet, you is Eugene
Warshawsky, a long way from
his home in Burlington, Vt.
"Doesn'bt look to me like our
side Is trvlntVerv hard." he says.
"On all the small disputed points
so far we have made the Com-
munists back up. To my way of
thinking a compromise means
both sides have got to give a lit-
tle. Maybe these Communists
will get tired of having to back
down on every little point and
then where will your cease fire
be?"
"I write my folks that if there
is a truce it's all right and if
there isn't why. that's all right
too." Cpl. John R. Myrick, Nash-
ville. Tenn.. says.
"We've been talking about
what would happen if the Chin-
ese across there tried a daylight
drive this time," Raymond L.
Burbank, Montague. Calif.. brings
the conversation back to imme-
diacies.
"The Chinese prepared this po-
sition themselves before we took
it away from them, so they know
all about It. See that electric air
raid siren with the Chinese name
plate? They hauled it all the way
uo here, along with that big Bud-
dhist prayer bell. They drilled
those foxholes out of solid rock
with electric drills, too. Only
thing they didn't leave us was the
power line."
"Well. if they hit us here, we'll
give 'em what we handed the
North Korepns three miles out of
Uljongbu on April 24, remem-
ber?"
A helicopter hovers overhead,
searching out the gullies and val-
leys of our escarpment for enemy
infiltration units.
"ThOse walking bushes are a
phenomepn of this.part of the
contfx Ref R ays.. ",'
The staccato of an automatic
weapon breaks the stillness and
contrasts with the thump of hea-
vy artillery from the Canadians
away over there.
There is a faint popping noise
from out in front on the plains
as a light airplane veers sudden-
ly.
"Quiet as hell here, except at
night," De Reus says. "At night
star shells light things up and
the patrol skirmishes increase.
The trip flares and booby traps
go off in front of us every night,
either set off by the Chinese pa-
trols or by foxes and the little
tusked deer that run around out
there.
"It's as quiet as it was on the
15th of April just before the Chi-
nese launched their last big at-
tack. It's too quiet. Something
has got to happen. Things just
don't go on like this. Something's
got to crack, at Kaesong or out
;here.
One little group is leaving our
front line now, headed south-
ward, and led by a blue-eyed,
sunbyirned young 11 i eu tie n a n t
named Wallace S. Holrook, an
Ohioan from Cuyahoga Falls. He
has just saved the taxpayers some
money by retrieving under fire
the tank and tracked personnel
carrier that were hit yesterday.
"I went out this morning with a
voluntary five-man patrol. We
had to walk two miles carrying
tank jacks. It took three tries be-
fore we could get through to our
vehicles. The Chinese had been
in them overnight, but hadn't
blown them up maybe they
figured to snag them over to their
side today. We had to pull the
39 out with a tank retriever, but
we fixed up the tank right under
their damned artillery fire and
moved it out of range under its
own power."
"They chased us for two miles
with a creeping barrage, and they
were only 75 feet behind .us when
we finally got under a protecting
bluff."
"They were so sore then they
blew the top off the bluff out of
sheer cussedness," says Hamilton
Greene. magazine illustrator who
lives in Whitingham. Vt.. but tor
day rode the last salvaged tank


FLOATING ALONE--Capt. Norman N. r Brocker, a the Britti*h
forces In Korea, decided to take a nice cool dip after readtg the
headlines which read "All Quiet on Front." But being on the freot
himself, he wasn't ready to believe everything he reads, so b
donned hi teel'helmet-just in case. Or anyhow, that's what the
man Mid. .


RED STREAK Heeding his master's voice, this Korean
Communist officer 'makes a dash from his Russign-built jeep
to the building where the ceasefire talks are taking place in
Kaesong. U.N. spokesmen have reported the Red truce team s
actions at the conference table somwehat the opposite of this
officer's speed. (U.S. Navy Photo via NEA-Acme -Telephoto)


Million Refugees Found


Homes With IRO's Help


GENEVA, Aug. 1 During the Venezuela, the only republic In
past four years a total of 1,027,- Latin America to maintain a se-
595 displaced persons have been election mission in Europe during
re-established throughout the 1950, had received a total,of 15,-
world, according to a report re- 995 refugees by the end of that
leased here by the International year. "The flow to other Latin
Refugee Organization (IRO). one American countries, on the basis
of the United Nations Specialized of individual migration, remained
Agencies. steady." Argentina received 2,926
From July 1947 through June persons during the year. Bolivia.
1951, IRO aided In the resettle- 551, Chile 816,'Colombia 258, and
ment of 955,178 refugees and the Uruguay 281. Brazil accepted 1,-
repatriation of 72,417 others. And 340 last year and plans to select
early in July, the report says, of 5,000 additional refugees.
more than 1,570,000 displaced Australia. by the end of 1950,
persons who had been registered had accepted 170,543 refugees. Its
with IRO. fewer than 150,000 re- mass resettlement pr og r a m,
mained as active cases requiring "which had been a major factor'
further IRO assistance. in IRO's movements, was almost
Leading among the countries completed. Australia "has aided
receiving refugees was the Uni-- the organization materially in
ted States with a total of 282,818 solving some of its more difficult
Aifct ted tf ithfgfifAlt i;fhclthd- problems by sendhrit"" election
Ing nearly 250,000 under the U.S. missions to Denmark, Switzer-
Displaced Persons Act. Other land, Berlin. the Middle East;
countries which had admitted East Africa and Greece" as well
100.000 or more DP's were: Aus- as to major refugee centers, the
tralia. 177.311; Israel, 122,770 and report notes.
Canada with 108,892. Canada had accepted 94,115 re-
IRO's third annual report to fugees by the end of 1950, and the
the United Nations now being immigration program was ex-
considered here by the U.N. Eco- panded at the close of the year
nomic and Social Council shows to enable 35,000 to enter in 1951.
that in 1950 that agency came Early in 1950 New Zealand per-
within sight of its goal. the solv- mitted 1.000 IRO refugees admit-
ina of the refugee problem re- ted in 1949 to sponsor immigra-
sulting from World War II. tion of relatives and friends. The
Perhaps the most gratifying a- report mentions "the generous se-
chievement, the report indicates, Ilectio criteria" in New Zealand,
was the progress made ln finding which admits widows with young
new homes, jobs or permanent children and workers up to 55
institutional care for members of years or older-groups with limit-
the "hard core" of the aged, the ed opportunities.
ill and handicapped.
A brief summary of the major Refugee movements to Israel,
activities follows: which reached a peak in 1949,
The United States displaced slowed down considerably in 1950,
persons program had resulted in "since the vast majority ... who
admission of a total of 238.006 by wanted to emigrate to that coun-
the end of 1950; this program, try hac' already done so." Admis-
the report states, "is the largest sion of the hard-core group con-
and in some aspects the most tinned; "Israel has welcomed all
liberal of all schemes for admit- Jewish immigrants Irrespective of
ting refugees under IRO's care." their health or age."


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staff who are leavlgthe lsthmus uh at the hou of her parents,
soon. ME. bempagy. the L ubli Mr, ad rs. ; W. Manush, In
Information Officer. is probably BUloh. Miss S n's marriage
to be transferred to Argpnttha tp Lt. Gilmer er of Coro-
after leave In the States. He will .zal will take place saturday even-
sail Friday IM New York. Miss ag. ,
Welch has resigned her position
at the mbaasy anPd will join her BilWtO y Pay.._
rents, Mr. And Mrs. Edward F. Mr. and Mr,. f. 0. Robinson
WrhiT, f.-antf residents' o al. ave a "Weenle-zoast" yesterday
na. In Chttanooga Tennessee. afternoon at their home li. Bal-
ehe IDans'td leave here late n bpa for their daUghter. Linda. on
August. her 11th birthday anniversary.
With Lipda they entertained Lu-
The Ambassador.and Mrs. John cille Albrlght. Joan and Frances
C. Wtley and theEt house guest, Olblen, Andrea Lunetta Judith
the CoOat0e Elena Schouvaloff, Butler. Naomi Litvin and Doris
have- bee .ylted to parvtolpatf Blakely.
in tl a fI l. party. -
h~la U the first staff par- Opening of A exhibition
ty for sr tecert arrivals at Sunday at B43 Tivoll
the -mbu"Iyaor *them Mr. Members of the Canal Zone
and Jits. Winam G. Arey. Mr. Branch. National League of
and Mrs. John H. Seate. Mrs. American Pen Women will be
Mary Holll0 Mss Lols Flelshack- hostesses at the opening of their
er and Paul Pina. new exhibition of paintings and
articles-of handicraft to be held
Return from Nicaragua Sunday from 330.to 5 ,:W. p.m. In
Mrs. Ignacio Molino. Jr., wife the Little Gabr- (Card-Room)
of the Minister for Foreign At- at the Hotel TWR1.
fairs of Panama, Mrs. Eloy San- Cornelia Reimer of Diablo
chez, wife of the Nicaraguan Am-, Heights will be the featured ar-
bassador to Panama, Mrs. Robert tist and ten of her oil paintings
Nason and Mrs: Joseph Maher, will be included In the exhibition.
returned Monday night from a Also to be exhibited, are several
short trip to Nicaragua. bates tables done by a crafts
member. Mercedes Alegre Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. Ford of Balboa Heights.
Entertain for Visitors During the h6urs of the open-
Mr. and Mrs. Terrenci Ford ing on Sunday, Mrs. Frank Pyle
entertained at cocktails yester- o? Washington, D.C., who is a
day at their residence in Bella guest at the Hotel Tivoli, will
Vista, complimenting the' Chil- have on exhibition in her room
ean)ChargA d'Affalres in.Nlcara- her water colors done during her
gua and Mrs. Fernando Lorca recent travel in Central Amerl-
Cottinas, who arrived Monday ca. Mrs. Pyle is oa member of the
from Chile and left this morning National League of Pen Women.
for Nicaragua. During their stay
here Mr. and Mrs. Lorca Corti- Recent Arrivals
nas an their daughter, Miss Ji- at Hotel El Panama
mena Lorca.. were guests at Ho- John J. Astor of New York ar-
tel El Panama. rived Monday an is registered at
-Hotel El Panama.
Admiral and Mrs. Bledsoe
Holding "At Home" Today Miss Katharine Cravens arriv-
The commandant of the 15th ed from Bogota. Colombia, Mon-
Naval District and Mrs. Albert day to spend several days at Ho-
M. Bledsoe have issued invita- tel El Pahama.
tions for an At Home at the com-
mandant's quarters this after- Birth Announcements
noon from 5:30 to 7. Dr. and Mrs. William H. Clin-
chard announce the birth of a
Mr. Ross Returns daughter Connie Michele. at Pa-
from Trip to West Indies nama Hospital on July 25.
..Howard R. Ross. Director of -
Operations for the American Na- Mr. and Mrs. Tore Korch are
tional Red Cross, Caribbean the parents of a daughter born
Command, returned to the Canal July 28 at the San Fernando
Zone this week from Cuba. Puerto Clinic.
Rico and the Virgin rklands. ..
where he Visited Red Cross in- Cbange Ai M etlta Flaee.of
salattoatona. Duplieate,Drlg6 T urnaiments
'The weekly duplicate con-
Miss Kuller Honored tract bridge tournaments, played
by Mrs. Loughran on Monday evening, will be held
Mrs. Francis J. Loughran hon- hereafter at 7 p.m. in the Card
orede Miss Pat Kuller at a sur- Room of the Hotel Tivoli Instead,
prise buffet supper and liner of at the Diablo Clubhouse.
shower given recently at her The winners of the games play-
home. Miss Kuller is to be mar- ed Monday evening were: 1st, Mr.
tried August 31 at the Fort Clay- and Mrs. Robert Getman: T. A.
ton Chapel to Raymond Gill. Orr and Mr. Levine. 2nd: 3rd. Mr.
Included in the guest list were and Mrs. W. Norris; 4th, Major
Miss Keller's mother, Mrs. Benja- and Mrs. W. N. Halladay and
min F. Kuller of Margarita, Miss 5th. Mrs. N. Adams and Mrs. E.
Shirley Walsh. Mrs. Jo Wertz, Brown.
Miss Naomi Paddock, Mrs. Theo- ----
dore Schmidt, Miss Jacqueline Barn Dance Saturday
Schmidt, Miss Claire Hermanny, at Legion Club
Miss Vivian Madlen. Miss Loraine Saturday at 8 p.m.. the Amerl-
Terry, Miss Stella Gilbert, Mrs. can Legion Club will hold an old
K. Fulton. Mrs. David Myers, fashioned barn dance, with a
Miss Nanette Lynch, Miss Marian popular square dance group fea-
Kariger, Miss Patricia Kenealy, tured. Members of the Legion
Mrs. P. Baker. Mrs. William Pit- and Auxiliary and their friends
tinger. Mrs. J. Zeese, Mrs. John are invited to this informal af-
Fontaine, Mrs. William Therrel, fair.
Miss Joan Powell and Mrs. R. -
Daniels. New Cocktail Hours
-at Hotel El Panama
At Hotel El Panama Hotel El Panama announces
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bennett new cocktail hours, daily Monday
of New Orleans are recent arriv- through Friday, from 5:30 to 7
als at Hotel El Panama. They re- and on Saturdays- from 5:30 to 8
turned from Costa Rica Monday p.m. During these hours, organ
and will go to the Atlakitic side music will be furnished by Luis
later this week, before leaving for Mufioi.
New Orleans. .
-otume Dan"
Departure Saturday at Aador
After a visit 6f ten days with The Army-Navy Club at Fort
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mills at Cu- Amador will hold a costume


rundu, Mr. u nI ars. LIUIomas Ic.
Johnsson left this morning by
airplane for their home in Alex-
Indria, Louisiana.


"COME AS YOU ARE"
PARTY
(Blue Jeans or White Tie)
Dance Contests
Parent and
Teen-agers Competitions
Games
Prizes
Fun PFor The Whole Family
FRIDAY August 3
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7:30p.m.
Admissims $1.00
Sponsored by Committee Pro-
Asto de NHugtra Se tora of
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"PlantatlsonParty'"and ui i g A s'- J.-
mmbenrs and their guests on a _
trfrtdat 7:30 their gu84
M d"-to attend n approprist Woh 100000 p* Mi0
iefitoes and try for the etbpe 'W0 .... "e M
/rtI. In addition to dancing a Prea&N O
lng.Ig, there will be a fish-fy, Presents
Ste tooeo Today, Wednesday, Aug. I
Vt laateer Workers PMi
SAll volunteer workers who ha" 3:30-Music for Wednesday
s helped in any way with the sum- 4:00-Music Without Words
mer recreation program atRlCOll 4:15-FRENCH IN THE AIR
are invited to make a trip to the (RDF)
nPanama Museum tom or row 4:30-What's Your Favorite
e morning with the -Pan a m!a 6:00-Lean Back and listen
G. group" of 5th and 6th graders. 6:15-Evenlng Salon -
. The group will leave the Cocoli 7:00-Our Mutual Friend ( iC)
S col at a.m. and will return 7:30-PABST SPORTS REVIEW
by noon. 7:45-Here Comes Louis Jordan
I 8:00-NEW8 IVOA)
SWarren Takes 8:15-Short Story Theater
SIoy. Warren Takes (VOA)
8:45-USA The Continuing Re-
ST hm MlaI evolution (VOA)
To SlumIp lDefeIi j 9:00-Jo Stafford Show (VOA)
I 9:15--Radlo Forum (VOAP
Hsn Admlnls llon 9:30-CommentatoD, D I g e s t
N ls AdminsII ratIon I l e(VOA
9:45-Sports World and Tune of
TALLAHASSEE. Fla. Aug. 1 Day (VOA I
(UP) Oov. Fuller Warren 10:00--BBC Playhouse
launched a Statewide stump 11:00-Owl's Nest
tour in a radio broadcast last 12:00-Sign Off
e night to tell the people that law
f enforcement "was never better" Tomorrow, Thursday, Aug. 2
Sin Florida. A.M.
"I deeply regret that a few 0:00--Alarm Clock Club
unprincipled foreign owned 7.30-Morning Salon
newspapers published in Florl- 8:15-NEWS (VOA)
da, and several self seeking. 8:30-Crazy Quilt
shyster Senators have tried to 8:45-Jery Sears Presents
mislead and deceive the people 9:00-NEWS
o fthia state about crime coall- 9:15-8 A C R ED HEART PRO-
tionsi In Florida." he said, re- GRAM
ferring indirectly to criticism 9:30-As I See It
leveled at him recently by the 10:00-NEWS .
1V 8. Sennate Crime Commit- 10:05-Off the Record
....tee and the press. 11:00-NEWS
Warren said gambling "open- 11:05-Off the Record (Contd.)
ly operated" in Florida for 50 11:30-Meet the Band
years before he took office. Noon-NEWS
His administration, he rsaid, P.M.
"substantially suppressed grm- 12:05-Luncheon Music'
bling In Florida months before 12:30-Popular Music
the so-called Kefauver commit- 1:00-NEWS
tee was created on May 5, 1950." 1 1:15-Personality Parade .
Luxurious gambling casinos. 1:45-Excursions In Science
slot machines, ounchboards, and 2:00-Call For Lea Pau4
bolita lotteries have been almost 2:15--Date for Dancing
rubbed out since his January. 2:30-Afternoon Melodies
1949, inauguration, the Governor 2:45-Battle of the Bands
sail. 3:00-American Debut
-*Warren said Florida's biggest 3:15-The Little Show
4ntmblfg syndicate, the S. & G. 3:30-Music For Thursday
booking syndicate at Miami 4:00-Music Without Words
Beach, did its biggest business 4:15-LNegro Spirituals
while he was in the Navy and 4:30-What's Your Favorite
lost inoney in the first year of 6:00-Panamusica Story TimnS
his Administration. : 6:15-Evening Salon
"Incidentally, some of the 7:00-Make Believe Ballroom
character -assassins who have (VOA)
trikId tomislead and deceive the 7:30-Sports Review
people of Florida about the 7:45-Jam Session
gambling situation in this state, 8:00-World Newt (VOAA)
managed to remain safely out 8:15-Cross Country, U.S.A.
of World War II, although of (VOA)
military age. 8:45-Jam Session (VOA)
"This applies particularly to 9:00-Meet Eleanor Roosevelt
the managing editors of two (VOA)
foreign-owned newspapers pub- 9:30-Commentator's D I g es t
lished In Florida." (VOA)
Warren mentioned no names. 9:45-Sports Tune of Day -and
News (VOA)
10:00-Hotel Efpanam* -
Armed Med ,Weang 10: 15-Musical- nterlude
f 10:30-Take It From Here (BBC)
Doctors GownS Aid 11:00-TheOwl's Nest
S* * 12:00-Sign Off
Politician's Escape
CARACAS, Venezuela. Aug. 1 NOTICE
(UP)-Dr. Alberto Carnevall, NOTICE
prominent leader of the dis-
solved Democratic Action PPrtv. ANDREWS EDWARD
escaped today after spending
several months in jail charged (Ernesto)
with subversive activity.
Carnpvali fled from a clinic and CARLOS FUENTES
where he was taken for treat- and CARLOS FUENTES
ment of face injuries received in
a fall at the Model Prison here. are no longer employed
An official announcement said
four armed men wearing doe- by Trott the Cleaner
tors surgical gowns entered the
clinic at dawn, held service as chauffeurs.
personnel at pistol point and
covered Carnevall's flight.


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Trade In Reprisal Stroke'
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WASHINGTON, Aug. 1 (UP) nation" treatment of Czech(
-The State Department slapped lovak goods at general tarl
at Communist Czechoslo- cutting conferences. To get
U _last night for the im- of this arrangement, the Un
W nmentf American foreign ed States now. must ask pV
Correspondent William Oatis bv mission of the other 30 cou
*oving to end U. S. trade con- tries signing the agreement.
leswona to the Russian satellite It informed these nations.
*IVo. day that their formal perm
%,I the same time. the United sion for the United States
(te denounced, tha Czech's discriminate against Cze
C unist rulers for persecut- goods will be asked when t
ing and harassing U. S. firms members of the general agri
trying to do business in Czechos- ment on tariffs and trade mi
lovakia. at Geneva Sept. 17.
It said American property in "The U.. proposes that all
Czechoslovakia has been con- the obligations existing btwhat all
fiscated without payment and the oand Czechoslonvakia by virngetwe
that future trade arrangements lt and Czechoslovakla by virt
should recognize these *political of the provions of the ge
events.. -eral) agreement should be f<
In extending the Reciprocal mally terminated." the Sta
Trade Act, Congress ordered the Departament announced.
United States to deny Corn- .Relations between the Un
munist areas trade concessions ed States and Czechoslovak
granted under reciprocal trade have been progressively impala
arrangements. e by manifestations
The State Department prompt- Czecholovac Ill-will toward t
ly moved against Russia and United States.
some of Its satellites by can- The property of Americs
selling such concessions, nationals in Czechsolovakia l
The United States., however. been confiscated without coi
had promised "most favored sensation or any serious
lovakla to settle this matte
12th Fighter Wing --

Rotalong to England I

To Replace 31st
WASHINGTON. Aug. 1 The
12th Fighter-Escort Wing. Berg- \
strom Air Force Base. Texas, will i
replace the 31st Fighter-Escort
Wing now on rotational training
duty in England. It will be a per-
sonnel rotation only. The air- a
craft-Republic F-84 Thunder-
jets-will remain in England for,
the use of the 12th.
The 31st Wing's home base is
Turner Air Force Base, Albany,
Georgia. The Wing is command- D AG M AR has
ed by Col. David Schilling, who
has been in England for approx-
imately six months.
Personnel of the 12th Fighter- A
Escort Wing are being air-lifted A
to England by the Military Air
Transport Service. must be liq
Taking part in this movement e
are Douglas C-74 Globemasters
and Boeing C-97 Stratofreighters, .
*as well as DC-4 Skymasters under
contract to MATS from civil air
carriers.
The eight airlines furnishing
planes include California East-
ern, Flying Tiger, Overseas Na- DRE
tional, Phn-American. Seaboard I D
and Western, Trapsocean, United
and U.S. Overseas Airlines. HAT
Both the 12th, and the 31st
Fighter-Escort Wings are assign-
ed to Strategic Air Command.
The 2nd Medium Bomb Wing
of SAC from Hunter Air Force
Base, Savannah, Georgia, is also
on rotational training duty In
England. :
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At your. service in the Cas-\
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El Panama Hotel. Phone
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el BLddy Leagu
or step forward
league leadership
r Ms the bel
W)-6. Pedro Miguel play
P lrst half with only fou
a handicap which the
b to overcome very easi
box score:
M d FG FT TIP
nd...... O 0 0
...... O0 0 0
.... 2 0 4
eon ... 0 0 0
Whaon.. .. 1 0 2

n.......... 3 0 6

Miguel- FG FT TP
......8 0 16
.. ....0 0 0
rlff ........ 1 0 2
0......... 0 0
tleman ...... 6 0 12
totals.. ........ 15 0 30
-In the second game of the
laor g, the Ancon 'B" Lergue
yAm emerged triumphant over
fPdro Miguel. It was a well play-
IdL test between two evenly
ated teams. Scoring was as
-FG FT TP
I.Rabourne. .. 1 2 4
Z. ere R. .... 4 0 8
L. intovani .... 5 3 I 1
f . .. .. 1 3 5
LeMtdico .. .. l 0 2
a aia.. .. .. .. 2 0 4
Korti .......... l 0 2
totall . ... 15 8 38


M1_MIjuel- FG FT
er .. .. .. .. 4 0
rs n0 .... .... 0 01
K tt .. .. ...1 1
Oorson .. .. .. .. o .
Dtero. .. .. .. 4 2
,3alh vllle.... .. o 0
tal3 ...... .. 4

TI- "
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" Monticello Community
Basketball League


(Standings)


tuner Shoe.........
AM, Jr ..........
p. Max ..........
tLpidura ..........
.y.O ............


Won
5
4
2
1
0


(Team Scoring)
IRAMS- FC
Manner Shoe .... 154
Op.Max. .. .... 130
A, Jr ......... 124
.-.'. .. .. 87

'r (Foul Shooting)
iAM- FG I
.Max ...... 96
04 Shoe .... 132
oldura 11... 0
Sl. Jr.. .. .. ..110
.O ...... .. 93


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pt

r
y
-


315
297
294
201


Ave.
.573
.569
.464
,445
.398


(Highpointers)


ilberto Holder...
y Gooding......
White ....
als Parfait.....
bert Palmer .
Prman Brown ..
irfe Weeks .
phoaso Smith.
sacl Paschal..
Nnando Hyacinth.
aiter Alleyne .. .


Little League
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LOCAL RATE
Second Halft Standings
TEAMS- Won Lost
Twin City Rookies. 5 3
Mt'cello Gamboans 4 4
Ifill La Bocans. .. 4 4
Fergus Cubs. .... 3 5
LITTLE BIG TEN
AB H
Wm. Barnaby (F).. 39 16
Earl Beat ( ..... 53 23
Robert Pate (Ii.... 59 25
H. Holder (TC).... 55 23
Ivan Lord (I) .... 61 23
R. Samuels (TC) .. 43 16
L. Blades (TC) .... 57 20
C. Griffith (F).... 49 17
L. Ifill (I) . .. 51 17
R. Jiminez (TC). .. 56 19


Ave.
.436
.434
.424
.418
.377
.372
.351
.347
.333
.339


Leading Pitchers
Won Lost Pet.
Albert Watson (I). 2 0 1.000
G. Timling (TC) .. 2 0 1 000
R. Jim6nez (TC) .. 8 3 .127
Robert Pate (I) .. 8 4 .667
J. Allen (MG) .... 5 3 .625
Karl Sinclair (F).. 6 5 .545
Twin City Rookies downed Fer-
e gus Cubs, 8 to 4, and took sole
Possession of first place In the
r second half standings of the Lo-
cal Rate Little League.
Ramon Jimenez went the dis-
Stance for the victors in scoring
his eighth victory against three
defeats. Karl Sinclair was the
losing pitcher.
Twin City Rookies- AB R H
A. Titus, lb .. .. .. .. 1 1 0
G. Gillings, s. .... .. 1 1 0
R. Jimenez, p .. .. .. 4 2 2
H. Holder, If .... ... 4 0 0
R. Molinar, 3b .. 4 1 2
G. Moreno, 2b .. .. 1 2 0
L. Blades c ........ 4 1 2
R. Blades. cf .. .. ... 2 0 1
C. Garnett, rf .... .. .. 3 0 0
Totals . .. ..... 24 8 7
INDIANS WIN

TO TAKE OVER
(Continued from Page FOUR)
mates with a homer, a triple and
a single.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The almost omnipotent Dodg-
ers won their tenth straight
while big Don Newcombe pitched
his 15th victory and his ninth in
a row in a Pittsburgh night game
by overpowering the Pirates 8-3.
By winning, the Dodgers
stayed nine and one-half games
ahead of the second place Gi-
ants. Newcombe also furnished
two singles and a triple. He
pitched a four-hitter before
tiring in the eighth. The Pi-
rates then scored two runs on
three more hits.
Carl Furillo and Duke Snider
each collected three hits also as


1.Panama


Fergus Cubs- AB R N
J. Howard. 3b .. ......4 0 1
A. Howell, 2b .... .. 4 0 0
W. Barnaby, ct ...... 3 1 2
C. Oriffith, c.. ...... 3 0 0
E. Wilson, If ........ 3 1 0
A. Gayle, rf ........ 2 0 1
A. Brown, s .. ...... 1 1 1
W. Forde, lb ..0.. .. 0 1 0
K. Sinclair, p ........ 3 0 0
Totals . . . . . 23 4 5
Score By Innings
Twin City 031 004-8
Fergus Cubs 000 211-4
Ifill La Bocans, first half win-
ners, moved into second place In
the final' half campaign by halt-
Ing Monticello Gamboans, 6 to 4.
Robert Pate notched his eighth
victory against four defeats. J.
Allen was the losing hurler.
Monticello Gambo'ns-AB R H
M. Grant. lf-2b ...... 4 0 0
R. Grant, ss ........ 3 2 1
H. Warren. c-p ...... 3 1 2
A. Jones, cl ...... .. 3 1 2
L. Fardin. lb........ 1 0 0
R. Fennel, rf-lf...... 2 0 0
H. Blake, 3b .. ...... 1 0 0
C. Baxter, c........ 2 0 0
C. Welch, 2b ........ 1 0 0
S. Duncan, If........ 1 0 0
J. Allen, p-rf ......"2 0 .'
J. Morales .......... 0 0
Totals ..... ...... 23 4 5
Ifill La Bocans- AB R H
R. Brown, 2b .. .... 4 0 0
L. Ifill, c .. .. .. .. .. 1 0 0
I. Lord, 3b........ 2 0 0
R.Pate, p ..... ... 3 1 2
E. Best, ss..... .... 2 1 1


G. Payne, c.. .... ..
C. Caddie, If ...,....
C. Layne, rf ........
R. Inniss, lb........


3 2
3 1
3 1
2 0


Totals ...... .. 23 6 10
Score By Innings
Monticello 011 020-4
Iflll La Bocana 032 Olx-6

the Dodgers got a total of 16, in-
cluding'home runs by Snider and
Pee Wee Reese.
The Phillies made six runs in
the ninth to top the Reds 7-5 in
a Cincinnati night battle. DeI
EnnLs hit a three-run homer for
the key blow. Andy Seminick,
who homered earlier, also lashed
a run-scoring double in the win-
ning inning.
Rookie Chet Nichols pitched a
four-hitter to give the Braves a
6-0 decision in a St. Louis after-
dark contest, The victory was the
fifth-of the year for Nichols.
The Braves' Earl. Torgeson
homered and doubled for the
game's only extra-base hits..
Bobby Thomson hit his 19th
and 20th homers as the Giants
topped the Cubs at Chicago 4-3.


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lORlS bAY-American play-
rs rea.uwrhg with her framed
Doris Hart in'a lifesaver as the
Queen EiabethL docked in.New
Yor.! .e -Mitmi, Fl-a., miss
won the triple crown in the En-
glih .Iww Tennis Champion-
sp i tWimbledqn. Smiling
Louie Brough, three-tinie sin-
gles titleholder who failed to
reach the final, says it couldn't
happen to a nicer gal. (NEA)


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DIABLO HTS. Danny AYE Dinah SHORT
:Isa i:', "UP IN ARMS"
Thursday "UNDER THE GUN"-
C 0 C 0 L I Richard CONTE o Audrey TOTTER
L''410 "UNDER THE GUN"
Thursday "THE COMPANY SHM KEEPS_
G A M B O A Marjorie MAIN 6 James WHITMORZ
,,C, "Mrs. O'Mollev nna Mr. Malone"
... Thursday "VENGEANCE VALLEY"
MARGARITA Lon McCALLISTER & William PHILLIPS
% a ,:s "A YANK IN KOREA"
Thursday "PAGLIACCI"
CRISTOBAL 0Glmn FORD Dorothy MALONZ
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JOAN GREENWOOD
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HOLLYWOOD. (NWA) A all saM 4Xi But there
movie queen whaQ')' p .toting is nothta 1Mwith this
the crown and scestfr zilbhn to businept leaaed
a quarter of a nptrI Nlly- to v wll adi enjoy."
wood dimpled her dfihpl today Abou 'th, Iremind-
and said that "mostt stars need a ed Loreoa.
good. sound spanking once a How did Pat Neal IAd Linda
month." Darnell fit into the hairbrush-
Her Majesty Loretta T Ona was poised-over thei- backside pic-
getting right down to the. bottom =ure?,
of what's wrong with gorgeous Hm?
dolls whid fall flat on their faces Loretta clasped her hands to-
while sprinting to the Mg throne. gether.
'"Spanking?" I gulped. She said that acr6ases fret and
"Yes." said Loretta. worry their career away.
Would she care to name some "They brood bdeause another
candidates for the woodshed actress has won a big role. They
treatment? About 10 or 12 would misuse their talents' by being
be just right. A "Ten Movie overeoncerned with everything
Queens Who Should Be Spanked" about a picture but. their own
list. We could start with a shape- performna8ee. If you're an ac-
ly blonde and- tress. you're not an exhibitor,
'*I worry about them so," Loret- cutter, editor,. producer, critic or
ta sighed. "Somebody new and press agent. You're just an ac-
exciting comes up. Then the di- tress."
vorce thing starts. I say. 'Hang. You don't ca Ih Loretta whin-
on, girl. get solid.' I'm pulling for Ing about the plu'm part that
her every inch of the way." Jane Wyman Jut snagged or the
"Shelley Winters;" I sai d. it's-got-to-cap-fltat-honors .role
"Would you say that Shelley that Irene Dunne.sa about to play.
needed a paddling?" She spurned m membership in
Loretta ignored it. the Ulcer of (ti Month Club
"To be a star, you'hale to be 'when she wet heiOscar for "The
a woman first,' he opined. "No- Farmer n DaUkhter."
body likes a shell. Adtreses are She laughed:
inclined to be shells In the meo- "People salE, 'Uetcha you're
tion picture business. going to be v gft easeful from
"It's easier for us Bant you have now on, kid.' Itat was a joke. I
to fill up that shell with real didn't gelt tae rd by being
things to stay on to"p and hold careful. An actress who is out to
the public. Yo hbav -to fill it up get an award is ecaxy. She'll ne-
with everything youth mother ver get it."
taught you." I made one la* sthb-at pinning
"What about Ava Gardner in her won on the iankm1ihg angle.
the spank-spank line?" "What," I sinall-voiced it, "a-
"Hollywood," Loretta went on, bout Rita?"
"lets its actresses get away with "Rita Hayworth??" asked Loret-
too much. Not saying anything ta.
to a star when she's two hours I nodded happily;
late for work is bad discipline. The Yoing orbq widened.
Forgiving her when she storms "Rita," said 'Loretta, "I have
off the set isn't good. either, cried and cried over that girl.
"Hollywood -fall down by not God love her. Ood help her, that
teaching stars that we're all In a poor, poor girl."
very serious profsalon."
I coughed and weakly mutter-
Judy Garland, Barbara Pay- S T(M AC
ton, Gloria de Haven, Corinne H SA
Loretta knitted her brows to-
gether thoughtfully. D IS
"I was very lucky," she said.
"I had a marvelous family behind ,R
me, a wise mother. If you can I
have this wonderful, moral back- Perhaps the s 'edt cause of distress.
ground behind you, you have a In stomach upsets ise xcen stomach
chance of achieving something iaf, cLunforntuate People
solid. Otherwise" Loretta who suffer sq-ciaed dysempsia.
shook her head woefully-"you s lnd IndlW mood fermentation e r sour
live too quickly and, you're gone d st bma hter "acd would
at 21. ,ut try drinkineloowt after each meal
"Important responsibilities go I a 4f Oa In on
with stardom. I.have, seen stars a very lo time find lt ableri
who were unwilling to take on to eat oo4 nourishag means Without the
these responsibilities come and go ditE m0 of ld Intlian.6
in Hollywood. They were inter- sooth ingand corUorUin to the mucous
ested in the money and the thrills membruans and vry sare*fea to take.
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SBy Jack Lait

There is scarcely any known devotion that can parallel that
Swomen whose men are behind bars.
*, Wives of long-termers, whose hands theywill not touch
&gain for many years,-in many cases never-reinain not only
krue, but center their lives around the few minutes a month they
can give to sitting on the other side of steel-screened bars, giving
what comfort they can to the "losers" who are "doing time."
And, often, these are not "good" women. Some are.
as criminal as their mates. Some are not legally married
to the crooks, robbers and other malefactors to whom they
are so steadfastly loyal. Some, even, were not falithful
So them when they had them where they could demon-
W rate their love in more than words and smiles.
Many throw-up all other considerations and move to what-
ever homes they can arrange, near the penitentiaries.
They cook to bring such dainties as are acceptable.
So, you will find in Joliet, San Quentin, Columbus, Leaven-
worth, Atlanta and many other penitentary towns colonies of
"stir widows" who have settled there for the varied durations.
Sing Sing is at Ossining, an hour's ride from Manhattan.
The town Isn't too fashionable, but It is surrounded by Westches-
ter suburban committee within easy bus-rides, which contain the
homes of blue-bloods. and millionaires, Including Rockefellers
and such.
I had some professional business at the State coop, and ran
uip there one afternoon.
As I was coming out, I saw, approaching the visitors' en-
trance, a modestly-dressed, attractive, youngish woman. And
she. saw me.
"For heaven's sake, Jack," she said, in a whisper, "don't
write anything about me. I'm going in to see him. You know
all about him doing the stretch. But you didn't know about
what became of me.
"Im a maid in a rich household in Tarrytowns. have been for
almost a year. I'm under my right name. But, of course, no one
has me tied up with. Bill. I got a recommendation from his
lawyer, who knows I'm on the level.
The woman I work for leaves thousands of dollars'
worth of jewelry and other Junk around loose. But you
bhow I wouldn't toueh It. All I want is to live-to live near
enough to see him when I can. I get Thursday afternoons
SIf. I never go anywhere except to a movie-and here.
"Y-i. won't finger me, will you?"
0f course I wouldn't.
Ut mv.ecall her Kitty, which nobody ever called her. She is
28. nShe urrired the head of a scientific stickup gang-not the
sort that knocks over gasoline stations, but a crew that was doing
maybe two frolics a year on payroll that ran at times to $50,000
per tonh
I. Iis a smallish fellow, but hard and cool and game.
'fjuitI". w a sole ,sea W r in a basement dump o Ai4e
sth ies the So's. 'As a erformer she never got 0ar. Nut
Dill da't cart about that, for he retired her anyway.
They i4Ad two good years before he was nailed.
As a third-timer he drew 10-to-SO30, with no likelihood of a
raincheck (parole) for seven years at beat .
Kitty" Is aractive. The easiest thing she could get V a man.
Bill and shd got around. Hundreds of shady guys knew her:
several intimated ainoe he took his fall that she could be "taken
arq of"*wle-?. was up the River. She wouldn't play
C sjU# bieFe shet inet-lBUlO p vet81d,.l'
places, uld book her are the hangouts af i, d un-t
dervoalders, and they all know her. With peculiar gallantry of
such people, they would come wherever she appeared, patronize
and applaud her, help her get by.
She was the wife of a bandit, but she refused to take a living
because that was what she was.
8he had no Illusions About her ability. She knew how little
of it she had. .
Her folks live out West. They could and would support her.
But If she went home that meant she couldn't come to see Bill.
So she became a servant. Her own maid had been
employed In some smart homes, and from her, before
they ported, she got some instructions as to behavior,
duties, demeanor, though their own relation shad been
Informal and" more adapted to a cottage than to a man.
s*on.'
I am no apologist for criminals. To me they are not glam-
orous. I invest them with no romantic virtues.
.
But I couldn't help admiring "Kitty" She had known whom
she was marrying. She hadn't married Bill because he was an
outlaw, but because he was a man and she was a woman.
And, in that spirit, she was still giving him all that was left
to give.
As I have written this she will not be identified.And she can
depend on it. It will not endanger her chosen way of life.


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And

Comment

By Senator HIRA2S, O'O'PNOR
(Victor RAisel is awr ftion.
Senator Herbert O'CMnor is sub-
stituting for him _a*y1 t spe-
cial guest colu mn W./ .
WASHINGTON --' 'am very
much pleased that Vlctr Riosel
has given me thl opportunity
to discuss a topic o, grave cur-
rent significance t-- flow of
critical and strategy materials
to those countrlpi 'ind the
Iron Curtain which Iqdedlcat-
ed to the destructl0 i our way
of life. V "
As Chairman of the Senate
Subcommittee on ftport Con-
trols .and Policies, 1. has. been
my duty to .conduct p Investi-
gation of the expo0contrrl ac-
tivities and pollcWt* the Unit-
ed States Gove Alt
That investigationhas ireveal-
ed that billions of dollars of war
materials have gOe to 'hitna
and to Russia and her satellites
in violation of law, of regula-
tion, or of common sense.
Our hearings a'. Iw months
ago disclosed that vast quanti-
ties of penicillin and other me-
dicines, of petroleum, steel, mo-
lybdenum, and oter war ma-
terials were benllg pped from
the United States to the Chinese
to be used In their war against
us in Korea. :
As a result of our disclosures,
but only after much prodding,
out Government' finally placed
an embargo on. all shipments
from this country to Rod China.
Proper as that embargo- is, it
came much too late to keep large
quantities of war materials from
the hands of the Chinese Com-
munists.
Only very recently' has the
United Nations taken similar
action.
Early this year the Committee
turned its attention to Western
Germany, whete the United
States Government presently
has responsibility and authority.
An investigator, a man with an
excellent military Intelligence
background, was sent there in
April.
IT about 'three weeks he
obtained overwhelming in-
formation that great c
amounts of critical and C
strategic materials were
flowing eastward completely 0
unchecked. He found that
not even a token effort had 1
been made by Our own peo-
ple, by the Britisth, or by the
Germans to stem that flow. e
EstimateA of its volume have i
led uA to beiee that llega ex-
ports from WVstetw r*iany t
uince the termination of hos ll-
ties may have reaqt*d a
of $1,000,000,000. This -1lle -l f
trade has flourished in con- o
temptuous violation of Allied f
and Oermnn law, fostered by an P
almost complete absence of en-
forcement.
On June 14, the Committee d
heard the testimony of Mr. John
J. McCloy, who has been Unit-
ed States Kigh Commissioner .'
for Germany for the past two t
years. He told of some of the
steps that are now being taken
to eliminate this illegal trade.
He spoke also of measures which
had been under consideration. w
He was unable, however, "to
point to any substantial mea- g
sures on which action had been a
taken during his term of office
prior to the investigation by our
Subcommittee. ci
f
This was so even though
the conditions of illegal tl
trade we found in Western b
Germany two months ago k
were substantially the same
as those found and reported d
by another Congressional I'.
investigation two years ago.
It is gratifying, though, that it
In this testimony Mr. McCloy ai
said that the activities of our is
Committee were helpful to his
office in dealing with the G r-
rans. It i our sincere hope that
the steps now being taken will
be effective to keep West Ger-
nan materials from feeding the
nllltary machines behind the
Iron Curtain.
Western Germany having been
irged to the point of action, the
Subcommittee is now studying th
he Far Eastern situation to h
earn how successful our own er
controls have been In keeping Ij
,merlcan goods from the Red se
3hinese, and to learn also how gi
successful the agencies of our.
government have been in ob- ri
aining actual cooperation from fo
their countries in this field, ca
I wish I could truthfully d<
say that no materials of crt- thl
tical or strategic signific- dr
ance from the Western na- Wi
tions are finding their way ot
behind the Iron Curtain, but
that would not be so. There in
is still a large volume of Ct
such traffic. I
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CAMP MTO WA- MBU, Tanganyika. The
workings of a sItri, its insistence on detail,
ts delegation of labor make an endlessly fas-
cinating spectacle to me. There is so much to
1o and so" much gets done.
Each separate function meshes with and rests
n its neighbor. Nothing is done aimlessly or.
without specific intent. There is practically no
lost motion and few loose ends.
From a dozer to 15 native boys and one white
hunter make a lite city for the viatt ick-
rs. They transport that city hundreds of miles
nto semi-mnpaBbj toebhi, over desert, across
mountains, throu forests. They Set It upt
neq tear 4 mInutes. L
Tu live like belted eails on safa. Discom-
ort may c ine while huqttlg or traveling firm
ne camp site to another after all, three or
our days in an open JeeOt In lava dust s4n't
pure delight but when you're in camp you
are strictly on the luxury kiek.
There is even one-day service :on laundry. You4
arop the dirty clothes on the "deck and your'
personal boy has them washed and pressed --`
with an ancient iron full of hot coals before
ou come in from hunting' that night.
Far from electricity, drugstores, service sta-
ions, groceries, doctors, you have the counter-
part of all modern convenience plus no servant
problem.
We dine at six or at midnight, according to
hinm.
You are packed, unpacked, fed, watered and
generally tended without the necessity of raising.
finger.
The first thing to be unloaded when making
amp is a table, chairs and the beverage bucket
or Bwana and Memsaab,
Then fires are lit, one for the cook, one for
he clients. The beer is ice cold no ice-box,
ut condensation in the water-filled bucket
sees it chilled.
The tents are up in a whisk. The bath is
rawn carried in steaming petrol tins by
and and dumped into canvas tubs.
The food is peady miraculously when you want
and it is sumrituous fare of as many courses
s you desire. It makes no difference that it
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FR'ICE TALI ATE
While Congress himas been h$1gglit over price co
Qflee of Price Stabilliatlon has come t a virtual
Thin is revealed in a cenflaentiUal mefo from pf
quarters to all branch chiefs an section heads.
Market "for internal use only," the. mono aho*
price agency has bogged down and become dnora]
waiting for Congress tp make up Its Mlda 1bo3t
"Naturally-. we regrert e present I1tuation siJ
brought t. a halt the development Qf "five nhpnthi
fully. dnsidered and hjard workt" .the memo.. deglan
ever, neither recrimnato nor looking .fIc asi ,asu
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1 .... ...... .-.... _----_ as with ". Qt other price actions." .. .
"As Just ode example the confldeptial p emo DolneAn .,
Mr. Dilale felt that if we Issued only riee-lrioreae t
'lrt7 during this perl.d. Congress could. take t the piton, tetha ,
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RUARKof a bad situation uMtls auch tlme a it 1 resold
S R ., oBvas AND HUMOR ..
.The wost .unpopulragency in the. government, .
a fine bake oven made of a tin box, set among body knows.. I the Busa o rnl Revenue t
coals. He turns out a very fancy cake. our taxes. Actually however, the BIR is m1wde up h
When you are traveling, and picnic on the beings who, despite their unoleAssalt Job. manage t
road, the lunch box linedd the night before few chuckles out of their relations with John Q. PbUc.
contains enough choices for a lavish cold buf- For instance, a -disgruntled., taxpayer recently wwe.-,t*.
fet. Bureau .
If your car breaks down, the 'safari bo Is *nd* from, him tha th not.. shall, be taken a
an expert mechanic and has spare parts for any even that which he hath.'
conceivable emergency. "That' fom the Bible. youe lu.'and ,I think it's.. kthe. .
Ift 6gt st rlcklor antakbites you or a AnBther- ts" er 'ate ..te toi in '
buffa trahples yo e hae s"ft elnt knowl- w h l crtal-da anoft D
edge of first ad4 and dosage. plus ample medi- What I tIs a oiir- .In .--tM order.
cines, toa You or "pali you eDaorf. Th % h Au*t v l a.* booa
You A" our ow'"water, ofco there filian of nelnax of m .at -

e r 1. a 'Q I02lat a4F
adi ces Of ra o oorinery-mat-
tress, Bureau of6cials ; 'let of ,bg la .
it anonayms nd. nmrintable. A frustrated itieSn at
ton tho field your right arm U your gunbearer. the foll1IpX to his return:
A good one never 'hands you the wrong gun. A cL stood at the Der at*, '
The is always loade4 when It should be HiS mace wa worn and old f f:a
l, e r neve when it shouldrnt. e merelyaked- o the f tta of fat .
IBe trails you like a wraith, because It is con- Admission to the fold. .
ceivable that youi life depends upon his being, .
in the right place at the right time. Wht have you done?" t. Peter a*ked
P"To seek 9diission heB .
He is your guide, tracker. wet nurse .ap per- "Why, I trled." said the-man, "to figure
sonal manservant while yo0tt are irn the game My tax till the end of. the year."
country, and the first thing he does everV even-
ing is clean your guns and ratow your- equlp- SThe. ates swung open. sharply,
ment. As St. Peter touched the bell;
The administration of Rear, food boxes, skin- "Come in." he said, "and take a harp,
pers. porters, cooks, valets, washer gentlemen, You've had enough of hell."
tents, guns, linens, fuel, spare parts, whisky, '
medicine, vehicles, guns, cameras, pressure The Bureau received an anonymous letter from a
lamps. mosaulto nets, beer, coke and sundries who felt that his obligation to the government was .r5
calls for two kinds of special genius. than his tax. Enclosed was a subtantial check, with an e
Your white hunter is the high-level supervisor tached note: "Inasmuch as I wish to remain anonymous,
of the package job you bought away back In will please pardon me for not slaying this cheek.
Nairobi. -An.ther taxpaymPbein Inteirlewed'^by a deputy
was trying to get away WVth a whopping list of den-de
His headboy is the implemenitor, !& his dally claims. The deputy. knowing that the man was lying,
life Is composed of a thousand:dtals Dlus the to another collector and jokingly inlulred:. .
Iron-handed supervision, of the entire staff. Our John., what time does that bus' load o f eole ho-
Juma, a Coast Swahili with a sr sene'of hu- Y edm the government leave today for the Federal
mor and no apparent needefor sleep. 14 as close tentiary."
to a thousand-handed paragon s per I met. Man. I Just remembered," Interrupted the startled
Our touring community is quite a:4optration, payer. "Scratch all those names oft I don't support nobody i
as intricate as a jigsaw. And O'W h arry the myself." PRI.CE O "
whole caboodle in one lod.y tu; k;. MCAT PRICE PRTBCTOR
S Prlc Boj s Mike DiSalle probably doesn't know, It, butone

W et backsI ...H is ,rthurIL Maurer. aX y m k .m

S En vise how l pice :eel shold be ,on food.:.


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WASHINGTON- .(NIA).- On the same 'day
hat President Truman signed the new law-au-
horizing recruitment of Mexican labor on Am-
rican farms, papers carried the story that U. 8.
immigration officials in the New York area had
sized for deportation 900 aliens who were ille-
illy in this country.
The bill which President Truman signed car-
ed no penalties for hiring and no provision
Dr search or inspection of wetbackss" Mexi-
in laborers who had Illegally crossed the bor-
er Into the United States. So, in effect, while
ie American government was conducting a
rive to round up aliens on the east coast, It
as officially closing its eyes to the hiring of
her aliens illegally in the southwest.
Behind this glaring inconsistency is an amaz-
g story of slick legislative maneuvering in
ingress. The bill which the President approv-
I run& counter to all the recommendations of
e President's own Copmission on Migratory
abor in American Agriculture.
Sen. Dennis M. Chavez of New Mexico, who
d a futile fight by a dozen liberal senators
:ainst the conditions of the new wetback law,
llb the measure passed a "peonage bill."
It 4s said to legalize a form of slavery worse
an the system which prevailed in early U. S.
story. Slave owners exercised a certain amount
paternalism. They looked after the welfare
their "property" in order to get more work
t of It. In the new "wetback" law there are
Provisions protecting health and housing
nditions of the imported workers. They may
kept in rural slums.
Hrling wetbackss" or Mexicans legally brought
to the country as contract labor also cuts out
employment a million potential farm workers
wrong the three and a half million Spanish-
mericans who live in the southwest and would
to have the work. It cuts out several hun-
ed thousand Puerto Ricana. who are also Am-
ean citizens, and who are badly in need of
rk.
Tie 100,000 or more employing farmers and


ranchers of the southwest den all such charges. himnu t at the meroy of the urt nd on ober
They are principally, Iuaqd fruitflarim- was ound, gulty of selllnt At wholesale "'Seel. at aL.
ers of Louisiana, the. att* eltr fritt and exce atof the maxim price f ed. by ieov mune
truck farmers of Texae4 Aribzna, New Mexico Now he is b U to" W*el pe1 ot t uM
and California. high rice of mat. -
Their side of the arguspnt is essentially that 1 I
they have the work to be done qnd there is no (Copyright, By 1 5, _k1ell Sy1ndFate, Ina.)
adequate labor supply available other than .
Mexican contract lawt rs. BptahAmerlan and mis is rU s PcOUM iR I AA WN COLUMNt
American Indian resldmt ax9 said to-% be In-;
competent and unwilp tod6o '"stoop" work. .
The Mexicans are their asidatdfy want a work F kl 3 lAjA k
because they are pove tW-etften In .athe own I-w n U .
land. So why not hire t1m7?Furthermore, H MI B o x
since American labor id11 for the de-
fense effort, it becomes re necessary -- -. _
to hire Mexicans to incr"ie0 prdution. The M .e ea m I pr be M,. rees s e The Pame. AMitui
These arguments Vrevglled ores Prin- we te" ed a mlasile In ,h-ll eiMailv l, a
cipal backers of the new law, jut passed to "" -
meet the employing farmer efleations, are ,i Pea s "s.to.IiYsi d.' mul b I I sdem p 'b
Sen. Allen J. Ellender of Lduislana a ep. W. es*r _esLaib Ma n Is ke sM .essil.
R. Poage of 'Texas. It ls ssigniSfnt tha Predl- pem up a mo tes eM sa em e a l, e-t
dent Truman having signed the law, -enator Idmel s. le is i4w eM. -b mi es ll ;.-
Ellender has gone tQ M 0e"io as itte Depart- T- .-_ e sp5m m IIpeuiiw| 4 waormmo -ri "
ment representative to h l lll an agree-. M i lenws im i ,;
ment with the Mexicag .* :
Under the terms of. Sea.sed. dU.-. .. .. .-- l '
Department of Labor, ii~ith "athe O J ,da il
Mexican government.,~ t i ead 'i the Mn w iptdan nS
labor. The U. S. Rov&t i ay all ex- -i
penses. including trasr hese cost Jy..1M1, -2l. -
may run up to N00 a wtrgr. U.8. employers ,
will repay the government $153 a worker. So in The Pnama Amerian igln t 5
a sense, this is a government subsidy to agnr- Pan&aa, Rd. P. s' who
culture. i .6..'. u at .. naek Inexll ll
President Truman was e to the is y.r n5111,4i 1fs. Ba-5, I ult kI n t.
lender-Poage bill with M-h but utes, k _-l i _MW!
didn't do so. He signed hail mlUo. it law, a u p e
and asked Congress fo irizaliuend. 1 i01t1O R00 V bi -but .
mentla. The reason gJivm 1r ths action was us trunk h tol
that the President did. not pntage nise Me. th*pI
Congress further. It taf rfelt light ..ruin stibt' I'bW 8
chances to eet a bett elMl n seoti h' -
bill. But the stren .gIahil S tlt to the someone ormasyl.ap sameoo l .*-1
'weLback" law have e i pa os be NhMs to 'do lkwMaSteL, .l *


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W TOAToH, Afto o..(UP).-, E;ecretario A % ren reitero I. M de Estados Un.1iw.e
Sin Ai d"ij n j ana co.nfi* e de press i~.s t.Jciojti j.Uiusd no pw.~Meo.rn aceprar f Is l ias nrte norte-anoricoans en posiciones de doW.q .
laMae.doniass'uist eti~N ento de .una .ts Comunistas, o' isistir on qua los 'N.cits I
aOa nitra o lo largo del Parolelo 38, Unides se retire al Pardtelo 38, quieren volier ie-t.
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LAS DEMANDS ROJ)


Agreg6 que &te es un problem enteramento I
tar y que yea *I Secwtrio de Defensa, George M 'i'|
habia hecho ver cleremente la semono pasada qf"
todos Unidos io tione intenciones de retirarse de


actuoles posiciones.


Mhisa liten a travis de la cual lanzorin su atdque sor-
preswo y sin provococi6n alguna".
El $ecretario do Estado dilo quo a su modo do pen-
cIr el General Matthew B. Ridgway, Comandante Su-
premo de las Nociones Unidas, estaba presentondo la
posici6n aliada en una forma quo no admit discusi6n.
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Patreo"; Avea Quaker


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Patta taTFmid ea
H M ARIOg LA VERDAD QUE LOS DEMAS OCULTAN


AGENCIA
GLOUBALTA!
Via Espaia,
final. Lle
a Juan Ft
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v-. ug j PAtlIMI A. .. MIERCOLES, AGOSTO 1, 1951 INtCO CENTlI
85V~Mi llmigg l '4 plnk
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Bendci6n d". aprimera piedra delLiceo Plan.sobre sanc





reco 'iendan las
*e**e


Se levantar un Cens


Lo harh la Al c n Gral.

del Trabajo son base a las
d spoickes de las eyes

I e' t4: forms ua'deterainard el numa'o total de
]as oi-i'lzmdones existeaeS
TLa Inspecci6n GeneIg de Tit- medida tamblin reportari sus
Se- eeleaida de a rims ibr rk edifiele d4l Iko.* con base en el Artcllq 74 ventajas, ya que muchas orga-
Seaieo tr fr en oe terren d .lSo o eel C6dlgo de Trabajd, ha eti- nizaciones a pesar de la vigen-
Ito eRv.PaI lModo el tegtorlodo]a pt- do los reqUisitom y aui tratarkn
.d i( i 4"*'o a a .m I& con ,iu.Padro Carh dice la- ca tln Canso Sindicul. Kipro- de hacerlo canto ants. para
'Mini do Obras ubliceu gr. Norberto N rbo, y denmi d 0 a tR medida dete star anparadas. con especiall-
*i^Oube van e OmoUi a cgn Sleolmto reljo. ...3il-a clencia clerto 91 nume-dad en e Articulo 409 del C6di-
-.ttee doe cuerdo con la iy. 7
r.. ana,*n kBarbarrA Pedaacfanas. Por Io nranto as ha emneza-


ElPtoy6to de Pecreto-Lsy soire esta materia
ti em estudlo en el Obnsejo de Gabinete


mul a teivndaUesadal afo pa bado m v. n S. w. ina --m -a --*.
Eul om abt o bA t6 d gasel .
3n comelad" oremnlMWdOeV) .5 por cada receptor d rd dlo seM4 1Aen
mitro-les 15& a oosto an al 0 i tubos o enos BI 1.;
Teatro Bdella Vta con el fin do recp doos e s tb o slot. ab BI A
lreaudat lgndos pars hacker o- reneptha s d oo as nuevte tubos p ti ]
aibe I S compile p intalas de reePtomres dies tubes a mis, B/ 5.f. -.
une gala de titapl a minstal d) 00 His Mtro de lieor o vino extrsaJoe .
Lo amrticulm uministfadoe al e 0) NiM ] adautom6vil cuyo precio l Oe .D sea
Retiro soni mayor deo / 1 ;: y B/ 100.00 per cada auteomr6l s u-
Cusentsa y eldco camas, 25 yo preod* OB. oexteds de B/ 1.500.00.
celeoone4, 45 ltidores, 10 dl- En. el iuanq ecreto Ley se cinco miembros, uno de lot cua-
lis. ponuefa#, 2 meoma chicaM eatableee 11u6 e oducto de los leas representara l Organo Eje-
do miaera, 5 baihcas de made- materiorea impftox los entre- cutivo y los demps aeran esco-
ra cab respaldo, 1 estate d gar la Con tt a de la Re- gidos entire p de buen
hierro, 1 r de hler d o h Pbtc un orgn~~Imo que se crddito, de solveneia mora7 y de
5 maga laWMrg do made. d Oa ..* =A itraci6n de preparacl6n y experienciS que
AmAe 154 tuasa do 4, 100 Is Aur *ol itrza las deso- les aseguren la conflanza pu-
ADISI M t dIe ta" d c1ap $el cool ostarA asueto blica. Tamblin tendran estos
do alumi- a Ia 'vigiancla del Presl- miembros cindo suplentes. Los
Imt d cuhar dented de la epublica..y ia &Fl- nmiembros de la Junta no de-
ne doe im Ssodabsbe, ca- ca l i d la ontralork: Es- vengarin sueldo, a exception
rretIla 1 blanco de ta untA s comunicara con el del Director, cuya remunera-
carniero co nmeu, 1 mesa Organo juttvo por lterme- c6n seflala b 11 Junta. El Di-
d.'cocna de ro tnozidable y di o del MIlS de revision rector aerf nombrado par el
un caja paa tubekrtos. Social y Sal bllca.
La Junta start formada por (PD.r/ ,1 1 4 CoL V t

S6 formulaa de transacci6n


puede salvar la paz Coreana
IASf DE AVANZADA, Coreo, Agosto Io. (UP) Los delegados a l 6 confoqcio.
sobre el ceO doe fuego trqmon n w ne de liegar a un acuerdo sobre .laona maqutrol
y Il esb vares screen qUe los probebilirod de-un acuerdo son pardje Ambw ban-
dos smnt iwM n firms ew sus pwte deast en la-reuni6n de boy. El comndcado
de les'N4ciWas Unides emp do hey volvi6 a informer: "ningon progreo".
Ted gSOvc indicer 4Oe las cowmrseciones fracasar6n pronto a menos que uno
u tp4 ba@ad. ppongo ml Idrmela'd treasocci6n.


ha pedide a
r efablmca s1l
aqioefsclozuMIm
ejpn ons paron
rej.bs arrest
Im on
,Si>. uabre la.

4,Wde mosug.
oeb ter
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do en que ha n sacionies han y la deleIaci6n cgmualsta con-
do un "mpase" y que tiniuan aS camblo algeno. 1l
5 n-O m LO- .m'ronto -ya sea Almirante Joy en una dedara-
1W ca 1i tfansem e ci6n de lha bra. qineq ml-
otro rMo-- que las con- nutae iteo up dfitasamdo
tfrwnalU no fracm del todo. de su pocia bt6 ar-
.gumentos a m
La aconei is infor- rante Joy vol a esfl a
=awo XA re-daU de las co- porsi6n f..apnd". 4. lUs
", a *t= e la- Nai. N qbes uagi
9 a: "La l. eaftblechlpento de una: sa m


A s m i lti a anawn anoche, eit RIcardo J. AUaro t
reribito en;el Aeropuerto de Tocumesnt pr un numerous gru-
po, deamils y alto funcionarios. La anterior fotografla nsm
mauetW a Don Alelbiades Arosemena, Presidente de Ia -e.
pdbleA, el Dr. Rlcardo J. Alfaro, Dr. Luis C. Alemin, Dr. LiAs
D. Alfto y Don Camilo Levy Saleedo, Director del Protocolo.
Noe ompiemsft en extender nuestra cordial bienvenids al
dtatinguldo Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro.

Estudian posibilidad de poner

aire acondicionado en la sala

de operaciones del Sto. Tomas


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lai Santo Tomas, doctor LUIS D
nlaro infosn6 esta m fiana
que se eatan hacienda gestiones
pars poner alre acondicionado
al sal6n de operaciones del Hos-
pital Santo TomAs, puesto que
en la actualldad, debido a los
tiMdes calores, el rendimien-
to de e di medlco es limitado.
Tambidn nos manifesto el Dr.
Alfaro, que eat sumamente
preocupado por el mal eatado
de la lavanderoa, donde hay que
trabajar 24 horas diaries., ya
que las maquinarias que sirven
son muy poem y el hospital tie-
ne que stender el lavado del
Retre MoAU Hernandez. el
Dispnearlo Nacional y el Hos-
pital del NMo.
Con rup a l coc na, ma-
nifat6 d tor Ataro que aIs
sdthwAI* k d iMerante. ya
qae la& do w l .etA en
may sUssineI y causa
P oanpulela a la ins-
Con 1 1 1 Belevadoras.
n"s h4lpital ha re-
me-lwy quo -
a.- -i
06 a
Imb9


Recital gratulto

esta noche en el

Teatro Nacional
Esta noche a las 8.00 se pre-
-rntara en el Teatro Naclonal el
jaritono colombiano Lulascrlo
uarela. quien ofrecert an rcti-
tal ausplciado por el Depaita-
m:ento de Cultura del Ministe-
rio de Educacion.
Por date media ae avisa al pu-
b:ico en general que la entra-
da para &ate recital es comple-
Lamete gratulta y todos los a-
mantes de la buena mumica q .e-
osn cordialmente invitadoe.


CIRCULACION PAGADA


DE AYER MAS DE


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o Sindical


Dicta conferencia
Catedritico de la
Univ. de Costa. Rica
El Dr. AleJandro Aaullar Ma-
chado, catedrAtico de la Univer-
sidad de Costa Alca. dictarA en
la Universidad de Panama un
ciclo do tree conforenclas. LL
primcra sr. hoy ma.rcoles, ,1
de Agouto a las 6 p.m y virmarA
sobre LA TEORIA DF LOS VA-
LORE8 y el sentido de la axlo-
logla en Jas modernas coiLrenlte&
hi.toricistas.
La se unda serA maflana jue-
yes. 2 de Agosto, de 6 a 7 p.m.
en el Paraninfo de la Univerai-
dad sobre FUNDAMBNTAL S
ENFOQUE8 DEL ACONTECER
SOCIAL. A eata conferencia se
InviLa en eabeclal a les profeso-
rea y estudiantes de 1l Univerel-
dat y al oublico en general.


:ones


economic


Unida


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En caso de amenaza de guerra

o una agresion entrarian en

practice en forma inmediata
El Sub-Comite recomienda que las media sean
muficientemente dristicas para que el agresor
no pueda reorganizar *u economic
S 0
NACIONES UNIDAS. Agoto 1 (UP).--Un Sub-Comit de I 1
Naciones Unidas recomend6 un plan &e aeei6n medisante el ead
podrian ponerse en vior sanciones econ6micas y financlenuma g
leetivas lnmediatamente en caso de agresi6n o amenaza de agre-
l*6n.
Al someter el plan de dies puntos, el Sub-Comuit6 tambl6
suffirl6 un sitiema pars la distribuci6n emuitativa de sacrllefteiW
y ayuda external paras aquellos psises que sufran sacriflcles ex-
trwordinarlos como resultado doe au cooimael6n ea ia impousid.
dJaneiones.
S Subcomiti, interrado por ben AdisLribuirse equltatlvamraimp
re'esentantes de Australia, 2' te tomando en euenta el tpad
giVU, rilipinsa, Etado. Unid' de parlipaeoli' de cads 10A
y Vfteuela someU6 el siguleatn en Ia eoi6n collctiva. .
plan al Comit6 de Medidas Co- 6) Metdas national-
i,.s.. vitar a* IndJtw aN a


00jue' ai Gobleo. h aI
No sTom necogirioe phra,
9 1 mana a#"t dfes-I
S2). de*-
bees y pe mqlebmo de las ha-
2) UL anlneas debes tener
auffeled4 fleiilNdad par ser
adopt a euaiquler iteaci6n
que wnja.
4) que cada pals apruebe las
medifds legalese y administrati-
vas aitlclpadamente pars per-
mitirles participar sin p6rdida
do tiempo en Isa accl6n colec-
tis.
5) La imposiel6n de sanclones
t r a e ri un sacrificio desigual,
pr lo que come media do ais- i
tensela mutual los sacrifilcios de-


En el nuevo Dpto.
de Cultura estara
Don Ramon Jurado


man, uunue se puuo constatar Por Decreto Ejecutivo firn.a-
jue su condicin es serla, agra- do ayer fud creada la Direccd6n
vadu por el "shock" nervioso. generall de Cultura y Biblicte-
El heridor se encuentra dete- as del Minlstero de Educa
fildo en la Policia de La Cho- ras del Ministerlo de Educaci6n
rrera, mientras las autoridades Este Departamento reemplazza-
de Panam& y la Zona del Ca- ra al Departamento de Culturr
nal estAn adelantando la in- de ese Ministerio y sis funcio-
vestlgacl6n con el prop6sito de nes serAn much mis geherales.
verificar si el caso ocurrl6 en Al frente de este nuevo De-
la Zona del Canal o en terri- partamento de Educaci6n es,.a-
torio de la Republies de Pa- ri el escritor national Ramon
nam& H. Jurado.


baurlenl en 1tS =
7) qua loe sae mse |
ft"r it4 a.


Divide V

las sumarlas po w
sucesos de mayo A
La Investigaci6n de lom heckL I
rtlacionados con los suceaos del
mes de Mayo ha sido diviul" 1
-n dos parLes. una pars la t i
ferente a la vlolaci6n con*tt-
ional y la otra para lo relaIt5
a las muertes ocurrlidas en I
Presidencia, aegin aparece de l
providencia dictada ayer por 6el
fiscal del Tribunal Superior., *-
nior Vasquez Dias. -


En vista de esa decision, co-
rrespondera, como dice la ci-
Lada providencia, a los FiscalN
de Circuit, la investigaci6n 6e
!as violaciones conztituclotume,
"cuya competencia tendrA qu0
delimitarse", y "el conocimleatt
6c los homicidios" correspon-;
deri a la Fiscalia dil sef or
Vasquez Diaz.
El expediente relacionado e A /:
la derogatoria de la CoML.tt
ci6n fud regresado al Fiscal ti
gundo del Circuito, Licenciltdb
Dario Sandoval.


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HARMOCCO ARIAS. iiioCTOR
EDITADO POR LA
EoTORA PANAMA AsLNIGA. S. A.
TSLEFC O -O0740 St[rTRAL PnIVADOA APARTADO POSTAL NO. 134
.K1 1UU TALLER .b SITUAOOb I STA C.j: D. C.ALLk NO. 57

LA POLITIQUERIA.
Se va desatando en todo el pais algo asi como
una ola de politiqueria que si no se detiene hk de
consumer las mejores energies de un numero apre-
ciable de ciudadanos. Falta casi un afio para las
elecciones y ya se han insinuado no menos de seis
candidates a la presidencia de la Republica. Pare-
ciera que es &sa la actividad favorite de los pana-
mefios.
Desgraciadamente muchas de las discusiones
que se sunscitan al respect no se rozan con temas
de verdadera polifica, es decir con planes, progra-
mas o-reformas de orden fiscal, econ6mico o so-
cial. Por lo general se hacen cargos apasionados, a
veces violentos, contra personas y contra grupos, o
se tejen comentarios exagerados en favor de can-
didatos potenciales. Unas veces ditirambo, otras
diatriba. Mis lo fltimo que lo primero.
Claro esti que tambien se habla de "concordia"
y de "armonia" en la familiar panamefia. Pero a
rengl6n seguido muchos de los que predican la con-
fraternidad, entire otros, se encargan de poner de
relieve cierto espiritu de intransigencia o de in-
comprensi6n. Actos de escasa o relative importan-
cia que pudieran acaso atraer de alguna manera
la atenci6n piblica, aunque sean meramente de ca-
racter civico, se interpretan como de alcance poli-
tico incalculable.
Entre tanto, por causes de distintos 6rdenes,
se van acentuando gradualmente la crisis fiscal y
la crisis econ6mica. El Erario Piblico sin recursos
suficientes para tender a las demands, siempre
crecientes, de la comunidad, Los contribuyentes se
muestran cada dia mis reacios al pago de los im-
puestos existentes, y mis firmemente decididos a
rechazar gravimenes adicionales.
El public en general se queja de los costs
elevados y de la falta de trabajo. El comercio con-
fiesa sin ambages que se encuentra en estado de
languidecimiento. La pequefia industrial protest
per la falta de protecci6n. Los agricultores estin
en constant indecision por las actuaciones varian-
tes, impensadas y confusas que de tiempo en tiem-
po ha puesto en vigor el Banco Agropecuario. Ha-
ya o no fundamento para que se piense asi, es evi-
deate gue las cuestiones que se supcitan. son de
singtfai importancia y, por tWikto;, bi ,jpledetfestu-
diarse sino en un ambient propicio.
No deben ser de imprescindible urgencia las
actividades de la politiqueria. Precisa reaecionak
prontamente. Porque en realidad son apremiantes
los problems que confront el pais. A pesar de la
confusion mental que prevalece, causada por los
hondos sacudimientos que ha sufrido la Republica
en los fltimos afios. la comunidad, en lo general,
se da cuenta de la dificil situaci6n que existe. Oja-
1% que las fuerzas vivas de la Naci6n dediquen su
mis solicito empefio en calmar los inimos, para
que los dirigentes puedan abordar de lleno el es-
tudio austero, sereno y patri6tico de los graves pro-
blemas que esperan pronta soluci6n.
b S


FELIX


SUCURSAL en la Avenida Tivoli
LA VENTA DE ANIVERSARIO
CONTINUE
NueOas Rebajas en Mercancias
VENTAS AL CONTADO -
No se Admiten Cambios Ni Devoluciones -

FELIX B. MADURO, S. A.
SUCURSAL SOLAMENTE
Avenida Tivoli No. 6 Aire Acondicionado
enfrente al Corren de Anc6n ABIEtTO dead las 9 a.m. 6 p.m.
y durante el mediodia.


Wde WASHINGTON
p o DREW PEARSON

Drew Pearson dice: El pueblo norte-americano pago las
dos terceras parties de Ia raci6n de comida de los Grie-
gos a precious m6s bajos de Iqs que pagamos nosotros
por nuestra comida.


WASHINGTON. Todavia no
se ha anunciado publlcamente,
pero aunque el pueblo norte-
americano tiene que pagar al-
tos precios por su comida, tam-
blen tendri que pagar la cuen-
ta para mantener bajos los pre-
cios de la comida para los grie-
gos. Estados Unidos ha acor-
dado pagar un subsidio para
la mitad de la dieta griega a
precious bajos.
Lo que sucedi6 en Grecia fue
que un Gobierno timido permi-
tio que la inflacidoi subiera los
precious fuera del alcance del
hombre de la calle. El Gobierno
griego rehus6 aumentar los im-
puestos o aprobar otras medl-
das contra la lnflaci6n asi que
para combatir la infiltracion
del comunismo, Estados Unidos
ha prometido respaldar un pro-
grama de racionamiento de trees
anos.
De manera que nosotros Ie
daremos a los griegos cas i el
65 por clento de su racion, o
sea unas 1,500 calorias de su
raci6n total de 2,400 calories.
Pero aun mas, Estados Unidos
no solo va a proveer la comida,"
sino que la suministrarA a pre-
cios. much mas bajo que en
Estados Unidos. En otras pala-
bras, el. pueblo norteamericano
garantizara a los griegos dos
de cada tres comidas diarias,
a precious mas baratos que los
que estamos pagando por nues-
tra propla comida
Y todo esto sin contar los
2,000 millones de dolares en
ayuda que Ie han sido en-
viados a Grecia decade. que
termino la guerra.
Nota Los que estan ha-
ciendo de las suyas son los
armadores griegos, quienes se
han hecho fabulosamente ri-
cos de la noehe a la ma-
iana llevando la carga a
Grecla. Los armadores griegos
compraron sus barcos a pre-


SALPULLIDO?


Alivio mas r6pido con
Takeo Antisptico

AMMEN
Por contener tres notables ingredien.
tes medicinales, Ammen, ademis de
aliviar, proteger y traer bienestar, pro-
porciona multiples bedefieios.
S ive y calmante, Ammeo inicia en
se'e ia Ia mejoria reduciendo la irri-
rat' n v eliminando las molestias.
ilsclo! '
S61o un tldco tntisptico
como Asmen, puede dau
los resultado. do Aunen.

ITALCO


SAMME5


close de ganta en Estados U-
nidos, y hoY dia cobra ta-
rnfas eseandaloamente eleva-
das per el'use de sos barcos.
A cambio de todo esto no
pagan impuestos en Estados
Unid s f cast ninguno en
Grecia.
RIASE DE LOS IMPUE$TOS
La agenesi mi impopular
del Gobierno, como todo el
mundo sabe, es la Oftcina de
Rentas Internas, la que cobra
los impuestos. En realidad,
esta oficina estA 9ompuests
de series humans, quienes a
pesar de su desagradable tra-
bajo, logra'n reirse de vez en
cuando de las ocurrenclas del
public.
Por ejemplo, una de las vic-
timas de los Impuestos escri-
bij6:
"-y a aquel que tenga...
se le quitari hasta lo que
no tengsa".
"Esto to saqui de la biblia,
so idiotas, y creo que es Io
unico que ustedes se saben de
ella".
Otra victim envi6 esta no-
ta junto con sU formulario
de rentas internal: "861o dos
cosas son seguras en la vida,
la muerte y los impuestos. Lo
unico que siento es que no
sucedan en ese orden".
La oficina de impuestos ha
oidoe today lase de excusas de
los morosos pero una de las
mas raras cs esta: "Yo hu-
biera pagado ant e estos im-
puestos, pero result que te-


En c I lend a uno, y
sentira el rico aro-
ma y la suavidad
de los nuevos ciga-
rros WHITE OWL!
Nunca, nunca, que
sepamos, un ciga-
rro tan suave, ha
tenido un sabor tan
rico.


SELECT- A SCHEME

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Cigarros


OWL


Usted no
para gozar


necesita aspirai
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nia un tio ftsetleMasb en .et l mM ,. .
Otro, al explicar per qu6 La ofteina Is doupuests re-
habia Incluide a. x ipra cibl6 asI vp. ft, earti do
come dependlenua dijoie "Co- un etudadano ;la equ' de-
me como un ea i". cia ci as giu & uw d..a w-rG-
La ofcina di t aMdo t bleroo -41 ,rfor-6e
tamblin reelbe ods cl m e ile g yiimp trt3 9^6-
cuentos allunes demasd do cluia e hem. qpr ma su-
subidos de tone para ser u ma may aft. heqe trails
blicados en esta column. ain la iutlent t 'a:c "Ce mso
embargo, un cludadano lnlu- quiero permanafeer an6nimo,
yo junto con su cheque el podrian peoldenurae que no
sigulente cuento: "Un hombre firme deh oeqe?"
se murlo y lleg6 a Ws puer- En una soeal6n, el elector
tas del cielo todo raido y de oapuestoes taba entrovis-
eansado. San Pedro le re- tando a an dudadano que
gunt6: Que ha heebho uted quezia hteluir n enerne lis-
para career que so metree el ta doe ipeadat.es ae su .in-
cielo? A lo que contsA6 el ferme de g _asa_. El selector,
pobre hombre: "He estado sabienedo,4te d hombre men-
tratando de calculAr los Imn- tia, W-vr6 h a un compa-
puestos que tenp quo poasr nero .1ie 6 gtuat6:
a fin de ano. Entonees San "OYF, IDa,-ra qu6 horm sale
Pedro, abriendoe ls perts do el bus- 9 g n teds Is gentle
par en par Je due: "PaI. aV que ho ;estajao al Goblerno
delante hijo mfo. Ya nsted rumbe -a e roel "
ha estado demaslade tempo In tent te .m-
pi6 el. otrNTt0ado: "Ahora
me aueroT heato tdes
i .@iim aeos nominbres que pus ali.
Yo nos manteu es anmus na-
', die que a mi =I mtoo". ,

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Colors: blanco r9 a
lla, negro, .
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NUELOS PLISADOS
Diez colors.
Especial. ..0.65


OUANTES DE NYLO
Blancos y negros.
Tallas 6 a 7V
Especial.. .1.95

ARETES Y COLL
En cuentas bland
Nuevos eetilox
Especial: 0.75 y


ZAPATOS a 10.95
silnco y azul, blanco y brown.
Tallas 4 al 9.
Tac6n altor y tac6n cubano.


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NUEVA YORK, agosto lo. -
El Embajador Charles M..
rS;offord, subjefe de la delega-
ci6n. de los Estados Unidos en
el Consejo del Atlantico del
Norte, consider que con la vo-
luntad de trabajar fuerte y tra
bajar unidos 'hay razones para
tenor f1 -en nuestro progress
hacia la verdadera seguridad
del AtlAntieo".
Al h blar en un program
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duo que "las tareas aue estan
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PANAMA
ARIAS.V MARCONI
e T. C traF' y Call, "U"
TMfonD: 3-0769


. Lagran refine
fue cerrada es
del NOrte u. solo Ingenif
Don a61o desconectar tres
-, d6 cerrada ia mis
petroleo
Pros 'aturales MA agesto 1o. (U. -
Un Ingenlero ,bitinlco desco-
S nect tres giganteseas bombs,
. p r or. a i cerrando Ia mt grande refine-
SSUperiore a 3 1 ra a de petr6leo del mundo, la
refineria de Abadan, de la An-
glo-Iranlan Oil Co.
ta SOVietlCa I' clerre de esti refineria ha
cortado el envio de petroleo at
S ocoldente y ha dejado sin tra-
Delegaci6n de los E. L. bajo a mas de 12,000 obreros
Atlantico Norte Iranio; y ha hecho hoy mas
urga te que nunca la necesi-
-- dad de un pronto arreglo de la
enconada dispute petrolera en-
zacl6n del AtlAntico del Norte tre Gran Bretafla e IrAn.
son tin reto a los recursb3 tntd-
lectuales y espirituales del mun El clerre de la refineria de A-
do llbre". badAn ha coincidido con la
El Embajador agreg6: ilegada de Harriman a Tehe-
"Nuestro4 recursos materials ran para tratar de apresurar
son claramente superstores a los Is nueran Bretafia y cones entire
de la 6rblta sovletla. El reto n y (ran Breafa y con la
de la 6rbita sovlftlea. El reto extensi6n de la ley marcial por
esta en el uso que hemos de dos mess mi en la Provincla
hacer de nuestro activo. La coo- de Khuzistan en done estnn
peracl6n de la habilidad tdc- los campos petroleros.
nica, el aumento de la produc-
tividad, la movilizacldn del po- La refilneria de AbadAn fue
derio military, son fuerzas que cerrada debido a que los tan-
exigen determinacilr. y coope- ques de petroleo de la misma
racd6n del mnis alto otden".co eaene
.s encuentran completamente


u balboa hoy
One que
-S-T-I-R-A-R-S-E

ucho masque antes

SU DINERO
CTOS NACIONALES
%ENOS PRECIO!


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i8ER RY ilatiene!


El WDopa aemal, hbe ePer n0 62
vmmcaxemqw,& wee" ona be ihrashme
NE d~i U edoM6 do povb jybe.


Ens yelo -E
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Les cifrs *odeless do
Sregistro do les E.UU.
de*muestran que do todos
no los Mercury fabricados,
92% andon *dn on la
Las cifras oficiales de registro
en el informed annual mas re-
ciente indican que, entire los
autos circulantes, el 92% de
todos los Mercury inscritos
estin todavia en uso. Esto
prueba durabilidad a traves de
los anios ... ly de los Mercury,
el 1951 es el superior!
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Cuandocompre un nuevo auto, maled quiere. naturalmenre,
quele sirva y queledure. Con el Mercury usted tiene la cerli-
dumbre-respaldada coo hechos y no con palabras-de que
su Mercury me hispara qwue dure quiz mis afloe de Io que
lo nece ta. Eso Vime de que los Mercury me crean y fabrican
para adaptarse a las condiciones de terreno de su localidad.
(Lo cual usgnilea extra resisBencia, extra meguridad y sin
rival economfa e m anejo y mantenimiemtol


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llenos y los buques-tanques no
llegan en busca de petroleo.

REUMAi A MO
Cuando !o dolo prpducidox por
el reumatismo, artr? x neurtais,
lumbago, clttics mdoaulos adolori-
don, coyunturas binchadas, I@ ator-
menten, obtuena Remind en la
botica en eaguld. Romind I* alivl-
arA rApidamente, permnitlndnle
dormir y trabajar c6modamente. No
sufra innecesarlameate. Obtongs
Remind hoy milmo.


(O recemos tin
nuevo surtido de

BRASSIERES


todos los estilos
y tamahos

PETICOTES
-- de soda fria con *ncajes,
- on diferentes mddelos. C
2.75- 95 h

CARTERAS
en colors










MANTILLAS E
do tul bordado y encaje,
various pr

MEDIAS.
Un nuevo surtido de la
finisima marca B. F. p1
Colors favorites
edo mod a. PRi
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ATENCION


ria de Abadin
ta manana por
ero Britlnico
s gigantesca't Ionbas que-
grande refineria de
del mundo
Esta ha aido la primer rez I
desde agosto de 1941 que la re-
fineri, ha sido cerrada. La re-
Sineria do, Abadao tiene una ca-
pacidad para destUar 3,500,000
galones d petr61eo crudo dia-
riamente.
El ingeniero de la Anglo-Ira-
nian Oil Co. dijo que solo toma
media horse cerrar la refineria,
pero para abrirla pasaran qui-
zas semanas.







i tsto sits vivir mamitai
El beb et' content cuando so
siente c6modo, libre de irritaciones
de la piel... Iy limpiecito! Para. sto
tue Jab6n y Aceite Johnson. Prol,.
ja a su nene...ihigale grato 01vivirl
SACEITE Y
(a JAB6N
JOHNSON
Lo mar orm ei ae...
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)btanga ia Tigura que Ud.
a soAado a su alcance...
con Maiden Form.

DE NOCHE
pastels ,\

PARAGUAS
de ray6n, an diferentes
colors 16 varillas.
PRECIOS ECONOMICS.

PARAGUAS
PLEGABLES
C6modos para Ilevar
en eol bolso.

:SPANOLAS
, blancas y negras, I
ecios.

TIJERAS F
ALEMANAS.
ara baby, border, unas, I
costura. *
ECIOS SORPRENDENTES (
desde 35 ,
*n adelante.

ABANICOS
ESPANOLES
motivos variados I


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VEA ESTOS PRECIOUS!


VESTIDOS


S.. ...*...* a


2.95 hasta 14.50


PETICOTES ................... .


2.40"


CAMISONES ................... 2.40


PIJAMAS


PANTIES .... .... .... ........ 55.

PANTIES NYLON .......... 85f y 1.20

MEDIOS PETICOTES NYLON........ 3.50

TRAJECITOS de niias, antes 3.50 a 8.50
AHORA 2.25 a 5.50

DELANTAITOS de ninas......... *

MEDIA DE RAYON... ... 45

BLUSAS ........... Antes 3.50 a 15.00
AHORA 1.00 a 6.50

MESAS para bridge............. 6.95

LAMPARAS .........11.50 hasta 19.50

VAJILLAS 'Meaken' (fabricacion in-
glesa, 53 piezas, servicio para 8:. 16.50
tambl6n por piezas suellas. ,

SABANAS DE HILO,c/u...... 9.75

FUNDAS ..... ..... .......... 1J5

APELERAS P................... 1.50
MEDIAS PARA NIOS............ 39f

:ARTERAS PARA SENORAS..50f a 100


2 0 descuento en
% otras mercancias


VENTAS AL CONTADO.

No se admilen cambios r
ni devoluciones .


MADURITO


AVENIDA CENTRAL 100


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33p


PIQUE
iso on colors surtidos

SEDA FRIA
special para ropa interior
on blanco y rosado.


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Joe Louis y Cesar Brian


Se Enfrentan Esta Noche


*El ifmte .L Olinpico envi6 cable a

Salvador informando que el quintet

paam eloM viaj sin el debido penniso


Tambien se pidi6 al Fitbol y Baseball informes so.
bre el viaje do los equipos Anc6n y Pinocho
o --


-Por R. TEJADA-
El Comit6 Nacional Olimpico,
soe reuni6 anoche en las Ofi-
cings del Departamento de Edu-
caql6n Fisica, cgn la asistencia
del P esident4 Anibal Illueca, y
losa plegados Francisco Hur-
tado de Atletismo, Gustavo El-
menmann de Boxeo, Germinal
4arasqueta de Tenis, Leopoldo
De Le6n de Levantamiento, To-
ay GOramunt de Football, Vir-
illo de Le6n de Esgrima, y
nibal Casis Neira de Nataci6n.
.Nombr6 una comisi6n inte-
grada por los Delegados Hur-
tado y blsenmnann para qua en
uni6n del Presidente del Comi-
Ut rindleran un informed con
plazo de 8 dias en'relaci6n con
el viaje de un grupo de Canas-
teroa a San Salvador, sin per-
aniso de ninguna entidad de-
.portiva. Tambien acordo el Co-
amit# Olitmpico en su reunion
de anoche solicitar a las dife-

En movido juego de
tbol vencie.1 el Lord
Chester al Ati. Chileno


renters Comisiones y Federacio-
nes una list de sus integran-
tes. Asi como solicitar a los De.
legados de Football y Baseball
un informed en relaci6n con el
viaje de los equipos Pinooho y
Ancon a San Salvador, Uno de
los asuntos de mayor inter6s
tratados en la reunion de ano.
che consistio en enviar un ca-
ble a San Salvador para co-
municar que el Combinado de
basketball que se encuentra ce,
lebrando series de partidos en
aquel pais no tiene permlso pa-
ra ello, En la reunina de ano-
che se aprob6 el nombramiento
de Ricardo de la Esprlella como
Asesor Tdcnico, del Comit6 Olim
pico, para que con su experien.
cla y conocimientos contribuya
a asesorar a las diferentes Fe-
deraciones y Comsiaones Depor-
tivas, aprobandose finalmente
una proposici6n de Gustavo Ei-
senmann. para que en el futu-
ro cuando se envie. Delegacl6n
Deportiva al Exterior, se llame
a los Entrenadores al Comit6
Olimpico para que rindan un
informed sobre las condtciones
del equipo que dicho entrenador
tenga a su cuidado.


. En el comentado e irteresan-
te partido de fitbol que sostu- Los COin lsarlos
vieron los equipos Lord Ches-
terfleld y Atl6tico Chileno. en
a ,Justa de 14 Liga de Vista de J.F.suspende
Hermosa, los cigarrillero's dalle-
ron alrosos por e' apretado
acre de 1 tanto a 0. anotando a cuatro 11netes
"el 1ico goal Luis Luzcando con
un remate de cabeza al cobrar-
as un corner. Los Comisarios de Juan Fran-
En los otros encuentros del co impusleron las sigulentes
Campeonato, el Orion se impu- suspenslones:
so al Parque Lefevre, tambin uspendidos por 4 reunions
por uno a cero, marcando el el jinete J. Phillips por estor-
:goal Agustin Romero: bar la accion de Carmela 1I
El Vista Hermosa vencio al ('oto) con Uncle James.
.Llaurd6 por 2 a .1 en un mo-' Se suspendi6 al jinete F.
Video cotejo, y Millnarioa le ga- Iose por 12 reunion por cam-
m6 al Arsenal por 2 tantos a 1, bio de lnea con Baby Betty
'donde ambos onceno ofrecieron en Perjuicio de Fulanito.
Una satisfactoria .ctuacl6n. Por estrechar en la recta fl-
SLa Lga de F~tbol. de Vista nal a Silver Foy (A. Mena) se
W- k'-- tlene esta noche.a las suspended a B. Plplldo con 13
7 1 ipqrtarite .runl6n y pil- reinloanes (ltent Hecho).
de puntuaf asistencia a todos Suspendi.d por 4 reuniones
,oJ directors y representantes G. Sanchez por estorbar al sa-
ide equipos. lir con Alto Alegre a Parag6n.



SELECT-A-SCHEME

I


S. I 4 N, -
Esos dolores son una advertencia de la naturaleza
que usted no debe desoir. Pueden ser un indicio de la
presencia de ciertos desechoe y venenos nocivos, que
no han sido debidamente eliminados por los rifiones.
Estimule sus rifiones con un medicamento de
renomgre mundial: las Pildoras De Witt para los
Rifiones y la Vejiga. Por su acci6n diuretica, activan
Ia 'funci6n renal, favoreciendo, por lo tanto, la
eliminaci6n de esos venenos y desechos, que son la
causa probable de sus dolores. Ademais, ejercen una
suave acci6n antisiptica y balsimnica en tOdo el
aparato urinario.


Se venden en todas las farmacias
frascos de 40 y 100 pildoras.


del pais, en


INCUSTaIA 6RITANICA

Pida DEWT


El argentino so ---
muestra optimbita fino de b t de El jO mcu Lot. C
para esta pel.a o e maugura e S bado_ c.tr. a e .LM g F

SAN FRANCISCO, Agosto o10 do HA rlou y Brn Se rauOi l foxi O
(UP)-Joe Louis el otrora r0y El pt6ximo~sAbado on la no- rige Orlando Cheea et. Taller ntiMlUt# .)
del mundo pugilistico y C6aar che ae sImur ark el Campeo- Sousa estA bajo la direcei6n del tran ln arlts. l a a .IS
Brl6n is aportaci6n argentina, ato Pem Uiao de Basketball conocldo Lul ',Bototmn" Dias, BASRETBALL FEMENINO marathon cicli de IPanama U el 01 ruuto 1.
al deported de los puinos, on- de4 Soeguda Oategoria s4 la 1I- y el Malta Vigor Jr. lo dirlge CsteoriaI Mayor Co16U-PaWamA Q% correij Dlteetor de Ia lecuela de
frentarAn esta noche aqui en g Indepdtente capitalina. el maestro 1lx Aldren Segda Vuelts el pro6imn domtgo pom9ro p"rv y Ofll,
un eneuentro que ha llamado n el padoentre los conjun- El campeonato coprendera G. P. P"J. del ma a c dedloade A toudon iA partlclpaut
poderosamente la atencl6n del tt1 Electrops y Nehl, en el 2 vueltas y los juegos so eofec- Danar ............. 2 1 .7 a Ia sblla del .eru. lea ha eaiXudo crtU fcdo m
mundo pugilietico. Gimnaalo aclonal comlernan- tgarin los sAbado1 y domingos CArdenas ........... 2 1 .6* E te lalA "Augto rpnd l" co que compruebta uua
Joe Louis espera pesar 210 do a las 7 p.m. en punto. en is maAfani. Vigor .......... I 3 .J33 ha deperta tel W a .ten terds central en p4rt 11" eot
libras en el moment del en- Cuatro quipos so disputarAn Oprto ...............1 .33 entree 10 ar*t gla0e *o1 Yol 4 d Mq ,ars
cuentro, mientra que Bri6n eate Tornoo y o J otroo doa son La Directiva esti Integrada q .. . que partiaclW B ;m lae- Btre l '
pesara 195 libras. el Taller ggUa y el Malta Vi. tambidn pPr cono0piso y e"tu- reaff ts..p'. tactd 1 dliCl~im nabs au eBt tIi 4
gor Jr, .lastas deportistoas copw son: CC A B S vDANAB nal. equip-d#. Arten
Louis que venci6 par deci- Los eVatro elluipoa eatan cornm- rof. Olga T ams Progddpta; 7.00 p.m. L prueba oe iniclari en la venport, Col6n, Vo
sion al argentino dijo que espe- puesto. ,par entualasta y pro- Maestra Afipina T. d Torres, -- entrada del Estadlo eNafoal a mJia. "
raba repetir pero que Bri6n no metdoras jugadoras, eastando Secretaria; BASRITBALL MASCULINO
es contrario despreclable "que el Electtogas dirigido par Ga- BAMK A MABCULINO
puede aguantar buen golpe y briel "Plo" Torrea y formado Sra. Gabriela de UL6p, Tamre.- CastegriaMay orA
tiene una buena derecha." par alumnas de la EIcuels Ma- ra. See &da VaIt
Los empresarios de esta plea nuel J. Hurtado. El Neh 10o di- Sra. Gloria de .Mnasoe Fsal. a. P. W
esperan una recaudacion de 765 ..Ce. a ter ...... 7 .8
mU d61ares, El "Cow Palace" a .......... r r
tiene capacidad para 16 mil es- Comienzan a Hegar mafia l os de C Vie a ....... L trentan t enn
pectadores y las entradas flue- Male ....... 4 3 d9 du j l EI
tan de 7 d6lares y medlo a dos C der de Baseball del be b e
y media. El manager de Rex JuId de Roy. IDd- \--- .MN : IW premwo espeole, peut los
Layne que estuvo observando ---- MAURCIO vs BAM Gran duele so espera este fin tra0. mAs destaeades del
los ejerciclos de Brln dijo que La Liga Profesional de Base- nes de la Confederaci6n de Ba- 8.15 p.m. de somana on la prueba' de 4a mentor Gamo landwood y We
esperaba powder pactar un en- ball esti laborando con activi- seball del Carb, q so l- i clase 'B" que s celebrara en FOX enfrentaran nada me
cuentro de este con Layne pa- dad y fieza pars ls rounto- ran el pr6ximo' vrnes en la Per Wberto Tjada V. el Hipdromo N'aclonal y en Ia que a magnifloo hijo de C
ra una fecha proxima. mafiana en el Hotel El Pana- cu. part n vares de los de Lyons, Roy a(oup,.
Caar .Brl6n el apuesto .bo ..ION. mi. La Liga de Panamip deia. con doa Je I= de Ia Ia. ca- mejores eqios que actualmen- p la e t"pad--
xeador argentino predijo qua CITAION DEPORTIVA n6 al conocido delortlta, seor tegorl cattian etat nocht te compiftn en la vieja caflcha m segundo puetp;
vencera a Louis en esta ptlenta, D, Lj, Eric Delvalle comd el vocero en e) O iaso Nactonal, los gabanera. De no medlar ningain n
en la cual trata de escalar otro FEDERACION DE dASIaA U de la entidad o las reuniones clampel de la Lig Provin- Conr gran entusiaume se co- veniente- esta prueb. debe
peldaflo en su lucha par 11gar Etas noche a las 7.30 slesion de a contederadi6n. cial do etball: menta.en toMC alo eallowfi- sultar muy refida 4ded el
a conquistar el cetro mundial la Federaci6n Nacional de Base Los different Deleado co- icos sta carters ya que par- mlhzo hastia el
peso pesado. "Esta vez" diuo ball para Aficionados de Pana- menzarin a llegar mafiana, y CAE M iAS vs DANAR tidparin ejemplres de .la talla En el evOnto paa *J<
"me le voy a lanzar sin darle ma, en el Sal6n de Recreo de entree las figttras del baseball Eat* I, e0 orresponde a las de o Ryal. Coup, aGeraeloed, plares de la clasce oa
cuartel. No voy a esperar como ia Cerveceria Nacional, pars la que ae asperan Ostn Robort L. damask, y at 61 estar on juego Welsh ox, Bandwood, Dictador cuetran inseritoe i
hice en Chicago." cual e cita a todo sus miem- Finch de Estados Undos, Emi- el primer uesto do su catego Montlito y air Chace. Welsh Loch, Ra i
bros, por los asuntos de gran lio de Armas de Cuba, quien de ria. Un r eldo pleito se esper En ste tejo 44gnQ d4 tener Phoebus Apolo y .
Inter6s, que se tratarimn. acuerdo con cable reelbido hoy, entro estes dos eqUlpos.
Social Deportiva Tambl6n se cita a Joo sefiores legari esta noehe on l vuelo
Ceebr hu le Bls santAclars y Gerarld Budd 301, senior Ramos Cobin de Cu- AUCO AM
Celebra hey so cdmpeafios, examinadores de los Aspirantes ba, etc. Estos dos equipos que se en.


l e.a a AMBATO comunecacin ofical so dare a 6 e1a d invqcto del Lord Chest s
geyggggt gganf d Informa a stis miembros que conocer en la reunion del sa- ter, cuenta ahora con el re- rnd
taM vrea Coea mafiana tendrsa una reunion bado. fuerzo de Rub6n Bladea y Wa-
t l practice a las 4 en el lpresentgar dea btuo del obierno c Troutt, mientras qua el Ma
u on I costumbre y pide puntual Asis- ricio l6rd adquirir los servl.
de basketball del C ribe ten ciaI iclae l eslgado.Julio Arose.
topss o mcon lya i



nurs sae en elnle eor Febrero del prximo ara, y m ris as inspectores de p l .f
nn'DP. AMaiATO omunicaciprn official so da9,a OA invlpuri ycto del Lord Ch o s-
8r c lampeona lnet to \
Repr entente de Inormlo a sud miembros que concern en sm reuni6 del taA- ter, cuenta aha con el re-
Elafina tendra una reunr n bade fuer dAllBran Rubn Blad y Wa-
aCuba Maurica C las e i lugarr de 9-2,_ oItleeysit_, nretae



para adjudict are el Campeonan_ _fe__e_ lyAll. 'i ot, 1 iH ntr ed-
acotunibre y plde puntuas asis- rie bgs6 adquirir las servi.




rita que dioge Eduardo (Rato) 1diea noa. ado Juo re.




C ros Teoada sas 6 aroso en Jr, 1n l S Yanqu ctors d puer
este compromise adjudicindose *
el triuno decade la loma de los *.Pa. O t la a AN LUIS, Agoato lo. (UP)-
li ncoreros mientras que el alma.. r eAi l espoeran has81 lanadr Fred afford pr .
cenista Manuel Villa fu6 el per- l 9-, que toman All.-B ran.t Si W uien lo Yanqui pagaron clen
pdedor. jiiudeninto sa deb na falt de ve- mil d6lares a lo Carmeltas an I

Delegado de Ia Lig tProesm -ter C. H.d a a e. Aea s ts e .al naom a intoQ.1a& a
arm. Ta yl6oor. 1a04 vaaoiAo -t6





nal de Cuba a a Rel t6n d la Mauriunfo d2 4 1 d Oia Dick Starr. Agosto (UP...-V-- m.c0.cI w
Confederaci6n del Caribe, y una Angelini 9 7 0* iM aDimk r.


de las figures de prestigio y
consideraci6n en la pelota cu- A. Thompson del Angelini co-
bana; es uno de loe duefeos del nect6 un cuadrangular, H. Su-
equipo Cienfuegos y u Ilegada gar y J. Trout eon 2-2 y A.
esti anunciada para esta noche Smal 2-3 resultaron los mejores
en el vuelo 301. bateadores.

PERITOS IN AUTOMOTORES CONCURREN .. .
Para mayor pitencia motriz-decidase per

CHAMPION *


"Mis nuevs Chameplea dmn much m6s vde' a ml
auto . ." se* el r. Tulle Moltti do Caner,
Argentina, "y me *s much m6s agradable guitar
ahora quo antoa. Reinstalo un nuevo juego deo
Champion coda 15,000 kil6motros. El kilometraJe
adicional quo obtengo me ahorra dinero en combus-
tible. Y siendo costo de vida io quo es
hay dia, 6st. es un Factor importantisimo."
Pr dilecas ddel mundo enter
por m6s do un cuarto do siglo


DCOA NUEVO!

con tO(Orac




DIVIERTASE RE

BEBIDAS REFRESH
EXQUISITOS CA
SMELODIAS DE C
Pida su Pieza Fav
oCa Dmtal Kolyn da
bri lo dientee ... haciendo
encantadorau soonrisal Kolynom Tetintin del Hi
elimina los Acidog que provoeam
Il rise. Kolynos detruye l m Agradable Ambil
baeterlks quo produce Ioe Acidos.
INo hay nada melor que AKoLno y el Ritmo de la oMiSi
Iara ombatir la caries dent
Compare hay mimo Kolynao y
..J. slotodolosd dist-! .,.o 5:30 7 p.m. Lune a
KOLYNOS St "'" 5" :.- * ,'"*
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S- HOYa las 8:30 p. m.

Sen las emisoras de la


RADIO PROGRAMS


CONTINENTAL!


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My la ctaRaMB pedCd de APASo

MARIMBA CHIAPAS


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Panamd


-FRESQUESE CONFORTABLEMENTE
Y GOCE CON
CANTES EN EL BAR BALBOA
NAPES, OBSEQUIO DE LA CASA
)RGANO POR LUCHO MUROZ
onita.


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CSr, -, W"i&t doe yrd ofrecen asti uoch6 una
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dems pirfwarPM .r eo sM meA prosusa
prstoo a to"4s gMilua puWuss, OtcOB o
#i13m, NOW4 agd4u oll y "rjpwcm poli.
. cas que Mvatom ofradas fl skle y dieron
Mkic Co prMdci al aCtO de l4 pf1iBclWId6


FRANCISCO AIW PARES
(q ( D. (.)
, M Iovo de cw 1it a el qiato aaiwtcario
de t faHeidmientg.


Panama, Agosto de 1961


Acabmos de recibir

Iluevo surtdo, de

BRASSIERES
MAiDEN FORM
en tedMe I" estUo y tasmtos.

uLevo 4tdo de vestldos
en algod6n y en seds

dode 7JS


.4
.:r. -~


MOJIJD

ahora 1.

Medi46 PHOENIX
para ninos
0A5


LA CREATION
Avenida Central No. 67
PANAMA


SAj. el Eaerge de N
k Chile .Ap Nicarua,
irnanmdo. MtOe Cortez,.
ira doDi Adelita de L
3a frt1i Jimena Lorci
tOsn asJmadoo ayer co
MoektaU ofrecido por el
TQXo ne" Ford y nefora
.eldeola aiendo ademi
tado uln grupo de sus a
4d.

1 de la Ofic
e1$oIs blihcas do 1
a un alaujo hoy
4of Oswios Bold. Bout
Osadir Ml senior .Ton
Vy, flpien ha sido
1d a Buenos Aires,


~~,.jumo 91 -~


aoFordj,
Sded ord, p
a de osupr
dia paaado fen l dM
de Col6n.
De Europa
Nos es grato dArle t .b.enve-
ida a l Dr. Ricardo J. ARIte Y
seiora Amelia l& yon,, df, Afar
too, qulenes rereeaslmn anoche
por la via area de hs viaJe por
Europa y los Estados Utidob.
De Sur Amrica
regoclos Han regresado de su tenipo-
, bor rada de vacaciones pedas etn
, as o- Lima, Perta, la Meftors Cecla
Lorca e P. de Rem6n y la jefiorlta Ju-
a, fe- lieta Rem6n. Nos complace dtr-
on 1n lea un cordial saludo d. bM-n
Sseftor venlda.


!ln de
la n-.
Undos

pa

ArgOn-


U6 en St Panamia
La ftAora FlOrence de Beeson
ofrecerA esta tarde un Ti ent el
pl60n Balboa del Hotel El PA-.
itabA para+ agasajar a la asefto
ra de B. G. Hattler Sr., quien
ae endotntra pasando uno dias
n e8sta cludad.
Almuno, del CJI.M.
El Club Interamericano de
Mujeores, tendri para las socias
un ahnuero on. el Club de Ool1
*I mldrcoles 8 de Agosto a las
1230 p.m. Be ruega a la per-
conas interesadas er jugar car-
tas despu6s del almuerzo llevar
4us proplas birajas y lapicee.
l valor del tlquete meri de
B.1.Y. Las roservaciones pueden
haceree Ilamando, a la sefiora
lla Maria E. de Heurtematto
a1 tl4fono 3-066 en Panama,
o a la sefiora M. Z. Stephens al
0lEfono 3124 en Curundd. Las
aocia quo afm no han pagado
usn cuotaa pueden hacerlo en
ia entrada.or
) lRctalmns ao actor nJame


Procedente de Lima, Pert, '
encuentran pamando una ten.
porada de d Icsaano n el Ho-
tel l1 Panama, M unor huota-
vo Aspllaga y seano obn sus
tree nlmos. Los maludamoe.
De David
Despus de habor pando una
temporada vialtando a nu fa-
m sarea, regre#6 a 0C," Jom-
bla, lugar de ou raldmencia, el
eflor Marlo Carvajal. Lo des*
pedimoa cordlalmente,


Grato paaeo le deseamog a laI
seftorita Graciela Quelquejeu
Muller, quien sigil6 para Call,
Colombia, en donde pasara
uno dias visitando a us ties,
doctor Aurelio Botero asaza y
seflora Beatriz Quequejeu de
Botero.
Mejorando
Anotamos complacidos la me-
joria de S.E. el Embajador do
Chile, sector Manuel Hidalgo
Plaza, quien seo encuentra en
el Hospital Gorgas en donde
fud sometido t. operacldn qul-
rOrgica.
Abandons el Hospital
Acompafiada de su hermosa
nifia se encuentra de nuevo en
su residencia Ia & efiora Mary
C. de Garcia.
Festival del Club Miuram
Los miembros del Club Miu-
ras acompafiados por sus eapo-
sas se reunieron anoche para
trazar los planes pertinentes
al gran festival que organize


Jos6 Cailnis y Familla


agradeccn a sus amistades, tanto del interior
de Isa Republica, como de Ia Capital, las


manifestaciones de condolencla expre-
sdas en reclente duelo.
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EL BARATILLO



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MOTTAS

PANAMA SOLAMENTE PANAMA


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GRAN


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Avda Cmtrai 91


Plan sobre
me euemme ia do MIt ...
ci eqq.
b) btabllelmiento 4 pt-
po se ordinael A iBe-f
nacional.
6) LIM Necicul Viaip rkl-
btiam Infenume cie gals .j o
brW Is aptlaecli6 ds do ans-
ns, formal lhs ls? 4-
daciones qde s6 rad elvpe-
nalentu.
10) Coperalii6n mixia |
los otr- organmam Mtelsa-
cInnnalts.
Reeomiaeni di SubeoWit6 que
"las medidas ltieil-i seMs J4


R. a cW.




1S I*jaliN W
Prq ?aaa'


- CRUCIGRAMA


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S HORPTONTALE8:
1-Movimentoa de ils aguas
5-Tejtdo muy tenue.
8-Atoneda china de plata.
12-Con poca diferencia.
13-C61era, enfado.
14-VoleAn Italiano.
15-Los dos continents
occldentales.
17--Ser supremo, Inv.
1,--Cures.
19-Uno de los registros del
6rgano.
21-Estado del Levante, Inv.
23-Marchara.
24-Abrigo stin mangaa.
27-Dios do los vientos.
20--Ntmero.
32-Ponen tiesos.
34-Capricho.
3.-Dios romano del hogar.
37-Indecente, grosero.
39-Demostrativo, PI.
40-Partido Obrero Americano,
Inic.
42-Noche buea en francsa.
44-Crusticoo comestible.
47-Descubridor de America.
51-Remuevas Ia tierra con el
arado.
52-Constante, esforzado.
54-Tomas.
55-Composici6n podtica.
56-Fluido imponderable.
57-Plantigrados.
58-Nota musical.
59-Rio de Francia
VERTICALES:
1-Animales dom6sticos.
2-Sacerdote tibetano,
3-Cocinen en seco.
4-Silbatos de miquinas de
vapor.
,--Movimiento nervioso.
6-Metal fislonable.
A-seH!J a.i suelta.,
"In-liaer ti~so, +" il:+


.ita, luro,
pobi, los


4ant Jenmi

/son Exisi
si.si.tisimos!


9-Atascados.
10--Nombre Ingles de mujer.
11-Coatado.
16-Balle popular canarlo.
20-Una de las colinas de
Jeruaal6n.
22-Animal parecido al clervo.
24-Oxido de calcio.
25-Amarra.
26-Irresoluto, vacllante.
28-Gazada.
30-Organo de la vista.
31-Simbolo de petici6n de
auxillo.
33-Provincia de- la India.
35-Cortinas do los teatros.
38-Lio, complicaci6n.
41-Zona fdrtll en los desiertos.
43-Repeticl6n de sonido.
44-Ladr6n, famlllarnmetite.
45--Circulos o redondeles.
48-Monte de Grecia
48-Rio del Inflerno.
49-Recen.
50-Nombre de mujer.
53-Cloruro de sodlo.
SOLUTION DE AFTER






















de la tamilia


93!Ver


FRESQUESITAS
TOSTADITAS
DEULICIOSAS
ALIMENtICIAS


En latites.
T'ambin n cojitas sellodal
el fuego y envutltos en
PAPEL DE ALUMINIO.


So Intensiflean lasoeliaeonio
Econ6mless y Conereialte
Con Varies PaWiN
-El Umbajador Especial de
Bolivia Dr. Alexander, ao on.
trevisto con lea mxembroa
permanentea del Consojoe Xco-
n6mlco Nactonal. Durante Ila
reunion fueron eonilderadOs
diversos e importantes eo -
tos de las relaclonts oconomi-
cas entire la Atgentina y Bo-
livia, tendientes a oetablecer
los lineamlentos generaled pa-
ra encarar unat gradual in-
tensificaci6n del intercambio
mutuo.
-Fud, firmado eo el Minis-
terio de Relaciones Exteriorea
de Buenos Airqaunproto6olo
commercial y lnanciero que
modifica y prorroga hasta el,
24 de Julio de 1952, el conre-
hio de igual earacter suscrip-
to entire nuestro pais y a Re-
publica Popular de Rumana
el 10 de Octubre de 194. 2f
protocolo establecee usu 'vi-
genciq sera de un alo a par-
tir del dia siguiente de su,
firm y que sora renovable de
afto en afio, salvo 4ue una de
laIns parties lo denuncle con la
debida antlcipacl6n.
-El Poder Ejecutivo envl6
al Congress un mensa)e y
proyecto de ley por el quo
solicit l& aprobac6n del pro.
tocolo adictonal y nota ane-
xaa al convenio de comorcio
y de goa susM ripto entree las
,opuRea Argentna y Oran
Bretaia. n L 1 menasJe ex-
presa el Poder jocutvo quo
en 1el protoeo fl rmsdo el 23
de Abrll ultlmo "Be han con-
cretado las medidas conside-
radas adecuada pars aecu-
rar un period de oaupicioa
continuldad en el intercam-
blo Arg"ntino-Britinico, con
las que culminaron las int4n-
ras negociaciones realliadem
en eatl capital y on Inglate-
rra, en las que os puso do
manifiesto la indudaIblo bue-
na voluntad exigida por la
naturaleas de los altos Inte-
reses naclonales en juego".
Ay.ada oelal
La .60orE Xg Pertn Proe
sigue Ql o u abor doe ayuda
social a loI humildes y de
aseoamntiento a los itemiloe,
eh su deapacho del Mdaterlo
de Trabajo y Previnla, cum-
plhendo intensas jornadas do


aetividad que s ro 1
durante muohes horu s.
b16 a unia eGlejae6n ,d4.
Pesos deo nboflcialer, i
btt fre& de O ro 04 l*l
gl rrovlcli de an, i
buya intagrantes l I
cod" ante *o enmra I
a fin do que accept la
Wl6n para un nuevo t
presidential.
Importael6a do
Maalais Agrieolas -
Autoriz6 el Gobilrno
gentino 14 mportacifn *I
elements destinado a l
bricacidn do mtquinaM
lax por valor de isto
do dlares. La med
a hacer efectivo l
del General Pbr6n enr
aimpslo apoyo al agro B
tino, con miras i acreseet
producci6n.
rrovisi6n do Papel
Qued6 asegurada Ia tla e
aI6n de papel par I a.1
prDximo, eon la ditrl U
por part del DanCee nL-
de la Repdbllea Argentih& k
los o6rmrsos de camino re 1
querldos por losa usub.0 h;-:
bituales. La, antAlacit. eonf
que han side distribuidoe p2,-
mUtiri la colooacl6 bpottuft
de las respectivas 6erdne] 4]
eompra en el exterior.
Aparoboan del Com. do 10
Qorg6 favorable 4a"cl6,.4lk
Benado Nacionael proyeto.
referfnte *I e mo praclai .
a onla NaeLan e-l mes'
Mayo deo 1947. Aquel asi ia/
pats par & a feeha, I1.il.
habitahtes, regUtradon- 0a .)
Capital F deral. La may *
poblci6an corresponded a
ProVlncia de Buenos A*rn,
con 4,2 37 y a menor a I a
Islas Mlvinas, territorto h*-
sulares y Antrtld A -
na, con 3,300 pebld o.
Coosew Nadinal
attl el-l ryl:

La Ces Un, tagned t
Me .lndad coataetVt-
nmet Jao trabajos 4e :rge
nluacoa..


^ FELIX

SUCURSAL en la Avenida Tioi
LA VENTA DE ANIVERSARIO
CONTINUE
Nuevos Rebajos en Merconcias
VENTAS AL CONTADO -
No so Admitan Cambios N1 Devolucion"e -

FELIX B. MADURO, S.A.
I SUCUMAL SOLAMXNTE
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SE NECESITA SE VEftE SE VENDE SE ALQUILA GUI A /
DoLaslicos Bienes Raices Misicelineas Apartamentos C 0 MERCIAL d
SE NECESITA: Empleada oficios CIA. DI LEPFVRE Tel. 24 332 St VENDENt-Clo e tuhkere s e, SE ALQUILA:-Aportomento de una P
domisticos (referencias indispen- VENDE LOTIS ecmrn ocaelede, Fih-T is tese( y do& recimaros. Colle Primero, Mantenemos una vents do y
sob'es). Colle Primera, Perejil, Page initial minimn 1.100,00 aslador pare cieles rmeu mae- Perejil 14. Pregunte par Asoador ganga de articulos sobre exis- d
No. 14, Apto. No. 1. Mensual 1.15.00 m. ,, lavemaine. excusedes. etc. de 8 a II. Informes tel6fonos 2- tgcia done ias MEJORES g
ue.d....a.I* Lotes on Colles y Acueducto de los ,recies mks baij mon pies. 2-3181 2-0082. otncia d s e .n e
SE NECESIT.\:-Cocinero con ex- 1 I Ciudo' desde B. 1.00 el m;'. o AGENCIA5 GLOBALIS, Vie ap .--.PINTURAb se venden a lOB y
periencio. Buen sueldo. Calle 37,1 Alquilamos eauipo esodo paGa Ase. eIgendo e Juan Frone. Toel, SE ALQUILrAf-Apartomentos una y mAs bajos Dredo0.
No. te altos. rnoviim;nts. de terru. t- 1503. dos recimaros. c6modos, cintricos,
N ea f Aluisarnasotisa a Spd ENDEPj -d precios razonable. Compoaiia F. Par u no atlorrar dinero
SENECESITA--Epleda para off- Iubi tas. 30 o. SVENDE:-Piezos y tubos de Ro- coAviido 8 79 Por u6 no aforrar dinero
c.cs don-rcticos. Via Porras 130, i s u d m dio Emer'on. Valor original B.I.-_ Avido 7.. Comrando lu mejor?
STel. 3-4071 ,| 500.00. Se vende al pastor ms SE ALQOILA:-Apartamento, una
sr ESITA. -Co'inero r SE VENDE:-Aborroterio, Ccrniceria. oato. surna hce B 300.00. Cia. iscimoro,, solo, comedor. cocino y GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Sb' .' e c'..,A en .ba Cne- Precio gongo por mnot.vo de vioje. International de Ventos. Colle balc6n corrido. colle 52 No. 18 .
e e .No. rm en ra 13 be uen para sucursal. Calle 12 No. 6a. No. 5. informes Apto. No. 8. Ave. Central 279.
No. 13. 1 16 Si Francisco. Tel 3-0140
N.C.SITA--Cociner. D.eb 'r. - 6- -rancsco. SE VENDE:-Liantas usadoas para ca- SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento en Via Tel. 3-0140.
mnr en femplro. Called 4 r No. GANGA! Bonito chalet ubicodo con. miones. auto:n6viles, "todos toma- Ar6opuerto No. 16, altos. Pora in-
43. ba;as izquierdo. tiguo a I viao Be.i=ario Porras ncs." INTRA, Ger6nimo de Ia fomes': oalli mismo.
burn vec:nd*.rio, cboales frutales y Osa. od-
S.- -C:SITA:-.Tr,.-p;cdo para tro- f:ilic'cdes ce p:go, informorse te- D SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento moder- CORTA
I'3 ge a cc-incr y icnos 3-2407 y 2-2277. SE VNDE:-Cabc!o de pazo de r-I no. amplio, omoblado, de una re- MAQUINAS E CORT
zo perucna, cde tres arcs. Violo 1 cmora. Via Belisorio Porras 168. HIERBA.
(_ i nC t-cb:jo p. r f mii .1" SI USTED d&:ea adquirir un buen en el Ciub ce ,q .t:.'n de Co6n ---- --- -
en Lcs Cu,-.brer. C:'.e 30 No. 13 e de terreno par edifi car su lame l teono 88. SE ALQUILA:--Aportamento fresco, MAQUINAS PARA
SE NECESITA:-Emnpleado que cuer-' c .-a. no p;erdo su tiempo, con- -- V ..n c ntrico, 2 recimoras, solo, come- LABRAR MADERA.
ma enel o mpp!eo. C':C D-:-n No.i suite inmediatcmente a los tele- SE VENDE:-Bicicleta, llontas y tu- doe, bolc6n. Avenida PerO esqui- M D RA.
5. Apto. 3. fones 3-21,07 y 2-2277 los te- bos nuevos. Una lanta y un tubo no 36 Este No. 11, B.80.00. T'IECLES DIFERENCIA-
... nemos en las mejores urbonizacio- de repuesto todo par B.30.00. In- LES de 1/2, y2
SE NECESITA -- Per:cna que sepo r.s a los precnos mos atractivos. former Calle "K" No. 6, altos, PERDiDO d
coc'ner, tiene q'-e ir cl m'rcado y Apto. I (altos). toneladas, con sus
no tiene q'e drrr.'r en el crra'eo. E VENDE:-GANGA! Chalet Be.llo . .-
Ave. Mr.uel Mo. de lcazo B No. Vao avaluado B.24,000, se ven- SE VENDE:-Dos lalntos nuevas 750 PERDIDO:-En la Iglesia Cristo Rey Carros-guias.
7. de~en solo B.16500. Pago initial x 16, 8 lonas, marco U. S. Royal. o en el Golf Club el,Domingo 29 TORNOS MECANICOS
SB 8,C00, resto 20 i5s. Dos re- I Para Auto-Bus y Comando. precio1 de Julio de 1951, un Crucififo de
S NECESITA:-Buena coc;nera con c|rmoros, solar, comredor, porch, go- barcto. Vea Mr. Young, Tropical! filigrarng de plato. Grotificacion. ID
f'eerenciar. c'sbe dorm r en el tro- rage, cuarto empeaodo, servicio in- Motors, Ave. Nocionol, Tel. 2- Telifono 2-1897. KILU A.
bjo maqn:fico sueldo. Con'u!nde dependiente. Patterson, Avenida 2086. II
C-nerol del Uruguay, Calle 32 Nb "A" No. 16, 2-2346. SE VENDE:-Ms de 500 varieddes *SE NECESITA I
CHALET San Francisco par 8.3,000 de plontas para jardin o moceta. r a
SE ALOUILA p inicial, cerca Teotro Roose- via Belisario Porras y calle '0 a. general Cadle 16 Este #4
Svelt, dos recrmarag dos boaios, tNo- 1._ SE NECESITA:-Costurera de Col- Tels.: 2-3335 y 2-2988.
Iop porch, garage. Precio total B1 SE VENDE MUY BARATO: -- Mi-I zaco en Ia Zopateria El Record. "Vendemos barato para
e 000. Pctterson, Ave. "A" No. 16. quina Registradora "Notional", un Colle B No. 11. vender mins."
2-2346., "- ... .. .... ..
St LOUlL..- -Local cora oti:in i _____. molino para moler came "Sanitary" .
-* oe. lc-tro Lentao I VERDADERA GANGA: No pierdc con copacidad p1ar 600 lbs. par Graduado de Universidod, con ex-
L'NICA. equipodo. altos Farmacia esta oportunidad que se present hra. 1 Congedor pr a pa erencnisea Tel. 2-1506. Nuestros ESPEJOS embe
SAtloar. C altos 16 Oe ciN 28 ara vez en Ia vida. Late alto. El restaurant "Freezer", cortadora __ rt 06.cNe ht el E lP anama.
Sr.ar, col. 16 Oeeme No. 28 Cngrezo. el mdas froecoT el m de jam6n, estufa de gas 4 fogo-; SE NECESITAN:- 2 dependientes, ilecen el hotel El Panama
nama. rate, 990 M2. Solo par B.6.00 nes y plancha. 4 mpars "Ne6n" Casa Angel, clle 13 Este No. 16. Fabrica de E spej
-SE ALQUILA: -Local Comercial: E- metro. Patteron, 2-2346, Aveni- 48" y 3 tubos. Para informes: ca-
dificio nuevo frente plaza Santa da "A" No. 16. lie la. Vista Hermoso No. 7. Te- SE NECESITA:-Muchacho con ex-L DIA B O
eia. Ocurra Compoiao F. Icazo.-lifono 3-1468, perienciao poro Abarroteria LA CO-EL DIABLO
Avenida B 79RONAVi PERSONALES Espa 45. Clle Es. N. Tel. 22
SAv p__en_ fRL. LA COMPAfAIA DEL CANAL DE ---- --
SISC E LA rE A r PANAMA OFRECE IN VENTA DESEO combiar cuarto, lugar cen-
ISCE LANEA -- --- -- EDIFICIOS 0trico, no coro, 16 Oeste No. 17,/
Laoseiora ESMIE se pcne runyamen- Se vende ol r ejor p store, los edi- Sro. de Samoniego.
Snterncorol. El me..or I tea los 6rdenes .de su clientele. ficios Nos. 275, AncPn; 1054, 1058 M neral7zad
Sxi onter. iorifao. ofo. Lme- Calle H No. 1I (A TOS). 1059 T62X 067, 10 SE DESEA:-Cas de 3 o 4 recdma-ra z
S'. 22224t .E. tFCi dNES Se recibirn propu astas an. pliegs do deRelaciones Pbicas d Roja y Verde'
'TA.ER Auto Elictrico "Purrie". cerrados en Io oficina del Superin- Embajoda Americona.
SViWde, cargo y repara baterias usaO Closes de piano pora nidos o adul- tendente de Almocenes, on BIbod, SE NECESITA:--Los servicios de pe- rel e r
d s. Colle 21 Este No. 3. Panemi. tos. Precio moderado. Studio B-n- hasto las 10 y 30 de la maiona del rito mercantil paro dar closes de a
s mis barto fornet Juan B. Soso No. 9. Tel. 2- 21 de Agosto de 1951, cuando se 4 a 6 de la torde de lunes a vier-
Sr ombaratloforror catresvnidos 1282 han de obrir en piblico, Se pueden nes, Paro unapersona. Avenida de 15 y 30 Ibs.
QucOmprorlos nuvos.Avenidanpore2un82formularios*Aarenlas1
B, 73. ,uv5 ccnseguir los formuaros para l No. 61, Ponoma, o 1ame al 2-
. .... .. SE ALQUIL0 A propuestos, con los pormenores cor- 1609. 1 J 7i
..Si quiere consegutr empleadas para p;etos, en los oficinas del Superin- -_VOS 0_ LC_
su casa. Holame al te'efono 2-1535 C artol tendente de Almocenes. Balboo, y en
4 Agencio: Avenida B, 73. __ las de los Administrodores de Csos
-- SE A-O-ILA-C'-u-rt-en/calle "/" (Housing Managers) en Balboa tiene 10 B lanz 'Detect'
fstamos detempocndo mas lindo, No. 19 ultimo piso. Heights, Cocoli y Pedro Miguel.
o rete-os estompados, precious sor- -er -
prendentes. LA MILAGROSA, Mon- SE ALQUILA:--Cuarto amoblado in- SE VENDE fiene los
teser'n No. 2. dependiente. escalera privodo y
_V-E NDE- bolc6n. Calle 45 No. 19. Automoviles Ieio0fes O ta Almacenes Romero
VENDE rSE ALOUILA:--2 cuartos grandesy SE VENDE:-Carro Plymouth Sedan e .... --- Ave. Norte No. 48
n t ie O C a usa i8ritoe sola. Llamar oal 2-2 511 1938 en B.178.00. Llantas nuevas. Aemos en
VENDE:-Motivo vaea r Ocurra Central 81.eo e existence:
E VENDE:-Motvo viae, muebles SEALQUILA- Cuarto, una dosSEVENDE:-Autom6vil HI RRO DE I
S boratos. rticulos necesarios de VENCE:-Autom6vilBuick Special HIE
rsa. Aoenda Justo Arosmen a 90.ecesori e personas. Calle 43 Este No. 68, 1948 en muy buenos condiciones,
"ccsoe. A~e;da Justo Arosemeno9 a, ro lode CorrDlE
.......... ....4 lontoas nuevas, radio, reci6n pin-
SSE VFNDE -Cama con co!ch6n, ba- SE ALQUILA: Cuorto omoblodo, todo. Mueblerio TuA6n. Telifono REFUERZO A LA D INO
.; rato Avenido Mexico No. 13, para una persona. entrada sepao- 3-0048. Panama.
Aoo 6 roda, garage. Colle 46 No 2 ENDE-Ponel ord 41 en bue- de KEROSENE con MECHA
". .. .........-. Apt'. I F. SE VENDE--Panel ford 41 en bue-
.E VENDE -Refrigeradora Servel de APto nos condiciones, $175.00, Ilame Con velas de fuerza de lus blanea
kerosene, barota.. Cio. Econogos. SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amcblado 2-3854. C L A V modern. Peranece encendIda 50
CollN.34N. 4. para hambre, B.6.00 por semano. S VENDENNE--S: 1 GMC hor p gl6n de kerosene. To
Avenida Parque Lefevre, Ernesto SE VENDEN CAMIONESC94%de -AI. 1a RElaolamente 6% dos
,SE VENDE:-Maquino de lavar en Lefevre Ernes tonelodos, model 1947, exce- de t a clase KROSENE. Complemente
.....Leevre,csa32.. .no explota al neee.dlta generador nf
buenos condiciones. Barata, Ave. Lfevre cas32. lentes condiciones; 1 GMC 2 1-2 d a 1 bomba. Produce hunmo nI matoo
Chile No. 25. Apto. 3. SE ALOUILA: Cuarto omoblaodo. tonelodas, tipo armada, 10 rue- olorel I tan Nenc lla que tn nif
-___E -- Amplic. hombre olo Entrcda in- j dsmael 142o1tnemBcoo
SE VENDE:-Sofa coma couch, coma dependiente, cale Darin No. n 2 1-2 fonelads model 1947 na ZINC reclo tan Sao
sits chinas Claros 45 N. 9. me- Apto. 4 en frente Panoma Amri-1 chassis lrgo; I Internacional 2 ZI P s lo B/.9.95
..ts chinos. Colle 45 N a. Tel. 2-3189. 1-2 tonelodas, redelo 1947 chos- Tene todo lo Reputo!
SE VENDE- Gonga motive v -- -- sis corto 1 Mack, 5 tonelodas, ACANALADO De Vents en tods tlas FERRETERIAS
SJuego sola ng. motive viar, e.r SE ALQUILA: Cuartos omplics, model 1947, excelentes condicio- M MUEBLERIAS.
SCalle 46 No. 19, Aptc. I. Tel 3- fente al mar. Excelente vecinda- nes. Solicitor informes Ilarmando Dlsribuldores: -
r 3392 rc. Inmedioto Estocion Bu'es. No. al telefono 2-0610. 2' X 6 V 2' X 8' WON- Ci ANG, S. A.
%" 9.5 pr~mero escolero. Plaza 2 de WONG HANG, S. A.
Ene.ro SE COMf PRA Calibre 26 co. c~a yAv. B.oa
SSE ALQUILAN:-Cuortos amoblodos. P-naa-, Ave Central *3
*A V I 0 Precios especioles por duincena o COMPRO Reicille. lech, d, nispero Tel. 2-2087
Vrmes. Pora informes dirijase a Pen- o blatf. Pageo Ie majores precious '
sion Panoma. Coltle 6. No. 3 Sr de plosa. Osmend L. Madurm, C.- j
Guztmer. De 8 a 11 o. m. o 7 lIe IB. No. 11 Apertado 277, Pa- Persianas Veneianas I.UX
ANDREWS EDWARD p. m. en delante. _______ "" ______________ a B/.9.50
SErnesto) VEND SE COMPRA:-Radio viejo "Zenith" Entrega
SEr o L DE \ inutil, model de meso, para to- inmedtata
y CARLOS FUENTES BRote v Motore's I mT alun piezas necesarias. Reparaclones
Sno trabojoan com0 choferes VENDO:-Dos motors marines. pa- SE COMPRA-AI contado, genera- 8lC S Dal l Industrias
en Trott el Limpiador. espe : aespocioade e barcocne zadceo se esbuena clos rat de Via Fsp a No. 121 Panamericanas
S* pesqueras, informorse Tel No. 2- prueba paro condensodor, etc. Tel.' Tel. 3*150.0 < alle 29 E #22
S-2277, o Aven.da Central No. 1. 83-2165. Tel S-1713


C *seno JSdab0a al OoIan, Bo nimM
-A de Mujere.. i prelo de ,lad. Cia. t iA W a. d
traf eg mdo NA A I d"t. dbre- dltwosfomse dela do s.
C -~ a u.n ilado-pemifo e.n.1- ldt l t-an tn
trade. Los boletet n .a- la is euidl& !W delga"l6n qo wid
venta gn Dagma, a&farP Fan- "*gi tWto. .
ces, Libreria Morrony ean of .
Hotel El Panama. AUUM MA
A'dverarsios de Mo *I.A*oi .d jotoOR r*Oud 0
IF9lciltamsO oord ien I IIAV
ra Dora de Jan6n de Lapzner, en Obras Piblloas, ouwe
5 S5 quienes celebran en esta fe- ril kerA iumlpltrao pr
cha 10 aftos Mt wadna. i14, ndb.. B e -t

D A SO C IA L Nuestra congrtulaciones pa- la C no Ve lel y ra
ra el seftor John J. Bcrilbner Y bajos de Saneamlento.
icho Club para recoger fondos aeftora Jacqueline de Scriber,, Tambln sera invertido eaot
ara el Orfelinato de Malambo qutenes cumplleronh ayer affib fondo en la creacion y
que tendrA lugar a medlados de casados. nimlento de Colonil
el present mes. Sin duda este .- Mientras 6stas oomiencen a
randloso festival sera todo un Compleafioi de Hot producer se auxlltatA a la fa-%
xito pues.lo1 4xigentes Miuras Bra. Gabriela de la Guardia millasa alli concentradas y ca,'
sus gentileTs efioras estin de L6pez. rents de recuraso, con-racioned
Sra. Angola Lassen. de Gas- allmentlcla que seran dge caq.
peri. rietw urgaine .pramet.aO.de
. Dr. Au81 B. Byd. edad esacoar, .,
IOW A Sr. Aqtlli 1 A. Vatlairno. Arrfendd medlacte lllctacl61
Sr. Itafael Vallarino. de casas de I quilinato higl6-
SSrta. Maria Teresa PFbrega nicas para aloj r gratultameohe
a fa srta. Diva Anchez. te a las personas lanzadas p8Of
Nifia Lucila Dubols de la lea Jueces campetentes por mo-
FABRICACION NACIONAL buaidia. ra mayor dei ets meses en el
D Nifia Emita Benedetti. pago de algufler, siepapte que
n DR, Nifio Carlos A. Ehrman de la careclera- de trabajo retnunerak
PRIMERA CALIDAD Lastra. do. El derecho de. al"b pe gra-
Preclos Sin Ceopetencia. Cumpleafo. de Maiana iu l favore6ido hubleie ote-'
Tubos 4" Sencillos .... 4.00
Tuboas 4" Dobles ......4.40 ra. Raquel Arango de de la nido ocupaci6n.. La administram.
Tu'bd 2" SenellIos.... 2.60 Guardia. cl6n del fondo haria las gestio.
Tubos 2" Dobles 2.80 Sra. Rosita A. de Porras nes part olocar a las, perso-
Tees- 4x44........ 2.00 Sra. Angela F. de Guardia nas de que trata este inteiso ea1
Yees 2 2.........1.00 Sra. Laura Arango de de Alba obras piblicas priva4aa o eap
Codos x 2r........ 75 Sra. G O e 0rajales doe do colonies Infanlmte. *-:::
etc., etc. la Guardia, Se establece alli que mientras
Tel. 3-1300 Apartado 2029 Sr. Joseph Nachlo. se adoptan planes la Junta:
Sra. Thelma Leignadier Ar- puede disponer la entrega de
lGonzlez y Linares Ltda. cia. condos al Mtnisterio de Obras
Joven ynrique de 11 Oiuar. Pdblicas para invertirlos en el
La Loceria Pasadena dia Bermidez. pago de mano de obras en tra-
Nifia Zoralda del Carmen Sa- bajos piblicos que se encuen-
Srl. tran en via de ejecucl6n.
PERSIANAS MOVIBLES
de MWIMI- en vidrio, !
madera o alumino. M A R A N A !
Rieles de abrir ESTRENO DE RISA!
y cerrar vara
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Plastic
Si transparent
... para vitrinas.
l La nueva
PERSIANA
VENECIANA
COWES
a preelos
blen bajos.

L. A. COWES y Cia.
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dMaiUatil6n cortisli dramatlamcin, co desa 46 Is OPanatnerieanoes
.Aven-quaker Cigarrlllos Cauel |10 LiIr_ fciS y au music
;4 COarteto Mayo 7:31 Pafinas do Amer [10. itaietd muaital
diee BRene fantos dramatilzacl6n, coyteia de ll.'Cltail6nero nocturnal
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4:60 Ntlearo ere Im
corteaia .de los almacenes
4:15 Dedlcatortas
5:I Da161la, El Hombre ,
ItdrM. taclon RPA
I:( iaetea del Aire
Na/P t H o Vald6s
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S'3 Seaeeg de la iumanldad
dhanaMtzacl6n RPA -
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7:0M Luehoo AArraga
y a 6rfano


ZEl Auara Ihiati_ .
7:45 La wa BaceHAl
de Betty Willam"
cortesia Se R hsa
8:M0 El Diarlo de am o a JI
dramatlIacltn, cortOW do
Almacenes La AWSn ]
8:15 En Vet Ba&a
con Anita Viltlas
cortesia de I aMuableria,
La Europea
6:30 Varledades musalflea
9:00 MuJer eotre Rlt a
dramatizaqi6n. cotoi de
Casa Angdlini


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8:00 Plesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca Internacional


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1:00 Variedad 'reftal, .
1:15 Boleros de arodi .


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45 Minutes de Peles! 52 Minutes'de Exhibibel6t!
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LEW AYRES
En Una Pelicula cl Arrolladora
Acci6n!...

MARINESS

EN TIERRA"
con ISABEL JEWELL
.,CARROL NAISH JAMES BURtt,


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LA MUJER ALUCINANTE DEL CINE MEXICANO,
LA BEIM Y SENSA.CONAL

MI RO S LAVA
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TROTACALLES
(FLORES DE PECADO)
con ERNESTO ALONSO ISABELA CORONA
La pelicula desgarradora y humana... La que sefiala
las lacras sociales, en la vida de aquellas mujeres que
en areas de los "Placeres" eaen et los Abismos del.
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ULTIMAS PRESENTACIONES PERSONALES DE LA
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CINE- MEXIANOE .


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BUENO!... ANRY KATE en un double paper, para que
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En eatas lujosa y aensacional comedian musical en Tec-
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ESCANDALO en la COSTA AZUL


CECILIA


SHOY!


ESTRENO PE FIN DE SEMANA! *

La Aventura doeAventuros! Gigantes Emociones!
Tres aItos para. Producirse! Filmada en el propio
coraz6n del Continente-Negro!. ..


LAS MINAS DEL


REY SALOMON

Para un Millon de.negros salvajes Ella era una Diosa
con cabellera de fuego!... Perb en los brazos del caza-
dot blanco s6lo era una maujei!... El gran -drama
M-G-M plet6trico de pasi6n y aventuras!..


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TEATRO LUX
El drama mAs
heroico que
brot6 de Ia
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John Wvye- R obert Motl.mary
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BELLA VISTA
Crime y Comneda meuxlados an
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PRICE
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ITEATRO CECILIA
Ningunoe ojos hablan contemplado tantam
maravilllas...
Stewart GRANGER Deborah KERR, en
"LAS MINAS DEL REY SALOMON'


VARIfEDADE S
A las S y 1:30 p.m. WAHOOI
Premi doe Oro B.140.00
Ademis: Un Gran Doble
Prosrama I
Errol flynn Patricia
Wymore, en
"LA ROCA"
Dane Clark Ruth Roman
en -
"BARRICADA"

TEATRO ENCANTO
Mark Stevens, en
'Prislonero de Guerra"
Ademus: -
Stephens McNally Alexis
Smith, en
"El Correo, de La Muerte"

TEATRO TIVOLI
DIA BE BANCO B 1 0M0
A Ulas5 y S p.m. GRATIS!
"ULTRAJE"
con Mala Powers, t
"EL LECHERO"
TEATRO IRIS
Red Skelton, en
FoVt6grafo Por Accidente"
y -


TROPICAL
SPENCER TRACT
JAMES STEWART
en -
"MALAYA"


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TEATRO CAPITOLIO
"EL SECRET DE LA ISLA
MISTERIOSA"
(Capts 6-7) Ademid:
"CORAZON BE LgEON'-
y "EL COMISARIO
INCOMPARABLE"
TEATRO EDISON
"PITOS. FLAUTAS T
PIRATES"
y -
"SENTENCIA DE MUERTE"
TEATRO VICTORIA
r"AGENTE SM8CRTO wt
Capts. 7-8 Ademas:
"DEDOS DE SEDA" y


HISPANO VISTERMOSA
EXTORSION" | "Sin Novedad en eI Freute"
Y con Lew Ayrea Adamas:
"C A S BAH "So Noche de Aventuras"
STGA uA AL015 Cfcon Dennis Oeefe
PACIFICO .Ut AL APOLO
*D Avmtur" NOCIE DE AANCO1 "o" ,Ml
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L4 MA Y *UNA Ann Oakley. en UNA uT RA

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