The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01189
 Material Information
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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01189
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a..i.*e Talks

For Showdown
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Polish Minesweeper

Mutinies In &B ltic
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map wstal was lighted
oft the sou Oast of Swed-
en at daybrek today.
' A Swedh Bfbebweesper went
aiInvUgate. The Swedish
WPer went *board the Polish
eif an **rtly after took it

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n tow, but once berthed
id broke out the Polish

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-u To Up Pikes

frnot froam tt*, ciling
f for manufacturers an
MIO s ual, these ceilings
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I O dUM slnoe the outbreak of the
Korean wlps
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Ike Gets Green

Light To Run

For Presidency

President Truman said today
that he does not think General
Dwight Eisenhower's assignment
In Europe would Interfere it the
general wants to enter United
States politics in 1952.
Mr. Truman aid he thought
Eisenhower was doing a magni-
ficent job in Europe as comman-
der of the Western European de-
tene force and would continue
to do this job as long ua neces-
He did 'not think Eisenhower's
duties would Interfere with o-
litical possibilities In 1952 if the
general happened to be in that
rame of mind.
He thought Eisenhower, under
any conditions, wourd put his du-
Ly to his country first.

O1ie1 Folows Day
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PEACE CAMP, Korea, Aug. 2 (UP) The ceohi
talks in Kaesong ore headed for a showdown tomorrow
Chief United Nations negotiator Vice Admirmf
Turner Joy told the Communists flatly at the eighth
of deadlocked talks that he will not accept a truce I
which leaves the United Nations forces open to a doul
crossing attack by the Reds.
Chief Communist negotiator North Korean Gemn
Nam II said he will not accept the present front a
truce line, as the United Nations demands.
The Communist delegation gave every indication i
ing today's 80 minute session that they were exp-
new instructions hourly from Peiping or Pyongyang.

So far the Communists have
backed down whenever the peace
conference has been In danger of
They yielded to the United
Nations demand that Kaesong
should be demilitarized during
the conference, and they drop-
ped their demand that the with-
drawal of foreign troops from
Korea should have a place on the
armistjce conference agenda.
80 it Is felt here that there
might he a sudden and unexpect-
ed proposal which would permit
Alternatively, there might be a
longish recess In which both
sides could review their positions.
Or their there might be a
breakdown followed by big
scale fighting.

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CoRfints -e
rho Us &Whtblf
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sincerity In a desire for .A
rean ceasefire, but it also
and not reasonable."

Iranians Fire

On Red Warhi

In Caspian Se

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-1 anO I ia increasee ia n the At the railroad repair shop t y ie No sai jr de- a .....
price of consner goods. towns of Junin and Ingefiero Nam I thet made a tortuous I .
W~ I~iI Whl4 I2 Buenos Aires province, 1amu Statement ea m +dent Tre1 srIm
tpot *** ,cvwhere locomotive engineers ap- Thinue thes tat et reIie
w Ine H r feared to have gone on strike the two delegations on the but- Sentativee
nan 0 wn nestUIuerday. Federal Police report- he wone dueegations on e London that theor Brsh
IC 0 he4 services to be practically nor- One of Nam II's queries seem- tla, had t
lineljugeadyroeal.u ed to question the United Na-:Pr a
ltt i A -o T u nation's motives should a ceasefire leave London today for T
Per;i l e pointe tto find out who laid 18 Joy was we tio with a prepar- teor Gralollah Zahedi
S bombs on railroad tracks at ed nswrane Mstyed A ir4
a s 32 e lalf led d re- dawn yesterday inspected the 1ThUnited Nations command
Io _t now scenes of the explosions- today. a, e no Intentioh of violating any BuMhehri;

T ot ther ld g e- No ar ests are reported yet. m ry armistice agreement.
a ere is no indication a to "But neither will the United a) The British cr
Slern sm en; exact nature of yesterday's Nations command lace itself n us staged military thet
ar r T is aapher; m a well-organized attempt to iso- an Indefesible position in the the Persian ulf, after
W e. eo- oo fm l8ate this capital city by mass evnt of ano armistice violation Ing theranian authority

areaI, A*g. 2romk Ve) NoV Arests ae s tp b ledl tt eltar ti c adi doed ageme It a l d
For e 77 on emfot rISoriondawi wIthout the n o ao return saeer malbotag of Its -railroads and by the othet side." It planned to do so.
t Tort, _r; aicl ee anr d n;me- m ictONs Three times Joy asked Nam ot8
t0Vss CflttetorlC; r;e policy eman- Oun 2 tires "Do you or do you not agree that 8nolate blood
St; On July 2 the official press the security of his forces is the
Sar sa,; a s revealed an alleged plan to repsPnsiili ty of each commander For Snake Victi
Rep.aT .S.Gord onclrkr create a state of chaos in Bue- during a..dlltaery armistice?" rIr
Tru man aNames Ad o fei itI .r Repatto ordo an ca t include ose Aires, and claimed, that ex- Eac atime Nam I dodged the NO ore leed

rdi tdon, plra t v eOf Illinois () aowt, crcty Bir i oe nleude:, ce tsINTOt a Au 2 meP)me:ro oa tee lne a terof caos Indro Bue- 8.s p annwe'f wh armistdnidefin
aelrre Illieosrar ra xforemane o leader, CTht asdebad been landed at the qestil on with an indefinite s
T Am. Pc 5e ifr N8iefm 9. eng tineer: 0 H i sprang f r om ther UnitedeNations rallied yesterday to ad
nt hileUnited ttats RCeM of atl pea t-n r a engineer; -Stlter Dept. Predicts contention thatthe 38th parallel amanIan snake-be v
pm as h. Ori I 4 Oe -" aof.a'&ooor ri~,,lorteniicretesex- has nonatqral defenses, riaAngla adrata aeterT
WNa Gbm.TON, Aug. 2 o) ce DoVl P. Illinois, will v.B Ishs rene; "stevedore foreman; Noveaiber Huk Revolt Peiping Radio quoted Nam II am American published
l Tran td oW -e Cheoingat.l OPer from Aust 11toIn;machbilnidout- 2as saying after today's confer- forh
Navy'si top job, W1dhe had been luded Adm. Aeetur, ea atiegv A e with GTO, Aug. beas Hospital of
teer fo der- appointment Of ma-TheState Department pre- "he ited tonsreprsen- that toey now have a Pa- s d as Au. (P) -The tomorrow at .m. the Ancon I *
the A~antle Fleet, -t' e theT-e visitors am. ter; divdr ce, e die-re today that Coin- tative insists on the creation on amount and no donors ar
th teCo ander of Alantic ic ee m Robert. Car- C om Newhic or un; pipeline munt Hukbalahap guerrillas a military demarcation line There wll be a
man w of N oV e.m re the Anoo suction dredge pu ope will try to overthrow the Philip- crossingdeeply over the 38th Pa- was amputate

Atlan tkI .ecur1ef TreNivaty. apE nl. and MedL Tefort A. 2 Care samd h a he 1. The Medd's wohll
t, lor f Presldentut the same ship Io1eo l n C nga 1. tIlhli operator, body airman CrsIrene Dolores Molledapine government between NAov- rallel giving as a reason thhe stl considered on the
,acw officer, a s who Wet on- tIn. r;lpCor pict rplan mill Huowers may be sent to the (UPmb and next May by force, con on of defense positionsrl, Betty, held until just beoreugh
awdered aI nccora 1,o. her tel is naRepreentn tive Oi and; ande ent Colombian family, and the gave her led ou"This not onlyment. If showshelack of was Saturday nigh
man, kndidown at th n Ra eta themebe of the wife of John Hushing, U. years law"chance oday o marry the cde on his return from Korea Sneam, Ca
Bale a heart attack." Committee and old, was superintendent for 27 U.. Dstrially wth strings at- tha he doesn't want be hs sgnmen

penht I appoint 55 nt yr a Other olaeSwho ee House of e r lyeatvlC of the IntAernational Cor- t-and the Korea-bound we laste, 2 The newlywed
national om caon tan sdered November .. K night at orgas sptal after ao ths toao by a reporter. 3 Carmo would

has wanted h of its own ad- wOthe o eslo hwee Hou sht Iype o place," said Pvt. Thomas Carmon. Mother aald daughter had plan- allotment check to B
nurls n a eleto the Aforant Chief of Naval O position It the rs time I've ever been ned to deliver them personally could be ent to a pri
Pac job, he had been eluded Adm. u W Heis anative of e was or n thservic e town of n al n my fe." but called of ther trp the l oude Knoxvlle until

Feteler l no lower available f den treasure bLOtNd bn3a exhumed had aWreed the Canal zone. and was the a mock wedding ceremony with Jr., who has acted a intermedi- 4 If Belly decide
aIt w be up aptentall 12 C lani came to as c ren ption ion of (U) The tomorrowmpany. he was nih andn the Anconconvinced her t was ted up. her hus d.
who wComiander of Achtlant icPlee Robert Car Chicago Wet rister t sh would Morguep The age of content law. of content ases before n a sm- would be available

er tt U. BAtlantic eur agrtd to ed $1 frt tO get m or ae pro- 9and a brother. ToMary's Molleda of nBal- that he assign his young gther tomorrow or a final dec- mind for me to
Mr.' Trm acked h in oer v ftIe S.'_9brd L Tea, which it Panam City. thesis allotment check nd s Bron ty said before suril services
Navy o 1fc1 's who wes. con- ..eo r or d to r141.TUe.or adf* Flowers may be sent to the neral The girl w oul d have the right The other, told of Caemon's "et's a petty bhafr fl
sidered at r turn serr- F t be natve. to bridegav e her jailed "son-In- ccut of ance annulmreed with Clem- emaves but ua th ik
man, w o.di ed list iwmth In Rafi. Calif. 10en d the tunne I Rook Mrs. Husidng. who was 50 years law".a chance today to marry the cides on his return from Korea Stoneham. Cal.. and oveN
Naples, t.of a hea attack U S. Nav1 AclAd',* St An- In Joh r sb- old, was superintendent for 27 girl l ally wplannedth strings at- that she doesn't want to be a his sgnmen.
C t* a o u conta ter on )yeas of the International Cor-ttme- and the Korea-bound wife wedd.s "I won2 t let w tl
oftitsal S vThr ough .ourr Br nch, the only woman In the "Anythini to get out of this veyed to'Carmon by a reporter. 3 Carman would

has wa np 1 reside lita ana s Oreen e chl' an were married e said "and to Later a conference dat e with until he gethe bf ore
h mir n ots world to have held that type of place," sad Pvt. Thomas Carmon. Mother ad daughset for h ad plan- allotment heck to B
Palcts nava an- a tn I. -- position. "It's the first time I've ever been ned to deliver them personally could be sent to a piy .
pact Navah wo ls m no tiy Cls. As- bookaovsd 0-e vShe was born in the town of in Jail in my life." but called off their trip to the jail outside Knoxville until -
reopen the whole oname an tlable- i A M W Astory-eookasrieu eehvacatim when thadballe were Bohlo. in the area that Is now Carmon 19 who went through when Atty. Gen. Hal Clemens. back.
for the n t.w 3 d.ae d deaa the .Canal Zone and was the a mock wedding ceremony with Jr., who has acted as Internied 4ecid.
forw~l b 0 UP- O~t. ( 1I.At-yard In rBrockm Now to tun; l.h l to the Cur- daughter of an engineer for the the 15-year-Old girl Sunday ary. advised them he would be meanLime that ahe
it w],ITbe up- to all 12 At- _ 126j e ame to a G low. rency Reimapti Division office Yerench Canal Company. She was night and convinced her It was tied up. her huibnd, CalI
untie Fact mnidon to decide outifr the settlemanVot u f w"in W0 with the under- married to Mr. HusMng Aug. 23, real, was held for violating the Clements who had settled a~e gree to aIlnnulment
who will r6*la eehteleri n RfW 1h aoI 33Serw t' Carter In th..UL..staudlf k a would be 1924. age of consent law. of consent cases before In a sim- would be available th'
mandth rive C Nourtay otin..U, u delveMfmWlP or his fa- Boesideb her husband, Mrs. liar manner, said earlier"we may not lived as man a l
zl!ln.l U', Ino pas rfvsg In ther.a Hushing is survived by a sister. Carmon agreed to the mother's have a wedding." It was expected their legal m-n .
or or ft adhl1ntheorn and a brother, Tois Mollda of ngh hat he assign his young gethertorrow for a final decl- mind, for to I
as d 1 ,lIaukt, _whic It Panamd allotment check and sian.tysaidbeforeselem
fort &Iwdoe The leros tott feral taheegirl would have the right The mother, told of Carmon's "It's a
Tru.job sIliet- planned to arrange an ents that "we'll probably have a him." -.
n 'md alalotent for her anyway, If we wedding.4 "I wont leth
resides i 'Aan" r11 were married." he said, "and to Later a eQnferernpe date with unt he
by..Wife",y ,-- w1r.11ia T.r i ary of my e.0,. Cl.ie. was set for tomorrow waste
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ANY Shipping & News

KLM Making Scientific I d he e v 0 ubmltar port in due
Tests On How Flying / ,=n. tn tion In s that ha
AriVS Affects Animal Cargo u a Out a similar Investi-
Crist6bal K.L.M. is now conducting iets M Ia t:the near future during
livestock flights on a scientiift V= .lth monkey, tigaB,
basis. A Skymaster carrying four M &alai birds.
...Aug. 3 racehorses tin boxes which had ath project to o ad out
...Aug. 5 been specially designed for thts the beat way of transportang tro-
...Aug. 19 traffic) flew to New York.a low p91al flb E.L.M. s In touch
.. .Aug. 25 days ago with a veterinary science with a well-known dealer in tro-
instructor from Utrecht Univer- pleal fish, who has kept a care-
Ssly on board. This Instructor, ul record of all the clcouuplances mRiECLj
Dr. N. C. W. Hesse, had been askf. which may affect their transport, CKL-jWH
A-n!V ed by K.L.M. to carry out a thor- and It t1 proposed to study the
ough scientific Investigation of reactions of a consignment of Lert
Cristobal the transport of horses by a fish throughout the flight.
--One of the questions to be In-
...Aug. 5 estimated is whether fish suffer TS, mS.M
.. Au. 12 from airsickness, for there is a ISTAtLrNw
..Au. 18 difference of opinion on this sub- NUS1S
.* .Aug. 26 ject. K.L.M. will shortly exper-
iment.with the transport of- live
co gm.ic. fish in special plastic bags half- .u
JACOSY B filled with water.
m Special cages suitable for the i
ntul 4meric .al transport of birds and mon-
BY OSWALD JACOBY keys are also being designed by
Sails Written for NEA Service K.L.M. on the basis of past ex-
S- perience and with the advice of
CGristobal animal experts.
S, towards the end of this year a
.. Aug. 7NORTH modern freight building will be
)..Aug 21 NORTH J. completed at Schiphol Airport,
A8K Amsterdam. This new building is ALLEY OOP
Y AKJ to contain a "hotel" for animals,
COLON *i K J 10 where animals in transit can be
_.1 J 0 *4 accommodated. A completely new -.. -
WEST EAST (0) feature of the animal liotel is an 'WELL,THISI
SK Q 6 4 elephant lavatory. It was design- CERTwNLY
V 10818 9VQ74 edby the well-known -KLM r"MS'O ?
S8 75 2 A Q3 pilot, Boon Sillevis, who alo de- ALL
4 972 4A863 signed a folding ramp used re- AGES.
SOUTH ceritly when a British car and a
SA 10 9 2 5LM Skymaster made a round-
996 3 the world trip in 22 days.
n6 K Q 5 More Datch Immigrants
Sothvul Due on M.S. "Zuiderkrus,
SBoth vuL Over 800 Dutch Immigrants
w X4 s0 part .score bound for New Zealand are due
N et South West Noreth to arrive in Panama Sept. 10 from
ASTS 1 1 6 2* Holland, local agent C. B. Fen-
Pass Pass Pass ton and Co. announced. The
Opening lead-#* ship Zuiderkruis was built in
August 3 1944 in the United States, and-is
Sugust 9 owned by Royal Netherlands gov- .
. -s ernment.
"I spent the first ten years of BOOTS AND NU
SAgust 17 my bridge career trying to be Crew Flying to Buenos Airf
SAugust a brilliant," said 9harlie Hutzler, To Produce Gaucho Movie
"and;the next ten years trying to The vanguard of a Twentieth
August 4 forget the first ten." Hutzler, who Century-Fox movie crew which *i
owns and manages a large de- will begin filming "Way of the WS
.August 11 apartment store, was Joking about Gaucho" in Argentina October 8, U .
..August 21 his "bridge career" but he had a left Miami yesterday aboard El A.L .
right to be serlout since he is one Interamericano for Buenos Aires '
bgnnl Ports: of the best bridge players in the to make final arrangem nts for
August 2 country, the color movie.
CS: "The turning point," Hutzler
.. August 7 continued. "came one night just The group, headed by Joe
--76 a about ten years ago. We had a- Behm, unit manager, includes
08 iu agreed to end the session with the four production experts.
I rubber we were playing. Then The stars and director of the
this hand came along. movie a story of Argentina a-
"My partner opened the deuce round 1875 when railroads first
of diamonds, and declarer studied began to reach out into the :
StheGumnLza long time before he rangelands-have not yet bedn -
evious PU3 b maob lst play. Th4 gave me named.
thp agane to decide that we pro- Five more film crew members
ba*l had no real defense and leave Miami Saturday with 13
that only*monkey business could others scheduled to fly south be- .,
save us. tween then and October 4. CAPTAIN EAST
"Finally, dummy played the ten Four Twentieth Century-Fox .
of diamonds-and I won with the officials traveled to Argentina '
ace. This was my little brilliancy last May to make preliminary .
for the evening-. plans for the production. ou
"I returned a low club, and lRa yO
dummy won with the ten. De-At.N1 as
clarer decided that since I held AnCOn Service Shops
the bare ace of diamonds and theShp"m
equally bare ace of clubs I needed Now InOperation
the kiig of spades for my open-
43 Bewonduered ing bid. Hence he led the Jack of At New Locations
447 Conduct spades for a finesse.
SWriting toy partner won with these in Building 5040 at
implement queen of spades and returned the T he t ailor and dressmak C FLINTer
49 Encountered deuce of hearts. Dummy took the shops which have been operating
58 Chines. tow dently tried a second spade fin- have been moved to their new lo-
ese cations, it has been announced
"This also lost. omiwhat to
declare's surprise. He took the i locate
heart retu h with dummy's kin at the Hotel Tivoliand the gdress-
I finessed the Jack of diamonds-- maker shop is in Building 5040 at
er: ecilg to discard a heart on the rear of the old mesa hall. The
e ck was thed s er. at the Ancon barber shop wBui closed VIC FLINT
S"Now my brilliancy paid off. some time ago, its concessionaire
NWtow thyeueanyof diamofnds, and some of Its staff moved to
tok the queen o ftdiamondsyBaboa.Tubeauty e m
cashed the queen of hearts, and Balboa The beauty shop andO
took the setting trick withsnort- t se s theop are stll operating at e
ace of clubs." the Ancon Theater Building. TROBL To

ed "On the ery next hand by the second floor of the Diablo library has been-

queebid and made a gramonds, declarerm. And huse to allow the relocation of the club-
thwould hanked made for settn he o eat the b ack of the bowling er
very easily. The false card at the of the Clubhouse Division. This is Lu
first trick was the kiler, at the Ancon T heater Building a
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young, a[stant to Muaitions Ioar lh4!f Jack. ..a
reveal -thit the flood ctrk .70 'mior ri ptL
in the Kansas City oua; killed 10,000 s'ettle,
sheep; torm up miles of vital mHrofedbe i
thousands of loaded freight( cars; destroyed.) 30,;
within a ton-mile arem; and ttaiy destioyt d 1,00 my I
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severe than an A fewerthan 50 people loit their
lives. -
Hatfield)s survey Is of vital imi- fighter plI Full extent of tlh b
portance to the nation since it damage i sa unknown. .
w..n be useft y the Munitions 5 ) WA'4an leairplane
Board as the basis of thetrreha- nmalntMAe n a rea -sop t A ALBERT . BLEDSOE UN, Comm aat
blitaton program d ge- wes badly T w As e i s 4eD
iiain protgram et apeniby or offlerserfiesteo ersonnel and. vilian m Yea

Indlr/ the lwo lo a tA.m. Am munition Deponet,8 :oan, the U.S. Naval S uply.
Cor'nJ.,produeSr* > aviest C ..p~rofteer o"fL 6)3S.S HSL^TI4 WAS M- 7th~aa entlal functions of these activities are to'*be,*sute
Vtu ,000 bSe ohedwared rtmental components of the U.S. Naval Station -
therhun ofeara MM .were loaded with tra c uring the ceremony, Ckptain Charles 0. Gllsson, fw
were running when the flood crgoes. Some 2,500 ears 6fgr (third from left, former ti3omandink Officer of the VU;..
stri ^ the plant. The motors were destroyed. A total of 7,900 N Aiuniton Depot, nan, read orders directly, him
wer all rted out nnd will freight cars were totally sub- taue new duties as Executive Officer of the US.
have to be buIt coaMtetely. merKedi iU Station, Rodman .
2) The Sherold CiaW-Corp., 7 7Srqjfveyestimnates that 90 Admiral Bledsoe prayed t-he coqueralve sirit o the a-
nmakrs of strategy alumn per eet-dc the InduStrial dam- yl 'and civilian personhel-attached to the activities which
cast ng. had their u smOnae e waV concentrated n thb field .woe; ;.diestablished, anld alid that he hoped that such ipifit,
golqg full blast ntU Wtpl Wl - ektIe motors cables, trans- e t 0iy lor continuous fficlengy of operation. would -4An-
edby the -flood, -oio r d switch ti e .
furace-are now M ed Hate concluded his survey Left to right: Captain . Barker, VSN, District
yordl repair. -. with a warm tribute to the spirit Officer; Captain L. E. Coley,.WSN, Chief of Staff; ptin
3)-.Ouf'tln- Bacon -in tt- and resourcefulness of the aver- Glmson; 'Lieutenant Commap er James M. Hale, U -Who
Ing Co.. "-5 due to. ti produc- age citizen, assumed new duties as htad of the Ordnance Department;
tion this week. They make a p- "Throughout the whole ordeal" Captpln H. C. Fish, USN,- Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval
clal fiberglass e!aential to the Hatfleld reports, "there was Station, Rodman: Commander R.-W. Carter, USN (SC), who
Navy. Months of production aqd great spirit of cooperation among assumed new duties as head of the Supply Department; and
one million dollars were lost. all the people. All the muscles, Admiral Bledsoe.
4) General Motors Corp.. had a brains, and equipment !of the (U.S. Army Pho)
large auto factory badly damag- whole area were Voluntarily .ot- .;... '- -
ed. They were i1'th4oqgWs o f, feared to meet the common dan-
retpoling the plant tO .turn' out ger. It was'an inspiring sight."

Democrat Wants 8% Cut

In Aid For Ike's Army
WASHINGTON, Aug. (1P3r epu b "ye
-as P. nidaro
Comttee "e .t,- pat tmy byr,
000 000 general o y ct This would 0 e
yesterday in the Admilistra- ground divldM t
tion's $8,500 400,000 foreign mil- air squadrons.
Itary and economic aid program. Elsenhower's chief of staff
Most of the savings would said Europe's chief problem now
come from funds slated for Is artns; not men. Postponing
Europe's defense-slanted econo- part of the aid program "simply
mle alBstance. means delay, in equipping diVi-
The Stuth Carolinra Democrat alons," he said. .
aid he' would otffee hlS personal Richards proposed that Mr.
proposal to committee members Truman's request for .9,98-
later. He said he doesvnot be- O00,00QO or oVeaM European 'i. -
lreve the reductions W-old harm be trimmed by 550.,000. Thl ,"~" w O' """VI of the fail
the program-"It they did. I breaks down to $25.000,000 off Leglon, and Legion .AuXIlar
we'%! pQt have made them." the '$5,2:000.00o nIltaz'y o roj.
T1S reduction amounts to a gram. -nd 0i,.000.000 off the sand Governor of The Paftanv
llt"..e more than eight per cent ionlc allotment of $1,675,- ..uaW. t.om let o rignt are
of tre total. 000000. President of the American Leg
Biultaneoualy, Cen. Dwight c.t. A. March, Chlefof Staff
D.- enhower's right-hand man. The remaining $150.000.000 Leon J. C .Comma]
in tlt Atlantic Pact arm rgedt4 wou'l be Ippnqd off ronev re- Canal Zone Dei and
Belt.ars not to spreMd .i1 pro- quested for the Pacific areas. Legion- Depa Commnan
gr over two years au some The Administration- had asked Ryan, and Kenedi nt oale
62.. 500.00 for the gerieral soe, CommandadtV 15; Naval
Chizese-PhIflipinetesatin.Rich- PaIaCanal
LFB Jinsm Ho t yards sumrested cutting* this by
Fub e for Korean relief would would be only one part of the
Fo~ | be reduced 90 ner cent trim- pact forces. ,
rming under..Richards proposal American troops would be not
HeI 1n outtha ta1, e be part of the unified army.
nm -war Is not yet over, eablilta- WIFE LEARNS TOO
STOL, Tenn., Aug. r (Ut When it does, he said. therem CHICAGO (UP)-Orville Rus-
Shr nth s r sourcess a $50000,000 a nropriation left. sell's wife, Ann, kept asking ,him
&l4nto the "hunto'r desPe over from last year. about hls work as a body. and
do.s held wh. h a Te lawmakj sid hethe Li l fendeer repair ian. In iself de-
N r State lfCaptlvtt the cru. ofte"r bft-j stae,. he llnly taught her the
raso^ on a nght- master the buItld-uh trade and she new works side by
marSe _to _the50 iterstate l s litar fr at the side with Russell in a shop.
Federal Chafs :interstate samne time America" je .-
aut thwlere fied t Lan- This view wos nsp ed- by
ninU i a warrant sworn before Gruenther In hi L -i-door
U.78. Co mmigsoner George M. testimony before tWate
Wa L the Virgtini part of Armed SE vice an t i |
thii border town. Relations Comns hfe.. V$- is&'
federal officers indicated that EZurpe can l, ei
tlh dft;heth em 'L-A
tion of the dberg D Ouenther a*Vo &i0d the one-
law which carries the deathpen flag, one-unito Erooeaar-
alty-woald be filed against the m advocated by Ehenhbwer
21-year-old youth., L m avctd nwe
Lannint was believed re _- ,
Ing about in a blue Plymouth he Look fresh ainl pre*
stole here Monday, seekingn to 'i r.
break through road-blocks tl .
ordoned ofFan main route In f* ..j. S
hboder area.
Frteen-yemar-old Jahet Re- ...
nolds.of FultonYN. Y., her mem- CHAMIRAY
ory Of the ta"" r & beg.mbroidered and Plaid
ning to subside, a a under theod a Pais
protection of local authorities
for a New York officer to return
her home today. T" BA
Janet, frightened, hungry and
exhausted, showed jp at-the po.- Pflt dnd- Printed
lice station here Monday after- .
She said that Lanning a par-
oled convict, ditabed her after .(R NY
she Tetsed to ride another ile d ' s ftd '
wtM dma dpite her fear of his
straht-edoe ramr.
Bhb %nM atthe youth, a for- _
mwes SBn w wase denPed pe'- N POR SILKS -
mst oto ee ho U W a her fam-
uy found out about i oI, Ple ml. rlt e d
b r accosted i. a ,
Ful streetand ra l hB. .
rawor. etold her i q
with me oryitt.,b e t t.
Then began a wild ride ta h
seven statesin a stolen ear, e .,
girl wadd during w ing 10 Cintrionue
repeatedly thaened r and- V..i e
she fto t off b is amorous "'t ga MAC"
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.l- Zone Delartment American
, paid their, 'rtespts to Conm-
, A .e, services, P f in a area,
a Canal, F. &. Ne*wtmer, yes-
e: Mrs. Patsy Ryan, Depkrtment
glon Auxilary,' Brig. ObG. Fran-
U8ARCAXTB; TU. Army Major
ider of the AAericain Legion,
John J. Kennedy, Aide to the
ider. *Major Carrington, Mrs.
d upon Rear Adri-,A. M. Bled-
DlIstrict, and Governor of the
F. K. Newcomer. P
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.I .ub will meet at the Court moonshine. Glenda swallowed
1 7Vii. Wallace Lodge Hall, Gua- some of tier etitr's reducing
chap The meeting will open pills. She told doctors she saw
With the receiving of members, pink elephazlts and monkeys
to be followed by a literary pro- jumping up and down.
SgrOm d a d asocial.
The Iterary ltms will be as Goodrildg. ,
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News of the week, Bill John Song, Will te H Hope.
Reading, Dt. Dora Mascoll.
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ed-Sox Win To Gain On Loi COS Una i Dec o

Yanks Who Split Twinbill Ai

,By ,itedes. Over Bnon In Thr.g Fght A
C1 71A won Lost et. o.n W P .'
S NEW YORK, Aug. 2 The Indians missed on oppor- SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 2 (UP) .. w York. 3 .825 Brooklyn .e. .a m. .M .
unity to gain on the Yankees when they dropped the sec- -Joe Louis, showing his finst H '" aL J d. 1 No w Yr ,4 3
bnd game of a twi-night doubleheader to the Senators atfor i e tres -onun nn O 8 MOI I M: j i 4 7,::arlphh" Z 4 1
Washington 4-3 after winning the opener with a late last night before 15,000 fans who ,rit ., 44 A. 4 8 Los . A N 7 s
Wlly 8-6 thunderously cheered the Argen- IT 1"sOi - ,ton 44 84 4 11 Chelo-tti 6L1 e
ly 8-6. tine heavyweight's courageous -a b14 1 fM 1^O1111 -IS l l Pn. Pahinpt.a .4 ACl 17 XX Cin .. l A. 3.
SThat left the Indians still two hitter to gain his 12th victory of stand ag at nst the ex-world 1LL 1I A C CC JJL Sll t. Loue. 81 F5 .3$ B PChtttbr.h .. 3 .41- 3h
ames behind.-.Cuban Julio Mor- the season--a 2-1 job for the Bos- champion. ," ". .
o pitched a seven-hitter to beat ton Braves over the Cardinals in Louis, scaling 207, said after- By B. ]S MII"T MO Ta TODAYI- 1AMES '. TD SG I ,
e Inan in th aCond gme. St. Louis nightgame. By win- wards that he is ready to ight oUnite d Chd PrN ess 'l ilad) (.

&~ /r: antm now tom~ regain the^ crown A4 h",~
Lou Briss i pitched the tIndians ning the Braves m oved into a n an im e low to r rega the crown. A rg e n ti n e G ai n Pe g e le ="n a tN ..

SIn the openightap Alic Reynolds Cal McLih stranded nine Louis, still dazed after his bitter 1 llike a Sunday. orders after Minor Leagueso n

pitched scoreless relief ball to ants on base to win the opener Thegtegrossed 5 champion while losing a tough He likes Friace and wants to resdenterge Trautman de- t it AMt e
otect the Yankees' margomein. In when the Cubs scored two runs m ntrln whotr weigh -round decision to Joe Louis, fight here9 ar a the nded bas U' reserve clause oisat o 02-9 1 0 OND GAME
Spener ens Woodling hib t in the eighth on Ranom Jackt it e wa a ro In an Francco to- crowd of 15,who watched him and territorial limits as essential k 5 020 12 1 New York 000, 9 3
S ted teb h w ii t "id eftought nytmehewantstocomeback l Lh Y s h o S c a
eeKellerinwh Ia duel at Cuincinnati, lefty tnrous, Ie fen p teheSan cc Ootp of that he-is one of the he Nothes nd SInsb
-ig Ynkscore. Ken Raffensbergr of the Reds former campion to win the ova P w men everto stand and lug ell as the existing National and KraDer (1-2), Shea and Berra. l'A
a 14-hit attache Red ox cked up to hal f won a 1-0 four-hitter from Rus tn of e" doin much talking today toe-to-toe with Louis or a full Ameritan agues-which are S AM Cincinnat 000 001 0- 7 0
0-6 second gme tthankeer by de- Meyer of the Ph s who gave Hesto etot ahad three ttches taken In round and get the better of the m rde up of teama from the weourosto 00 000 20 12 1 Meyer (8- HtSman and

S ntheBrowns,5-1,at Bos- up seven hits in los ng. 7 thy inuep 'a he left eye and one in his right fighting. He did that, Ietting a northeastern quarter of the na- ad o0xf1 14 0 Seminick; Rafeaberger tadium and stayon pitc ay in h ed a Johnny Wyrosaftek's single with hen f"l ree after the fight last night. Today tremendous ovation aCter the tion New Yor 1 t i rd anHowel
the Amhtter bica n League lead. ing defeat. End rd Charles-Jersey Joe Wa-he s late to visit a doctor. He round. He got another when the He sadfour leagues would give tnde8- Ti uc. Bearde -an a __

te seventh when he pulled a Klussewakl's double produced the F dround ti Bn mdleir-! has postponed his trip back to fight was over. a "greater de ge of enthusiasm a d Ro~b "os. ^yS^? s e.o *
nthe ni hita thi e sCh. game's only taly. Raffensberger Ctsituation. Argentina for a few days. Bri6n and competCOAw andt -olk NIe G
pitched scoreless relief ball to ants on base to w in the opener The gate grossed $66,525 plus ch6amp Bio n ,wh ole los g a to h He i es rs o d w n stokedi e t G~ r e T a t a d .-I thlngh caell e ey ol sSunday.poters after M inor Leagues .... ht S o a i

$e Red Box took a 2-0 lead in did not walk any batters. Meyer chfmornmothe worig gave The sportswrlters and fans rovide a greater o centive for 2 Brooklyn 9
protect the Yankees margin. b passed only one. r r n 1n, 0 nfor mhodt 01 o nt piiked Brn, dgon to ok to e nde r professional base- her'n gn 0 fr t en13 Prmuburgh 0 0 0 0 12

th Vitory Te ae wa gentine battler never left his Dic ^"Friendlich~toxing wSiter fo Celler sid he would "Insist" andi Tebbetts; Btart, Haynes NGHT GAME
d up opener 54en e Woodling hit in the eighth on Ransom Jack- rights. Through he was rno ggy in ro inis the San Franeisco Chronicle, that the West Coast be granted (0-3), Consuegra and Klutt. on ........ .... 2
rr clouted one. The Tigers eight hits In winning his third Louis looked very sharp Inseventh. It was Bat-on daywell ts said, This Brin s, game and a major league, although he r., .. I

twe fourth place White Sox h tam tlefbutrBr1known fweakniehtno o des An tough. He looks likevone of the has f sot decided whether the S ,NIG, T GAME Wd-n,---_C
a obtteato ochrhreh oud.Trqeks- (4-5), Trout and Swift, owa(-)adNbe el

ved to within seven games of a ti, efor a left-that prove m ace Ar- --o better youngsters in the game to- PathereWi Coast League as insuch Cleveland .. s O.......... 3 (,r | .
plage sby toping h the Inta de a t ncnhet, e nftorrch, diontowin theda k th e huge San Francisco On top of that he is one of the the Northwest and Southeast as Tr nro. n .. .. .. 4a L
Sces4-3, naPhidelphiaarc- Theng of the remRs frin te n the CowPalace. ButANCONsar wasn't few men evuller of t San Francid slug well as the existing National must chand -ge,

S game when Nellie Fox dou- thu fsor-hitte r f rom R Bured t ith was.ln dnto uThe Diablo tAodam ep t o t co Examiner commented, "Brian its attltud e about a lot of things, are NIGHT GAME Cininat : 0f
4 ahome the winningankees by de- Meyer of the Phills who gave n o othe furn thth n Mod thefte situd s three asthey chalk- has moroaget the or better of thea d udiONGM the Detrogiving Ch0io .. .. eyer, 4 gg J 1 U
ninth morning at :30 at t Hotel El cards upheld that opinion It was ed eupye another win a against the any young fighting. He did have seen ttin players a voice In choose the Philadelph .... .. .. ..
S White Sox ended a five- Johnny Wyro. The m single with thenfull that Brin changed from a faltering Ancon team in the most the ring in many years. He Comnissioner, arbitration of -

fi losing streak. Billy Pierce, diseassed wil e heprts ed"? croug to a standp position thrilling and exciting game of should become one of Our great players' salaries when they are RrnwS entor V *l IYL~
-hitter beforedthe retwinningru in two out in the seventh and Ted crowd went wild. Two judges gave cet Summer Basketball battlers. He has a great future." bound by the reserve clause and WRS, OrS

ngling and moving to second World Series here next February ed peppering him with wicked League. Eight quarters of good ------providing a forum where play- C l,,^ irtrc Team 6tandiags as of Aug. I .,
S sacrificenth washed he pulled a Klusewith d skis double produced fts that cut Brion's face to rib- basketball wereeheIs slated played with Dia- p p .He got another when the He saidfour their complai n Excin e tBrc nersn
lstese Mifoso homered. ton director of the National As- ing the remainder o weight h postponed his tri back to fight was over. been domiaterd by enthose who ST. LOUIS, Aug. 1 (UP) The Bomber .. .. .. .. .. :
doenedIts tohiok Prea m edono f tewional. Baer bas l eericmon followed a plan of The Diabloa f fmanaged to RiInS TO Acc t and competition,"aterethh Bt. Lou), Brownolds and the Wa.h- E e .. .. .... .. ..
SNATIONAL LEAGUE Club Minor Leagues), and C- crowding Louis and as long as build up a seven-point advantage .sportwrtes and fans provide ad "We have to pry ive f gto n r senator exchanged Cr010 013-81nd .. .. .. .. .. '
i irst inning on home runs by pased only one. illo d Brin's strength held out it was at the end of the first quarter, p B an looksoys themo enter profem that attitude pitchers Monday night in a Paquetes .. .. .. .. .. 1 I
Slliams and Vern Stepthe only A a, arved yesterday. The an even battle. But Bri6n, 13 but the Acon team came back i ohas an Interest in straight waiver deal. Rache .........
Jh the ationalLeague which representatives f Puerto Rico, years younger than Louis, tired fighting gamely with the hal plonhip timber. After the battle Leon, Briee" Balboa Gym 2-4.. )...ria
a eason advantory. Thg he a Venesuel and Colombia are ex n the lattle roundsever ending favoring Diablo 22 to 1. Dick Friendlichboxing wlter for CeHersad he would "Insis stu d The move sends right-hander -
ger, trounced them against due to feetathto get here toda Louis had Brin on the verge The third quarter found bothe Saton nPtructor a Chramboa wheattherWthestrCasterv e lue d F(0-3) ord back to Lous In Charles Brown's Bomber hav
ei te amewmn The rs w rn e o a k nockout in the seventh teams battling on even terms i "This Bri6n is game and a ajotr league, although he change or Dick Starr, alo a taken the undisputed lead in the
V wi 9 t a co ut days-tomorrow, Ba- round but Bri6n came out of the with E. Rathgeber and N. Haydel signdtouh. He oo o likeo ne of the ha natdeided whether It t-hander. Starr ha a.record second half wt record three
bartowihinni evencgatest. of for a left-tthat wt apiro oe- crig ont ha ep her rvsr f euato frshud e optdfrmthawirab iv leas -rtheana fu
d to wi thinseve P gra mes m o foDl llm r r h and reft--oth act pro th t ow- e m he m ohbetter youngsters in the game to- PacificCoast League as such Cleveland .. ....

., 4-3 yon a hil tha dl ph a b ar-hh.st fortn o thmnentss aid after thedighthe Ad nEd Muller of the Sanrancis-Hle abI s ebal, must change .n
dl game when Nellie Fox dou- the Caribbean Baseball Federa- figured it was all even going Into The Diablo "A" team kept up co Examiner commented, "Bri6n Its attitudes about a lot of things, M NGBT CAIME
h o meh o e h e w nntgh e i i ewwin n in gd r rt o o rout ene v nt Mon f h eiu g s h e r wnila inla t eyo tl a suo e c ordee rd g t s t h n n c u dnmt eou e ti n of g i intCih e . . . ..venin h .,h .nl M o st:, at t h H t eo!far stphhdt at o p ni n d gwe sd p ntheir fi e wainag ais they calkn ys y r o uragef idgutsr Ih avse n incp l u dna ye qerstaio~ n o fo siin g Chic a g o ." 4

ni svnth t i. mornmingolt 9:30at 1:Hot~el*Elef c ear s uperldytasthepinion.I t was o p aontherd i g aint t anyyoung fi.Mr.gher Ihvesent is n laets a ohe In hodrdeosin te. 4adsx auts oe h
eWhite S ox ended a five- Panama. The main topic to be then that Bri changed from a falterin con t o eam in the most the r ing In many years. He Comissione arbita t
discussed willthesevn beseme thhencprwolposeede crouratanprtode ahestandupasconiposition.e ration of gesanyan
losing streak. Billy Pierce t t n o thrilling and exciting game Of should become one of our great players' salaries when they are BMn S ena t he
4 scored holding of the Caribbean Little b That doomed him. Louis start- the current Summer Basketball battlers. He has a great future. rouidbnyl Basoreerve l ay- E xBhnse e nan toherassf ;
rgting and moving tosecondm o-WorSerie0 here next February ed peppering him with wicked League. Eight quarters of good pound bynthaereserep lay- anl

a sacrifice, was credited with and March. lefts that cut Brn's facev er, hoop ending t hbll were plquarter, 39-up. twoyearsC e hows that smaller and a r York clu Sntor won only 12
tnthvictory. Cuban outfield- Rort L. Finch, public rela- bon and he bled p rofusely du hok The fifth, sixbyth and scoreventh of 61 umenoal i an elb are etated adly games in two years. The Bomber and e P ee
r director of the National As- in s best rights with is quarters were played well with 1 nto 59. tibee dthomitrated by those who ST. LOUISAug. (UP) -- wThich are probably the two
if elation of Proflonal B usual calm. Hefollowappeared a pla bit neither team will five ma naged to Resigns To Accept have a finaclaus l interest ih son the player would transfer to strongest tea in the le

1^0 1 raU CIpuzzled by Cesar's Incessant but very poor guarding by the in hageof" hyt eucti Without this protection, he another club?*> havea v~"t r" ery different types oiae8
S NATIONAL LEAGU Clubs (Minor egues), and C- crowding Loutactics and but he ame to Ancon team became evident n a tves in 14 t gsaidme," the sincentihave to prymaintai on 8 e n said baseball's terg tense. The Bomber use the y
ba's representative, Emilio de Bri6n's str ength held out ihat wasettledt the eighnd of th e first quarter and ,ablo hls four junr ad n ur 7 the cluboose from that attude. rithoral limit simplonday rcognie eectlye one deen .while e
lastLEEWOOD COUNTRY CLUB, CRESTWOOD, N.Y., On yesterday. The an even battle. But Bri6n, 13 but on theo wiA n with Eddie Rath norback Th e public also has an intve would there that it irequr ea to up Pquetes favor a man to ma.
-yard ninth national League which favorite copresentativ of the late Baberto RIh, years younger the seven Louis, tired fighteber scoring thgamely winning bas- half be," he asked, "for a club to teach ort a beball team and it Both team emply the at
the World-Telegram advantge over th annual Hole-ombia are ex- in the late roundsli gave the ending favoring Diablo 22 to 19. Steve Gerge i, physical ed- the p a yo player If it better that one shall live than breaking .ofene, and both get
,Iigers, trounced them again to petted to get here today.,LofLuis had Br16n on the verge The third quarter found both ucation instructor' at Gumbos elrscmiteI tdan h oesnsrgtbne
their ten-game winning The meetings will run threeintesetheasatlgonentrs for the past two years, has re-i whether the reserve clause aind Fred Sanford back to St, Louis in Chre o' ] br8hy

ival is under way. Lutive days-tomorrow, round but Briy6n came out of the with E. Rathgeberand N. Haydel signed to accept a position as ew that at the end of the a ea- that two shall die" very mpreat e results .

The tournament opened with a 21-mashie salute to Joseoh P. Judee Joe Gfrman had it 59 to w. Nickisher contributed highly I s w It bhSa sr d
Val. sports editor of the sponsoring newspaper, who in 1932 evis- 51, Lous. Judge Toby Irwm had to their team's victory with their PrCtlC
,6 this Intriguing medium for getting the greats and the dubs a closer ra to 53'/a. fine shooting and hard played ub schoolsInAmarillo,sh d, .ptd "OR taIwvan,,f
together on a common ground, or a common cause. You get five ouis said after the bout that defensive game, while for the im
hos, and you thcouldn'th, buy another fsentive golf balls towfigure in the i Brion had fought this way" in losers, George Capwell again wats b 11 e Ballbo Hitg h .Nr.lt oot--i
. completion I you offered five grand. their Chicago bout lat Novem-hard in the high sc order with 21 points. quar pra

Wor months, back there in 1932, Val cudgeled his noggin for ber, BriHn would have won an Ancon- FG FT PF TP this w 11^e ,eknd a s be worki n
.some way in which the tyros could be brought Into rivalry with easy declaion then. G. Capwell. .. 8 5 4 21 out for about two hours every at- I P S ^ T B '^ cr li ^ ^
the Bobby Joneses and the Tommy Armours. "This was one of the toughest t A. Flynn. .having 1 0 2 2 oeigantrnoon.a -

"The dubs of golf have got to be emancipated, even it or only ten-round bouts I ever fought in M.Roy.. . 4 5 2 13
he day" Val announced. Golf Club at :0 p.m. left eye as early as the toughesecondt R. Rowley 4 0 5 8 Au total2f 48 averee o e ltr e
S War"Even i f f or only five shour- tomorrow. r stamina sincefrom that 15-routh and- With three seconds to play, it ready In 20 o whom p u leasd s t
in-One festival." From the next desk Joe Williams ose and eye after the seventh seemed that Ancose n would 0 4 0 ltyearNewhowereonthe
t or acers only." ago," Joe added. .Br6n who received oult victory, but Bill Land 3 squadlast er are ifoon the b tateln, ar priof iac In Icb18 ge.te0
S And so it came about that, even as Archimedes Invented the big ovation asaid he would likthe off a shot from the half court line mnd a re expected back befoffici l i a ei0 i wnh
ever while taking a bath, Val devised this mingling of the various meet Louis in. Heng. that. went swishing through the and ascool signment of officials here os e la m I i h

bects of the golf course has he hauled his achnozz out of a beaker would like tofght here again but Totals. .. .. .. 24 11 24 59 Eentatve schedules have beel
"Ii 7 ~ ~~~~~~~Louis, as methodical as ever, hoop ending the quarter, 39-up. insruthenpsttoyal niagrshatigshbe ows ha-suiid b and Wteakry00fohm.WlewtteNw.scnha.

n Nicks on a snowy afternr in double and shook The fifth, sixth and seventh nsup t forngames during the 19h1 o t s n e o c n f w y

* Little did Val know what he was about to start. In the 17 con- would draw a half million dol- Diablo- FG FT PF P season ut the ywil not be e- h
.yentionsof acers up to this one, 12,911 swinger of rois and woods lar in London." N. a were played well with adult recreation activities, and
*usualok 64,555 shots. Six efforts holed out. --- -------calm. He appeared a bit neitckisher.. team willing to give in, has been active in the Elks Club. without protection of t e n t
D= Daniel ~~~~~puzzled by Cdsar's incessant but very poor guarding by the In his new position, he will be serve clause. sntepae ol rnfrt t

lpeating. I would rather try for a homer at the Polo Grounds. oLan .... .. 1 1 5 3T o u t s-

in alumnus of Van Cortlandt and Mosholu, with a citation for played the qualifying round on Game Officials The Balboa "C" team sponsor-n th o ee."

.ourse, I feel more emancipated than Val ever meant me to be in and 29, to determine their post- N. Reyes; Referees: H. Philltpt 18. and in so doing virtually ele.
this annual ge-together of the No. 8 irons and the No. 4's. tn In the Club Championship and G. Downtingahad minted themselu Jn ves of anyd h in ivattreu-
-However why can't this thing be held in Yankee Stadium? It Tournament now in progress at Three Ping Pong Tournaments chance at the "C" League title.asmocre.Yugter ah twBoei
'sh ordt elera and yoold' unysanotherannugof allsHole-in-O ene theol f ear- ois. h dougto "vethis boutIntoskerst. rg owlaai a TeBlboaGHigh Sqchoodvlpa on lae f tbterta nesfooiet.nbekng=fene n e

aould be easy enough to set up a hole in deep center field, and uamboa were e a helhehsc"thep Ancon Gymna- Right from the very begcinnine it
So ewing from behind Yogi Berra's usual location at the plate. e Championship r iht of 32 um last week with the follow- was obvious that Ancon had the
To bewa suredi the country club atmosphere would be m wissin in Los diionsthas been ,et up and oing winners: stronger team as they pulled into
h arena of the Bombers. Maybe It can't be real golf if it isn't on e arranged between senior Ping Pon a uick lead of 6 to 2 wesith little OR rf i
S "The dubs olf cours have got to be emancipated, even if for only testan-roundts any time that is mun. 1-Peter Lederer. di4 5 2 13 faculty.

But the Stadium-on-the-Subway would offer a great, free at- tuall agreeable. In the event 2-George Lederer. By half time Ancon had a 17-8 ^RI T.-** wtk ln ^*y^ B ^
^ action to the sport lovers of New York, as well as ideal acces- matches are not played during Junior Ping Pons edge with the second hall scoring (I-Uqell, Or for th O la AfB^ ^^ ^
;oi e day," Val announcedele am my whole life e nd the to ugest R. Rowley .0mad. 5 8 A total of 48 have reported forSdn"B d ao ,
*1 "Even if for only five shots," shouted Joe. "Ire got It! A Hole- o tmn ic ht1-on- S. Steele ... 1 0 1 2 fall practice, 20 of whom played K L -"Ir~ I "~l l

hch 0 many our subway riders now confuse with polo d ica e h -
in-One festival." From the next desk Joe Williams insisted: "Make er with Arturo odoy a long time J. Hansen 0 0 4 0 last year. Nine who were on the
`3t in sr acrs onlvY'. ago" Joe added. F. Moulthetr 4 1 3 9 squad last year are in the States i \D / I ANT

I can hear 25,000 rooters in the Stadium grandstand cheering Th-' pairn,... re- a folo. 2..o..r..
or tile consummate achievement in golf -- for the time, the hole-Thepair areasfolrlows:" 2-Robert Maroney. own from Balboa with 10, world-famous since1715.
t -one, rather than the national open title. oe Jankus vs. Catron, Balk, r vs. Bye, About 20 boys in "A" and "B" Dagmar "C"-- FG FT PF TP
o HOW DOYLE DUG UP THOSE ODDS nEngelkevs.Patterson,Claytonvs. League groups competed in the Reece ...... 1 1 2 3
W hen J.DV LEw D UP TOwieaoDtstBye, Euper vs. Goodin Jr., Get- Home Run Contest. Robert Row- Selby ...... 0 1 0
Ia When J. P. Val was assailed with the idea of this tournament man vs, G. Crabb,StroopV. Hall, ley came in first, Abdiel Flynn McKeown 4 2 4 10
Which has swept to country, he consulted the late Jack Doyle, who am-Davis vs. Bye, Murray vs. Burns, second and Peter Lederer third. .6ee - .0 0 5 0
pinyears had set the odds for rights. World Series and golf ch.- Youart vs. Bye, Hart vs. Oangle, Brandon,. 0 3 3 3
What are the odds against the acers?" Val asked. Doyle, wh Fearsvs..Bye,Robinson vs.-Blake, DmLondes... 0 0o 0
nVan Gelder vs. Bsye, Latham vs. Pha/len0o 1 0
played at St. Albans, where the Navy Hospital now is located, on Van Gelno .... ByeLh JUrST A FEW DROPS OF Alen... .... 0 0 0 0
Long Island,ncomputed the aggregate of rounds of golf shotover o" ow
that course in a year, divided the number of aces into the grand gronysand tutheshota7 o o wice of manyNo JOE fSmiths.0 2 2
total. and announced, -It's 10,000 to I." rs n ntecoc fmnytOEK efre.
As a matter of fact, it's even tougher. Since onlyoone of the t p r I .....
!r sx aces achieved in 17 of the Val conventions came on the first is well represented for the first Totalls .... 818 8
swing by Al Collins, Sleepy Hollow pro-last year our bigger week's play, but in not expected POP 10 free throws missed.
filbert says, "The odds actually are 64.000 to 3, if the evidence in to last very long, especially when
-hsannual carnival means anything." w osdrteaiiyo hs no C- FG FT PF TIP..
Not only' would I like to see this jamboree land in the Stadium he is pitted against. Reyes ...... 3 1 7
ftor a week. nui I wouldd be delighted to acclaim the first gal acer. Woods .. .. .. 1 0 0 2
Many lair swingers have tried, but the closest one of them Johnson ..... 0 0 0 0
As come to the target is 11 inches. Mrs J. J. Lawyer did that in PLAY SAFEI aby ...... 3 2 3 a
M195. In 1945 Lillian Quimby won In the Westchester division with Whom it's Paint...0[NSIT on Losmbard ..5.. 4 3 14
S feet 9 inches o1B ..c..o.. 2&.A.,0 0 2.0
Val will not rest until a national Hole-in-One Week i-, pro- t*Eacala ...... 1 0 2 2
ltined by the President and acers wallop the little ball from Bright .. ..:.. 0 1 0 1 i Distributoar. :
SMAnnebunkport to San Dieg.-WS 13, 8g15Totals. ...... 8 15" CYS oAs
Joe Williams is on vacation. 11 throws missed. ,

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at ag atgatS* It I a E U CI OT. e---- H ^i.
Leras on VaesistiaTrip which they malataAin at the shore I
Th V Mint" aa r in in New Jeripy. They return | l s
Pa mft _!] ,i val- to the Iftu au ;-W. "o inp. O!i
dVe a e di r will leave g. i O .flC..
tomorrow to apend several weeks On Saturday Mrs. Lunetta Oas f Womeanp _-.Gr
vacoti n ian m Jose, Costa Rica. suest of honor at I 86 O up
luncheoh at tih 011 0
Sehilea2Chargi d'Affaires mesa ed veArU i 'i sI 'tda Samuels, Flaktnl-
In Nicara ad Mr. Warsando ftre her co-workrs at R d" versity graduate and former Ca-
rea vorta i dl thy 4a seh.IBction, Hq. VMeUlCARID, rt l Zone teacher, this wek In
te MinIJmAna. Lorca. wereothe Amador /atllep4,he newly-elclod osicerna
t m.et ho.r .of the Junta Femenina do Bene-
ni. ht l r aI'd d Ie mThose, participating crmIncluded fnyiwheautcia.e
tFo t rdit erS nc.i Bella Mrs. John I. Barbour, Mrs. Bu- Th ceremony was held at the _
Vista. so Norton, aB. Ruth E. ie- Pole Clubhouse.
..... umn. Mrs. sules p entache, Mrs. After the installation ceremo-
Ms. 8mlIth'a TT William X. Bell Mrs. Claude A. ny MlaN Samuels spoke of her ex-
Mrs. smithsT of pill ft Roddy and Miss Mary-Wren Dt.w- _perilhcsin the United StAtesl
Mrs. J. Bartley Smithenter- son,. s Shda- program of IR di
tainM -70 guests at -ta ftgiven as./orto .nt Cuom invies Cas m'r t m
yesterday atern her re- With the Saturda issue of practice in the United s Yo CommunityS
dence a Balboa He i hn h- The Pai Am an, Miss a means of eliminating some of
or of her husbaid'Aunt 1Mrs. C. Sheil Calhoun become erot-t et ao different groups
P. StewartfIndianapolis, In- e oety Editor .te u H O G -84 0
diana. Mrs. Stewart Is spending ifbe side. Mi Ca lhoun's tel-. his area.
a few weeks here with her son, phone is Panauin 3-0-U, and
Dr. Robert L. Stewart. of the her mail address Box 194, The officers Installed aret Miss Whse b 18 Peops Mess
Gorgas Hospital staff.W Balboa Heights, Canal Zn. Vivian Witter, president; Mrs.
Presiding at the tea and punch Mrs. Kenneth Newland, who is ural Davi, vice pres-ident; Mrs. rt f
services were Miss Royna Reece, giving up the work because she SW ? ph, correpon, I inge- A.
Miss Elaine Lombard, Miss Bar- Is moving to the AtIuatie $40, cretarry, Mis uervi- '^__,A--
bara Comber and Miss Carmenci- may not be able to resolve tel-cording secretary; Mrs. Pau---
ta Smith. Mrs. Smith also was phone messages this vemnr. iLoUie iano, trurer; Mrs.D P
assisted by members of her cook- Len caplainacil. Iecnerv M; 3:30-Mus&c For Thursday
ing class, Mrs. Thelma de Carr- Visitorsn Colon Moulton. Miss Milicent B 4:00-Muic Without Words
o,. Mrs. Nani de Romero. Mrs. Mrs. Harry B. Yard, Mrs. J. and Miss Irene Smith trust 4:15-NegroSpirituals
Else' de Paredes and Mrs. Gla- D. Logadon, Mrs. Ralph Otten, Present representing other o- 4:30-What's Your Favorite
dys de St. Malo. Mrs. William C. Hearon, Mrs. cletioes were: Liga .Civica, George 6:00-Panamusica Stor Time
Herbert Bathmann, Mrs R. J.Thomas; Amtgas de Caridad, 6: 15-Evening Salon
Mrs. Bennett to Visit Quinland, Mrs E. R. Baltoer s. WilliamsAgrunacon 7:00-MakeBelieve Ballroom
I .n nGeo .lul and Mrs. Norman E. Rocker Panamefos Unidos, R. Tom- (VOA)
. Mrs. George S. Bennett r., has were 4n Colon Tuesday for the linson; Pioneer Elks Club, Mrs 7:30-Sports Review
left for Honolulu to spend several monthly meeting of their lunch- one Abel; Pacific Industrial Club, 7:4-Jam Session
months with her son and daugh- eon club. The luncheon was held Mrs. I. Markham; Dubarry Club8:00-World News (VOA)
ter-in-law, CommandT r and Mrs. at the Hotel Washington with g Viria Gittens: Club O,' 8:1V5-CrcsA Ccunry 8. A.
George S. Bennett. She plans to Mrs. J. Crone and Mrs. J* Wilred Wao and Women's Ac- VOA
return to Panama in October. Friedrich as hostesses. tivityClub, Mrs. Margaret Rob- 8:45-Jam Session (VOA)
ty C s. M rgaret B 9:00-Meet Eleanor Roosevelt
M Walsh Honored Bingo Tonight ____________ (VOA)
M Shirley Wals ho aI to at Legion Club .9:30- Commentator's Digest
be married Friday evening to All members of the American ltIA I t r ll| (VOA)
Thomas Gerald Derrieo. was the Legion, the Auxiliary, and their IWiyW V II 9:45-Sports Tune of Day and
uest of honor at a diasert par- friends are invited to the bingo A' News (VOA)
fy and miscellaneous shower giv- games to be played at the Legion TMssil renad 10:00-Hotel El Panama
en last evening by Mos. William. Club (former Sailfish Club) to- "l 10:15-Musical Interlude
F. Pittenger and Mts. L. A. night at 7:30. Bingo is played at A 10:30-Take It From Here (BBC)
Beauchamp. The party was held the club each Thursday and Sun- A| CO Lar 11:00-The Owl's Nest
at Mrs. Pittenger's home at Al- day evening. 12:00-Sign Off
brook Field and those invited in-
eluded: Mrs. Charles Walsh and The club Is open to members COLUMBUS, Ga., Aug. 2 (UP)
Miss Marjorie Walsh, mother and and their friend M 0 nda y -Four Negro soldiers were sen- Tomorrow, Friday, August 3
sister of the bride-elect. Mrs. through Friday from 4 to 11 p.m. tenced to saven years at hard la- A.M.
James B. Derrico of Chicago, Ill- and on Saturdays, Sundays and bor and dishonorably discharged 6:00-Sign On and Alarm Clock
Inois, Mr. Derrico's mother, Miss holidays from 12 noon to mid- yesterday for throwing hand gre- 7:30-Request Salon
Shirley Smith, Miss Jean Van night. nader at a police car in Colum- 8:15-News (VOA)
Ever. Mrs. James L. Fulton, bus last May. 8:30-Morning Varieties
Mrs. D. Daniels, Mrs. John C. Teen-Age Barn Dance 8:45-Music Makers
Fontaine, Miss Joan Powell, Mrs. at Cocoli MondayThe sentences were handed 9:00-News
Theodore Schmidt, Miss Vivian The Cocoll summer recreation down by general court martial at 9:15-Stand By For Adventure
Madlan, Mrs. John Duran. Miss group s sponsoring another teen- Port Dnning and are subject to 9:30-As I See It
Pat Kuller. Mrs. Frank Lough- age barn dance to b t held Mon review and poible reduction by 10:00-News and Off the Record
ran Mrs. Clifford Stearns, Mrs. day fttml to IQ p.m.ifhhe'6r. b i Ar ritl. 11:00-News and Off the Record
."seae'Miss PatHallMt~n. Miss "coll mnasluaiE.l Of i and > 1:30-Meet the Band
a o Wtil V%. l2 :00-News.
Maria BraasfleUl and MOi Naomi adults of the West 4s i teoA imbu Negro section. i:sM.
Paddock. vited. There will be noty itm- o on. s.0.
her bers. prize dances, jitterbug con- The four Nero soldiers were 12:05-Luncheon Music
Marriage Anneuneement tests and square dancing by convicted a two-part coun 12:30-Popular Music
Cards have been received here Charles Hammond and his danc- which c d thm ith con- 1: ws
announcing the marriage of Mrs. era. piracy to estro a patrol car 1: 5-Personality Parade
Myrtle Erickson McCall to Selmer Each girl is asked to brin 6 and a breach o the peace c :45-American Favorites
A. Sundstrom on Wednesday, A- cookies. Cold drinks will be ur- throwing the grenades. 2:00-Iongs of France (RDF)
april 25. In Afton Minnesota. Mrs. nished by the committee. Those 2:15-It's Time To Dance
Sundstrom was a resident of the who have barn dance costumes They were found guilty by an 2:30-Afternoon Melodies
Canal Zone for many years. are asked to wear them to this A white, all-officer court mar- 2:45-Battlear o the hands
dance. tial. 3:00-All Star Concert Hall
Leaving on Vacation Tr I p 3:15-The Little Show
Mrs. Howard Engelke and her V. F. W. Auxiliary Lt. Col. Charles McLaughlin, 3:30-Music For Friday s
young daughter plan to leave Sponsoring Bingo Tonight president of the court, said the 4:00-Music Without Words
ftext week to spend a month's va- The Ladies Auxiliary of the defendants were given an option 4:15-David Rose Show
cation in the United States. Veterans of-Foreign Wars, Post of having enlisted men serve on 4:30-What's Your Favorite
3822, is sponsoring a Bingo Par- the court martial but declined. 6:00--Lean Back and Listen
Mrs. Lunetta Honored ty on Thursday. August 2, at the 6:16-Req(test Salon
Mrs. J. Charles Lunetta of Post Home on Curundu Road. 7:00-Reith's Lectures (BBC)
Balboa, companied by her Play will begin at 7:3$ppm. and 7:30-Sports Review
da hter Andrea. will ialg Friday the public Is cordially invited., 7:45---Here Comes Louis Jordan
on th..P Panaman st' four- 8:00-News and Commentary -
month sptoq rnin the United Mrs. Rahte Honored Raymond Swing (VOA)
States:; ?'r. Lunetta will join at Birthday Dinner 8:15-Musical Notebook (VOA)
them in October at their home Mrs. Walter E. Rahte was hon- 8:45-Facts On Parade (VOA)
9:00-The Jazz Club (VOA)
.-' B9:30-Commentator's Digest
9:45-Sports and News (VOA)
cc 0 10:00-Piano Playhouse (VOA)
/o*-SBw- 10:30-Time for Music (BBC)
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GOOD DEED TREED Quadrujm ampnptee Pfc. Hubert E. Reeves, Jollet, Ill.. In ". j 18
with a "money tree" at the Valf Forge Hoppital by Ambrose Vaverak,' a Flint, Miti. vfaternt
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Household Automobiles oe yeshve a drinking, erebl Pinps. Beo4h comtogu. Saoe Clara. PROFESSIONAL
'Write Alcoholics ANoySmou Box 435. Balboa,. Ph Panama
BARGAIN! Leaving. Livingroom, din- WE HAVE token in too many used Be- 20S1 AnceM. C. L 3-1877. Cdltoabol 3-1673. .
% ngroom, bedroom set. No. 19, cars end must el. et a loes! Price We run P ,a MANENT
46th Street Apt. I. Tel. 3-3392 below the average TRADE-IN FOR SALE cl iSs i BARGAIN SALE o
value. Many makes end modelsOR cotSAeE. tlifric ice t xe gasBAR(G4aIN SALE of
OR SALE: Modern overstuffed Financing availe ble. NASH se d t. Phone 6- OVERSTOCRED TEMS
S R SALE: Modern overstuffed iIMiscellaneous 51s or 4-567.. 7 where the
sofa and two chairs. Good condi- AGENCY. CiCtUan_ _ 5_1 or_4.567. : where the
lion, very reasonable. 800-D, Bol-
b. coner Ttve- n 1947, excellent condition, OFFERS STRUCTURES FO -SALE Spetial for August. Room with are priced LOWIR
GMC 2 1-2 ton, Army type, 10 For sole to the highest bidder, private both $35.00 per month, than the cheapest.
FOR SALE:-Youth's bedroom set wheels, 1942. One International Buildings Nos. 275. Ancon; 1054, $20.00 for 15 days. Me&Is a la Why not save money
bed, mattress, chest, table, $45; 2 1-2 ton, 1947, long chassis. In- 59, 1062X, 1066, 1067 carte Reservoations Tel. Pn. 2- bUyingthe best?
'" 25-60 cycle, portable sewing ma- ternational 2 1-2 ton, 1947, short 1069, 1152 and 1161, Cocoli; 12 !12.
* chine, core, $55. 892 Morgan chassis. One Mack 5 ton, 1947, Summit. Sealed bids will be received Tiny cottage, almost new. Two three GEO. F. NOVEY Inc.
"* Avenue, Balboa. excellent condition. Telephone 2- in the office of the Superintendent P p.Countte stnewTwfrtre OV Y, Ic.
f SAL-a set,9pieces 0610, Panama. of Storehouses at Balboa until 10:30 people. Countrystyle comforts. Pri- 279 Cenal Ave
.- FOR SALE-Bamboo set, 9 pieces, 5 nma. m.. August 21, 1951, when they aoy. Near village. Wonderful Tel
chairs, coffee table, end tab!e, ma- FOR SALE:-1950 Mercury 4 door, will be opened in public. Forms of climate. Fritz 'Mart, El Volcan, Te 040.
gazien rock and ottoman. 612-C, 9,000 miles with radio. $1,750. proposal with full particulars may be Chirlqul, Panama. = n
Cocoli. Phnoe Corozal 85-4269. secured In the offices of the Super- HOUSES'ON BEACH Santa Clara, in-
J VOR SALE:-Washing machine "Ea- FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac, low mi- intendnt of Storing houses, Balboa, expeslve. Phone SHRAPNEL, Bal-
sy." 25 cycle refrigerator "Norge" league Phone Balboa 3607, Diablo Heights Coocli and Pedro Miguel bo 2820 or see caretaker. LUX
25 cycle, all porcelain. Fan 16 Fire Station. Williams Santa Clara Bach nd dtogeo.
a inch, 25 cycle. Phone 2-3423 a Packard, FOR SALE: Simmons youth bed Two bedrooms, Frigidolr"q iRock- VENETIAN
19, Ultremaic Drive, 7,000 comte and in good condition rn Balboa 2-0. B NDS
1951, white .tiDv, Apply upstairs at the All America
? t FR SALE: Mahogany diningroom miles., white tires, s pofod as Cable Building in Old Cristobal or Ca. DC -BLINDS
tab'e, two extension boards, and new. See at Nesh Agency or call phone 3-1713. N Immedlate
* "'six diningroom chairs, mahogany 2-1790 for demonstration. .
drop leof table, 2 six strand Rattan FOR SALE: One Single Wheel auto Ap8 ents l y
S chairs, 2 Rattan occasional chairs FOR SALF.:-1947 Chevrolet Tudor trailer, one table RCA radio, one Tel. 3-1713
Rattan nest tables, table model $895.00. New tires, 27.000 miles. 25 cycle, 9 foot Westinghouse re- '1ALIAMBRA APARTMENTS #22 3th
RCA Phone-Radio, Electrolux va- Telephone 2-3775, Balboa. frigerator. House 813 1-2 Empire Modern furnished-unfurnished apart 22 29th St.
cuum 750-B, Balboa Road. FOR SALE:--Oldsmobile 1940 For- Street, Balboa. Phone 2-1361. ment. Contact office No. 8061, 10th
door_ God codtinSt. New Cristobol. Phone 1386. Co.
J FR SALE: Electric stove, "Gen- door uedan. G oo d condition FOR SALE:-Youth bed, $25. good Ion.
.,..eral Electric" of 3 burners and throughout, $350. 892 Morgan condition, chair and stool, slip cov-
oven, 3 months of use. $150.00. Avenue, Balboa. ered $12. 4-567. House 171-B. FOR RENT:-Best small -apartment 1
Caol phone 2-3008 from 7 a. m. FOR SALE:-1937 Dodge, good for Pedro Miguel. value in town. See it and compare,
t SEo 1,30 p. m. or Quarry Heightes ,e FORi Vc ea House13, g Sl g 6 r le. h no obligation, Poitillo Airport Rd.,m
to I:30 p. m. or Qsiarry Height' transportation or for use asa hunt- FOR SALE: Very cheap. National Nooblation, Poitill. 121. Airport Rd.,
S,,82-4277. ing car, fair condition. $85.00. cash register. "Sanitary" meat
'*'FOR SALE: Mattresses, electric Vic Melant. House 1573-K, Bal- grinder, 600 Ibs. on hour. Freezer FOR RENT:-Unfurnished' apartment A A (
clock, studio couch. Electri- was!,' boa. suitable for restaurant. Ham slicer, near American Embassy. Two bed- CAMERAl STORE
,,,machine, tables, ironing board. FOR SALE: Opportunity, owner gas stove, 4 burner and broiler. 4 rooms, livingroom, diningroom,
S. hoes 7-AA. Household articles leaving country August 4th. must Neon lamps, 48"., 3 tubes. 1st St.. balcony. Peru Ave., Corner 11, (Lobby Hotel "El PanamA"
$62 Morgan Ave.. Balboa, Tel. 2- sell now, 1949 four door Sedan No. 7, Vista Hermosa. Tel. 3- 36th St. $80.00.
.... 2 257. _Packard, green; duty paid, white 1468. FOR RENT:-Very cool one bedroom
.FCR SALE: Piano upright Grand tires, seat covers, excellent condi- FOR SALE:-Table model radio. 5 apartment for 2 persons or married
small modern. Gs stove four burn- tion, only 12,000 miles, $1.400.- tube General Electric. Mahogany couple without children. Via Es- DR. CARL AHLTEEN
er. Upholstered livingroom set (3- 00. Coll 3-1975 from 9 to 12 and dressing table. 1-2 H. P. motor poea 2021. Telephone 3-0749. CRHROPLACTON
S 'pc). Baby stroller. Phone 916. 2 to 5 p.m. 25 cycle, 1-4 H. P. motor 25 FOR RENT Unfurnished two bed- 20 Tivol i Av- Apt.
Co!on. FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet Bell- cycle. Table all steel 5 ft. Call FOR RENT:-Unfurnished two bed- Office: Tel. 2-3M Home: 3-4867
onFOR SALE:-195 Chevoletmornings or after 5 p. m. 0599- rooms apartment. Elevator, garage. HOURS: Monday th rI rida
FOR SALE :--Bedroom set. gIncsware b Air. I'',r l D, Mindi St. Ancon. new building. Ave. Justo Aroserr- oda to 12 .m.
etc. Fort Gulick 544, phone .88- Ambador 4 nr sedan over- StAno.no No. 97, Bella Vista. Moda,. W dy Tnusda
862. drive. Gotun 5-126. FOR SALE:-Piano Winter Spinet, 18 Saturday I a.m. to 1 p.m.
months. Cost $850.00, now $475.
FOR SALE WANTED 00. Q St. No. 5, Apt. 12 Mine Worhkrs' Union
.... I l.-FOR SALE: Amateur Transmitter A A D
.OrV iscellaneous all bonds. Phone and CW 813 finale OUIil sLA"hotL DN
Ftaewill sacrifice $300. Also Collins OL_
F OR SALE:-Motorcce I .ndian, ver- WANTFr-C-h for good type signal 75A-1 receiver. Tel. 3-0993, Pan- KEROSENE Mante Lamp
SHouse 171-, Pcro Miguel . Outside Drug Store 60 Candle Power o Modern Wh
House 171-8. Pdro Miguel lyst, condenser checker, etc. Phone FOR SALE:-Fine-bred Puppies. 10 le Pou a Modn Wite
Nroasene. Uses 6% AMI- OWly 6%
P:NT weeks old. Vilor family. End of 9th WEST FRANKFORT, Ill.. Aug. KEROSENE. Absolutely Safe It
St., Bhrrioda Ponami Americo, 2 (UP)-Jesse White, interna- cannot Explode Requires no gener-
.or a.. W n Lefevre Park.tional auditor of the or pump. No Smoke or Odor.
SR,,emt Hein W onted Lefevre Park.Minoal aW tor oa theasUnitedh S oSm ple a Chil Can Operte It
,________ ______________ riewn WpnrP'' ~^ r--Portable electric Mine Workers Union. was shot
FOR RENT:-Nice furnished clean, FOR SALE: -- Portable electric sew- and critically wounded on Main $9.95 Lowest Price
cool room, meals available. Bello WANTED:-Maid. Must know to ing machine, $50. 2-6389. Street here today.er Offered n Panam
Vista 46th Street. 18-A upstairs, cook; European family. No. 30 FOR SALE:-Singer sewing foot ma- White. 30, is a brother of
phone office hours 2-1693, even- 5 -I Street, corner of Justo Arose- chine, Royal portob'e typewriter, Hugh White. Illinois district All Parts Available.
ing 3-1789. meno. panel bed. Phone 916. Colon. "--Went of John L. Lewis' On Sale In All HARDWARE and
FOR RENT:-Furnished rooms witl- WANTED:-Foreicn woman, English nlon. URNITURE Stores
porch and kitchen. Apply Chase speaking as housekeeper, core P POS O He was hit b a 32 caliber Distributors -
Baank Bldg. 11th. St. Bolivar small child. Must live in. Apply He was hit b a .32 caliber
Phone 233 Colon. for interview Fuller Brush Store, WANTED:-Four young ladies and bullet which tore through his .WONG CHANG, S. A.
No. 18 J Street, Panama. young men with advertising ex- right armside as hnd flowe tood outside a Cola th St. A Balboa Ave.
right side as he stood outside S A

FOR SALEperience. Aoply American Protec- drug store. Tel 03
tion No. 47, Apt. 23, Central f Pnam 93 Central Alv
Rtl Fatutse I F S 0 N S Avenue, Panama. In Colon 6th and West Frankfort police said Tel. 2-287
S________ __ Balboa Ave., Colon. that Orville Nolen, former city
FOR SALE:--Two bedroom, concrete Modern piano instruction for children commissioner and operator of
cottage, Santa Clara, completely or adults. Fees moderate. Bennett's Almost Champagne a restaurant here, had gone to MIAMI JALOUSIES
furnished, electric ice box, gas Studio, Juan B. Sosao, No. 9, Tel. MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) It the sheriff's office at Benton,
rnrqe. terms. Phone 6-541. l o' sounded like champagne but it Ill.. to give himself up in the in glass, wood and aluminum.
was just an old watermelon. Har- shooting. Traverse
ris Rotman said the melon was In rtanRaiLs
a hot place in his store and had Police said Nolen was one of Curtain Rails.
been plunged. It fermented and several men who had been talk- Installed in
bhryslers M ake First Bid was bubbling and hissing. ing with White inside the drug any length.
a few minutes before the *
SAshooting. Witnesses said there Transparent
SLETTER OF CREDIT ON ad been no argument. Fade Pro-
4or Auto Price Increase LETTER OF CREDIT ON l testing
SWest Frankfort is only a few window shade.
0- NEW OLDSMOBILE Herrin. Ill., where a
fr. bloody massacre occurred dur- The new
WASHINGTON. Aug. 2 (UP) formulas, leaving havoc In its for $1800.00 wilU sell for ng a mine strike at the Lester COWES
uva.thrysler Corp., has asked the wake." $170000. Call Cristobal si-a in June. 1922. The battle VENETIAN.
"16vernment for a 91' per cent Mavbank insisted the critic- wristoas between union and non- BLIND
price increase under the new ism is "not justified." He said 1411 after 6 p.m. r r n mirersand 22 were killed Bamazin low
controlss law-and may get it. the amendment simply gives and 34 wounded. prices.
A high price official said to- sellers adjustments for cost
d y Chrysler is the first concern boosts to which they are "en- R A COWES C
ask for price hikes allowable titled." LEGAL NOTICNO. A. COWES y Cia.
the law signed "reluc- LEGAL NOTICETel. 2-0756 Ave. Cuba No. 67
by President Truman The Federal Reserve Board. UNITED STATES CF AMERICA
y night. The President which favors tighter controls to CANAL ZONE UNITED STATES 'F AMERICA
contender the law would "push hold down inflationary credit. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT UNITED CANAL ZONE
rices up. credit rose $31.000.000 in June CANAL ZONE FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
S -Ithe auto industry generally to a total of itl9.224,000.000. In- Division of Cristealml DivCANAL ZONNA
ba been reported ready to ask stallmer' credit amounted to FRANK G. McGILBERRY ROBERT C. DANIEL A M
for a 10 per cent price rise un- nearly $13,000.000,000 of this. of T Plaintiffn (Continued from Page 1)
the watered-down controls which one-third was for auto ELEANOR M. McGILBERRY v .
It requires that ceilir-s purchases. Defendant KATIE DANIEL napolis at the age of 16 and has
ll reflect nearly all "reasEc.- Installment credit for new MOS SUMMONS been on active Navy service ever
ib e" cost increases since the and used cars rose more than (CUiS Doket 9 2 N<)- 1631 s nc.
Korean war began. Pnv other type of credit In June. ACI'r N FOR DIVORCE Civil Docket He served aboard the Battle-
Price officials have said the the board said. To the above-name defendant: OACtON OR DIVORCE s hip Pennsylvania during World
l ew law may require them tu The new level of $4.041,000.000 You are hereby required to appear To the above-named defendant: War I.
grant a 10 per cent hike to the for ease was $61.000,000 higher ,nd wr.dne the omplaint fled in t You are hereby required to stppea? ad Durn t at II. heo-
.uto Industry, than in May. after July 19, 1911. entitled action within ninety days after handed the Battleship Indiana
SActing in accordance with in case of your failure to so appear July 19. 1951. In case of your failure in heavy combat in the Pacific,
Simultaneously. Rent Chief the new law. the board last .nd answer, judgment will be taken to co appear and answer, judgment will and later headed an amphibious
T he E. Woods announced he night extended the time pay- eaginat you by default for the relief be tAkendmastinsth e pn.defult for the k Force which covered land-
Swill force rent rolldbacks in ment period for automobiles d ites, the honorable Joseph J. Han- Witness the honorable Joseph J. Han. ings in the Admiralty Iclantiq,
'tar paper shack" housing from 15 to 18 months but kept cock, Judge. United States District Court cock, Judge United States District Court New Guinea. Blak Island, and
around defense centers as soon the down-payment at one- for the District or ihe canal Zone, this for the District of the Cinal Zone this the Philippines.
.as they are officially designated third. Smaller monthly pay- seventeenth day July. 1961. Seve teent MC- CORMICK. JJr After the' war, echteler ser
5erltlcal" areas under the new ments formally would encour- c T. McCORMICK Clerk ved as Commander the Battle-
Jaw. age more car sales. (SEAL) (SEALS ship-Cruiser Division of the At-
Mr. Truman's sharp criticism Credit restrictions also were By (sgd) E D. WHITE. Jr. By (Sgd e. D. White, Jr lantic Fleet.d
1th new controls law and his relaxed on other consumer Deputy Clerk To Katie Danielt rk Nv ansmo pes
f-" for swift chances met a goods such as radio and tele- To Eeaor H McGilberryo T oreroin ummon i vd 47n er
hostile reception in vision sets. household appliances upon you by publication pursant to upon you by publication pursuant to tonp iunJto n uh b.,ict on entohee
ess. and furniture, the order of the honorable Joseph J. order of the honorable Joseph J. Han. that headquarters post until he
an Burnet R. May- -Hancock. judga, United' States District cock. Judge. United State District Court was appointed Commander of
.. 8. C., defended the BROTHER GIVE ALL Court for the District of the Canal for the District of the Calal Zone. dted the Alantic Fleet a b o ut 18
dent by Sen. Homer E zon,. dated July 17. 1951 alnd entered July 17. 1951 lad ented and filed in oths ago.
t. R. dment d. which pro- HINGHAM, (UP) Cpl. and fled in this cto in the office this action in the offiee of the clerk ________
Sart Ind.. Which pro- HINGHAM, Mass. (UP) Cpl. of the clerk of said United Statea Dis- of aid United States District Court
les for the manufacturing Victor Herbert Rhodes, first trict Court for the Divitsios o Cristohal for the Divilion of cristobal on Joly 17, A LINC, NebL. Ui-A gro-
tna price increases based on Pinrham youth to be killed in on July i s.T. x 1 cTrmc k. r t e called police lto reo t
Nt hikes, thi Korean 'var, was the brother . T. M eCo ,h J C lerk J. the teft of several boxes of
cMr. Truman called the pro- of Wi'lliam T. Rhodes. first Fing- B (Sad) D wt ,. R g ) a. white. Jr.. "oe whic butoowh
"a bulldozer, crashing aim- fr'm man to be killed in World o.Det, cl et? Clerk s
through existing price War IL I. I

Alain Cardot, six-year-old Pails
artist, flashes a big tale after
learning that he won fle $750,
Afrt prize in the Manhall Plan
Child Art Competitint. The
youth is workIng lan is "outdoor
studio" near the em-roca hOWSe
where his fanifly lives. Patt Of
his prize money will be ud to
find a better haom. prt rat
Alain's edutieva

The House Foreign Relations
Committee unanimously approv-
ed a resolution yesterday con-
demning Czeth9slovakia for im-
prisoning news aperman William
N. Oatis and calling on the gov-
ernment for "all possible action"
to obtain his release.
The resolution accused the
Czech Communist regime of a
"shocking violation" of the Uni-
ted Nations charter and repudia-
tion of "the principle of free in-
The influential committee
threw its weight into'the fight as
Secretary of State Dean Acheson
told a news conference the State
Department is preparing new
moves to obtain the release of
the Associated Press reporter.
Oatis was sentenced to 10 years
imprisonment on "spy" charge.
Acheson said he wished he
could announce all that Is being,
done. but must keep his Dpla"s ea
cret for Oatis' aake.
He also revealed that the'
Czechs have turned down, a for-
anal note asking that American
diplomats be permitted to visit
Oatis in jail. The Czech govern-
ment has spurned similaW appeals
from the U.S. embassy in Prague.'
There had been speculation the
House committee might Oall Sor a
break in U.S.-Czech diplomatic
ed no specific steps.
It would express Congress'
"proound nldignation at the ar-
resask trial a uni-ts-
Victonorott and as itlboi-

ernment agencies to /'tak k all
possible action to bring ab3ut his
IThe resolution will, ,ro; beore
the House and then to 8. i0e-
ate for endorsement. It. '*1', iOot
have the force of law .i'aed
but will constitute a aptr*AO
ficial action to release 4ie-neWs-
Acheson said that the nego-
tiations so far have not elIcltA
any terms on which the Ozeclah
might release OaUs.
iLhat was a reference to the
deal which this country mads
with Conimunist Hungary re-
cently under which Robert.A.
Vogeler was released fro pri
son in return for coneesslonl.

Permitted Visitor,
The Panama Minister cl Go0-
ernient and Justice ha -
nounced that prisons ; te
CArcel Modelo may aslga IM p

was foreseen.
Visitors. Barly tU21

Th strike failed to tnatreai.

TOPKA, Kan. (up) Mr.
Daly MoDanald. prewidO ovr4
the KaRnsa governors thandel
kitchen as chief cookSor &i
before she made her first v Wt
the chief executive's state ou d

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LESSON IN FIRE BOMBING-A Republic F-84E Thunderjet at Elgin Air Force B Iap, iW
a demonstration of napalm (jellied gasoline) bombing--a technique which has proved uh .S.A .
in Korea. At top, the Jet releases the bomb. .Center, the jellied gasoline strikes itsi ta e spldAid
in all directions to destroy everything in its reach. Below, the inferno roars into a boUlln ma of
orange flame and smoke. The devastating napalm bomb is said to be the one weapon met heAted
by the Reds in Korea.

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The Csiomaslats will be tI e N the.ers. If tony 1eause
"e benefit whenever unret aflseaj take command and
reaag men fall.
The ArasI eehrtaby aAre "pai &f resaans the dd I
iMter acmrep naW. aa a

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"T M t eoe e o is kep ele to Te h 4e ne -Amun
Ma -a phed g sl rtel t sOA M11 we spdeee, as I
"e." 68i 0 a L .e 6 dee's be O.mp'sie P W deeMepedse ee
dqiw dgg or around the e
nld ruy to Itn It Shm'- o r i pto l*to**en -
MdeIft t nes wriSten r i mida n ta st sldee.
Tl enewisper se qeme. e me epesibaIy ft iemd Oite at eploleb

b soINiMp s W alha Mf" days anrtetuusIe
r tphnama Mia.. days. Thets are five working da*
S* a week.. it you takeset s tWo
n blo b ayo*u w o es 0days away for. gossip, It leaves
t i a Ma dte for orkng
e i atn jork he ort o't Th my job e rnaly e
nains y to oe rbWard t tolooks o laer Ahe3
uflnwledlfor around to see- P -
What Id going on. WEAT PRICE, ?ELM ONES
When ur -Job description
o mre bat, you read It ovwr and, Deapr ir:
ale tamesout of ten, it oet This le to bri t the ate-
oven *ply te your work. OU tioa of e electrcal eer of
send you anpmeal and phapMhe Panam Canal Company the
I m9ths afterward they will 'diiespect a own byerks In the
acknowlgedge It. electrical Field Office to Local
There ate jee here In thee Rate neployete
Army that ar enticasl but yet They reuse Local Rate em-
ditoent gade w40, ? Th- oliy athe simple privilege, of re-
answer. 1. ash tj vto- s quie- a phone can5 Ie Is not
tion is that it don't a tatter oIf t of receiving a phone call1
wbhat' u can do oW know, bu wanting to know iItI is
whom you knzw. on ofCHal bus&ess or 1*a*k to
*I often wond erwhy the Corn- take a Leusage to be relayed to
nldng Gen1tal dOern't take a the employee later.
1ti more Intete inre what goe If the employ Is granted the
on and epeially In the CFO at pivTiege of recelviag the call a
Curundu. le stens in on another line.
Xvery time you go Into that if there's no chance ot *i$ng
buidlad you Cam -e- tee lob an- the office phone certainly sme
a lutAadi s around and de- of the men wQuld bet
ldidng what they are got- to do pay for the use of a pRie In-
this week end, or swa all stalled in the yards outside.
the local gosdp. This hpps L. Worker (aayed).
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nwe hear in-
m on of me a.w4
i*Prb,' a little too eatly
to deinite tre4 with
Spolcles or to
Mion of the elec-
inent of events
$I days inakes It
offer even a rea-
leation, both
development on the
u-n 0 International
tsie potentialitles f
Y ve been mention,
canddates. 'T
same time, there use
certain bas ie considerations
th aris regarding political
f -.d by teat I mean te
Viat of voters from va
Snea of our population.
h*i to me that one of
,tAO the' attitude of labor
W b .B been In recent years
only the Iubject of sharp
MientinaL between the Demo-
Saml and. Republican partle
but .lr also aroused the .enti-
W&aw.e of those who ait
associated with the labor
thejduti a has been asked:
Was, lend strength to ft
om does the party give
strength to labor?
f indeed a br
.f-to,4I md one is tempted
w ~r an answer wft?4 a
tron eeNfig of partisan-
S .r:1 am aMtet .d to thSk
eaut .,phewswi asemwnt l .4

.lle pp9BH. T 6 a mattu r

ro imle .t time, there lhas
bee talk of a third party for
aS. thl sort of talk,.will
MoUpptl under our democratic
siety. I have no quarrel with
p .In the labor movemenlt
and those in other fields of at-
tivity who discuss this this
phae of our political life.
one who- was identified In
the frst two Roosevelt adminia-
IAd the state adaf -
Q trwatt ith the introitC-
eeroms in bhallf
With pI too

osf to ye yeith t Oe in
the labor inovsment s- sad
by that I mean botht4e
Ainerte Federatlon of Lab-
of and th4 Congress of In-
dustrial Organniaffoeas-4
would create anj foster a
labor party.
I am, first, last and all the
time a two-party man.
It is fundamental to our de-
moeracy and, to my mind, is the
best system of ee anbal-
anets thlt has yet been dvtoed
A history of third ove-
ments will Q 1Wc. =lear ',that
they were echelved In a -pir
of anger and indignatlotane
died because Lte rti.tean
people would not accept t onm.
,In the recent past, third part-
les sprang up and it eps oon
found that they fell lao Insi-
dious hands. These parties,
though short-lived, merely serv-
ed to confuse the issues, for they
attempted to befuddle, the
thinking of the American peo-
ple. May I say in tribute to our
citizenship, that on the whole
they recognized that third par-
ties have no place ,in our repub-
I do not believe that labor
should form a thQird. party.
Moreover, I thik that labor
should go along with thi we
cratie Party, for we JDemicrats
have always stood up for the
cause of the. workersl1' lIay be
accused of partsai lp. But
the facts are against te validity
of ouch a charge.
SDuring the put IF years,
the Democratic flty hpa,
through leialatton f nmd e n-
couragemenlt sa"d support,
furthered the cause of or
and hais brvspht about a
better understartdig be-
tween meanaemeit and lab-
It has been privilege,
through the years, to enjoy the
confidence and friendship of
many labor leaders throughout
the country. We have some-
times disagreed, but it was a
healthy difference of opinion
and our differene- .wge re-
solved in a spirit odf falk e.
I trust that I w nINSbn-
sidered cdnceited when m say
that I have wa&I t I.l ap-
proach labor th an
open mind and miN pai ho-
We are In a p 6 112 l S
ani apprehension. Le*' and
amasnaeent have been called
upon to produce the sinews of
war which we hope.will never be
But we mMut with
an she we6" al!.umte and
twP tos S .to
- We WOba w W- me before
ad we shalH do ifaal. *a
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For The Game's Sake


CAMP MTO-WA-MBU, Tanganylka.-It is very
possible that I will be assailed by the bird
waichers and vegetar -, and other natural
dults %for tl" expedltt hb is basically pre-
mised on killing God's MreatItoes, which never
did me no harm, at all, at all.,
For Just once I wouldL like permission to try
to write how a hunter feels about the things
he kills.
It. is awkward to say that a mah kills only
out. of reverence for th e things he kills, or else
he kills onlfY or necessary meat.
A sportaman fits- either. category, and often
eaI combine the two.
An assassinkills just for the l o;qpf kflt ",
He kaes to '&tch things die.
'to B. dollk ao ctudlly kill an
as an enltoaa If-.hijxgiPslp qt ng elephant-He "
'nt sht the ast. He Is collecting, the
tusks. With a lion it's mane. WiilJk eoprar
it's conformation. With a rhino it' Is snou
hor 'and'with antelope, such as the majestic
greater kudu, it is horn again.
You say that the administration of arbitrary
death for sport is evil, possibly. But you catch
a fish and swat a fly and trample a snake.
You wear shoes made of leather from dead
beasts and you eat flesh and fowl and sea food.
I imagine, from -the flea's-eye view, life is as
pleasant to a flea as to you or me.
And, certainly, you waste no tears on the bul-
lock which has died to give you steak or make
your gloves or 'keep your feet shod. Or the
minks which clothe madame in opulence.
The sportsman does not shoot indiscriminate-
ly, because that would cheapen the acquisition
of the trophy that he seeks. What the. sports-
man seeks is to bestow the gift of immortality
on the thing he shoots.
That is, when he is shooting for souvenirs,
of course -headsa trophies, whatever you
choose to call hem.
He in trying to imprison the beauty of the
scene, the excitement of the moment, and to
isolate his own skill or courage as an entity
for all his life.
He will look at the leopard mask or the sable


and remember, always, how he felt and what
he saw and what he did that day.
The animal dies, which is incidental. No wild
animal, save possibly elephant, dies naturally.
A clean, swift bullet through the heartia vast-
ly kinder than being eaten while still alive by
hyenas, A zebra which feeds a camp of natives
and makes a rug for my (loor has died less-
painfully and to more point than if he were
pulled down by a lion.
*' Eveh the' carnivores do not die naturally.
Friend of mine shot a lion recently whose en-
tire hindquarters had been shattered by an-
other lion's claws or' fangs. He wuas paralyzed
ha the point of death from starvation' when
'my bUddy cams across- him, and merelfully: say-
e4 lm from the.hyepa -
S'W ctljty*f shobting i stoning. Mot
of troy heds collected b true sPortsmev2
Sareot nmnw animals past Atheir puime usually
exiled from the herd by the younger bull or
from the family of lions or whatever.
In elephant, for Instance, a fellow with de-
cent tusks Is so old that the young buckos have
long asinceousted him, and he is through with
breedng forever.
This lbegs for most animals. You have but
speeded-up their fate a little, and rather kind-
ly, with a bullet;
Nature. is much more cruel to its own than
man 4 crVel to the things of nature. I feel no
compunction over an eland bull I killed recent-
ly. His nearly 2,000 pounds of edible flesh will
keen native fathilles going for Quite a spell
off the. dried Jerky, and his record-book head
recAlls a magnificent day and a wonderful ad-
I feel the same about the lions and antelopes
and all the meat I shot for the camp to eat.
'I feel the same about the non-edible trophies,
which will give me pleasure long after the ani-
mal's natural life span.
I suppose anyone who kills wilfully Is basic-
ally vagrant from spiritual perfection, but I will
listen to arguments only from bona fide vege-
tarians who do not wear fur coats or leather

Farm Labor

By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON--(1EA).- The fight to get a produced an amendment reducing the felony
good foreign farm labor bill through Congress penalty to $1000 fine and two years' Imprison-
goes back to last March.. when Democratic Sen. ment. 'That passed the Senate, but was killed
Dennis Chavez ot New Mexico introduced what later in the House.
he called the "Farm Labor Stabilization Act." Sen. Wayne Morse ot Oregon got through an
He Intended it to apply to all immigrant labor amendment to take away the benefit rights of
- Mexican, Puerto Rican, British West Indian any farmer employing wetbacks. Sen. Hubert
or Central American. Humphrey tried to get through an amendment
.He wanted standards of employment condi- providing for the right to search farms for wet-
tions set up to protect them all and al&6 to pro- backs, but that was defeated.
tect the rights of American labor. He would So the weaker Ellender bill passed the Senate
have made it a crime to employ an illegal alien. and went to the House, where it was sponsored
He would have followed most of the recommen- by Texas Rep. W. R. Poage. Immediately an ef-
datlons of the President's Commission on Mi- fort was begun to strike out the Douglas penalty
gratory Labor, intended to correct abuses in the amendment. This was done by a slick man-
employment of these wetbackss," as they are ever, worked out in advance by Its opponents.
called. With Rep. Albert Gore of Tennessee in the
To get around this model legislation, Sen. chair, a point of order was raised that the
Allen AJ, lender of Louisiana, Chairman of the penalty amendment was an immigration ques-
Senate Agriculture Committee, introduced two tion which should be referred to Judiciary com-
bills. One provided for the importation of Mexi- mittee. Giving a highly-involved legal opinion
can labor alone, under much less stringent con- impromptu. Gore ruled It out. ,
editions than the Chavez bill. The other made Incidentally, It was noted that former Con-
it a felony, subject to $2000 fine and five years ressman Stephen Pace. now lobbyist for the
imprisonment for hiring illegal immigrants. Cotton Council, was on the floor of the House
This was a smart legislative trick. The excuse while this maneuver was put over. And as the
for separating the two measures was that the bill passed, 250 to 139. the old rebel yell of Civil
second was an immigration quesUon.. not agri- War days arose from the Democratic side.
cultural. The intent was to have this second In conference between Senate and House Agri-
measure referred to the Senate Judiciary Corn- culture committee members, to Iron out differ-
mitte where it would be buried. ences between the lender and the Poage bills.
Senator Chavez was bitter over this procedure, the Douglas Denalty amendment was 'knocked
He charged that the Senate was willing to spend out. So no employer can now be penalized for
more money on the hoof and mouth disease, to hiring wetbacks.
protect cattle, than to protect American citizens
by keeping out illegal Immigrants. "If your pur- Senator Aiderson put.over an amendment
pose is to save money," he demanded. "why which he had been trying to get passed by con-
don't YoU Import Argentine beef?" sent for some time. It legalizes illegal Mexican
His own bm not eyen considered by Senator aliens if tily have been In the U. S. five years
Bllender's-Agrx ltdatJ committee. Senator Cha- or more. Tis was done In spite of Represen.
ves trl to a Ingth1 en the Ellender bill by a tative Ore'a fancy ruling in the House that im-
series o amenf ents. He was beaten on the miaUtion matters did not belong in the bill.
first cce, to IL2I 1 n hm fhWM Sender Rot in another con-
on or of the Senate. Sen. Paul Douglas ference amendment. It provides that 'agrlcul-
of DIn wa md over to Senator Chavez and tural work" ehaJ Include "processing." What
urged. "'.' 4t Ye up the fight. Denny." this means Is that Mexican labor can be em-
"If the want slavery." Chavez replied, "let pioyed l e or packing plants, further
them it." Thn be withdrew all his other Aean labor. No Ipeome tax nor
Zf deduStionsi have to be paid by
eM eking a o .m se., in- w eq. S the Mexan labor thev hire.

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Drew Peerson says: Chief mobiliers phlsehopbica-
new controls bill; Surprise Tideland oil vote;
lobbyists gathers dust. ,'[
WASHINGTON. The demoralized mobUimaUon chletka
hind closed'dooks the other day and tried to be cheerful
gutted controls 'bMl which Congress voted them.
The meeting, was called by Economic Stabilizer Irlf~e
ton, but It w os Prce Boss Mlke DISalle who tried to
Mis coBllauefs some of his famous wisecracks.
"Hello, fellow sufferers." he boomed cheerily. aId h is
Ing aboutthe new cadtrols bill was best illustrateby a
"A guy went into the gas station to get some gas, and
;ook two tires off his car," quipped DISalle.
DISalle was phaosophical, however, and remarked ni
"We went in for an operation. We though we mi*ht lose aem
but we only lost an arm."
Leon Keyserling, the President's chief economic adviser
"After many years o; observing legislative battles, 1r.
mented, "I can say that when the smoke of battle clearf
the defeats are not as great as imagined."
DISalle reported that slaughter quotas are so lm
keeping down the price of meat that he would submit
bill in another, last-ditch attempt to get Congress t6
slaughter controls.
Turning to Wage Stabilizer George Taylor, DISalle
again: "George talks about our dealing with Inazimate
and he 'deals with the. animate. The only trouble Is, the
objects are handled by the animate."
The other mobillkatlon officials made brief, technical r
and Johnseton adjourned the meeting.
Tidelands oil lobbyists planned a neat trick last week In
to win the wealthy submerged oit lands off the coast of
California; and Louisiana. B.
They secretly panned to bring up their bill for a
vote when northeastern congremen began their Friday
tc New York and Philadelphia.--..
Northfteifrn Congressmen for the most-part favor t,1
proposed by 'e-Secretary of- the Interior Harold ickes
by Senator Hill of Alabama and others, to use royalties
merged oil lands to aid the schools and colleges of the"
The Supreme Court has ruled that tielands oil beloij*4)
to the three states which have large deposits off their Me
to the entire 48 states.
However, the oil lobby's bill reversed the Supreme Court
Though the law requires that Congress publish quarter l
ports on lobbyists in the Congressional Record, giving their.
incomes, and affiliations, no report has been m e 4o l S
However, 4 report on the lobbies for the first quarter o -.
year has been gathering 1ust at the Government
for almost three months all because Senator
Arikona, chairman of the Joint Committee on Priting,
fused to permit its publication.
Senator Hayden claims that it would cost too much to print-
the full report in the Congressional. Record.
However, the Arizona Senator hasn't raised htl kaee
filling the record with page after page of :r letters a
price controls which these same lobbyl-s have lserted th
friendly Congressmen at the taxpayers' expense.
Naturally, the National Association of Manuacturers, th w-I
tonal Association of Real Estate Boards, the American M
Association, and other big lobbies agree with Senator Haydea.
not wanting the pames of their pressure men, or their feeasi -i :
P However, the law Is quite clear, and at the moment S~k"ts
Hayden is violating the -law.
R p,.Dnald OQole of New York, Who experience many
hood t a? heflOn of a fire chief In Brooklyn, tot an 0%
bigger thrill.lut wek, .. ...
bgynite resided or
trols.'However, OToole wA.dreamingo
Wielde4 dhe gavel.
During alu1 in the debate he malst ly. summoned
New York Congressman, Abe Multer, t-.h Speaker's di l-
"Abe, this may sound a little gruesome, but If Truman a.
Barkliy were tp die at this particular moment while I am cf
Speaker, did It ever occur to you that under the rules of suoie
alon I'd be President of the United States?"
Certain shipping lobbies are frantically pulling wires apinst,
the St. Lawrence Seaway, by which Labrador Iron ore could, O
by boat to the Great Lakes and make Chicago a great Inlnd Sa
port. a il
This would cut the cost of producing steel and reduce the r I
of submarine attack on iron ore that's shipped down th 4tlab
tic Coast.
Last week, the anti-seaway lobby failed by only one voe t
pigeonhole the St. Lawrence project permanently in the Roum.
Public Works Committee.
Heore: are the Congressmen who voted secretly against tho
important defense seaway: Fallen of Maryland, Pickett of T-
and Quinn of New York, Democrats; and Angell of OregonMe-
Gregor of Ohio, Auchincloss of New Jersey, Beall of rlan.
Vurbell of Illinois, George of Kansas, Bray of Indiana, Baer
Tennessee, Wood of Idaho, and Scudder of California, all
lican s.
PREDICTION: The lobbyists have been putting on moreoi -
sure thi .week, and will win the votes of at least two moreellm
grexamn. As a result, the vital St. Lawrence Seaway, the
to cheapvr steel, will be defe od. -
The Senate Investigating Committee is checking on offl 0
who drive around in Government automobiles withbno IdentUlf
tion paintedoD the sides. This is against the law. (SenatoWs'
that solnj. uIclals are using Oovernment automobiles' fortnr
The House Armed Services Committee plans to follow up tle
Senate report on military housing with another sharp blalt. Th
House report will blame the deplorable housing conditions atqmsd
military camps upon lack of cooperation between the Armed .-
vices and hsUidng agencies.
The U.N.', overwhelming superiority In the air in Krega hs-
begun to shift. A Jet fighter strafed American ground troopeH|
week the first such raid of the entire Korean war. Another deS
also attacked a B-29 as far south as Wonsan. No casualties .W
reported in either Incident, but this is the first time enemyJ~te
have ventured so far south, and could be the prelude to an -u,,
out air $asault. T
(Copyright, 1951, By The Beli Syndicate, Inc.) ""

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M1. Marcel V. Gringoire, the French Consul to Colon, and
M*O. Grintolre entertained at their residence Wednesday eve-
*t with a buffet supper party for Mr. and Mrs. Dashewod
DWBh. Mr. and Mrs. Darling will sail from the Isthmus
.te -y aboard the S.S. "Washington" en route to San
Afloslco, where they will make their home. They will leave
iot t of friends on both sides of the Isthmus.

Those who enjoyed the evening
S:tipt the guests of honor included
SCaptain and Mrs. Robert M.
POacher and Captain and Mrs.
M in West of Balboa, Captain
and- Mrs. L. L. Koepke, Captain
ad Mrs. William S. Parsons, Mr.
M6 Mrs. William E. Adams, Mr.
W -a Mrs. Anthony F. Raymond,
O616nel and Mrs. James W. Pum-
. pelly, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Ieee, Mr. Philip Thornton, Miss
Ss' a-es Thornton, Major and
s Byron King, Dr. and Mrs.
M ge Gilder, Captain and Mrs.
k el L. Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
fwk Canavagglo, Mr. and Mrs.
SlidWhite, Mr. Daulton Mann,
4 se a lcy Gilder, Mr. James
1M'iss Thelma Godwin, Mr.
i s. Gunther Hirschfeld and
S Miss Hope Men6ndez.
l And Mrs. Bennett Return
Afr -Visiting Panama Ports
;Mr. Warren J. Bennett, man-
ager of the United Fruit Com-
pwy Southern Division, in New
an, and Mrs. Bennett re-
turned 4to Panama City on Mon-
day after making trips to the
pV0ts of Armuelles, Golfito, Cue-
pMkand Almirante. They return-
Sed-board the S. S. Metapan. Mr.
aUd. Mrs. Bennett were register-
e4*,a guests at Hotel El Panama
Mpoday and Tuesday and return-
ed .to Brazos Heights Wednesday
evening. They will be the guests
of rMr. and Mrs. William E. Ad-
ams until Saturday when they
will said from here aboard the
8A.. Platano.
Tuesday Lunch Club Met
At Eotel Washington
*Mrs. John Crone and Mrs. E. J.
Ffle' rick were hostesses for the
monthlyy meeting of the Tuesday
Lunch Club which met at the
e Hotel Washington Tuesday, at 1
. pan. After luncheon the group
enjoyed games of canasta. Pacl-
fle side members who were pres-
ent nclud.ed: Mrs. H. B. Yard, Mrs.
J.4. Logsdon, Mrs. Ralph Otter,
William C. Hearon, Mrs. H.
J.,.uinlan, Mrs. E. R. Baltozer,
Mrs. N. C. Rocker, Mrs. H. Bath-
na1n; those attending from the
Atlqntic side were Mrs. H. C. An-
derscn, Mrs. A. N. Ruoff, Mrs. E.
_C.,jtexens, Mrs. J. J. Edge, and
S Mr. Fred Hodges.
Del0Vlle Paintings on
Ebhidit at Hotel Washington
t'o. Kennetn Delv-alle is show-
ing the paintings of her son, Mal-
com Delvalle at an exhibition at
the Hotel Washington which will
cOntinue until August 4.
The. paintings were previously
dieblayed at the Hotel E IPana-
i*ma I.Fanama, C.y and at the
J1: .S B. in Balboa. The exhibit
costs of 83 paintings made
S durig his travels in Spain,
France, Portugal, Switzerland,
Bahric Islands, Majorca, and
scer s made hi Brooklyn, New
S Yor .
Malcolm is at present study-
Ir:-.; nder the great art expert
Andrt Scholier. He had his early
edu' "tion on the Isthmus and is
an *',mnus of Cristobal High
Sc 3al. A guest book is available
at t e e::hiblt and it is requested
th all who attend please sign
tbe book.

Mr. and Mrs. Nash Vacation
At Santa Clara
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lee Nhsh
of Gatun, motored to Santa Cla-
ra yesterday where they will va-
cation for two weeks. They were
accompanied by their young
daughter Andra Lee..
Party Compliments
Mrs. Robert Stump
Mrs. Myron B. Smith and Mrs.
Halland Hankel were co-hostess-
es at a stork shower which was
held at the home of Mrs. Smith
at Fort Gulick on Friday. A color
scheme of pink and white was
carried out for the decorations.
The party was given to compli-
ment Mrs. Robert Stump. The.
gifts were presented in a baby
basket and a large group of the
recipient's friends attended.
'Mr. Leonard Visito,
To Isthmus
Mr. Leonard Kaplan of La
Grangeville, New York arrived
here by plane yesterday to be the
guest of his nephew and niece
Mr. and Mrs. David Kaplan of
Coco Solo. Mr. Leonard plans a
tour, of the Central American
countries and will spend several
days visiting in Coco Solo.
Rosemary Orr Celebrates
12th Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Orr of
New Cristobal entertained with
a supper birthday party at their
home Sunday evening to compli-
ment their daughter Rosemary
on the occasion of her 12th birth-
day. The birthday cake, which
was made by Mrs. George N. En-
gelke, was made in the shape of
a'doll and pastel flowers decor-
ated the pink frosted skirt. At-
tractive hair clips were given as
favors to the young guests.
Those present were the Misses
Judy Tipton, Mary Morland, Pat-
ty Meadl, Sally Bigelow, Linda
Geyer, Mary Ann and Jessica Se-
xias, Diane Geddes, Marie Bleak-
ley, Terry Louis, Andrea Whitak-
er, Sandra Hughts, Edna Jenk-
ins, and Charlotte Orr.
R.O.N.S. Atlantic Chapter
Met Monday Evening
Members of the R.O.N.S. At-
lantic Chapter held their regu-
lar monthly meeting at the Bra-
zos Brook Country Club Tuesday
evening. The evening's program
included a report from Lieuten-
ant Paul Sidebotham, Naval Del-
egate.to the R.O.A. National Con-
ference which was held at Long
Beach, Calif., from June 20
through 23rd. Lieutenant Walter
Hun cutt, R.O.A., Department
President, outlined the program
of activities to be sponsored by
the department.
Cristobal-Colon Lion's Club
Sponsor Benefit Dance
Members of the Cristobal-Ca-
lon Lion's Club are sponsoring a
dance and an evening of enter-
tainment at the Strangers' Club
Saturday evening August 4 at 8
o'clock. Music for dancing will be
furnished by the Tropicana Or-
chestra. Various prizes will be
awarded for dancing contests.
Entertainment numbers will be
presented during the evening.

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Joan Caulfield Robert Cummings "
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All the proceeds gained from
this affair will be turned over to
the Colon Red Cross. Tickets may
be purchased for one dollar.
Mr. and Mrs. Wall
Return by Plane
Mr. and Mrs. Gaddis Wall of
France Field, accompan1Id by
their two young sons, Wayne and
Randy, arrived here by plane to-
day. The Walls have visited with
relatives in Georgia for the past
two months.

4100 Local Rate

Pupils Return To

School Monday
About 4,100 youngsters in lo-
cal rate communities will start
the 1961-1952 school year Monday
when the colored elementary. Ju-
nior and senior -high schoots're-
The La Boca Junior College,
which will enroll only sophomores
this year, wHll open September 5.
The estimate of 4,100 students
expected in colored schools from
kindergarten through grade 12
this year represents a consider-
able increase over last year's en-
rollment which numbered 3,946
in February. The estimate was
made on the basis of yearly in-
creases in enrollment in the c01o-
ored schools for the past several
years, which amounted to a 7 per
cent increase last year over the
enrollment for the previous
school term.
Six new teaching positions have
been established in the elemen-
tary schools in anticipation of
the increase in students.
The social studies curriculum
for the elementary schools was
revised this year by teachers in
the summer institute and will go
into effect this fall, with new
textbooks to fit the curriculum
changes. Arithmetic subs e c t s
have also been revised slightly.
Another innovation is the ad-
dition of film. script projectors
and film libraries in the elemen-
tary schools,
Nine teachers who are new to
the Canal Zone system will be-
gin service in the elementary
schools Monday.
Some classrooms will be used
on a shift basis.at Paralso and
Silver City elementary schools,
where the number of students
has outgrown the existing build-
ings. This arrangement will re-
sult In no reduction in the in-
struction in basic subjects.
Roscoe Haining has been
named Principal of the Silver Ci-
ty Occupational High School. re-
placing Charles A. Dubbs, who is
now Training Officer
onne0tBureau sttalba
Miss J. N. Carrington will ,t
as principal of La Boca Elemen-
tary School this fall in the ab-
sence of Edward Gaskin, the re-
gular principal who is in the
United States.
Other principals in the colored
schools are: George C. Wrieht,
Principal of the La Boca High
School and Dean of the La Boca
Junior College; Ellis L. Fawcett,
Red Tank Elementary and Junior
High School; Adolphus L. Mor-
gan. Santa Cruz Elementary and
Junior High School; Bernardo D.
Tomas. Chagres Element a r y
School and William Wilkie. Silver
City Elementary School.

Raymond-Bourne Trio
Appears Tomorrow
At Balboa Theater

The Raymond Bourne Trio,
which has been featured on the
Milton Berle Texaco television
show and on Ed Sullivan's "Toast
of the Town," will appear on the
stage of the Balboa Theater
starting at 6:15 p.m. tomorrow
and again at 8:45 p.m.
Their show will last about 45
minutes and will be presented in
conjunction with the Paramount
technicolor epic, "Tripoli," star-
ring John Payne and Maureen
The trio is composed of Char-
lie Bourne, comedy pianist and
composer and Don and Loyal
Raymond, boy-girl vocalist team.
The trio has become one of the
most pooulnr .p-', on -'-'-' --
acts in show business, combininhg
pleasing appta_..
appeal with clever '
tainng numbers, .
Charlie Bourne's improvisa-
tions at the piano and his unique
style make hi ma favorite of all
ages. The Raymonds are the per-
fect boy-girl team. They were
featured in the original cast of
the "Desert Song," and their re-
pertory includes melodies from
"Oklahoma," "Show Boat," and
"South Pacific."
The Balboa Theater will open
about 4 Friday afternoon-the
exact time 'will be announced in
the newspapers. Children under
14 and students with Student As-
sociation Identification or other.
proof that they are students in
Canal Zone schools will be admit-
ted for 25 cents until 5 p.m.
After 5 p.m., the price for stu-
dents and children under 14 will
be 35 cents and adult admission
[will be 75 cqnts. The first stage
show will begin at about 6:15 and
the second stage show will be at
about 8:46 p.m.
1,200-pound bull broke away from
handlers at a packing plant,
jumped over a gate O trotted
around town. mployes chased
him for awhile, then e'chased
the employes. Pedestrian climb-
ed trees to keep out of his way.
After a two-hour hopeless effort,
police shot the bull' with a rifle.

X .O (NBA) Be-
n: "I found out
thp .KB the only person
a f1. Other people
belng straight-
n der about the
S A gingham and
b.e's been playing
J.. Jeanne with the
r0 BIj~ wn hair in P#eo-
and the short
"thiloeok of a doll
SBa movie "wolf
atir for mama,.
dit n years of young-
yolk. pe," Jeanne told me. "I
m e or actress in Hollywood
a husband and babies who
't allowed to be mature on
the screen.
"What broke my heart was do-
ing 'Pinky' and then being sent
back ifto the old groove."
She's a grown-up again in "The
Marriage Broker" and anybody
with any Ideas of putting her in-
to. a Jaset -up version of '"Polly-
anna" la going to run into the
C rain wath.
M tWa' death for an actress to
kp opying herself," Jeanne
d, looking as wise as' Greer
Oarson* Lana Turner and 'Ava
pdDedr. "You slip backwards."
George Brent joins the TV gold
ru h with pick and shovel this fall
in a series of 39 one-half hour
films based on "Raffles"--a
dacter not unknownJn flicker
lrgesoreen me 1i s e for
George, who's been, reported re-
tiremrent ided?
won't have much time for
them with TV," he admitted on


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the, set of TaI Otrl."U'"And I
haven't been too tbly about my
film career, It s hard to go good
material. In pictures taf-y, It's
'Print It" if they an see you and
hear you. Ten years ago we took
longer to m ke etunw, but It
was worth it. The rwelt was
beautiful and It paid oR at the
I asked George what he
thought of the Aomebast at Bette
Davis, *hit ttar In '"JV ebel"
and "Dark Vietotl."
Snapped George:
"It's not i qa~ei t '& .ome-
back for an ats of her calibre.
The trouble In Hollywood Is that
you're prone to bpeciliMe in kids
with dimples. Just because a per-
son has had bad pictures doesn't
mean that they're supposed to
hang you out to dry and run you
out of town.
It may be tough from now on
for blondes who can slip on a
black wig, glue fish-akin to their
eyes and come out *looking like
Madame Butterfly.
Hollywood's latched eano the
real McCoy Shirgley ?dnmagu-
chi, a bonaflde Nippoa bele who
co-stars with DeI Taylor and
Marie Windsor In "EastlEast."
Shirley was Introduced to Hol-
lywood on a vllt as the Japaziese
Bette Grable, but now she Mays:
"Before I mostly make musical
pictures. Now I am dramatic
actress in Hollywoo4. Maybe now
I go back to Japan as Japanese
Bette Davis."
When Shirley first hit movie-
town, one historian of the movie
scene cabled to Japan to find out
if Shirley was a genuine Miss

Rice M. beauty with
slant- T l 4 -boax on

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Mseet ;ih si woserhat-
I am Ita in
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one of a Tur-
ner and
. Thae Y i reaction to be-'
ing the star In
Hollywood a feuue Hayak-
awa: ; i -
"Mak*egfln..ry hoppy."
Meet th do who's never ask-
ed to 4k-.a leg when Holly-
wood's k ItAintleally for a
dancing m 11 who won't tower
over Oene'R or Fred Aatalre:
Adele Mat; "Mr. Dance Direc-
She earn bI with the best of
them, but hWas eerp keep telling
her to eMa 'mountains or gallop
into those naget in action thrill-
Walls Ad e:
"They Ioget that I'm a dancer.
Nobody's ever said, 'Hey, wait
a minute, let'i give Adele a
chance.'" .
Dincing'on a: trick MGM ceil-
Ing with a& Aitaire would be pie-
easy for her'after some of the
movie stunts she's done at Re-
public IA motWe like the current
"The ka, Huornet," opposite Rod
Says the I-Don't Need-A-Dou-
ble girl:,

This Ntw'Amazing
Couhb Miture Comes
From rhza rdly
Col Canada
Compounded oanm rare Canadian
Pine Bolsem, Menthol. Glycerine. Irish
Moss and 6te, splendid Ingredients.
Buckley's Canodiol Migture is differ-
ent er effective faster in
action. Get a bottle today take
a teospoonful. let It lie on your tongue
a monorrt then swallow slpwly -
feel its' powerful effective action
spread through throat, head an d
bronchial tubes. Coughing spasm
ceases flr right away it starts to
loosen up thick choking phlegm and
open up clogged bronchial tubes
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lion bottles of Buckley's have been
sole in cold. wintry Canada.
Your own ilruggist has this greot
Canadian discovery.

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nrtecimiento eii.la dispute

ift"ia: Fuentes Iranias dijrcQ
fthan, enviado especial d Z
i*V aunA comunicai6n do.
/lbdnformaba que loo negbee
meadows por el Lord del Sel
R2 TeherAn hoy. El Minitro
i, General Gzalollah ZahedLr
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an Bushehri. El crucero br

lyus" llHv6 a-cajbo unophb s militares" en el.
fo! PmA des u6do bilirnotifieado a lasm aug
daf dei el particular. ,
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heran en done ha ocUrrido un n6mero de choqi

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0| Vunldw
re-s ciu
1- rehush

I3mbra el fracaso d(

otociaciones de Core4

4ue ias Na mies Unidas
eqiaaWt de pu'y pre-

e. Loa omuni.tm pidlieron un
ne reeoao has h laas 11-Io la md-
aftma m fiwas .l. cual le I eA
eoncfdo. Toato psmee Indicar
ma que l e~comImetamtAn wave-
Il: radio uo evma fttjelones des-
i- ptiunines. , p
i* eonn
sik' udoma U hae .afbadO Mn

Con participaci6n en impuestosl

se ensa capitalizar el "BAP"

Decase desierto

Concurso Literario

en honor a R. AMir
Hoy Mfa darado deslerto el
Conourw "lr Mir6" rpra
Poesia, ov4la lUi Koria, uegn
el falo.Jq=eao por kjUra-
do- ,,m crt~ame -
to-A1 -' dot del
Mtlatelrto de l ael d.

La supresi6n de prestamos'de

character commercial y garantla

individual estan contemplando
-UJ Cpmejo de Gablate Li.ne normal para ILe diego el C 1
in estudlo un.proyeato de Do- sejo Directivr dd su aprobag1
trcto La. por Medio del. cua, *r final.
rBMUmp i el tmnenti del Batad .Ent ea zsolae ,nm
a AgeggcuM1o oa dqstrial, a a PiS .
hen lnbnmarIt6n omd14a en l a S ub
eMate.s "terMaa ,rsi. ge _iA. y -t

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A eon vnas r se '.eiagrA,
hs Is elaremnte a un Pguw .
mamblo en la Oerenela dl B
0o ,loplemUarto que viene dav.-
iaumfaaidodeade bace poer
oi el Lie. don dua6do
J W hae 1lncsapia en lo que se
1rsa* eom an hecho, oe qu
me tecto, Ia Cartera de Haulen-
da bas ,idoofrefd a vartom ea-
bal10e,. 4Wo s han abstenldo
de aptarla y que. por esot

d PMa 'e Mexio
h&EWi de Crespo

en Lautno-

Iqu Ea tod quae M
rempecto a s Gereniia
co Agropecuario as viuae
d6 qu contempla un
pm que teeno efest
de pemo, y .quo lto.
i0 el enBo dIto
Iran U oe 3W da el1

ha e.ni o el ianCo "Afope-

casNs d enors

Una gran cantidad d -
nuncloa sebri peranwel deaQa-
recidas ha aid Uevados a IS

de n toemro de ese la-
ttuotln.- *, g
da *^er..oe.. an..J... te

SMtio. de hidends
,l Lic. Galileo Sil
De fuenotw boles ln tase
IbemAos bMe q 0.ed'la r-
ade e h er4 l0 WO a --
Liceuolud.6 deaB
pam omsua, @l eargd at -
isergo de.HaElted'y Tmore
da el aetual GaM .
.* miU". Sf 8 pus' do
Mo y, fh m oto 4b ft O-
dtad els al -e ie aev i-
#ente del CoaMle Nuem-J do
.L& Cartera do adtda y
TnWo sen eulmUa ~VAtO
ldosel iHat M, ;Agl Ous
do of Exeme. .JPoft.
te deo Is epkbi.a I .e an
ranuncis a don Vieftr was,
mlembro del Partdo Untova-
SNo ha sido poeible ponfir-
mar ests notlej ea fuM.tet
Ha sido Ievautda

Incomunkml n a

press poF- O
El doctor Miguet Apgel Orad-
faez, Ministro de GObbno y Jus
MLta orden6 en ia I de
hoy al Comr'J-
fe de la Polci s al que
levsntara Ia p que se
habia hecho a loa ku em poU0-
Los pira reclbir vWlta diUrla
;n I Circel Mel loe .
El doctor Qrddem", manlffet6
-uc en vista deole l w lftuion
de IntranqulUdad hablsM"nl-
nado, etlmab 'ud. mo -poee-
dia continuar con efts uspen-
&a6n de lam vJttRi, ,.p*j que
Cs Is primers n qv o Eoi a
kI. presos politio reiWr viri-
tam diarlam* Ca MWf u a n
.Uieudo e Nkcmm d.
Con a ordIs ao.
Mtza..t.rio --m -_-ila.

5 ta s4_m, i rept. "I m a.R 9
do uebsay d eaitral shi serngs
i-aout: ene ienm e ial

O7s 30e buM hoe p.ee,
4s m netrawl. -
aa ie T a Joy a re it unsdo dur.-

nMa s atid de d las NaU estmh Umw d e l -

sla wns neutral.
oMkao Ie Us. a Joy sam preunta w-r.
ris la seaod de las Namene sU d as
MMO. Joy se habl sat Uelpado a Ia preap
i heelMO de satemalo e- la spaS dl. aU
lNopesm Unidas np teals Intelli6n l
SartGdtlkio poreo i tampo e*
me pudleran defender m emao do a
fo bando"
b de is delegsel6n eomaists p1di6 an roe..
sen deo I puoiul6 doe la Naclonee Unmu,
teceso. La seloaN tsleraut6& a la" M3.

Cheques del

personas mue

cbrados frau
Be ha conseguldo un nuevo
arreglo. en Is Investlaciones
que PIaUta el Fiscal Tercero
del Cjitc, Licenelado Vianor
Nlolla obre los cheques de Ju-
bUiladao del dSepro hotel cobra-
doe par peironas desvinculadas
de ena ittucln.
so ha podldo ave-
Xalk ls peron as a cuyo
YTor. a giraron log cheques, y
qaen eun declarsclione del
e do-is Ga O del Seguro
Boelal, Sus llaren-, a reel-

ten a permnoa y muer-
tapui0traI loa demi son
peqo ..s a.gurit 4 quienes
t lea asu ddo provi-

La sggU. charla


Seguro de 34

rtas fueron

A media que os adelanta is
lnvestigacion, se encuentran aim
gunam otras personas eompro-
metidas, quienes erta llama-
das a declarar par el. aO pa-
rs determiner mu reps ablU.
dad en eats investlgac
l Flecal encargado de la In-
vostigamdn ha ordenado qu no
me permits sallr de 1s UopOI
bl.Uca a I personal cuyo$ on-
does aparecen al,' rver d
cads cheque.

El Festival de

en el "Club U"e "
Para d dLa 18 del pr ite
el Club Mlura ha ril d
un festival que se uw a
"Festlval de ]as CMI-.
rante ml cual e so 1 ,n
reins por votos que o a d A
priimO en cada b:as .l
rgdsion un valor da
toe. Par aIs relna ma i
un preg y lrim ih
grandcip s y

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Sprim!,] f.declarflo
i-o u n6 el
ita andamentale"
bo "Jean Pavor". 1M
,C lo 0 an6 I traba. o
,,.laIea" firmalo por
,*S.. 1. concurao de N6vela, fud
Jbif to declarado deslerto
e pffnr pumto, ganando el
ymaa a nhtie I C e. r7

LIllertad del Dr.
AhDfo Arias se le
Pil* *Promrador
Zr oeAerem P. Teodoro Brin
y Jor Adames. han remitido
al i Procurador General de
I& Na Mid un memorial donde
I@ p n Au intervinci6n pars
que1 decrete la llbertad del
ex- enter Arnulfo Arias M
Sr. Procurador General
.e Nscidn.
E.U.. D.
3altor Procurador:
a algunos dias nos dirigi-
MPmrusted, en su caricter de
Jeob del Ministerio Puiblico, pa-
rs pedirlb investigara clertos
heeM-.Oue coimlderamos Irre-
gma.-, cometldok por funclo-
Ueli balJo mu jurlmdiccl6n, en
,a htONgacl6n que se adelan-
ts eWttra el doctor Arnulfo A-
104k%, P-Presidente de Is Repu-
MM.1o mnlembroo de mu Ga-
P y varleo mlembrox del
Revoluc'onario Autsn-
"%.I ella ocal6n le pedlmos
k rempetuozamente que
SI ia la nobra, que

eunlza Iona

t.i n de tods

be Iguteectuales

Jefe del Departamento de
pI y Biblotecas del MlnuJ-
edo ducaci6n don Ram6n
(ado, manifest6 en aIs ma-
e hoy que se o a pla-
*O efeetuar dentro de los
I diai una rohunin de
Intelectualeu del pals,
r un movimiento me-
el ecual participen on los
Was de Ia culture naclo-
et el mefior Jurado,
* noemrli ua oIm Inte-
de Pama w orga-
S Q puedk marcar
l Mu m mks efectiva
to cultural en
,y Ja U? su0de

valor cra.l bae en loam rendi-
malutom de ie ads ochas y otcas
garpntias acceptable.
Be plemas taatbln varlar la
extructura de la onacesl6t de loN
crditom modante Is creaIcMe de
organlamoa eapeclales que es:u-
d1en la condlelonea realems del
ne;oclo o explotacl6n que me p2-
de ,uxiliar y Sla lntervenci6n de
Juntas o comlalones de crcdito
especialildau pars el ramo a.-
gri.ola e Industrial. Las coin.i-
siloles podrAn establecer lams nor
mab generals de loe cr6dlitoi y
daran su sprobaci6n a los que
so encuentren dentro de esras

cad& ra w l'
I pre de MarMo t
waanoo parttdpe
Is li ale&ln y. oratO
Industrial deolarqd .
mejlante u tmu tmS
permits la participaci dH us*
pital privado.
ol Banco suscriblra & eOiMi
o compraria bone de digha Ia-
duLrias y los Bia vendsT
cuando este hays logrado
bleccrse y se encuentre on M
1iciones de marchar per i a0
con el soporte del capital prlt*
do unlcamente.
6m muy possible tambUn qq
se &upriman los pr6stamous m
meiciales y quizs lo pristaoti
con garantia personal.

Panama, Dinamarca y la Indl

son los tres paises que ban -

acatado el embargo de la ONI

WASHINOTON, agosto 2 ftiP)
- El Senador Herbert R. O'Con-
nor duio que algunoe alisedo de
Estadoa Unidos todavit-d guen
transportando materialft eatra-
tegicoa a la China Comuntita a
vesar del embargo decretado pot
las Naclones Unidas.
DUjo que. sin embargo, por lo
-ienos trees nacliones India.
Dinamarca v Panama han
vrestado atencln a las adver-
tenclas de u Sub-Comnft del
Senado de alue Is exportacldn de
nmateriale eastat6glcom a Is Chi-
na Comunista eontribuye a sla
matanza de loe soldadon de las
Naclones Unidas en Coresa.
DJo oue "etate trees naclones
han demostrado claramente au
determ nacl6n de cooperar con
1stades Unldox en la medids
oara qeoarle el uso de materia-
lea de guerra a los raises comnu-

nistas". Agreg6 aue a pear~.
las restricclones de exDoar
en Hong Kong, los me
estratt gcoa eatin "pasando
alto" este puerto britanieo y @ii
guen "afluyendo libremente"
la China Comuntsta.
O'Connor dijo: "Produce Kra4
matisfaccifn saber oue por n
menros trees de las nwAclonuu e
el camDo anti-comunlista a
percatado de sus responsabllldsa
des por la resolucl6n de lam NSi-
clones Unidas decretando el eolk
bargo de todos los envious de at
terlales aue nuedan ayudar 2
enemlgo common. Alitunas de o1
naciones cuvIs tropaa estAr Lu&
chando lunto con isa nue@,r.
en Cores todavia pormiteon ub
sus barcos abastescan al enoav"
go con matertales sin los euaft
6ste no podria continuar I m
gresi6n". O'Connor no mencioe4
eatas naciones.

El Mm. de Gobierno dice que d

Ejecutivo no intervendra en te

expedientes de press politK%

I MWinstro de Goblemo y
Justicla manifest .en la mafia-
na de hop quo ofletaril al Pro-
curador General de la Nacl6n
en oel af Ado de que eata reel-
bleado tergram i F memorsa-
let da lo' ea sleas denunelan
Timmn cime d 'H la can-
feel a de o p te de
lam datMm p ftre o to-
do en li i a lIsa de-
on ori amats el -
5 Ir. )Iguol *a~M

manifesto que el Organo
cutivo no tiene facultad a
para Inervenir en la form
de los menclonados exped
y aspira a que so agoe (
to antes today las dAki
para quoe s Jualuan lea
poUUleos; quo 1 wiom
dilicultades saria
que el aletr f 1p
ral toma eart-.
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Por primera vez en la historic del comanismo
uno de los 6rganos autorizados del 'Soviet se ha
aVenturado a explicar el alcance de la libertad de
expresi6n, mejor dicho, de la prohibici6n de ex-
poner hechMo e ideas, que existe en Rusia. Esta cir-
constancia se debe al reto formulado por el Se.
cretario de Asuntos Extranjeros de la Gran Bre-
tafa, Sr. Herbert Morrison, en un articulo que re-
cientemiente escribi6 para el diario "Pravda," en
el cual se define la posici6n democriticaj.frente 8a
la situaci6n actual de la humanidad. El senior Mo-
rrison, sin duda para hacer llegar 'Ipueblo ruso
esa exposici6n, excite al diario referido a que afron-
tara el riesgo de publicarlo, insinuando asi que
"Pravda" no arrostraria las consecueneas, en vis-
ta de las restricciones que al respect prevalecen
en Rusia.%
Despues de nil consultas, cavilaciones y demo-
ras-- como es ficil presumir--el 6rgano official del
Kremlin al fin public hace poco las declaraciones
del Ministro Britanica, no sin anteponerle caus-
ticos e hirientes comentarios contra las democra-

s.Sea ello como fuere, la hAbil estrategia del Sr.
Morrison ha permitido que, por lo menos en esta
ocasi6n, el pueblo ruso, que se le mantiene en utia
especie de jaula infranqueable, haysa podido lierc-
tarse de un aspect del pensamiento democratic.
Quizi esta circunstancia con el t'raiscurso del tiem-
po result benifica para una mejor comprension
de las dificultades que hoy existen.

Hay otro aspect, sin duda de mayor impor-
tancia: "Pravda" sostiene que si hay en Rusia li-
bertad de expresi6n y luego agrega que tal liber-
tad "no existe para los ladrones incorregibles, pa.
ra los agents subversivos, para los terrorists y
asesinos pagados por los servicios secrets extran-
No hay necesidad de explicar el alcance de
esos concepts. Para .os oligarcas rusos, para sus
dietadores, la humanidad toda esti dividida en dos
grupos: los comunistas, sometidos a la mis rigid
regimentacion, y los no comunistas. Estos fltimos
necesariamente son "los ladrones incorregibles,"
"los agents subversives," "los terrorists" y "los
asesinos." Para ellos no hay ni puede haber dere-
cho alguno. C6mo puede, pues, haber libertad de
Es evidence que el Sr. Morrison ha conseguido
por lo menos que Rusia defina su posici6n ante
uno de los aspects mas importantes del credo de-
mocratico. El hombre consciente no concibe la dig-
k aidad humana sin el derecho de libre expression.

rDee esas preocupaclones para nosotros diaos, diganos ncamente
a d6nde y cuAndo desea vlajar y siga la vida normal hasta
el dia de su partida,. pues los pormenores de su viaje los
S arreglaremos nosotros gustosos, sin costo extra para Ud.

Calle #3
de Leoeps



Colgote-Palmolive-Peet Company
AVISA a mu estimada clientele que ha
trasladado sus oficinas y dep6sitos a:
Avenida Justo Arosemena y Calle 28 Eeste
Nuevos Numeros de Telifonos: 3-4742
Nuestras oficinas estan abiertas:
De Lunes a Viernes
Jesde las 7:30 a.m. hasta las 5:00 p.m.
Los sibados permanecemos cerrados todo el dia.

Banco de Urbanizaci6n y Rehabilitaci6n


Construcci6n No. 30-B
Hasts las 10:30 del dia 1o. de Septiembre do
4$1 so recibiran propuestas para la construcci6n do
a& oe do vents on la Calle "San Lorenzo" de Ja
uxci6n do Vista Hermosa.
Ls pianos y especificaciones podrAn obtenerse en
.-.roencia cualquier dia hAbit, mediante un de.
die B '. 25.00.

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P a0Per o..0 aauir ,. as Z Z:mie eu tu-
Desde hace mAs de-dos aftos. ..or 4 6 adopt unsa o-
Scuando fue formuledt la De- luI tsd* pe r'' -- "
Drew Pearson dice: El inf 8 6e lIs "antesalas" se claracl6n Univesma l e Dere- una s e no
est6 lienando de polvo, o hddce quo so quiere pro- spla ub entso M r sidodi -Apropu. ia sd 1 .W-
teger a estas "antesalas"; uMlkH do niMo; noticias de giada y comenrta .-; cpues, c..on M _, e1 1
Washinaton" decirse que tot6 el Isade la uMcular, Mla VM el texr'to f_-y ._ b
Wah t conoce, pero, entire quianes vie- aprobado efe claramente le s
WASHINGeTON. Aunqueplabate, lam6 a ...,nen esatuddoa y que I con- daer.rs s o Estadooas l ,, ,
bat, Um6a otro 'Congreslata, sideraSn?; nadle se natarlos dli PactohabJIM
leyexge r que el Congreso pu- d. Nuev a York, Abe Multer, y derant ndp enable, nasdte snan Pctor tharan ee ., '
bli ue un tInorme trimeatral le dijo: r contents con ella. n efecto, la reconodr. No ob ants, tieneta
so re las "an tesalas" en Declara6n no constitute sno n c las dificultaest
"Congressional Record",o dno beedandh& to. s una afirmacei s aole m n ede ,des n on.oa . insuper.. d, ,
nombres propios, salaries y afl- a dedr to are fuerde principles, un acto do e, un creada Is diudad
Ilaciones, eite. a o no .oe ha tote. h Pr Truman y Ba lamamlento a I& gne'osuldad recursas los Eu dtos y que a"
publicado un. solo info. L lra de todos, pomo t coun Ha de- .l i iacl6n unve u .
gin embargo a nform ss o-.t o Mpre rao el me mamiento quo eCae do aer Rio do los derechos u.
bre estas "antsals" durnte t h en derecho posua.. abr on- en cuel ignatarios de .d g t
el rimer trimestre de eateo ay me toes m r c qu.ia la- e per o-"
ha estadotleincose dePvo Presidents de feeEstdosU- ,emar o prertic ca Drechon y obligco .ep ._ . d [ o= -[-- t lU .S ,
en la imprenta del Gobierno, aido" Deberes sin, garantisar su eje- Un SriT aedl del pro. 1 ie ...
todo porque e! Senador Carl .. cuci6n.? N yecto 4l. e cto u iA a los l *u- r r
del ComitODdeImprentasa rD clones Unidas descartaron tal compeotetla demintstr ern run 1
hneadoS otir H Ines&ligdaoeIn at a ci6n Uivesaa le poner, V o"
qud co-star muho a ab usa sti tian a preparar n pacto, que paulatin ISt, saplicacl 6n Tha. Ta eaoulWo -
El lenador odeo aoa bnert pelre quS o n et en el cual los lat dosnaaumntrh de- enseaim d gratuity r .
.u sama; 6 Sea a t- terwmind ogsacionos.e tWL Atro 9T, PSoflos. Un Too 1
sindel n"R cor e" e ni d car- poe uchms dfunaonarlols -eso- oo rl- es c rp
brA contra Ia p 4;zl6n0 n Fue redact&& un primer tex- plAzO1do de &aGO rAa o1 8aL- .-,&.
sto, relativou a lax lortadien s ci- boracin s aY o da o n cntr:n
osl "Re o de Inca e bernorp an relos d1uromore, -trli slcr7s dla ordd ciBoiael o sopslas dTV d- .e Ie res oeIM. o ma I ..d O .
tas contraofcotti oj os t oan vicas y political enunciadas en Plan. L6=1nl3mO uCeOde con los _104_IM I n. d'- ThI"
E,..-.n Donald,0n _.o o' --.. os en au ,i on .=. -o o ----LP---IS -d--o an
pero ls quanfueao neldst me- t blersno part asa- utDeclaraci6n. Pero no e hacia n6micoL. I un teorre o tan
dio de sue. 9m1rs Iare- de Fuersas radas e la menci6n alguna en el mismo comlJO, do reconooerse, al del rn
sistas a cotasdo d pueblo. Cmara doe e eoentantes es- a lo que se Ilaman los derqchoa prec r m ddas prelimi- p*i l da de vrlos al
Natualmnte, AsoaiCin tia pensando gepir o s mplo soclales, econ6mi es y oultura- nares do JoeucJ6n,qu lao s ac-oC tiaea. ii f
Naeonal de -Fabricantes, ia del Infopme del enM mobre lea del hombre -es decir, al cl6n emjg'_emdlds r Ion Eats- 4 .16"& o- .ow k-el. los dne 49
Asoclase Nacional de Daienes las vv ondas mlnitaresc son derecho gl.d t djr da. s donWelrooo quo a 1 le* db n oa 0 de6 1 Cas bKL
Raises, I& Asoclacl6n M, dica Otro fuerte ataque. El infor- de vIda minifo, al derecho sin- ritrno PAV01 ', y qui nsa
National, otras grandes an- me dueIs Camara do Rei- dical, al derecho a la salud, a fuerol h an de star n re- isa fures tracks elga n t na s
pbeesle Isdlea.do s e mbargonlrn
esalas estdo acuerdocon sentantos le echa el culs doe a is. cuturan- acon l Wu ua dom r -na sa ,'
SSenador Hayden de ue no la deplorable condi 6n de Is que, sin embargo, lan ldo curss. .aU Ion
se publiquen los nombres de vilendas en s n tent ya delefinidos o Is claracin Al MUnM et adopt1Ot rtdo por lts ,i
1ns 1UntC1llsta" yn ss and-Joiltat ml a I a m fat Universal adoptadon Coml@*dsr. ol% Hon 99- 01 t CrfO IEiRTA, 9 -do o '

le aeunestaiaalndo s prd 1beo d- Pres!), a aBLOQE8D quOREg sbo o de a
d nes.ntaEsta omisitn, do caOctr pro- rantlsan el control 7 coOdrIun '1 dao uadeF es.,-10Waml
osn e rueo ien an entire los servlos ar- vieonalt estaba aA Tdu ju ti- c6n de 'IS d fm ci aan rum&l
In demcargo, ia le bin aes i a y s amenlas do 0 cada, ya asie o larsPi- en pd r r U idoeeo'f yr r dM6 e l P : too
clara y el Senador Hayden o vendas del Gobiemo... ficada, mneyable1i as co-nlep a ec oneos Unidaus0 a od Iobe .i tVA lAu'
la eotes ilaJndo, mero s peoldad -e a es t l ca bertades cve as sau d enktu cas oCoscs mi a st wAn a ores. a & d h.r s IO *0 1a to .

dokl6yqnema ptsudmejo los ee- .. ermtrsono 'ermclnatrgvqes ldB, i amr ga- 010n n *I'%eo a er Id inW |'t'nl
Sdo a tdecaer. Un avim6n co- culturales no han side formu- da t6-cl- 4 -l6 blornt siOMa nlga...
El Representante Donald 0' munista de retropropusi6n lados en algines, ,pais sino trios y r0 tW i is omIn la--- ----
Toole de Nueva York, quien ha atac6 las tropas do Infante- recientemente, au form njuridi- tiva do Sc Mcal' ht-lel1]nOlA R cIid |u s Deuln y Is p s-
gotado de muchas agradables rias norteamerleanas I se- can esh ab etday aorae- t Par 'o.d l de teor fiorm del PIe t voneia
experiencias cuando nif comear mane pasada, el primer ata- o nte emsl aecdaty u nd e ;- oJ ecu rc drt- f rant a rag bs hoia'Y L'i,
hijo del jq e de bomberos en lque do estate else en to nimoeguasrt, clertals z;chos d proca on der shos o rs an
Brooklyn, tuvo su mejor sue- gueroa coreana. Otto avi6n Yo midetras quop en maert s de- sa i SOIQaY po | dllonA -
fio la semana pasada, de retropropsibsn atc &d aerechos civics el deber do losinuti.911yi n o-- iun 3enpraz y doIsiilrtad. i
El popular Representante de una superfortalesa norteame- Estados consistla calmente c a 111 ua lr L A A:'i
dalersh spa 1aesaleurtdem ln- desa puios-ob co'tld I Lter-
Brooklyn preside6 la Cmara de: -rican en nWonsan. n en u- ivdau Its; lbetadeuin -"de f lA 6 pe I or- 9 d __.-,
Representantes eom "presi- no do los dos casostlos ale ,d'alcsonr de cacut-e lnse- 'a lofslnrl40I ri 'no -'TO Ie de
dent l pntsrino" durante un cor- sufrleron bajas,, peo s m culturalei itla Ias ian dopct6n nnmico, c1tUrai E no
to period del debate saobre e l Iprimeas ves, que di Juere .. 'ibener "-
control de precias. Sin embar- migo se ha aventurido ea- nde medids de dotto nal rale- constitne eo eo ro r a- -

inen el Heseriod de Ovzaciden. Trct nlosoca la da ndelaucae ets- -acWs -
go, O'Trole estaba sofiando con Jar tan al sur y blen pude za;, los atestados han de pro1u- -nTIM A.l*

gdos aeoopuor el rainntmtigno ern, icneeu manten00 lln ledr-ebComs ydD s lA rA P ;B A
glorias muchso dems grandes- i nel preludio de Uin rn ar acho exatnte, e acre tu- Alas Au aa a da coln i ,t-

a con prticar denies n erscondlones prolia s par*sum e-YRar on n.l r..lu pr Pram
jerciclo. Do esta manors, cuaien- vLIonal, cuya importances "ST
en e do e habla del derecoi a la nadie p ede ocultael a t -
sseducacin, Sate carece dedsen- Vll del-,texto btmdoed pow Is. BANDEJAS
iden que se Intensiiquen t1dosi, preaomrbnte, no existen Cd Dere de Ho- CU TA

loas e scon er zob n un escuelan- mDU Tetros. ReRISctobree p ser o isomti . no-
S ln p derecho a la salud, mis ivaleii* bre, p'6i a Is BLOQUES SCORE
as mes o parm n desiqui eera mencdons ren es G ralt as Na BARAJAS ASICA
l F regPCnes And IO h nLn durat O a u-

tla iondda ilizacd6n. ]albfons: 11 sAme"gr h olle l "a eu cI- d p
nre n ptmrgao, lde os oer l VEN
la inflation en la Ame- a hombr r Iorman un toro in"
WASHINGTON Agoto 2 --- dares o exportadoressasodi-lea plerden, con frecuencia, to-- __ i $(@I
(UP. La Conferencia de A- versas tnascontribuirn al do alcance e interpar la A. Tioli 4No.---
gentes Fscales Americanos pi- esfuerzo contra la nfac6n". poblaiones sin trabajo, sin ns front Crr
di6 que s l intensifiquen los es- trucci6n ni recur os con co Corre i 110,
fuerzos para combatir la infla- Afiade que .'en determinnadas Parcilenar ecsta sensible lami- Clarga la ,
ci6ne enl Hemisferlo Occiden- circunstancias, la aplicaci6n de na, las Naciones Unidas -na Tengo qu ins
tal, pero a a vez Estados Uni- impuestos puede ser comple- decir, su Comis6n deDeecho en
dos se opuso al plan Latino- mentada eficazmente par medi-dei, s me- a do DercoClubdo0
americano para gara ntizar el das de ahorros compulsoarios, del ombre-- ab do trmi- Club de Rad
seporaiondesomnci vi nar la redacci6n do las articu- D rmVlrod., y dr- -
poders eadquisitiv de as reser- icsOnceptos gravmneSa ms'altos los econ6micOS, oclales y cul- .A
vas monetarias. de n ePA d Seguro Social, turahes quohabrndenin-
La conferencia de once dias ]a inversion obligatoria Por los moto.
en ha que estuvieron represen- exportpdores en titulos del o- tendncias Oa s
tados 15 paiss latinoamerica-boa
nos. Estados Unidos y el Fan- ber". hablan manifestadd e.t el aeno
do Monetario Internacional, tor de la Comisi6n. La Delegaci6n
min con la aprobaci6n unni- INDUSTRIAS sovitica preconza texto
me del informed de 34 paginas quei mponia a Io 1 tetIs
sobre hlos redios para salva- TAGAROPULOS, S.A. obligal6n de garantb DIr n tme
las monedas nacionales y deu Cadgoce de determinadosderon ", ,' '.
las reservas monetarias duran-o b le l principalmente los del trojolode
te el period de movlizaci6n. Tel6fonos: el seguro social y la oducaclo. n..de
Por el contrario,llos fdtadt r ol ue
Entr s edid fiscales u- Unidos sustentaban que &.'
geridas per el inforne figuran 10-1003 luci6n econ6mica y socia
el plan impositivo de emergen- tmcdiertos passes poco favors o p
exranportacin MANTEUILLA FRESCA actualidad, semejantes o
general par la cual los Ext a U'odoP. taiM
me que 'segfin el grado en que Todo Inspecclonado so comprometerian a propicl
algunos de esos gravimenes a Por el. .-
las exportaciones o importacio- Departamento deI y4
nes est~n encaminados a ab- Sanidad .-
sorber las ganancias Inespera- REPARTO'A DOMICILIO.
das que obtengan los Import&-

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Ieiqo Alexander Smith, de N
va.. Jersey,. es que ."el ene
XUMnhower se da perfee
*Ueftta del wran papel que
Doderio aereo desempefta en
planes do defense de Buro
ftalanp claramente que
nfeetnua "trora norteeme
eank adiclonale rt
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cuanto .a quoe at 1te. w
tara a Hisenhower Ia distril
cifn relative del pMresup
mUlitar, e 'declararia a

xanque eto exiglera rhducl
fueraj torrestrs y navalOns.
eg" lo" senadoree e Cu
ti6n, Eisenhowe, exth eauro
queo os europeop sum lutrai
todasa las tropas que ae i
sitan. an ata podra Inclul
pronto las de Alemacla 0o
*a -tbrero pasado, ates
pubantr oficialmente su car;go
comzadante de las fueXWai
la allanza atlintica, Elsnli
wetr dio al Congreso qua
principal contribuci6n fde
Estados Unldos debta scr
rea,' uponilndose que los p
seo europeos se encatgarian.
stmlnistrar las fuerfes terr
tr, MBe indudable quu j4
leguiera oircunstanc;al- 1
reper de Elsenhower te and
man influencia sobre 1 o
giWlstas, y mAg en set,
y.que el Congreds 1$6 8 M
trklo 0 n todo easo d p
a-favorecer a l aviacIdn i
bt el ejdrclto y la artnada
n. a prontb, se uevaria a c0
mLayor rapide aun, eie ca
bil de erogaclone, no slen

Ia ftierza area
Aunque 'las audlenas relay -
tilvas al presupsto han ,ter- a
mado, s ppco probable que F cine
saU totaci6Ai asyws a esbo an-
mt tea di setlelbre a intue
S0=1 = id%= .a-s GSuatemala
ido madoi reanutarfi no lucha p ^&----uE, il c *
ola s o. t.at ei del m a -. C ofre i O 1 S. S.
r tamente, el Congreso -aetual no
S"equltbrdo"'etre d oso dr,- .Eo dDe3 i rttnto de Divulgh-
eir, que divida lea fondos on clo* Iacones Publlcas otr/
IN pajrte mAs o menos iguales pa- ci6 el martesa en la Ca a de Be-
Is ra asda serviclo, tal como se puro oc0lai una funcioh tpine-
bli- ha venido haeindo. (Por ejem- mantogrktica a lo. empleados de
us* lo, el ultim' ptesupuesto ao. dioha Insattu.l6n. Este acto fue
ral alaba 230 0alllnea de d6lates poo~ble gracias a la acertada
tsa ara la fuerza area, 222 .tin colaboraceln de la Mesa Re-
el lonIes para eJreteo y 231 pa donda Panamericana, cuya see-1
lo ra la armada). cln de Guatemala esta a car-
pM, Hanson W. Baldwin, el exper- o de la.poetlaa Esther Maria
no to military del Kdw York Tines, usea de 'Aranda Klee.
Wl* ha indicado que "el president Los istentes al act.o pudi
e Truman esti reuelto a man- Lro a lar dos peticula en
en 1eneTi-d scif on am en fal nrda,
v e$ decir, exclualvamente entre la qu e ofrecia un panorama
t'- lS altos, efek mltares. Pero compaeto de las actividade4 so-
Rfto e ciales cony micas de Gua-
vor qunla i, eutip a he tra "dmos teamala, s uentes de produc-
o ddo que la u in ha etraf ap- 4i6n; su Industria, au edutgkoln'
Ar ddo.ya p esla na d ait- Ye&s n unar S edsualaOs ase-.
at* tol lttpre bida e S6re.greo n I dstud m as,-
Sque debate- tan vlolonto, etose Imstitut de Pome -
-jl tbde'Uoorricalhac oe rIn, cnstitu-
mbs e qu ocrr6 hc uatemalteco dei eguridad
1 : laio$. omntom martin. Social, lop hospitals del Segu-,
En- Bettas t os.imarina ro SocTia I" ,guatemalteco, las
de ntve osa,, debido, A is-m te

el- ena cal a ra dsel ua r des. Podag y en -lae s iq
is preferlde e 8so n ueavdas reds las de -e-
SPeen cos as de la infancila, egn
de losn -timoa postulados de la Pc-
de Los W NTONbl a no S dagogia modern. Pudleron a-
de e *do preclarse tambtr n en eseta cinja
ho- M a In cinematogrifica las conqulst.im
a. tin a Un i logradu por aCelai o Cdgde a-
d 16 r d bajo enjbenficlo del campesirL
n: d em ocrata del su r poeiafol a et da
a6-- d rur no yostl obrero guatemaltloe s.
la-l" W ralian delsat- ruan el&legs pelicula exhibidas
ode po corterie de la Pan Ameri-
a- can Airvaya con la amiable co.
a WASHINGTON, agosto 2 (UP) laboraci6& del sefior Carlos Car-
111- l Sehador R epqblicano Keti chers ofrecl6 a ls espectadores
r 1 Mundt dijo que apOyaria a un panorama turistico de Gua-
n- un Dem6crata del our coma temla e n colored con todas sus
so, P4ndidato presidncial a fin de costumbres, su folklore y sus
oA-. inhear unia aiaza anti-Truman bellezas naturales.
sto, entire los Demmratas del Bur y ..
so- 'el Partido Republicano.
n usia entrevista con la re- 4
nl- vista "United. Stas "News and R AW CAS
bo., .World Report" sugirl6 que los' F A
m- Ppoubllcanoo socogleran a an aIUwlt 7 fItqu fla.
doI candidato presidential entree, losn *a xda. m'c
V's SWfadorm- .Republlcavos Robert *R Iui w rn
AP Taft, eL.Goeneral-Dwight Ei-
mnelaower ylos Senadores Dem6- U.U
5- octas del ir, palv ni Byrd y
bchardI B. RusaG.o'mm GUN& Inehsm

-que sea

i para

rTha IL ,'- prOnera i faclmente digesti-
R4aotor cientiSlco 4 1.C I.A ft ro no aIl Ia aegunda. El
---- ma de utilizar el aserrin
WASHINGTQN, agoto L -.r ooW allmento consist. pues,
(Il. ObCener leche y ca ih. aeparar ambos compuestos
no mediante el aserrin y l Du Mate la guerra los europeo
electricidad ea una poslbldad % om eron esto, aunque de I
cientifica. En otras palabr to O mperfecto, tratando el
parece qu aes possible -.-..u es.in con Acido gulfurlco. con
no 'se sabe satl oractico, 'ubti- lo e ual pudieron utUizarlo comao
tuir con aserrin los ahment|a alMtent para el ganado.
par. l ga .-., t 4On clentifi6os al serviclo de
1' aserrin represents un grpn la General Electric Company
dertoche industrial, ya que ac- ban encontrado que pueden ob-
ttalmente s6lo se utla on teneras el mlamo resultado, mas
mvi pequefia eacala. Con ltt barato y eficlentemente, irra-
en 0dos principles compwtrn diando el aaserrin con electrones
qui*icos: celulosa y lignhna. La de alto voltage. Los experimen-

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Nuevo Mercancoia en Venta!

VESTIDOS desde... 2.95
PETICOTES .... ...... 2.40
CAMISONES . .. .*.' ...... 2.40
PANTIES NYLON ...... .85 y 1.20
SABANAS de PURO HILO .... 9.75
FUNDS de PU1IO HILO .. .. 1.75
CARTERAS para Sefioras 50 a 1.00

2U/0% descuento en otras mercanciast
Ventas al contado
No se admiten cambios nf devoluciones

Avenida Central No. 100

tos han gido realizadoe con la del estonmago de una vaca. Se nimal.
cooperacl6n de los bacterlalogos ha comprobado que el aserrin li aserrin es aprovech6a4E
del Coleglio del EAtado de Wash- Irradiado es tan digestible como aunque en form reducida, *
ington. el heno. Por supuesto, para es- alg Iraa industrial; al logrmar
Las prueba me ban hecho on Los experlmentos se han dupli- hpeorse de e1 un allmeipaImr
tubos de ensayo que contlenen cado en 1o possible las condl- ganado se daria una 61 un ai
cultivos de bacteria obtenidas' clones exiatentes dentro del a- gran inmportnela uiltvel.




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Si as clerto quo nuestro clima tropical oxige una dicta pobre on grasas
de origin animal; y quo para mantener nuestro cuerpo en mejor estado
de salud so debe cocinar con grasa* vegetales?


Ya puede Ud. cambiar para el VI GRAN CONCURSO LAVASOL las envolturas de los fa-
LLA VAQUITA y las tapitas del ACEITE URRACA. En Panama: Oficina del Gran
Concurso Lavasol, Calle 16 Este, No. 2, en Col6n: TAGAROPULOS. S. A., CHEN y CIA.
y en el Interior en los lugares conocidos.

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Por motives de guerra no habr6 escasez de tubera sanitoria
indispensable para la construcci6n de viviendas higienicas.

Ahora se fabric localmente TUBERIA SANITARIA DE
HIERRO FUNDIDO de primer calidad que p a s a n las
rigidas pruebas de los Inspectores de la Zona del Canal y

Economic dinero y a la vez ayude a la Industria Nacional
que necesita que el piublico consumidor use sus products.
De esa manera contribuir6 en forma efectiva y patri6tica a
robustecer la economic del pois. -,






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1-Heroe legendario espafiol.
4-Cabo maritime.
12-Ave dom6stica.
17-Cerebro del hombre.
19--Animal roedor.
22-Esclava egipcia de Abraham
24-Relativo a los sobrinos.
28-Clase de tela, P1.
30-Rio de Francia.
31-Cabeza de ganado
33-Flor herAldica.
35-Cloruro de sodio.
37-Letra griega.
44-Acicate, incitamiento.
47-Tela para vendas.
51-Instrumento de percusi6n.
17-Repetido, provincial de
61-Articulo, P1.
62-Tonto, argentinismo.

El Cardenal Piazza

. del Vatcano valaa

en Jira p EE". UU.
(USISI El Cardenal Aleo-
dato Piazza. Secretario de la
COngregacion Consistorlal del
Vltilcno, participo en una so-
lemne misa celebrada el do-
iningo en la Catedral de San
Patricio en esta ciudad.
us El prelado, quien realize una
S ira por la America del Norte
en celebraci6n del 700o. ani-
versario de la fundaci6n de la
Orden de los Carmelitas, con-
cedi6 300 dias de indulgencia
a todos los presents en la
Il Iglesia.
El Cardenal Francis Spell-
Iman. Arzobispo de Lueva York,
S presidio la misa. Despues de
ella, los dos cardenales recibie-
ron a los jovenes integrantes
de un equipo de baseball de la
Zona del Canal de Panama, el
cual participari en el torneo
'. de Williamsport, Pensilvania.

2-Terminacl6n de diminutive.
3-Almlirante frances, suicide.
4-Hijo de Jacob.
5-Taberna, posada.
6-Patria de Abraham.
7-Igualdad de nivel.
8-Plantas herbiceas.
9-Pasmar de trio.
11-Extremidad de las aves.
16-Regio del Norte de Italla.
18-Tercer hijo de Adan y Eva.
20-ANueva, forma combinada.
23--Nombre de varon.
25-Partido Internaclonal
Socialista, Inic.
26--Hilja de Saturno y de
29--Relativo a los movlmlentos
34-Sociedad Estudlantil
Universitaria, Inic.
36-Que no han recibido
6rdenes sacerdotales.
39-Cerros en medlo de llanos.
41-Dios de los mahometanos.
46-Arboles muy frondosos.
51-Un miller.'
52-Igual al 11 vertical.
53-En el mar, Inv.
55--Igual al 31 Horizontal.
56--Persona encargada de criar
un nifio.

Red Panamercana

tiene los mejores

pro ramas

Hasta las 3 p.m. del dia 4 de Agosto se recibirin
en la Inspecci6n Provincial de Educaci6n de Panama,
propuestas para el suministro de 3.000 (tres mil)
gruesas de tiza "STERLING" o similar para tableros,
para useo de las Escuelas del Distrito de PanamA. La
entrega debe ser inmediata.
Panama, 2 de Agosto de 1951.
Inspector Prov. de Educaci6n.

Ia RIFA de un VIAJE A EUROPA que verifica el Comite
National Pro-Bibliotecas y que habia sido fijada para el
5 de Agosto, ha sido pospuesta pars el Domingo 7 de Octu-
bre de 1951 lo que se avisa a los tenedores de los boletos
para los fines consiguientes.
Ia benevolencia de los favorecedores de las bibliotecas de
It Repufblica y les suplica excusas per la media que se ha
visto en Ia necesidad imperlosa de tomar.
Panama, 31 de Julio de 1951.

no 1le gustarnn melor oso

excelentes filetes BIRDS EYE?
---.M& I

Sociedad Santena luchar pior

la construcci6n del maimicomio
-----------* L,/ ; *: _____

Intervendra para que no se

haga politiqueria alrededor

de esta obta de gran interns

La Federacl6n de Socledades
Santeflas nos ha traido para
su publicacl6n el siguiente co-
municado expedido en relacl6n
con la construcci6n del hospi-
tal psiquiAtrico de Los Santos:
Comunicado. de oPreusa
La Federacl6n de Bociedades
Santefias, ajustada a su idea-
rio de progress y blenestar pa-
ra el pueblo santefeo y en ger
neral del hombre interiorano,
eatima de sobrada importan-
cia la iniclaci6n de los traba-
Jos para la reconstrucci6n de
los edificios que, en la Villa
de Los Santos, alojara y debe
alojar las dependenclas del Hos-
pital Psiquiatrico que actual-
mente funciona en la ciudad
Es un hecho muy habitual
y notorio que las obras publi-
cas y sobre todo en las pocas
pre-eleccionarlas, por una par-
te, so aprovechan para acomo-
dos politicos que nada benefi-
clan el desarrollo y acabado
total de las obras, gastinddbe
sumas enormes en planillas fan*-
tasmas; y, por otra parte, pa-
sado el process electoral e iniau-
gurado el nuevo gobierno con
su ya consabido camblo de po-
siciones, salen a relucir corn-
promisos de campanarios que
motivan el cese o estancamilen-
to de las obras y haste cam-
bios radicales que llevan deSde

el pr6stamo de una tabla o
teja del techo hasta el trasla-
do de los propios cimientos, tra-
yendo como es natural, el des-
quiciamlento de plans eon bue-
zna hora concebidoS.
AMteriormente hah saido ex-
plicados los mbtivos .y argu-
mentos clentificos a favor del
trahlado en. material y los ibe-
neflcios econ6micoo que ,repor-
taria, tanto para la misma ins-
titucl6n como para los produc-
tores agricolas y el comercieo en
general de esa regl6n que as
verian de esta manera estimu-
No estA en .el '.4aip de la
Federacl6n de Socledades San-
telnas el hacer critlato apaslo-
nadas, con cariz pottico por-
que no los tiene. Pero si se
quiere aprovechar el hecho de
que se haya cmtenisdo .la re-
construccl6n de los nidficios cl-
tados con miras al bVjo plan
del traslado total del Retire de
latias Hernandez; pars lan-
zar una vzs de alerts a todo
santeflo, a todo interlorano, de
manera que los Intereses perso-
nales y de los males politicos
no salgan a relucir oesta vez y
se lieve a felis tirmino esta
obra reiniclada, con muy buen
tino, por el actual gobleano.
Panama, julio 29 do. 1951.
Fed. de Socledades Santeijas

ENORME CALABAZA.-Si, asi de este tamafo creeen en Tejas.
Ya que la pobre Carolina no puede con eat enorme calabaza.
busca ayuda con la vista. La enorme calabaza fue exhibida en
la Ferla Agricola de Floresville, Tejas .

El AAviso Oportuno"

EI Barato v Efectie

Nii0 sano
Nino content
... gracias a Johnson, el
taco especial para el nifo.
Puro, suave, refreocante,
previete irritacioane y sal-
puliido.Uselo praSU sem
I Uselo usted tambiAll


Le mWOerPpurei eM*... to me**r p-re aPOed

El Concurse de Preolos que ae iba a Ilevar a oboe
*I 15 de Agosto del afio on curso por SULFATO DE
ta purificaddra do DAVID, ha sido pospuesto para *I
dia 16 de AgoQto de 1951 a las 10 a.m. en punto.
Jefe de Materiales y Compras.
Panami, 30 Julio de 1951.

Nomb1 direcdlva

para o* i s a

fiestas E 1Roble
1 RODV 10 agoto lo. (Espe-
cial I reani6n efectuada
en el peado mfi'de- unlo se
nombr6 la directiva, quedando
integrada asi: -
Preu~di-t*te, -org4eC e0: vl-
ce-predidene,' Manuel A. Rodri-
guez; secr etria, 8ilvia I. Cam-
pos y tooWtera, Eusebia Diaz R.

TraulmN manmt

una. suOmsk n

a Dixie. Walkr
WASHNQTON., Agoto 2o. (U.
P.)-eorage M. Trautman, Pre-
4idente de I Aeoclaci6n de las
Ligas Menores caiceI6 la sus-
pensl6n que par 90 dis impu-
so el Preailente de la Asocla-
cl6n Meridonal Charles Hurth
al ex-jardlero estrella de los
DoAgers, Dixie Walker, como pi-
loto de la novena de Atlanta
por la violent discusl6n que
sostuvo con el Arbitro Paul Roy
durante un Juego celebrado el
29 de Junio.

Prometen arreglar

la carretera de

Macaracas ahora

MACARACA8, Agosto 2 (Por
el Corresponsal) El dia 23 de
los corrtenti, en las horas de
la mafiana, eatuvieron en e.ta
poblaci6n los seftores Antonio
Henriquez, Jost Olivares y To.-
mis Guerra, altos empleados de
la Junta de Caminoas, con el fin
.e ver. do de la c4rrete-
ra. i fi or W-priques deapzes
de obervarla, le-prometid al .r.
Alcalde del Diatsrito que seiia
arriVda cuanto antes poaible,
yaqu. 6A1 estaba en muy mdlas
B4 efecto, don Antonio Htn-
riquet cumplid la promesa que
hiso en presencia de easte ca-
rrSpojnsal y ya atin arreglan-
do Ia carretera, la cual espera-
mos quedari bien, ya que sa-
bemOs que los trabajos lo e&ain
llevando a cabo con muy buena
fe. Para don Antonio Henriques,
lo miasmo q'para los sefiores Jo-
&sOlivares y Tomis 6 u e r r a
nuestro agradecimiento.

Si used tuviera
quo trabajar On Rusa1
Deserters oviiticos lveeton So
Cortina do Hierro dlade lo[ stedeit
Unidos. Condicianes do trobo|o *n
Ruslo, incroibles oil(. Solaris
nominal*s, de6uontos mihiple.,. I-
rers ujiei6n politico do le t$rob-
jedores. Nivle do video come on etI
tempo de los loaro y video bieo
hinstoot tlmor. C6m. I muisr ee
ve obligoda e trahbjar porque e|
hombre no gone Io noceserio po rer J
famHie. Testimenio concluytnte d*e J
shutegn ettul, on SELECCIONIS
do oageto, quo ye soli6 y tree mas
de 27 erticulos do gran vorieded y
st** rosumen complete deo i obre
"'Espie do I bomb* ti6mko'i, per
S -*fe do e. Oficne Federal do
InvetigSci6n do Woshington, quo
revels i6mo Ruise tuve Informeciin
enmerican sobre ls bomb *t6imice.
| - *l i ftoe.. ee.... otoo el e.oH Ii t i it*te. M tiniito oe t i tet |

So In prin los
traba idola

emoea de Nati

)lATAi Agoato 2 (Corresponsal)
MGra entUsluamo y coopera-
ci6n reana en eata poblacA6n
con motive de la inicacion de-
los taj 4e edificioe para la
Zowcuela ximaia de este pue-
bloN, tA, de la Provincia de
Col6, que no contaba con un
edificldo moderno para escuela.

So coOstruira Ia


C6i 1& Cooperacl6n fel Minli-
terlo de Ob ra s Pebblicas, del
pueblo de Pbtrerfillos y de la
Junta Muncipal de Dolega se
construIrt dtro de poco un
moderno edifielo par a que e dl
funleone sla acuela de dicho lu-
garo mismo que la Biblioteca
KP1bca. Los pianos de dicha 0-
bra serin confeccionados por el
Ingenlero Eladio Pdrez Venero,
com'-su contribuci6n profeaio-
nal, el Municipio de Dolega per
interniedio de las Junta de Edu-
cacl6n puso a disposlci6n dc la
Junta Civics de Potrerillos la
suma de 3- 500.00; aslmismo los
Vecinos del lujgar ban ofrecido
hasta el moment 43 Jornales
eoperaodo que estos se aumen-
ten segtn declaracl6n del seflor
Luis Harvey, Presidente del %;o-
mtt6 Prar Biblioteca de Potrcrl-
'los, quien manlfest6 adeiuis
que el Comitd Pro Biblioteca que
dl preside desplegarh todas aiis
enhergias dentro de la Junta Ci-
vica de 4ue forms parte para
que sla Biblioteca Publica del lh-
pIar sea una hermosa realidad
cientro de poco.

Terudnarin puenle

que se comenz6

hace quince anos
EL ROBLE, Agosto 2 (M4pe-
Cdl). Coh 1 i6 ooperscik de
los maestros, el pueblo Gt E 3 1o-
ble, esti trabsJando para :er-
minar un puente cue haee a9s
de 15 aflos se comenzo a cons-
truir. /
Ya qu e este puente es de gran
beneficio para esta comunldad y
tambidn pars el caserio de La
Loma, pedlmos la cooperacl6n
del goblerno, de todos los roble-
fios y amigos de El Roble.

Se escape de la

carcel un liMer

venezolano ayer

CARACAS, Agosto 2 (UP) -
El Dr. Alberto Carnevall, pro-
minente dirigente del artdo
Accion Demnocratic, go ca-
p6 hoy despuds de haber eats-
do varies meses en la cAreel
acusado de actividades subver-
Carnevall escape do una cli-
nica adonde se le habia ileva-
do para ser tratado por varlas
heridas reclbidas durante una
calda en la CArcel Modelo de
El anuncio official decia que
cuatro hombres armados ves-
tides 4de mddicos ehtraron on
la clinic al amanecer, man-
tuvieron a rays al personal de
la clinical con sus pastolas y
cubrieron la fuga de Carnevall




A fin de escoger el personal necesarlo para I Secreta-
Aix de la Segunda Sesd6n rxtraordinaria del Coanso Inter-
amerieano Beon6mico y Soieal se recibiran en a Diresel6a
de Kbtadsstea y Censo de li Coutraloria General solletudes
do emple pars los sigulentes cargo:

1 Meean6grsma Jofe

1 Ni e11
STreaducofas (*Ab 9ol)
1 Mmeorafstat Jefe

STradueter at&l Rae
I 9le1 do Trasprte

Lee aintreades deberA presetarse peronealemteo m.
s I7 AJL y. 1:3MPM. y goe 4oemde pla huptsa t 40
CMit pmarsa t smmtatlM Ie I sleItMd

Panma, Si d e Juie de tdo .

en los Est -os I f-

LoMs 00M g y i m kl' .m -IM

m ent g e Agelota 3 ros No. Ia
das emI e. lme I sen noou5 el H a
men ,= jAiltu ade ma--
mU~d L eme emU dii )i n

ro deb cm,_ en m Calorta,
a o= 0-l9 del dairoeste
Xo40a2 u Wce -Cidote .nt_
ha eaussado algmuaspldai
La reooleiues do la oeecha
oomlema edta eemana on Texas
y Louisana.
La peeibildadeos dies ianco-
seeha recordd eontin"t,. Las
trasaoeonei de a rros ean s-
oara eetuIerMpn parallsadas de-
ddo a que 1" prouetotes, ya
Nbi asali. doa n. resnas.
Vnoe euan tos ltes fueron colo-
cades en el mercado con coti-
saelones- nominales de 4.US per
qfta, en bulto y entregadoe
e0 1a de1 itltos on el campo.
Las tanasacelones de arros
debcasearado estuvieron cas t
paralIada en los prinelpales
center. de moheonda, ppue hn-
bo may MMM demands tanto
domoeea come etnjr.
La maed< de los aealineses-
ti ou eo tatost Ante-
rigtes. Un anm mero aemoll-
me. ya ban cwuspldo con sue
contrates doe i prelente tempo-
rad% y ban corrado pars efee-
taMr r0pra0liones en ss masa-
qulnarlas. Las cotlsaclones se
uantuvieron east *in camblo

Bran Irelak esm

plananndo nvo

LCMDRJS, A ostqE (J-
El Gabinete SrtAnicoae oren-
ni6 parn arreglar los. detalles
del envto de, m aa o.Ta-
cial TeaberAn para reanudar
las negoelaclones con Iran so-
bre la disputa petrolera Anglo-
Irantu ,
rirma qie- el enviado es-
pecial del Presidente Tritman,
W. Averell Harriman, quien se
cone ag r e r ,-1 u
ap)rsbai( ebA princi s A BteeA
vio de ana mB16n r Ehen,
la cual sero encabezada per
un Ministro de Estado para
preparar un nuevo plan que so-j
luclope la dispute de un btllan
de, d6lares.
Se esperA que los BritAnlcos
lieguen a un acuerdo despu6s
deo que algunos puntosa 4 mAe-
nor ilmporta4cia en a prapes-
ta de Iran sean aclarados.

Se recomlenda que

la educaclon sea

hecha obla

2 (USIS) -:- Una recdmenda-
c16n uninime en el aentldo de
que los Goblernoa hagan mi
extensa la educacl6n obligato-
ria figure entire los puntoas a-
probados por la 14a. Conforen-
cla Internacional sobre Educa-
ci6n Pfblica.
Esta conferencia, celebrada
en Ginebra, se liev6 a cabo con
la participaci6n *de represen-
tantes de 40 gpbiernos. Fu6 aUa-
piciada por' '1nesco y peor
la Oficina Internacional de
La reuni6n de Ginebra ha
sido el primer paso en una
campa*a Ini cada por la Unesco
para hacer de sa educaci6n
obligatoria una realidad en todb
el mundo. Otros planes de la
Unesco comprenden una confe-
rencs regional de diez dias en
el Sureste de Asia a fines do
afio y otra en el Medio Oriente
en 1953.


tiene los

meiores oeoramas


Devuelv a ls oabelloes u
primitive coler, hayan ido
dtos ruble, castaflee
o neogroo.
1N un wrtireo omaiad.
Ia un producto do alidad.
iRXMtab6 uH VAImi

zenith a. 11..152fy.4 FOP

Los Importsdeo ,abasie
compraron durante la seam
sacabs Gde o Mr na
f0,00 ailNtales de *roa
teamereano. Las vent#a
yepon. CalUtorna Pea w
Sq ten de quiebre a

tretnta per eldent de quil
bre a 11 d6atres, Resoro e0m'
per elento de. quiebre a $S.".
con 19 nor clento de adalbr

ron a l37Auuo quMin p e srW
norteaumertcone M- nt
lea de Italia. *El n
afros norteamelaeS 4 y' ]i
quitatles de Itall. ldmWeade
.de arn en La BHalns..eaoU-
nia finne con envios normnid
a log. mineristam.

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i alle "M" NO. 14
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mOens: s** a *e all A, a uease

Udm A. de ArpMena ofMclr r,. docto killo Ortiz de Ze-
certshboy n bSIutmo On l allos y sft Donft Mary Th.
Club Umnin pars a'aui a ~ 4e Orti, td Zevallox, el saefor
damas quo forman. lasreiava Ljy W.,.Watson Jr. y senora
de I Cr Ja CuRo ft d-o 4 a R pener de Watson.
Ool6n, Q d e --
CMA a Uan a etlOan I R I matrimonial
Ti A t I. I ls rstdencla del efor hu-
---- a- .* Oarles y sefora Sblts
Iet Orl(Mado 4e Caries, durantc u-
8. L. el mbajador del Part Mna tum6n de carActer fami-
y D8eano del Cue0ao DIoplntl lar anuacid anoche el coin-
cO, doctor uO P" do Ze- pr=,nlo de matrimonlo do u
vifta y *u diUda OR hija, efiorta Sixta Caries, ccn
AO Mary T. d, Ort d e abaUllero Efrain Mlr6 Ouar-
vaUa, ofreoert hiy u buffet dia. .h o del doctor Gregoilo
etu w e~dgnca ra d d "r6 y lMAora Esperanza Guar-
Sa l0a U KF. 4A dt 1* Mr6.- Fellcitafto cur-
de % = d dt~iaeln9tO a tan simpAtica pa-
ow la IftoIsz pa.- sPL-
Is D'Anofrto, quites u pud ---do
habor pando u8 mporad CdrtDfl
entire nowtros, re dnau a LUa, Para asasajar a la sefitrs
Pert; lugar de e c l A. de Velarde y a la scho-
-A-. pta Mariela D'Onofrio, diAiln-
Agasae a ruanas quo nos
v asM r Leroy W., Wt-
Par" despedir. 8 r i on Jr. y sehora Elsa EspeMer
J,. Dempsey, y 1 A A IV dC W 0 ofrcleron c ub
bJadar de m u .realdenia I los
Embajada doe N o t Uadol Ur.l- Aito del Golf. A este agasajo
dos, quienesa lueon pr*aI- fu6: hivltado un pequeflo grapo
ersonte a l s ji el de NU amistades
Personal due la In a10 *

ceo atq noche un l"pitio a-
gaikjo en el Club 4la Armada
y la Marina en FUerte Ama,.or.

4n honor del d4oOW-r Ba 0.
Jete de los Cirujanas del
I Gorgs, la diaIns uda
ofiora dofa Lulls Axpiaa de
Velarde ofrect6 el martes e' la
noce na coramid en el a.6fh
Bells Vista del H-tel E1 Paua-
iA. Aslatloron tamblin a atet
agmafaj, E' el Embajador d0l

0ilorl6zcas .m" elI







SGran surido de
Qrq eria C


Todo el n slo de venta en uenog c ompletog
y en p1ed mepolt.apo
'. =Pa te iblclBdo mu JuOg poco a poceo
y^ */

fr m beizo

9~ ;.A'S' IIVOU ~h6 II
~ JA.~ 11
I, r .4
- i..

(on overall 6 drbsta

* astlO de oepte/ ntre
ApApfs 6 6

D versions par tod a Is
7:30 p.m.
Cortests del ComitM Pro-Amilo
de Nuestra Sefra del Club
Interamerlcano de Mjoeres.
* Da r A *iar France
- llote ama Marri aon
* Club Intersnmrleain de
Mhlveroes A la uta del
CI Untin.

Abandon el Hospital
Anotamos complacidos la mie-
joria del sefion Carlos de Janoi,
Jr., quien abandon ayer la C'li-
nica San Fernando.
En las primers horas de la
manfana de ayer dej6 de exiLtir
el meritorlo caballero don Jose
de l R. Brid. Su sepello fue 11-
na viva manifestacl6n del czri-
fio y afecto de sus familiar. y
amistades. Enviamos nuestra
expresi6n de condolencia a su
inconsolable sonforta dna Elida
G. de Brid, a sun hijos Jose de
la R. Brid Jr.. y seflora Hifalia

.44 ~

W '- ,, .
'- i. Wa"


PERO QUE RISA.-La ri a en la ca'de I s soldados nos demuestra que el soldado que los apunta
con el rifle no lo haee en sAri. Se t(ata deo unamaniobra para controlar des6rdenes, anticipAn-
dme a la elebrsjj couannista de Berlin Oriental el 5 do stoste.

de Brid, senior Ricardo Alvara-
do y sefiora Herllnda B. de
Alvarado, seftorita llh Brld, a-0
P: como a sus hermanos, doctor
0os6 D. Moscote y sefleta Aua
Maria Brid de Moscote,
Aniversarlo de MatWnWIBft
Felicitamos cordlalmente l
Wiflor Raul Ibafiez y *ora a Al-
ta Grimaldo de Ibbfiez, quienes
en el dia de ayer curplieron a-
fos de casados.
Cumpleaios de hoy
Bra. Raquel Arango de de liF
Bra. Rosita A. de Porras
Bra.; Angela Fibrega de Guar-
ia -
Sra. Laura Arango de de Alba
Bra. Graciela Grajales do do
la Guardia
Bra. Elena Vergara
senior Joseph Nachio
.Srta. Thelma Leignadier Ardia
joven Enrique de la Guardia

qu tan nervlosa me
ponjanunpos dio$ antes

-Puede decire qu e odoi los
mess padecia de retbrcljones,
dolores de espalda o de cabeza.
debido a los trastornos femeninos
mensuales. Y lo que mAs me mo-
lestaba era sla nerviosldad quo
sentia unos dias antes.
El boticario me recomendd
el Compuesto Vegetal de Lydia E.
Pinkham. Me dijo que lo tomara
con regularldad todo el mes pars
rear resistencla al malestarfeme-
nino peri6dkeo. Lo tomo en un va-
sito de jugo de fruta. El Compues-
to de Pinkham es magniftco y me
proporciona allvio no s6lo a los
dolores mensuales sino a la ner-
viosldad y sla deprest6n de los dla
antes. Nunca dejar6 de recomen-
dar a las que sufran de estos tras-
tornos femenino. que tomen el



ANORA-44fr 1dAW Can-en
matdeelAs d bim mde, qut combltan
armo-losma ct el*I esmoaeo
Cuts pem eNuAi. Usn IppIs labial
GeM, lmeo, p-l

hay nmate para unias a nnlag6
prdcio que dure m6s qu CUTIX
5!o Cute, contiene "enamelon",
nuevo y maravlloso ingredient*
ien couem In belleom en las ufis
per di ydi-e i .ni sriearse,
-q-mpendere o adeoloranr.


C lo b c iie aB pepmw 4Tnim>d.
I I - i ...-. i I I-II -
.*. :! ". .. *.

& ra en la difieil carrera de a-
M Nueva erente tender a los pasajeros en el
aflo 1942 cuando entr6 a for-
S t mar part del personal de la
a Bdloa Express Pan.American Airways en el
serviclo de pasajeros de dicha
empresa. En el afio 1944 vio co-
i ronados sus esfuerzos al ser
nombrada Goerente de la Com-
pafiia de Aviaci6n TACA, cuyo
puesto abandon para lirse a
residir a Los Angeles, Califor-
A su regreso de Los Angeles,
la sefmlra de Herrera volvi6 a
ingresar en la Pan 'American
Airways como secretaria del Je-
Ile de Estaci6n de dicha em-
press, partiendo nuevamente
para Los Angeles, en donde tu-
vo la representaci6n de la Bal-
boa Express, demostrando ha-
bilidad en el trato con los pa-
aajeros y una gran experiencia
en el ramo de reservaciones y

Nuevamente se encuentra en-
r'J 'm I "T I tre nosotros' la sefiora de He-
rrera y esta vez, en recono-
?. | ;clmlento a sus miritos, ocupa-
S r el alto para el cu'al
La sefiora Judith de Herrora ha sido designada, para bene-
ha sido nombrada gerente de ficio de todos los pasajeros que
la agenda de viajes Balboa Ex- utilizan los servicios de la Bal-
press en esta ciudad y graclas boa Express.
a su larga experiencia en el
servcico de pasajeros, no duda-
mos que desarrollarA una gran
labor al frente de esa empresa.
Se Inicio la seftora de Herre-. A.
Jofn facundo Dimas Garcia "
n lfJlda del Carmen Larl IO 1I
n.~ rdo Galindo Qucl- U
Sue ue
8r Uta Aguirre

Cumleafios de malann
Sta. Ana Teresa Vasquez de
senior Eloy Alfaro
Srta. Lastenia Cardoze Ira-

LOCI 01 0 N
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con el fin de



Avmnida Central 91

a .



en sabor!

por todos!






Ave. Tivoli No. 6

DAGMAR ha ocupado la CASA GRANT..
expandir sue negocios y facilitar sus exhibi-

liquidada dentro del termino de



GRANT debe ser
dos semanas.









24-Pzas. Bi. 8.s9



SUCURSAL en la Avenida TivoU





AveoCd Thel We. W **v

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Ya... sm 5



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Fita mfantul
CO -motivo del cumplea4os
deo I. hijo Carlos, el seflor J-e
B .Janan y seforsa Haydee de
IL& ia de Ehrnan, ofraOercn
ayeW a animada fiesta Infan-
til ei au relidencla.
FrAR entreo Am6rica
+Despds de baber pasado usa
t teporada en Panan.A,
NIUilron esta mafiana para
Nicaragua, 8. & el En
-de Negocios de Chile
* Nicaragua, el sefeor Fernai-
do Lorca .,e y su'gentil seiura
Adelita '4 Lorca acompanadoz
or anu hija safiorita. Jinena.
(4rca. Lm despedimos.
Para But Amfrica
An viaje de placer siguleronl
pars Buenos Aires, Argent;ua,
e, sefor Nigel Simons y sefora
Gladys Guardia de Simons. Les
oeieaeno uni feliz viaje.
Do los stados Unidos
Presentamos un cordial salu-
do %0 blenvenld a a la senora
eavt Clarg quien procedvctc
devNueva York se encuentra
nuevesnnte en Panama.
Saludamos al senior John T.
M8Orath quien regres6 de au
4'1:t de,- negocos pot 'ueva
e ncdentrs de nuevo eidre
eosotros procedente de Nu..va
York, el Ingenioro Paul Kowal-
cAk. Lo saludamos.
Sufre quebrantos de salud en
la Clinica San Fernando el Li-
cenclado Felipe 8. Tapla C.
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
Guards cama en el Hospital
Santo Tomas la senor a lga de
Guardian, Le deseamos unaprun-
va mejoria.




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DonAesticos Bienes Raices Miscelineas Apartamentos
SE NECESITA Persona que sepo CIA. D, LIISVRE Tel. -23S2 *I VENDIN:-Clrves. tse.rio rss", SE ALQUl.A:-Apartamento en Via
cocinor, tiene que ir al mercado y VENDE LOTES mceonm ecanledo, Fir-Teaa laoso Aeropuerto Nb. 16, altos. Pora in-
no tiene que dormir en el empleo.I Page iniel minimo 1.100.00 easodder pre d4ele rems) md4- forms oHi mis;o.
Ave. Manuel Mo. de Icozo B No. Mnamel I, IS.00 lvoames,' ecusedes e.* SE ALUI A: l ..n..
26. Lotes (on Calles y Acudductol d let omies -im oa pl SE ALQUILA: r- Aportomento en
S -- Ciudad desde B 1.00 *I nwro A NCIAS GLOBALIS, V esap.- Avenida Central 74. Informes te-
SE NECESITA:-Lavandera ploncha- Aqlillamos eauipo oesodo oio iA, Ilegendo a jS4 FreOce. Tel. l6fono 3-0088.
dora. Son Francisco de la Coleto. mov:mient. do tierru. -1503 ____ SE ALQUILA:--Apartamento tires re-
Tel. 3-2541. Alguhms otes a o o pl SE VENDE-Nevero para sodas, mar cdmoros, tres bafos, 2 porches.
SE NC e Club do Iteas. 6.3 00 v .4 0IVED --Neer6 pora sodas, mar-
SE NECESITA:-Empleado con expe- se uneo .3 ca Coca-Cola, capacidad pora 12 Llame telhfono 3.1618.
riencia y buena oprienca pr, ,cajas, 4 puertas, B.50.00. Llome. SE ALQUILA:-Apartomento fresco,
oficio domet-.co Buen sueldo. Ca- SE ALQUILA 0 SE VENDE:-Chalet al 2-2118. c6ntrico, 2 re*emaros, solo, icme-
lie 52 No. 8. Apto. 4. 3 recmoros, 2 porches. Avenidal 2arssla 1-
E ESoda s3. y calle 7. Sn Francisco. 0- SE VENCE:-Piano Winter Spinet, 18' dor, bolc6n. Avenido Per qul-
SE NECESITA:-Emp'eoado seria que ra Avenido 8a. No. 8. meses. Cuesto B.850.00, ahoro B.! no 36 Este No. 1I, B.80.00.
epa cociiar. Familiar europea. Co- r4- 475.00. Calle Q No. 5, Apto: 12. SE ALQUIL:-Aportmento d dos
lte 33 No. 30 esquina Justo Aro- SE VENDE Restauronte con mo- C SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento do dos
smena. dern equipo estila Paradeo SE VENDE:-Bicicleto hombre, 8.25. recimaras, garage, elevator. Ave.
tuodo en Io Avenida Central (Ca 00. Tel. 3027, Balboa. Calle Cro-' Justo Arosemera No. 97, Bella
SE NECESITA:-Emp;eada pare co I doni) se vende o arriendo pr ton Idetrs colle Empire). Vistoa
Cos gSnero'ss de ca-a. Avcn do de -
Per6 No. 21. bajcs. mot vo de viaje del dueiro. Llame SE VENCE:-BicicJeta; llontos y tu- PERDIDO
-3404. bos nuevos. Una lanta y un tuboPo
SE NECESITAN: Dos emp'eodas: E VENDE:-- GANGA! Chalet B-lla de repuesto todo pcr 8.30.00. In- sia Cristo Rev
unio grauiar uCon tra parn Vista ovaluado B.24,000, se ven- Aforms Colle "K" No. 6, altos, en el Golf Club el Domingo 29
Drn dormienerr. cn Creferen35 de en solo B.16,500. Pogo iniciol -Apto. (altos). de Julio de 1951. un Crucifijo de
E te No. 7. Apto. 2 B.8.000, resto 20 oalos. Dos re- SE VENDE:-Dos Ilantas nuevos 750 filigrano de plato. Gratificaci6n.
S camaras. sola, comedor, porch, ga- x 16, 8 lonas, morca U. S. Royal.. Telgfono 2-1897.
SE N!CESITA:--Buena cocinsra, ex- rage. cuarto empleado. servicio in- Par Auto-Bus y Comando, precio RDIA:-Peia sachicha choco-
peiencio, burn sue!do. Calie 37 depsndiente. Patterson, Avenida baroto. Vea Mr. Young, Tropical PERDIDA:-Perrita salchicha choco-
No. 16, de 2.00 p. m. en adelcn- "A" No. 16, 2-2346. Motors, Ave. Nocional, Tel. 2- late oscuro Itamada "Boldino",
t. CHALET Sn Francisco --r B.3000 2086. gratificaci6n. Favor de informer o
________ CHALET Son Francisco por B.3,000-26__. Avenida Niconor de Obarrio v Ca-
SE NECSSITA:--Buena cocinaro con paqo initial. cerco Teotro Roose- SE VENDE- '48 Pontiac Sedan cuotro! Ile Ricardo Arias. Tel. 3-1393.
referencias, debe dcrmir en el tra- ve,t, dos rccmaras, dos bonos, puertas, 8 cilindros, $1.200.00;
bajo, rraanifico sue:do. Con'ulado porch. garage. Precio total B. 11 ,tdora para coke $20.00; Singer
C:.nerol d-l Uruguay, Calle 32 No 000. Ptterson, Ave. No. 16 portatil electric $120.00; Singer E CO PR
. _____2-2. __ de pedal, perfectos condiciones. I
5c N'.C-SITA:---Bueno emplecd- VERDADERA GANGA: No pierdol $55.00. Federico Boyd No. I SE COMPRA:-AI contodo, genera-
c -ir en trabao'. uen -.'do. esta oportunidad que se present i portomento 1. I dor de sefiales. buena close, audili-
I rarr e e. t. ..0. ralooE(zodor o"chanalyst", acorato de
SCa:: Co!6n No. 1 Aoto. 2-C, s- rar vez en Io vida. Late alto, El E VENDE MUY BARATO: Mi- adora a chan a aarat
gu.-ndo p o, Edificio La Pollera. C, ngreo. el ms fresco, e ms quina Registrodora "Notional", un prueba paro condensador, etc. Tel.
--barato, 990 M2. So!o por B.6.00 mlinn pre moer coNe "Soaitary", 83-2165.
1 i N -SITA:-Empleada rare lim- metro. Pattern. 2-2346, Aveni- concopacidadmpare o600e "s.npar P
S p.1ry e comodar I. case. Debe dor- I da "A" No. 16. hora. I Congelador prop. pora PERSONALE
S mi in mr' taob y de" Vefue- -.'-- restaurant "Freezer". cortadoara
a 7a in.Ati v trolb.' Vase d ALQa 5 A de jom6n, estufo de gos 4 fogo- La seerora ESMIE se pone nuqvamen-
a 7p., i. m. Av. ,Balkn, case 45. SE ALQUILA nos y ploncha 4 lamparas '(Ne6n" te a las ordenes de su clientele.
.SE NCESITA:-Empleada pdro tro- 48" y 3 tubos. Pora inforrnis: co- Calle H No. I1 (ALTOS).
bos dombsti-os. Avenida Ji.sto Ile a. Vista Hermos N Te-
Arcsemena 95, Edificio, Balboa SE ALQUILAN:-Cuartos amoblodos- lefono 3-1468.
Aoto. 1. Ave. Anc6n No. 71, oltos. LA COMPA A DEL CA L DESITA
SE NECESITA:-Empleoda para ofi- SE ALQUILA: Cuortomoblado, PANAMA OFRECE EN V TA General
cios domesticos, con eiperiencio Vy paro uno persona. entrada sepa- DIeICIOS _____ ______
dcmir empleo. Avenida Cuba No ad gor Colle 46 No 27 S ended meor pstor. sdi- SE NECESITAN: 2 dependents.
12o. aartomento 19. AV. Cuba Apt f 1059 Nos062X, 1066n 10i' 10 Casa Angel, colle 13 Este No. 16.
; ome.to1 1152 v 1161, Cocoli; 12, Summit. DESEO combfdr cuarto, lug~r cfn-
So S S AL| U||A S recibirAn propuestoas ,an pliegos trico, no'Ao;a: 16 Oe6 'W* -. 17,
S tL pIE,- O' corrados en Iao oficina del Superin- Sro. de Somoniego.
L .E"CN S I AL U L < tendente d Almoc.nes., en Bal boa, ---.-
S-cales hasto ns 10 y 30 de In moanadel SE NECESITA:-Muchechoe on ex-
,iolses de piano paro nihos o adul- "". 21 de Agosto de 1951, cuando se periencia pora Abarroteria LA CO-
. tos. Precio moderado, Studio Bn- E ALQUIL.v-:-Locil po re ficlo ar de obrr pblico.: Se pueden RONA Via Espano 45.
net. Juan B. Soso No. 9. Tel. 2- arriba del Teotro Centrol. conseguir los formularioS pra lopue RNC TAVi sr d .
128 conseguir los formulas ra oss srviciosdpe-
2., 82 ______ CLINICA. equipoda, altos Farmaclo pro,)uestas, con. los pornrrnores com rito mercantil paro dar closes de
SSolaar, calls 16 Oeste No. 28, pieos, en Ins oficinos jdel Superin- 4 a 6 deo a tarde de lunes a dier-
PSE VENDE ponamA tendete de Almocenes. iBolbo6, y en 4 o 6 de la torde de luneaie
S E>b __ __I__________ ________ las de los Administrodores de Cosas nes, paro uno persona. Avenido B
I ue M E LANEA Mouing Manogers) aen Blboa No61, Ponama, o Illaome ol 2-
t AutOmOVile I CA Heights. Cocoli y Pedro Miguel. .609. ____
SE NECESITAN: CuatroEj6venes,
SE VFNDE:--Carro Plymouth Sedan Taxi Internacional. El mejor servicio ambos sexos. experience o 6en ero-
1938 en B.178.00. Llontas nuevas. a domicilio. Torifa oficial.,Llame- SE mb paganda. AexricioPr en pro-
O curra Cevtral 81. Ia telefono 2-224 paganda. Ameriaon+ Protection,
Sco Cert 81 telefono 2-2 ___ __ Motoceiei Avenida Central No. 47, Apto.
E VENDE:-Autom6vil Buick Special Tenemos Agencio pora empleor mu----- ---- ------ 23. Panoma. Cafle 6a. y Avenida
1948 en muy buenos condic-ones, jeres en servicios domesticos. Ave- I SE VENDE: -- Motoiclefts "Harley- Balboa, Col6n, ert Col6n.
S4 lahtaos nuevas, radio. reciin pin- nidao B 73. I Davidson" 51. Tipp 45 completa- .
todo. Muableria Tui6n. Telefono -:- --- mente nuevo, 1,20) mills. B.600. s I
3-0048. Pnram. TALLER Auto Electrico "Purrie". 00. Calle 50 No. 6. Tel. 3-3475. TeemOSe C eiStena: ID

-. -..... -- Vende. cargo y repara boterias us--
su auto erne algun vidrio roto. I dos. Colle 21 Este No. 3. Panam. A
.traigalo a nuestro taller y nuestro SE AL- -IL
." expert e vidnros [o delori per- Estomos desempacondo mas lindos
facto a boos precious. Tropical Mo- retozos estampados, precios sor- Cas"a
' tors. prendentes. LA MILAGROSA, Mon--
teserin No. 2. SE ALQUILA:-Cas~ en Pasadena.
glo w:u ca. .- a nuestro toller'y con calle Jose de Fabrega No. 9, dos
aquIoo rrcderno le exominaremos SE VENDE recamaros. salo, comedor, servi-
o, c drec.--.'n I diremos si tiene t S cios modernos. 8.60.00. Tel. 2-
a .olgun desoerfecto mayor. Tropical ArtlPI los de Ca88a 1488 --- 3-20310.
^VENDE:-Autom6vil Ford 1947, SE VENDE:-Camo con colch6n, ba- A I e I
,*Edon 4 puertos, en buenas condi- rota Avenido Mexico No. 13, A VISO JudICI I
pones, seguro v plcacos pagodas to- Apto. 6. I AVISO DE REMATE
Sdo el oAo. B.700.00 contdo. Co- SE VENDE:- Gonga motive vie. El sucerito Secretario del Jusgado
-- rnCcorse con Sr. Santaco':or-a i _.mt r., Primero Municipal de Panama, en -
mnuncarse can Sr. Santacoora Juego sola, comedor, recamor.g cionem de Alwuaril Ejecuto, al pdblico,
SMotores Colpon o lamar 3-2407. Call 46 No. 19. Apto. 1. Tel. 3- HACE SABER:
'VENDE -G a run3392. Que por resoluci.in de fecha veinti ,E VENDE:-Ganqa oportuno, sol-I ... ........ tro de julio doe.eate afo, dicta Is en el
go oe viaje el 14 de Agosto, debc SE VENCE:-Estufo e ectrico "Ge- Juico .ejecutivo propue stq por "Guardia
vender inmediatomente Packard neral Electric" 3 quemadores (' i". S. A.' contra Enr1que Nnies H..
ra aefisludo el dis veintld6s de Ions-
Sedan 1949 de 4 puerta- en exce- horno. 3 meses de LISO B 150&03, Is e nide rn, prqua du rante lao horse,
lentes condiciones. 12.000 millas Llame ol telmfono 2-3008 de 7 o habildes tena ligar pe aegundo r.hnaite
erde cubre-asientos. Ilontas blon- :30 p del cr,ro autom6vil Coupme mares Bick
cos. derechos pnoqo. B. 1 ,'00.00 n m. a -- p.m. 0_ special. motor 43841414. con 4 lian-
L'aome telefono 3.1975 de 9 o 12 SE VNDE:-Colch6n, reloe electric, a n la del r emted
y o 5 p m. sofa de studio, lavadoro electric, ro, la sums de doscientos veinticinco
S- - -..... mess, tablo de planchar, zopotos balhoss (B.225..00), suma en que fue
VENDEN CAMIONES: -- 1 GMC 7-AA. orticulos de case. Ave. Mor- avaluaido el carro y sorAn ofertas ad-
5 tonelados, model 1947, exce- gon 862, Balboo miaible. la quo cubran In mitad dlli
Sites condiciones; 1 GMC 2 1-2 --......--avaraiao. power tratars de lsegund? remote.
ntes con ic nes 1 GMC Hasta Isn cuatro d oe la tarde del dis
tonelodas. tipo armada. 10 rue- SE VENDE:-Copas de plato poro del remate se areptaran lae posturas y
Sdos, modelo 1942; 1 Internocio- Cocktail, Vivo v cremas. juego re-. d ess horse on adelante hasta quo el re-
m-i. 2 1-2 tonelados modelo 1947 camaro complete. Vitrino y Apa-1 '' d las cin-,o de la tarde so eseueha-
chassis largo; 1 Internacional 2 rador, Estufa de Gas, comas pe- r"n la rjas y repujals, adjudicAndole
1-2 tonelodas. model 1947 chos- rrelas, servicio porcelona para do- el ,ano a[blire rmo poator o rr..
els corto I Mock, 5 tonelodas. ce personas, contina porttil. c6- q lirre soniigior prevamente en la Se.-
e -0modelo 1947, excelentes condicio- moda paoro nidos y gabnete de Ode tai del Tribunal el cinco por eien-
M s. Solicitor informes Ilarnondo cocino con tope de porcelona. Ave. i decl a ,pt,.
i.a 'Ntelefono 2-0610. Ecuador No. 14. oltos.




de today case



2' x 6 v 2' x 8'
Calibre 26

Agendas Gtobaies
Via Espafia No. 121
Tel. 3.1503


3 4"
1-1 4"
1-1 4"
1-1 2"
1-1 2"
1-3 4"

B .2.24 hoja
2.80 "
3.36 "

* Tel. 2-2121

x 34"

1/ 8"
1/ 8"


3/16" 20'
3/16" 20'
1 '4" 20'
1/ 8" 20'




Calls "M" final

Tel. 2-2121

,---III -a


Mantenemos ima Veta de
ganga de artic los sobre exia-
tencia donde ias MAJOQRMS
PINTURAS se vendena k loa
mis bajo a reclo.

Por qu6 no ahorrar dinero
comprando 10 mejor?

Ave. Central 279..
Tel 3-0140.

LES de 1/2, 1, y 2
toneladas, con sus


Calle 16 Este #4
Tels.: 2-3335 y 2-2988.
"Vendenos barato para
vender mas."

TenemoS exactameite el
VIDRIO que Ud. necesita!
Faibrica de Espejos

Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2400

Felpa Mineralizada
Roja y Verde

Felpa Negra
do 15 y 30 lbs.

Clavos de Zinc

Balanzas 'Detecto'

Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48

Con 60 velas de fuerza de luz blanca
modern. Permanece encendida 50e
horas or' 1 6n de kerosene. Tos
94% Jo Al IB y solmente 6% do
KEROSeM.L Completamente cegura-
no explota ni neceaita generador ni
bombed. No produce humo nl maloi
olors. a tan qencllla que un nflo
puede prenolera N",nr0 vista en Pa-
nami a Preol tan Bajo
por solo... B/.9.95
Tenem todos los Repuestest
Do Vent en todas laIs FE XTttAi
Dfitrlbuidores: -
COM. calmo Av. elbo
Tel ta*.
Peamla Ae. Central 5
Tel. 2-27

ij. TAXI
24 Horas Tel.
de Servicio Pan. 33'3'44

Persianas Venecianas LUX
8/ B.9-50
1" Paamericanas
Calle 29 #*22
Tel 3-1713

SDencian muchos
de Jullo.
Carmen Rivera Acevedo. de
16 afios de edad y residence en
la Calle P.. Casa Chame, Apar-
tunent 15.
Agfutin CatUlo. de 18 aieos
de edad readlnte en Calle JosA
Domingo Elnar No. 74. Casti-
lIo urdoinudo y trabaja
com limpiabotas. desapareei
SI dmh Jhlo.

El muserto. fr1 .del Jta-sdo So-
1undo del srot anai-a, en fun-
ciopes ,de Al (cu i IWqu1or, Vajdblico,
Quo por rekoluoi6n fatodad m I 27 de Ju-
lio de 1981, dictaeda .el Julcio ejecu-
tivo propuest per la eokledd denomi-
nada "Guardias .QI, ., -A." contra
Josa AropeoM" o b osAslad e*1 dia
velntideho (28) d4-eto pIr6oimo pare
que tongs lugr lar isvhlta on public jou-
basta de los bloieig u s.a continuaeilui
se0 indlcan, portmt olele 1l demandodo:
"linea, No. I %. In1r t" al folio
140 del Tomto 4el ,4 Is Bccion do I
kropiedad. Provhin4 I Panams, Oficina
de Heofttro POblae. ie consist en lote
do ter to marcado aen Ma No 268 de
la Secclon A. *it44' ,Iq o Chilibre, Dis-
trito y ProvnoU*, de P6n*mA. LINDE-
tUB: Norte: lofemt24 y 2065; Sur: lote
202; Eate: CallAN dy Oate; loWe* 273 C
y 273 D. MiF) U : Noirte 62 metro
30 centimetroa ;, : L. metro-; Eats:
--7 metro 50 lejmettrq y. Oesta;: 5
mefros. sUPo RRfiti: DOS MIL D S-
DRAWS )a ( ...! Eg "etat finca tiene
un valor clattal OCAU.aTA y bElS
'"inca No. It ~ s'; Ia-erita at folio
250 del Tomo 4'7 *le, Seceiuin de la
Propledad, Provincia do Panami, Olicins
de Recgltro Pfiblieo, qie consaite en lote
de terreno mearlado Con el numero 2.3
C de la Seccln, A ,itnado en Ohiliure.
Distrito y Prk 4idih de PanamA. LINDE-
KOS: Norte, .caf F; Sur, calle E; Este.
lote 243 B y O te,* lote 244 A. MEWI-
DAS: NOrte, 23'mmttko: Sur, 25 me-
troS: Este. 10oo metros y Oe3te. 100
2.00 M2) -'Btai flnes tiene tin valor
catestral de, CUAAKNTA Y UN BAL-
BOAS (B.41.00).
Serviri de bade pars el remate de lat
fincas antes descritas la suma de CIAN-
00). que a* el valor catastral total Ade
l1s minmas; y aerAn postures admisi.-
bles Jsa qua oubran las dos terceras
part de eoa cantidad.
Para habilitarse como poster me re-
quiere consignar provlamente on la Se-
cretariia del Tribunal el cinco por caien-
to (5% ) de Ia base del remote.
iHasRt la cunitr doe la tarde del dia
Indicado pars el remate *s admitiran Is
propuestas quoe s hicieren y desde eas
horse en adelant aso ex uchasrn las pt-
jis y repuji haosta hacor la adjudiea-
ci6n al ejuor postar.
Panamtl, 27 de JulIo do 1 9I.
(Fdo.) Eduardo Forruos MaMetimw.
Seeretario del Jusgado del Cireuito de
Es fiel copla de oa original.



Negra y
Precelos de Competeanei
con el product importade.
Tubos 4" Sencillos.... 4.09
Tubos 4" Dobles......4.40
'tubos 2" Sencillos.... 2.60
Tubos 2" Dobles......2.80
Tees -4x4..........2.009
Yees 2x 2..........1.00
Codes 'i x 2....... .75
etc., etc.
Tel. 3-1300 Apartado 3W
Oonzalez y Linares Ltda.
&a Loceria Pasadena .

RHIes de Balb

Mor0o "Daisy"

desde 2.95

tva ~ j

* La mis econ6mica,
fuerte y prieica
para cualquier soo.




Cia. Cymos. SA.

el. Obde Pair.

del lMit.ti Nd.

to en quo Ia sentencia Ise fe
ItlmantS n btllcad, debl6ht-
bem enrdanado mu libertad,
qo no rmpoalWe lante la
t ew otm por ningmn aets
0o ,datlo qu no Ma eI de alta
tnileln, d aMn goe ha
dei on IL-,
Z a a Is

. .,

Minimo pot
12 polabras.
3e por cada
palabra adicional.

3. de agoito a las p.m. Be
trataran sauntoa de suma Im*.

Dedrase deierto
segundo 'lugt 1 el trabajo "M
Guitarrlsda" firmado per "Ma-
ximo". El tereer lugar fud ad-
Judicado a la novel "Puente
del Mundo" par "Ryskal".
En el concurso .de Historia
se le did el setun6o lugar al
trabajo ."IRelacne de la Re-
publica de PanaaI con loo Re-
tadom Vnido dae rortea rlcMa
a a la U dfil t-,atao.e l90I "
firmado pt/- 4Cbou". V1 tar-
cer lugar lo aa6 el trabajl
Capituto d.a = latori Dlplo&-
tica en |c iborOi de la I pi-
bicak ft por "Uaagam ".
Las e cutes trabalos
haen sid- *gidos ganadorea
deben pr ilsarse al Departa-
mento de ,QCtura del ?4l iste-
rio de Ed iOn cin It cobola
de loV oreialarpara aq debl-
da rdentilf ta44I -

LA sa.usda charla
la on oe Paraninto, presentado
por el Rteqr M4ndez Pereira,
bajo el slguierite: "Teo-
ria deowfI V 1res". Esta ttarde
Agulla 4s lablara, a la
misms h el Paraninfo,
sobre '"Fu edaentalei Enfoques
del AYct O r Soclal", presen-
tando, ico:o tema central, la
sntit6tca ocqlcl6n filosfilca de
los peAS4ddres T*ynboe y Dll-
they. Maafi a el fil6soao }ose-
fino presentarai ru ulntir con-
ferencta, ,tambidti en el Para-
ninto y a& la misma horse, con
el Slqulentie ugestivo tema:
"Posici6n Actual de la 'ptiolo-
Ria Francesa. 'Eate P t14dico
desea al Lie. Agullar Mathado
auien acaba de regresar del
Congreso Internadcona de Fllo-
sofia celebrado ent Limft, cmo
reoreentaate exdlusivo doe pen-
troamdrica, una grata estada
en nuestra patria, donde se le
quiere Iy reagta.

La 1bert9 del Dr.
con mIvtr de los hechos en-
toncesa tleados, han repreun-
tado los Fisalei, del Circutto y
loa Fa4cies del Tribunal Supe-
rior de Justlica, encargad"o de
levaitar el SumArlo orreapon.-
Conio haltA -la fcha, used
no nbr ha dao, at conocer su
lt netih66n '?eftd cap; tal
:waio I* elnhibpedldo:1puObea-
i.mente, venlhof hoy a retto-
rare eata sao)icltd con Isa ey
qn la mano, en la esperapza de
que en esta aocai6n, tanto po
It dignidad del pargo que des-
eiupeAn y-por el-r6spto que eso
merece la' cludadaa paname-
Aa, camo por el buen noinbre
de.- nuestro pals ante el con-
sorcio de las Repuiblicas her-
manas; procederi usted de con-
formidad con disposicioneA con-d
titucionales y legalese, que Io
obligan a intervenor.
United, seflor Procurador, co-
mpo professor de Derecho de
npestra Universidad Nacional y
per los muchos aflos de expe-
riencia que tiene en la pralctica
de la judicatura en nuestro
pafl, sabe. ove de conformidad
con Io estatuido en el Art. 148
de fa Constituci6n de 1946, "el
President de la Repiblica sole
ex responsible por extralimita-
cl6n do sus funciones; por ac-
tos de violencla. ecoacel6n en
el curso del process -electoral o
que ImPldan la reunion de la
Auanblra Nacional o tori a
iota 6 a las demAs copor o-
ua" o autorldadea pOblica que
Fatablece la Conatltucldn eni l
olerciclo de sus funcionos, y por
el delito de alta tralidsv".
Por la IJgnldad del cargo que
desempefia el cludadano que
fuera elegido Preasidente de la
Republica, y por el respeto que
so debe a la voluntad expre-
uada por qe pueblo que lo eli-
g16 como tal, y que es de donde
emana realmente el Poder Pd-
blico, (articulq 2o. de Ia Cone-
tltucin Naielonal), el Cotstltu-
ydnte de 194 cre6 un fuero
special, la Asambles Nlcional,
plra el copoclmlento y'jiizga-
tintp, ai fuera del caso. de
la, actoP comet doa per el ciu-
dadano Prusldente que 1mpli-
quen vIolaci6n a lIe preceptos
estatuidos en loa ordinales pri-
mero y segundo de la citada
dlapoicl6n conatltucional. Esto
0 cu. ponque no as puede de-
jar a la persona en la rusl
egd la dignklad de la, Rep4-
idles sometida al tfuero comAn
a morced de un Peraoner, Fis-
to a qua por B6 einpled
nuncle1 aowuss s- qetbante y

^' xPf r dlo1o,.el P0-

i doctor Arnulfo Ara, Pre-
sIdento Oonstltuclonal de Ja Re-
ptiblica. fue Jusgado y Mnton-
o1ldo par la Asamblea Nacio-
nal a ejerceleo do po reeO
especial a qua aludimnm, el 25
de mayo del afio en curio, por
aetdo vtolStorio a la ConstibB-
ciD6n acional. Dede el momenn-

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.a senora uiM o COM MB
drela Hushllg mlembrq de jwo-
winente familla caoanblana y
eaposa dels ufaor Johnj. 1jA
hblng, p d de't
ones ppe f 0-a
.nuri6 inoche en el jHot1gi4l7
Gorgas despues de una taigP
onfermcdad. .
14fiana a mlas '7:00 _de lIt s 0'.
che se llevari a cabd ua b ia-`
rio en a Capilla de An y cel
asiboad.a l 81:00 de la mafzlaa
&e dirk una mia dde RAtulen en
'a Igloaa de St. Mary en BAl"
La senora Hushing, de 56 a-
fios-de eda, u, superintends.vi
ie de las &scuolea Interaaclona*
les de OCrrespondencia en a
nama durante 27. afioe, sleno r-'!,
unica inujer en el mundo 4ue
ha ocupado isa posletIn. Na40o
'a seflora Hushing en Bohio, f-
iea del Canal Frances, hija do
un ingeniero de la CompafAid
del Canal francs, contrayendo
matrimonlo con, el senior Joau
E. Huahing en Agoato de 124.
A la 8sqfloa uhing la'tooure-
viven sUM-. so, John. du her-
aana WhA..-Molled. y a bcr-
mano TomAs, realdente enh Pa-

Los Universitarios

*se reunen a la 6

de la tarde de hoy
ki Directorlo de.la Unal6n de
batudiantet T'Unlversitarloi uos
ha pedldo que por este thedio
citemos a todos, auts molemb
a una rednin a6i lai 8 de la tr-'
de en el aa ;-3Sl. S tUralwin
aauntod iaf ikp'mpo fiia
,para todb ef conglo m pnt-
versltarltf *i .W .

triotlimo se pretendi6 dpefen-
der en el ill4mo miq de mayo.,
son estas las razones que nos~.
inducen a. reitorar nues tr pq-
tic6in de que teralne ousted con
un ardid que no le hace honor
al Poder Judicial de Mnuestra
Con una sutileza muy pro-
plat, un oven Magistrado de la
Corte Suprema de Justicia, en
conferencla. que dictara recien-
temente, i2iInua una forma es-
pecial muy peculiar de inter-
pretar el dictado .4onstitucio-
nal a queo nos .lqeba referi-
do en esta 'carta,. :$4to quo
debe coleglrse del jatliulo a
que 6l se reflere. que 'Uando
se dice que "la As.msl :t ua-
gar al. to nenta~ y-. 1 M4
gistradoe por actob ViolatorWO
de la Cbnstitucl6n' y de las Le*
yes", ello se reliere a las leye o
civiles.y no a 1ia penglas," Y
que en el articuo 148 del ES-
latuto Fundamental ae expre-
sa de manera taxativa el unico
delito or el cua' em reaxonsa-
ble el Presidente' de la Repu-
blica antb Ie fero comn .6 7
que es el deltto de alta traii6n..
.U por eatoa Aotvyi. seflor
Proeurador, que esleramos do
tited una adCi6n rectiflcadora
di los desmanes de sas subal-
ternos, que lesionan la majes-
tad de la justicia panamefia.
Panami, Julio 30 de 1951.
Directerio Naeional del Partide
Revelueionato Asutntice
Jerge P. Adamee, saplente de
F. J. nares, Albert Vallari-6
no *r. uwOlente de Nerberte
Zurita; Rafael Francefhi, so-
pleate de J. R. Raols; P. Tee-
doro Brin. aplente de J. de D.
Foved"; Juam do Medina, S-
plente de M. S. de Miranda.

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to 2 ( PS)
- La tir am rearms
conaa It r vwo ma-
yor. a. 'law A a ia
de tIuam fin do afio pueda en-
viarase a mas. Al miamo tien-
D' go geo tn reo;gantiando tias
ad(a divdIlone. en tanto quc e-
t d .thetit ly l-,ne e-
c anm tuattayae mu-
oMe tn n bums tado do
entrenamiento. Deaths aItlma u-
nidadi las interasb hombres
desaoviUados pero que toda-
vi. ttAn an aervileo active, no-
mlzeafnte, y. que pueden ser

*ltd ol.lbrh do

*Yan Ia soMs Lmvadm
*m do* *o*mu. el da mubri-.
* mi a'e md&un hrs hloa. qu -s
p I .ti IM *ir _- m i ow
wbateo. qmitd mlm m em-,r
hska a" *i"* emomamo


lAlSft4 en ctiAuler ment*o.
me'T unt~ de els abe exta-
mente cutl es su a eb Loa -.
uervadores norteameri cno que
han. vtit e u entrenamlent9 dl-
con quoe astoe .oldadaa son ex-
celnte y ,*Atn, t:tt 4 1"
trar en ciel6n ei cluan" soeea
Lit fuerz a'tea britAnica, s
la ual me dej6 declilag, 6std
'lendo penopalaelte reoottruida.
Aunque s6lo a ha btdo il n-M -
meate do dies por ciento a
chanto al personal, la caIMd4 ea
exeepeolnalmente alts tanto en
h6mbres como miqulnqa. Los ea-
cuamrbnes, reuialdos a ocho se-
roplanoe cda' uno, eatin aiendo
duplcadoS; pero todavia care-
can de sufiolentea hpartaos mo-
dernmo. Aunque lea britinlops
han 14do a Is delantera en cuan-
to a la fabricaein de aeropla-
nos a propulsion a dhorro, no
estAn atn en condiciones de
producer mosque se necealtan.
Algo pareado ocurre en 'cun-
to al radat. Trash do ir aa ci-
bca eonel desrTrollo de iste, su
ilstems deftslOns t casl b 'ha de-
sintegrsdo. Loas ritanlcoas.o es-
tn dn al ,dit,1' mater, L
Gran Bretafla esti pi ticamcn-
te Indefensa ante uns lots a6-
rea modern. Pero el pueblo no
creej- nd MRO.& 4 7Pac.g
condffi esde "lan~mar n statue
airea que demuecadenarka pa
qwrft-- nerl, Pr otro parts,
los brltAnicoas 'e n tan acus-
taihbrados al pell o qide miran
las coea con ma calmsa & ue
cualqiaer dtro pbdblb. .

N.. TAN IIuR ,"
RIAA M us ML .A *

-,, ,*n iuvA .
Sf. .w ".m L'.,a '.

Vi af, e a i io E b -

do defmwa, sacuaando al gobler-
no doe.oder ante la dem ndams
nortar~4AlcanMu. La oueoaitt do
&I habr elecclones generals en
octubf probablemente deptn-
dLr de la reacc"6n que cl pro-
Xmia do armamentoas prdvoque
qn el pueblo, aIsl come de la.
forms on que tprnine Isa guerra
de Co*ea yla Isdiputa con Ir.n.
Bate program exige un gaac
.uenaual equlvalente a dacl-n-
tie'ochentsa.mllones de d6lares.
Pero un resumen de la altUaLi,6n
general brithnica produce un
cuadrq bp.tante halagador. lI
pain ha mejorado econ6mioa-
menti, La moral del pueblo cs las
mtus alts de 'uropa. Es optia-s-
ta, no derrotista. $s ndudable,.
emperor, que la orlis econ6mi-
os constituyso sempre una u-
mena4a, y que la crisis politl-
ca ea Una certidumbre. Porque
cl goblerno necesitarA aydja
para pagar Ils euentas por ar-
"'amentog adquiridoa en los Ins-
rado jUnidoe.-L
Los obiervadores norteamcrl-
cano a se aombran ante la len,
titud brit(nica en cuanto a lui-
todos Industriales. -En mucihaw
rod-es fAbrias moe note la au-
mencia de equipos mflitares que
facilitan y aumentan la pi'rduc
el6n. Lo mlshno ocurre en 'o4au
uspeotos- ,MI los restaurants aso
ve *U ntumere excesivo- de cia*
pleadom. Uns camarera nortes-
meri:ana puede hacer facilmen-
to lo que aqul hacen trees hom-
bre$. Pero lon britinicos ercert
qu lais meaS deben oet r vil-
dua por hombres, no poar muj,-
rem. No hay dLd% que ls& ro-
4,oucclon y L Oflea dalos o-
, b'we arpuS in -envlarse
anupos de adminlradores y ta-
pataees a IA. .fWm norwa-'
,i ersanu. '
81 'nii ubleaa por la crt-
Lie petrolers deoan an, ea muy
probable squV .el eot ant cre-
elntento del podebrtlto bh-
bria mpermnitiq r,pM o au-7
fragar su paro' "s de tens,
ln ayud ,te*dor. Per Ila pdr-
dida de treisclento lncu.!nta
nollone d de d61 r. auales en
petr61eo deco Miara gande-
maentp las fli a binlcea.
No hay dude, em er, d-40 que
el pueblo as cape de resistir
cualquler saorificio. sal como de
h aco mayorea eornftci- Wco
es. tamblif, algo tiplcamete

Ink rld Bergaan

no plensa regresar

a Estades Unides

L NDRES, A Agsto (UP) -
ingrid Bergmau d10 que novol-
vera a n"tado. Un~d ean cuan
do 6sto Aliteflutw qe nab vcra
a su hija Pi de 12 afios de e-
uad per lo menos hasta el pr6-
ximo verano en que la ulfi
vuelvA a s ueca en vacalrones
con- petddi < ado r P4.eer
.Lndstrom. ,
La Bergnman dujo a lo pedilo-
diatas: "No vor r a B.tados
Unwds,n ie guastaiia,
ero me i felt eon I-
talia y seguira alA".
Su eaposo, el director clnemia-
togrifico Roberto es
elperado en L0kM 4 Jua.
La Bergman 15
d im4as

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SFUAS3O BBE-MAS6-O a Aa R, s foe may reolad, el Jurado
A Sit Mkmica, ,uCu m rt._ 30 oto remedlo que ecoger
do pane de relnas: 4a dln woernia y oddo e Frlonrida. Verdad
qUe as mu reoldemp et .
l- --.... -' J th" al official de enlace noiie-
wOS eniernI W U amiricano al medio dia de ay-!r
Pero asun uando el oficia, y
4 1 1| |Iia l~ ll alls dos enfermeras se aproxt-
EL UUm. d maban a 1n "frontera" de los
.onas norteamericanas y sovi'-
pAor cala Policia de Berlin Orler-
rv --s,-- ,,L tai los detuvo nuevamentO du-
rante tres horaa.

BERLIN, Agoato 2 (UP) -
LWe autoridades sovitlcas pu-
aleron en libertad a dos naterr
merzsi del Ei6rclto de ,btMrd's
Unidos detenidas decade e*I a-
bado cuando se extraviaron
nientras viajaban en autom6vil
noe Berlin a Alemania Occi-

Las enfermeras fuerOn dete-
nida par las autoridadp mvia-
tlea lrededor de lao oc- d. la
iaflana del aabado y "'devael-

Finalmente, el Cuartel Sup:e-
mo Bovl6tico dl6 orden de we les puslera en libertad.


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La Avenu awker*sun alm-

mento sum y delcioso par today
la fmili.' b rica en los elementos

Snutridvos Aecesarios pars dar
ferus, vigor y rebomnW aL.
iDals. aRI fmilia can As les-
peWUe AwmA Qoer TW XOS

Ante V. '- "- p6-
blico q u, f a lrio an
entulasmo, e proent6 ayer
noche-,m i Teatro. Proldente
la ,cas hbofartas y actriz
de othie "uSi" Aguilar. Al aa-
lir del t ltUo, una multitud de
admiraA' la Is pemab par
o1oilclsw aujtraf y ptra ad-I
mirarla, neceadad de pro-
tegeris con ageMteo del orden
pubHeo g I beOrms pars lim-
pedir que l a dtIs fuera laatt-
mada poatn al W semo del pu-
bllco. ,-L-aO esta de Angelo
Jaspe de muloos naclonales,
fue sedmimo muy splaudida
por el public sa itente que a-
clam6 S 'au director con real
La rO-ntaclon de la sctriz
del clne zexipapo reglitra un
verdadero a don tfo- mlediQ do
popularlfad on los Altimoetlem-
p o s __

Arrestn a soueto

que portaba una

bolsa con canyac
A 6rdenes del Fiscal Prime-
ro del Olrcuito, Licenclado Ale-
Jandro Cajar, se encuentra de-
tenido el agricultor panameflo
Fellpe B nchez, de 32 aflos de
edad y resident en Calle 20
Este bis, de esta cludad, por
habirsele encontrado una bolaa
deipapel conteniendo una gran
cantidad de la hierba denomi-
nada "Canyac".
De acuerdo con declaracio-

Costa Rica y Boliva no a

liquidado an ui tit

en d6lares que estIen

Los inveruimistas s ert.anericano se me H 'I
quietando por la suerte de su inversiofes

NUKVA YORK, arosto S. -
(UP). XI peri6dco "Wall
Street Jomoal" publio6 una In-
formacl6h tm quoe decia qqa "10o
tenedores de utulos an d6lars
d Bodalia Cs. ota RJoa, lo
euales'st'Mecuoentam n minora,
eatAn inquioetndove por la auer-
to de sue lnversionew. Bolivia y
Costa Rica son lo dos finicos
paliea latinoamericanom que no
han liquidado aus uitulos on
d6lares, peae a las declaraco-
nes de que pronto se harian
nes hechas a este peri6dico, el
senior 8anclihe fue conducldo a
Is Policia Secreta Naclonal nor
un agent del orden pi.blico al
encontrarlo en eatado doe em-
briague. Al ser reglatrado an la
Policia Secrets e Ise encontr6
la bola .con I marihuana.

Las lHagas

se cicatrizan
Una apkica.- pmadue .1vM
En at InatmIae que* e silla .*
ungcento Kosoen a umno sla. re-
beld., es omlenua s& otar 6* 1lillo
que *u rran powder euratlvo eoalesnL
Koele pronto mca u mApupaelo-
n. .6Otlvaa do Ian cluIs ttacts-
Sdu. qultL ol dole euaclael o6nl-
m aut medcitnal olnOtlaO &aI
reeur hauts quo a lsl1 0Ft AN'
TTGOUA QU m EA M cleatric cow-
plotamente. Obt4naSe 0M 1, UE] -

RefridndOeA epecificamn
a Bolivia, la Informac6n dt
que "oustro emlsiones do
oI en d6lares por un t
6-milonpo de d6lres bi
tado en morse dede 2 M".
qua pmee las dlvbraa dd
racones todarla no so ha i
cho pago alruno.
8mn embargo, agregaba la _e_.-
formacin i que y ie ha t _0i
zedo un plan para ello y q
"con el plan trazado y el Y
see aparente de pagar el t
co factor que hay que e
dear em la capacldad par
Uzar oa pagess. Y ai ul
donde surge la cueatl6n
Hace unos cuantos diJas i
Reconstrucclfn Finance CoO
ration anunci6 que se ha .;
gado a un acuerdo pras W
ar estaflo en Bolivia a.
de 1.12 la libra. De acuerdouei
la producci6n de 1949, BoIt'0
reclbira por su produccl6n .
eataflo 86 millonec de d61are%
En cuanto a Costa Ricm .s
lnformaci6n dice que "Il W-,
tules en d61ares par valor de
8,.079,060 de Costa Rica han eqI
tado en moral desde prlnciltP .
de la cuarta decade de este-.t.
glo", pero que actualments el-
pala estaba atravemando unsa i
tuael6n econ6mica favorable d'
bid6 al aumento en los precl
de sus exportaclones y an MO

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una f-nt-stica, .

-La gniaI aetriz panamefia ELDA DE It3AZA provoca con au brf-
Ilaat actuacion un motivo de singUlank interns en LAZOS DE ODIO,
atlva novel de Claudia L6pez Gronning que o06upa el espaclo
4detrinsmfsi6n de LA NOVEL CAMEL. LAZOS DE 0ODIO reune
a las 7415 p.m., hora de su emisi6n a un dilatado auditdrio, que|
cothza esta novel, como su obra favorite. LAZOS DE ODIO es otro
trhunfo innegable de la RED PANAMERICANA.

Las existencias atomicas de

rEEUU. han aumentado

Smsiderablemente este ano
3 $IUIS La Comisl6n dei .
EnergI At6mica de los Esta- Si reuniraI en,1
; doa trnidos, a Ia vez que au- n -
S menth. ss exiatencias de mate- r i -a--
r rin p.ni.a y el rendimiento' de ClO M g Xagco
i; mat riale.s desintegrables, ha
egtlo adelaqte con "Ia grand. CON.ejo de Ia OEA
xprnsi6n de su capacidad de, CoU1Se|. U6 1de Ia
produccion" durante los seis
meses que han transcurrido del
prenrite afo, segmn roza el in- WASHINGTON, C. Agosto
fore scml-anual que ha pre- 2 (USIS) El Consejo de as
r en!ado al Congreso. Orgarizacl6on de lo Esstados
"'rn sid' halladas nuevas Americanos ha torniadoa aeclmOn
$uertes extranjeras de mineral para,.crear un-_Comlt. Fermia-
de t:manlo: el admento del abas- nete para el Consejo Cultural
i:-icato y elaboracidn han Intt americano, el coal ae re-
S ueztb a losTUBtados Unidoan atW rA par primer P. el
a l .Co lugar entire las nacli- de. eptlembre lICliudad d
littres en .cuanto a la pro- Mexi.o. ;
-'on de uranio", dice el in- .-En re'til16n especla el Con-
rr'e. seJ de la OEA adopt6 una- re-
so blu6n q'ue tentatilamente
SM s adelante el informed in- autoriza la creacl6n del Comlte
dica que laComision, a la vezr Permanente Integrado por cinco
que realize pruebas de armas reptiblicas americanas, el cual
d de fuerzh nuclear. continiua au sera escogido posteriorinente.
labor sobre las, apllcaclones de El grupo permanent sera co-
la energia at6ihict para los nocido como ommitd pars la
fines de Ia paz, en 'los ramos Accl6n Cultural.
de la medicdira. Ia biologist, Ia La aprobaclon final de la re-
agricultura y la Industria. .soluci6n depend del respaldo
que reclba de los gobiernos
Una parte del informed se de- miembrgs de Ia OEA.
dica a un sumario sobre las El. Consejo Cultural Inter-
actividades de la Comisl6n en americano est. contemplado en
Ia fabfltocion y distribuci6ni la Carta de la OEA firmada
de radjols6topos, una especie en BogotA en 1948. Lo mismo
de material radloactivo que! que el Consejo Econ6mlco y
tiene: anmpIlos usos en la medi- Social y el Consejo Juridleo,
Sta, la Industria, la agricul- debe ser un 6rgano de la OEA,
IM y otras empresas de paz. pero todavia no ha -entrado en
Al denominar este program'
'uno de los grandes aportes de
Ia conjsldn de Energia Atomica Asesor edu tiv
al Bienestar .I'aclonal". El In- A e r eU v
forme dice que dicho program
continia asiendo objeto de am- de la UNESCO Ira
"Ma4 de mil departamentos a Haiti per n 8110a
6 laboratories en maas de 500
inhtltutciones de los Estados
|r Unidoa estan utilizando los ra- PARIS, Agosto 2 (USIS) -El
dio-ls6topos. Son despachados Profesor Paul Jaume, quien a-
a 44 estados, el Distrito de Co- yud6 a establocer el program
lumblas-y Hawai, y 4 175 insti- de post guerra parW la "Edu-
tuclones de 31 pasles extran-I cacl6n Popular" en Francia,
Jerop", dice el inf0rme. I saldra .el 4 de Agosto para pa-

con James CAGNEY Virginia MAYO Doris DAY
en Estreno desde Hoy en el CENTRAL!
Tandas: 12:30 2:15 4:29 6:43 8:57

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Un c6mlco del cine que -va ga fy Vtola, .
para el primer puesto e M- "Vivillo Demde- ChlqUJ ", una
nolin, y con au ultima gelicula eomedla extraordinary I s ha-
"Vivlllo Deade Cbtquillo", se *e reir hasta el cag i. se
anota un 6xito definitive. rion tatFrena hoy en el ipat '5EIdo-
Manolin provocan carcaadtas a '
torrentes Shillinsky. Delta Ma- riddo. .

Las Naciones Unidas -s ieren

para Corea una economiA mias

solida que Ia
PUSAN, Agosto 2 :(USIS) -
Esta trazandose plans me-
diante los cuale ha de dare
eventualmente a Corea una
economic industrial y agricola
mas firme que la que habla
tenido hasta antes del present
conflict, segfn ha declarado'
J. Donald Kingsley, director
general de la Agenda de Re-
construccl6n de Corea consti-
tuida par las Naciones Unidas.
El senor Kingsley lleg6 a Pu-
san la dseman a pasada proce-
dente de Ginebra pars Iniclar
la organizactln del program
de reconstrucci6n que ha de
entrar en vigor lo ms pronto
Dijo Kingsley el sabado que
la actual reconstruccOn de la
nacidn coreana "debe en gran
parte hacerla el pueblo mismo",
y agreg6:
"En ninguna otra forms po-
drian obtenerse resultados du-
sar un afio en Haiti, ayudando
el Goblerno de ese. pai a. la
ampliacdn -de un satema 'edu-
El professor serA enviado por
la Unesco, de conformidad con
su actual program de ayu4p
a los passes que soliliten asis-
tencia t6cnia, AyudarA a de-
sarrollar el sistema escolar pri-
mario y secundario y, tambibn
a fortalecer el program de
Haiti en material de educael6n
fundamental y en Is laucha con-
tra el analfabetismo.

que ha tenido
TAto0 el pueblo coreano eomo
as gdbierpo han de actuar en
eatrecha cooperacl6n tauto en
el. planeamiento como en la
ejecui6n de la obra, dijo
$'. director Kingsley mani-
fesat que calculaba que la re-
Oonstrucci6n de Corea hasta el
estsdo de antes de la guerra
tomaria un minimum de tree
a cineo asios.

Ofrecn un nor$me

esclta a Thomas E.

Dewey on la Malaya
SNGAPUR, Agosto 2 (UP) -
Ei Gober~ador de Nueva York,
Thomas E. Dewey, oetodiado
por la mayor escolta que o*e le
haya brindado a Visitante algu-
no, visitara Malaya part ver
c6mo opera la campafla brita-
nica contra los terroristas cc-
Un pbotavoz de la Pdilfla dl-
jo que. se han tom ,4:.graihdeO
preeaueldie pafa proteger a
Dewey. Aclar6 que las precau
clones no se ha tornado port
que haWan avld peds o port
que se teman posibe violenciai.
Sin embargo, 'el nico otro "1-
sitante que hays recibido una
protecci6n parelds fu6. el Pri-
iner Ministro de las dlas Nehru
cuando estuv n BSingapur el
aflo pasado-

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En atenidn 6 Sa h de-
manda de l c4td d4-ja-m el
Teatro Mayo Wqetb eng. no-
che de ayer y qe. pudo
satisfacer pqr su j ca-
pacidad y por ag mi.t 'lnte-
rrupclon del aservo ittrico.
que ya m6 repara de ivoerdo
con disposiclone. de I flcl-
na de SegurldSd, el .p ulo
inicial del undisa fa-
moso Fakir' bao ge- trans-
flere al Toauto Ttopll para
que tenga lugar a uK e la
noche. del pr6tlinm Oartws 7,
dentro de un m4gnftico pro-
Despuis doe er n el Teatro
Tropical cerrado, laorado y se-
Ilado, el aa5ud der lddlj den-
tro del cual'quedat "'Pakir
Urbano trein% dias -cqmacutl-
vos y sus nocleas, at cner ni
beber, como oensimacioal'mos-
traci6n de l Ique pledA es-
piritu sobre la iaterda, e$ ataud
sera trasladtdo cof Urbano a-
dentro al .e0a 0 tyo, donde
permanecerAt e a tea h exhibi-
ci6n, los treinta dfi. -a ediehds,
sin que las puerta del teatro
sean cerradw .
El gran show con el cual se
programar& al fakir Urbano en
el Teatro TrdIlcal para el pro-
ximo martes 7, aeri oportuna-
mente anuwncado e4 aviso que
se publlcarA On ate diario.


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6:00 8Vi dde ovacG os o 90tra mcia ses f
6:15 &X2Alp.a MA ua i of 6 al de ..tePa p- Wtalones. A lomejoc n6Paua
6:3 os edo Is W aoa a G ptiembre. b eer unestadomental.da-
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7:15 LaoNb de .1 B a) .ide d tflculdas Miro- Y tados eatariamos major. Po
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7:36 n a deAmo l d ataUt i etu ld nta dola ad d e la ainitad internacioDnal".
7:Souae a G.S oo f 4"5 'g M y Ofit 7O0Uo Ac O-Nosotros hemos colocado a sets simpAticsa Joven
c ;( osi Ge o da .le.w'.is fotoraf. par& quo-, ut depudan ve quoeNUtall pmarada
dramatiaci6nedo d us eh er Ia i En unslailrina do Aeroo puro que osti colocada sobre un troso
8:15 m acnee coAsas nistro D. Gur6n do made e cu a -s ve esti colocato sobs ans mails doe a-
CarBlosM. Perra. Ci 05 'ero. Los fabricant sostienen que el scere on malls es mis
SorAnia ditao .sFactor TEL AVIV, agosto 2. (UP). fuerte que el sero e n limina. Miren que nl so dobla.
8:30 Mica esp" c de a 6n Lnorteamericanas Los ecrutinios of cials del
8:45 lta" ina dL90 por cento deo d los vASto D dolas
S9:0 Mueros tre olte eedclones parlamentarlas de- e e
CaSa Angelin U) La Ntial Alinea s atualidad la Panagra tro David Ben Gurion lograr RIASE DE LAITo

9B: Antes a rt esde "agaS a-t 'bo- cI ia Pan .eAmerican en Tou- mar un nuevo Go ble r no aLn TOMANDO
:30 it Mualante cumen a fin dpe liti Rqe men para el vuelo hasta Miami cukndo para hacerio telBndrin 1 1 IF I~
1:30 El Hit Musal deRaa lines tag c s conI y estabs b1u do un arreglo efectuaf una coalici6n con lJ RABE POFOSFITO DE CAL
0: ies Fanra y su e aaWa _par am a leg similar con la National pars el liberals progresistas yel parti- DE GRIMAULT
10:.15 areelan e ymsu ilpes aeroms r~ o~-l'ntroe a intera mblo de equipo centre do religioso "Hapoel HamlDraht".
11:00 Canclro nocturnal csdPNee, occdel de SUr Amirica Mami y Nueva York., Sin can- Todavia no se a detallado
11:00 MlCanciero sit a Icosts oriental d g Est uos, bargo a Jnta de Aeronaticu c6mo se distribuirin lfas baneas, QUE ES EL MEJOR TONICO
12:30 miBuena L pMi s M e i ancel6 el permiso temporal que pero los' partidos hasta a ora QUE ES EL MEJOR TONICS
12:40 Buenai nodoe I eas UnBdosn habli concedido. tmenen los siguientes promedius: DE LOS PULMONES
MAANS Un portavos doe las National Mapal, 43.1 por clento; on- DE LOS PULMONE
MAM A IR diJo, qu ha enviado as solicltud La Junta de Aeroniutica Civil ta General, 16.7 por ciento; Ma De VENTA en TODAS las FARMACIAS
6:03 Btoi dis Is a la Junta de"AErutica Civil stUdifaktA Ias peticiones de la pam, 11.9 per ciento; Herut, 6.-
6:0 Abqqe do'qIs y agreg qso pondri a a Pan American y Is Easter Air- ".por clento; Hapoel Hanaht,
PaWmn~ldoan deciel6ft de lb J unta bonediel- lines pars el intercambio dt 0- -.5 por ciento; Comunistas. 4 por
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7:30 Notiolore ,PA la anit sti Amenssand 11a4 nagp pars que se apruebe el a-
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8:00 Fiesta n Manhattan nal n Miami. ia Natlo pars intercom o n aule Y DF LA MEJOR H Y
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SWASHIJOTON, Agosto lo. (U.
J .)-La Cmiiml6n de investigh-
II6n "armistosaa" del Congreso
;rp nenp6 .Ia audiencias para
inar -"sl el Interis. pu-
4 ". ruiere que se excepted
tbae de la Ley contra los
j polo: y uno de los prime-
I testigos al defender la "clAu
*I laa de reserve" adujo que c6-
1 podria confiar el publico en
'.I altos d de un jugador a su
1 quipo i al mismo tiempo es-
Wta fratando de conseguir un
contrato con otro que le paga-
ra mejpr.
SEl representanc dem6crata
3 mmanuel Cellar, al comenzar
las audiencias dio que so inves-
tigara "la clausula de reserva"
el sistema de clubes en cadena,
las facultades del comislonado
de baseball, la seleec6in doe ju-
Sgadores y la i ocallsacin geo-
grhtica do los clubes, peko acla-
.rti que trataria' de comprobar
a exceptumrse el baseball
ley contra monopolize por-
Sque las demands acogidas a la
misma podrian pone" en peligro
los medios de vida y las inver-
siones de miles de personas que
actualmente dependent del base-
ball organizado.
";a cliusula de reserve" es
i sla atipulaci6n en el contrato
que un jugador firms al Ingre-

SDosmIan so perflla
Sconmo campe6n de la
OP4A e Fut de Colon
COLON, Agosto 2 (B.Q.)-
Con todo ixito se cumpino los
juegos do la Liga Provincial do
Fftbol de este sector. El do-
mingo ultim o salieron airosos
*n aBus compromises los equipos,
Sdrtivo Doaman do Is di-
m mayor y Argielles y Cen-
d tr de Ia categoria mesonr.
VstoV partidos me voeriflcaon
o n Iat cancha de l Eatadio loal
8' poder manifosltar qu e l
i ico que vali la pena, por lo
Simonadoa de la lucha y las ju-
gas espectaculares que se de
,*W;iollaron, fue el que ofrecie-
r mn Joe equipos Centuria y Ama
pwaa que termainaron con un
mrcador de don tanto a uno.
Sn el rensto del prograins el
equlpo d e segunds Deporti vo
,Aglelleos vencl6 a aus rivaleso
-del "Panama Sporting" por el
kbultado score le 8 goals a
cqyo -y dempuis en Is division
mayor el equipo Deportivo Fe-
ift, cay6 derrotado por cinto
tantos a cero, para asegurar asi
t Bparte cl titulo del present
-irb lao emuchachos del Dosman.

So exhibe hoy la
-pelicula de la pelea
La comentada plea que sos-
tunxieron Ray Robinson y Ran
K .dy Turpin donde al pugil ingles
RI- rXebat 1 el titulo mundial de
po medo al oIboxeador n orte-
tamericanoa, se exhibe hoy en
pelicuslas simultineamente en
-k, teatro Bella VItta y Tropi-
&-Rate encuentro, uno de I o
.'ats discuidos de los ltimos
,,MomBpos result unr sorpresa
pr Ia excellent actuacl6n del
"Y. gis, quien se impuso abler-
"%mente al ex-campe6on.

e res deportivas
I^ eximiben esta noche
lia el cuadro Sta. Rita
In ei campo do Santa Rita
exhibinin etst noche pelicu-
ins do anotivos deportlvos, con-
tlnuando sas Is campania em-
'* pe'endida pars e1 mejoramnlente
| nuestro deport.. La funcl6n
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Estados Unidos Victor Asprifla Joe Louis vencid6 por dec. Asi

listen nmonopolios y Lu DiaZ a Idn en renida pele e
an sgrim conhaeso.h
de~~ ~~~ &a 3 i~S-3 rigu 4u or~c6 UR& valiente y aecghute pre-l
de las 6. Ligas i-" v-
a l drechos e--uo aeeMtad6n captadose la simiiatfa ely pmedldco --
. sar a una novena concedlendo Balanceada cartilla de boxeo | y media de S t
- a eata las derechoa eaclualvos amateur se celebrara esta no- ma A 11 ee ye da doI lsjesos S
do sus serviclon mientrad dure che en el Glmnasio Nacioal SAN SIRANCWCO. Agosto 2 a Bri6n por 10 ciaul stuvo an- as u, s ero Hotel ElC= ,-
au carrera salvo que la novena en el cual tomian part ptigle* (tTp),--BuDmostado um miejo- grand hasta *I final de la pe- Psalogar is lau- Lu m Hot-l .A
- decide vender 0 traapamar su aficionados blen conocidoes par re fotnas en muchos afioa, Joe lea. ,sel4 1saebuisones deI las
contract. Algun hn aducido sus habiliddeds dentro do" las Louis as Rauso anoch de-d Baseball delo(
quo 6sto infringe los derechos cuatro cuerdas. delae-unlme onlsp que AB r duoosdoderraar i e a a dorm
Br16A peari do m dorrsota-Como ar Cu~iae, 7 do In ebast fdel
de un pelotero para tratar de mostuvo a dleq altom con C6sar Drihn socomaldadcomo Cariey = C dao icual f n 1Ri
obtener un contrato con una La pele quo ha deapertado Br16a pte 15,000 espectsdoresnr,
novena dispuesta a mejorar el interns estari a cargo do t oo quoovac1on5rn0 delmrtadoeen- cads ,v squeu p tn sae 1a0 P41Wtn 'icoVeeI I
BU salarlo.fr ? %& :;::"'l^0'1 ^
suTs Cob.buno de I inmorta- iazonoVicor sprla orequLenLi t lP60arsentino pr va- esta tsciuladsin rdudshaguna En 1 0 nion equo ar-
ca inmorta- Diaz y mitor Anprante quienesqua ilenari do bote en bote el rin hasft o dosaingo cuando
lea del baseball dijo quo a 3e se han preparado con sumo a-am."Cow Palace" d San Frnca-ta
dejara que los .quipos mias ri- mero par. brindai un combat Lo uis oln pe6 207 lobras, co. r anuaois 6n do
cos contrataran los mejores pe- realdo de campana a campana. dlo deapaeds de la plea que l rad as 1"7 V1"
loteros de otras novenas aca- Tambibn lebe resultar luci- e lito pare reconquistar IaEts mafia Brl6n no quiso Isa IV S ebaiel C' -
barian en la coc tencia de- da en todos sus aspectoa el en- Coroni6an e vaquif momento. hablar mueho,, ya que as en- ribs, a on 190. Ade- 6 ).
portiva y Ford = Presidente cuentro entire Eduardo Orlmasa- U so esado l i- cuentra bastaine maltrocho por min me oosmmderar ia admiul6n Lano .: a ) (IKomaChw
de ia Liga Nacionial dijo que y JosO Mendoza quienes lucen Aue ptles quo aoetro con Br n at poles 4. enooho. lbs midi- a Ia Vo tedracel6n do Colom- %W (Mayr*
at deported "es algo mis que muy bien para eats combat. plen poeu 190 libras, el ox-cam con l. coxI bgls tors puntos on bla y posiblemente de Mixice.
una hola de balance y una El program complete quo se po tennd 1al declar6 quo "data el ojo Jiqlto uno an delan GOS T CA
cuenta renovable anualmente presentaria eta noches el t i haid un d las ms duras derecho y p 6rdne dl i- Ms d ConedeW- 3de a -
con lan negoctao.nes quo per- guiente: el a diet asaltos quo he sos dico ha pompuesto sa uogre0 o6n Aountarihl dia or Ma, :la m JraiPedrgste. yL
mite un aumeotto en los asla- t ondo on mi vida", y agreg6 a Argentina, y no ero hasta cl don Raid Arango, Presidente de MAr do toot.: am Jr.w W.y LoM.
rios y quo uive -para impedir Toty Ellas vs Rub6n Andrade- quo adloeuA esporaxdo pars .domingo cuando part& pars Lila4 doPanama y de; a -I iahBI..I'
Iqua log clubes rices se quoden 105 libras li ConfedealA dotde Caribe;amsis- VIeiU -16 46 A. sone:
con oos majores#jugadores. ____ v Wr id Charles y Joe ntirin delegaolodes do log pahiol INmesG rP yR.-
f Ty Cobb narr6 Como me levan- Luis Dias vs Victor Asprilla Walcott Las 15,000 peronas que vie- afi Md og mo an Delegao NOTA:,W esd. ele, Wdr. -esB aftla. I
qt6 de muchacho humde al lu- 114 lbra La taquilla .produjo r 6,55 6- ron a Bri6n on acc6a anochle Ie Co0bla, sreditatdo on Isk 7:w& e 1 ISt Mart"s leS: p.m.a
gar que ocups en la comunidad lares m 10,000 d6lares por soationen quo 0 argentino lie- priap meon t earAeter .de ob- El eip quo aoon pIatoe a Ia her IPeded
.y dijo que se lo debia al base- E. Grimesa. v Josi Mendoa d s do iul ea vaba Ia ple mpatads con servader, tambldn asistira cil forflt.
ball. El baseball Organizado ha 118 libras re md perdio Louis hasta el soxto asalto. Ade sefio Robert Finch, director de
permitido a centenares de noi tue levtid6n. p r rad mas, Bri6n as uno de loa pocos Reladolee Pablsoas de la Ago-
muchachos progresar, tiene que Juan Moreno vs G. Villarreal L demtr6 et ombres que so han. atrevido a olaola Wadoal de Ligas Pro-
hicerse algo para proteger a)l 120 libras uis dmsto6esn en r crusarse golpes coi @el ex-cam-, feilonaues d Baseball d4e lo EI iV fll i f Yaqis y ig
baseball en Is formal omna hoy buones condieiones, PeoreIs for- i tavuuswai'yua sapeceen-vuaqusw11 -1
baseball en la foaBrin seIoms h nt6 pe6n mundlal durant o n tados 1Utes y quen proceden-
iexiste. Ea una grin fuersa h Alberto Lawrence vs V. Ruis 010B.r64 cn as l M6asalto y maOi 1d aMoo rte. to de Miaoi, 1eg6 oets, madru-
exiate. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 0 Enmnga urae iotoLwec s .RI -Oclmpe6n Is conqulsto Q E c caro smfxlo 41.pbio a aaeurtdoTcno.
nuestro palsa." 120 libras aplauso deliante deon eSpecp n el cuarto -t #l pico sda AMpuerto de Tocea.I
d-res. En an asalto--l cua-to- apIa u 416 dellrantemente a Maana una youtermitada Ia a la nIrm a y el
Sustitutos : Ioudor.ni soalonfrno- Bri6n, volviendo a aplatirto de *ea6n mugrul, la delegaelo-.
E y Duran dete oy Tess Ramor vs E. Juan Ceosa idt a onip siye ru iual manners al trminar lma pe- e) s soaftbisdaa per 1 Preal- P r eb n
El ~ ~ ~ ~ E TaylordfiesdeE.OY Jsu Ra os iuan henVo m:lea. de~ta do U, CouWItS N WellE flM U Use-
cu invicto frenit. A __id____.,___ _durante Psi ,-_ R&41 paw CAvioltatim W
nutat volviendo cast locos a lon La ma'l olsc~asa Vl~tut4 ARpbia o
TaierSosa n ols E CubLasllsl epectadorem quienex gritaban z' deportivoo ban slmapatisade con Ali -% aroseuous, con .1Seril ]adoISPftwtua V"14dado am menciflo en IV a ptimol
aoS on cuello e s e paraban on el argentino y dicsn o sus fin do saludarlo y luego de esa Lila Athrle 6a estrada.
Taller doiae Bolos ElIIU Cllib Daalsa;?T ,*ff n f ^^ ^^H "s;"' A ^*i tB
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS iMe Pe lasi sL hae. le i cr6nicas que Bri6n tiene made- visit, ment agasajados con un Desputs de perder por ocho .
Toreo d los iene reunion hoy ns itro ,e ra de caMPe,. Dspui de is *luetoebe 4 .l Hotel 1 1Pans- a nure o n n JunoS liono dEnslogotfS.Uobs 4 laLI
A p rtol, ex-ca ripo mediaIs plea, Dck l dlick, crlistsa a, ofreoee por io. igect"es al-ernat h I's Yanquls .S gaAm erie Is
Cafe Durin.........4 0 1. 00f El Club Laa llista doe- Pans- AS1 ea a mD dbe 'ut. B--- do Ia B eracl6 do Base- Nueva York degrotua en 01 Clvlan n Impuderan a I5
Dep. Morris ....... 7 1 m875a mitiene exta noche importan- l mos a uatos L s astuto y dure de polar. 'A b4Jl GOcaribe. segundo w.8 Times 16 pear 6. l5doren dol Washington pDo
Pluocho ........... 5 3 .625 to reunion a las 8 en 01 Sal6n n l mo e uno do lu lejores pigilgitas Un ft secIllo do e' argw Kell Orreras a 4 9 40s Medlas
Futrometldos ...... 5 3 '.25 Bolivariano con el fin do tratar oxesdor dgtonr, hy. L Io aIcino quo I r, aay ed e 1 p t o l OAa
T pic.... y adar an d artin, po e s"aetdecisiva quo a-alox AtItos

trcald 5udMax 0ynpro o rS 6 din. de arando gnT -an dia paados _ni_ CANTIAGO, At4t i (Corran ex-yanl Charles Pn r 4aeras L.
Royalsentndos5 dia a dia partrdos general, prlo qu me p-d6 a pr do trarsque Uen CendAF r --- i duelo enael er 1 ue
Keller. Losni s maSaron0

Ilens den corein g A n c E el *^ 1t t1 I~pel~h u el"pti mo saltool 1yoro&Mn o a Fee I dqu la l d taorg ente~~ doo . a, el/ le i qduee_ nnuve iatsgqu ro
at.o ......2 6 .o 6 25 do e punatua l asistencia. tarc mbaleante an'10nptiem qno.e prAftt e. ysto mneotnr. de i lme a Lt a a l
nato. n 8r 1 oscd Y or de1.tedaFe250tbaMlctd sdo npoeoer q e Mel pueblo ede r .
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Lsle 17 e 14 1 510 Frente rgan-of Rd "b.eA Vatrehr el r u s.ees l losa deS otea on- en *t cd qud d el
El torno do bolos lJantzen" Y so o de toloqrmaro nabod t de-l sepanrp t aoc al
continHa con todo 7xitbn e lagsM p c dddlioninnn
canchas del Club Martinz, pro-d dopndde I u pada anire b IeA, undo (Ii&o o*

L pntuac7n 818div 23cid ooa les suced am l01o I pdal qu 61 trBETO qua IAspa t despin sdto qe desep diKs IS I r0d.
T Ioh plrn d 6 o e quo ta n ictao e uier ponsa )-Ls inteCrant.. *Wao en a -ua

Tee 4 1314 48frzdocnvnenene egachadelprmf ugrde lohoando feam yolado lu dsos Ilugandorsdlou-I iddd ato oste a a. oslt. on sritos ehtastsm quor penarf
PIm 115e15 ntes 410 presel ando en lid a rena mayor de baeltbl da otronflorx e uado envlit rae sicB cohag o la trn arrad. dellstatAoa .
Bul y1on nla ~ auscruseta ndolus- 1com nuristo a el Otdela e o iond i od las &ee=ra del n n

TAtr Toia l nnlog E 6 ro m ze ats 6 -ee mnus r ob o r an 41"m a erm ic d N. aonatl imaledlCm biabMeC ment)N.1 6.d alo pe6 go mu mm b Car-
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go Ilns declrd de su Hot^%*.icsts* tnunfron Senl sus ar-, Itm on~a ^ oleo astrdas qua.I^^
1n 1711t31 2510 rideuna obuelralsEnoe reuodo d l *ou de l los irodeado:ra Uad tpaoa deSani.ago.etr s lta ds onK e ontrate f046e

i E st a ~ t a ts En a g deno hdelnl rach o y l d e an do c at epug.- Wl a Ead lDrC M a f rmad manM ylag rit u a 0del: uhis a N Isy
gaand 13d oud3 13 3l po r deaela dy no dedoe e Y u Informarla..ndaunque3 es 2poHporIondo Ep veai d qrous Mostxon Pua. i oAe 5 tRojondel Clcinattlvtasn o
cs sero ies Lnd57y 1 t oino Lon1ui ts Ront Slo r q uo epddo n31 Sl L r r e n t qu he plaveniguar Al.eo Gt -irros-,-Don l Smith,0lPrtI tao & r a La incacarr o l
tvmne urnlog mayoress Eatadio Olisnpico, el Dip. Ora- ditigaLouiscon g ncho a a nd sue- re~poCtOpud no Iad~~caa eso cel utriolamienso poluCario h..lPd encuftt~p ocurr16 on inaegsft

La puntuacm6ninrdividuals q Iu ttai dco te a in n- daTquoI dntrourQn Is cars,1u i senoarM a s. Los Fb a oM o DM anrunt III eroe W l St- lad 4 1. Neo n a
taja al Dep. Freost.Patr16tico. midentdeqla d Foclhraci6n y rt-t 10 D Him A rAda.t

It siguiente: E 1r53l quo 44 ct npde mieard eu R s r do e Dicho comlo hat pnviado a I& oad n..habo pr d.o o 7- d- b n

El P ran ;SS ;l tu ;o qus ro7m 7e pun dr se nta te PdenIs la c Pa. Mto%.droel estino, Jos4 B Fe uSA OCil t
Ciudad calitalra uno deane i x000 nuaY^^ I& tird? MuI
TEATRO TROPICAL pana pTeads dfnall-- ns a cm pra a b le R Ep 0 r Vedaguas, du cFederadomqua liedsa corapa ause do -m d xnf dino .ernyton k uP qa
Rio y 14f 3 17 44 sub-Coampe6netetin atloavde lanmet3 al y heastrco mayor imnte es puslart en el viaje aospao me eln te l c dg tA t "4eAr0t" t azt, a
RicoTONo 1p aore 1 41don r una maldJran a ocup- dcnaco f y amim d el equipo aludido at l Salvador. do activanlo rIo sepreparatv drq o C oretiarm B4dabo c d a Iot
12 17el Co1n Ie5n 7 o elna Dtar o uaid ,I ercl a 1r el Iaucnt us oquoeprest61jl flost Itto co I c. ets ,*Wle Am o 4 yte a
128 146 42a Pateuiens dae tL la p6 u qu i el m pddne loFederac1a6n 0 .bcyperes qeuo1, pul v ts- M Oid

de Bza l o2e1 71 157gi r pdi oe d e m a t renun co n l dr c t or d e pr im t a n o nlamrO l toS et a l os d ep ora Oe spe n q e a t o w *u e-b o v & .R..
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VicHandicap 13 13 13 39 ey eraro A8re0y*lW CskemMintt.Emilo-de Basketr- ,y"CO
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a de le e rrrn ls o o14 ppr l0 d r de o *de aci6 no t -uvi

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715 779 818 2311 Comoprendorper alos Ido "-1"Frente cI
del Azteca. yp qu l odulfi lach de 7qu0 he Ino quo Bo A 3. ii cHsteta edLLb

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buenos e eneuaaoroa con au |l fR-c flbVt 61\ 'Com Prsdet de Is, Tue 01 P]Md M"^k to Brandt'
A. Damlin 176 147 156 479 baenos ocuentvan0 08 gar do Is mayor manaculina con taci, una carts, &I ComIt a & p6ximo domingo de Panami- OiAa Ao 3%-,.
J. DamiAn 166 154 197 517 maca cidvOncron a loas ~triunfons obro 01 Cirdenas Nacion'S Olimpico, manifostin Col6n-Panami, me muostra raly CiAO gn. tJ-
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triunfo sabre Io x g1anllleroa. che e Danar v cl6 en ofd augdo ot"mf tre Ig1oaD *Aa1utriumlI=:anTinRftl&1 mu W vitB fin"
Esta noche jugarin Tallerx juega i a Crdenas par s s-did municb a slic Is A yteca y 16agn agetoC lnter B anblIl
Saseers y CfienDunn, donde los Nuevainente dej6 ~ci6n do 34 a 28. Homobona Es- 'miajo dol quipo Idaduwito a ZI I ac16n. Cftb Clilia-ArV=- 91a- munfe Rotblatt m act~e
cafeoro delondn s inicto D con00512 puntos, Rosita Salvador, cuande sunca is ip ga ito Crft, lEdualft SmIth. 24 1111oGos e0l1,MuiTamN.Z
mecanicos ucand ientpars qald o n anoue la Henazo con 9, Halt 7yPerigault L416 un paso str~in. Los vean- COMUNICADO DEL Mguips]A~llmaPedro 3OyedJr.: Go nando 4 y perdlende dWs
mecinicoslucharin ara de-eon cinco puntos cads usa I uc- (04 no labn01 djfoquoe DEPORTrVO AUTECA
I jar 01grupo donotaguadia. ~ aa R..01 ronlax155mejores. 4e1 equlpo ga- lohan hecho 91 basketball, 1 e&oI'1oq~poAtes
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sina noheIgedeai directienvaunon ela et.. ARIIYAOME

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