The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01193
 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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01193
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FANAMA, 3. P., M .a., AUGUST 1ll


gway Holds Off Peace
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U U damb. cement-hauler perhs preo eriu
i .'e .~k~uck near Las Cmnbrea.
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An American *jsslonary work.
r was killed anSfour otherahos-
iLtalaed Baturday night In a&
reak' accident which. Involved
even cars.on .the Boyd-Roose-
'elt Highway nor La1 Cttmbrea,
Ellen Kep 5Mui, a reietnt ef
panama whobft&d With t4-

Jorpe Yin, 39,
al Knight, 938,
36, al Pana-
)italled with

et report re-
Buick sedan
abaum was a
into aArars-
talled on- AIhe
my near Las
n two otie*
I Colon also
e other cars
o stop at the
ing to rembye
n when they
r speedhn to-

hie truck
ked cars,
I Pnto the

Hr which

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tendiXg the bleedIng Miss hMen-
The driver of the cement truck,
Euataci6n Manuel Falques, de-
clared that his brakes 'were tem-
porarilyout of order at the time
of the collision. .

WoWmn lye Ihwr,

Husband Vici

St Hospitalized
rThe preliminary hearing of a
felony charge against Rosarlo
rrioda Brito, a -year-old Pan-
amanian who threw a solution of
lye on her husband's. hed and
chest was postponed utl Thur-
day In this morring's sesst~ of
the Balboa MagIstrate's Court.
Bail was set for $200, and RosaLo
rio 1i in the custody of orgas
Hospital officials where she is re-
ceiving treatment for burns to
h6r left eye.
Last Friday Agustin Brito, a
32-year-old Panamanian resident
of La Boca reported to the Pedro
Miguel police station that his
Wife had just throat lye. on his
head and chest. Brito was put
under a water faucet knd rinaed
with fresh water.-He'Ihil severe
burns on the left side of h)s face,
left eye, cheat, left tar and por-
tion,. of his left side. Be was sent
to Gorgas in an ambulce, and
Is stUI confinqdI ft the hAptoL
Mrs. Brito wa bro t to.tbhe

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was n a
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after A dramatic
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i arh $508,

Si In (anal Zua

TII government of th aied
States this morning csked 30-day extension 'of time nt the
$50,000 suit filed against thetuby
Mr. sad Mrs. John C. Bo1i0 In
Tennessee with regard to t t!ac-
cidental death of their 5-year.old
son. Joln C. Blohme, Jr.. 1jCoo-
rozal S1a year. The e.tegtiloh
was grated by the Blohmo At-
torneys, Collins and McNevi'.
The suit accuses th" gpvwrn-
ment agencies of negligence* in
permitting a dangerous cndl-
tion to exist in an area In Cot fal
that was used by children As a
The fatal accident which in-
volved the Blohme youngster oc-
curred last August when. a 600-
pound section of iron rail, used
as a part of a fence In the Coro-
zal General Depot area, fell from
its 40-inch high supports onto the
boy who was playing near the
fence. He was sitting astride one
of the rails which was unfastened
and made a sort of seesaw. When
he. slid forward to the ground,
the rail became loose and crush-
ed the boy's body.
,The child died four hours after
being rushed to Clayton Hospi-
tal of laceration of the liver,
shock and hemorrhage.
The plaintiff. John C. Blohme.
was at the time an employee of
the Department of the Army,
Ordnance Branch. He worked
and lived at the Corozal General
Depot. The suit was filed in
Tennessee on April 17 of this year
and forwarded recently to the
U.S. District Court in Ancon.
The Blohmes have a 9-year-old
daughter Jacklyne and are now
living in Tennessee.

6-Year-Old Skins
Elbow In Brush
With Moving Car
A skinned right elbow was the
only damage incurred B'turday
evening by a 6-year-old Ameri-
can boy, William 0. M when
he ran from the curb Ia front
of the Tivoli Hotel Into the de
of a slowly moving vehlem,.
The car was, driven by Ru-
elides Tufton. a chauffew em-
poyed by the Signal OCps at
Fort Clayton. ,
The child wa examined bv
Dr. H. 0. Deeln. and the 4ase
was referred to the flSior
Traffic Officer for final dis-
The Arey chid Is the son of
The new Pubbe Affairs Offiteer
of tWhe United State aus
in Pantma. fe tvls al
pf.rent9 at tne "Nol BNL

Legal Fig i Against

C.Z Tax. Uder Way
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On behalf of about 660 ollents
who retained Attorneys Collins
and McNevin to resort to lgal
channels to fight collection of
their Income taxes, the law firm
has failed with the Bureau of In-
ternal Revenue a claim for .re-
fund of all tax deductions made
from their clients' salaries s since
Dec 30, 1950.
(Up to July 1 an estimated 1A,-
000,000 in withholding taxes had
been deducted from the pay
checks of those considered as
coming under the law.
(part of this sum was deducted
from the pay checks of those who
have sought legal counsel to de-
fend them.)
The claim ia filed on behalf
Ray B. Wells, for himself aw7&i
the others, whose names are at-
tached to the document.
F iing of the claim Is only. th
first step in what both the attor-
neas and their clients realize will
be a long series of legal moves.
The lawyers have said frankly
that they expect the claim to be
This will clear the way for the
filing of the actual suit. as the
government i not entertain a
suit until the administrative re-
medy has been .exhausted.
Clients have been Informed
that an Injunction will later be
asked to restrain further deduc-
tions from their wages, but it is
ftpected that thip, too, will b4
,lateles the decision on thl

Ui case W


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The claim is for l 1 luc-
tions oajy. It give iSI the
following five pointI whib- cons-
titute the grounds oq which the
plaintiffs will chae to 0 the
lawyers that impodtlan f, tax
on federal US. cttlW employes
onthe ZOne s unlawful: -
() Taxti Witheout epre-
sentmia .Becau of the.unique
leg1l status- of the Cantg Zone,
United States ptizen 4oMiciled
there hive night of rtesen-
ta tio n Ji r... "
(2) DdrimaNor. ais
discriminatory In that It lays a
tax on U.S. oltIent in the employ
of the U.S. foSitnient a= leaves
untouched lun4reds of -S. citi-
sozens living In ad eminployed In
,the Zone. Among these are em-
ployes of petroleum companies,
building contractors, banks, . .
concessionaires, etc .
(3) tresumptlon Centrry to
Fact. (This relates to the ques-

Boyle WIll Not

Quit As Democrat

Party Chairman

-Willam M. dyle Jr chair-
eman of the Democratic Ntional
Committee, after a coherence
with Preuident Truman today.
said he ,. had no intention of
quitting under fire.-
Boyle 'has been aued of
receiving al $8,000te frftom the
American LiUthfold Carp,"which
received a $55,000 loan from
the Reconstruction Finance
Boyle today repeated his
statement that he played no
part whatever in the granting
of the loan, and never discussed
It with anyone In the MIOC.
Boyle denounced as "pure
fabrication" another report
that he was a member of a St.
Louis group which tried un-
successfully to get control of a
nickel processing plant to Cuba.
Senator Harry F. Byrd. D.,
Va, meantime demanded that
Mr. Truman "procrastinate no
longer In declaring whether
Boyle Is guilty of usng his in-
fluence to obtah the RFC

Defense Exercise
Set For Malta
VALUITA. Walta. Aug. 6 (UP,
-Aircraft ips of the
North AtImul V treat powers
will take p In t bipgest-
ever defen m mnclae found the
shores of IpI AUg. 1 through
The eti& I ah d United
States M rti a fleets.
together wih Itaian naval
ants atnd Wth M saa land
based plamn, .B e iMne to
defe aul sa& e island.

ton of whether the employes are
paid from a source within or
without the AStedStates.)
., (4) Tiolatidw( & tuay QbUliga-
t us. (This ritltdM to the effect
:n the economy-of the Republic
of Panama by the -mposition of
the tax.)
15) This paragraph, charges
that the 1ifpositl1ioX. the tax
violates the "dwproses" clause
asmilar to that 'I the Constitu-
tion of the Un1td;4tat, which
is also e~bodiOd In .the Canal
Zone code. ..

CurundV Youngster

Iured SiMeftg

famemde bgun
An American teen-ager was
In Gorgas Hospital toav after
*ring a homema hotgun in
Cuarundu Saturt l bt.
tichara Partrldge, 13-year-
Ijesident of Curundu, re-
celIed powder brna on the
fqge and deep lacerations of the
rht cheek. an- right thumb.
l condition wa reported as
nbt serious.
A police report -Id that the
fun, 18 inches of inch pipe
mounted on a .woodn frame,
was manufactured the boys
in the nelghb rhlood}oA coupling
W"Acuret *r and of

Powdef'Kenmeyd from shotgun
shells wag poured into the bar-
rel, and a fuse from a fire-
cracker inserted.
The Victim held the gun to
his shoulder while the fuse was
lighted by William Le Blanc, a
12-year-old and also a Curundu
resident. The Partridge boy
was injured when the plug was
blown backwards.

Hems Go Down,
Prices Go Up
In Paris Market

PARIS, Aug. 4. (UP). As
hems go down, prices go ul
in the Paris couture market
this seasons Foreign buyers,.
faced with spiralling priest
for the latest fall fashions
were reportedly "Indignsait
over prices as high as $1,1ft
from some of the top houses.
Suits from Jacques FPat
run from about 8700 this ea"-
son while fall ereations from
Christian Dior go even higher.
"It's a Paris trademark, It's
that certain esprit that
counts," ene of the fashion
offcals explained.

8 Cadets Ask

Courts Martial

At West Point

WEST lf., .Y.,Aug. 6 ((P)
-Eight cadet among the 90 or-
dered dismissed from West Point
demanded courts martial yester-
day and charged they had been
"threatened with Imprisonment
at Leavenworth and loss of citi-
zenship" It they did not admit
to classroom cheating.
Four of the tight, who declined
to be identified by name, said
they were members of the foot-
ball team. Another said he was
on the boxing team.
"The board told us they would
send us to Leavenworth and that
they would revoke our citizen-
ship if we failed to confess to our
supposed, crime," one of them
"We have asked them for the
court martial time and time a-.
gain, but they refuse to give it to
About 20 parents of boys in-
volved have arrived at West
One father revealed he visited
Maj. Gen. Frederick A. Irving,
academy superintendent, and
told him the boys had a right to
courts martial. He said Irving
told him he had received word
from Washington that such pro-
ceedings were not to be consider-
ed in the case ofythe 90.
The eight stated their views
shortly after the captain-elect
of West Point's f otball team and
one of the 0 or red discharged
sad that 9 .f l n n

Harold Loehleln, 24, Kimball,
Minn., who also Is president of
the. clas of '52, issued a state-'
ment which he said voiced the
sentiments of the men charged
with cheating.
He said cadets have been help-
ing one another in exam$ for
years and that there are many
more men at the academy who
have not admitted their guilt,
Another cadet who said he was
on the football team, said he had
written out a list of "over 100
others who I knew cheated also
but nothing was ever done to
nI refuse to leave here until
some of the guys who are respon-
ables for this go with me.
"e all feel that the finest men
inWest Point are among the 90
who. ar being dismissed."
Success In Treating
Sao Paulp Typhus
1 NEW YORK, Aug. 6 (UP) -A
Johns Hopkins Hospital bulletin
reports some .success in six uut
of seven .cases of Sao Paulo
typhus which were treated with
8ao Paulo typhus is identical
to Rocky Mountain spotted

TOKYO, Aug. 6 (UP) General Matthew Ridgwoy
urgently summoned his United Nations ceasefire negotia-
tors to Tokyo today, conferred with them on the suspend.
ed Kdesong talks, and held them on call here overnight.
This virtually ruled out any resumption of the talks
Ridgway's hIadquarter; also finally announced offi-
cially that the United Nations negotiators are seeking a
truce-fine based "in effect"'on the present battlefront.
Radid Peiping has broadcast in detail the trade lie
which the Communists claim the United Nations are
It said the line would compel the Communist armies
to retreat up to 25 miles from their present front and "we
absolutely cannot accept it."


UN Column Gains

Nearly 6 Miles

North of Korangpo
8TH ARMY HQ., Aug. 6 (UP)
-One United Nations column
advanced nearly six miles to-
day north of Korangpo, 15 miles
east of Kaesong.
Another struck west across
thl Imjin River and ran into
three Communist platoons. It
scattered them and advanced
another 1,000 yards.
Southwest of Kaesong, Com-
munist batteries fired 3 34
rounds of mortar and artillery
shells at the United Nations
forces without causing any
This British cruiser Ceylon
teamed lth United States car-
rier pilots in blasting entrench-
ed" Commn'unlts southwest of
Haeju, on the west coast.
The Australian frigate War-
ramunga, the South Korean
frigate Apnok and the British
frigate Mounts Bay hit other
west co.V% targets.

Dewey Believes
Reds Planning
Indo-China Push
CANBERRA, Australia, Aug.
6 (UP) United States Repub-
lican Party leader Thomas E.
Dewey said here today that he
believes the Communists want a

Ridgway suspended the Kae-
song peace talks Saturday be-
cause the Communists violated
the neutrality of Kaesong by le;-
ting armed troops go near the
conference house there.
Ridgway is still studying a
Communist assurance that the
violation will not be repeated.
$e has given no hint of his rea-
son for summoning his truce
team back to here.
Previous to Saturday's suspen-
sion the talks had been deadi-o1 -
ed for 10 days over the location of
the truce line for any ceasefire.
Speculation on reasons for
Ridgway's holding his team here
centers round these points:
1) Though they appear anxious
to resume the Kaesong talks tlh
Reds may have staged thetr;arm:-
ed violation to win a breathing
spell' for high level Red discus-
2) Ridgway, after consulta-
tions with Washington, may
have decided that the talks.ar9
hopelessly deadlocked an .=4 hW
to remain so uale the C.
alst leadeshipA
.) The s"den re
part of a get tough "y
signed td f ake the Initiatve a.-
way from the Communists;
4) Ridgway may be going to
demand a change of site for the
conference, having decided that
meeting in enemy territory pro-
vides an *improper atmosphere"
for Armistice negotiations;
5) United Nations allies fi the
Korean war, particularly Britain
and France, may be pressuring
(Continued on Page 6, Col. )

Puerto Rican GI
In Hospital After
Attempted Suicide

ceasenre in .orea so tney can A Puerto Rican soldier who
prepare for all-out attack In- attempted suicide S u n d a y
dochina. morning was *reported not in
Critical condition at the Naval-
le said Indochina must be Hospital in Coco Solo today.
regarded as the frontier for Pvt. Jose J. Santiago-Sosa. of
Asia, Indonesia, Malaya, Aus- "0" Battery in the 903rd AA.
tralia and New-Zealand. Gun Battalion of Ft. Clayton,
*" He said if this frontier was was on duty at Gun Position
conquered Asia was lost to 30| on the Atlantic Side when
the West spiritually if not ml- he shot himself in the chest
litarily. with a 30 cal. carbine.
He was immediately taken to
He claimed the West's great- the Naval Hospital for treat-
est anti-Communist weapon in ment. An Army spokesman re-
Asia is food, and technical as- ported that the case was being
distance for food production. investigated further.

Daredevil Ripped To Death In Attempt

To 'Ride' Falls; Now Brother Will Try

-Daredevil William "Red" Hill
38, plunged over the raging. 162-
foot-high Canadian Niagara Falls
in a crude, home-made barrell"
of truck tires lashed together
with canvas yesterday, but the
craft was torn apart and the vet-
eran stuntman vanished.
His badly-battered, almost un-
identifiable body was washed a'-
shore on the rocks at-the foot
of the Horseshoe Falls today,
Corky Hill, weeping younger
brother of the dardevil riverman,
vowed today that he would ride
the Niagara Falls himself in a
steel barrel probably next Sun-
day, to fulfill his brother's death-
bed promise to their father.
Red Hill was the sixth person
to attempt the hazardous feat
and the third to die.
Hill, who had carried out the
instructions of his late lather, a
veteran riverman. by spurning a
barrel made of metal, entered the
'Niagara River at 2:30 p.m.. after
posing for photographers in mid-
stream. His barrel whirldd ever
the Horseshoe Falls at 3 p.m.,
and. 100,000 horrified spectators
watched It emerged from the
spray In pieces.
HMls family stood sobbing on
a dock after the shredded re-
mains of the barrel were found.
Norman Candler. who built the
betrr-s wee broken with grief.
all's black cocker spnileL

"Pal," leaped from the dock into
the water, but was pulled into a
police launch and sniffed
through the remains of his mas-
ter'p barrel.
Witnesses said the barrel went
over the falls slightly to the
right of where Hill intended.
The forward motion of the wa-
ter hurled it about 20 feet
straight out before it started to
Several persons sald It ap-
peared to be Intact when first
sighted, but flew apart as it
bounced out of the water, ap-
parently off a submerged rock.
Corky MacKenzie, a close
friend of Hill's. was the first man
to reach the remains of the bar-
rel. He said Hill's shoes still were
inside it.
"Corky" Hill and a crew of
three in a small boat below the
Falls. picked up three tubes
Which had been wrenched from
the barrel. A foam rubber mat-
tress on which Hill had been ly-
Inn was floating. in the boiling
current. Ten tire tubes still were
loosely held together, but Hill was
not in them.
"There is no one In It." young
Cotky said. "There Is no sign of
Hill's agfed mother. Mrs. Will-
am "Red Hill, r.. who had been
watched on a dock. sobbed and
"Where d:? Where
"Where Is be? Where is he?

That's my oldest boy and I want
* Just before entering the barrel,
Hill drank several glasses of beer.
He said he had slept well, but
wouldn't eat until after he had
completed his trip over the falls.
"People say it can't be done,
but I say it can," he said. "They
are betting on it right now and
the odds are against me. But
somebody's going to lose some
Hill entered the barrel at 2 p.m.
It was towed out to the middle
of the river and then pulled back
to shore again, but no reason
was given. Then the barrel was
hauled into the river again and
cut loose to careen down to the
More than 100.000 persons had
gathered around the great Horse-
shoe Falls on the Canadian side
of spectacular twin Niagara Falls
to watch Hill make the sixth
plunge through raging waters
and over Jutting rocks.
Three persons have made the
dangerous drop and lived.
The first, a woman, did It In
Before today, two had been
Many persons have committed
suicide by jumping into the river
above hifalls and being washed
to the a d below. Sometimes It
is m ays before bodies are

Hill, married and t -e father ot
one child, had a life-iong ambi-
tion to go over the Falls. His fa-
ther was a veteran river man and
participated in many daring res-
cues in the turbulent Niagara
The daredevil learned to swim
at the age of seven in the stream.
His father had told him many
times never to try to go over the
Falls in anything but a rubber
barrel. A metal one would mean
certain death, his father said.
Last year, Hill's brother, Major
Hill, started to make the plunge
in a metal barrel, but it became
caught on a cement abutment.
He got out of the barrel and it
was washed over the Falls, and
badly damaged on the rocks be-
low. '-
Today he said of Red's at-
tempt: "Well he put on a great
show "
Hill. weighing 155 pounds. en-
tered the 100-pound barrel about
three miles upstream from t
Falls. He wore a brn s.
shirt and slacks s | O
was a foam rubber
an oxygen mask. M.
hoped his craft woM
outer edge of the f
of water nid bounce *m t
the bottom.
Hill had shot theb hMM
lower Niageys River
and came out uneat t

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S.S. M aya ................................ .....Aug. 2
S.S. Cape Avinof ...............................Sept. 1
SWeekly Salings to New York, Lae Angele, tSan Vraneico, battle
Occasional Salings to New Orleans ad Mobile.
(The Steamers In this service are Ialted to twelve pa en)e)
vrequet Ioreight Saling, from Crltoobl to West Cort CMtral aertes
Crist6bal to New Orleans via s'.
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala aCritbal
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Shipping & AirLine News
NSA. Ship 'Harriet Tubman' carry the insignia of the operat-
TW Tranalt Canal ing company and the main truck
During Meandering Voyage will 'carry.the operator's house
The latest issue of "Ships and flag. In addition, the Harriet
Baling" carried the following: Tubman will show a special ECA
Re nt of tradit I o n a I shield painted amidship on each
t ker operation is the side bearing the to gan:
ned for the National "Strength for the Free World
Authority's Liberty Har- from the United States of Ameri-
n. The ship, operated ca."
h Government by the Mat-
aolvligation Company, set off Ul S
in April upon the first leg of a Mlsissippi Eleds
meandering global voyage. She E
rock at Tampa, Fla., for dis- New Anti-Trumlla
charge at ,Rotterdam, Holland.
There, she was due to take on a ruM r TAM u
full cargo of calcium-ammonium /9VUVU110 TomorroW
nitrate fertilizer for Keeling, For-
mosa, for the account of the JACKSON. Miss., Aug. 6 (UP)-
General Services Administration. Mississippi elects a governor to-
She is then due to go light to morrow from a field of eight can-
Bintang, Indonesia, to load baux- didates, all of them pledged to
ite and return with it through the oppose the renomination of Pre&a
Panama Canal to a Texas port. ident Truman.
Upwards of 350,000 are expected
... The Harriet Tubman is one of to cast ballots in the Democratic
110 Liberty ships taken out of re- primary. Nomination amounts to
serve fleet to carry emergency election since there is no Repub-
cargoes for the Economic Coop- lican opposition.
iptlon. Administration. She will The voters will also elect a
'the first ship to reach the Far lieutenant governor and a full
last showing the NSA's colors-a slate of state and district offi-
distinctive scheme which includes clals, an entire new legislature,
a gray hull with green boot top- and all county officers from
ping. white upperworks and gray sheriff down through beat super-
masts and spars. Funnels will visors and justices of the peace.

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maid. "He kept aftr
staying out late." "
Hawkins was once a
of the Texas legislature
a former amistant State
Oeenral. He was Ue al
numerous books dealing v
gal problems.

Sf 1 DALLA.,'"T Aua. (UP). -WaHLce Hawkins, rich Dauas r
6- ..,' "- '. ois man B attorney, was shot to death in bhi bed early yester- "He called and said his father
.da y hs 1 -year-old son, who aimly told detectives "Dad had had been killed. At first he
a 6 A .iHead A acks esS 5te vie p rayi out late atnirght.* claimed he had come home from
,e .Aa ,. 17_viden president of .Magno.la 1rietrum COp.fl y his date and gone to his father's |"
109"f .,am, and th ef a's hbief legal counsel, died while asleep nhis pisla- room for a talk. He claimed he
Gu .iZ otis.:.l.: foundh.s' father' dad." w be
notion's di"nl am IFt As $ onis0 T1ea w. lace, Jr.. confessed after thrie houri question- fund i.father dead" .." _|- .
nin QrJ| | rTIing. hnowing no remorse, he related details and led detectives Fritz said the yutn .will be 9 I
secrets." to a water' %ie several miles away where he had ditched parts charged in a juvenile petition and j '
They ased C rs for swift ctn n to plug the of -- f the td. turned over to Dallas County ju- "
SI wit plug ., venile authorities. Under Texas i
Ieed seuri / o RO WN. C., feet in the door" toward ending except for a caretaker, the fa- said we would with the empty law, he cannot be charged with
(gF).ur(P -A KU Klux Klan e sgreghtion in schoW. their and son were alone in the shell In the chamber and the murder or handled as a felons
Chl v t, 0.,.v of of th W f t Benmard Barichb It M Hamilton said Bliri Qa a sprawling estate. The son said bolt In place. The boy didn't The youth returned from a Ca-
Internal Se m ttN made f statement IM. mak- oapeech before L0 "Zionist Jew" and he had a date with his girl sat- shed a tear,".Frlts said. lifornia vacation only last Friday.
Sto % Conus about 20 maUs with trying to "regin the urday ht and came home to Before going to Ca ifornia he he
ing public f a committee k force which r. derstatesman plan- nation with federalcotr. find his father, who had spent The bullet struck Hawkins be- said. he worked with a geophysi- In
centlyI 4 in New Yrk'on the left-wing Amer.- atton lise. .Some 1,0 00 persons, wear- the evenhnt with friends, asleep. hind the left ear. Fritz said. "and cal survey crew in Canada "for
n i .. Tho.iuss Hamilton, Ing Klan robes which Ustely]*P- The husky youth said he took he must have died without know- a few weeks
cn %drago o the Carolinas nar at such meet ,.hard his .22 caliber rifle and entered ing what hit him. He was lying The reprimand which put him PANAMA AMER
Wyr1Hstif .hSat members of the union, which of the ien, also charged hlt Bmlton at a rally near Yau- his father's room. He told officers on his back in a natural sleeping at odds with his father occurred e
has been p oythi CIO for hewing too close to the ro leaders, are "gett Hanh Bony. Ba h este he pointedthegun at hifather's position, dressed in pajamas." before the trip to Canada, he
Communist Party Biue, aire able to intercept and monitor The meeting was one of'sa e- e eal close," and fired.
mesa ~-hWe I recret sent over Western Union Radio Pro gra n activity through Saot lace said he then disman- a oot.wor re
r te..aed a an "outlaw" facton stock in a closet and taking the look young and new a
ame of a, the ant p"i.blity director; Alfred "the A nocaton" of Geoa receiver and barre bl assembly to a tW ill carry you in safety lg
would posble for subvers s oumar, eretairy-treasurer,A Lo- aM plans headed by Imperial Wiz- waterhole several miles away.8A
withLn the union to sabotagethe cal40; and Mrs. Mole Town- ard SamW. Roper in Atlta. After his feaion to homi- a you u ooyear
wires Ahemse(es. asend, eordint and correspond, Hamilton said that "foreign rde Capt. Will Fritz, the youth r

Coat Gnard,e uee to tionsabout their alleged (ommu- Presens He charged that Baruch had rlun. We ftond it Just like he of safe riding-becase all work is d~bs
tweepts e d by nlst affiliations on grounds that Influence with high national skilledspecialistfactorytrainedn
Cozaunlstes thme ACA. their answers might tend to in- leader and was eel enact- thodGoo
The s ubcomuiat"t made, two criminate them. ment of widespread government metod. So see your Goodyear dealer
recomaenI etS:3. S, aessabilty of ACA Today, Monday. Aug. controls. Rely on him for regular tire.-iapeii
1) That C enact legila- tbers to Western Union M. Hamilton also said a Negro had erviceand for th world's
tion to.-deny.eertfficati q a a armesaes ias described to the' 3:30-Music for Monday been named to the Star u aBdua- was
baralrn -ent to any ~~~i beinimlattee by Joseph T. 4:00--Music Without Words tonal Finance Commistoh and retread work.
found to- e Comust I Eiahan a testing and regula- 4:15- d Rose show he criticized Commission Direc- EXTRA-MILEASE
trohe.o lab man, esinplyt who icsn 4:t0- t's Your F avormit tor E. R. Crow for the selection.
)Thft a opy of .th subeLa- no s member of ACA. HeU said 6:Hua-Latu Back IAnd Listen, d means new life for d

SLet" p utl for perury Counsel Richard Arena asked 7: SO0-8sort Review n1 mm1
ond i -ACA officers identied as Lenahan specifically if the In- 7:45-Here Comes Louis Jordan wWh i m m )AAu AA ^-
V^ wit ho ed the nai- Zormation transmitted over "the 8: 00-News and- CommkAd entry. et 300
Communist atidavit required tie-lines and leased lines by the Raymond Swing (VOA)
by theTat- l. defense agencies of this govern- 816-Platter Parade (VOA) Mexian T s Year
In all. seven offers of the un- ment" are available to ACA 8:45--attle Report (VOA) x aI I
ion were named present or members in Wqstern Union. 9:00-Story U$.A. (VOA) MEXICO CITY Au. 6 (UP) -
former Communists by witnesses "That inform nation is available 9:30-Commentator's Di gest Mexico and the United taes
testifying before the subcommit- to all those employes," he replied. (VOA) Mexico and the Unemit States
tee. Asked about the possibility of 9:45--Sports, Tune of Day and have ained a new migrant labor i
t'ey are Joseph P. Belly, inter- sabotage of the lines, Lenahan News (VOA) treaty that will send nearlyO00,-'
natonal president;s Domnluick said the "potential is great." 10:00-The World At Your Wit- 000 farms hands to work in ..
Pinza. internatlonalvive presi- "lirst from using the infor- dow (BBC) American harvest fields this year. .E
dent; Joseph Kehoe, terna- atnthat is transmitted ove 11:00-The Owl's Nest he G O O D YEA R D P A N A M A S.A .
tional seeretary-treasurer; Louis these circuits- that information Midnight--iin Off ed after six months of negotia-

tnd beonso ib hwsillredK enabe' exp nited ateos the IiB I TELEPHONE 2-121 PANAMA, R, P.
Slebenberg, international execu- could. be-given to subversive out- p o i oryerbs, thendo f llcriticaPH-NE--1A
tlve board member; Charles L. fit$-- and It-is also possible that Toeerew, Tuesday, Aug. 7 employers to fill critical agricul-
Silberman, editor of ACA News 80 t ember of the organization A.M. tural Jobs left vacant by Ameri- Dsr
the Jurisdiction of suspect- 6:00--1W On -- Alarm Clock can workers withientering def ayense n- Distributors:
11trte nd the Amem industries and the Armed o Services. m

e d womm would damS e 1th 12:00-NeOfs centers near the border. asgna-
"plant seriouly, neoessitatng a 71:30-MLng c alon e Officials estimated us moy as w r e d AUTO SERVICE, INC .
considerable amount of time to 8:15-N w (VOM 300,000 Mexica nsil TELEPHONE 2-181 1 PANAMA P.
put It backing shaped" he added. 8:10--crasy Quilt be hired and exported across the
W V. W oester Unko 8:45-Hawalan Harmonies border by the end of O19A1H ...._,_,...
t 6fto esmelency,ld the subco"- 9:00-A CaNewsll U Consul eneulal arl W.
Stlro t the union's interests 9:215--Sared Heart Program Str said he believed metcan
:00-News workers within the next 40 days.
the t cvd-P3:1 The I R1ttechow -
So f e 11 :30-WMsee t s 1the ,Baud u t .
Wesr. N.w .t " MeIENdinueI"brtr"cntrcttntfrom T t
wards wouu ldbe in p ltio 12:00-Ne y centers p ear the border. igna-
a ar Pa ad ad to read and t ea roy vernment 12:05- s Luncheon Music ture had been held up more than r e
playedTE4 a e messes. He a dethedre i no 12:30--Popular Music two wekes by Mexieo' insistence
e1 a Y i way to keep them away from 1:00-News upon transfers of recruiting ac-
Sr~l e Bretle oi n tbe na k. 1:15-Personality Parade tivitie to Mexico City.
dX ial e oulis-wlde, K m en Ia ey. Teo 2:00-A Call Fr m Le Paul .
S(0) 3? wa erolood 2:15-Date for. anch g
e hd aloo nerfe Keli w patsx uon eptoekn ow whe to hit 2:30-Sepirit of the. Vk ngs
ngu ..1we Not I hie it would dout e oost '2:45--Battlq of the Bands

#s12 Vod nd ed bee nt th." 3e the ou in :00-All Star Cor ert Hall, e o io
ped aJIS he 4s e h d l to ries he 43 3:15 -The Little Sohow0 o o a o
"ued way. balU 4ed :00-Radio University p P
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at .o 0 H il s Qom b ts 4:30-What's Your Favo c.te

ae i" perfectly "plal that thero Betee Caoa The a oto Herolves .11:00-TMe rw"s N e a: :
ere eo d pa:-AnAM te band STOnRte squeea p groplay of120' O If the batter had
epe ve mas ss e d p S re rou the Ealos:15-Evening and Th Aanion o pla y
.Wn l0 th alNt a th. M*d t UB Th aBra70ille uto o 0- HRISTU IYSCIENCE odcs
1 e Doble a double 4a t 7:30-PABSTes en RT REVIEW v a 1D U,
4 d44 S 6 64o a V Aochildren's story "The Great 7:45--amSession i U worked and the i dthe
iD de Ft ef las Short Cut, by- ee ella 8:00--NEWS (VOA) IF JUNIOR HAS TRIEDTo
in Braille, by the American .(VOA) favorite radio . er the B lg mred
PrintingHeouse oretthe Blindein O:4--NmeeveonrTusinesslliAbVOAutpieces..we canet!Ball gameis0 .o ve
"YNorthu had a iot of nerve bid- story represents the Panama 9:30-Commentator's Digest You'll be pleasantly ur- .
ding sixsapades," North said to Canal Zqne in "Stories from the (VOA) praised to seehowa littleit co, rth Unceta ties
played and the smoke had clear- the regional series, "Children of Day (VOA) phonograph on a sound h
ed away. "You couldn'tme six the U.S.A. b by Silvr s10 :00-HOTEL EL PANAMA playing" basis. Phone or
spds you 'no" +Burdett Company, textbook 10:-15-Musical Interlude write us today. we pik up
astust nod edably publishers, and compiled by Ma- er10:30-Variety Bandbox (BBtoC) andthr at north ndive brath
knew perfectly well that six lon Belden Cook. The other 11:00-ITheOwJ N est
spades would have bee madset. He books in the grouping are, 12:00-ig Central AenuOff
suspected a bits muorry when he bid "apptories byfrom the NEast and Explanation of Symbols: O ', oh *
six spades -, rbut he wdnt ahead North," and "Stories .rom the VOA-Voice of America
and bid the slam anyway. West" The braille edition of BBC-Brtih r a d c a s rty for yor faily in case of anying appeingg to y
Thed vern was ry--e mple. the sertes-is in-sen volumes. Corp.. 7.11eR, T.7.78es:-
The bidding"Of South and North Miss Hill's story has its scenes. RDF--Radlodff~slon Francaise
made t perfety plain tht thy at the Canal. The action evolves f 18 and 45 -wm
were det asonable to play ssuthe and around a group of boys whovel opportunity of winning the policy outright on the first Sunday f every month: If
at hearts could hermake maof the make a tri In a cab four foundit umbers (your faorite) assigned each policy are drawn in the Panam Ntion-
Souh new that he couldn't night on oh, The autho a A ES ESSES B SES o ry so cash loans and redemption alue r the policy shall have been in full fore for us

Northhad high dLamondortwo, now making her home wth b indemnity if death is caused ithroughnaccident.tis
besides the high hearts already Pasadena SKIRTS, Calforn LINGERIEi BAGS.

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mum0-1 ".e. B A7 A R P ARIS (Poid-up Capitol $500,000.00)
bettrI a t t B FAIIE ,20 Central Avenue, Panama City Cea, Tel. .
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NEW YORK, Aug. 6 The Ynkes and Indin major league ub owners are a tPot Colonel
Swept both ends of their doublehetimes yltedy ogBinst f aiib sh Bdl rv Erapl. eche man wagishgtotf ms^ k
th Browns and Athletics respectively to k e up their hot s 2 a t omn? t~ei Af I ty 1 v r n ...
figt for first place in the Ameritan LguT suLore wht t.fl A . al ,l bb' ~t.*
However, the Red Sox dropped two to the Tiger to ormer commi jon r l be a natio nebl t t.
Ill back three-and-one-half gtmeh off the plth i it tbt *y'l l u Ioww iett Ma mutam L
p .The Yankes lead tht Indians by a half-geme, b tax" vi as stari witness s Ft, m nr ath 4,
pakeball Ihrestigation ol iet t S"A Lot Pet. G TfMSloxSgot d cadleth h ttthirtw6 mOt at
n..Jager Al L6pez of the In- Cliff Mapes, who hit an Inide- by A HlIt1eSilbotlthnittee h 2t 3". .t -I l t ed t "tB.- k has b6n ,
ebeis the his tlat c111 the-park homer or the mren Monopolift. . SOt *4 1 M.l uhaa o nemtttn.
home in front. He sized up in the first game against his ex- It's believed that the commit- 81l .. ,. 61 0I .94 2 5i hiladlCphiet 3r i t4 r2son 0 B __ B i wf SM -
s after the Indians complet- mates, wound up the second one tet Will qt sitlE the r .th .iS ... 58 4 .*55 7 [etts . 0 4 5 17. Lieutenant Colmel Harrison 0.y g gUA Mltito
ier im6st suctbsfull road by hitting ihto a doUbleplay With atior from Khtut ky 6h the tfcts o4. 4 s .4 S 15 Bt. Lodis Thki. .i ,4 Ti, f ef one of toh ek- *
since Lou Boudrqau's cham- the bases loaded. behind -m i *a1dht 3al h 87 441 19 0 cncl aiti 9 led *b shys hbh'eb rle t u M itAthS im
s rIp ear in 1948 yesterday of the t d Betti broadcast .1 . 1 1 b to thermy coach. And Travis ondt lotrBlboa, while Capt
t tret ih the Athletics, 6-3, The Tigers upset the third place te h., Anh the sb.Ajet is6f- nWl., . 32 71 .311 M ttSur2h 1 S sa li wt tps quite broket up rdJas for his team 01
ce as Bob Lenton and Early Red Sotlice, 3-1 and 8-5, to tiSt t-to 7t1h*OlVeit-that d W i about this iness."u o hi tams ,b
b n pitched opportunely be- them three ahd one-hal- h C itt lttt lseh8Idu t tettify T OBAT 8 Y1GAM 8 TOD tha y LwIb M k t te
| id timely hitting support. off the pace while the White 8ox ltoay andaTutst.y. O iat BetfIlt (N). OPW DAT Adatitn auitbtitles sty they
on won his 12th game as edged Washington, 6-5, to stay Club oWiftt 6 reed Chan-. W4t"Hw. at NMw Yotlk(N). .. hae bena SWtit wtrt6 ftom
aen hit his 17th homer and seven games behind. dlo oat of hit .-a-year jol (Only uashe Seheiaeult.) YEST UI Blaik, but so far he hasn't con- n.,t k'-LOth
a double and a single. Dale at their c ot litiater protB -.-. thn Bke ~s ay ~
SatD collected three hits. NATIONAL LAGE h hpt' that A "ppy Attr i to th TIt 'S RES6ULTS Boston o.n 7 13 8 word was left or Colone lalt, l.* TIt. bt "
*aeBoone, with a pair of dou- utet 0 radlo ahd Wald Be- RS' GAME Chicago 8 000 4 B 1 telling hOg0 be aild call at any .
a led the hitting in the second The pace setting Dodgers de- rle tights. But they can't be too t. Lpl 00010 110-3 I 0 spaIn (1*-fld Bt. Claire; time. But, ik tilr spokesman,
SWhich the Indians made feated the teds, 9-8 and 2-0 While Ut. UD 8 100 00x-- 0 lller (-10), DUblel, Kelly and "So far he hasn't called."
lVe wins th a row and their Bubba Chuthof o thne Phillites Chatlt.i kwhi as a man 1 -11) and atts; aeyB urgess, OWten. If Bla o n it will enl ********............****
In 17 starts against Phila- pitched a one-hitter to down the who tvet ft keti i frien nor flOlt (It ), Ostrowski and er- one o ltt dynas- ** .
i hi this year. Pirates, 5-1. The Philles also won f.itiVh aa aft ,hy. Ad A py Ia. nSKy bAtIa ties. In 10 ear with the Afiny, d ""'" M *
meanwhile, the Yankees stayed the nighttap, 12-7, on 15 hits. h t fas it s ht tcot r ...... oston 10 1 Blaik n' tam., 1Ot 11 ........
agate In front by whipping The Giants dropped nine and hit shtted retattel last E. COND GAM Chicago 0 11 and tied lt.onte string, Armn A t ............
rowns, -2 and 4-3. Ed Lopat one-half games behind Bro0klyn month an irlemrdly att. Lt. Uir 0)00 01o CO31-2 Nichols, to6k l), Ch- man, an, had aln tttn tlateh ............
actd fiv-hit ball to win his although they won, 8-4, from the Co-.wnet Del Webb of the New ft Y .t 01 210 201-- 10 2 Salh and at. eIa cth gaies. thUr thhlaten streak
ame n Ithe opener while Cardinals as rookie Al -Co'rWn York tIhtleet, and key man in Wt1t (18-8) ad Lolltar; Lo- (3-5), Leonard an eh. ranh throw an ames. t t M
e Reynolds struck out 13 bat- Won his second game and the the owner revolt that ousted bat (A-8) and Berra. n" ........... ..
to gain the second game tri- Brates tojtped the Cubs, 7-4 and Chandler, didn't help aase this il--& 9 I Aft Cadet ttihees are teling obert Newt " .
sre 4-3. Situation anyjast week with a re- bT G..OAME Brooklyn 9, OP.. 0--9 9 0 around Th l6t tdty. Bight of ThmeMre Icr............ K
tiirk aboUt Itapy. PtIt "130 001 0lO-1 Ib 0 Cincinnti 10i0 i 1 3 the hQ c AI8t ta*t ita thistal say
't Webb told neWManen that base- io9 t h 100 C O 000-1 9l Schmitt t.4i, Elne and the Army thretbntiO theMt With 'tJAM TOTAL ...........................
ball found itself thder a con- "t(t-0) and Swift; (aell CampanellaB1ffensbeer (11- 'imprlisoA ht tt LLeavenworth" .
al Invasion Of Goshen e stnl aotllght because of ail-I), aer, ight and Rlar, 12), raut, thi u. and lo O e f otit o .rhipD MAtess
She c6nmiUfa6ii r it had had... vhA. they AdnItIM to eltlemoom crib- =
S. lean"n lChhdlet, of course. 8 SSNW" GAME bing. : lt
NI o l am *b r lTT t ia "We oultht this trouble it SECOND OGAIk Brooklyn 0 0 010-2 6 0 IttV .................
or lr H Il Onicilan h U derWay WeVd had thi proper kind of com- trolt 1f0 o1 $UD-- 1 0 CincinnLti 000 000-0 8 1 abt .. 6 ............
ltlMleftt," Wal the way Webb =0o1 01Oo 004 1 Branca (s8),aftd Walker, CI- I 6 LO a'TOW ....................
S-- o -- phrased It. HIppy probably snort- ((5-5), CMlit Dpanella; Fox (8-1), Smith, Webh- Otto enho ................
SOOSREN, N.Y., Aug. 6 (UP)- But everything.is pointed for ed on hearing that one. lt,: Masternb (o-1),) meier -a ndm el.
Vail invasion of a Sleepy the Aambittoniah, and the ek- Since Chltladltr tietanded full -3 .Ylor and Mos. T .rM e .........
ew k t known as shn %rts gathered in olhen agt releasefroth Any bilities one FIRS A
9 i ady has begun. It's a Wide-spen rice. concession for his resignation, kitT AME Philadelp'la 000 40 001-5 9 e' ISz
There's some support for a pair Happy has nothing to o se teland 001 003 0 Pittsburh 00 100- 1 ( A t ) r ................
early arrivals for the $90,000 of colts from the Rayes Fair Acres through the current investiga- lhladlp'i 100 000 101U 1 Church (18(4) and Semnilnck; al t .. ..... M,........
bletonlan race. the Kentucky Stable.. l ghty te andSpen- tion. If baseball has any skele- nlt a (12-)1 and 'i ts; Friend (4-4) Wlsh, Werle, LaW, TRAltP .s.* Won Lost I *I .......
rIy of harness racing, have in- nib. This stable Won it last ytear tons rattling around in its bil- neer (7-9), Scheib and n. aid Gatag Albrook Air Force '. .-
ded in the sleepy little town of with Lusty oing. lion-dollar closet, Chandler has dN-yb-- Hq. 15th Niri Di-tret. 5 M
073 people. By Wednesday, the Del Miller, wlao handled the both the knowledge and the mo-.1thlllE Rodman 5 2M "W' ...." ......... "
te of the trotting classic, Gosh- reins for Lusty Song, will handle tive for turning the key in the SkCND G PMIadelp'1h I --I1l I$l-T-o-----6
wM be bursting at the seams. a swift, black filly named Betsy closet door. (W1iltl At end of bth. ti' Pittsbirgh 0301- 2 10 1 746otgstwvhhapd ee
ficihls predict that the record Volo in this one. Even though Curfew Ltw.) Meypr, Peon. e104tzel, Corosal 1
and prospects of a record only eight fillies have won the The crux of the entire inves- Cleveland 200 210 00--I 9 0 an, K ( -9)an. Wil- .S. .Army la A....
letontan field w bring out Hambletonian Betsy Volo i giv- tigation--sheduled to go on cePhiladelphia 001 e00 2R- Mar-; I 4 a e ea
4d crowd for ''The Big enlLchance. nee was impressive several lew a oau t recess Wyn (11-11) and eI; Mar. _O-41, Wa l Ad-
In winning the Coaching Club anta1 ehe Sti m.-- D (d-s), ant an tth. Schedq'
e than 20 trotters ate being Aoter o-il lgo 000 A'Y 1S vs. lebr .
ed for the sulky cl Another strong candidate 16 bait'batVA"i'* dkew Iii - ON001013-4, 5 .01 181 s. Al. C 7t
o the b class Lou Darnley, owned by E. A. whWA'h t oht plybtl to a b athint'h-900 00101- 010 0 1 vs 7461st at.7
goes to the best-out- of- Scherler of Lakewood, Ohio. This until that club releases, sells or Kretlow(3) and ai annt rpm. -Rodman Vs. 0 e.t. It
e-heats warmer, colt had yes p 0,ng recently by ttftes e m. 1-1), Brailb, p.mH th v I s. | va. I Wl leo r
ey'llsmtart warming up for running the mill in 2:04 2-5. ome officials meayWis Illegals i Ilutt. $., 92, Po oilnk AdSchel-T o I
Hambletonihtoday when Vnlaet deral antD-dst laws. gnalnilA
S annual five-dcy grand circuit a in 1922, the Suprtemne 3 ucvs. iq. 15th.Nave0. aloes11111 '
ting opens With $,000in Court ruled that baseball skirts Mu l i vidends
es on the first program. eW ere cian betttse the tnewas PLAY SAFE! The league is now entering e l Vlthet-o,.' .
To -a A "v& Muuuu...u wwuu. n uni the a ferencei .nthe
I&cCulloth, a Re trblican from sak ailt of the teams, a sams 2 r
R'lf B CHITS am oF IRoS Tt teeme ireh tvr nl hsR, RAI i s u Uain-
C, lloch fi u r e naton-wide 1-Iercules $11b, $4.80, $3.20. Wtl ltA4tbs i0tOiAL 2TY r vited to attend the gamm. and TAIm
OL 1 SA'ITtLE. Aug. (U-P--Trag- broadcasts and telecast s of 2-Don Catalino $3.40, $2.40. there o tattendMIonchaie.
i Ud 1y brought anl abript end to the Ilmes may be the reai. Hence 3-Luck Ahead $2.60. .
3 t yets pr 4th AtInualat Cup Speedboat the emphasis on the six-million- SECOND RACE . *
T As c on Lake Washington pear dollar sale of told fries rights. 1-Don Pitin $7, $3.60. $2.20.
t Tr~tle i renSeath ltattle Saturday. After Chandler is through talk- 2-Black Sambo $, $2.20.
Lo-sen Th wgs Up The si dden and came when Ing today ard Tuesdiy, the co% 3---nolden Tip $1.60.
North Mahlt'oeQuick on ilverer turn mittee will hear Basebatl COach First Doules: ( Hercules-Doh
I t's differelt--it's taster in action ed oer in the third heat and RAY Pisher of the University of Pitin) $35.
c~~nu ant a u oerfar,* m to l aink. otn.h Mathlot, Who was MIlhigan; Damon Miller, !Were-
find.ns never before heard of d iving the high-powered boat, tiry-trelosarer of the anran- T-lioy lto ItC 0.

n i athe ner t of tfit amoz The accident occUrred as Ms- h asetil from the anti-trust 3-Tartufo (no show betting).
eihd cola Qrtscription that thlot Was fighting for fourth laws. Ohe-Two: (Goy'to (e)-Thrtu-
S lie ,aflosh yet is so pure and place in the last heat. The boat fo) $26.40. *
tramn harmtful drugs that a child *tnt into a turn at full speed CHhUTM?"t19ILL, Mts., Aug. 6 FOUR"i RACE
- little sip and the ordinary Officials stolpned the race as tura, Callfornia and Pt Can- 2-Rancho)aja$6. $3.40. F3. P rize 5 4 6 $
&Z"h Is gone a few doses and soon as they could and declared 1nlg Todd of La e 1i h tive filed 3-Black Bull $3.20.
"t tough old hang on cough is Slo-Mo-Shun, The Fifth, the for entry for the Unitei States Quinlela: (Fulanito-Rancho-
d no mrnore it's feolly won. winner. Owner Stanley sayers' Doubles nn Tennis tii i lS cPps paja) $27.80. 5
ul to watch how speedily bad, new boat had 0 on the first anti to be ayed at Cho Iut Hill,
ring colds are u (nof bus-. Second heats and *as leading In Masr ac, t~ i n 13. FI FT RACE
the third when the acsident oc- M i Cht holds the tOnal 1-Royal Coup $.40, $2.20.
eight away that tightness loosens currbd. Lou Fa teol of Kent, Ohio, lndoot' s le0 title and is rank- 2-Rathlin Light $3.20.
Lthe bronchial possages clear.. drove the Winn ng boat. ed saith nat Ally. Mrs. Todd is SIXTH RACE$
on your toes agoain..happy and Blo-Mo-Shun, The P Ifth set a ranked fourth. 1-Pincel $6.40, $3.80. $3. .. .................... ..... ,
.new record by avdorin r the first 2-In Time $7.60, $4.80. .-- .s- e- 3 t tht t e t I tt t it b1 / e Mt M
kley's Canodiol Mixture today. 30-mil grind I an iver. 3-Battling Cloud $4.20. I 1 1
speed of 91.766 miles per hour. SEVENTH RACE im ." m IN"201 11. 1Agi 4 IM.11LA
a 1-Grisu $.00, $8.40, $2.20. i e H4.1 1 1 6. 1t1W N 1.." 12 t., 16. 16..6 31e6 14.1 .-r| 164.* i eSM.e I te ". .is *it
1 *'~- '" ............. -- 2-Newmlnrster $ .20.1 $2.20. ,,.W t 144.2 22M 44. 316 16 .s i..h51 MML -1. 3 M 0 i.. Tl SM ts. iM ratlo I.s Ie i
n*d* -3-Chacabuco $2.X. 3W i.. a IS l IM 23 14.151 33f 1. l6 a 436 144.5 513 l6*h SMB 1ft Me. M t. i a f 1iU 15 t46
-a UWUU*3 3-Parragon $2.20. 64e 1.46.3 te r,36.gS 244 2.2.3M Sas t,44. *6 2,4N.. *** 3.134 N e ,M ss aMl <44ilt 5,4l5 4MW j
Y rfDead heat for third. e as 1.u o sa 140* 4 140 35 144W** 48ff 'It. an 15*6 14m.6 63 luW I 4 *1 a&e
ANAMA AEDI/AN Second Doubles: (Pincel-~lr- 666 144.00 ism m4.. 3 M U4.r 340e lt144 4e i44.4. te I--MM 6t1 tfSM hUt 1u.M 1tt M iA.I|
SU)KIV $2t.80. 076 o 144.00 17s6 144.60 27;6 144sj 370e 144.1 1j Si.mse k 144.s!w I76 1*16 77tt66 lt s mso.
1-Carmela II $20, $9.80, $4.40. uM i44.t ]| lCte 144.M 1 Ui.f, W o i44.e 4 le. ttM |m .W M.e I l 4t.ag. TI t4 w t [ H M |m.t|
Wa'ault' " -A 2--Ouartna $7.10, $4 40. .. .1 ..

NINTH RACE sess *e>oeu MM 4 l.| as.M r ST sth dt sett M e Met (IBM th.t a H
1-Miss Fairfax $8.20, $3.40, $3.20. 54|2 450.0 I s5S4 d | 6656 4o0.60 WM gte l _*. t 1 iS |li 4606.t 41t.0 Oth 9
2-Baby Bett (e $3, $3.60. rt T I
3 *_ One-Two: ( s Fairfax-haby
."tty) $17.40. .
| _, ^TENt' RAvE 6031 2 40.n151 50.ll 2n IM 1 40 t 20.6 411 13.W 55! MMk Ht 1iM a1it 3 Ml*1 S t UU.fcM
__ 1-Taponaso $11, $7, $4. -

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) -Twoe?- lect h a aBtrack. 3i GpIeu Consi of Tampa, F---ourlda, who arrived oh D ,., Brde o

a^ HR a the other. bound for for the.tea table. Mrs Barfield was assisted by Ms Jack play. The winners of t W
-esr co' .usvnpr t t- th at we e to at- .a..m.n te, tee. _n. yMeach. D a_ "t h o Se ae ealho w
Sfhtand -yer- ro- ten sta and Souh ( Mr.
S d in a hospital eal T ho m Miss covered dis h at the Mr. W. E.

e T.r ft or e h a tered marae Conner Included: Mrs. Caleb Church Thursday at six p.m. to Harry Friendland and
on' 00 te ltter b eenach met t. ae aT s. Wi- Vd mth Ana other children Bruce "m r

La N f r at bathing glWllB ed 2 st.i? lam Car. Appel. Lucinda PhiliaunE ullbn. The thitld with Mrs. Wala
Clbon r yeve lh a edbuc heso otrenep ths eer f e re waskilidin- Mrs. r4 I. Frank Smith fairly ian te sail from an Mrs. erge D.
S'S'- "'' d p^rs ortt coast e ee n. Wt El VA-c ebMtu injured pearn were were erushed don. Mrs. ft. Ata~tt'ong, Mrs. make their ho6me it dlen Bur- (llt) Mr.. LsHe CotJ-
SMrs. . hoe H Valle a the wreekae eee ever within mi t o orman Mt. atn a many years and J A utngham an
hOne traind y101tor-uerarss-aencidsfrmdstag... ..

i esr. fa g a f % g O t ded t a & W 0 a cesh ad eo A t mett. Mis. coveredtot dis hUion4Cf at the 9ln pauhd Ma. .Fredlt,

Alen, g la Guarda .T.,. Mr.di Tt fin The torn-up tracs b.bed the rBrththe Ford's Mrs. V.. B. I Treb onnom t o Btn h S nde r Pee m Mr.. PNrker Hnna. tun Civic touncll. All members of New Hemith end E
b p k.m AO N1o r r t I t e dI a and ote lna e Mrs r~e de"bor. Mrs. Sam the Atlantihu c hyusde communal i

henne MTag Catberine ush, and Mr. Max Delvalle. lu t t Brl hto p ti's t- *nd S fr Arubdel, B. Maddin, Mrs. Fred A. New- invited to come and o-rine& "cov-
1- -lnIc 01 .... t o trhi ,+ at wer 0 d r..... hard. Mrs. R. T. Ran, Mrs. W al- er. t dish." an ,ine ro raT
Lttho1 oh er- o r s br ity"iMjur' toed
ren S l ub',Iht I trj ^e tIlr o r e ttr e t n w 1 a in o u t e r e e v .. R_ i c el i.r e o n s h e r ^
U r f ufftU7e c ^ pet? det tb . Worth gMs.pThomasLodgeN142DrumI To Toks l |
FA M o celeSnS' tIl August n 911-. Mam -e lh. Ms. t A daell, Members of Crltobal Lodge No. In New Tablet Form
titsty.. P. s M homg. lit a lthg "Bank Holidae" bimer t week- Jr.. Mrs 0ert& 8thelti. Mrs. 1543. B.P.O. Elks are sponsoring a -*
Mnl ,Us&b r Mat Joad ,a _a st__itant i ed t th e th e Charln tTurner. Mra. Ju~ly Tufts, "shirt sleeve dance" Sauirday *onI and men. d rticularlF
arbara nes MI n l h I-a The .WsreF-k occurred at 11: A ech t i e- evening. August 18 from 8:30 u h nd themaelvm g Wl IS
a Mtel@ MAyt 'Con, bork and I rnNet7t e I m v.e. In the station at For. f tur o;a mntaeld.tGrIr, IC.tCh- tl 12:30 .m. at the E lk's Home l e oya mh ew dr
^er Cofftee, Miss BarbarA Onhp Maalls dAtith et here. TrMrs Mad SnIttMIthAnn i H MIss Lee Prizes will be awarded for the hi A nd
In AlaBd MiBss VFbra CrleU. M e. ar o .. C s et ,Bd b een running through th e lttle lVan. lM ts. WRtadler who Loudest yport shirts. Tcets are i, u
sie4Cth-- e rseI tIp n ed b IS9n 8 towIn t fvm n ta all i ithiR? iare TpIRwr Burllinittr. aWvailable at $1.10 pr person and i awake nlaht when you
0trs0e. er N a d .s rA-rt .e roa, T 1 .. e ro .ll ti t M i Nnai. Mas .e. b Reevesr MIss -t- be at your best.i

Ie^M ao eh itesl N evlea n s who siled wiho2rd
l tS At4' s.n n l Ahc t*a8. IIitS .1Si. wi at l bf Wrlal MreA Jh e M7. laeh.h avle ti ide omnit p a irnt e ai Ih tte ofi

enne tn y, Au ustt orttimPdnd r o 'n.utohga. Und h e 0t Mr.M ar D ew"., L J t n Mrst a eew itd tO t e n c
Iii ut,,eltlc, b Helm, 1iIS . I e A I d AI L Ao1e iu dh Mr.Sa l's. Illi.i m ,_mr a v. at rk enjoerdisd."l rs

B :Er.n.. firs....ga.MCO.RA. PA .o..IMs ..owd... Su- Dsou"n. ON ma
I .au ._IT Cirring Ro lt a"td... moM., AeM TuTaelytshnie r j lbvan or Mas. t. rarta ve I birth- la le mor the bo .
Tea.a.ro*idRobeat th irnma le homme ridry evnn. ley .ohrent tek gir lls.ar. Q *A PH anrt Uice Almm sor a
anAA Olt.0111,111111 Inv ht mt atr andd ruren ri %ft M foAda ot r rr-, nvHit tec eo afnU lbTiS HI a 1ov- OremetsD

A l t 'h biCn" atol ZhenltMr ch ar eenlt hdM RT W o..set mf lee. td she enl- c M.
Itktio~W C isr d ti C a orther lme n'o velIn jurLedtr e v esall" evaRnde Mr Mrs. e 1ad e .et s o,

A 2 0 1O N t tM.t i v t et N r l ea ns wM sho e s ai l oe "oLe d g o 4 O
aofA the D eh e -;" "t- o.rA_- t -e e weok 1- Pltoo ET a
IIO1,I^ It**' '^yrl. 1411. .+:son$e ettr|ati n t(M..ut.fc mal mot wtfi1nb_ c row at th W i 'Mrs. Lt Ho. Wa delal oMi ofCristobaf l LodgeNo."

t Y wt t ff-r^^b nndthan ankHoida -bigsDeI nL Mrs .otiner e Latrl I a
on, endofthesummer1i411d Mr l- m nr..an dMrs. R aorer s. uT-u fs,"o r e "tlt
i -Do ltIpr ,teinm n Bhen.. Theweckoclred. 1:1141S.t-A.blfthbtMe ist .Mofrom.8:3 0 un1b- t0J e eN

Mt on, kd AD If-.h e u I toiotn t t ro r -- ~ .I i t ir ,ld.y4thR s Bob-t ed atthe
r Coffet add isse a o ba,. wierteehelofCiAft'tn-' Iy, v O o rtt h e tcanta l s
1t, aO Il's thee/ lebra rsfCd t- -e.l o ro a-f.We fourth rnnnovelhTheVnPt ... tmd Mrs. Wey p a rn m a e w ho m te w. Bstt ofa "

Vo. Cr 0 t Eve WO llt J lfAlb 4* lit t OrI *u eM ans. wi hoE saied foa r r t a- [o A f
Asivterw asy ds e o dathe .RYoft

o ae r up, Thfrtcc c a, si decoh r a a g5 e sn o sthe ea htelu d edMr wegr e auth ;erkin sE I
tur14 Dattinlv, pS o. e if, sDR JuIdi er A l ho. Pfluatm o Maltund y, V iDcy w DIkh- n

The decoration 15cen. B se d sentpetr.E KetR ne wit. pr car d,
Tollowit 1nt P* o men:u SettaeMr. sefdF Mr.. Richard s BuA- Z Ar P A R I
atar ring of .,,l dIn,.a Crnis of M- r10 J t te birth *-

and r#4d -p ,/t1,io xth b~ + t n b-so

th eir veulde ft etan6YA datoL e

t784orrertAejevCOO Cockiab d.alWiy ArraEg hh rf yk
MelRom.l -in ht s i e t s ave Ii
onLotteH az zaro'e rnt yl marerbe as the -o.
OOiM ae lleClem-t sb2-rhor Pryfo y d Mwirfr oh . k n
invits ts mebeAN D SEs .fhthesrin ii the n om e iayen i : l etegsdar A

"-'TA.ivalHef E p..nroute 1l E. a. a owbt beo se Cn. ite 5t11 f honldrek ominh, their SenTCah-eS
"A. orris Mtdro at t. + -Perkins, me eiangltoMr-

hem.AfAt ThandTh 'reidnt Mrs. .Itf-

t fO th -the'OLwswonf Otato the lsAstumetk
MZon ,e Rt' srl6tI APr i U AGNEA UfLW.ollat., dh whBra-te
d raty A--ulDntddtheth inPe omen-TodaykOE MMr. and Mrs. richanrd FaL.Sul-
rsxlt ofhhe Ci tth A yWeaROOM
tite tmwasusby planednondth fr tya'w-Jew
to e U Mar y i J6, InNaIgefy ,the m enlitotatDndCi-ns, 1 on W1
1t Wlassesa on mharbe aheld by Mr.ail trehublaehPatoSulliv a, t IOdn
up.. ma, wit c Iets t I-er. HarRa o RichalrCahr-.le

:r11911 &.1elaarmonthly Seetn youa steady 8otboRicharo

spiat ta iteui theTd ea ,Potleetu kwile the
cnspeaker at the ianetnoto
MERCHANDISE0 nentedrea nlzr eq stren1 0 ersare urged --tooaw-en*.
". AlldM IS P t h itIM r.LWilli and mO.p r Adato n o ft Ba-f d k
welce M c hoo l. Mrowi emrg tilla-renter taonedrtehis

o-Art ta atiops may be made with W. O.
bytfietoe I- W EKrdit E. Meeks. Fort Gulick or
Frk 01ed= 0Wi Ch sththe Secretay 3-1300.
rs Office Chirs Cor "vered y Supper W ill
mAll thl "Ho Bener Melton Smiths
C Ieiw 'ut ,,L .hcht oomenl osthe a- 86 Central Ave. Tel. 2-. ,
f lhotk -MWit MA YSOF O^ pog tun Union Church wil sponsor a-
-ktk I ^-b- hot-dew h a.

Dfrens~ W~ Cribs ""'~'~'"
You~ bUs Garden ~nbr

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Tel 3-1713
S22 E 29th St

20 Tivoli Ave. Apt. I
Offlee: TeL 2-3387 Home: 3-417
BOURS: Monday thru Friday
S. 9 to 12 a.m.
SMonday. Wednesday, Thursday
6 to a p.m.
S-tarda s am. to I p.m.

KEROSENE Mantle Lamp
i Candle Power oat Modemrn White
J st. Hurns 50 Hours On I gal. of
K en. Uses 94% AIR Only S%
R$OSENEF. Absolutely Safe It
cannot Explode Requires no eener-
r pump No Smoke or Odor.
Inpie a Child ,Can Operate It
$9.95 Lowest, Price
ever Offered In Panama.
All Parts Available.
On Sale In Aa HARDWARE and
Oistributors: -
Co16n Mth St e Balboa Ave
Tel 301
Panama 93 Central Ave.
Tel. a2-20s

San a fac
Fat-Free Powodered Milk
I tortifled with Vitamin D)

O Nutrtilona
* Non-fatten-
F* arm Fresh

ale Int P.C. Co. Commissarles

Ia glass, wood and aluminum.
Curtain Rails.
B S installed in
an% length.

Fade Pro-
teel in
-windou shade.

The new
amazing low
j A. COWES y Cia.
-. 2-0756 Ave. Cuba No. 67

SOrchid Society
b Tomorrow
h Canal Zone Orchid So-
hold its monthly
at 7:30 tomorrow night
p library at the Jewish
re Board Center.
w will be a demonstration
Ie making by Miss Mary

No. 4 Peorb of JVl Ave,
Phone 2-N4S

10.\,9 Melndes Ae.
Phone S -Caol6.


FOR SALE:-Leaving Isthmus. Me-
tal Simmons bedrOom. 2 mahogany
parlor room set, kitchen set, plants.
Westinghouse 7 ft. refrigerator.
porcelain cabinet 25 cycle, radios,
radio testers, porch wicker set.
"Rador & Electronic Courses."
Miscellaneous, siAver jewelry cost
price. House No. 1, Melenrez
Ave. between 4th5thth Sts. Cristo-
bal 3-1232.
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse refriger-
ator, 9 cubic feet, 25 cycle, $40.-
00, electric ship's chimes mantle
clock, other small clock, girl's
bicycle, $15.00, youth's bed
$5.00. 762-C, Barneby Street,
FOR SALE:-Bamboo Porch Screens
newly pointed dark green, 4 -
7 ft. 4 8 ft. 1 9 ft; 2 ex-
tra large China Cupboards, white
g!oss doors, I 5'5" x 7'8"
I 6.9" x 8', suitable for kitch-
en or butlers' pantry. 1 large na-
tural color mahogany corner cup-
board. 1 Wurlitzer Spinet piano.
House 102 Balboa Hgts. Tel. 2-
FOR SALE:-RCA Radio Phonograph
Console. Good appearance and
performance. Phone Gamboa 6-
409, reasonable price, 25 cycle.
BARGAIN! Must sell by Wednesday
the 8th. Self defrosting Norge
Refriaerator, $165. 4 burner Top-
pan Stove. $60. Large cabinet Sil-
vertone Ro'dio, $15. Mahogany
livingroom set B.80.00. Hand
woven wool rugs, $80 and $30.
Hollywood bed with innerspring
mattress, $15, Set of Chinaware
glosswrra ond silverware. All for
only $30. Other furniture and
miscellaneous at bargain prices!
House No. 18, Federico rfloyd Ave.
Tel. 3-0543.
FOR SALE:-General Electric wash-
ing machine 25 cycle, very good
condition, $75.00. Amer I can
Oriental Axminister Rug. Excellent
condition. 9 x 12 size $55.
Phonp 83-3236 o 579-B, Curun-
du Heights.
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse. refriger-
ator 1 I -2 yr. guarantee, 9 cu. ft
excellent condition, $175.00. 1411
D. Las Cruces St., Balboa.

Frankle and Ava

Get Big Publicity

On Secret Vacation
Crooner Frankie Sinatra declar-
ed angrily last night that he has
"no intention' of eloping with
movie queen Ava Gardner.'
The surly singer, hidden away
in a swank hotel suite with the
sultry actress, said "there's not a.
bit of truth to these rumors" that
he came to Mexico for a quickie
divorce and marriage.
Frankie and Ava would not talk
to newsmen about their romantic
plans, but the bobby sox idol tel-
eohoned friends here that they
plan to return to Hollywood
without being married.
"We're really just on a vaca-
tion," he said. "I'm in no position
for a divorce just now."
Their attempt to slip quietly
into Mexico by air led to specu-'
lation that Sinatra planned to
get a quick divorce and marry
the Hollywood 'beauty he has
wooed around the world.
But their "secret" junket to
Mexico turned into the most pub-
licized romantic goings-on since
Rita Hayworth's trin here with
Prince Aly Khan before their

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No. 51 "IH- Sreet-Pa4hum
No 12.i17 Central AveL-CeAli

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3e each adAltlasl

ftlls. Beach ctIe.' Santo Clara.
Box 435. Boalboa. PhbrW Panama
3-1877,. Cristabl 3-1h673.
Gramlich's Sant. Clara beach-
cottages. Electric Ict boxes Gr05
,stoves, moderate rats Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
Williams Santa Clara BechCottdges.
Two bedrooms, Frigidairei, Rock-
gas ranges Balboa ,2.300.

Apaer ts
Modern furnisheadw0rftrmlshed apart
meant. Contact office No. 806 I. 0th
St. New Cristobel. 1Phoni 18366, Co-
FOR RENT:-Fumishd or unsfurnish-
ed one bedroom nryodern apart-
ment, garage. 168 Via Belisario WAXEY'S' WORKS trVing
Porras. Wexler,, alluas Waxey Gordon,.
RENT-Aprtnt, livin-din- stands in New York's Federal
FOR RENT:A ment, living-din- Narcot Bureau afterhe and
ingroom, porch, n ddroom, garage, three others were arrested on
terrace, kitchen,* maid's room, charges of violating the nar-
lamps, venetian blinds,' $65.00 cotics laws. The notorious un-
Via Porras No. 64. Also furnished derworldWftlgre was found in
room With sanitary service, private possession of aoiout a pound of
entrance. For information Tel. 3- heroin.
FOR RENT: New, modern, we lla
ments, Ancon-Avenue.No. 61. Mi-. ad o
guel Hive. Phone 2-2446. 'Add 14000
FOR RENT:-Nice cool apartment,
in Perry Hill for married couple.
phone 3-1404.


FOR SALE:-Trucks: One GMC, 5
ten, 1947, excellent condition.
GMC 2 1-2 ton, Ar*tV type, TO
wheels, 1942. One. Iterotionet
2 1-2 ton, 1947, long 'chaossis. In-
ternational 2 1-2 ton, A947, Short
chassis. One Mack 5 ton, 1947,
excellent condition. Telephone 2-
0610. Panama.

FOR SALE:-1950 Mercury 4 door,
9,000 miles with radio. $1,750.
Phnoe Corozal 85-4269.

FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet Bell-
Air, Power Glide. One 1948 Nash
Ambassador 4-door sedan over-
drive. Gatun 5-126.

FOR SALE: 1941 Chrysler, New
Yorker, 4-door sedan, in very good
condition. Phone Coco Solo, 36-

FOR SALE:-'36 Chevrolet four door
new tires, new battery, excellent
transportation, $225.00, electric
Singer portable sewing machine,
nev.-. $120.00. Federico Boyd No.
1. Phone 3-1516.
FOR SALE:-Triumph 1949 mo-
torcyclp. 818-D. Empire St. Any
time after 4100.

FOR SALE-1939 Oldsmobile 2-door
sedan, duty paid. good tires, very
good shape. Cristobol 3-1571.


WANTED TO BUY:-Steomer trunk
with wardrobe compartment. Call
telephone 2-1704, Panama.
WANTED:-English flat saddle or
McClelland, English pered.
Phone Balboa 2307, Lewter. I


WANTED:-1-2 ton pick-up. Good
condition. Call Monday 4 to 6. Cu-
rundu 2208

Help Wanted
WANTED:-Good cook. Must have
references. Do not apply if not
competent. No. 75, Peru Ave. up-

Bad Books, Movies
Big Problem Pope
(UP) Pope Plus XII reminded
Catholic educators today that
they must strive constantly to
keep their pupils from lewd and
impious literature and movies
and radio programs which en-
danger their moral and spiritual
In a shortwave message to the
closing session of the Interamer -
lean Congress of Catholic Fcuca-
tion in Rio de Janeiro the Pope
said that the main task facing
educators was to overcome the
deficiencies in the home train-
ing of many youngsters.

... why moe women every day
are swnchmg to the new. improved
It's because Modees gives them
more freedom-moe r.mfortn.e-c.
ieon-than they've ever enjoyed be-
And here's why. This new. im-
proved anmtary npkin has extra
cotton on the edges-extra softness
-to help prevent dtafing. And
Ihem's a triple atty shield for se-
ira-long protection.
Are ypm enjoying diee advan-

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FOR SALE: Very cheap. National
cash register. "Sanitary" meat
grinder, 600 lbs. on hour. Freezer
suitable, for restaurant. Ham slicer,
gos stove,- 4 burner and broiler. 4
Njon lamps. 48", 3 tubes. 1 s St..
No. 7, Visto Hermoso. Tel. 3-
FOR SACE:-Piano Winter Spinet, 18
months. Cost $850.00, now $475.
00, Q St. No. 5, Apt. 12..
FOR SAtE: One pair handmade
Guatemalo bedspread '(crochet).
From 7 a. m. to 4:30 .Tel. 3-
FOR SALE:-Motor Scooter, youth'
bed, and baby crib. 2157-B Cu-
rundu. Phone 83-5178.
FOR SALE-Table model radio, per-
fect condition $30.00. Rdming-
ton electric shaver, good as new,
$10.00. Large cabinet for guns,
tools etc. $6.00. Margarita Fire
FOR SALE: Singer Treadle Foot
Machine, piano Baby Grand, gas
stove (four burners), Royal port-
able typewriter. Phone 916, Colon.

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-Leaving soon. Will sell:
16 foot boat, grey inboard env
gine; 16mm movie camera, pro-
jector. Call 5-325.

TEN DOLLARS reward for return, of
kit of tools in block case marked
G. A. 0. No question asked. Orr
4 Limon St. New Cristobal ,3,861.
LOST :--Gentleman in Fort Kobee,
please return tire you kindly kept
for me trom 52nd Street. Call 3-
3424, 1. t

Inlernatlonal Lbt

Prepping lof Second

Cross Channel Swim,

STOKYO, Aug. 6 (UP)-The
Japanese Oovernment today
removed an *additional 14,000
Japanese, including Ichiro Ha-
toyama who is popularly re-
garded as the next premier of
Japan, from purge lists on
which they had been placed for
their World War II activities.
Another 69,000 were depurged
June 20.
The latest list includes 6,929
former-officers of the Japanese
Imperial Army, Navy or gen-
darmerie., :
All removed fro t 'e lt
now free to trurn to buaies
and political life.
From removals originally
submitted by the Japanese Gov-
ernment General Ridgway's
headquarters eliminated the
names of about 380 former
members of the notorioal
Thought Poice anxit affiliated
prosecution agencies.

Sports Briefs
G e o r ge Widener's Battlefield
made it two out of three wins over
Uncle Miltie Saturday b win-
ning the Choice Stakes at Mon-
mouth Park, New Jersey. In oth-
er major races...County Delight
won the Merchants ad Citienrs'
Handicap at Jamaica, New York,
Bernweood was first in the Sheri-
,dan Handicap at WaShington
Park, Chicago, and Blue Beading
won the Bine' Crosby Handicap
at Del Mar, California.

for $1800.00 will sell for
$1700.00. Call Cristobal
1411 after 6 p.m.

w* SM "R A m.p. C.
8* 3. 201 A..oe, 4,


FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment,
one bedroom and both. Bella Vis-
ta, 45 dollros, with Frigidaire, 50
dollars. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed-
room apartment, .excellent loca-
tion $100.00. Federico Boyd No
1. Phone 3-1516.

FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished cleon,
C ot roL. i mepls, .available. Bella
Vit, .4th' Streeat. 1.A upstairss
phone office hours 2-1693. even-
Jng 3,1789.

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Washington to speed up the tem-
po of the talks even at the ex-
pense of some concessions to the
Radio Peiping defined the line
it claims the United Nations are
demanding as:
Starting about 50 miles north
of the 38th paralled on the east
coast (the Reds said their line is
presently about 121/2 miles south
of this point) then extending
southwestward to a point about
six miles north of Pyongyang,
northern anchor of the old Iron
(The present United ,Nations
front is just south of Pyong-
Then running across the Wo-
ram-NI, which is 27 miles north
of the parallel andi 14 miles
northwest of Chorwon.
(The United Nations hold Chor-
From Woram-NI through Kum-
charn and a point 15 miles north-'
west of Kaesong and thence to
the west coast at the Onjin pen-
(The Reds hold both Kumchon
and Kaesong.)

FOLKESTONE. England, Aug.
6 (UP) Down on the pebbly
beach in the shadow of the
white cliffs 20 contestants
gathered today for the forth-
coming second annual Cross
Channel Swimming Race and a
stronger assemblage has not
been seen here since Julius
Caesar invaded Britain at this
very point in 55 B. C.
Egypt's Hammad and France's
Roger Le Morvin second last
year are going to be fed from
a baby bottle and nipples ddr-
ing the swim. Greece's gold-
toothed Jason Zirganos is go-
ing to eat nuts and drink sher-
Hammad, who can eat three
rabbits at a meal, is taking a
vast larder with him meats,
chicken, fried rice, sesame seed,
candies and fruits of Egypt.
Argentina's Alberto Abertondo
is going to suck "mate" from
a dried gourd through a silver


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Broadway and Elsewhere

By Jack Lait

In the Rodgers & Hammerstein Stork Club party to Janet Blair
(her vacation after her long "South Pacific" run In Chicago) Mar-
lene Dietrich was among the many beauteous guests. Mrs. Josh
Logan paid Marlene this lovely compliment when she said to Mr.
Logan: "Gee, honey, I wish I were as beautiful as Dietrich-when
I was 18."
Nick's popular Blair House, on West 53rd Street, was crowded
again Sunday night with the Broadway regulars and their Best
Glils. Bert Lahr, now the co-star with Dolores Gray, of "Two on
the Aisle," was surrounded by a group of showfolks and Joe Di-
Magglo...Vonnie O'Brian, the doll-like bride of the J. A.s' TV-
radio authority, is a big favorable with the Midnight Set. Pretty,
a sense of humor and scads of fun.
Joe Frisco, at the Latin Quarter, attracted the show crowd,
among them Dolores, and Milton Berle, of television, stage screen
and the headlines. Some of the spectators (in the business) had
never before seen Frisco perform.. When he went.into his familiar
S'Strutter's Ball" cigar-dance, one of the Johnny-come-latelles said,
'Whts is the first time for me. I have only seen his imitators"...
'lThAt number is second only to the Charlie Chaplin mimicry in
napersonations" and "impressions.'
This column's vacationing star reporter Is catching up with
the Shows. Been to see "King and I" five times (stands in the rear
where the gals take off their shoes), "Call Me Madam" four times,
"bSouth Pacific" nine times, etc.
Russell Nype is sure to click in Hollywood. When you see him
on the "Madam" stage, you behold a young man determined to
make good.. .Nancy Kelly may not be able to get away for atwo-
week holiday on the Coast, as planned. The "Season in the Sun"
landlords can't find a young actress to sub for her... "It's amaz-
Ing," said La Kelly. "There just aren't any actress available!"...
This column heard the same complaint from those casting the
road company of "Guys and Dolls"...Can't find someone for the
Isabel Bigley role.. .We can't figure this out, because we are beset
with appeals from young actresses, urging us to help them get a
job... (If you think you enjoyed Isabel Bigley as a Salvation Army
temptress on the stage, you ought to see her across a table...
"Pretty-eyed Baby!"
A new waterfront racket will be exposed-stewards
of hips and -employes of wholesale butchers. holding out
ten per cent of meat deliveries. One steward has been
nailed. The swindle had been going on undetected for
years.....The wife of a headline comic is ready to barge
out-and she gave up $10,000 a year in alimony so she
could be Mrs. Star.
"Seventeen," at the Broadhurst, is as fine entertainment as
"The King and I" for this belated reviewer's money. The Booth
Tarklngton adaptation shares with that other musical click the
S qualityof charming naivete which Broadway so often takes to
s Jaded heart...To me, Tarkington was a classic American
manifestation, the greatest of the Indian*a literary era. George
Ade introduced him to me long ago, in Chicago. I met Tark again
when he had grown old and blind. But his stories never grow
Old and they are always openeyed, with the sharp observance of
the true narrator. If anyone goes to see "Seventeen" on my re-
ar0ommendation and isn't overjoyed, bill me for the expense.
Loeal Demos are blazing beesue Sen. O'Co:or is
bringing his "Kefauver" quissers back to New YI"k, in-
stead of excavating any of a score of other loeal)4ies,
where the digging would be just as rh gbsb ust Ily
S so consplcuom New Vork Citvy bh .-
Pres. of the City Council) coming u, tle only metropolis
so situated. Joe Sharkey, Incumi~ent pro tern. a rzigiar
DemeN"rt is running, and Rep. Henry Latham, GOP,
threatens that his campaign against t 11t lbe on na-
tional issues and oil New York crihWa.m W where, it
has been demonstrated is television so ately followed
as in New York and areas served by kw YorAk. And TV
"made" Kefauver, Halley and Tobey. ..8otho muck will
be raked, and it will be mostly Democr ttlamucek, for the
Repubs are running a little state investigation of their
own, and the "overmatter" of the Kefauver hearings deals
principally with Brooklyn and Tammany (Manhattan)
figures... O'Conor isn't touching his own bailiwick, Balti-
more, one of the dirtiest and most corrupt communities
in the land, an easy bus-ride from Washington. And he
isn't nosing around New Hampshire. Today's little para-
disal preserve, where the Boston probsters and gamblers
have muscled in. He wants to play the big time!
The Dept. of the Interior dreamt up a hotel at Mt. McKinley,
in Alaska. which set the Treasury back several million bucks. It
is patronized mostly by junketing Congressmen and VIPs (and,
in some instances, their girl-friends) and almost nobody else.
The gov't has been trying to lease it, but no takers for the over-
sized igloo.


--- "Whaddyo Mean
Labor "News

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(Victor Riesel f on vacation.
Patrick E. GorMan, Secretary
Treasurer, AmalgAmated Meat
Cutters and Bu her Workmen
of North Ameriom (AFL), is sub-
Cuzal guest coluafnw.)
CHICAGO The United
States Is both a country of
meat-eaters andi a nation of
beeperss." The high price of
steak seems to be our chief topic
of conversation. :1
Who is to lme for the
high cost of tS Certainly
not the worker. only works
for a living. .*
If we ask t.. meat market
owner, he sas, "You can't
blame me either,. because my
margin of profit s very small.
Honestly, I am,h i dly able to
make a decent 'lying."
If we ask theb meat packers
who Is responslle, they only
say, "Certainly not us; why
don't you take a look at what
we are compelled to pay ior
Our present per capital
consumption 61 around 150
pounds of "t,: ranks us
about fifth ,.the world.
Argentina, j..0 Zealand,
Australia ax tmguay are
ahead of 0.'-Hdwever, when
it comes to 1"beefing" and
griping we take the cake!
The consumer always seems W
to be the low man on othe eco-
nomic totem pole. As such and
as the most numerous group in
our society, they may be en- .
titled to the loudest wail. But -..- --
before being overly congenial to
them, let's give the situation G reat B lon
What are the major factors
that influence the cost of meat
to the consumer In normal By BOB
times, and what are the factors
that influence the price of
"cuts" today?s, chu and oth SOMEWHERE IN TANGANYIKA. The time
Are we eating ourselves out has come to render a progress report on The
of meat? Could be, but the cost White Queen of Tanganyika, otherwise known
of slaughtering is not the same to me and the boys as Memsaab Mama.
as it was just a few years ago. Mama is pretty impossible. She shot a Tom-
One large packer in a recent re- my ram, which is within three-eighths of an
port indicated that a 1.100- inch of the world's record, and apart from that
nonnd steer, in January 1941 has been named Memsaab Danu by the natives.
cost $130.90. The same tvpe Danu is hard to translate. Means roughly-
steer in January 1951 cost $375. that Mamna is a cross between Pollyanna, Flor-
steer n January cost $ ence Nightingale and Lady Bountiful. Means
10. that everybody likes her because she' doesn't
But in spite of the aid of complain or confuse the African veldt with the
science and invention in the Waldorf-Astoria. She also passes out cigarettes
pfan adequate sup- rather lavishly.
production of an adequate sup- The reason Mama does not beef about bugs
ply of meats .d in spite of re- and hardships and the lack of refrigeration is
lmcord crops of metetin since that she is almost constantly in a state of sus-
lmost without exception since ended animation, due to being scared stiff.
1937 we are merely holding our She has been charged by a lion and a female
own. One bad year and .we'll berhino Elephants have walked through the
on the skida. t camp. Leopards have yowled within a few feet
It is a retuntred fact that. an of her cot, and hyenas have played a sort of
increase in the income take jovial tag with her.
home pay of workers, in the "I love nature," says Memsaab Danu, "but not
lower and middle income groups this close."
reflects itself almost instantly What Mama really likes are giraffes and
in increased demands for anthills and baby baboons and ostriches,
meats. It is a natural instinct What she does not like are snakes and but-
to "eat a little higher up on the falo and rhinos and lions and elephants, es-
hog" as soon and as long as one specially elephants that scream at her from,
can. spitting distance. Elephantriare so big.
The increased wages negotia- It is an open secret that Mama is consider-
The Increased wages negota- ably less brunette than God intended originally'.
ted for the nation's wage-earn- This interference with basic pigmentation calls
ers by their respective unions. for a trip to the beauty parlor every Friday
lreal and International, during when she is back in the States.
the 1940-early 1951 period cons- Unfortunately, we have no beauty parlors
titutes a significant force in the available, but Mama has remained persistently
purchasing power of the nation, blonde.
Workers love to eat meat. They She has conjured certain mysterious unguents
prefer it to any other food. They from her secret valise, and has enslaved Juma,
never miss it when they can at- the headboy. Juma is now a fancy hair-dresser.
ford it. Every Friday is Hair Day, and through some
sort of witchcraft, the old lady turns up blonde.

I think it is of historic value to record the
formula by which Mama remains blonde. In-
structians, In Swahilli, were delivered qp follows:
"Juma," said Master Selby, our -guardian.
"Kujat hapa. Nywele wa Memsaab yake hapana
myeude, ne nyeusi, lakani ku-ti dawa, mpaka
kuwa myeupi."
"Nido," says Juma.
"What in the name of goodness did you tell
him?" I ask.
'I juqt -said 'Juma, come here,'" Harry an-
swered.- "fhen I said: 'Memsaab's hair is not
really white. It is black. But she puts medi-
cine on It until It becomes white.' Juma said
So every Friday Juma puts medicine in Mem-
saab's hair to turn it white, taking great care
to dab it carefully on the parts, and not get,-
ting any medicine on the end of the strands.
The local natives regard p a'4x -a kind of
soteeress, with Juma as her intern, and I will
not be surprised if she What
this makes of her consort cahotnagine but:
I am holding out for the title of Prince. After
all, my hair is turning white, too, but for dif-
ferent reasons.
One of the things that has. outraged Mama's
delicate sensibilities is the plight of African
womanhood. She bitterly resents the term "Ma-
namouki," which is the general description of
All things female. including, wives, who are not
married so much as bought.
She even more bitterly resented the Implica-
tion of Chabaln. the car boy that she was too
old to be married to such a blithesome young-
ster as I.
And the local equivalent of Pelion piled high
atop Ossa when her faithful slave, Juma, mur-
mured that she might have fetched a nice price
in the marital marts before senility attacked
her, considering that she was fat enough to be
As I said, Mama is bearing up. But once in
a while you can see a look in her eye that
plainly bespeaks a longing for the Stork Club.

Drew Pwatb says: GOP facr toul~ b ih
how. Royburn shum deal to l
tax gravy overflow. w,
WAfiH OTO -enW D ht D. 'n
paised-the word to hisa OOP boo* that-hel
n e th publioan nomination.-4f
In additoM, Ike let It be no 't
timid and hesitant poli of internata
and the way they et bitter attacks t
One close friend who returned
ul I4 the Republicans want Ike p2a t
artd wh Ind WpleMon, they're the bder
like g .mihIon distollarb jockey o a twe:
S. general Is ot the east o iM H
President et to Reulaccommodatea onam which. ei
Who say they want aryIk and e ono g to'Jt W r-

n amore an spe r. He's a finge; e fw a
id., ThefflN08eto workand gt f to S-t
Partthe kind of alace Where the tie lt 1io
Elsenhower's dose friends agree it tM
decide whTer he consentsto#na
clan 311" ( or Is disturbed by tour factors:
SPect that a. tbe OOP nominee 6* i
elct -an Isoatnt Republican cong as whtch
** to dump the military and =aonoade ad qpz
2) The lack of a hard-hitting, effectivemtern
GOOP bloc l congress as existed when Senator Arth
berg was actIve. The Xattmpt,to organ the o
W mts among Sebate republicans was J -nuA ,
tor Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., called t
met only onDw .
S 3) The way the Taft-Isola i t WlInz i,60
the O P arty machine Ab Hrmann .ena'ta
exeutve director, boastedto Senate secretaries the
"We're building-a sound organization precinct by.. e.
won't have to ride to victory on the coattailslv n0Eom
Popular figure.
The Tat crowd ame In charge of the Chicago n
machinery and determnied to prevent an 3haenhowe ai
monstr#tfon."L ..
4) The noisy attacks on the general from
Tribune and the Gerald L. K. Smith brand of hat
malls are.being flooded with vile diatribes ag
whi his OP fri ends sit on the sidbline.
Note.-Meanwhile, Governor Dewey's braintrtt I
plans to organize the east coast for enlhowe
Lockwood; now with Dewey in the aEast; hisb
secretary; Jitm Hagerty; and President Truman's "W.
speech writer, former columnist Jay Franklin.
House Republicans tried to make a'deal rqcent y t
No. 1 penny-plncher, Rep. John Taber of New York0
appropraUtion subcommittee. This w enable
a hawkeyeon every penny appropriated by Congreu..
The OOP return pay-off was an offer not to clt1
Department' appropriations. This was & shrewd
they knew the public power appropriations In tti7. ,
were dear Indeed to Speaker Sam. Riyburu s h *i
It we. left to GOP leader Joe ar to to
bargain. Ambling up to Rayburn, Joe ,mumbled: . ._.
"I plan to object to the Interior Bill unless a deal cO W
w worked out" - -, ...... ',,
Rayburn wouldn't tumble. In fact, he would v
"I'm not Interested," he snapped before
the GOP Offer.
All sort of people are trying to .get nto
comes to tax gravy for building war plani til9 .
Chicago Tribune try to entice the Truman t
It bitterly hates-into giving t tribune over ,0
amortization benefits for e g s -,mntip
room, but mapufacturera of toilet paper,' sausage asgs, m
osr41y gre~ i~ttsmacaroni, a cd a
Here are some of the firms whiehhave applied to
ernment for five-year tax amortisatibn on the ground w..
plants they were building or enlarging were necessary to
New York Daily News-Part of the Chicago Tribune
applied for ta x benefits on $3,245,000 for a budding in
In which to store newsprint. .
C'" a"ANI NAe Applied for tax
$814%12=06""n=$e"rvices.". ,
Chcopee Mtgr. COrl. of Milltown, NJ.-Asked for tax
fits .0m a ItW building -for the manufacture of "d
diapers," ,
M and M Ltd., of Newark, NJ.-Asked for tax benefits n
$404000 in connection with an expansion for makrag bpo
canay. It argued that it made candy for the Army and w&o
not be able to supply the demand without the new building.
Quaker Oats of Chattanooga-Asked for tax concessions
a $2,700,000 plant to make hominy grits.
All the above were denied. Other applications, also dent
Crisfleld Dehydrating Co., Somerset County, Md.
chicken-feed, $48,000; Continental Can of Milwaukee, w..
beer cans, 197,000; Santa Anita Potteries, makers of ehwM
$11,618' *arlidff, Inc. Cleveland, to erect an office
880,006; Muselman Co,, Adams County, Pnnqvas a
era of sliced apples, $150,000; Transparent Package Co..
cago, makers of sausage casings, t319 449; and Golden
Micaroni, San Leandro, Calif,. macaroni makers. $S2UL _.
(Copyright, IM, By The Ue11Syndleate, In.)

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Another source of legith
mate increasing demands
on our meat sunly i he

Armed Forces. Th?/ need
THIS Is YOUR FORUM THI READERS OWN COLUMN meat not only for ample re-
nular consumption, but also
for reserve supvies in case
T H E AA I 0 & of emergency. It is estima-
Sor E iw6M A L "J Q ted that men in service eat
two to three times more
u --- meat than they do in civil-
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Please try to kegp the letters limited to one page length. materially improved through
Identity of lette writers is held in strictest confidence the years and will continue to
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for' statements a0 opinions be improved in the days ahead
,up.essed in letters rnom ga redr. by every legitimate means avail-
o able to the locals and the In-
ternatlonal union. However, in
GET A BASKET ON A WIRE be devised than to take the spite of these improvements it
Balboa. C.Z. clerk's time, that way, with each is generally agreed that the cost
I August 1951 customer? If it's Impossible to of the labor factor in the pro-
Editor, have a cash register at each sec- duction of meat has remained
Mailbox, tion, why can't they use the bas- relatively stble over a long
Panama American. ket-on-a-wire system that some period of yrv''s.
Panama City, R.P. of the department stores still use, Nutritiori-:ts call attention to
Dear Sir: in the states? Aren't we already the fact that probably the big-
With regard to the contempla- suffering enough from gest culprit in the meat price
ted change-over to cash sales, in C. Z. Frustration muddle or puzzle is the con-
the commissaries. "Mrs. Oldtim- -sumer himself. Insistent de-
er" is not the only one dubiously HAS VAUGHN BEEN HERE? mands for high priced cuts that
awaiting the change in system. Mail Box Editor. aren't there must share the
While I have no objections to the Panama American. blame for rising prices in nor-
use of cash. rather than the out- Panama City, R.P. mal times.
moded coupon books-it's the Dear Sir: Multinly those normal times
method I dislike b1^ iniornve- In the Panama Canal Review demands by the increasing
nience and delay., if the Ancon for August there is a headline number of customers regularly
Annex is an example. Consider which reads "Income Taxes Paid entering the market for high
what hap,..:s on an I in the Canal Zone Would Meet priced "cuts" that aren't there
shopping trip; you need. we'll ,ay. Civil Government Costs." Actual- and the problem staggers the
the following articles: a spool of ly. this headline should have imagination.
thread, a pair of hose, a new read. "Pay Cut U.S. Rate Em- The housewife and other
purse and some staitonery. You ployes Received January 1, 1951 shoppers who frequently fume
wait in line for your turn with Would Meet Civil Government about the high cost of meat
the notions clerk get your spool Costs." would do well to remember a
of thread she takes it and you While the Governor did not say few additional meat facts.
to the central cashier's desk, so we cannot but wonder whe- 1) That the high-priced.
where you again wait for the op- their he and others are not burn- quick-cooking steaks and roasts
portunity to pay for your thread Ing the midnight oil to ascertain make up only 26 per cent of the
and get it put in a sack; you then just how much to raise rents, in- side of beef.
go to the hosiery counter, where crease commissary prices, and 2) That the remainder which
the routine is repeated; again generally hike other services so comprises almost three-fourtlf
for the purse; AGAIN FOR THE that this place can operate on its of the side is made up of more
STATIONERY! Or. more likely, own. economical, slower eookng,
by that time you're going to be Cut out the neopotism and get but just as nutritious cuts such
late getting home to feed your the "Harry Vaughans" out of as shanks, short ribs, brisket.
amily, so you decide the letters here so that some of the con- round steak, chuck, flank, stew
you intended writing that after- scientious employes can do a job meat and the like.
neen will have to wait until you and you'll need not concern yc. r- The best advice on how to
liave more time to shop. Bee what self about the Canal and its fu- cook these economical cuts is
z mean? Is t really necessary, or ture, Governor. slow and low cook slowly on
ig't some more efficient method Frugality !ow heat.

Kinc.er Atoms

By Petei Edson

WASHINGTON-(NEA) While generals and of reactor development, says it will be many
politicians worry about how, where, and whe- months before it can be determined that the
their to drop atomic bombs, scientists and en- theory of "breeding" fissionable material, creat-
gineers continue their research into the mys- Ing it faster than it is consumed in reactors, is
teries of nuclear fission. Nine years after the workable.
start of the atomic energy project, it is still
almost wholly a weapon producing business. As for the production of fissionable materials
Peacetime applications of atomic energy have by mining operations, AEC now announces the
barely begun to be realized. But a start has U. S. In second place in the free world. The
been made. Belgian Congo is first, with Canada third. What
This is revealed in the new, tenth, semi-an- Soviet Ruissia prDdde-behind the Iron certain
r.ual report of the Atomic Energy Commission. is of course unknown. -
It shows what a big business atomic energy has It is in the laboratories that the real pro-
become. There are 100,000 people working at it mise of the atomli age-to-come still lies. Most
today. Over 5500 work for the government ABC of the research to date has been with isotopes
itself. Some 47,000 work for private industry the radioactive atoms that can be traced.
contractors who operate the AEC plants. Over Radioactive cobalt is now being widely-used
26,500 are construction workers building new in place of X-rays to detect flaws in metals.
plants, and this number will increase to over Use of radioactive materials to sterilize foods
47,000. and drugs already in containers, without the
use of heat,. Is considered possible.
Nearly $5 billion have been spent on atomic Accurate measurement of the water-content
energy projects thus far. Another $2.5 billion of snowfall, through automatically-transmitted
have been appropriated or requested for the signals from radio-cobalt rays, has been proved
coming year. Plant and equipment of AEC to-r practical in California.
day inventory at nearly $2 billion.
The difference between this equity ,and the Ohio State University is experimenting with
total cash outlay $3 billion is said by AEC the properties of matter within one one-thou-.
Chairman Gordon Dean not to represent the sandth of' a degree of absolute zero, which Isa
value of atomic bombs manufactured nor. the minus 490.7 Fahrenheit.
stockpile of fissionable materials. Figures on At Argonne laboratory, Chicago. a rare form,
such things are carefully concealed in AEC ac- of helium was ,solidified under 600 pounds per
counting methods and reports. square inch pressure at minus 467 degrees Fah-
The taxpayer is entitled to ask. however, what rcnheit, in a tubing no thicker than a human
he has received in return for this huge outlay % hair.
of cash. The readiest answer is that ie -b" This is the new microscopic physics and.
obtained security to whatever degree U. 8. chemistry which opens the door to exploration
possession of an atomic bomb stockpile. h pre- of whole new worlds; how metals war 'out aun
vented war. de friction; how cows make milk: how plant
As for direct, peacetime benefits t will absorb fertilizers.
raise the standard of living, practically every- In the field of medicine, there is the widest
thing is still in the research stage. atomic research.
Atomic power production is years aWay If- A thousand cases of leuke ia, treated with
fort has been concentrated on the building of radio-phosphorus, were not. cured, but suffering
ship and aircraft propulsion reactors. -Lessons was reduced. A thousand cases of overtime
learned in these development, will be applicable thyroid have been controlled by radlo-odne.
to production of comerial power from altmic Mice whose spleens were shielded with lead
energy. were found to survive otherwise tthal doames of
Four pairs of companies one a public Utll- atomic radiation. o t
Ity, the other a manufacturing or engineorig At New England's Deaeones Ho ta rat
chemical firm have been given ooa*acts to exposed to lethal radlatom were Joined artftl-
study the feasibility of private induLtr Wi pW6. clay by Siamese train pery toiWmpU ed
duction of power and flasonable raA. resultiri ina s"nog the a ot e e
Construction has ben completed oal d !. ra
breeder reactor at- ABC's new testing teneS., that's how s lne triem to.fla m t i the
Arco, Idaho. But Lawrence R. Hafttad, diretOr evils of atomic bombs.




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I"l' "-PA-IMA, R. P., L AGOSTO 6, 1951 CINO CENT'1WOR
p AD tus is Bis

..a "s 20. circu cripciones e ectorales
.C rane c rcu c ln

El Miratro de. Gobierno ha

pedido a os bernadores

la indacion de las nismas

S 41" MMfvie I Goblerno y Justicla dictar in detre-
to mnediante *i cuaL s dividir6 el pafs en veinte circuns-
cripciones elecferler, de oacordo-con to establecido en
ld articulo 10I dIe la ly de Sueldos, que cre6 puestos para
veinte cedulkddmre, segin inform el Dr. Miguel Angel
Ord6iez esta maiaona.
La diviAi6n s hor6 on 4I sig uiente forma: Dari6n 1;
Co6An 2; Chirlqui 3; Veraguas 2; Herrera 3; Los Santos
3; Coc r 3; Bocos del Toro 1; y IPnam6 2.
. : El Ministir Ord6oiez manifest que se le habia envia-
do circulates toedes los gobemadores con el fin de que
levm a to Confereonci que tondr6 lugar on Bocas del
Tor el. Sbado pr6xinm todos los detalles sobre la men-
cio.eda divisi6a, atendiendo a oas comunicaciones entire
las diversas localidades.
Tambi6n inform6 el mencionddd funcionario que den-
tr6-de poco se hard el no.mbrmiepto de los ceduladores,
6 i s cuales so tratarf e& c6mplacer a todos los partidos
Spoliticos, tal como so hieo coa el nombramiento de. los
S gobernadores.

Los Departamentos de E tado

y Defense de acuerdo con la

actitud tomad r pr Ridgway
EAta dt A j tfes j idrar .B 05 si los co-
muntat ereet quen coan .premi6n lograrAn
S loqueM bu ~e.
tw B 4g34J 6 (LP Ide l nlerqola.

Al atmo los leg "
dore Utanto 6cratas c 0
Rtepublicanos expresarn O a-
Fro 'dnll de la declali de
fdgway de suspender la. on-
venaclneos huts tantb loc
comnuustas den una explickt6n
a su volaoI6p de la nelftzall-
dad de aaeionlg.
La detil6n .que se tomal de
omin aeuerdo entire el Coman-
fo de Ridgbat eab Tokio y el-
Goblerno d. Washington, aipa-
tentemente ,aino tiene thiall-
4ad aelarpr lu cosas a los co-
munhsta~r' as que eaperan *-
jeter lpOtOirobte 76s ddie0,-
doI de lam Naolones Unidas ha-
ciendo desfilar fuerzaa armadas
por un lugar cercano al edificlo

Wfians martea a las ocho en
puhto. el Club Mlura celebta-
rdM a Impbrtante reunl6id en
el ar acoattumbrado. Club
t, em t e8tA organzando un
_W al beneficom del Orfe-
~la ide Malambo. Vn vista de
la i porta-la de los asuntgo
0qu6 Vai a trata soe le rue-
fi U puatual aaltebcla a ta-
dos los mimM ro

tuado igoftabfftwonte :! "adop-
3 p W%?Brws-
'a d dlf I "a 's&La
i6fide Rldg&ay pro't e creta
que Wste habia ftza azun-
to tI pO L Ver a prueba la bue-
Anb ude lon comunistas y "er-

!y *eu-
tabioer u la s.paue4a upertlo-
r~diW psll66gl"'

AMuri6 esta manana

dinMario Preciado

ir16 esta maftana en esta
capital don Mario Preclado, dis-
tinguldo eomerciante, mlembro
de honorable famUla paname-
Ifa. El senior Peciado era pro-
pletario de la Libreria Precia-
do, uno de los estableclmlen-
tds mai seroas en su ramo y
estuvo vinculado durante toda
su vida a las actividades co-
Al informar sobre tan sen-
,lble fallecimlento "El ZPanamA
America' express asu condolen-
cia a les familarea del extinto.

Eta n'och se Ise cian en Irfin

las negociaciones para buscar

sluci6n a problema petrolero
L nacionalUtas eusan al Gobierno de estarse
vendiendo a los britinicos

Mertos y heridos,

en Indonesia por

gteque comunista
JNKARTA, Indonest, agosto
- -~). t1o meno trees
munert"a y
do aW despu6s
.an el $Ie= I

TEHERAN, Agosto 6 (UPY -
Los delegados iranios y brlti-
nicos que buscan la solution de
la dispute petrolera Anglo I-
ranta celebraran sau pinmra
reunl6n esta noche a pesar de
los grit*$ de quo IrAn se e lt
vendlenido a los britinlcos.
El Jefe de la delegacl6n brl-
lnica, ci Lard del Sel0 Priva-
do, Ira maftna par la via area
G Abadin pat ilveastlar las
quejas de que loe emplealos
britanlcos estn aiendo tratauos
pmal. La reflueria de Aibadhn fo
cerSada el ams pao. Pu.
U envlado fajtr del Pre-
sidente Truman, W. Averrall
Esrulman, quten Qvovlo a rwon
a ai blow 7 wio twu-
Bao de uns z duhOn, scon-
qpebri a it aBW yn vlla a
*I hae h vl.mwwed Rfaz
Pahievi. ea uas tru a. n t


Con la renta del agua se financial

el emprestito para el alcantarillad
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Un muerto y cuatro heridos en

colisi6n de site automoviles
Uns e .m a muerta y l ty I ta en el primer accidents *e
as herMs 6 el reultado del encontraban atendiendo a lot
espeetaelar aceidente autombo heridos -fuera de los cnco' ca-
vilitico, quw eUnolvi6 siete &a; rro;, qus el caml6n empuJ6 al
rroaw er on a sec- p'lpe lo. ..
em de s carre- Los herldoe et *l aceldente


racone as U '
. La isefis Elle abaum.
asajera en unoe 1 oarros
remult6 muerts, mientras los
choferes de los d os utomdIles
resultaron con herids le.ves.
AlientraI los ocupantua de lo-
aatom6viles collslonaOs so de-
dieaban a prestat ayada a los
heridos tres atatonlmdvIles max
pararon. f"L enteos etuando
un cam6u, cargado de cemento
se estrel6 eon lo eineo auto-
m lles que se se encontraban es-
taetenadwo en line. anterior- .J T
mente, causando dos heridos
mas de gravedad.
La senior* Kienbaum, norte-
americana resident en Ia Ave-
nida 4 de Julio, fau conducida
al hospital Santo Tomas donde
muri& horse despus, debido a -
fraetura multiple del erAneo.
rgu deelaraeones del cho- El sitlo mareado con la cruz
fer' l cami6n, seor Kustacio rue el lugar done ocurri6 ayer
Manuel Falques los Irenos le el a paratoso aoIdente auto-
fallaron momnentinmente, no movillstleo quoe envolv6 slete
pudiendo evitar la oolbe6n que carns y deJ6 como saldo dolo-
destrauy comp etmInte los reso un muerto y cuatro he-
otros dos vehiCU rides.
Hasta el mon de cerrar
plans nuestro 7 no se ha- fueron los seiores Clifton Bel-
bjan tornado declaraciones del field Anderson,. panameno de
senior C. B. Anderson, chofer 39 aio.; Jorge flp panameo de
del carro doede o ajaba la se- 39 afioe; sadoph. Rosenthal
flora Klenbaumn. Knight, pAnameU o de 39 afior
De acuerdo ion declaraciones y Gabriel Garcia, panamefio de
de funcionarlos oneargados de 36 afos de edad. Todos se en-
la investlaci6n1, la snica raz6n cuentran alojades en el Hospl-
por la cua no hubo mLs muer- tal Santo Tomas eon heridar
teo fau6 que las personas envuel- leves.

Interviene en polemica sobre

el Concurso Ricardo Mir el

jurado Carlos I
Don Carlos Manuel Gasta-
zoro, jurado califlcador del Con-
curso Ricardo Mar6, en la sec-
cldn de historla .nos ha remi-
tido Ia siguiente adtaraci6n ter-
ciando en la poltmica suscita-
da en relaci6n con el fallo otor-
gado on dicho concurso yen la
cual nan Intervenido el jurado
Cesar A. de Leon y el doctor
Erneato CastUllero Pinentel, uno
de los concursantes.
Aelarasehn eemsaria
In la edl 6n de "La Estre-
Ua de PanamA" del dia de hoy
aparece la contestfel n del Dr.
Krnesto CMA If I l0lmentel al
proftom OCsar A. oft L4e6n en
relaeon oon nueotr ftll en la
men bitoria nurso
"Ricardo Ir6". at stce aqmu
ntgunma refereonui a a per-
sona, pes a qp junto
con Mlos f o Le6n y
Mir6 el o fallo y
ful tain de njustas
Scum cima perh del doc-
tar Ctrieo, nr eaviada
a Mtintro de alr 'y pu-
dad o gn ee g el
.a Cgo-~ f ^B ^ *

M. Gasteazoro
nombre en el escrito de hoy,
se debe a que el doctor Casti-
Hero se ha enterado de que
en las reunions efectuadas por
et jurado para cambiar ideas
sabre los mereclmlentos de los
trabajoe presentados al Con-
curso, y que, deicho sea de paso,
se lIevaron a cabo en un cli-
ma amltoso que no excluia la
independencla mis amplia. sos-
tuve Ia opinl6n de que el tra-
bajo firmado con "Cavour" de-
bia conceddrsele el primer pre-
mio del Concurso en vista de
qule etesa estudlao era de
los ms escabrosos de nuestra
history a republl--na y que era
tratad. pr aprimera vez en for-
ma Itt c en nuestra his-
towio= QiM bien la obra
era duIEl en sus parties, era
la quoe dcS ft un mayor es-
fi drs tveligUda y atraia nor
la V'Mi ay aldd de muchas
de xIt M
No .ate, aift reconoclen-
do lee Aw fto Iadicados arriba
y otan Indudablemen-
te qu.ot y que so el

Las fotograflas nos mues-
tran el estado en que que-
daron los carros que soe es-'
trellaron en aIs carretera
transistmlca Layer domingo
en Ia maana. La colisi6n
dej6 como resultado un
muerto y cuatro. heridos. El
ultimo de los choques ocu-
rri6 ouando un cami6n car-
ti0HH OlaS0 tie oI hA o ,O '

traban on la oarretera presI,
tando ayuda a various heri-
dos en una colisl6n anterior.

Temporalmenle se

separa del PRI el

Edecdn del Pdte.
El Teniente Coronel Rofulfo
U. Castrell6n, Edecan del Prcod-
dente de la Repi:blica, se ha se-
parado temporalmente de su
posici6n en el Directorlo del
PRI y ha solicitado a que se lia-
me a su suplente, ya que dc-ea,
mantenerse alejado de 0 a poli-
ties, mientras desempefie el de-
licado cargo que ocupa e u la
Segun manlfest6 el Tenlente
Coronel, el desea corresponcer
asi a la sollcitud del Presldcnte
Don Alcibiades Arosemeni, de
que los funcionarlos pfib'lios
con mando y jurisdiccl6n re
mantengan alejados de la pjli-

Ho deben oir los

j6venes programs

radlales obscenos

El Papa Pio XII exhort6
a los educadores en
ese sentido
ROMA, Agosto 6 (UP)-El Pa-
pa Plo XII record a los edu-
cadores catolfcos que deben lu-
char constantemente para evi-
tar que sus alumnos lean lite-
ratura pornografica vean pe-
liculas y escu-hen programs
radiales que pongan en peligro
su bicnestar moral y spiritual.
En un mensaje tranamitido
a la sesidrLde clausura del Con-
greso Inter-Amerleann de Edu-
caeln Catolica en fo de Ja-
Leiro, el Papa dijo que el ma-
yor problema a que Uenen que
enfrentarse los educadorese es
eliminar' las deficienelas en 'a
educacidn dentro del hogar de
muchos j6venes.
El Papa cit6 la encdlica de su
predecessor Plo XI para menclo-
nar el pr9blema de 'los dalos
.morales religiosos qu sufren
tantos Jvenes incautoe que se
dedlean a la lecture de mate-
ral pornogrAlico, ver pellcu-
iu obeeenas y eaesehar pro-
r1umas radiales'..
SDijo el Papa que los educadio-
res cat6licos deben levatar-a
la nifiez frente a la Imagen de
r I~opara desarrollar 'sa espi-
ritu" en tal form q"3dteBs no
sman desvledoms cusa enteen
:a el torbelloe dq Tyta no-
Ilil y cvil actuaL.- .
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Tecnik s del J aoN

Mundial estudlari el
Sel financiamiento ;
El empr6stito para la cons&
trucci6n del acueducto y al I
cantarillado de las afudrast
la ciudad serA garantizad
con la renta del agua, segRIa
so nos inform en la mahiani
de hoy on fuentes oficiales.. a
Este empr6stito oscilarAi
entire site y diez millones do
balboas y el plan sobre el
mismo ya fue presented a
consideraci6n del Banco Munv
dial de Washington. -
_____Desde hace alg6n tiemp.,s
S . una compafia de los Estado-
Intento suiCIdarse en forma Unidos haestado haciendo
studios del alcantarillado !
ella. afueras y a la vez eoti,.
dramatica y spectacular el 'omp'"e daa r" "
ln plan do financiamiento-de 14
Iider cubanO Eduardo Clubas obra.
Se hizo un disparo en el est6mago delante del mi- El alcantarillado de las a-
fueras abarcaria a San Franpi
cr6fono. Se report su estado come grave cisco e la Caleta, Rio Abal,
o, e1lalo NCUetv y Jua b

eo(Ortodos A t 10 serlos problems
encuentra dct, .Vsalud pdblioa que confront-
dexpu6s de iiaIdrIsin o in-
tento de sukldlo al fnalizar hoy la ciudad, segun so nolle
su transmisl6n radial anoche en manifesto
los estudlos, de laicMQ. So inform6 asimismo que
Chibis se hizo un disparo de .no 6 aimsm qu
revolver en el est6mago en pre- various thcnicos del Banco
sencia de altos dirgentes de su Mundial voendrin a Panam&-
partido, a los cuales habia cl- dontro do
tado de antemano. d poco, a estudlar las
ChibAs fue lievado urgente- posibilidades de que la rental
mente al Centro Mddlco Qui- del agua produzca las antra-
rfirgico en done le fueron apli-
cadas inmediatamente varies V das suficientes para cubrir el
transfuslones de sangre. Duran- moncionado epstto
te roaa I &no chese.ongr...o

Un portavoz del os Ortodoxos
dijo que Chibas soe estaba sin-
tiendo deprimido dltimamente
debido a que no habla podido
nrnhfr lnc carorns nuea habia he-

cuelas mal equipadas, por lo
que fue duramente criticado
dentro de su propio partido.
El portavoz dio que cUando
ChlbAs se hizo el disparo ano-



cho contra el Ministro de Edu- che, esperaba que este se oye- TOKIO, agosto 6. UP).
caclon Aurellano SAnchez Aran- ra en el aire. Ir6nlcamente. el El General Matthew B. Ridg-
go de que este estaba malver- mlcr6fono se encontraba des- way convoco a los delegados de
sando los condos pfbllcos y a conectado en ese moment. las Naciones Unildas a las con-
los cusles se le di6 gran pu- El boletin medico dice que ferencias para el cese de fue-
blicidad. ChibAs se encuentra en estado go en Corea a una reunion ur-
de gravedad y que ha sido ne- gente en Tokio y les dijo quO
Chibas habia prometido pro- cesarlo aplicarle varias trans- se mantuvieran en contact tUP
ducir "evidencia substancial" fusiones de sangre y oxigeno. lefonico con el toda la noche.
contra Aureliano, pero solo pro- La bala le perform los intesti- La presencia en Toklo de log
sent varias fotografias de es- nos. cuatro delegados de las Naclo-
nes Unides asi como el jefe do
la delegaci6n, vice-Almirante C.
Turner Joy, hace improbable
Los empleados zoneitas han as negociacionesseream
den hoy.
Ridgway suspend16 las nege.
Sciaclones porque los comunistas
~pres n ad U l aU pard Id violaron "flagrantemente" 1l
i neutralidad de Kaesong, en don-
es de se Ilevan a cabo las cenft
devolucion de unos impuestos encias, al dejar que tropas a
madas desfilaran frente al edb
De fallarse en favor de ellos tendrain que devolver- ficio de las conferencias.
SEl Coartel General de Ridg-
se unos tres millones de d6lares cobrados way tambien anunci6 oficial-
en impuestos sobre la renta mente que el Comando de IU_
Naciones Unidas busca una I-i
La firm de abogados Cl:irns nea neutral basada "en efectoP
& McNevin, quienes representa- en el actual frente de batal*,
ron a mas de 660 resldentes de l s .1 1 Los conunistias, por su
la Zona del Canal en la lucha Miles d e d elegados si?,uen insistiendo en transa-"
contra los impuestos sobre la r stones radiales que la linea
renta han presentado un rea- f puesta por las Naciones ZoUnidm
mo ante la Oficina de ReA.s ro|OS cruzan h cia se encuentra considerablemen1
Internas para que se devuehan al Norte del Paralelo 38y Y 1,
lents d e e30 d Bern occid Diie ental M B rid de aretlra de n
ren de 1. A Dlcn- ntes de que Ridgway suie
bre de r95"0 BERLIN, agosto 6. (UP). ipendiera las negociaciones, 48"i
La presentacl6n del reclaoMiles de delegados comunistas tasse encontraban estancad-
es solo el primer paso en l q'..e al Congreso de )a Juventud Co- desde hacia diez dias. Los ,
tanto los abogados comao .ss munista en Berlin Oriental eva- munistas exigian una linease
c;lentes conslderan que sera u- dieron la Policia Popular y las tral a lo largo del Paralelo NW
na larga serle de movlmlei.:os patrullas para cruzar hacia Hasta el moment el
lzgales. Berlin Occidental para echarle ral Ridgway no ha dado
La demand ha sido pre.cn- Un vistazo al mundo occiden- indicio sobre el por que
tada con base en los sigulei.E.5s tal. voco urgentemente a loa -
cinco puntos que segun los a- Muchos de los delegados de- gados a la reunion en
Logados Collins y McNevin ha- saflaron abiertamente a la Po- La Radio de Pekin
cen que los impuestos cobrados licia Roja y cruzaron con sus tiU detalladamente la lines
en la Zona del Canal son i.e- uniforms anzles, mientras que tral propuesta per las N
gales: otros taparon sus uniformes con Unidas. diclendo qua ea s
1) Imlestos nin Represen- ropes de civiles. obligaria a los comvinlsta
taei6n. Debldo al "-status" leval La Polltca de Berlin Occiden- der terreno, to cual "9W
de la Zona del Canal. los chii- tal dijo que "miles" de los j6- mos aceptar en )o a
dadanos norteamericanos en dl- venues delegados comunistas cru- Segun la Radio de
cha zona no tienen derecho a zaron la frontera hacia Berlin lies propuesta por
una represqntacl6n en el Con- Occ d ntaL Trelinta y sets de ne Unidas es la
greso. los delegates p-deron asilo po- "Partlendo d es,
2) DIsorimunascdn. La ley es litico pa no regresar a la una S mias ait
discrimlnatoria en el sentido ion rtoa. Oes o0 1o habian r all 38 en kS_-
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Drew Pearson dice: Los Republicnoso tendr6n un gran +.
T.L S-P740 IctNAL PIvADA) APRTADO POTAL 'No. 34 trabajo tratando de postulara Eimnhower; todos quie- a-
_T__ __ __ST_ __A_.___c._o. H. __ ,7ren beneficiarse de las concesiones sobre impuestos. i
PROBLEMS QUE REQUIEREN DEBATE WASHINGTON. El Gene- Porma part del grupo del Chl-
Sral Dwight Eisenhower le ha Cago Tribune y pidl6 beneficlos
PUBLICO dicho muy reservadamente a por 1,246,000 d61area para cons-
..s............ sus simpatizantes RepublicanOs truair un dep6slto de papel en
Dentro del sistema democritico los problems que no et Innteresado en la IBrookIlyn
Spostulacion, de ese partido, sl Sind oato del Chicago Tribune D0Br
nacionales demandan una equilibrada intervention los aislacionistas controlan el Pidi6 benefcllos por F.489,122
de todas las fuerzas vivas del pais para encontrar- partido. dolares por "servicloa noticio-
les, dentro de las circunstancias, la mas favora- Ademas, Ike hizo saber que Chicopee MFGR. Corp. Pi-
los s d cm id se encuenLra bastante disgusa- d16 beneflos npor 35,534 d6lares Niu
ble soluci6n para los interests de la comutimida e indecima PO- r la ionstrucc6in de una fi-3 die
Es indudable que una objetiva participaci6n de litica de los Republicanos que bica de "pifiales de Laael". a no6fun
Ssi screen en el internacionalismo "M And M Ltd.- di con- La apertur formalnc del nueo -craton-
Td., asociados en 1o que respect a ciertos asuntos y la forma como han permiti- cesiones por $494,000 en co- v espacioso domicfllo del o01-
de proporciones nacionales constituye un magnifi- do que Eisenhower sea ataeado. nexi6n con la expans16n de su lywood Radio & Television
a Un amigo intimo de Eisenho- fAbrica de pastillas de choco- Institute, en el coraz6n mismo
CO auxilio para los dirigentes de la Administracion wer que regres6 de Paris re- late. Aleg6 que las pastillas las del fabuloso Ho]lywood, pro-
Pablica, el cual se traduce, en iltimo analisis, en clentemente, describlo la situa- consume el ejercito y que no porcionando "an Aa mu ex- Par
ci6n en estas palabras: pbdra hacerle frente a la de- tendida a esa egueia prequr-
beneficio para gobernantes y gobernados. "Si los Republicanos quieren mandsa s no construye una sora de la en~eflanta por to-
Recientemente, en comentarios editoriales, "El a Ike solo para lanzar al Par- nueva ftbrica. rrespondencia, ae anunciad1
Panama-America" ha puesto de relieve la necesi-tido y ganar las elecciones, es- "Quaker Oats" 0-Pidl6 son- par su president, senior C. H.
tin muy equivocados. Eso seria cesiones per 2,700,000 para la Mansfield.
dad de volver al campo, en el sentido de que re- lo mismo que poner a un jine- construcci6n de una nueva fa- Ubicado en Hollywood Bou-
gresen al interior, dentro de tin plan debidamente tde unabmion de d6lares abrca. petione fueron evard un de los mis renom e
bre un caballo de dos dolares. Todas estas"peticiones fueron brados del mundo. Telcaae Holly-n.portuti Ii ,echo qu
coordinado, los miles de obreros panamefios que, G e n s unter-negadas. wood Radio & Television In- On MOOUIs InStitiu-
to ie General no est lntere- statute, esti proalamenta en eo l 016ide & mW mndial, con
atrafdos por la bonanza econ6mica durante los afios ad en loa ms minima- en e sd mdn
.sado enlo mis mintinen au ,Centro de las actiliiades do Alumna mi de cuarenta
de tajguerra, abandonaron las laborers agricolas para postulacn para Presidente s6- Radio, Televlsn y honato- ph dudos
prao para acomodar a un candi- grafia. El mundialmente famo- MuchOf do graduados
huscar trabajo en las ciudades de PanamA y Col~n. dato a Alguacil. Aquellos queoDRE ANAMEUiIANA so Teatro Chino de Grauman del H. T R., dlsemlnados por
Al tratar este asunto advertimos la convenien- dicen que quieren a Ike tantoI s encuentra a euadra d o P anoamercanos
ia de elaorar un plan utenga p objeto etivan a tenerque hacer algO mis distancia, y dentro do unas quo trbadan actualmente on
ca de elaborar un plan que tena pr objeto e decir, "He aqu a un ran cuantas s etn tuo l radod tiendas d ra- pup
mular ese que se ha llamado la vuelta al cam- hombre que va a conquistar las fene l studios de l a principle& e- di0, compam de transport do
a e q s n l melecciones para noaotros". Estos misoras de Radio y TeIlevisl6n. aWreo o htliendo ss proplos
poM Es vecir, que el gobierno nacionl patrocine en tendran que trabajar y luchr r"Este nuevo domicilio del H. negoclos, Yon u xito, se.o- Dir
el interiar del pais programs de producci6n que para conseguir aqu el Partido ores orO00rmasR. T. I. eat& dedoado sa ues- =f, ,4L, Is consuna- misi
Republican sea un lugar en ___tros estudiantes e Is Ami#ri- da enoefiausal Quorecibleron.
sirvan de aliciente al trabajador panamefio para donde el General se slenta como r ca Latina, aoraidt *u lealtad Deode fuera Pndado el los
que acuda a la cita que se le hace. en au casa". lat le n im lado eni b. R ien 9tadun el cra o
EsJca o-oqee.a a-deRadio. Televisi6n7y Elect6nica, ha expori entado un creci-
Es obvio que en la elaboracion de ese plan Los amigos intimos de El- ha contribuido a nues tr cre- miento oenacional, alcanzan-
nec sariamente tendrian que intervenir diversos senhower estAn de acuercidan J m o n e s cimiento", manifeat6 el sefor do lmbrabl adelantosa, dice
nqu esto ser. lo qua decide Mansfield. "La extensa Area el presiditp Mansfield. "En
factors, de manera que no puedq considerarse el si A 1 accede a ser postulado, 0 rto d 0 que encerra nuestro ediloaquel no habit radio-
asunto como algo absolutamente ficil y sencillo. y pr qu parti: en Hollywood, soert destinada receptors pa s autom6vil, ae-
asnto como algo absolutamente1) El temor de que come enteramente al aumento de nM estaban haciendo las pr-
Por eso sera de desearse que, con un criterio ob- cndidateprdeial de los PEK personal, facldadS y mais O- meris ooulas parlantes, las
jetivo, la opinion piblica se manifieste en relacion Republicanos ayude a elegir KRAKUS a nuesroruino nara prodorcionar conversclnts eran do-telefn-
a iste o a cualquier otro proyecto. Los-elementos Congreso de aislacioistas DREWS a moroanIo uturo". das, el rad dnoe ae convert
de la coinunidad que se considered en condiciones el program de ayuda military El H oywood da ele- y la televiat6n no era mas que
de sugerir cualquier idea, deben hacerlo para con- erndid.ca que el tanto ha Ios ofrece: elt i an un lejano efio".
tribuir a orientar a los altos funcionarios del Es- Z) La falta de un effective COM tiARI ATO t i'a v mis edead, porcentaJa"En considerable de au-
tado en tan important aspect de la vida nacio- Repubcano en el Congreso COMISARIATO esiva e i e-po pue dea de:
atI. lismo, tal come existI6 du- TAGAROPULOS correspondencis n ociden- lidad dou al otro distan-
rante el tempo que el Sena- te de la Amdrica del Norte, y lad pe a otas distan-
"El Panama-America" ofrece sus paginas para dor Arthur Vandenberg enta- Tel 1000 Col6n. fue la primers, hace 20.afios,t la eiculashalladash A
dar cabida a cualquier debate que, dentro de la vivo. El utlmo intiento de n ofrecerla en el idiom es- reemlasado en abolutoea l
organizar a los internaciona- REPARTO A DOMICILIO pafiol. En ]a actualidad su cur- ne silonaloso, y sin el usi Gel
2,. seria y patri6tica mentalidad, tenga cabida listas entire los Senadores Re- so puede obtenerse tamblen en trav6i de losrlelos aviones a
en tmno al asunto que nos ocupa. ublicanos fue en enero de tria de avlacalo jama iHabrit
1949 cuandn el Senador Henry tenido tan Jormidable de o-
* In a eilcs deiuaiagicOS los elements capaces Cabot Lodge Jr., convoc6 a A I oy ,poAr tra a li teii-
de la comunidad tlenen el deber de enfocar esta una reunl6n. Ete Irapo solo 7nA V jAU o en 4sia l I in-
41ase de"problemaisqtse afeetan a todos, lo mismo r. ENTA CAr JUAN d en emuno.e odoa etgr
4ue deben hacer el mayor esfuerzo por encontrar- CONCESIONES DE IMPUESTOS aVElA DE lASAS EN JUAN DIAZ r 1 tmacma t ia
les una adecuada salida que consulate los intereses Toda clause de gente estA tra- El rerente del ron poasibles ratelidas uso d
generales del pueblo panamefio. tando de obtener beneficlos los principiops de radio-elsotr&
Sdel uando se trata de conceso- BANCO DE URBANIZACION Y REHABILITACION nica desde la secha en que tile-
nes de impuestos para la ra fundado el H. R. T. I.
construcci6n de fabricas para i n f o r Im a Conutantemente introducimois
isa defense. No solo el "Chi- ms mejoras a nuestro cursolpor
cago Tribune" trat6 de enga- que hasta el Sibado, 11 de Agosto, seluiri ablerto el correspondencia sobre Radsio
fiar a la administraci6n -la period de petlclones pars compra de casas de uno y de Televisi6n y Electr6nlca. con el
cual odia con sus cinco sen- dos cuartos en la nueva Urbanisaci6n do Juan Dias No. 1. fin de mantenerlo slempre al
tidos-- para que le diera mas Los Interesados deben llenar loa formfullrios en las oflel- dia con cada nuevo adeleato".
de dos millones de d6aIrei nas del BUR. Come se ha venlde Informando, squellas "Reconocemo. como un fctor
en concesiones de impuestos personas que habian hecho petilelones anterlormente ten- important de nuestro progre-
pars la amortizaci6n de sus drain que repetirlas con arregle al nuevo formulario. so, el anunciarnos en esta re-
Snuevos talleres, sino que los Se llama las atenci6n nuevamente sobre el hecho de que vista". express, asimismo, el
fabricantes de papel higl~ni- estas adjudicaciones no se haran a la suerte ni per seftor Mansfield. "Esta excelen-
co. envolturas de salchichis, influencias, sino por los miritos del peticionario, Is nece- t revista represents al pdbll-
pansales, macarrones y pasti- sidad que tenga de una vivienda y su capacidad de page. co que esti interesado en el a-
11-i deo chocolate han hbecho EL GERENTE delanto de su persona y en su
peticlones pars beneficiarse mejoramiento econ6mico".
iIne aqui algunas de las corn-
Cna as quo han echo petl-
co -: nara powder amortizar A
S,., s" construcciones en cinco
"" 4i afos, alexando que sus nue- V A*
vas fabricas son necesarias
p.r' Ia movllizatl6n:
l"New York Daily News" Se complace on poner a la orden de su numerosa
clientele, su nuevo itinerario a las
.j, .. .- ,provincios Centrales
tAMILIA FELIZ Con buena voluntad todo puede hacerse.
lequi vemos a un perro, un gato y un pajaro quienes han
side grandes amigos desde hace aros r .

PRO NTO LLEGARA enalida etra o Sale de Patilla .... ... 7:30 a.m.

EDUARDO ARENALES Sale de Aguadulce..... 8:30a.m.

REPUBLICA DE PANAMA Sale de ChitrC. . . . 11:00 a.m.
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Se anuncia que los pr6ximos examenes para optar E R SSAE N EM
el titulo de Contador Publico Autorizado, conform Io |
estipula la Ley 10a. de 1935, se Ilevaran a cabo el diaC Teleono 3-1337 Aeropuerto Paiilla
12 de Octubre del ano en curso. Los aspirantes deben office Service en Santiago llame al Aeropuerto
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Bra. MELVA DEB FRRER-Calle Joa6 Fco. do la Ossa
No. 5-Una v$trina licorers barnI~ada On color
nogal oscuro. Oan6 con 1 semana.
Sr. CHARLES E. CAPLETTON-Calle la. P. Nuevo,
No. 4177-Una camsa double de caoba barnizada en
laspe oscuro, con su colch6n y spring de resorts.
n estate de dos cuerpos cn Ie intoera,
barnisado en jaspe oscuro. Oa6 a iean .
Sr. VICTOR OUINARD-Calle s. g.io, .. 25-
Una cama double de caoba b n a CQlor na-
tural, con su spring de r elt co Gan6
con 3 semanas.
8r. VICTOR MORALES-Ssanta Maria, Interior, No. 13
-Una cams double de caoba barnUgida en jispe
naranja, con su colchon y spring de resorts. Ga-
na con 6 semanas.
San Francisco, No. 45--Una camn double do hierro
con su colch6n y spring. Ganada con 11 semanas.
Sr. ZRNESTO GOMEZ-Calle 17 Central Este No. 1-
Un colch6n para cama double. Gan6 con 17 sema-
Sra. EDITH DE ALVES--Calli Jos6 de Obaldia, No. 10
-Una estufa de tree quemrador as* rea Perfec-
tion, Gan6 con 22 semanas.
Srta. GREGORIA VARGAS-Calle Del Rosario (La
Chorrera) Ho. 3-Un Jgo de sala estilo Renaci-
miento espahiol compues o de: Un sofA, dos pol-
tronas, dos sillas meoeoras. dos sillas paradas
y una mesa de centro, tapizadas en color verde
y barnizadas en Jsspe naranja. Ganado con 33
Srta. MARINA VEGA--Calk Via Eapafla. No. 3017-
Uns Impara reidenewial Modelo No. 140-L. Gana-
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Brts. MARIA RUILOBA-Ca lq 44, Bella Vista, No. 7-
Dos camas de eoba., Indlviduales, barnizadas en
jaspe Aaranja eon sua colahones de resorted. Un
gabinete dw coctpa snaltado en blanco. Ganado
con 38 semanas.
La Boca, No. 1062---n juego de sala de cinco pie-
sM estilo Renacin ento Espafiol, compuesto de:
dos mecedoras, dos lllas paradas, uns mesita de
centro, barnizadas en Jaspe naranja1y taptadas
ea azul. Ganado con 42 semanas.


Muebleria F-e*eria Articulm de C is
Joyer y Plaria Objel.. pera Rq|s-
(Ave. Central IS a m. a laLaai a (Antua PFerrta 0


etAin desempoesmt
Estl ort7 emleo m
R Mbeo. T~ais 9 a 13.


O --n
-* -.. ,.... 'J-i

, ',L ,

n blano y
Especl.. .l,9

25-Diminutivo de Teresa.
26-De fama o merlto notable,
28-Afdresis de ahora.
33-Tablado o plataforma.





r. ,

fiene los

5n de la
-- en -

IN 0


el bailatin con music en los
pies y ritmo en la sangre
-- en --

-- con --

a tpda. aiaquina i Ules
as mas modernaos oaos

46 47

1-Agujero para sacar agua.
$--Dios griego del amor, Inv.
12-Cocinas en seco.
i 14-Concejal.
15-Que que tiene oficio de
17-Labor en metales preciosos.
18-Plantas de flores rojas.
19-Qr.e tiene nudos.
21-Movimiento nervioso.
23-Del verbo calar.
25--Relativo a la orden de
Santo Tomas.
30-Que carece de pelos.
31-Lista o catalog, Inv.
32-Que cuidan de los
35-Remuevan la tierra con el
36-Gorra military.
37-Conjuntos de instruments
de un oficio.
40-Prefijo relative al Sur.
43-Un poco.
44-Del verbo instar.
16-Provincia de Indochina.
47-El de la cabafia famosa.
48-Conmida nocturna.
49-Floja. suelta.
50-Del verbo asar.
51-Te atreves.
1-Poblacl6n de Filipinas.
2--Te atreves.
3-Poblaci6n de M6xico.
4-Urna para huesos.
5-Cludad de Italia.
6-Conforme a su original.
7-De autor desconocido. P1.
8-Uno para cada cual, PI.
10-Del verbo reir.
11-Articulo neutro.
16-Preposicion, Inv.
'12-Leglslador ateniense.
23-Isla griega del Egeo.
24-Igual al 50 Horizontal.



H a1090


:30 Dp Qualkero
dramatizael6n, corte
Avima Quaker.
1:45 Cdatnto Mayo
drige Ren BSantos
4:00 Notlelero
corteaia de los alms
4:15 DIpdr ltorlas
5:45 DrAula, El Hombre
8:00 VYlbraelones del Aire
Nacho Valdds
6:15 Cants Eva Garza
6:30 Saceso de la Huma
Dramatlraci6n R.P.
'6:45 8as canclones prefer
corteaia de la floris
7:00 LpchIb Azdirraga
y su 6rgano
coriesa del Ron
34-Soldado Imperial ruso.
36-Ruta, wrenos a;
37-Canon dme:Icana.
38-Clase de tela.
39-Demostrativo, PI.
40-Padecimlento o enferm
.-Igua &' 51 Horizont


0 N A I R F-10 N D




"TEATRO TROPICAL" Martes 7 a las 8 p. m.

encerrado por las autoridades a la vista del
public en su ataod de vidrio donde vivir6
30 dias y sus noches sin comer ni beber.



el cantante de moda y su Orquesta Argentina


el formidable Ventrilocuo, Humorista e Ilusionista con
los genios de la escena "VENANCIO" y "GREGORIO".

Luneta: 60 cts. Balc6n:30 cts. Hay medias entradas

1:15 3:45 6:17

- 8:50

James CAGNEY Virginia
MAYO Doris DAY, en

Ivasion de West Point
Grei dsfile de kelle|.
i yrMf......der.
I s oe tradici6e de
Iidelgtes y weltr...


**- PRESENT 4---- II



-- MA1ANA! -
Precios: .35 .20 .15

Armando Calvo
Lilia del VaHe, en
Ademias: -
Charito Granados
C. Lopez Moctesuma, en

El destino los unl6 para darles
solo 24 horas de felicidad... Un
drama que llega al corazon!...




cortesia de
National de,
1:00 Varledad m
1:15 Los boleros
1:30 Cantares de
2:00 Notielero
2:05 Orquentas di
2:30 Sendas miV3
con Anolanc
corteala ElI
2:45 Su novela ta
La -Bie Pa
corteali de
3:00 Momento roi
con OvidioF
3:15 F1 Aralb*


HOr mUllie Dia HOT
La roznedia musical doble-
monte diverftda'
Danny Kaye Gene Terrey
.Crinno Calvert, en

Costa Azul"'

SLuclle Ball Edie Albet.
en -

Un pelttula Mexican.
en este Teatro!...
Una pelicula extraor-



i Investigacion '
peligrosa en una mission
secret de
frf espionage!


reta a las fuerzas die1 I


4 trabol de
Panamericain -
'* Int et. -. de X 1 .
In. l
COLON decld o aa
de expqrto. :a t
Carta Viefa muJe~es el
7:15 Lazos de Odi o sete t ea
dramatizacl6n, corteasa do estudiar ib
sia de Cigarrillos Camel, a la or M
7:30 Parinas de Amur la qulodei
dramatizacl6d, gortesIa de ocupf dtVeri
El Aguila I nprtal' l ia reiJM -.. e$
7:45 La Voz Ezmodonal aplicacpMnr ;
scenes de Betty WillUasom ..i aldad remu
cortesla de Rhoda is mano' obr
8:00 El Diarlo de uan Mujer femenina. por u
dramatlzacl6n corteMla de litual valor.
Almacenes La Aurora.
8:15 En Voz Baa PaliiI
con Anita Vilalaz 6:30 Notdiko RI
nidad cotesia de la muebleria 6:45 Mus'caG.ara
idad La Eurovea 7:0 Saboreq do,
A. 8.30 Muslca espafiola 7:30 NoUlel t R
Idas 8-45 Musica argentina 7:45 Su malodia
steria 9:00 Mujeres entire Rejas. 8:0 Flesta Oa M
Dramatizacl6n. 8:15 La discoteca
Cortesia-de Casa AngelinI 8:30 Hablan let
9:15 Los trovsaoeres rominticos con Antinea
dufo Galante 8:45 Cantarea de
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy 9:00 Claufload.o
10:00 Los Panamerlctnos 9:30 Dedicatorlas
10:15 Francia y su Bmn ica 10:45 Noticlero 1Il
10:30 Dramnatioacl6t B.B.C. 11:00 El mundo d
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal 11:15 La Novela &1
10:30 Musica sin palabras El ArbaB
nedad 12:00 Buenas noches 11:30 Cuba, su mi
SMAANA MARTES y sus ,eompo
a MAANA A E8 11: 45 Grandes. int
A.M. del mundo
6:00 Buenos dias P.M.
6:03 Almanaeuc de a 12:00 Serenata Ces
12:15 Notlciere
.U |_. cortesala de
12:30 Lftcho AzeSa
y su 6rgano


iarn el
Ito 0 (Nlotielt
1 Trabajo ha
r una reunl6n
trabajo de las
otofio del pre-
eta reuni6n se
smu relatives
rofestonal y a
mujeres en
sas. asi como
Warlas para la
rin cl o dp
neract6n para
a masculina y
n trabajo de

t eo desayuno
ml tierra
a Internaclonal
del aire
lel vals

"La Hora"
Ia Fabrica
e sal6n

JUEViS La primeM y aud nunca de ta-
mea sidlc quo tei Is uerte ..dmo
negoclo ... ''

----o-, WARNER BROS.



1:15 3:45 -. = s8:s
Doris DAY, n

'Invasi6n de West Point'

r E ATRt O

AC Aec i y Roman.
ce en un poderoo
-drama del Oestel



NingunomasojOs hablain contemplado tfnt
Stiwart RANGER.; D.b* K e

T R Jo C A L;


AdemAs: Dorix Dry
Gordon MacRae on

Ademis: Humphr B ogart. en

Xun6n Amengod milins
Gulu. en
"Buenas Noches Mi Amer"
Adenis: Delia Gaircs. en -

Cantinflas, en
AdemAs: Ram6n Armengod

Donald oCoawo. n* Aa

NusIt AsA "* BimA
MuAWiAuu'" *iu



lU ,.=s :..f -=: _

June Powll. on
j 0nW07
W .t e- -

Ademaw: John Caroll a
rIWts, telo, m.,
'1UN1 VNI aIk--
HNO60 *A*CQ0
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I A#O4O'

~ man.

ram -W

- '*-a. ou

- '5" V


Sutpeasm.. Aventura., Roma- i
eel U~s eatinpndo drtma del
antlgup Oastte '0rteamericag.


o ,:-,, ,,- 1Q45 como la Meior Pelicula!

**the evhest kids
ni tOwn I

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Ofrecemos en todos los p
de esta acreditado mc


Sills de



. el viernes 10 dor de ls k twde Unidos, so-
ST. p.m. a 9.0n for John Wiley y n
alone del Club .tg~ida e Donla ena
.. ookt, o w 4U resdOncia en Be-.
ts orVst, el G 1 or George L

"1 lf"ar camo A. Porru y
se' Roaelt A. de Porras,
I Il11I obeeleron t un almuero eon
UytX BUr ue.denela pan agasar a aI

.. re.Uan ao made oiis'
511t I~Pordte d

letArt alat Q rocedenteta. Albla
Om motive del cumpleaofio l* da alumna del Comer-
de ou h Nandy, el seflor I. J tto Naclonal Msdes o a
RobMrto analM nn y seafora DOaGImse6i Deseamo a l k
Van ae F, de MNi*nmann, otre- sIatpte Albi muchas fallol.
clean arer una animada fles.- teldnes en este dia, a la I
ta Infantil n su residencla. Quo baeme. votos porqu ten"
gU amacho lto an sum astudles.
SPaea sn toe tadee Unides
Orato 1a Ie deseamos at oven todolfo Estripeaut In,
seflor Robert R. Graham y *- Qen procedente de los. EtaS-
ftora O llermina de la uat- do Undos s encuentra pasan.
dia do Oraham. ulenes a bor- do la temporada de vacae=lnds
do del VI0 O Lloonlne Maonk ontro nosotrps..
saigularn rumbo a Ban Fran-
alsco done palaran una nferma
Stmporead de vacaciones. Pronto restablecmlento 1e
TO 4eseamos a la .a iorits Marl-
Prare Cenr Am6rica sin L6Pez Fabrega, quien e e$h-
Do dlmo al aeflor Pedro cuentra reclulda en el ospliW
roductos OAn quien 8g06 Pam cos- Nanto Tomis.
,TvUU U to, Rica en a riaTWO de negoclos
, Mae Ol- Caifblo de Residencia
rco. Pra .ev, Orleans
DeOpu6. do haber pasado una E l selor Walter Myers y be-
temporada en Panama, regre- oArA Rosario Jorge de Myers,
Jaron a Nueva Orleans, lugar han trasladado su residencia
1(s do au residencia, el sefior Wa- a la calle 32 Este No. 16, tel6-
rren J. Bennett, Gerente de la tono 8-1118, en done so pon
am n" DItvlldn del Mar de la United alas rdenes de su amistades.
siep PJ t Oen M, cludad, y la 0o-.
Sas de Bennet. Los despediaos. 16 VeI aBeneficle del Retiro
0 Ion do Matfas Hernindez
flicinD De los Eptados Unidos Contin con
vuIYuE ]Preentlm=l un cordial salu- ga on o en
do de blenveda al se or .dAolosensayosPar gran
ddoHenriqu. b e, queen r Telada quo ofrecer- ei pr6simo
Lounge 6 deu vae por Nueva en Teatro ell Vista,
York y Wamhington. 01 Comlt6 Pro-RetIro do Matla
-fDel Vale. doAnt6n Hernandes del Club Interame-
s de Jardin Del U le d Anbo io ..dMujeres. progr-
fin de emana en El valle, re- xunmnte, serA aii ulna e
1r '" kreomron anoche a la cludad la riadou e
fl efiorlta Aida y Matilde de la
Guardia. Laa saludamos. Reunl6n
De Centro Am6ries Se euSrda o it dma Quaa-
Nuestra blenvenlds a la se- dalupanas que mananp martes
fora Oraclela JAcome de Pla- 7' do agsto a las 11.00 am.
ya, quien procedente de San tendrA lugar en el Sal6n CIAret
SJose de Costa Rica se encuen- una reunl6n importk4te. Be ad-
tra en PanamA visitando a sus pli, a todua ell,4 a. puntual
]L&2. fe frmillares. ". .t~oa. .^ "._
4.T e ii Istadeos Unideh :aivParl o de Mainonio
SGrata estada le deseamos al Nuestags ftoleai onss para
el sector' Victor .'K- la Ossa
s efora Lulsa de .db la Ossa,
quienes celebraen eatta fecha
27 ahos de casados.-
Celebran en oeta fecha el se-
gndo aniversario de su.matri-
mono elo 0aeor Walter Myers
Jr. y sefiora Victoria ugenia
.'- *Igleslas de Myers. Hasta San
--- --..Jo, Costa Rca, lugar donde
resden, lea ,enviamos nuestras

Cumplesfies de Boy
3 Sra. Marta G. de de la Guar-
Sra. Alicia de corc6.
Sra. Sixta Bland6n de Amores
Srta. America valdsJr.
Sr. John Wright.
Sr. Mario Fonoeca Zamora
Joven Ram6n A-ias Calder6n
Niiio Guillermo Muller. Pedro
Nifao Alberto St. Malo Ferrer.
Cumpleafos de Marfiana
Bra. Leticlia Guardia de M6n-
Sra. Ana Isabel Adames de
Bra. Mercedes Alba vda. de
Sr. Abraham Alberto Bene-
Niflo Eloy Alfaro de Alba.


fiene los


GiASOSA. Angel Face de Pond's e* a maquillaje nuevo
y completameat de inja--hoprte a mu to un canto
ta, e ... Iaft dMeodo, a0 juveTiL LucO mA
ure y aSs natural qua el maUqlaj e pastiU
No s reseca nW Hue bktloso.

s AW ca0 0m1 mr NA A-T as oQUED. A Ael Faoe de
Nwdb eed acqUilaje *queo simpr "quoeds bles""-
S sidft d, sard Angel race sm apos eon i
I"qwum.0 aguer m labmAe A deu

w i q-a &m Mdi Bds quo lao paOaM.
* l "m io

. ... .... M -7 .M_ d ^,^ :0
... ev A eoe&-M i1A

Swmnas.co 1


* ~

E1 Of do Julio do Il51, durante el vuelo can que Panagre
completaba el emoee 20,000o. de la Lines Ecuatorial per sus
aviones, so reglstearon interesantes esconas plenas de un
shb611oo colorido. En medio de Ia expeotativa de los Invi-
tados oftilealos y eo funclionarios de Ia lines aeres, el Pre-
sidenteo h PlIAs ; el Ecuador condecor6 a Mr. Andrew B.
Shbea lusddnte.de Panagra, con la media "ORDEN AL
MIRITlO" e Mdmd antes el Sr. Shea habia entregado ofil-
clalmente al del Ecuador una artistic placa dp
pta oM eorando el aconteclnlento..



1 '. 4 :'i' *.

Wvoea el peri6dlco quo h at 0
207 afios Gibraltar fud ocup$
isr la uerns Navaal "IAtal

S e "pefSt' a espafiol pr
"Arrlba dice en n articule
Iva el Gibraltar aEspafio*' I
Ige,| quoa "OlbrHltar as
m t a en el estrecho; decade que
iSpafia es Espafia".

Acdualidad Argentina


. .Los mlllares de extranjeros
que. en.P,*Udad de turistas
hallbanseMh Buenos Aires fe
lo. de t o no ocultaron la
fuerte lt 16n que lea caus6
la form =ino tu6 celebrado
entire roptao el Dia de los
Trabajadoru. jornada de fies-
ta y no dei rotesta como an-
tafio. Muchos de esos foraste-
ros conocieron antes nuestro
pals y algunos de ellos conser-
vaban el recuerdo de otros 10.
de Mayo. cuando las calls de
la cludad poblbanse de ban-
deras rojas y de amenazas,
cuando las manifestaciones
obreras eran disueltas pr la
violencla. Entonces Buenos
Aires se parecia, en ese senti-
do, al rest del mundo porque,
puestas las Instituclones ar-
gentinas al servicio del capi-
talismo international, el pro-
letariado sufria una explota-
clon que lo hacia, con sobrado
motivo, rebelde. En nuestras
masas laboriosas, que JamAs
perdieron el sentimiento de
patria, prendian, sin embargo
las doctrines ex6ticas por el
hecho de qua la realidad no
les ofrecla soluci6n para sus
problems angustiosos. De shi
el auge alcanzado a principles
de siglo por el anarquismo, que
confundi a tmuchos espiritus
y, enfrentaoo con la reacci6n,
tifi6 de sangre el suelo de
nuestras plasas. Goblernos pa-
ra los cuales la justicia no era
sino el privilegio de una clase
que ordenaba a sangre fria el
disparo de las armas policia-
lea sobre las multitudes inde-
fensas encendiendo asi el odto.
El lo. de Mayo amanecia como
un dia de duelo. Los mArtires
de Chicago eran algo mas quo
una evocaci6n: eran una pre-
sencia. El lo. de Mayo de 1951
.amasnecl6 como un dia de j6-
,blo. Y lo fu6 on todas sus ex-
presiones. La muchedumbre
que por la tarde reunl6se en la
Plana de Mayo, done, duran-
to el acto organizado por la
C o n f e deracl6n General del
TrabaJo, aclam6 al president
de la republican general Juan
Per6n, y a su esposa dofia Eva
Per6n, cuyos disacursos reafir-
m6 con vftores entuslasttas, no
Ilev6 al amblto de los grande
aconteclmientos de la naclo-
nalidad un espiritu de enco-
no. Esa plazas, vedada antes a
los trabajadores para Impedir
que intervinese eon los deati-
nos de la patria el aut6ntico
pueblo de Mayo, fu6 una yes

mri el aimbolo vivisota- de
pals. UnA comunu ;
el dis d4tins'os
cjmar deoon puederr -
o para n laro ^aso
y su voluntad we nuens
rias, y que lue0. enutre
Slac y G otlof-l iGae, *
gra a las retnas del
ealtande ai la juventud.,
racial Y la bellea, ms, gin du
a --- 1o. ualron de
los extranferos qte qu s
ron la gran concetrsea6n -
la prueba indiscutible de que
en la Argentina se han #lIan-
zado las conidiclones i*dproi
perMad colectlva que o n-
temente advierten tamblan-en
el decoro con que,,sr yala
gene, eh la afluencla de t(o0
a los reatatrantes y locale" de
espectAculos, en la dense po-
blaci6n de los estudlos depor-
tivaos, en el blenestar quoe so-
ma a las puertas de todos lok
hogares. Es que la Argentina
- comment ba uno de e o" to-
rsteror,, I tal .p o
servarlo tdoL en la s
tade Is Catedral -1i
manentemente au pzimeo t
Mayo. Y, bpmbre ~d
Janas, de t1 tras euro
plic6 l, aturalesa de -
cio. H& llegado 4$ r
donde el o10. de Mayil6.
bell6n ltente contra el capt.
tallsmo a un gesto de amenasa
hacia el exterior y hailAbase
ante una atm6sfers distllts,
sin oprimidos ni opresores, en
la que el" jbilo reemplazada a
la despesoeael6n. l .ue
habia manos fra9-,naf40nt,..
ablertas en vew de puflnocril.,
pados de rabla. ,
Ese forastero 't4ro
miles --.e a itIs
Mayo d dere
cludad eLpeil. d6
nomw amWo deo
lactarioe. aescuela con aulas
fellces, c as en, que los
ncancos la tn r u 9tl 0no _en-
ten p rsa Sobre s lu
tavores de Is benefoe t,
institutes donde el apI* J x .p
je de los 0ofla6 aq el tlo
no de una be IN canclon, unfl*
versidades en a. aso edtW.

con el peaumento pueto en
el himbatabicaR en lag que
el traba$B-o 0s una cOpde (I
chacrloU Otatsia Meenaf I 10'
amerm a la tiefta so arrlga.
comprendl6 au que la Fes-
ta del rabajo no de mun
solo dis.

(Doe l rovista "Continente" de Buenos Aires)

30 % de desu te

en todo nuestro surtido de

nv,ory"A CQ -s --0

ARIUGI S, etc., etc.
Por esta semana unkamntei




La Muebleria CASA SPARTON, la de los Clubes de Entrega al Subscribirse, se comes
place en felicitar a los siguientes ganadores del domingo 5 de Agosto, con el No. 60:

1 .-Selora IRENE FARIN, Calle B. No. 74, Cto. 2, Altos, so gan6 un Cambiadisco do mesa, auto-
m6tico, marc ADMIRAL, con solo una semona!
2.-Seoora ELENA RICHARD, Parque Lefevre, se gon6 un fomoso radio "BUSH" de 7 tubos, 6 ban-
dos, y sintonizaci6n mundial, con solo 2 semanas!
3.-Seflora EPHELINE McFARLANE, Calle Q No. 1, so gan6 aao Tostadora autom6tica, con solo 3
4.-Sefiora CARMEN BYNOE, La Boca No. 973, so gan6 una estufa Marca "PERFECTION" do 3
fogones, con solo 3 semanas!
5.-Sefora AOELINA DE CHERIGO, Mariano Arosemena No. 14, se gon6 una m6quina de escribir -
marco "UNDERWOOD", con solo 6 semonas!
6.-Sefiora ALICIA JIMENEZ, Ave. Sur No. 32, so gan6 ino vitrina ovalada, con solo 6 semanas!
7.-Senfor JUAN B. PARDO, Calle 17 Oeste No. 71, so gan6 una famosa Refrigeradora ADMIRAL .
de 7 pies, con solo 6 semanas! ,
8.-Seitor RODOLFO PEDROZA, Calle 19 Ester bis No. 22, se *gt6 una bicicleta ingles marcel Vi
"HUMBER', con solo 9 semonas!

Amigo, Ud. asmbin tiene derecho. Obtenga lo que para su hogar necesita-e med ia ;
un Club de Entrega al Subscribirne, en la Muebleria CASA SPARTON,- Central .22,
Calidonia. -


Cotnl 22 --






I* El Presidente Galo Plaza .de Protestas contra
dleafts :- i- la Grnb Bretalla
Ecuador condecora en pleano ianzam en spaa

vuelo al Sr. Andrew B. Sha MADRIDAgoto 6 (UP)
"Arriba", diario de la falanj
protest por la "presc
nosa" de la bandera britt.
sabre A Pefi6n de Gibraltar.


Oas Plegables

lanap6s Plegables Chaise-I

CG as Cunas
A -.

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- -- as, PAxagga aggagg6 ) inare gimpaignialers

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Que la ruta al Departamento d los ,CLASIFICADOS DEL P.A.-

Nuestros Agentes o Nuestrus Ofcinas lo atender6n:

Minimo pot
12 palabras.
3 por coda
palabra adicional.

S NICESITA:-Empleade qua love
y planche blen y duerme en el
."p4e., Trle ereforincias y ven.
Ig de I 3 p. m. Avenida Balboa
N. 45.
SE NECESITA:-Magnifico cocinero.
Deb .!raer referencias. Si no co-
. oce su oficio no se present. A-
venida del Per6 No. 75, altos.

*Ow on Nmo. 6

s= edo LUeNNM

St VENDIN--CIes. t mbrie mu,
scem geemlede, Fix-Ten (ueen6
oidlede per. ell mMe l mde-
s, levemaml, '41eused e. e*. *
le aes mas bl*s on phle.
As. *IegeMde FaP we. T.I
SE VENDE:-4 vidrieros nuevos de
- _______ Aupg. ~ua Dolor anamiI U

cooa. Acuaa Dozar onamA1 0U
SE NECESITA: U n a lovandera, Central u oficino Agencio Michel
paonchodora. Colle 50 (Jos6 de" Simhon, Avenida "A" y colle 7o,
.San Mortin) No. 10. Panama. Col6n, Tel. 1386.
SE NECESITA:-Senoro que duerma SE VENDE:-Caso, mess billar, de-
en el empleo. Colle Doriin 5, mas orticulos. Motivo viaje. Co-
qaportqmento 3. 16n, detros Mercado PtAblico, No.
SE NECESITA:-Emplecdo que duer- 2014. _
maen Ia casa en cole 48 Este No. SE VENDE:-MAquinos colculodoras
14. 'Bella Vista. olemanos nuevas, marco "Bruns-
, Empleada poro oficios domsticos. viga" B. 145.00. "Porros" Plaza 5
Que sepa hocer el trabojo. Refe- de Mayo.
rencios Calle la. Perejil No. 20 SE VENDE:-MAquinos de escribir
Apto. 12. nuevos tipo oficina, B.120.00.
SE NECESITA:-Corguerc de expe- rras" Ploz 5 d yo.
riencio con buena recomendocio6n BALINERAS:-En tamoaos voriodos
buen sueldo, ocuda colle 39 No. 5 para satisfacer cuolquiero necesi-
de 9 a. m. a 6 p. m. dad. F. Icoza y Compoaio, Aveni-
SE NECESITA:-Lovondera y plan- da B 79.
rhcdora y una empleada poro cui- SE VENDE:-Llontas usodos pora co-
dar niros. Colle la. No. 13. miones. autom6viles, "todos tamo-
SE N-CESITA:-Empleoda oor a n d os." INTRA, Ger6nimo de la
casa que sepa cocinor y oficias de Ossa.
caa. Buen sueldo. Ocurra Vio Es- SE VENDE:-Bicicleta Hetcules de
SpAo 21, Apto. 3. segundo mono en buenos condi-
ciones, telkefono 2-0510 en dias

SE A'.QUILA:-Cuorto paro una o
dos p.erronas, porn ;nformes Ilame
at telefono,3-2335.
SE A^J .-uarto amoblaodo po-
ro hombre solomente. Calle Estu-
'* diante 77, Apto. 5.
SE ALQUiLA:---uarto amoblodo con
serv rio, solid privado, preferi-
ble Oersona solo. Tel. 3-1863.
SE AI.QUILA: Cuorto omoblado
porn. homrbre. EB,6.00 por semana.
Avr-iido Parque Lefevre, Ernesto
Lefeve, caso 32.

Articulom de Casa

SE VENDE:-Piano Winter Spinet, 18
meses. Cuesto B.850,00, ahoro B.
475.00. Calle Q No. 5, Apto. 12.
quina r.legistrodora. "Notional", un
molino poro mooer aorne "Sanitory"
con copocidad para 600 Ib. par
horo. 1 Congelodor propio pora
restaurant "Freezer", cortodora
de ijm6n, estufa deo gas 4 fogo-
nes y ploncHa. 4 lhmparos "Ne6n"
48" y 3 tubos. Pora informes: co-
lie lo. Vista Hermosa No. 7. Te-
lifono 3-1468.

SE VENDE:-Paner Chevrolet una to-
nelado, 1949, en muy buenos con-
diciones. Cia. Alfaro. S. A.. Ave.

SE VENDE:-MuibIs usados de solo, Peru No. 28. Panama.
'corredor, conos, rmesltos, etc. Pre- --- --2
cios renalados. Ocurro s Avenida SE VENDE-Remolcador (trailer), 2
Pern' 87. ruedos, B.60.00, plonchadora el6c-
-. ------ trico, B.45.00. Colle Jordin de
SE VFDE:-Broto mquno de l- oz, orue Paz, Parue Lefevre, cholet verde.
,var.,60 cclcos. Avenida Chilp No. I -- ...
25-Apto. 3. Tcelfono 3-0066. SE VENDEN CAMIONES: I GMC
S___ .- 5 tonelodos, model 1947, exce-
SE V NDE:-Regalado porque me lentes condiciones; 1 QMC 2 1-2
astorba, coma doble de hierro con tonelodas. tipo armada, 10 rue-
"magnifico spring, 8.6.00. Colle I 1I do!. models 1942; Internocic-
en San Francisco. nol. 2 1-2 tonelados model 1947
---chossis lorgo; 1 Internacionol 2
SE VENDE:-2 comas oemelas Sim- 1-2 tonelodos, model 1947 chos-
mons, c6modo, chiforrobe, todo sis cortu I Mock, 5 tonelodos,
color ivory, completomente nuevos. modelo 1947, excelentes condicio-
Vio EspaAo No. 2024. Tel. 3- nes. Solicitor informes Ilamondo
2319.. al telifono 2-0610.
SE VENDE:-Motivo de vioje. Urge
alo vnta. Juego de 8 piezas Philip- Esta noche se inician
pin- Rattan, B.175.00. E'tufa de
gas 4 quemodores. rB.85.00. Lovo- troleras, las cuales se inlcicn
'dora Gpnernl Electric B.85.00. Via 'ta noche.
Porras No. 56, Apto. 10, Ferguson.
S i- 1 ElShah hizo su primera re-
GANCA! Dehe venderse antes del ferenca p oblica sore las ra-
miercoles 8. refrigerodora Noroe clonallzaclon de la Anglo Ira-
descongelodor outomatico, 8,165. r.ian Oil Co. pocas boras antes
00. Entufo Toppan 4 quemodores" de la hor fjada para la ma-

cobna B.80.00, olfombros de lanade nlstai r CUSon alt ebicn
t,,; ...... an nn n n cionalistas acusan al goBi>c.n.

coma Hollywood con colch6n de
resorts, B.15.00, juego boza.
cristoleria y plateria. Todo par B.
30.00. Otros muebles y miscelt-
nee. a precio gang. Casa Nn. 18
Ave Federico Boyd Tel. 2-0543.

El mats econ6mico,
fuerte y priactico
para cualquier negocio.
Su cost

y mantenimiento
Ps inigualable.


Pardes y Accesorios
o5. 0

. Cyrnos, S.A.

Ave. 4 de Jabl
TeL 2-M41
Ave. Meldl .m
Tr .--CelO.

Bienes Raices
Page thiclel minim* .100.00
Mensual I.15.00
* Lotes an Cotles y Arudductoo do
la Ciudod desde .1I 00 el nma'.,
* Alquilarnmos equipo Dtodo pui1
movimientc do tiermu.
* Alquhamos lta u torics psaxal.
* Club doe of B..00 1 B.4.00
nemonog e
3 recimoras, 2 porches. Avenida
3a. y calle 7o. Son Francisco. 0-
curra Avenido 3o. No. 58.
SE VENDE:-Lote de 1668 M2, en
Vista Hermosa. Colle 5o. Ideal pa-I
ro fabric. Acepto pago inicialt'
rest hpoteco. Informed: Ediflcfo'
Gilvez Avenido Central, 202, PM-

Lotes en "El Congrejo", desde B.5.
75 M2. Tambiin chalets en la Ex-
posici6n, Bella Vista y El Congre-
jo. Excelente oportuhidod do case
dos aportamentos bien situada y
produce buena rental.
SE VENDE:-Kiosco "Col6n Prospe-
ro" situado calle 11, Domingo
Diaz. InfOrmes alli mismo. Col6n.


SE COMPRA-Pick-up 1-2 fon, bue-
nos condiciones. Llame Lunes 4 a
6, Curundu 2208..

SE ALQUIL:--Local por& oficino.
arribe del Teotro Central.
CLINICA, equipodo, altos Farmoclo
Solazar, calle 16 Oeste No. 28,

SE NEICSITA:--Un vend.der. Buena
p r-esin. exOpewneale o ventagr
Nepbre q mujr. Maqulnes "In-
tern.tleM," Celie Prle, N.. 15.
SE NECESITA:-Cose, estilo chalet,
con tres recAmaras, que tengo clo-
ridad, patio o jordin, en barrio re-
sidencial. Aviso ol oportodo 1340.
Telhfono 3-165 1.,

TALLER Auto Elictrico "Purru"
Vende. cargo y report boterias usa-
dos. Colle 21 Este No. 3, Panomi.
Venga enseguida poro que se opro-
veche del gron borotillo, gobar-
dinos y retozos floreodos. LA Ml-
LAGROSA. Monteserin 2.

ridico serlo.
Carlos Manuel Gasteazoro
Panama, agoato 6 de 1951.
(1) Para mayor clarldad,
qulero reproducir la parte del
fall a que me reflero y que
dice asi: "Fue criterlo de este
jurado calificador para analizar
low-trabajos presentados al Con-
curso, tener muy en cuenta si
n ellos se cumplian las condicio
nes que exige la historic clen-
tifica. Esto es, bfsqueda de
fuentes de primera mano, labor
interpretativa y critical y traba-
jo de sintessla y exposicl6n".

Cea. uJ O M. o E:

g e a" iN 7i'a-
*AT06 C4000 12174=-BW

SE ALQUILAN:-Apartamentos am-
pilos, cocina. solo-comedor, una
yLdos recAmdras. Calle 7a. No. 15.
Lefevre. Intormes Apto. 7.
SE ALQULA:-En El Cabor.jo, calle
D, crco del Hotel "El Panama"
partt~iento de sala comedor, dos
accihmaos y garage. Ocufra a la
Calls del Estudiante No. 124. Sro.
de Russo o ol tel6fono No. 3-3685.
SE ALQUIiLA:-Apartomento de una
y dos recimaras. Colle Primero
Perejil 14. Pregunte par Aseodor
de 8 a 11. Informes telifonos 2-
2-3181 2-008Z.

Ieso c omprar baul comorote, Lla-
me al tel6fono 2-1704, Panomi.

Italla quiere que

EU. y G. Bretana

ocupen a Trieste

ROMA, agosto 6. (UP). El
diputado italiano Attillo Barto-
le, miembro del Partido Dem6-
crata Cristiano, pidi6 que las
tropas britanicas y norteame-
ricanas "ocupen la zona yugoes-
lava de Trieste" antes de que
los yugoeslavos "expulsen a los
italianos que quedan en ella".
Minutes mAs tarde, el dipu-
tado socialist Oiuseppe Sara-
gat sugiri6 la milma media
per "la retirada de todas las
fuerzas yugoeslavas, britknicas
y norteamericanas de todo el
territorio de Trieste y su reem-
lazo con tropas de paises neu-
rales como Noruega, Suecia y
El debatido 1p roblema de
Trieste fue planteado nueva-
mente en la Camara, antici-
pAndolo a la sesi6n de la se-
mana pr6xima cuando sern con-
aiderd9o; ql vGQto e cozfianza al
nuevo Goblerno de Alcide de

Detenldos cinco

traficattes en


MONTREAL, Agosto 6 (UP) -
Cinco hombres fueron detenidos
acusados de ser miembros de u-
n danda nternaconal de t:a-
ficantes de estupefaclentes Ii-
gada al exjefe del bajo mundo
neoyorquino Cnarles "Lucky"
A los cloco detenidos se les
sefial6 una flanza total de 56,00?0
d6lares. Todos* fueron acusados
de poseer estupefacientes, vcn-
derlos y conspirar para oote-
nerlos ilegalmente con el ubje-
to de abastecer a la banda que
utilizaba a Montreal como cen-
tral de distribuci6n en todo Ca-
La Policla inform6 que este
ha sido el mis important gru-
po de traficantes detenidos en
Canada. Agreg6 que las autili-
dades venian efectuando Inv..-
-iiInhnd ep.e

tie "estarse vendiendo" a los I \ igaciunes h uo e ni u-un uta.
britanicos. LOS e plead hace un afto. Se epera que se
.ue le i .. i lhagan otras cuatro o cinco e-
Sue Ie cobra impuestos a clu- tenciones.
La transmisi6n del discarso dadanos norteamericanos em- tenciones-
del Shah ha coincidido con el pleados con el Goblerno de Es-
460. aniversarto de la firma de tados Unidos y sin embargo no *J
la Constituci6n de Iran y con toca a cientos de otros ciuda- idugway
la inauguracion de las conie-, danos norteamericanos que vi- psta se extenderia al suroeste
rencias que pueden traer la so- ven y trabajan en la Zona. En- hacia Tosuda a 33 millas al
lucion al problema petrolero y tre estos empleados estin losNorte del Paralelo y 6 mills al
l a reanudacl6n del envio de pe- de las compafflas petroleras, i Norte de Pyongyang, vieJa an-
troleo iranio al occidente. contratistas, bancos, concesio- cla del "trningulo de hierro"
narlos, etc. comunista. De alli Asta segul-
3) Presunel6n contraria a los ria hacia Woram-Ni a 27 millas
Intervienenen al Norte del Paralelo y 14 mi-
enhechos. (Esto se relaciona a al Norte del Paraleo y 14 m-rwon,
pedia sos'ener esta opinion la cuestl6n de si los empleados son ciudas d orse euentra en
just consideraci6n de los in- pagados de una fuente dentro poder aliado. Entonces, seguiria
convenlentes que acarrearia la o fuera de Estados Unidos). a tranvs de Kumchoni a once
benlgnidad en otorgar el mas las al Norte del Paralelo y
alto galard6n del Concurso, en- 4) Vlolae6n del Tratado. a 15 mills al Norte de Kaeson
cubriendo asi, las omisiones y (Esto se relaciona al efecto que en donde se estin celebrando
flaquezas en gnnero tan grave tendrA en la economic de a laas conerencias, la cual esta
e important como el historic. Republican dc Panama la impo- en mangos roas. De alli la li-
Par ello convene con el rest sicl6n de estos Impuestos). nea se extend1ria a la Peninsu-
del Jurado en otorgar al tra- la lie neuin"
bajo "Cavour" un segundo pre- 5) Este pirrafo alega que la a de Ongin"
mo, y el criteralo en que nos imposicion de los Impuestos via- La Radio d- Pekin cit6 las
basamos fue expuesto clara- la aIs cliusula de "tramitacl6n declaracione de Acheson el 26
mente en nuestro fall (1). Hoy legal" de Ia Conatitucl6n de Es- de Junio cuando dio que "des-
reafirmo lo sustentado en el tados Unidos, y Ia cual eae In- de uon punt deo via military"
fallo, y nuevamente sostengo, clulda en el C6dlgo de la Zona una lines neutral a lo largo del
que. el trabajo del doctor. Er- del Canal. Paralelo 38 serial acceptable.
nesLo Castillero Pimentel no so
efectuo siguiendo los preceptos Hasta el lo. de julio se ha- Pregunt6 la Radio de Pekin:
de la estricta ortodoxia meto- blahn cobrado unos tres mllO- "Par qu, eantonces, los puntos
dol6gica de la inveatigaci6n his- nes de ddlares an Impuestos, de vista militares de Rldgway
torica, pese a todas las exce- lea cualee deberin ser devuel- y Joy dtfieren tanto de los de
lenclaa que el trabajo induda- toe en camo que se fall en Acheson? Nosotros deseamos las
blemente tiene comO estudio ju- favor de lo empleados que han paz. pero no cederemos ante
__ement-te1L en cd-, ., __,_ .... .. ._ l _... ,,l-

presented a deman a.



ninguna demands trrazonab .

Pa LUeitselones
d Pinturs
lame a
Vicente Parrada
Pintor Contratsta
t No. 11


Mantenemoa una venta *de
ganga de articulos sobre exis-
tencia' donde las MEJORES
PINTURAt ase venden a los
mia aos precious.
Por qu6 no anorrar dinero
comprando lo mejbr?

Ave. Central 279.
TeL 3-0140..

Articulos de Zapateria
Tubeia Negra y Gal-
Acero y Platinas
Pinturas, Esmaltes y
Ferreteria "Yale" y


Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
"Vendemos barato
para vender mais"

Nuestros ESPEJOS embe.
llecen el hotel El Panama.
Fabrica de Espejos
Calle lt WBte No. 4 Tel. 5eN

Felpa Mineralizada
Roja y Verde

Felpa Negra
de 15 y 30 Ibs.

Clavos de Zinc


Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48



"Solarpruf" para vitrma.s
Telf. 2-3097 PanamA

Persianas Ven


Con 0 velasi de fuer
modern. Permanec
uhorap par alOn de
"K- AlOE y s
&OM N. Comple
no exiota ]J nero
bombed. No produce
olkw b tan encil
pume anderia Nu
am- a Preclo tan I
por s6Io..
Teienm tois I
De Veia -s tdaim
Tel. i




Preelei de Competencla
con elpeedueto Importado.
Tubes4"' SeneilIos. ..4.0
Tubos 4"' Dobles..... .4.40
TuboS 2" Senclllos....2.60
Tubes 2" Dobles .......80O
Tees- 4 x 4 ..........2.0
Yees- 2x2.......1.00
Codes % x 2...... .75
etc., et,
Tel. 3-1300 Apartado 2629
GonzAlez y Linares Ltda.
La Loeeria Pasadena

Ries de Balin
M6taro "Daisy"

desde 2.95

Tenemos en existeacia:




de today clase

2'"x6 y2' x8'
Calibre 26,

Agendas Olobales
Via Espaifa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503

ROMA, agosto 8. (BP,3). --
Italla esta aumentando conside-
rablemente au cometclo tanto
conr los pases d Europa orien-
tal satfltea del Soviet como cOn
Is propia Rusla.
late comerclo constitute el
mayor dolor de cabeza para los
funclonaries d Ila ECA (Admi-
nlstraci6n de Cooperaci m Eco-
ndmica) aqui, porque gran liar-
t. del mismo abarca maquine-
ria pesada qua. es envlada a
enemigos potenciales de low s-
tados Unidos, y de Europa oc-
cidental, inclusive la propia
y mientraa el goblerno nor-
teamericano ha dictado todas
laR medidas posibles para evitar
que los articulos norteamerica-
nos vayan p parar a manos de
Rusla y sus sat6lites, el itallano
ha aumentado c on siderable-
mente su comerclo con los pal-
4ea e de 1 Cortina de Hierro.
Las citras oficlales luminis-
tradas. por. el Instituto Central
de Estadistica italiano mwe
tran que en los primers tesI
meses, de este aflo el aiwetto
en cuestl6n fue de cerea de lae-
te millones de d61ares. El ob-
merci o total entire Itali y, elI
blocue sovldtico eG 1950 uubl6 a
U,0090;>i. aN pri-- I
tree sc
as, did 16i A
De east ama, $91M0 co-
rresponditten a dnaulnarls pe-
sada enviadt,'a XUgsy taUs aS-
tMlites. LV mayor part de las
exportaclones a esos palses con-
sistena en equlpos industrlalea y
de mineria.I
Otros articulos preferidos son
equipos eldctricos, vehiculo- y
repuestos para los mismod,n L*
mayor part de estos articulsa
han sido enviados directamente
a Rusia, conform al pacto
mercial ruso-ltaliano do 1948,

Ssegun ael

gobierno .ai conddera .oq!
problema mas importatte
el pa ceonfrtas, leap 1
que significa el -eZCe ad
Entire lo que Italia eat* -r
ciblendo de Rusas 4 t4euen
tra una gran cantidad da ien
na de mansanemO. Los envios
este impdr an ter matwl se
dieron el aflo pasado s'255t
toneladas mi3tIcas. Ete afio'
han reclbido otras 2,844 t"
1Pero el atteulo mAis l
tante que Italia recibe del-t6
que sovldtico as el carb6n.s;
mayor pert, pFocede de oPole.
MRl. Este aflo ha recibido unt
cantidad que vale 5,715,000.
'81 este carbon tuvJera que Mer
enviado deade-lofs igtadU' Ui
dos, soid otd
ao de v t1

11ff, allte.
Iondu a

ha dudade u 1i
indust ias .n
italano upendelria o redu-
ri& su comerclo eoq ea .bloque
aovi6tico, Lartlcularcnte'en lo
que me reflere a loI. materials
que puedeh aLudar a los oomu-
nistas a prepararse para una
guerra total.
Pero la reaUdad sigue aelsno
otra! ,

Millares de fra esesestan

como prisioneros de guerra

todavia en los campos ruos
Por Steffan Andrews die los fslledclnimptos que, oca.
(NANA) rren en la s c de trabao
B- Baumann lndica que ou oleS
PARIS, agosto 6. (EPS). na hark Un .U ll4p into a hA
En los campok de trabajo so- organizaqlge in t rnacionaga
viluebs hay todavla mllares de de veterado;cqn el fin depm-
francese, seg=in Informa Ia ofl- sionar uobpe ..Yosci ParsaU_
cina encar ada de repatriar a sean ,pueqtos en libertad M
los prisAonerts de guerra fran- pridonero. ..,

ceses. :
Albert Baamann, ax-primipne-
ro de guerra y 'milembro de. di-
cha oficina, calcula que los ru-
aos tien en su powder todavia
a unos trace mil veterans fran-
cases., la toayoria do4 lo cualeas
son alsacinos y lorenesea.

_tos oeteranos plrtne.own ial
ecianas LUX .. ron forzados a servlr lo1
a B/.9.50 alemanes durante oa ooeupase6n,
Ba. 9.50 y que lox ruas8 traeladaronlue-
Entrega go a au tierra.
tebaraciones PS principales, en distIntos
generales. untos de Rusia. Todos los s-
d :Iuerzos hechos por repatriarlau
Ildustriss$, ahrn fracasado, par Is simple
namerica as raz6n de, que losrtusot aftrman
Tel S-1713 4- guerra franceseW on Is' Unl6n
g- "'*BUEN LIBRO Cad&aves e Qu veaa
la lucha en el f rete se I TwTddavia en enere pasado, el
a s permite, este soldado do ls goblerno ruse rehus6 aceptar
a s Naciones Uiot apmavees sla isma conferencia frianke'sovetl-
I N oeasl6n Pars leer .3 '. o eaaobre A material, iMiatlendo
vorito: "Sin Nvwedsdmen l en que no tenia obJeto, puesto
con MECHA Frente". que en Ruasia quedan prisio-
neros de guerma franeses. "Pe-
rzm de lu2 blWar 0 ro noiotros as ,qu 1 lJo
Sncen Calendar l hay" dice aJ *L0 ale-
e Ieroee arm a maniei reate mn rpaque.
olaiente 6e do
ta seneodor inefOS df -10 l Pieriio Go G tas u
Jua quo Un 0 runos *O tNt.5L ugTim-pUT
S. -- de Vista atraan b .
Ise "mogul AOoiTO 12d had& btm y ra-
e" RepB/.995n AGrro l0 IO ,
nUM :45 a-m. Cervecr lvs. a n oa per l-
A .- 11'15 a.m. 'Q vs.a Llaursd6d emIM be im n -
W.n- 1, p':4 m Cpm. h SL btrico te m ollt R v- a wl nfan "
NO, S. A. 1:45 p.m JUiTro V Ps p
Avg,.. Boom ra. SU- .n f i-
bb L
M~w -.M wArd AMMa

"Las organ icon.- 4de. vet
ranos no Pd-permaneot
slenciod antela- esto terrible
hechos", dice*..
Baumann ha aido Jnvitedo
la conftrencts nUindlal de pe-
teranos que p v r en
ma Ia m&' O# Ixma, pt
qUe exponmga .su so te I
delegades de odtru naipMa.. .
El comlit drepatriaga
frandcs i uno So 1*
ezactamente ra lm el
quo se ven foA a hacer M_
,rian frnim, p ro e pt
dtives fuenteu se abe quelo
mayor de lg priSalomoae 40
guerra que hay eon Riea
obligados a laborar en las
nas de plomp.
Be jabs poaiUvIaefte que.^a
ellas hay unor. trees mlg prilw
neros francesee.

So estdn agolfndo
los bolefos de Ic
rifa del P. U.o
LoN boletes de la ritfs d n
chalet qu ieMa a. eamo *I Ia*

*! ^
.,'1 *
.r. ..*l,.
.*; ; "

\'.-I J

mastiena. I tmhta de o e el
ameonat de ab l J.

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su comercio con los paisl

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.. G ,O Gonzalez trin-, recorrido-Jos6 BarriA, "MIna port

e quo L eorr6 en ho- cor Jua dele i oleda uete- li .
a la KAepublica del Pa- ron, Cervfnte Botello, Jorge del
Cid, Braulio SAnchez y OCaa
"Refildo estrecho result el Romero; tambi6n estaban va-
LORD C.I final deA eta pdeba, terminan- rios destacados deporUsta del
LLO O D do d segun do con una dife- Callimo comr el Preoidente de
rengo de una rueda el oven la Comisil6n, Clifford Baiolt y
-i aBr"e* lu oWDlitsa enneth Wiliams de 1 6 oos. d
Un e IAt'ldo o er o dl- aaos, tambt6n de esta ciudad. Numersos comentarioa y pro-
vlaisn y unor de a segunda ca- En et tdrer puestd arrib6 testae origin el estreebo "flol
zerais, amnbo doel eruitoaa- Aristides Avila, quien ase cay6 entire GonsAlez y William is, la e
cuma ofamfts deau rcauIn aL faltando 20 metro pars 1legar actftd-de Gonzalez d16 ess a. S-
cunofrce estaa ske tballde a 1i moet, pero se incorpor6 presl6n, pero Williams contl6 El
Provinal de Bask d y fialz6 el eveoto. el errbr de tratar do pasurr per prim
nbi. ai3eepCinco nilnutos despus lleg6 el lado deo dentro, sin lograr Prov.
naol, e t Pedro eyess para ocupar el su prop6si, aer
Carlop Eleft lT o C ntearlo cuarto lugar; luego l1egaron Al- El granpedalista Emillo Opn- Hsp
A p 0 ..lIbrSo Cruz de o5. Cicero Ivaldi zlez, conaiderado como el cam- forfe
Ests primer Jnigo quce Slrye o. Emilio Gonzalez 70, Ricar- pe6n de distancias largas, fa)16
de prolfwnar al 9 artido de la do Calendo 8o. Marcos Domin- al dafArele su bicicleta en Co- Ex
mayor, ciresaponde a equipos gs, 9o. Armando Romero, 100. l6n, continue la prueba con tma paci
cataegadraj on el grPo "Che rmado Goon z lez II. prestada, pero en el tramo fi- u dem
Vl lalobos" de lsa eundcate- El tieinpo del ganador fue de nal tuvo un "flat", quedando tu d
gords y ei el cuyl el Eleta tra- 5 horas y 40 minutes. El pro- rezagado. Caliendo tambl6n ofl- rar
.tark de aUmentar su l osibilidad ller dErnesto E. Argote, Direc- naltz6 cOn una llanta 'flat". peoro
de obtener. et derecho de ir a tor de la Escuela de Artes y Acompaflaron a los pedallatas jugad
Ia serie pr el ttitUlo, n tanto Oficlos, did la partida a 20 pa- pars cualquler emergencla el cuad
quo sus rivWu:lqchari n doesl- ra &las 8 a.m. del Estadio a los Dr. Gaspar Omphroy, y lan en- que
peroda t l ogra.r la v- 24 pedalistas que iniciaron r la ftrmeras Paulita Tovares y Luls hech
toril y ntmktenbr la misma pa- prueba de 100 millas; trece 1-5 Sincheo en una ambulanela A
&ibilidad.,o Ua derrot pars el clistas tuVieron que retirarse de del R6depital Banto Tomas. PO IMRA 5 1U A SU HIJO. V El AInero de loo En
Centepario ao dejarjia muy mal la~ darrerA por distintas causes: Numeroso pfiblico preetIcl6 IndieS, Harr Simlpson, uestra orgulloso una telefoto (NEA) d6 i
parades. elevento'termin6 a las 11 y 20 ,sla aratli6n Ciclista. que le fu6 tomads a s IU10to al quo no conois todavia. El 2o.,
_o___heter_____rtVe___...._____ novato del Cleveland iE ontraba nen usa Jira eon los Indios corrs
toor Chester ," Carts Vieja sjoln Hura
El Juego pfncipal 'Le eta no- eq los voll.. bask aL .s.
che, 10 protooazaan tlos punto- I d ok
ros del Lord Chesterlield y .eleLuOS
Carts Vios. ito elgarilleros" de la Fac. de Medil a so m destacan e I um que rep egarsedesta
quo ya esta Ccleron marea de ..... -serie
victorias ean na temporada, or S ue
trtarhydooaseun en el torneo de la Universidad al odoc se' var 11 0 v o
yaso del eaMlpeonato, mientras
que *us.rivaiis..lucharAn a to-
do trande p.t disminuir ia sen- .efildos Juegos se celebraron En lo8 partidod de ayer do- Azteca y Dragones finallan dor derecho Isidro Celestino,
aa de los Jideres. este fin, de semana an la Liga mingo el formidable equipo de mafiana en el EstadiO Olimpico quien gozari del respaldo de los
Chema Quintoro y Germ on Interna de Volleyball y Basket- Volleyball de Medicina derro6 a las 4.o0 p.m. la primer ierie demks jugadores. Por los Drago
a, son las Abtros, aiendo Pa- ball de la Universidad de Pa- al de Facultad de Cienclas Pu- de la segundl vuelta del Cireui- nes es posibl que lance Por-
pito Sotoael supiente. Coutt y Jr. nami. ras par 15-10 y 15-3. to Mayor de la Liga doe Base firio Zeballos, lanzador derecho
y Oord6n fr. anotadlores; Corcio En los partidoss del Sbado el ball de Santa Rita. Por lo Intoresante del juego
y Rivra dern tor yt oletris- eqtnpo de Volleyball de sla Pacul En basketball tambidn so im- Los indlos saldrin a. 4ef ede r Y la calidad de los equips e
tae Vill y eballos tad de Adminittraci Pfiblica puor la Facultad de Medicina su invicto frente a su mAsi cr- spera un juego movido y refil-
o0 deqefths. se impuao al de la Facultad de per anota6idn de 51 a 37 at canos rivals qutenes no ban do de oomienzo a fin.
Lo. let o,0 i 9 S- lofsia poi anotacidn de 15 a quintet de Administracldn li- perdido lan esperanzas de Ile-
bnaado no 1o4 Nehi, 1, 4.35 15-9. blica y Comerclo. varse el cetro de la Liga en
Gib hobre El p c- la dos eoasionos ante4oe nquo
Sr Cejo aron 'a tse mieronoloe inio alleronAOfICIAL D

d Ab ejor o s s 'e r i r I d deft2otas
don d e n a ame Cando qua NIimeros Enteros Pr4
laCBad-a .E osa2me^s, Del Ateti sy r de anosdelos e sjicanon, quo hm
Sconceptpan" e. equipo a vencer en billeted entero comprende 48 fr

En;iel 4stisfactorlo Tomieo de Rodman Ndfile dei Abei Bravo En la filas 'del Afteca reapa-
at smo quo Pe efectu6 ayero, negoci6 ea distancia on 51 se- re ir, P lano MC U C ti- P rem ioy M
do seo mjoraron cinco ma~cas in- gundox 8/10, 110, P. V no, Uriol
amtercolegiales, ya que aunque el En los 800 let.os, en 1941 F. Urefia qulenes contituyen a
Resultades de las Competen- Concurso fuN abierto,' partici- Hector 9Ue4 ~ -d tituto Pan muralla interns del equipo
.lo de Pla- y Campo efectua- paron numerosos atletas estu- amerlotho 1 2 minu- Jorge Atknlon, rDirector de O -'
dua ayer et Estadlo Olimpico diantes, .-triunfandos en a ma- tOs, n0: ayer los ragon ner u me
bajo la direccldn de la Comi- yoria de llos, segin relatamos Donald e d y 0 escuadra, co 8a 4clante en la
al6o Naelonal "de Atletismo apart asi como puede verse cos laos .rI6 m inutos y inidal,' Caldet. en la segunda
cooptracln de. Ia Sociedad De- en los Resultados, quo tambn 5 segunds. S- ba4, Tabogilta Aguirre para---c
portiva del Artes y Oficios en aparecen en otro lugar de esta En los 1500 metros, el mismo corto y ei gringo alas en IaT ercerr
a la Repblic de pgina. Hctor Iliu cane e Ae mismo esquila Caltente pars lograr
ptor. I- a Repdbiic ahio registry 4 minutes, 42 se- de esa manera g- anjelo. rnmpo 0 2 remo. i ou em
DAM AS En los 100 metros, el record gundos y 5/10; syr Jorge Dea- La drecca n -en los indios a a /
5 etrot8 seg.-9/10 lo tonia Clrilo McSween del nes de 14 a y del Istituto coziarsn los env~ al lanza- M M t .M S44
sl. Adelingl' etnard-Prof. Artes y Oficios cuamdo en 1941 Nacional did la gran sorpresa 144.00 1100 144,00 21 144
a. carlota Gooding negocid ess distance en 10 se- al marcar 4 minutes y 37 e- I I 60 "e 144.00 120 1"4.00 2260 144
3a. W Pollar. gundbs 9/10; ayer Oliver Swaby gundos. .5 relspo -opl0 1".00 13. 14.00 ..2 3 1
del Abel Barvo mejor6 esa mar- I p 01a4U64 2,400.00 1460 2,N0.00 2460 2,400
*lo metros-12, 5/10. ca al registrar 10 segundos 7/10. P r La d a c toa nO ,@.560 1. M .00 250 144
Us. A. Bernand-Profesional. -EnI los 200 me*~os, el mismo -G C#Oameri caa 00 u 144.0 1i 144.00 260 44
2a. A-. Gooding i cSween n 1940los corr6i en .* 0 del a g la rraza 07 -1 17 1. 27
Sa. A, ll9ard 22 segundos 8/10 y ayer Swaby i ene m s ores O- WT O EQUIPOS 000 144.00 Is 1"m.9s0 2 t2 144e
Sregistr6 21 7/10. ;,, ..--ESTADOp 10LOSEQUIPOS 01 ) o nole8 a10 1
R ,levo ,4x100 Dramo BalseblI deL Barraza
la. MeSreuro--La Booa En los 400 metros Jorge Miller rG.P. i e.
2a. Profestonal. del Instituto Nacional, en 1941 Dep.Crspo.. 5 .62
imarc6 53 segundos 4-/10; ayer H Miranda 0 -.........5 4 .55
l EsE B*Dp Canada ...... ....5 4 .555
AM P a V I L.........4a5 .4 u
111 metro 11 Seg. 1/10 Prloxit oPltlco ddS D e I.C.- .dela. 2 1 80 .6*S 51 40:.90S
10. Pedro Dlaz--A. Bravo `WUd I 1115 .2 8 (" s5s4 480.00 ss54 40.00 s45s
2o .Martinez. El Dep or vo pBasp p a ...
Sm r s-, 7n/10 a n .a deE G la Liga de Barraza al impo-
10. Pedro D --A.Bravo. nnnera syer ~l CanadA, que per- t. aI,.
So. rnsdidRuITO MENOR st m, ple5 ..... di"esa anslada colocacidn, por 0511 240.00 1i 240.0 251
o. H. ChAldeckr. Lues 8 erupcdba o m t io hatepu.3b r-- 3 carreras a 1, mlentras que en
So .Con k Aztec~a _s Aracelly eare ontonrsmes .ut tm. el otro paitido el Miranda em- 7502 12&W 1du 12.6 750
45o m5 o s-- eg.: 2/5 4 p.m. Estadio ento d e tIealue r r" patr sei50 do dpueato con sU m 7503 1.0 0 13.0 7
o lMireple 8 Kzen par oebt~a, n o alyvio 7 a 6,
2o. R. William Dragones Jr. vs La Barriada Rosene actoan rea gamentp AmbOs encuentros resultaron ,
-o. F. Wll~a4 p.m. Estadio altar ol male.str 7. la pleazOn, intereBntes y 10s equipos se o atI
Cls catrllar lu p,,rt atfetada. 7 desplegaron con entusiasmo por 13is 14.@00 2813 144.0 as281
10 e.-se A /e1olver a Ia pei mu 4etado noroaln obtener el tniunfo. En el parti-
A .metto--1* og. 10 ztec Jr. vs ScarletS. sup1r n mcho a 0 t de do Crep. Vs CanadA. Tu 1504 6. 10 60 10
01". Oiver 8owaby-A. Bravo. 1 p.m. 'entu on rarmne.e fud el lanzador ganador y C. 155 96.0 180 00.0 180
A. Rtichard. Granillo Jr. vs Dragones Jr._ Los',ro.oze Gprem sdrel oorteo Gel d.
2-- tr- '10 En arazLos novecaen blletes enter
o0. OS dwaby-A. Bravo CIRCUIT MAYOR
to. A. Grenton. Granillo va Fte. Patri6tico Por billete enter
So. A Richard, Aztecs vs Dragones FIRMAN EL ACTA: La
400 metres-.5 8/10 Aztecs Vs Granillo El represent
10. Rdman Nufze-.-A. Bravo Ite. Patridtico vs Dragones 1-"y T Tr auON:
I0. Marcoa Wilson Aztecs vs teo. Patri6tico t Tom4N Alba V.-rCodula No.
00. Alberto an. Granillo vs Dragones. Nicolts Orozco Mufo--Cbd.
1 i I II T I .,IIiI. IIi

Los Y

I sk N- ho
Cdid- nn'.

el barrio do Calidonia se
incrementando el depor-
emenmo on Ia ramsa del
etball. Hasta ahora se han
nizado per lo. menos tres
no de ellos es el Deportivo
6Mltas quo dirlge el cono-
deportist@ Gonzalo A. Flo-
y esta" It egrado por mu-
has j6vena, que estan en-
ando en el glmnasio del
espera que eate deported sea
recibido por todos los de-
Atas del Barrio de Call-
i y que cooperen decididlh-
te para que se organic una

SlidcH victoria

I Hispago ermin

ir el 10bol mayor
campeonatQ de f(tbol de
era categoria de la Liga
incial de Panama termino
tarde con un triunfo del
ano sobre el Pacifico )or0
traft6 esta actitud de los
'tstas, ya que slempre han
ostradoun elevado espiri-
eportivo y deseos de coope-
y cumplir sus copromisos,
ayer la mayoria de sus
dores no te presentaron all
ro, perdlendo ui Juego. al
per lo menos debleron ofre-
ucha, comn slempre lo han
esta form el Ditrani que-
nvicto de primero, Anc6n
Hispano So., Ib6rico 40. y
ando el grupo Pacifico y
s trofeos y premlos a los
>os campeones y jugadores
acados se entregarAn en la
de fftbol "Panizi y Torre",
comenzarA posiblemente el



Royal Coup Derroto Ayer a Los4

Cam peones De La Pista Sabanea


Royal Coup confirm ayer su
gran clase otra vez como cam-
pe6n de la pista al dlerrotar en
una forma que no dejo dudas
de su gran superioridad a los
campcones de la pista en la
prueba estelar celebrada ayer
en el Hipodromo Nacional sobre
una distancia Je 1600 metros.
Royal Coup en esta ocasl6n
sallo bien y se mantuvo cerca
de los punteros Welsh Loch y
Phoebus Apollo, que lucharon
en la punta durante la mitad
de la prueba. Pronto estos dos
equinos se apagaron y el hijo
de Coup de Lyon3 tom6 el co-
mando y comenzo entonces a
galopar hacia el triunfo muy
bien gulado por el jinete Vicen-
te Ortega.
En los finales se presentaron
con una gran acdmetida Rat-
ling Light y Pinard, que se con-
tentaron con el segundo y ter-
cer lugar respectivamente, pues
el pupilo del Stud Cantagallo
atraves6 el disco por tres cuer-
pos de ventaja y en forma fi-

Royal Coup era el gran fi
rito de los fanaticos que o
taron a los remos de eates lmt
nifico exemplar de Don AtiM
Angulzola que h.. vuelto
cancha a rcconquistar sus
En otra de las pruebas eoM
lares de ayer se impuso Oat
al.lote de la Clase "C". Segm
do llego en esta carrera sllj.
malcano Newminster.

Por este medio pide a
los miembros de la Dire
asi como a los represetaRd
de los equipos inscritos a
tencia regiamentaria de
noche a las 7.30 p.m. en el I
gar de costumbre.
La sesidn de hoy es de o
importancia y se espersa
concurran todos los directM
y representantes, ya. que sa ti
taran las protests de lot eqa
pos Azteca, Granillo y Aszt
Tomis MuIos 1J



emiados en el Sorteo Ordinario No. 1691 del Domingo 5 de 40 de 98t
acciones divididos en dos se ries de 24 fracciones cada .una denominadas "A" y "B"




We* Not.
.00 300
.00 3160
.00 3286
4.00 3360
.00 3480
.00 35M
.00 36M0
.00 3760
.00 3800
.00 390

rremlo. Now.
144. 4060
144.00 4160
144.00 4260
144.00 4360
2.400.00 4460
144.00 4560
144.00 4680
144.00 4760
144.00 4860
144.00 4960

B. 48,000.00







.0O., Pr> *..
S0M 144.0
810 144.M0
8200 144."0
a3m 144.0
8440 2,400.00
as8500 144.00
S 144.00
700 144.00
88m0 144.00
8a0 144.00






8 1 3




*I' i,/ 8 a< a, | Bt/ I
55 480.00M 457 480 .00 [5459 4M 4 80.M0 4S44 40.00S4 4S0.00 6 54 8 4. 4 4M0.0
so 400.0 548 4 0o 56 40.M 3 40.0 5 54S 5 480.00 6 s 480M. 1S4 40.0

B. .. St,. 1u. l/. /. 5/.
1 240.00 3511 24.00 4511 240.00 5511 240.0 11 240.00 511 248.M 11 4M
S 120. 7509 122.00 750 12.00 7313' 10.00 7s515 12. 7517 12.0 71 1M.M I
S10.00 7501 120.00 7512 120.00 7514 120.0* 7516 12.00 I751I 10.00 752 -12. -


B/. a/ E/. s/.
I 144.00 4813 144.00 581 144.00 6813 144.00
S M. 1810 ,.00 1812 96.00 Is815 00.00
S M.M 1811 96.00 1814 96.00 1816 96.00

7813 144.00
1817 M.00
1818 M.00M

8813 144.0 0 11
1819 ".0 1821
182 6.00 1822

omitso fueron vendidos ast: el primero en Col6n; segundo y tercero en Panami4.
ros terminados en 0 y no comprendiddos en la lista precedent estia premiados con
Cuarenta y Ocho Balboas (B.48.00) eada uno.
se entlenden las 48 fracc ones que componen las dos series "A" y "B" I
* Autoridad: El Gobernador de la Provincia de PanamA. HOMERO VELASQUEB !
ante del Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro, HUMBERTO PAREDES C.

47-11033 El Notario Segundo del Circuito de PanamA

Iwettf y coo in dm itm
I prome MIaye.-- B PrU o
Marseameste: ltaes hpoae.
mado y Tarcme. f 3 s de*
mA em p ame3 dode o
I= emmsl em' s, wee uma

TO DE 1951
vents y Dos (392)

Ioeei6n Billtet

11.00 220.00
3.00 60.00
2.00 40.00


Lo premles so pagarin a a par segdIn la Lsta Ofeial do Pmm"' Is o(.-
ein& de I* Loteria Naeionl de Benefieencia sltuada en In Avadda C"Il.

Plan. del Sorteo Ordinario No. 1692 quo e U do
celebrar el 12 de Agasto de 1951 .
dd deM e m- doe series de 24 fracelones adi uo dn" I F

I PremaI Mayor series A y B de ...B/24.000.M codas Mat
I 8-gmdo Premlo series A y B de ... I2N." eao dslo
I Ter.er Prrmio series A y B de.... 3.MS.M emdS emrls
18 Apreoxlmclones series A y B de.... 24.00 cda arts
9 Premoes series A y B de............ 10M.M eada fmrle
N Premian series A y B de............ 712 e ad o ortel
M Premise series A y B de ............. 4.0M cadls re

*M Aj Atamuhm's r"w A y B de .. B/ M.6 raft Mt Of
SItkseriNes i A y B de............ 1.M endsa mt
18 ApU x ne :A A y B dd ...I s M a ,
S Pn-m l el A y B de............ 12L. cobd'e=.
I Pdil6m To0...........
Proelo edo n bidets etero ............... t
Prno d u eun ada a e eotave ............



Servicio de la Prensa Undda
Liga Americana
Los Yanquis de Nueva York
aumentaron su puntuacd6n en
el primer lugar al derrotar dos
veces. a los Carmelitas de San
Luis ayer por anotacliones de 0
carreras a 2 y 4 carreras a 3,
mientras que los Medias Rojas
de' Boston perdian dos veces
con los Tigres de Detroit por
3 carreras a I y 8 carreras % 5
A su vez los Medlas Blancas
de Chicago vencieron a los Se-
nadadores de Washington por el
score de Q carreras a 5 y los
Indies de Cleveland le ganaron

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Los Yanquis Ganaron Sus

Partidos y El Boston Perdi0o


dos veces a los Atltlcos as
ladelfia por 6 .carreras 1o
ambos encueztros.
En la Liga Naclonal '
Los Mentirosos de Bs
se afirmaron en el prime*
to al derrotar dos vede
Rojos de Cincinatti por 91
ras a 8 y 2 a 0.
Mientras tanto los 011
lograron imponerse a los
nales de San Lula. por r8, '
Los Bravos de Boston den
ron a los Cachorros en
juegos por 7 a 4 y 4 a 3
Phillies dos veces tambji
los Piratas por 5 a I y I s
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