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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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(NEA Telephoto)
PROTEST OUSTER Harrison Travis (left, (left), one of
the 90 cadets at West Point dismissed for cribbing In violation
of the academy's honor code, discusses the ouster with his
father, Lt. Col. Harrison O. Travis, retired, former West Point
Instructor. The elder Travis said he would get as much legal
aid as he could for the. discharged cadets.
# *
Local West Pointers
Comment On Scandal
Three field-grade West Point
graduates presently serving In
the Canal Zone today gave their
three personal opinions on the
cheating Scandal at that military
acadeney-, *----------*~ ~
1/ "1 just don't believe it. When
w were in school the thing we
were proudest of___was the
Honor Code.''
21 "There's more to lt than
insets tlv eye."
3) "In my day (21 years ago)
the cadets themselves handled a
comrade who failed to live up to
the Honor Code. They forced the
resignation or dismissal of the
man. But there were never any
'honorable discharges'."
Collectively the three old West
Pointers could recall only one
case of cheating.
System Of Paying
Commissary Charge
Accounts Changed
In the future commlssarv
charge account customers will
receive the original and one copy
of their bjlls. Instead of the usual
single copy, it was announced to-
dav at Balboa Heights.
Formerly, only the original
copy was mailed to customers, the
other copy being held at the Bal-
boa Heights or Cristobal office
of the Treasurer, where the cus-
tomer was required to pay his
bill.
Bills now may be paid to any
Panam Canal Company or Ca-
nal Zone Government cashier.
Traffic Snarled
As Mouse Nudges
Picadilly's Eros
LONDON, Aug. 8 (UP)
he twirling Ufe of Picca-
dilly Circus was paralysed
last night. Women fled
screaming. Traffic was tied
up for ten minutes.
Someone had seen a mouse
on the floodlit statue of
Eros, God of Love, startegi-
cally situated in the center
of this city's busiest square.
One man had solved a chemis-
try question correctly, but had
hastily written the wrong symbol
for iron.
Under the Honor Codeie cor-
freetetf-hirowrrwork. In so doing
he erased this minor error. His
classmates saw him and he was
expelled from the academy.
However, the three recalled an-
other scandal. A-cadet threaten-
ed to shoot the superintendent
with a cannon, f
"But this wajf more a prank
than a scandal/' Judged the old
West Pointers, fravely.
i
Smallpox Closes
Public Gatherings
In Wisconsin Town
REED8BURG, Wisconsin, Aug.
8 (UP)Health officials have
banned all public gatherings
here and ordered Reedsburg's
4.200 residents to be vaccinated
against smallpox within 48
hours or. face quarantine.
This order, which could stifle
the city's business and public
life, came after it was discover-
ed that a 55-year-old farm
woman had smallpox after she
visited Recdsburg last Saturday.
Quarantines will last two
weeks, and all apply equally to
city and farm folk.
Business places employing
persons who do not submit to
vaccination will be closed.
All movie theaters, churches,
swimming pools and summer
school* here were 'ordered
closed, and all other meetings
postponed till the end of the
emergency.
Cuba's Senator Chivas
Makes Rapid Recovery
HAVANA, Aug. 8 (UP)The
condition of Senator Eduardo
Chibas who attempted suicide
by shooting himself after his
regular broadcast Sunday night,
has shown rapid Improvement.
Doctors are highly optimistic
over his chances of recovery.
Reds Mum On Ridgway Terms;
Claim UN Troops Using Gas
Plans For Round World Jet
Air Service Set By Britain
LONDON, Aug. 8 (UP) Bri-
tain announced plans today for
an all-Jet air service which wUl
whisk passengers around the ra-
pidly shrinking world at 500
miles an hour.
Sir Miles Thomas, chairman of
the government-operated British
Overseas Airways Corporation,
sald^hat within five years BOAC
hopea to be operating an "all-
British, round-the-world airline"
which will slash present travel
schedules more than half,
Ultimately, he said, it will be
possible for a traveler In Bri-
tain's airlines to circle the
globe in three and a half days,
compared to the eight days
now required.
The key to Britain's air ambi-
tions Is the De Havllland Comet,
a swept-wlng, four-Jel airliner
which British designers say Is
superior to anything the United
States can develop U. time to
compete.
Some Comets have been deliver-
ed, and Thomas predicted that
by the end of 1951 BOAC's Lon-
don-Cairo Une will be "the
world's first aU-jet passenger
service."
With that as a start, the Brit-
ish airline plans to extend jet
service from Cairo south to
Johannesburg, South Africa, and
East to Britain's Asiatic colony
of Singapore.
At the same time, Comets
wlU be sent to the United
States to start high-speed ser-
vice between New York and the
resort centers of Bermuda and
the Caribbean Sea.
The present-model Comet Is
designed to carry 48 passengers
smoothly and silently at alti-
tudes up to 40,000 feet and speeds
up to 500 m.p.h. Its chief limi-
Army Sergeant Hurl
When Car Hits Bus
On Thatcher Highway
M-8gt. Ernest Shade of Port
Clayton was In the hoepltal to-
day with Injuries sustained when
his '51 Mercury sedan struck an
eastbound bus on Thatcher High-
way near Mile Post 3. He had a
compound fracture of his left el-
bow.
None of the bus passengers
were hurt, but considerable da-
mage was done to the vehicle.
Investigation by the police re-
vealed that the bus driver, 41-
year-old Hiplito Cabio Cedeo,
of Chorrera, saw the Mercury ap-
proaching him at a high speed.
Cedeo zlg-zagged over to the
right of the highway with two
wheels of the bus on the grass
shoulder. He had almost stopped
when the left front of the Mer-
cury struck the front and side of
the bus.
The Mercury went 100 feet far-
ther on the pavement, ran off
the road, struck the right shoul-
der, and then swerved back on to
the roadway.
Investigation is continuing
prior to placing of charges.
Chute-the-Chute
At Niagara Falls
Barred by Canada
'TORONTO, Aug. 8 (UP)The
Canadian police today were or-
dered to arrest anyone who
tries to ride over the Niagara
Falls.
Ontario's Premier LesUe Frost
banned further attempts by
daredevils to make the 180-foot
drop, as a result of Sunday's
fatal try by WUliam Hill. 32.
Hill tried to make the drop
in a barrel made of truck the
tubes lashed together with can-
vas webbing.
Frost also threatened the ar-
rest of any persons helping
I iuch would-be daredevils.
160 Prostitutes
Nabbed In Raid
In Panam City
In one of the biggest raids of
Panama City brothels In recent
months. Panama Secretary of
the Ministry of Oovernment
and Justice Armando Moreno
acompanled by Assistant Se-
cret Police Chief Pedro J. Perez
and 20 secret police agenta
rounded no almost 106 prostl-
ttftes last night.
Most of the brothels where
the women were caught were
legally operating oq permits
handed out by the Ministry of
Public Health and Social Pre-
science of the past administra-
tion.
The brothels raided were the
"U. S. Frisco" on B Street, "El
Bohlo" and the "California" in
Chorrillo, "VlUa Gloria" In Car-
rasquilla, the "Fenlx" In Rio
Abajo. "El Lucero" on the
Trans-Isthmian Highway, the
"Pension" and "Cantina La
Paz" In Rib Abajo, the "Hotel
Plaza" on 20 St. East. "Las De-
licias" In Pueblo Nuevo and "La
Julieta" In Rio Abajo.
taUon la its relatively short
range.
New models with more power-
ful engines are in the works, and
BOAC hopes to be able to offer
trans-Atlantic Jet service within
two years. ,
Once the Atlantic is mastered,
round-the-world Jet service will
be only a question of time.
Reds Crack Down
On Youths Seeking
West Berlin Sights
BERLIN, Aug. 8 (UP)Russian
sector authorities exercised more
rigid control today over the thou-
iands of youths who crossed the
ron Curtain from the big Com-
munist youth rally to steal a
glance at the wonders of West
Berlin.
The East German Communist
regime ordered all the 500,000
youths presently assembled for
the rally In the Soviet sector to
pay fares on the city's Soviet-
controlled subway and elevated
lines.
Previously the youths could
travel free on these lines any-
where in the Eastern or Western
sectors of the city.
The East German government
also opened a big propaganda
campaign to convince the youths
that danger lurks on the Western
side of the Iron Curtain.
Western Berlin press reports
say eight youths seen at a West
Berlin socialist meeting were ar-
rested by Communist People's
Police when they returned to the
Soviet sector.
Berlin's Communist police ad-
vised the youths that they were
liable to arrest by Western po-
lice If they entered the United
States, British or French sectors
of Berlin.
Far from being arrested, some
of the youths have had the tune
of their Uves in these sectors.
Firm Predicts $5,000,000
Trade In Colon Free Zone
US Entertainer Stricken Here
With Polio Patient At Gorgas
Gloria Helm, a young Ameri-
can slnget never thought she
would end up In the hospital,
when she signed on for a tour
with an all-Latin musical show.
Isthmian movie-goers who saw
the "Mulatas Del Fuego" may re-
member her charming voice and
personality, somewhat similar to
vivacious Betty Hutton's style.
But on June 24 she was strick-
en with polio and admitted to
Gorgas Hospital. The show went
on without her.
Her mother Jean, who Is a
nurse, was summoned from their
he e in Wellesley. Mass, and
spent a few weeks with her.
Gloria, who is a graduate of
the Boston Conservatory of Mu-
sic, won great popularity In Hav-
ana, where she had appeared on
television prior to the Panam
tour.
Although she may not have vi-
sitors yet, her condition Is Im-
proved and Gortas Hospital of-
ficials say she can be out of the
respirator for short periods at a
time.
Everything possible is being
done for her. according to a Qor-
grAstiokesman. It Is planned to
sei^T Gloria to Warm Springs,
Georgia, later, if she wishes to go
there.
James Marshall, who Is the
head of the Canal Zone Chapter
of the National Foundation for
Infantile Paralysis Informed The
Panam American that aid for
Gloria is under their sponsorship.
The many friends of the singer
who have made inquiries and of-
fered help, may send their con-
tributions to the local chapter In
the Canal Zone.
It is believed that Gloria will
be allowed visitors early next
week.
COLON, Aug. 8 Some 80
Panamanians will be hired
riming the next two months by
the American drug firm of
Parke, Davis Si Company, ac-
cording to information released
through the Colon Free Trade
Zone.
During the same period 10
experts from the States will Join
the company's chief of person-
nel and warehouse superinten-
dent, who are now In Colon
making preliminary arrange-
ments to handle the 85,000.000
annual business the firm ex-
pects to do in this area of Latin
America from Its Colon head-
quarters.
These facts came out in con-
nection with the announcement
that the firm wUl move Its en-
ture export activities for this
area of Latin America to the
Young flautist. Eduardo Char-
pentier who will be heard to-
night in a musical-concert at
the National Theater at 8:15.
Tickets are available at the
doo/ for f2.
Free Trade Zone. The concern
will operate here as Parke Davis
Inter-American.
Previously it had been an-
nounced that the firm would
establish a drug depot here. The
revelation that lt Intends to
transfer Its export activities to
Panama means a far larger
development, plus a much larg-
er flow of money Into Panama
both in pay rolls and local
purchases.
Manager for Parke Davla In-
ter-American Is Eduardo Casta-
fio Castillo, a Colombian edu-
cated in the United States, who
stopped briefly In Panama this
week to complete arrangements.
The firm has rented a two-
story block-long building on
13th Street and Melendez Ave-
nue at Avenue "A."
It has also signed a contract
for a building site In the Free
Trade Zone area at a rental of
10 cents per meter per month.
The building to be construct-
ed there will have extensive
storage facilities. Including air
condltlonlne and refrigeration
for perishable drugs. It will have
some 25,000 square feet of floor
space.
The territory to be served out
of Panama will include all
countries south of Mexico ex-
ceDt Brazil and Argentina. It
will also embrace the Caribbean
area.
The concern wttl also establish
a training school in Colon for
representatives to travel through
the territory.
A spokesman for Parke Davis
Inter-America said the firm ex-
pects to let Its contracts to lo-
cal contractors, and to buy its
supplies locally wherever pos-
sible.
He also expressed hope that
landlords, banking Interests, ca-
pitalists and Investors would
cooperate in the company's ef-
forts to find suitable housing
for Its staff and their families
who will arrive soon.
$307 Million
Aid To Chiang
Likely By U.S.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 (UP)
The Truman Administration
ha* asked Congress to approve
a 8307,000,000 aid program for
the Chinese Nationalist forces
on Formosa.
The program Including
8217,000,000 In arms shipments
alms to help Chiang Kai-
shek modernize his armv of be-
tween 25 and 30 divisions.
Guns., ammunition, armored
vehicles and perhaps planes are
reportedly Included In the plan.
Only 18 months ago President
Truman Insisted the United
States would not provide mili-
tary aid or advice to Formosa.
Administration sources ex-
plain that the change of policy
towards the Chinese Nationalist
regime now confined to For-
mosa is an outgrowth of the
Chinese Communist Interven-
tion in Korea.
Soviet Diplomat's
Mistakes Set New
High In Road Test
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 (UP)
A Russian embassy official
set a new record of nearly 123
mistakes today when he took a
District of Columbia driver's li-
cense test.
Soviet representatives here
were recently made subject to
this test In reprisal for almost
Impossible driving tests Im-
posed In United States repre-
sentatives In Moscow.
One Russian official who fail-
ed for first time came back
Monday and passed.
But today his comrade ran
up this score.
Turning corners too wide 8
times.
Stopping with a Jerk 2.
Giving wrong hand signals3.
Driving In wrong lane 2.
Single offenses Included
speeding, not yielding right of
way to a pedestrian, changing
lanes, driving too close to other
vehicles, poor control, poor
steering, stopping in a pedes-
trian crossing, parking too far
from curb.
1.000 AF Men Arrive
For New US Airstrips
CASABLANCA, Aug. 8 (UP)
A contingent of 1,000 United
States Air Force personnel ar-
rived here today bv the trans-
port General Ballou to help
man the five new United States
airfields In French Morocco.
Canton Port Closed To
All Except Red Ships
HONG KONG, Aug. 8 (UP)
The" Communist authorities of
Canton are reported here to
have closed that port to all for-
eign shipping except vessels of
nations having diplomatic re-
lations with Red China.
TOKYO, Aug. 8 (UP) The United Nations cease-
fire negotiators flew back to Korea from Tokyo today to
await the Communist reply to United Nations Supremo
Commander General Matthew Ridgway's ultimatum on the
resumption of the suspended Kaesong truce talks.
Up to a late hour today the Reds had ignored Ridg-
way's demand for a stronger guarantee that armed Red
troops will henceforth be kept out of the Kaesong con-
ference area.
Communist radio stations were expected to broad-
cast the Red reply tonight.
Radio Peiping accused the United Nations of using
gas in Korea, and of flying over Red China proper.
These followed Red charges
yesterday that United Nations
land, sea and air forces had vio-
lated Kaesong's neutrality with-
out the Communists using the
violations as an excuse to break
off the truce talks.
Ridgway suspended the dead-
locked Armistice talks Sunday on
the grounds that the presence of
armed Communist troops within
100 yards of the Kaesong con-
ference house during Saturday's
19th truce session flagrantly vio-
lated the neutrality promised for
the area.
The Reds replied Monday (hat
Saturday's violation was a minor
accident, and that orders had
been issued to prevent Its repeti-
tion.
At the same time the Reds
asked for an Immediate resump-
tion of the truce talks.
Ridgway denied the incident
was minor .and demanded a bet-
ter guarantee against its repeti-
tion.
When chief United Nations ne-
gotiator United SUtes Vice Ad-
miral C. Turner Joy flew Into
Seoul with his team today after
talks with Ridgway In Tokyo he
said:
All Russian Papers
Feature Full Text
Of Peace Statement
MOSCOW. Aug. 8 (UP) Rus-
sian newspapers carried to every
corner of the country today as-
surances that neither the people
nor the government of the Unit-
ed 8tates want war with Russia.
Every newspaper In Russia
published in full the texts of Pre-
sident Truman's July 7 letter to
Soviet President Nikolai Shvernlk
and the friendship resolution
adopted by the United States
Congress.
Alongside the United States
messages the papers ran Shver-
nik's reply and a re solution
adopted by Russia's parliament
expressing the Soviet viewpoint
on peace.
The news of the exchanges will
probably reach a far larger audi-
ence in the Soviet Union than lt
did yesterday In the United
States.
Soviet newspapers not only
circulate among scores of mil-
lions of subscribers, but are post-
ed In conspicuous placea on pub-
lic thoroughfares.
Not since World War II has
there been such a distribution of
an official United States message
of goodwill among the Russian
people.
"I have no Idea when the talk
will be resumed. I will wait till the
communists answer Ge n e r a 1
Ridgway's last message."
Hopes that the Kaesong talks
can be resumed tomorrow are
fading as the Communist answer
Is not forthcoming.
Radio Peiping accused South
Korean forces of using poison
gas on the afternoon of June 27,
two da.w after Soviet United Na-
tions delegate Jacob Malik sug-
gested the possibility of a cease-
fire In Korea.
Peiping radio said the South
Koreans fired gas shells from 60
mm. mortars during an attack
north of the Hwachon reservla?
on the central front.
The radio said: "After explod-
ing the shells emitted thick yel-
lowish-black smoke. Some 27 of
our men were affected on the
spot. Two died."
Another broadcast charged
that 80 United States planes vio-
lated China's borders by flying:
over northeast China 39 turnee
between July 17 and Aug. 3.
Unlike previous broadcasts,
this did hot claim the plane*
dropped bombs.
Peiping radio said Ridgway had
made Joy "eat his words" by can-
celling the truce meeting sched-
uled for Sunday after Joy has}
said he would attend.
The radio said: "This self-con-
tradictory and confused attitude
of the American aide show* how/,
hard lt has been trying to find
pretexts for gaming time, so as,
to adjust the confusion that hat
arisen out of the exposure of its
unreasonable demands regarding
a military demarcation line la
Korea."
CZ Little Leaguers
In U.S. Tourney
Opener Tonight
The Pacific Little League Ait.
Stars will swing into actkan
tonight at Lyndhurst, N. J., In
their first game of the Litl*
League US-wlde elimination
tournament.
The local boys will have te>.
beat Lyndhurst in order to re-'
main in the competition for ,
the finals which wlU be held
at Williamsport, Penn., later
this month.
The game tonight is at 6 p.m.
The lineup for the Caaal
Zone team:
Mead, ft.
Hatched, If.
Phillip, 2b.
Salas, at.
Klrchmeier, rf.
Bateman, lb.
Best. cf.
Hats, of.
Hamma, c.
Hayden, p.
12th Attempt Finally Fatal
To Big-Time Dallas Gambler
DALLAS. Tex.. Aug. 8. (UP)
Herbert "The Cat" Noble, Dallas
gambler who got his nickname by
miraculously escaping assassina-
tion attempts 11 times, was killed
yesterday by a bomb planted In
the mail box at his Dentn Coun-
ty ranch.
An employe of Noble's down-
town "Airmen's Club." a private
Dallas establishment, reported
Noble was "blown all to pieces."
when he opened his mailbox at
the ranch near Grapevine. Tex.
Two years ago Noble's wife was
killed In a dynamite bomb explo-
sion when she stepped on the
starter of her husbands Cadillac.
Police aald the bomb had been
planted for Noble.
Noble claimed repeatedly that
he had been out of the gambling
rackets since 1948 but he conced-
ed last year that he wasn't "long
for this world."
That was soon after he cam*
out of a hospital from a long stay
after he was ambushed by a ri-
fleman when he stepped onto the
porch of his Dallas home on Dec
31. 1950.
Five weeks later, whUe he was
recuperating In the hospital, a
rifleman stood on the ground and
fired one high-powered shot
through the window of Noble's
room on the fourth floor
It shattered the glass pane in
the window and tore a gaping
hole In the celling but aside from
terrorizing him and showering
plaster on him lt did Noble no
frfrther harm.
The next day. with a bodyguard
standing by silently, Noble admit-
ted a United Press staff repre-
sentative for an interview In
which he conceded that: "It looks
like I'm not long for this world."
Only a quirk of fate spared No-
ble's life as early as Nov. 2. 1949.
On that morning, his wife bor-
rowed Noble's automobile for a
shopping trip, instead of using
her own car. a Cadillac sedan.
When Mrs. Mildred Noble
eressed the starter button of her
usband's coupe, lt was shatter-
ed by an explosion which rocked
the area for more than a mile
around.



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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AM INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST |, 51
Cargo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
*>
UNITED FRUIT.COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Chirlqui ...................................Auf. 1
S.S. Byfjord ..................................Aug. IS
IS. Lever Brad ...............................Aug. 31
It. Chirtqi ...................................Sept. t
Arrives
New York Freight Service Cristbal
8.8. Cap* Ann ..................................Anfr. 12
8.8. Cape Cod ..................................An*. IS
8.8. Maya.......................'..............Auk. 26
S.S. Cape Avinof ...............................Sept. 1
Weekly Sailing! lo New *orh. Lo. Amelev San rt.ncU.u Seattle
Orculonal SaUlngt lo New Orleans end Mobil*
(The SlMmen la ihU Mrttce are lUBltefl I* twelve Haniml
iTequant rTeliht Stalllno fro Cristobal lo Wan C**sl Central Amerlc
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sails
Cristbal
S.S. Chirlqui .....................,..............Aug. 7
S.S. Chlriqui ........ (Passenger Service Only) Au* 21
S.S. Chirfaui ...................................Sept. 4
TELEPHONES i
CRISTOBAL tltl PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20
MAERSK LINE
accepting passengecs for
NEW YORK
BY
m.s. "ANNA MAERSK"
SAILING AUGUST 9th.
(Every room with connecting bathroom)
C. B. FENTON & Co., Inc.
Tel.: Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065

BLUE FUNNEL UNE
accepting passengers for
LOS ANGELES
BY
nieS. "MENESTHEUS"
SAILING AUGUST 13th.
C. B. FENTON & Co., Inc.
Tal.: Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
BARBER WlLHELMSEN LINE
ACCEPTING PASSENGERS FOR:
NEW YORK
by
m.s. "TRITON"
SAILING AUGUST 9th.
(Every room with private bathroom)
C. B. FENTON & CO., INC.
Tal. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
EAST ASIATIC COMPANY
accepting passengers for
LOS ANGELES and SAN FRANCISCO
Bv
m.s. "INDIA"
SAILING AUGUST 11th.
C. B. FENTON & CO., INC.
Tel. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
Red Cross Director Here Being Changed
Leonard F. Trace. Red Cross
field director In the Pacific
Sector tor the pass six years,
leaves this area Aug. 17 for re-
assignment In the United States.
He will be succeeded by Nell M
Clark, who comes here from the
San Francisco port of embarka-
tion at Fort Mason.
Trace has been In Red Cross ;
Work for the past ten years. He i
Hrst served at Fort Hancock ;
Jatfcr going to Africa with the'
Sfth Division, then Italy. Texas,
and finally here In the canal
Zone. He was the first Red Cross
ueia director In continental
Europe.
Clark, a comparatively new
man In Red Cross work, was at
San Francisco for six months
prior to his assignment to this
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RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, Aug.
8 (UP) A handful of hardy
Brazilian pioneers have just
completed an eight year pene-
tration of Jungle wilderness of
Central Brazil to open the way
for straight-line air service be-
tween Miami and Rio de Janeiro
that will cut the flying time be-
tween the cities by several hours.
The Roncador-Xlngu Expedi-
tion, government-sponsored by
the Central Brazil Foundation
has laid its 12th Air Strip in the
heart of the Jungle, on the Tapa-
Joz River, a tributary of the Ama-
zon.
The achievement climaxed a
1,000-mile trek across some of the
world's wildest virgin territory.
Strung on a diagonal line, the air
strips are designed to-permit
straight flying from Rio de Jan-
eiro to Manaos, opening the im-
mense Central Brazil area to ci-
vilization.
Eventually this will also bring
commercial f 11 g h ts over the
shortest route from the United
States, eliminating the longer
line around Brazil's huge hump.
For the time being, however, the
air strips will be used only by Bra-
zilian Army planes on special
missions.
Never numbering more than 24
men. the expedition, was able to
advance only seven months each
year. The rest of the time it was
marooned by torrential rains
which cause huge rivers to over-
flow and turn tens of thousands
of Jungled square miles Into la-
goons. The pioneers defied sav-
age Indians, wild beasts, huge
boa constrictors and fever-laden
mosquitoes. Unable to take their
wives with them, and under strict
legal Interdiction /not to molest
Indian women, the men are vir-
tually bound to celibacy. This, ra-
ther than the dangers of the un-
known Jungle, has been responsi-
ble for the few desertions regis-
tered in the expedition.
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST -, 1951
THK PANAMA AMERICAN AW INDEPENDENT DATLT NEWSPAPER
PAGE THREE"
West Point's Confessed Cheats
Given New Chance To Beat Axe
WEST POINT, N.Y., Aug. 8 (UP) The Army eased
up yesterday on 80 cadets who confessed cheating in their
West Point examinations by offering them a chance to
resign, and promised to investigate 29 other cadets they
have implicated in the cribbing ring.
Maj. Gen. Frederick A. Irving, academy superinten-
dent, also was authorized to court martial the 10 addi-
tional cadets who have been accused of cribbing but still
deny the charges.
Before the sudden "softening" in policy all 90 cadets
accused of cheating had been ordered given "general"
discharges.
At a press conference, Irving pointed out, however,
that even under the new policy any cadet who can't clear
himself will be out of the army one way or another.
Irvine also denied the cadets any evidence to find them guilty.
Racketeer Tony Accardo
May Have False Liberty
BY DREW PEARSON
II we discover others, we will do
the same as we have in the case
o the 90," Irving said.
Meanwhile, an aroused body
of West Point upperclassmen,
demanding that the public
"hear the other 2,300 cadets."
openly condemned the 90 ac-
cused of cheating and staunch-
ly upheld the Academy's honor
code!
that they were coerced into mak-
ing statements which were used
against them. .
The cadets immediately replied
with a written statement offer-
ing to swear under oath that they
were victims of "threata and in-
timidation." that they were de-
nied legal counsel, and that they
were never informed of their
rights under the Articles of War.
Irving, speaking from behind a
massive desk in his flag-draped
office, said that the action a- camp for cadets, more than 300 i"it"would not be""enouh, to: ^?1??^ 4v.n?a.'.n Precauuun>
10 who still deny I men%lgorousIy- defended tne *& *$^^Stmd1^^ f^^J ^ ^M
Congressmen
Asked To Scout
For Footballers
WASHINGTON. Aug. 8 (UP)
Rep. Paul Cunningham, R., la-
charged yesterday that West
Point football coaches have tried
to use Congressmen as grid tal-
ent scouts, and a senator de-
manded abolition of both the
military and naval academies..
They Joined In a hot-and-
heavy congressional debate over
the Impending dismissal of West
Point cadetsIncluding most of
the football teamfor cheating
on examinations.
The Senate's permanent Inves-
tigating committee already Is
conducting a "preliminary" lnj
quiry into the scandal, but Chair-
man Clyde R. Hoey. D., N.C., said
it is too early to tell whether full-
dress hearings will be held.
Innoculalions Given
Red Soldiers Are
Largely Ineffective
PUSAN. August 8 (USIS)
Inoculations against disease
given by the Communists to
their soldiers In Korea are "ap-
parently too weak. Improperly
made and so badly administer-
ed, that they are almost totally
ineffective." according to a
United Nations doctor working
in a prisoner of war hospital.
Dr. Pum Suk Han. who has
devoted all of his time to giving
medical aid to Communist pri-
soners since last December, said
that 75 per cent of all prisoners
with typhoid treated at his hos-
pital, "claim thev received pre-
ventive shots" from the Com-
munists. ,
Tests given showed evldense
of vaccines having been admin-
Bresident Truman remained i stered, he said, but they ap-
sllent on an appeal from the par- parently were not given correct-
ents*of the cadets that he inter-
vene "as a atherly act" and re-
Deployed at nearby Camp store them to good standing.
Buckner, a summer training, sen. JohnJ. Sparkman,D,Ala., idiniv health ^reeautlons
ramn for cadets more than ano ..u (* ___u Jk* * nn.,h tn i ordinary neaitn precautions
ly, he stated.
"Most of the Communist sol-
diers thus throw away manv
Annapolis as some lawmakers
have proposed.
"We should abolish both aca-
cheatlng charges will depend "Oil nonor code, said they had "no
the evidence." complaints" over the dismissal of
Those 80 who have confessed, lne wayward 90, and shouted
he said, will be offered a change ;such declarations as: "The soon-
to resign. If they don't resign, 1 er they g0 the better off we'll demies," he told reporters. "We
they will be given "administra- be .. should draw all our officers from
tive" discharges "without speci- trying made It plain that he | the college ROTC programs."
ilcatlon as to character." didn't consider the accused ca- Cunningham said football has
The 10 who deny the charges ciets criminals. The mass dismiss-
can either be convicted and given aj ne galcl .s comparable to an
administrative" discharges or orc|er to leave college in civilian
cleared and retained by 11 e Aca-
demy.
"We have and we will Investi-
gate charges that others are In-
volved. These 90 me-.i have sub-
mitted a list implicating 29 oth-
ers, but we have not uncovered
Summer Agenda Ends
For West Bankers
With Aug. 18 Show
The West Bank Summer Re-
creation Arts and Crafts will end"
as a special feature of the Satur-
day afternoon matinee August 18.
All children participating will be
guests and see the picture "Thun-
derblrd" In technicolor with Jas.
Cagnev and Gandy Goose Car-
toon All children enrolled In the
Arts and. Crafts during the sum-
mer will be dressed in costume
which were made by them and
present a half hour program
starting at 2:00 p.m. of song and
dance before the matinee.
Arts and Crafts objects made
which are not worn in the show
will be on display In a room on
the main floor of the clubhouse
from Friday noon until Saturday
afternoon after the matinee
when all children are asked to
take them home. Some articles
from each group will be chosen
by the teachers for a display In
the Balboa library.
A final trip to visit the Corozal
bakery will be conducted for all
children registered who for some
reason did not go on any of the
other trips. Written permission
slips must be presented Thursday
morning before the bus leaves at
9:00 a.m. All teen-agers are in-
vited to og on this trip and any
adults who are working with the
program In any way may go. This
is the last conducted trip by the
West Bank group for the season.
life.
The men won't even be bar-
red from becoming army offi-
cers in the future if they are
drafted and want to go up
through the ranks.
"They are basically honorable
most of them, that isand I
would like to see them given an
opportunity to continue their ed-
ucation and their careers," he
said.
"They are fundamentally a
good bunch of boys. They did
have, however, a wrong sense of
values and got off on the wrong I
step."
He insisted that his announce-
ment yesterday "was no compro-
mise" despite the angry fight-
back attitude of parents of the
accused boys. However, his offer
to permit the men to resign was
contrasted with the original or-
der of "general" discharges
which are neither honorable nor
dishonorable.
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been emphasized so heavily at
West Point In recent years that
he and other Congressmen have
been asked to use their cadet-
appointing powers to get high
school grid stars Into the military
academy.
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Dr. Pum estimated, however
that "only about 40 per cent of
the Communist soldiers receive
any inoculations whatsoever."
He blamed this low number of
immunizations on a "haphazard
system of inoculations among
the Communists, a lack of doc-
tors and medicine, and the ab-
sence of field hospitals." He
said further:
"Many of the prisoners say
thev were skipped when their
unit was given shots, or that
doctors never got around to
their units at all before they
went into combat.
Dr. Pum said the useless vac-
cines qf the Communists have
caused the United Nations pri-
soner of war hospitals to Ino-
culate all prisoners "whether
or not thev claim to have had
the shots before."
In addition to these health
precautions, all prisoners are
treated with DDT and the sick
are Immediately hospitalized.
Dr. Pum described the treat-
ment received by the prisoners
In the U. N. camDR as "saual to
that given to United Nations
soldiers." He said all of the
modern drugs were available to
the hospital and were given to
prisoners of war whose cases
warranted their use.
1
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8.
The Senate Crime Committee
has received a report from the
Cook County. 111., state's attor-
ney's office, implying that Muni-
cipal Judge Oeorge Qulllcl had
no authority to release racketeer
Tony Accardo from Jail recently.
Accardo had been picked up for
questioning about the murder of
Leonard Calfano, but was releas-
ed on his signature by Judge
Qulllcl, who made a special trip
to the police station in the middle
of the night. ,
Accardo hasheen named by the
Senate Crime Committee as boss
of a criminal syndicate that
rules Chicago's underworld and
controls the rackets as far away
as Florida. ,
Here Is the confidential report
to the crime committee of Ed-
ward Breen, first assistant state's
attorney:
"I questioned and Instructed
my assistant.. .to raise the ques-
tion of the authority and juris-
diction of Judge Qulllcl. as 'a
municipal court Judge of the ci-
ty of Chicago, to fix ball In a case
where a man was arrested outside
of the .city limits of Chicago, to
wit: River Forest.
"Qulllcl however overruled the
objection and discharged Accar-
do in court.
"When representatives of this
office finished questioning Ac-
cardo on the afternoon that he
was brought In. they were not sa-
tisfied with his answers and sent
him to the Chicago detective bu-
reau building to be locked up
overnight pending a further In-
vestigation." Breen continued.
"George Callaghan. a local at-
torney, represented Accardo and
appeared at the detective bureau
the evening of Accardo's arrest,
acompanled by Judge George
Qulllcl of the municipal court of
Chicago...
"George Callaghan telephoned
to me at mv home, and stated
that Judge Qulllcl was standing
by. ready to fix bond and release
Accardo... .
"When I concluded talking
with attorney Callaghan. Judge
Qulllcl got on the phone and sta-
ted that...he would admit Ac-
cardo to ball even though no
complaint had been filed at that
time against him.
"I -told the Judge, that I ob-
jected to Accardo being released
on ball at that time, and if he
did so It was on his, the Judge's
resDonslbillty.
"The Judge did, however, there-
upon fix ball at $1,000 without
security which required only the
signature of Accardo thereon
without any security. Accardo
was Immediately released."
Note Breen also reported
that "Judge Qulllcl was in his
home playing cards when he re-
ceived a call from attorney Cal-
laghan. requesting him to go to
the police station on that Satur-
day night, when he fixed the ball
1 and talked wtlh me over the tele-
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in
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST I, 151
Indians Cut Idle Yankees' Margin To Half Game
Garcia Beats Athletics;
Red Sox Lose 4th In Row
By United Press
NEW YORK, Aug. 8 The Indians marked up a 5-1
triumph over the Browns in Cleveland lost night to move
within a half-game of the league leading Yankees.
Mike Garcia, playing one of hi
most brilliant games for the In-
dians, pitched a four-hitter and
clouted a three-run homer. It
was the sixth straight win for
the Tribe and 15th of the year
lor Garciahis best season yet.
'His homer in the sixth inning
against Jim McDonald turned a
light 2-0 game into an easy win.
He missed a shutout when the
Browns scored a run In the nint.h
on Bill Jennings' single, a double
by Frank Saucier and an infield
out.
The Boston Red Sox were up-
set 7-4 by the Philadelphia Ath-
letics in a Fenway Park night
game, thereby losing a chance to
gain on the American League
leading Yankees who were Idle.
Though they took an early lead
against the Athletics pitcher Bob
'Hooper, who had never beaten
them, they could not hold It and
lost their fourth game In a row.
Joe Tipton's bases empty
homer in the fifth cut the Red
Sox lead to 4-3 then the Ath-
letics scored twice in the sixth
on Elmer Valo's triple, Wally
Moses' single and Hank Majes-
ki's triple to go ahead.
; The Chicago White Sox pulled
to within two games of the Red
Sox when they won 2-1 In 13 ln-
inings over the Tigers at Detroit.
Billy Pierce went the route for
his eleventh victory.
.' The Chisox got the winning run
on a walk lo Eddie Robinson, an
Infield out and Jim Busby's sln-
.'gle. Robinson had hit his 20th
homer of the season earlierhis
third In two games.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Philadelphia Phillies beat
the Boston Braves 1-0 in a 15-
innlng nightcap of a twl-night
doubleheader at Shlbe Park. Ken
Heintzelman was the winner and
Bob Chlpman the loser.
The scoreless duel was broken
when Richie Ashburn hit into a
forceout and moved to second on
an infield hit by Willie Jones and
scored on Dick Sisler's single.
The Phillies also won the
first game 3-1 as Robin Roberts
twirled a f Ive-hltter for his 15th
victory of the season. A two-
i mi rally in the eighth inning
got him his winning margin.
The St. Louis Cardinals trounc-
ed the Pittsburgh Pirates 16-7 In
a St. Louis night game. Scoring
seven runs In the first inning,
the Cards went on to total 21 hits
including Del Rice's seventh
homer and five singles in five
trips for Peanuts Lowrey.
Bob Rush hurled the second
straight four-hitter for the Chi-
cago Cubs to beat the Cincinna-
ti Reds 4-1 at Chicago. He gave
up a single run in the first in-
ning with wildness as he walked
two men, one of whom scored on
an infield out.
However, Hank Sauer came
back with a three-run homer in
the same frame to put the Cubs
ahead to stay.
The Brooklyn Dodgers-New
York Giants night game was
rained out and will be played to-
night In addition to the regular-
ly scheduled day game.
Peggy Detamore
Stars In Swim
Meet In U.S.A.
Peggy Detamore, a Canal Zone
girl who learned to swim at the
Balboa Pool when she was three
years old, recently starred at the
third annual Staunton Boys'
Club-YMCA swimming Meet in
Staunton. Virginia.
The meet was held Aug. 1. A
clipping from the Staunton News
Leader of Aug. 2 shows that Peg-
gy was the outstanding girl swim-
ming in the 13-15 year group.
She tied for first in the 50-
yard freestyle and placed first in
both the 25-yard backstroke and
breaststroke. Peggy was awarded
a silver Oscar'' and three b''ie
ribbons.
Sen. Edwin Johnson figures'
In 2 Major Baseball Meetings
American League
GUN CLUB
NOTES
W.P. Superintendent Says
Army Will Field Grid Team
WASHINGTON. Aug. 8 lUPl-
From the Pentagon in Washing-
ton and from the office of the
superintendent at West Point
came the word that the Army was
relenting somewhat in Its disci-
pline of cadets who cheated.
No more was said about "gen-
eral discharges a type of dis-
charge given to those not quali-
fied for an honorable one In-
stead. Major General Frederick
Irving said at the point that all
cadets who admitted cheating
would be given a chance to re-
sign. Otherwise, they would get
an administrative discharge,
which Is not as severe as a gen-
eral discharge. In either case, the
feneral said, the men might rise
hrough the ranks to become of-
ficers.
About 80 cadets have admitted
their guilt. The other 10 might
face a court martial or Just pos-
sibly the charges against them
would be dropped.
Irving said that without ques-
tion Army would field a football
team in the fall. "I strongly feel,"
he said, "that athletics play an
important part of academy life."
But Congressman Paul Cun-
ningham of Iowa feels that sports
life in the academy urged him I o
consider appointing a football
star who had Indicated no desire
to go to The Point. Representative
Cunningham says he discussed
the Incident with a number of
other congressmen. He says,
"Four or five of them t"M me
just this morning that th | have
had similar experiences."
Turning to baseball. House In-
vestigators heard an upper
chamber colleague urge that all
organUed sports be exempt from
anti-trust laws. Senator Edwin
Johnson of Colorado -who Is
president of the Western Base-
ball Leagueaid he doubts the
legality of the reserve clause.
Johnson said the "worst thing
that could happen" would be to
leave the question up to the
courts.
Johnson said that what should
be done is Congress should pass
a law making It legal.
Twenty shooters took part In
the one-hundred target Major
Campbell Memorial skeet shoot
at Cristobal Gun Club on Sun-
day last. Capt. George Watrous,
U.S.A.F.. was high gun with
97x100, he broke 77 straight be-
fore missing.
Charlie Disharoon of Gamboa
was second with 95x100, Bill Cun-
ningham of Balboa was third
with 94x100. The Balboa team
won the team shoot with 460x500,
Cristobal was second with
436x500. third was the Fort Kobbe
team with 425x500.
BALBOA GUN CLUB
Watrous............ 97
Cunningham........ 94
Norton............ 92
Jackson............ 90
McNeill ............. 87
460
CRISTOBAL GUN CLUB
Disharoon.......... 95
Kueter.............. 93
Dugas ..............
Sanders............ 82
Hartz..............
436
FORT KOBBE GUN CLUB
Spencer............ 92
Foster............. 85
Brown.............. 85
Carter............. 83
Christie............ 80
435
La Boca Celebrates Annual
Scooter-Roller Skates Derbv
0
It was Derby Day at La Boca
Monday wheneighty youngsters
pumped away in the annual La
Boca Scooter Derby, a feature
event of the vacation recreation-
al program.
Albert Corbln with two impor-
tant victories was the High point
scorer. He also won the prize for
the most attractive board skate.
Awards for the derby were sup-
plied by the Summer Recreation-
al Council.
The results follow:
WINNERS OF THE LA BOCA
SCOOTER AND 6KATE DERBY
Class A (13 to 14 yearn
Class B ill to 12 years)
Class C <10 and under)
100 Yds.. Class A. Board Skates
-nAlbert corbln
2Alvln Forde
3 Daniel Clovis
4 Eric Samuels.
Jit Yds., Class A. Scooter
;f Alfred Solev
. t-Roy King
; SEduardo Morrell.
1*0 Yds., Class B, Board Skates
1Rov Sandiford
2Leroy Iftll
3Ivan John
4George Waldron.
1M Yds.. Class B. Scooter
1 George Hinds
2Henry Straughn
3Jimmy Howard
4Alfred Evans.
1*0 Yds., Class C. Board Skates
1-Oliver Livingston
2Oscar Samuels
3Carlos Fairclough
4Arthur Howard.
109 Yds.. Class C. Scooters
1 Vibert Facev
2 Granville S i rt
3Calvin Holder
4Raymond Morrell.
200 Yds., (lass A, Board Skates
1Albert Corbln
2Alvln Forde
3Daniel Clovis
4 Archie Brathwaite.
20* Yds., Class A. .Scooter
1 Albeit Corbln
2Alfred Remlce
(Continued on Page 6, CoL 4)
Other scores:
Francis............ 86
Reed.............. 80
Marsh.............. 77
Fuller............. 74
Capt. Watrous took the sterling
silver trophy for high gun and
Charlie Disharoon the sterling
liver added bird trophy. Every-
body enjoyed the delightful tur-
kev dinner served by the Cristo-
bal Club chef.
Next Saturday afternoon at
two o clock, there will be a fare-
well Skeet and Trap shoot in
honor of the popular Sgt Brown
of Fort Kobbe who is leaving for
the Stales later this month.
The program will consist of 50
registered 18-yard targets and 50
skeet targets. There will be an
entry fee of one dollar on each
50 target event and one dollar on
the overall scores. Purses will be
divided via the Lewis System,
two classes 40, 30, 20 and 10 per
cent. There will be sterling silver
trophies awarded to the winners
of the Trap and Skeet events. But
no shooter may take both tro-
phies.
This shoot is to be known as
the miserable" Brown shoot and
will be run by Col. Christie and
Pappy Norton who will be Only
too glad to explain just why Sgt.
Brown is called "miserable." We
Just don't know, ourselves.
'Y' Hoop League
Seagrams Y.O.
CANADIAN WHISKY

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ALL-SERVICE BASKETBALL
LEAGUE
Monday the All-Service Bas-
ketball League continued Its
schedule with two games. Both
were won by lop-sided scores. In
the first game Albrook slaugh-
tered Corozal 55-30.
This game was sparked by the
outstanding play of "Frenchy"
Coycault who netted 20 points to
be the high pointer of the eve-
ning. Lee. also of Atbrook, got
eleven points for his team. Bliss
Scholl of Coronal was his team s
best with six points.
Albrook again proved that it is
the team to beat hi the race.
The second game was won by
Special Troops over 7464th Signal
by a score of 54-33. The high-
pointer was Andrade of Special
Troops with 17. Luft with 13 and
Pendleton with nine points also
distinguished them i ves.
For 7464th Signal. Kellywith
seven pointsand Kennedy with
six points were worth mentis i.
Officials were Kectlm and Ma-
grath. They did a good job.
This evening two games are
scheduled.
Rodman W. B. vs. Albrook and
UB.A. Hospital vs. Hdq. 15th Na-
val District.
More Sports
On Page Eight
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at New York.
Philadelphia at Boston.
Chicago at Detroit.
St. Lonis at Cleveland.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(13 Innings)
Chi. 010 000 C00 000 12 9 2
Det. 000 COO 100 000 01 9 0
Pierce m-9> and Masl; Gray
(3-12), Cain and Ginsberg.
NIGHT GAMES
St. Louis............ 1
Cleveland............ 5
National League
TEAM8 Won Lost Pet. G.B TEAMS Won Lost Pet -i.Vj.
New York. 65 38 .631 Brooklyn . 66 35 .653.
Cleveland. 65 39 .626 Mi New York. 59 47 .557 94
Boston . 61 43 .587 4H Philadelphia 55 31 .519 134
Chicago. Detroit . 60 46 .566 '* St. Louis . 48 51 .485 17
48 54 .471 164 Boston ... 48 53 .475 18
Washington 45 58 .437 20 Cincinnati 47 55 .461 19
Philadelphia 40 66 .377 26'i Chicago. . 44 54 .449 21
St. Louis 32 72 .308 23 H Pittsburgh 41 2 .398 26
Philadelphia.......... 7
Boston.............. 4
(Only Games Scheduled.)
Little League
Canal Zone Local Rate Little
Leaguers are staunch support-
ers of the Canal Zone Little
League team that plays In New
Jersey today in the elimination
series for participation in the
Little League World Series.
The Local Rate youngsters
cabled the following message of
encouragement to the Canal
Zone Little Leaguers:
D F MEAD
CARE ST JOSEPH COLLEGE
PRINCETON NEW XER8EY
KEEP ON WINNING BEST
OF LUCK
CANAL ZONE LOCAL RATE
LITTLE LEAGUERS.
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N).
Cincinnati at Chicago.
Boston at Philadelphia New York at Brooklyn (2).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 100 000 0001 4 0
Chicago 300 001 OOx4 9 0
Ramsdell (9-11), Erautt and
Pramesa; Rush' (7-6) and Bur-
gess.
FIRST GAME
Boston 000 000 0011 5 1
Philadelp'la 100 000 02x3 4 0
Surkont (8-9i, Estock, Paine
and St. Claire; Roberts (15-8)
and Wilber.
NIGHT GAMES
(Second Game15 Innings)
Boston.............. 0
Philadelphia.......... 1
Pittsburgh.......... 7
St. Louis............16
NEW YORK at BROOKLYN
(Suspended, Inclement Weather)
The championship series of the
Local Rate Little League will get
under way at the Balboa Staaium
Sunday at 2 p.m. Admission is
frep.
In the first game, Fergus La
Bocans will tangle with Monticel-
lnGamboans for third and fourth
place honors. A single game will
decide the title.
The main attraction will be
staged at 3:30 p.m. when Iflll La
Bocans. first half-season winners
tackle Twin City Rookies, second
half finalists, in the first game of
a five-game aeries for the cham-
plonhlp trophy donated by Cyril
Alexander.
Selected" for mound duty for
Tf'H La Bocans Is Robert Pate
with an 8-4 record. Twin City has
chosen Ramn Jimnez, fireball
right hander, who during the sea-
son scored eight successes
against three defeats.
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Inter-Service Tennis
Championship Slated
To Begin Next Week
The 1951 Panam Area Inter-
Service Tennis Championship
will begin at 1:30 p.m. next Wed-
nesday. Aug. 15, at Fort Amador,
the Special Services Se i on of
the U. 8. Army Caribbean an-
nounced today.
Last year's runner-up. Air
Force Capt. Hugh W. Randel. will
be among the contestants, as will
the No. 1 and No. 2 players of the
Army team, Lt. Col. Weldon Lal-
che and Sgt. Joe Lockman.
Last year's champion. M-Sgt.
Wllford Misner, has returned to
the United States. The Air Force
says that Captain Randel may
depart before the tournament Is T'p'C A p AT JT/VTi JD
completed, in which case Lt. U J SI KSILEjVIU/xIx
Claude Lukes Is expected to pro- )
vide the major USAF compet-
tlon. The Navy's entries In the
tournament are not yet certain.
NEW YORK, Aug. 8 (UP)
United SUtes SeiuUor Edwin
Johnson figured in the two base-
ball meetings going on in Wash-
ington and New York yesterday.
The Democratic senator from
Colorado says he doubts the le-
gality of baseball's reserve clause.
And Johnsonwho also is presi-
dent of the Western League
asked the House Committee in-
vestigating baseball to remove all
doubt about the clause by spon-
soring legislation to make it le-
gal.
In New York, where the major
league owners are meeting to de-
cide on a new commissioner,
Johnson's name was mentioned
as a strong candidate. Owner
Charles Comlskey of the Chicago
White Sox says he has in mind "a
combination man" and Johnson
.seems to be the one for the job.
It was Johnson who Introduced
the bill exempting baseball from
the anti-trust laws and the bill
touched off the Washington
hearings.
If Johnson is the choice of
the owners, It won't be an-
nounced yet. Charles Segar,
National League publicity di-
rector and official spokesman
for the owners, said, "There will
he no commissioner elected to-
day."
"i .esident Horace Stoneham of
the New York Giants says it prob-
ably will be some time before a
new commissioner is named.
"We have cut the list down to
about 12," says Stoneham. "After
we knock lt down to about three
or four, lt then possibly will take
a month before contacting those
in the running."
In addition to Senator John-
son, Minor League President
George Trautmau received the
support of the Washington Sen-
ators as successor to A. B. Chan-
dler who resigned July 15. Other
prominent candidates are James
Farley, former Postmaster Gen-
eral, and General Douglas Mac-
Arthur. An aide says General
MacArthur was approached
about the Job "several weeks ago."
Colonel Lawrence Bunker says
the general has "not receptly"
spoken to anyone on the subject.
Senator Johnson, in address-
ing the House Committee in
Washington, said he is not a
lawyer bat feels perhaps the
reserve clause does violate the
anli-trust laws as some critics
charge.
"In my opinion," said Johnson,
"the worst thing that could hap-
pen would be to leave the ques-
tion of its legality to the courts:
If test cases against it are suc-
cessful, the national pastime will
be relegated to the sandlots from
which lt emerged.''
Johnson added that unless all
doubts over the reserve clause
are settled, there will be an "epi-
demic of suits challenging it."
Only the three courts adjacent
to the NCO club will be used in
the tournament, says Special Ser-
vice. Three matches will be play-
at 1:30 p.m. and at least one more
at 3 p.m., on the opening day.
The U. S. Army Caribbean, as
host for the tournament. Is re-
sponsible for the drawings, the
conduct of the tourney, and the
selection of officials, as well as
the awards, which will be made
to the champion and runner-up
in singles and to the champion
team and the runner-up team in
doubles.
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Charged with having violated the honor code "by receiving
outside assistance in their studies'' 90 cadets are about to be
dismissed from the United States Military Academy at West
Point.
That some of these crlbbers are football players has been
affirmed by Gen. J. Lawton Collins, Chief of Staff, whose first
reaction to the holocaust encompassed abandonment of the grid-
iron game at the Pofht for 1961.
However, Lt. Col. James B. Leer, the newly appointed publlo
inofrmation officer at the Academy, Is authority for the assur-
ance that there will be an Army football team this fall, and
that it will go through with Its nine-game schedule, Including the
much talked about meeting with Southern California in Yankee
Stadium Nov. 8.
Just how many football players are Involved has not been
divulged at the Point. Who, among the indicted, are holdovers
from the great squad of 1950, which suffered only one defeat in
the startling upset by Navy, the authorities will not reveal. It is
explained that they are re-checklng on each Cadet, so that no
Innocent man will suffer.
/
That there should be even as many as 40 breakers of ths
honor system al West Point is more than shocking. It certainly
makes hot stuff for the holler guys on Pravda.
Those who long have been Jealous of the success of Arm
football and Red Biaik doubtless will take full advantage of ths
opportunity, and indict the Academy's gridiron system.
But, until names are named, and we find out more about
this, I am inclined to repeat the advice of Commissioner Kenesaw
Mountain Landis to Barney Dreyfuss. who owned the Pirates
When, Just before the 1924 World Series between the Giants
and the Senators, Jimmy O'Connel and Cozy Oolan, of the Polo
Grounders, were banished from baseball for life, on the charas
of complicity with an offer of $500 to Heinle Sand, of the Phillies,
to throw a game. Dreyfuss demanded cancellation of the classic!
Landis replied, "Barney keep your shirt on!"
IN ANY TENT RED BLAIK 18 OUT IN CLEAR
What with college basketball players selling out, and West
Point Cadets v.oiating their honor code, all of us who love sport
are thoroughly bewildered.
How much have we, the enthusiastic spectators and the
writers of our sports pages, had to do with, the sad turn of
affairs? What noxious gases are there in the air, and what is
wrong with these times?
Are too many of us hollering, "T'hell with everything today,
for tomorrow comes a bomb?"
There are sharp critics of West Point football who say that
the authorities, more than the 90 crlbbers, are to blame. The
brick throwers insist that, in its great zeal for the football star
officer, the Academy blinked at a growing abuse in Its tremend-
ous desire to help the service.
There is no question that a great Army football team is good
for the Army, and so, good for the nation. It was this philosophy
which prompted Gen. Robert L. Elchelberger, as Superintendent
ol the Academy, to bring Red Biaik back from Dartmouth, and
rehabilitate the West Point football system, which had gone
completely shabby.
In any event. Biaik himself is out in the clear. He worked
with the material the authorities of the classroom passed on to
him. It was fine material In 1950, lt was spectacular in 1949 and
for some years before.
If the bust-cut epidemic hits Army football as hard as reports
say it will. Red will be right back where he started, as Bill
Wood's successor. I am sorry for Biaik, and I am more sorry foe
Army football.
NEVER A BREAK IN ARMY FOOTBALL COMPETITION
When word came from Washington that Army would lose its
team and its schedule. I doubted the report very much. I ex-
pected the later announcement that West Point would carry on,
just so long as lt had a single platoon to put on the field.
Football and West Point cannot be separated.
Army first organized an eleven in 1890, after a challenge
from Annapolis, which had been playing football fpr a few years.
The Cadets started under severe handicaps, but soon caught up
with their service rivals.
In sixty years, West Point has had no break in Its gridiron
representation.
Back in 1909, the last four games of Army's schedule were
cancelled after the death of Cadet Dean from Injuries suffered
in the Harvard contest. I
There was a furore among anti-football forces, which had
tried to have the game abolished in 1906, but were frustrated by
President Theodore Roosevelt.
Army refused to be stopped, and came out with a stronger
eleven in 1910.
There was a slight temblor at the Point In the early '30s
when the late. Chris Cagle was dismissed for having married.
There were minor shocks in subsequent years. Now the Academy
has been rocked to its ancient foundations. But. as Lincoln said
after the second day of Gettysburg, "This, too, will
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1951
TUB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIL1 NEWSPAPER
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MISS ANTONIA CURLY MOIST
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MOIST-BRAXTON ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Moist of Cocoll have announced the
engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter.
AntSrurlv Moist, to George Allen Terrell, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Bridges of Braxton, M{"w",1fi-Qnll-a_ .. ...-.
The wedding will be solemniied on Sunday, at the ti.
Kobbe Chapel at 3 p.m. ______
Ambassador and Mrs. Wiley
Honored at Cocktail Party
Entertaining for United States
Ambassador to Panam and Mrs.
John C. Wiley, Mr. and Mrs.
George Capwell were hosts for a
cocktail party last evening at
their residence In Bella Vista.
Wedding Plans Announced
For Miss Eileen Schneider
Mr. and Mrs, John H. Schneid-
er of Balboa announce the ap-
proaching marriage of their
daughter, Eileen, to William J.
Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
J. Allen of Balboa at the Fort
Amador Chapel at 7:00 p.m. on
August 16.
Friends of the bridal couple
and friends of their parents are
Invited to the church ceremony
and the reception, afterwards. In
the Ballroom of the Hotel Tlyoll.
Mrs. Frank Harrington of Diablo
Heights. Mrs. Eva Wallace Mar-
vin, a guest at the Hotel Tivoll,
had a group of friends to dinner
at the Tivoll last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hull
Move to New Address
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hull's
friends on both sides of the Isth-
mus will be interested to hear
that they have moved Into their
new home at 2401 19th Street In
St. Petersburg, Florida. The Hulls
are former residents of Pedro Mi-
guel and Balboa.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Grefe
To Arrive Here Tomorrow
Their numerous friends on the
Isthmus will be Interested to
know that Mr. and Mrs. Don
Grefe are arriving by Braniff
plane tomorrow from Buenos Air-
es, Argentina, for a visit of one
week in Panam. Mr. Grefe is the
new manager of Braniff Airways
for Buenos Aires.
Dr. and Mrs. John Bates
Have House Guest
Visiting Dr. and Mrs. John
Bates of Ancon is Mrs. Bates'
aunt, Miss Rose Neuzil of Iowa
City. Iowa, who arrived by plane
on Monday night for a visit of
about two weeks.
Captain Carlson Returns
From Trip to United States
Captain O. L. Carlson. USN.
District Public Works Officer of
the 15th Naval District, returned
Monday morning from a two-
week visit to the United States,
during which he attended a con-
ference of the District Public
Works Officers of the United
8tates Navy.
Mrs. Frank Harrington
Honored at Birthday Dinner
To celebrate the birthday of
Young Panamanian Musician
To Make Debut Tonight
Eduardo Charpentier, young
Panamanian flautist who has Just
returned from advanced musical
study at Paris and Chicago con-
servatories will give a recital at
8-15 p.m. at the National Thea-
ter.
The Minister of Education and
Professors Alfredo de St. Malo,
Alexander and Elizabeth Fein-
land, Teodoro Tlrelli and Hans
Janowicz, of the National Con-
servatory of Music, are sponsor-
ing the recital.
Eduardo E. charpentier, fath-
er of the promising young musi-
cian, is a well known flautist with
long service In the National
Band.
The program will consist of W.
A. Mozart's "Quartet In D Major,"
J. S. Bach's Trio Sonata In G
Major," Albert Roussel's "Joueurs
De Flute," Jacques Ibert's "Deux
Interludes," and Philllppe Gau-
bert's "Nocturne et Allegro Scher-
zando."
Birthday Party
Entertaining for their son, Lln-
wood, Jr.', on his third birthday,
Mr. and Mrs. Llnwood R. Moist
gave a party recently at their
home in Cocoli.
Among the guests were Gloria
and Willie Duke, Vicky Hutchln-
son, David Dior, Milton Short,
Larry Hill, Alexlc Kuerloyes,
Robert Moist. Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Jo-
seph Short, Miss Tonl Moist, and
Mrs. H. W. Moist.
Fort Kobbe Wives Club
Holds Coffee Farty
The Fort Kobbe Officers Wives
Club held Its monthly business
meeting and coffee party on
Thursday at the Officers Club.
Mrs. William Bach Introduced
Mrs P. H. Wollaston, Mrs. F. A.
Jacobs, and Mrs. J. T. Casper, Jr.,
as new members.
Plans were discussed for the
opening of a thrift shop at Fort
Kobbe In the future. Mrs. Frank
Linnell has been chosen as chair-
man for the project.
Mrs. Robert Douglas and Mrs.
William Bradley presided at the
coffee service. Hostesses for the
party were Mrs. Rufus Daniel
and Mrs. Gerard Wilson.
Bridge Tournament
The Ancon-Balboa Duplicate
Bridge Association met for Us
weekly tournament at the card
room of the Hotel Tivoll on Mon-
day evening.
Winners were: first, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Norrls; second. Mr. and
Mrs E. Gardner; third, Miss C. U.
Drurv and Mrs. J. P. Mial; fourth,
Mrs.'H. Kelley and Sergeant O.
Larabee; and fifth, Mr. and Mrs.
R. Getman.
American Legion Club
To Hold Bingo Games
The American Legion Club (tne
former Sallflsh Clubi at Fort A-
mador announces the bingo will
be played at the club on Thurs-
day evening at 7:30. The public
Is invited to participate In the
games. _______
ISTHMI/ N DATA
BIRTHS
WILLIAMS, Sfc and Mrs. Wal-
ter J. of Balboa, a daughter, July
38 at Fort Clayton Hospital.
RODRIGUEZ, Cpl. and Mrs.
Carmelo of Fort Clayton, a
daughter, July 30 at Gorgas Hos-
pital.
FRESHWATER, 1st Lt. and Mrs.
Francis of Ft. Amador, a daugh-
ter, July 31 at Fort Clayton Hos-
GRANVELLE, Sgt. and Mrs.
Orvllle of Corozal, a son, Aug. 1 at
Fort Clayton Hospital.
GILL, Mr. and Mrs. St. Clalr of
Colon, a son, Aug. 2 at Colon Hos-
pital.
HARPER, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. of
Panam, a daughter, Aug. 3 at
Gorgas Hospital.
BALDERRAMOS, Mr. and Mrs.
R. of Red Tank, a daughter, Aug.
3 at Gorgas Hospital.
BREWSTER, Mr. and Mrs. N. L.
of Gamboa, a daughter, Aug. 4 at
Gorgas Hospital.
BOWEN, Mr. and Mrs. V. O. of
Panam, a daughter, Aug. 4 at
Gorgas Hospital.
MARTINEZ, Mr. and Mrs. Car-
los of La Boca, a daughter, Aug. 4
at Gorgas Hospital.
THORNE, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
of Gamboa, a daughter, Aug. 4 at
Gorgas Hospital.
DEATHS
LINO, Cndido, 32, of La Boca.
Aug. 4 at Gorgas Hospital.
MR. AND MRS. THOMAS G. DERRICO, cut their wedding
cake at a reception following their marriage at the Ft. Ama-
dor Post Chapel on August 3. Mrs. Derrlco Is the former
Shirley Anne Walsh.
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US Navy's V-2
Reaches 135 Miles
High, 4,100 Mph
WHITE SANDS PROVING
GROUND. N. M.. Aug. 8 (UP)
The Nivy's Martin Viking VII set
a new altitude record for single-
stage rockets here yesterday,
Sunchlng 135 miles Into the stra-
wphere above the steaming
white sands of southern New
Mexico.
Capt. A. E. Uehllnger, officer
In charge of the naval unit, said
the 48-foot-long needle thin
missile reached a maximum
speed of 4,100 miles per hour as
lt threaded Its way through scat-
tered white clouds.
As witnessed from behind a
concrete barrier outside the
launching blockhouse, the rocket
seemed to go straight up. Actual-
ly lt was leaning three degrees to
the north and landed 40 miles a-
way, almost in the center of the
Army's huge testing grounds.
The record for a two-stage roc-
ket was set by a "WAC Corporal,"
riding on the back of a V-2. It
went more than 200 miles Into
the air.
Secretary of the Army Frank
Pace watched the shoot from a
fiolnt three miles from the
uunching platform.
GASSY STOMACHS
PAIN & DISTRESS
Never have you found men fast re-
lief. It newIt'a different. Neutrarld
It the formula of e well known welt
cout physician for use whenever excel'
stomach add cause* gas. sour stomach
or heartburn without any upsetting reac-
tionNeutracid contains no bLcarbonate
of sodaand la very agreeable to take.
Here's all you do: SUr one teaspoon-
ful in half a glass of hot water and
drink If distressed after eating, take
right after meals, and for good measure
take another teaspoonful at bed-time
and see what a difference it makes In
the momlng. Stomath sweetappetite
keeneryou feel as if you really want
to go to work. All good druggists have
NEUTRACIDthe new and remarkable
formula for exceea stomach acid.
\AI'- WASNT Ex-show-glrl
Madelo Evans, 26, was held at
Bergstrom Air Force Base, near
Austin, Tex., charged with Im-
personating a Women's Air
Forces officer. She was found
out after four days when she
asked for a commission.
observed from behind concrete
blockades near the blockhouse
Newsmen from which the rocket was fired.
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my grandmother's shoe and I still
couldn't beat two hearts."
"I'll bet all the tea in China takes
an awful beating at a bridge tour-
nament. Which way do you think !
the tea would travel in this ar-
gument?
In this case West was perfectly
right. If he opens a trump In-
stead of the king of diamonds.
South manages to get only one
spade ruff In dummybut he gets
the trick back by bringing in his
last spade.
Let's run through the play.
West leads a heart and South
wins. South cashes the ace of
spades and ruffs a spade In dum-
my. Then he gives up a diamond
trick.
If the defenders lead anything
but trumps. South can eventually
ruff a second spade in the dum-
my. Hence they must lead a sec-
ond trump.
8outh wins and leads a third
trump. Then he leads a third
round of spades. The defenders
can take their two clubs and then
force declarer to use up his fourth
trump.
South now leads a fourth
round of spades. That leaves him
with the last spade and the last
trump.
Hope you didn't lose any tea on
this one .
Today's hand, played in a du-
plicate tournament, started an
interesting argument. West be-
gan the defense by leading the
king of diamonds. When that held
he promptly shifted to a trump.
South won. cashed the ace of.
spades and ruffed a spade In
dummy. He then ruffed a dia-
mond in his own hand and ruffed
another spade In dummy.
By this time South had won
five tricks. Since he still had
three high trumps in his hand,
nothing could prevent him from
making his contract. Then the
fun began.
"Nice opening lead," observed
East. "Why don't you try leading
the card nearest your thumb next
time? Or maybe the eeny-meeny-
miny-mo system would give you
better results."
"Whv don't you think before
you criticize your betters." asked
West amiably. "I could have led
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about her girlish figure, so she grabs greedily at sweets while sit-
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Stream, Sussex, England. I*titia was just a three-months-old baby
when the Lavenders adopted her after she was found snuggled
beside her dead mother.
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If you belong to the Armed Forces
or if you have a steady job come to
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own terms to buy on credit.
We have the best Mahogany Furniture.
If you don't know our Club System
visit us and you will be delighted.
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MORRISON'S
No. 4 raorth of Jars Ave.
Phone 2-M4I
BOTICA CARLTON
li.tS Mrlendr/ Avt
Phone 24Coln.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No 55 Wetl 12th Street.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. (7 "IT StreetPaouii
No. 12.17* Central AveColes.
$9
i
Minimum for
12 wards
3 each additional
word.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Leoving Isthmus. Me-
tal Simmons bedroom, 2 mohogony
porlor room set, kitchen set, plants,
Westinghouse 7 ft. refrigerator
porcelain cabinet 25 cycle, rodios,
radio testers. porch wicker set.
"Radar & Electronic Courses."
Miscellaneous, silver jswelry cost
price. House No. I, Melendez
Ave. between 4th-5th Sts. Cristo-
" bol 3-1232. _^_______________
FQfc SALE:RCA Rodio Phonograph
>Conrole. Good appearance and
performance. Phone Gomboo 6-
409. reasonable price, 25 cycle.
FOR SALE:25 cycle Crosley Shel-
vador refrigerotor. SI 50.00. West-
-inghouse washing machine. $75.-
00 House 202 GaKin. Call 5-354.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:Trucks: One GMC,. 5
ten, 1947, excellent condition,
GMC 2 1-2 ton, Army type, 10
wheels, 1942. One International
2 1-2 ton, 1947, long chassis. In-
ternational 2 1-2 ton, 1947. short
chassis. One Mack 5 ton. 1947.
excellent condition. Telephone 2-
0610. Panamo.
FOR SALE:1951 Chevrolet Bell-
Air, Power Glide. One 1948 Nash
Ambassador 4-door sedan over-
drive. Gatun 5-126.
FOR SALE1939 Oldsmobile 2-door
sedan, duty paid, good tires, very
good shape. Cristobal 3-1571.
FOR SALE:1940
vertible Coupe,
Tel. 2-2010.
Plymouth Con-
price $300.00.
FOR SALE:25 cycle Westinghouse
refrigerator porcelain, 1941. One.
JJuntcl, 2 wall clocks, Cadillac va-|
auum cleaner. 366-A France Field I
hone Ft. Gullck 8734.
FQf SALE:10 Pc. Diningroom suite |
naple. $150.00. House 225, Pe-j
flro Miguel. Phone 4-454.
FOR SALE: Bimboo sofa, lounge
-^hair footstool, new. Call 3-
72498. Panamo.
SOR SALE: 9 cu. ft. Frigidaire.
?-new unit, $100.00. 1938 Nash
.*ISedan. radio. $250.00. Washing
eeiochine, $25.00. Mi'c. household
"""Hoods. House 1457-C. Las Cruces
"3t.. Bolboa. Tel. 2-3352.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet Bel
Air. Power Glide. Whftewall tires.
Radio, 4,700 mile. Duty paid.
Perfect condition. Call M. F. Ma-
duro. Panama, 2-2759 (rom 9:00
to 12:00 a. m. 2:00 5:00
_P. HI. ^^^_ ______
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet Blair
7.800 miles, excellent condition.
$1.775. coll 86-5233. After 6:00.
FOR SALE:Cadillac, model 48, per-
fect condition, accept offers. Call
Tel. 3-2184 2-1075.
MISCELLANEOUS
Oo yev have a drinklnf arebltm?
Wntr Alcohlica Anonymous
Bo. 2031 Ancon. C. Z.
RESORTS
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Colombian red monkey,
tome. Phone Shrapnel, Balboa
2820.
FOR SALE: Very cheap. Notional
cosh register. "Sanitary" -meat
grinder, 600 lbs. on hour. Freezer
suitable for restaurant. Harfi alicer.
gos stove. 4 burner and broiler. 4
Neon lamps, 48". 3 tubes. 1st St..
No. 7, Visto Hermosa. Tel. 3-
1468.
FOR SALE:Aquarium fishes. Amo-
oppisite Juan Franco Stables,
zon sword plonts, 11 Vio Espaa,
Phone 3-4132.
FOR SALE:Pair handmode Guate-
mala bedspread (crochet). Tele-
phone 3-4220. Saturdays, any-
time, other days after 5:00 p. m.
Williams Sonta Clore Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frigidaires, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
Phillip. Beach cottages, Santo Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673.
Gromtich'j Sonta Cloro beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
Houses ON BEACH Santa Claro, in-
expensive. Phone SHRAPNEL, Bal-
boa 2820 or see caretaker.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished eport
ment. Contoct office No. 8061, 10th
St. New Cristobal Phone 1386. Co-
lon
WANTED
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:"Maytog" washing -iWANTj[;.
Chine, 25 cycle, used one 1 year. '
Excellent condition. Phone
Navy 2390.
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, -FOR RENTi^-Luxunous new house
w in Los Cumbres. 3 bedrooms. 2
Jaths. Kitchen, complete ond some
Rjrniture, 2 car garage. Large po-
tto and garden. Reasonoble. Call
J3-2165.
FOR SALE-Leaving. Frigidoire. oil
porceloin, 14 cu. ft. Call Balboa
2663.
FOR SALE:600 shores Coca Cola.
50 shares Cervecera Nocional.
Call 2-1641.
FOR SALE:One C. Ploth, Ham-
Wing Sextant, $105. One two tone
brewn sport coat, $20, medium
size. 2-1358. 0860-A, Olconder
St. Balboa.
Two professionol wo-
men desire well furnished apart-
ment for indefinite period: 2 bed-
rooms, ample closet space in Bello
Visto distric:. Call Miss Kerr, Ti-
voli Hotel, 7 9 p. m.
WANTED:To rent or buy unfur-
nished house on long term basis.
Three bedrooms, two boths, servant
quarters in El Cangrejo. Golf
Heights or Bello Visto. Must hove
good garden space. Write P. O. j
Box 1399 Ancon.
FOR SALE:bargain! Mink cope In
perfect condition, worn one season.
Inquire Via Espao 71. Phone 3-
4663.
' OST fr FOUND
FOR SALE
Ko.iis & Motors
FOR SALE:Johnson
tor 1951 rftodel 5
photo equipment. Enlorger printer
troys, etc, Cri'.tobal 3-1569.
outboard mo-
HT. excellent
**FOR SALE:Motor 3-4 H. -?.. 25
cycle. Reasonoble. Call 83-2165.
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Combined Methodist
Churches To Hold
Concert Tonight
Commander White
Speaks Tomorrow
To Colon Rotary
COLON. Aug. 8 The Cristo-
bal-Colon Rotary Club will hold Brothers technicolor movie.
LOST:Ton Boxer Pup. three block
spots on side- Information pleose
call Dr. Strumpf. 2'-6339.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Experienced radio re
pairman. Apply Rodio Shoo, Al-
brook Bldg. 804. 3:30 to 6.
Theater Reopens
In Pedro Miguel
With New Look
The ..remodeled Pedro JMltuel
Theater will open Friday night
with two showings ol a Warner j
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
consisting of living ond dining-
room, bedroom, bath, kitchen, olso
rerigerotor ond telephone. Price
$85.00. "Nuevo Tivoli" Building
Rochet Street No. 14, Apt. 3-B
ond Tivoli Ave. Con hr *en 2 to
6 p. m. Telephone 2-2605.
FOR RENT: New, modern, well
ventiloted. ond screened apart-
ments, Ancon Avenue No. 61 Mi-'
guel Hive. Phone 2-2446.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
We run a PERMANENT
BARGAIN SALE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEMS
where the
FINEST QUALITY PAINTS
are priced LOWER
than the cheapest.
Whv not save money
buying the best?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Ine.
279 Central Ave.
Tel. 3-0140.
Italian Fever Ship Reached
By Coasf Guard Medical Team
LSI) Group Studies
Specialized Needs
Of Army Students
Louisiana State University
has embarked upon a new form
of education. George Matthes,
of the LSU faculty arrived this
morning to assist the other two
history professors, William
Hlghsmlth and James Arm-
strong who are at present con-
ducting college credit history
courses for armed services per-
sonnel.
A. full college credit program
will be initiated this fall when
a staff of eight LSU professors
will form the nucleus of the
new "little" university.
Matthes will be in the Pana-
ma area for thirty days and
will assist in the preparation of
a full college study program
tailored to the needs of the
Caribbean Command.
The basic idea in the LSU
extension program is to bring
college credit courses to the
student rather than insist the
student comes to the college.
CAMERA STORE
(Lobby Hotel "El Panam"
FOR RENT: Furnished opartment.
large bedroom and both, no kitch-
en, with Frigidoire. Bella Vista,
Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT: Two room furnished
apartment screened, $50.00; two
room furnished apartment screen-
ed. $60.00, balcony all tile floors
and free garoge. Hopkins Apart-
ments, 63, 4th of July Ave. Phone
Panamo 2-1032. Carreras, or
phone Balboa 2-2966. Hopkins.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
22 E 29th St
FOR RENT
loiisrn
FOR RENT: Beautifully furnished;
oportment. 2 bedrooms, 2 boths,
hest neiahborhood. Bello Visto,
from September 1st, for 4 months.
Tel. 3-2009.
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 Tivoli Ave. Apt 1
Offlct: Tel. 2-3387 llene: 3-4M7
HOURS: Monday thru Friday
9 in 12 a.m.
Monday. Wednesday, Thursday
fl te 8 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Stardust-Melodiers
To Stage 'Review'
Friday at Camp Bierd
The Stardust-Melodiers. Co-
lon's leading teen-age singing
I group are all set for their grand
I technicolor "Review' to be staged
i at the Camp Bierd Theater Fri-
day. Aug. 10.
I This club is well known for
i their Sunday afternoon radio
| programs over the waves of Ra-
[dio Atlntico.
Also acquired for the 'Review'
are Clarissa Moore. Raymond
Simpson. Marjorle Ambursley. Al-
|lan Bailey. Dorothy Scott. Ted
Trotman. Beatrice Pomares and
many others. Music will be fur-
nhhed by Claude Heywood and
his Combo while George Bryan
will be in charge of the M.C'ing.
As a special feature, a movie
will be shown before and after
the stage show.
This program Is produced and
directed by Edna Cordova and
William Arthur Jr., the club's
president and secretary respec-
tively.
MIAMI, Florida, Aug. 8 (UP)
The United States Coast
Guard cutter Androscroggln
reached the Italian motorshlp
Taurlnla and put aboard a doc-
tor and medical corpsman to
combat a strange fever spread-
ing among the crew.
But the' strange fever may
not be so strange, as the An-
drocroggin la now returning to
base with the doctor.
A' sketchy message from the
Taurirya yesterday said one
crew, member1 had died and
three others were seriously sick
as a result of the fever. Earlier
reports said two men were
dead.
A doctor from the Grace Line
passenger ship 8. S. Santa Rosa
boarded the Italian vessel Sun-
day. He said he believed the
fever was-caused by contamin-
ated water.
The Taurlnla was outbound
from San Juan, Puerto Rico, for
Charleston, 8. C, when the
strange malady struck her crew.
The ship Is expected to dock
In Charleston today.
The 4,500-ton vessel, owned by
Bouring and Co.. an Italian
shipping firm, is carrying a
cargo of chrone ore from Brit-
ish West Africa.
The Santa Rosa doctor board-
ed the vessel to administer
aureomycln and 5.000,000 units
of penicillin, dropped by para-
chute from a Coast Guard pat-
rol plane based at San Juan.
Coast Guard officials said no
more medical drops would be
made because the ship did not
heed directions.
The plane directed the Taurl-
nla 's skipper to head his ship
into the wind which he.did not
do. The plane dropped two
bundles, both of which missed
the deck, and the ship made
"no effort to recover them."
Three more bundles hit the
target but the Coast Guard
said it received no acknow-
ledgement.
Its weekly luncheon meeting to-
morrow, at the officers club in
Coco Solo, as guests of Captain
Lyle Keopke. commanding officer
of the Coco Solo Naval Base.
The guest spealcer for the meet-
ing will be Commander T. G.
White Jr.. of VP-45. Commander
White and his squadron were re-
cently awarded the U.S. Navv ef-
ficiency "E" for their work in
The combined Choirs of
Methodist Churches on the
Pacific side will give a concert
*t Wesley Church Panama to-, Iowa hi 1915 and
night.
The first show will be at 6:15
p.m. and the second, at 8:15. The
admission price will be 45 cents
for adults and 20 cents for chil-
dren.
After opening night and until
Sept. 1, the Pedro Miguel Thea-
ter will be open on Wednesday.
Friday and Sunday nights, with
only one presentation of the mo-
vie each night. The one nightly
FOR. RENT: Chalet with 3. bed-
rooms, porch, living ond dining- j
room. bar. terrace, etc.. at Golf \
Heiohts IEJ Cocol. All furnished..
Call phone 3-4644 after 5:00 p. [
m.
anti-submarine warfare for the show will start at 7.
fiscal year endinrt June 30.
Commander White was born in
attended the
University of Iowa. Upon grad-
uatlon he entered the Navy in
After months of strenuous re- 1937 as an aviation cadet and re-
akearsals the Choir Is fully gear-1 ceived hiseommission in 1938. He
Wd to Interpret the intricate also received his fl'st rv>*- --
aBasterpieces to the many music i In 1938 and was assigned to VP-2
**oyers who have signified their at Coco Solo, where He served >or
intention to be present. Lewln i one and one-half years.
aPotun will Dreside at the organ, | He returned to Coco Solo for
anq the first chord will be > his second tour of duty early this
truck at 8 o'clock sharp. year.
LOOKING
FOR A
GOOD
USED CAR
The schedule will be changed
after Sept. 1 primarily for the
benefit of school children. After
that time, one nightly movie will
be shown starting at 7 on Friday,
Saturday and Sunday nights.
Girls' Campfire
Listed Tonight
The Intermediate Day Camp
of the Canal Zone Girl Scouts
whlr-h meets at th<> former
Caribbean Air Comm/d build-
ing at Albrook Air >orce Base
will hold its Campfire tonight.
Parents of the girls and anv
other Interested residents of
A"1- >k nre invited.
Betty Tarr. who represented
the Canal Zone Girl Scouts re-
cently in Puerto Rico, will talk
and Robert Dwelle will award
swimming certaficates to the
Girl Scouts. The Campfire wi;i
begin at 7 p. m.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: One million square
meters of land on Transisthmian
highway. Gatun lake. $10,000.00.
Tel. 1262-B, Colon. Mrs. Carnes.
FOR SALE
Motorcycle*
FOR SALE:Motor Scooter, youth
bed, and baby crib. 2157-B Cu-
rundu. Phone 83-5178.
International Scouts
Have Active Program
The local Council Qf the Inter-
national Boy Scouts of the Canal
Zone has accepted an Invitation
from the West Indian Stamp Ap-
preciation Committee to the pro-
cram honoring the governor of
the Canal Zone, General Francis
K. Newcomer, and George W.
Westerman, journalist and civic
worker, Aug. 15 at Mount Hope
ball park.
Scouts will be represented on
this occasion by several troops
of the organization.
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Facts Advised
CHICAGO, (UP) Public
schools should teach facts about
alcohol. Dean W. B. Spalding of
the University of Illinois college
of education believes. Spalding
said the course should include de-
tails of eoonomlc, religious and
social problems arising out of its
use.
Cocoli Children
To Visit Bakery
The West Bank summer recrea-
tion program at Cocoli will have
a special conducted trip to the
Corozal Bakery tomorrow morn-
ing for chiliren registered In arts
and crafts classes who have not
taken a trip during the summer.
A bus will leave from in front
of the Cocoli School at 9 a.m.
Children should have written
slips from their parents indicat-
ing permission to take the trip.
The trip will be completed by
noon.
Teen-agers, both boys and
?lrls, who are registered m arts
and crafts classes may take this
trip, as well as younger children.
The NASH & WILLYS AGENCY
has MANY MAKES-and MODELS
to choose from !
PRICES DRASTICALLY REDUCED
Financing Avarilable
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Legal Notice
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
CANAL ZONE
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
Division of Balbea
Myths Glazrr.
plaintiff,
va.
defendant
Morris Closer,
SUMMONS
Coso No. 3887
Civil Docket 18
ACTICN FOR DIVORCE
To tho above-named defendant;
You art hereby required to appear
and nawer the complaint filed In the
ahnve-eruilied action within ninety da>s
after the first publication.
In ease of your failuro to so appear
. and anawor, judtrment will bo taken
I airainat you by default for the relief
, demanded in tho complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable JOSEPH J
HANCOCK. J Hire. United State District
t Cotirt for the District of the Canal Zone,
this 3rd day of Auauat. lal.
C. T. McCaranlek, Jr.
Clerk
; I8EAL)
By Sara de la Proa
Chief Deputy Clerk
; To Morrl Gutter
The foregoing summon la served upon
yoj by publication pursuant to the ord**r
of the Honorable Joseph J. Hancock.
Juda-e. United Stataa District Court f >r
the District of th Canal Zone, dated
Auauat 1. IB&l and entered and filed
in Mini action in the office of the Clerk
of aald United States district Court for
th* Divlsioa of Balboa, on August 1
US!.
C. T. McCors.Uk. Jr.
Clerk
By Sara do Is Pens
Chief Der.it/ Cle-V.
The Pacific District Committee
of the International Boy Scouts
will convene in the Paraso
school on Friday, at 7:30 p.m. All
members have been urged by the
chairman, H. D. Perkins, to at-
tend as the meeting will deal
principally with the selection of
suitable candidates for the pro-
posed Caripbean Jamboree to be
held in Jamaica the early part of
1952.
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Report For '51:
No Fatalities
For the first time in its histo-
ry, the Canal organization had
no fatalities in the performance
of duty In the 195; fiscal year, ac-
cording to year-end statistics
from the Safety Branch.
On the basis of the 1950 nation-
al average of one occupational
fatality for every 3,704 workers
employed, this was the equiva-
lent of five lives saved during tha
year. '
The accident's which occurred
during the year were also less se-
rious on the average than in any
previous year.
The severity rate was .75 last
yearan average of .75 work
days lost as a result of the acci-
dents occurring in. 1,000 man
hours workedas compared to
the 1950 national average of .95
The 1951 severity rate was a 40
per cent Improvement over the
previous low established by tha
Canal organization In 1948.
There were fewer accidents in
the organization last year than
in 1950 but more than the num-
ber recorded in 1949, the Canal
best safety year.
The frequency rate was 16.70
last year an average of 13.70
disabling Injuries for every mil-
lion man hours worked which,
was an improvement of nine pep
cent over the 1950 rate in the Ca-
nal organization and a two per
cent Increase over the accident;
rate in 1949. when the Canal rato
was lowest in its history.
The motor transportation acci-
dent rate last year was 2.05 per
100.000 miles, which was 2-'/2 per
cent better than the 1950 nation-
al average rate of 2.10.
Property damages arfiountlntr
to $84.331.41 were reported in tho
1951 flscn.1 year. This figure in-
cludes all cases of motor vehicle
and non-federal damage as well
as feedral property damage of
more than $50, Involving build-
ings, materials, equipment and
other tangible goods, but exclud-
ing all loss or damage to steam-
ship and railroad cargoes.
The Federal Employes' Com-
pensation Act was amerided In
October 1949 to provide increased
benefiis in injury and death
compensation rates, including
certain retroactive features. Ben-
efits paid to Canal organization,
employes in 1951 totaled $207,418.-
Comparativa figuras for th
last five years show tTutfc,th> ac-
cident frequency rate was 24.22'
in 1947; 23.34 in 1948; 16.37 la
1949; 18.36 in 1950; and 16.70 last,
year.
The severity rates recorded In,
the same period were: 1.54 in,
1947; 1.24 in 1948; 1.44 in 1949;
1.28 in 1950; and .75 In the 1951
liscal year.
Priesl Recounts
Trial by China Mob
Before Expulsion
NEW YORK, Aug. 8 tUSIS)
A Catholic priest from Detroit,
Michigan, wi?o recently eiaared
a lengthy "triar' In China fcr
offenses he never committed, and
then was expelled by ;he Com-
munist government, told hi*
story to the "New York Times."
A Times correspondent writing
from Hong Kong reports that tha
Reverend Leon Sullivan, 42, 1
awaiting a ship that wUl take
him back to tne United States
after 12 years of mission service
in China.
The priest arrived in Hong
Kong two weeks ago under arm-
ed Communist escort. He told tha
corresponden, that he had been
serving In a small town on the
Yangtze River, 60 miles east of
Hankow. Communists in that
area had been stirring up anti-
United States feeling with meet-
ings, speeches, parades and ar-
rests, he salo, and the people
were encouraged to denounce
in charges of criminal acti-
vities.
.' the end of June, soldiers
arrcs'oed him. he said, and con-
duced him afoot 10 miles to the
nearest Jail.
Alter two weeks he was
brought back to his parish town
to face a gathering of 10,000 per-
sons.
His first denouncer, a male
school teacher, first accused him
of assaulting the teacher's aunt
and then knocked him to his
knees with an iron bar. Skillfully
led by the Communists, the
crowd demanded he remain on
his knees. As he knelt, an old
woman and another male teach-
er hit him with their fists. The
crowd demanded his death for
acts whlc:. the priest termed
absurb Inventions.
After two and a half hours this
ordeal was brought to a halt and
Communist officials tried to
make Father Sullivan confess to
criminal acts He finally signed
a document admitting to various
routine activities that he carried
on as a missionary. He was then
banished for life from the
people's Republic of China.
Father Sullivan recalled that
during recent months young men
had twice burst into the chapel
at his mission station, wrecked
furniture and desecrated the al-
tar. On one occasion they had
stolen a statue of the Virgin
Mary and took It to the police,
who threw it into the river.


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GOVERNOR AND MRS. CEDERO
ENTERTAIN AT DINNER
The Gmnit of ha ProTlnce o Colon B*MwAf"""
Cedene entertained with a dinner party at "*2!f'e"
Club Saturday renlnf preeedta the Red Croa^benefit ball
whleh was ipoMored by the Lion's Club of Colon.
The dinner party wa linn M compliment to Mr. anfl
Mr. Eduardo Castao. Mr. Citano is the iMU|Bt( Faita
Dark Company In Colon. Mr. and Mrs. Castao and their
son Mr. Units Cartano. Jr. left this orntat by plan, for
a trip through the Central American Conntrie..Th^7 II
rotara to the lsthmas October J and make their home
Colon.
in
The Cedeo's guests Included
the commanding olllcer or the
Naval Station at Coco Solo. Cap-
tain and Mrs. L. L. Koepke.the
Captain of the Port of Cristobal,
Captain and Mrs. William S.
Parsons Mr. and "Mrs. Herbert
Toledano and Mr. Eduardo Cas-
tao. Jr.
Personal Shower Given
for Mrs. Gllley
Mrs. Waldo Qllley o Margari-
ta, was the guest of honor at a
personal shower which was given
by a group of friends at the home
of Mrs. Herbert A. Engelke of
Margarita Monday afternoon.
Games were arranged for the af-
ternoon entertainment.
Those who attended Included
Mrs. Ross Cunningham. Mrs.
Charles Bath, Mrs. John E.
Erlcksort, Mr. Vincent Ridge,
Mrs. Robert Rathgaber, Mrs.
Bruce Sanders Jr.. Mrs. Carl R.
Newhard, Mrs. Joseph Gwlnn
Mrs. Robert Xnox, Msr. George
Waldron.Mrs. Charles Stepp and
Mrs. Richard Evans.
Miss Marjorle Gilder Will
Wo* Robert K. Gordon
Atlantic Side Docey-Do
Club Has First Anniversary
Members of the Atlantic Side
Docey-Do Club will celebrate the
first anniversary of their Atlan-
tic Side Community Activity
Thursday evening on their regu-
lar meeting night, from 7:30 un-
til :30 p.m. at the Margarita
Gym. Election of officers will
take place.
Mr. and Mrs. Marsh Receiving
Congratulation!
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred T. Marsh
of Coco Slito are receiving con-
gratulations on the birth of a
daughter. Blllle Ruth, who was
bom at the Colon Hospital, Sun-
day afternoon August 8. Mrs.
Marsh la the former Miss Marilyn
Metzger, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. I. W. Metzger. Mr. and
Mrs. Metzger, who lived for ma-
ny years on the Atlantic Side,
have retired and are making
their home in Florida.
:. Hitchcock and her son Billy of
ew Cristobal arrived here on
he "Chlrlqui" Sunday morning.
fhey spent three months vaca-
tioning In Enterprise, Mississippi.
Mrs. Schulti and Son
Arrived Thursday
Mr. F. R. Schultz and her
young son Robert arrived here by
olane Thursday. They Joined Lt.
Schultz of Fort Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Lemm Announce
Birth of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. German Lemm
announce the birth of a daughter
at the San Fernando Clinic In
Panama City on August 4. The
baby has been named Germalne
Yvonne Lemm. Mrs. Lemm Is the
former Miss Yvonne Ecker of Co-
lon.
Covered DUh Supper to Honor
Smiths Tomorrow Evening
Friends of the Melton B.
Smiths of Oatun are cordially in-
vited to attend the covered dish
at 6 p.m. Tho party will be
farewell gesture to the family who
will sail from the Isthmus Au-
gust 17 to make their home In
the States.
Cub Pack I Gave Awards
At the monthly meeting of Cub
Pack 8 at the Scout Shack in New
Cristobal last Tuesday, cub Pack
leader Mr. B. Donald Humphrey
was in charge. The bear badge
was awarded Lester Bailey; the
wolf badge and gold and sliver
arrow was awarded Frank Mc-
Glnnews and the Bear Badge and
silver arrow was awarded to Rus-
sel Weadt. After the meeting im-
promptu skits were presented.
Returned Aboard 'Chlrlsui"
on Sunday
Mr. Robin Comer and Mrs. W.
Dr d Mrs* Wayne L. Gilder supper which will be held at the
of New Cristbal announce the < ttun Union Church Thursday
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter Miss Marjorle Ann Gli-
des, to Robert K. Gordon. The
marriage ceremony will take
place on Friday hi Washington.
D.C. The young couple will take
a wedding trip to Bermuda.
Dr. Thompson and Family
Return from Vacation
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice B.
Thompson of Colon Beach, with
their children Charlie, Richard,
Katie and Miss Shirley Thomas
arrived on the Isthmus Monday
aboard the S.S. Cristobal. The
Thompson family left on vacation
early in May and attended the
graduation exercises of their son
Philip Thomas. Mr. Thomas was
graduated with the class of 1951
from Brown University at Provi-
dence. Rhode Island. The mem-
bers of the family spent their va-
cation at Mohawk Lake In New
Jersey.
*
Miss Shirley Thomas Is a mem-
ber of tho Senior Class of the
University of Cincinnati and will
return to the States wdithln the
month.
Joint Birthday Party at
at Fort GwHck
Sergeant and Mrs. Joseph F.
Gormley of Fort Gullck gave a
party at their home Friday to
relebrato the birthdays of their
children Joseph Francis, Jr.,
whose birthday wa July 27 and
is three years old and Patricia Ei-
leen whose birthday will he Au-
gust 11 and who will be 11 years
old.
Blue and pink decorations were
used on the refreshment table
and to decorate the birthday
cakes. Flags of the United States
of America were given as favors.
The young guests who attended
were Bobby Crandall, Betty and
Allison Lewis. Billy Beck. Janice
and Judy Burkhead. Ralph Wood,
Diana and Phil Godwin. Nancy
Jean Mann, Michael Tulip. Ralph
Angel, Mlcali and Liny Alvarez,
Angel Reyes, Leonard Smith,
Dennis and Gail Dickinson. Jan-
ice Martlndale. Peggy Ann, El-
llngsworth, Jimmy and Jeanie
Smith, Carol Ray. Sue Ann Har-
vey, Junior and Alva Flores and
Helen Fogle. The adults who at-
tended were Mrs. Edward B.
Dickinson .Mrs. J. C. Martin-
dale Mrs. Joseph Coughlln. Mrs.
Joseph Flores. Mrs. Russell Mann,
Mrs. Austin Tulip, Mrs. William
Elllngsworth, Mrs. William God-
win. Mrs. Ernest Beck, Mrs: Har-
ry Wheeler and Mrs. Arthur
Crandall.
One Lion's Roar
Starts Townwide
Uproar in Georgia.
ALBANY, Ga., Aug. t (UP)
Ralph, one of the local lions, Is
literally down in the dumps
the city dump, that isand
he's roaring mad.
Citizens adjacent to Ralph's
zoo home protested the animal's
vigorous vocalizing, which be-
gan when he was separated
from his mate, Judy. City of-
ficials moved Ralph to the
municipal refuse pile to restore
peace In the neighborhood.
But Ralph's human friends
began to roar. Mayor Menard
Peacock and the City Council
were besieged with letters from
zoo-goers. One ten-year-old
believed the lion must be hun-
gry. Another citizen wrote the
mayor:
"You should be ashamed
putting Ralph at the dump. A
lion's place, roars and all, is at
the zoo. Mv kids are awfullv
mad about this."
A reunion with his mate fail-
ed to quiet the beast. City of-
ficials wonder If they should
move Ralph back to the zoo
and let his roan fall where they
may.
A Balnbridge resident thought
a headgear, which would direct
the roars back Into the animal's
own ears, would solve the pro-
blem.
City officials vow they will do
something. They can't* let a
perfectly good lion stay on the
scrap pile.
Egyptian Minister
Denies World War 3
Support For Britain
CAIRO, Aug. 8 (UP) Foreign
Minister Mohammed Salah El
Din Bey declared yesterday that
Egypt and "other Arab states"
will not support Great Britain
in the event of a third World
War.
He announced also to a wide-
ly-cheering Chamber of De-
puties that Egypt will labrogate
the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty of
1936 before the end of the year.
Salah El Din said British For-
eign Secretary Herbert Morri-
son "assured the House of Com-
mons that Egypt would stand
alongside Britain In the event
of World War III.
These re dreams and Illu-
sions. We warned the British
that we will not participate
with them In any military ef-
fort as long as British troops
remain on our soil.
"This stand will also be taken
by other Arab states which are
either occupied by the British
or have been Jeopardized In
Palestine by the British."
He did not elaborate on the
statement about "other Arab
states."
Palah El Din told the national
Chamber of Deputies that Egypt
would not accept the presence
of British troops on Egyptian
soil regardless of any threat of
another World War.
He said the 1936 treaty, under
which Britain maintains troops
in Egypt and the Anglo-Egyp-
tian Sudan was separated from
Egypt, would be abrogated be-
fore King Farouk delivers the
next speech from the throne
toward the end of 1951.
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Festival of Britain
Science Congress
Draws 5,000 Experts
EDINBUROH. Scotland. Aug. 8,
(LPS) Some 5,000 scientists,
doctors, lawyers and other pro-
fessional men from all parts of
the world are attending a meet-
ing of the British Association for
the Advancement of Science
which opens here today.
The meeting in this Scottish
capital forms part of British sci-
ence's contribution to the Festi-
val of Britain.
The presidential address to be
delivered by the Duke of Edin-
burgh will survey Britain's con-
tribution to world science and
technology during the past 100
years.
This opening ceremony will al-
so provide the first public demon-
stration in Brit "In of television
on a large aereen.
A big additional audience in a
hall three quarters of a mile a-
way from the ceremony will
watch and bear the proceedings
by TV.
The theme of British contribu-
tion to science during the past
century will be taken up In re-
views of scientific progress.
Many International problems
of the day will also be discussed.
Subject* will range from the fu-
ture of nuclear research to the
history of the apple.
The most powerful atom split-
ting machine in Europe, weighing
more than 100 tons, will be dis-
cussed at a special session.
This new synchrdton is expect-
ed to be ready to start work later
this year at Glasgow University
where lt is housed In a specially
Insulated building and operated
by remote control. It will make
it possible to produce electrons
with energies of 300,000,000 volts.
Briton Gives Army
At Ft. Culick Talk
On Commonwealth
FORT OULICK. Aug. 8 Jas-
per Leadbltter, 1st Secretary and
Information Officer of the Brit-
ish Legation In Panama, spoke on
the subject "British common-
wealth of Nations," Armed Forc-
es Talk No. 302, at the Fort Gu-
llck Theater recently.
Leadbltter explained humor-
ously that an hour was an ex-
tremely short time In which to
compress a discussion of the
"British Commonwealth of Na-
tions," but his talk was very com-
prehensive and the audience left
the theater with a better know-
ledge of the subject.
He discussed Independent Com-
monwealth countries, self-gov-
erning territories colonies, pro-
tectorate, protected states, con-
domlnlons. mandated territories
and trust territories.
Colonel Henry F. Taylor, com-
manding officer of the Atlantic
Sector, welcomed Leadbltter.
FBI Scoops Up Six
tower-Echelon Reds
In Baltimore Area
BALTIMORE. Aug. 8 (UP)
Lawrence L. Braverman. 35, at-
torney for several United States
Communists, was arrested here
by FBI agents early this morning
as he stepped from a plane from
New York.
Braverman's arrest was part of
a round up of Communist Party
officials In the Washington-Bal-
timore area.
He and five lower-echelon Red
leaders arrested In this area yes-
terday were charged with con-
spiring to teach and advocate the
violent overthrow of the United
States government.
The arrests brought to 38 the
number of Red leaders Indicted
on the same charges since June.
Of the total, 34 have been arrest-
ed and four still are being sought.
The FBI nas been systemati-
cally rounding up lesser Commu-
nist officials ever since the Su-
preme Court upheld the convic-
tion of the party's top 11 officials
in New York.
Those arrested yesterday were:
Roy Wood, chairman of the
Communist Party of the District
of Columbia, who has been Iden-
tified with party activities since
1038.
Dorothy Rose Blumberg. 47,
Brooklyn, N.Y.. former treasurer
and education director of district
four of the party at Baltimore.
Philip Frankfeld. 44, Cleveland,
organiser for district six at Cleve-
land.
Regina Frankfeld, 41, his wife,
former organiser for District
Four at Baltimore.
George Alosius Meyers, 38,
chairman and organizer for Dis-
trict Four at Baltimore.
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST I, lt5l
IN HOLLYWOOD

HOLLYWOOD (NEA1 Dane
Clark sputtered like extra-hot
butter In the lobby popcorn ma-
chine and lashed out at movie
stars who can't see an Inch be-
yond their fringed eyelashes.
And all because I happened to
mention that a lot o guys and
dolls around town were saying
that It was a pity about him!
"Oh, yeah?" growled Dane, his
eyes narrowing the way they do
on theater screens when a sullen
blonde moll Informs him that an-
other mobster has muscled Into
his racket. "What do they mean
by that?"
I let him have it both barrels.
Movie heroes in turtle-neck
weaters and perfumed super-
belles In mink trench coats, I
said, were downright pained that
Dane was no longer lounging
around custom-built swimming
pools and living the plush life of
a flicker king.
They were a3klng, "What ever
happened to Dane?" over the tin-
kle of ice cubes at parties and
shuddering at the thought of a
big star having to scrounge
around In television to keep the
jars of Imported caviar In his Ice-
box."
"Everywhere I go," I finished,
"rubbing it on thickly, "people
are saying, 'Poor Dane Clark'!"
A .shade of flamethrower crim-
son flowed Into Dane's face.
Little wisps of steam curled up
Big Poll In Mississippi's
8-Entry Race For Governor
JACKSON. Miss., Aug. 8 (UP)
Mlsslsslpplans voted' In probably
record numbers yesterday to no-
minate 8 Governor from eight
candidates who chorused a de-
nunciation of President Truman.
The liquor Issue was the para-
mount one in this legally dry
state which collects a unique
"bootleg" tax. Two candidates
were pledged to work for repeal
and larger whisky taxes. Two
othtrs promised to tighten the
prohibition law written into the
1890 State Constitution.
The balloting was expected to
btlng out around 400,000 voters, |
topping the previous record of
365,000 in 1947.
Some 7,000 candidates for state,
district and a multitude of local!
offices heightened the voting ex-1
cltement throughout the state.
Although this was the "Demo- i
craOc primary"which assures |
the winners of election the ,
candidates In nearly all races :
we're having no part of the Na-1
tional Democrat administration.
Mississippi, which was in the
vanguard of the States' Rights
revolt from the national party in
1948. still feels that way and the
regular Democrats are called
"Trumancrats" here.
The poll tax. which has been
abolished In several Southern
states, was a requirement for vot-
ing today. A voter. If challenged,
also would be required to read or
interpret the constitution.
Still, early reports Indicated
that Negroes were voting in large
numbers. The Negro vote was re-
ported up 20 per cent over the last
election in Laurel. But in the
Gulf Coast counties of Harrison
and Hancockjio Negroes were re-
ported voting.
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
Whcr, 100.000 P.ople Ml
Presents
lJt(l Yit'rOUtld Today. Wednesday, Aug. 8
Sports
BALBOA AND COCOLI
TROUNCE PEDRO MIGUEL
Balboa's "B" basketball team
and Cocoll's "E" team defeated
Pedro Miguela "B" and "E"
teams Saturday morning 48-25
and 20-10 In a couple of well play-
ed, exciting games.
The Balboa team took Pedro
Miguel's first quarter two-point
lead away early in the second
quarter and kept it themselves
for the rest of the game. Pescod
of Balboa was high scorer In the
game with nineteen points.
The Biddy League game was
also a very exciting one as both
teams made their moves in the
last quarter, but Pedro Miguel
Just couldn't keep pace with Co-
coll's Colon, who made 12 points
to lead the scoring for the game.
The box scores:
Balboa "B" FG FT TP
Pescod........ 9 1 19
Napoleon...... 9 0 18
Charles........ 0 1 1
Huff.......... 3 0 6
Perdantlc...... 0 2 2
Totals.........21 4 48
Pedro Miguel "B" FG FT TP
Tinker........ 8 1 17
Knight........ 2 0 4
Snchez....... 0 0 0
Eiler.......... 0 2 2
Rlley.......... 1 0 2
Totals.........11 3 25
Cocol! "E" FG FT TP
Barnes........ 2 0 4
Taylor........ 0 0 0
Jamenz........ 0 0 0
Colon......... 6 0 12
Klrkjand....... 2 0 4
Tqtals.........10 0 20
Pedro Miguel "E"FG FT TP
CftfMeman...... 3 0 8
Abell......... 0 0 0
Dunning....... 0 0 U
licGrlff........ 1 0 2
Phillips........ 1 0 2
Tjjtals.........~4 0 10
Record Field Of 21
5et For Today's
Rich Hamblctonian
;G08HEN. N.Y.. Aug. 8 (UP)
A* record field of 21 three-year-
old trotters has been entered for
today's 26th running of the Ham-
bletonlan at Goshen, New York.
The field, topped by the Hayes
Fair Acres farm entry of Mighty
Fine and Spennib, tops the pre-
ious high of 19 starters In 1945.
A'crowd of 25.000 Is expected to
vatch the trotters compete in the
oest of three heats for the $96,0CJ
purse, highest since the Hamble-
tonian started at Syracuse in
1926.
The field will start In two rows,
with 11 trotters In the first tier
and 10 in the second Spennib
drew the coveted rail position for
*ihe first heat. Post positions for
he following two heats of one
Inile each will be decided by the
4*rder of finish In the first dash.
3:30Kollector's Korner
4:00Music Without Words
4:15French in the Air (RDF)
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Lean Back and Listen
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Our Mutual Friend (BBC)
7:30Sports Review
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00News and Commentary by
Raymond Swing (VOA)
8:15Platter Parade (VOA)
8:45Salute to Bolivia (VOA)
9:00Story U.S.A. (VOA)
9 ;30Commentator's Digest
(VOA)
9:458ports and News (VOA)
10:00The World At Your Win-
dow (BBC I
11:00The Owl's Nest
MidnightSign Off
Tomorrow, Thursday, Aug. 9
A.M.
6:00Alarm Clock Club
7:30Morning Salon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
8:30Crazy Quilt
8:45Jerry Sears Presents
9:00NEWS
9:15S ACRED HEART PRO-
GRAM
9:30As I See It
10:00NEWS
10:05Off the Record
11:00NEWS
11:05Off the Record (Contd.)
11:30Meet the Band
NoonNEWS
P.M.
12:05Luncheon Music
12:30Popular Music
1:00NEWS
1:15Personality Parade
1:45EXCURSIONS IN SCI-
ENCE
2:00Call For Les Paul
2:15Date for Dancing
2:30Afternoon Melodies ,
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00American Debut
3:15The Little Show
3:30Music For Thursday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15Negro Spirituals
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00PAN AMUSICA STORY
TIME
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Make Believe Ballroom
(VOA)
7.30-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45Jam Session
8:00World News (VOA)
8:15Cross Country, U.S A.
I VOA)
8:45Jam Session (VOAi
9:00Meet Eleanor Roosevelt
tVOAt
9:30Commentator's Digest
(VOAI
9:45Sports Tune of Day and
News (VOA>
10:00HOTEL EL PANAMA
10:15Musical Interlude
10:30Take It From Here (BBCJ
11:00The Owls Nest
12:00Sign Off
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that many old stubborn cases of long
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you of stubborn Dimples and unsightly
skin troubles
from under his collar.
He let me have It with both
barrels.
"I've never got news for Holly-
wood," he boiled. "I'm making
more money today than I ever
made. I still have my home here.
And I've* got a Park Avenue
apartment that costs me an arm
and a leg. I can manage it all, too.
Easily.
'There's big money In televi-
sion. I've done every New York
show that's to be done. And none
under $1500 a shot. But don't be-
lieve that $5000 a show stuff. No.
body gets that kind of money.
"I make three pictures a year.
No more than that. When I left
Hollywood I did 'Time Running
Out' In France and 'Highly Dan-
gerous' In England. I did 'Never
Trust a Gambler' at Columbia a
while back and now I'm doing
'Fort Defiance.' All this talk
about Dane Clark not making
any more movies. Why, I turn
down pictures.'
"I left Hollywood because I'm
an unhappy guy when I'm not
working every day. I don't go In
for making ceramics. My Idle pe-
riods got me Into trouble. I want
to work, that's all.
"Television has been wonder-
ful for me. I've been depleted,
bloody and bowed after a show,
but I've been happy, too. The
pressure of doing a new show
every week is good for me. And
the money I'm paid keeps me
from being so economically des-
perate that I'll lunge at a movie
I don't like.
"I've turned down some movie
scripts that were horrible. I
couldn't do that without TV. I'd
have been economically stran-
gle-
"Another thing. I'm not a poll-
tic guy. In Hollywood I was al-
ways sticking my nose on the
other side of the fence. They told
me to mind my own business
when I questioned a story point.
But on TV I come in full of Ideas
and instead of being maligned or
chastised, I'm loved for It.
"In TV. in 15 weeks I do 15 dif-
ferent kind of roles from tough
guys to part-fall comics. Brother,
I'm getting muscles on my artis-
tic soul.
"I don't knock Hollywood. To
me movie acting is harder than
the stage or television. To do It
right, I mean. TV's made a better
actor out of me. It's here to stay.
Every movie actor will be In it.
It's hard and tough. A lot of act-
ors will have to get rid of that
baby fat."
Dane slowed down and mut-
tered that he'd probably talked
too much. Some people might
get the idea that he didn't like
Hollywood. Why, he was proud of
Hollywood and the brainy lads
and lasses behind the scenes.
He had to rush over to the cos-
tumer's for the, buckskin duds he
wears in "Fort Defiance."
"The producer," he said, "is be-
ing very finicky. I have a suspi-
cion that Jacques Fath or some-
body is doing my cowboy outfit.
The pants have to be tight. I told
the producer that I wouldn't be
able to move. He said not to
worry, that the horse would be
doing all the moving."
"You like horses?" I asked.
"I don't know," he shrugged.
"I've never been on one before."
It was my turn to say It:
"Poor Dane Clark."
TROPICAL
TOMORROW!
DODGE
Carnivorous Animal
HORIZONTAL 91 Kind o tide
1.6 Depicted 52 Mr*
carnivorous
10 Cause
11 Country
13 Hen product
14 Pierced with
horns
16 New Guinea
port
17 Exempli
gratia (ab. j
18 Shooter marble
19 French island
20 Large vehicle I2
22 Conducted
23 God of love
25 Low fellows
26 Oriental
measure
27 Mystic
syllable
28 Milliliter
(ab.)
29 An (Scot)
30 Level and
smooth
32 Formen
Russian ruler
35 Lamprear
36 Attempt
37 Symbol for
silver
38 Genus of
meadow
grasses
41 Beboldl
42 Tear
44 It is the
smallest -----
American
bear
46 Fondle
47 Polluted
49 Cuts for
Insertion Into
a mortise
VERTICAL
Mendicant
Loiter
Preposition
Gear tooth
Arctic
sandpiper
Wicked
And (Fr.)
Be sick
Bellowed
Female ruff
Novel
Requires
Ancestor of
Pharaohs
Standard
Most disabled
. Aniwar to Previous Puzzle
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24 Scum
25 It has a black
SO Dreads
31 Multitude
33 Feminine
appellation
34 Indian
peasants
38 Seed
container
39 Either
40 Aleutian
Island
43 Pastry
44 Fiber knots
45 Poultry
46 Cooking
utensil
48 Musical nota
50. Symbol foe
nickel
India's Top Dancer Brings
Troupe of 76 Here Aug. 18
India's most outstanding danc-
er Mrlnalini Sarabhal will
bring a troupe of 16 dancers and
musicians to the National Thea-
ter on Aug. 18. 19 and 20 under
the auspices of the Daniel Music
Society.
A specialist in the Indian class-
ical arts, she began her career as
a student at the School of Smt.
Rukmlnl, wife of the late Dr. G.
S. Arundale, President of the
World Theosophlcal Society.
She has been accorded great
acclaim in England. France. Swit-
zerland and Scandinavia.
Mrlnalini received part of her
training In New York.
In Panama, she will appear
with her troupe under the auspi-
ces of the Ministry of Education.
Tickets will go on sale Monday
at Lewis Service and the Nation-
al Conservatory, Herbert De Cas-
tro of the Daniel Music Society,
has announced.
Prices will be $3 for downstairs
seats and box seats, $1.30 else-
where.
The troupe, will arrive late next
week via Panagra from South
America for appearances on Aug.
18, 19 and 20.
Tomorrow
Thursday!
CENTRAL
Tomorrow
Thursday!
DESPERATE INTRIGUE IN
THE POWDER-KEG ORIENT'
ttartini
FLORENCE MARLY
ROBERT PEYTON
'A tsEAJtSTON McCQWAH Pioductloa
Scretaslay a OfeactlM Str'tH Ma owl McCewM
BALBOA
OPENS SATURDAY!
DORIS DAY- GENEM
SiSAKAU BILLY DE WOLFE GLADYS BE0B6-=-DAV!D BUTLER .^i-. :s
Jehovah's Witnesses'
District Gathering
Starts on Friday
A combined Spanish and Eng-
lish District Assembly will be
opened by Jehovah's Witnesses
on Friday at their Kingdom Hall
located at No. 21 Colon Street,
Panama City. According to the
program there will be three
days of Intense activity for the
Witnesses beginning Friday at
9:30 am. and ending with a
Public meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday.
All emate Spanish and English
talks dealing with "service" will
fill the day Friday. Saturday's
talks deal with "increasing" the
witnesses and "pioneering."
At 9:00 a.m. Sunday a baptism
service will be held, and talks
dealing with "faith" and the
"ministry" will be delivered
throughout the day. At 3 p.m.
a public discourse on "Proclaim
Liberty Throughout all the
Earth" will be given In Spanish,
and. as a climax to the conven-
tion, the same talk will be de-
livered in English at 7:30 p.m.
The Convention chairman said
that the majorltv of the talks
will be delivered by North Amer-
ican ministers working in the
Republic as missionaries, and
that delegates to this assembly
are expected from all parts of
the Republic Including Chirlqui,
Herrera, and Bocas del Toro
Provinces. Several hundred de-
legates are expected.
He said that assemblies such
as this are held regularly world-
wide, one having lust been con-
cluded In London. England. The
purpose, he said, is to assist per-
sons to come to- a better under-
standing of God and His pur-
poses. Jehovah's witnesses use
as their primary legal agency to
assist them In preaching the
ospel internationally the Watch
Tower Bible tt Tract Society, a
corporation formed under the
laws of the State of Pennsylva-
nia. v
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Minnie the Ratfish
Lays Eggs in Aquarium
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 8 (UP)
Minnie the ratfish has present-
ed the Steinhart Aquarium with
two eggs which, if they hatch, will
become the first baby ratfish ever
in an aquarium.
Minnie is part of a breed that
is a croes or missing link between
sharks and true bony fishes and
is rarely found In captivity. Her
large head and body taper into a
long, rat-like tall.
She acquired her name by her
very large eyes, prominent Incisor
teeth and receding china pro-
nounced resemblance to Mickey
Mouse's girl friend.
Minnie laid the two five-inch,
yellow-brown capsules and trail-
ed them around in egg sacks un-
der her body for 36 hours. After
that she lost Interest and moved
to another tank.
Opening TOMORROW!
AT THE
LUX Theatre
HE KNEW
TOO MUCH ?
TO LIVE!
TIN off guard surprise...
the mounting suspense...
the unconventional twist...
tint place it in the
top company of great
action dramas! .
Douglas
FAIRBANKS, .
C/yms JOHNS
jack HAWKINS
Ml
SECRIil
NEXT WEEK
"HARRIET CRAIG*
Grand SPECIAL SALE
on ladies
DRESSES
Price Drastically Reduced!
BAZAAR PARIS
Coln
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STARTING
THURSDAY!
"IF YOU'RE SMART YOU'LL COME IN... IF YOU'RE
DUMB YOU'LL BE DEAD!"
HUMPHREY BOCART, in the
"THE ENFORCER"
Panama L,anal (clubhouses
Showing Tonight i
WANNA RELAX?? ... CO TO THE MOVIISIII
WARNER BROS
"BREAKTHROUGH"
Also Showing Thursday 1
John WAYNE Anthony QUINN
"BACK TO BATAAN"
Thursday "THE AVENGERS"
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Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
There wu midnight gaiety on July 31 In one of the J oiliest
homes in the world, the unpretentious red brick house at 28 Hyde
Park Oate, London. Toasts were drunk. Songs were sung...
The Hon. Winston Churchill had won a bet with time. lortune
and His Majesty's Government.
Victory was sweet to the most ardent leader of His
Majesty's Loyal Opposition. Five years before midnight
last Tuesday, Mr. Churchill had put 400,000 pounds in
trust for his family. Under British law, such a trust is
valid if the founder lives for five years after setting it
.p. If he dies during the five years, the trust is subject
to gift taxes, which are virtually confiscatory. Even with
' the pound devalued to $2.80, the Churchill trust is still
worth $1,120,000...Churchill now rests assured that when
he shuffles offwhich he shows no signs of doing soon
his wife and children, not the Labor Government, will
enjoy the proceeds of his life's labors.
Broadway "legit" box-offices hit their deepest dip during last
week, the hottest and most vacation-stricken. The five big hits
sold out, but had less standees...No new arrival, no new obit
notices; but the struggling secondary survivors suffered miserably
The inside on Ethel Barrymore'a first walk'-out rebellion
when she quit the film, "Finders Keepers Is that one ene called
for her to get on the floor and play with some babies The rat
Lady didn't feel up to that; the old physical flexibility ton t any
mor, b she did what she had to do with dignity-conferred
with the management and departed like the grande dame she to.
Hollywood song'writer Mort Greene wrote the ditties
and other material for the remarkable Modernaires. the
four boys and a babe headlining the Paramount Theatre
and running away with it. In "The Customers Are Al-
ways Right," his bang tune, they sing, dance, Juggle, do
complicated magic, the most versatile vocalists I ve ever
seenT Greene directed all this and the unique imitations
of Gable, Jimmy Stewart. Karloff. Lorre. etc.. in callings
far from what they're known for. on the theory taut iv
will be so crowded by newcomers that oldline troupers
will have to take what Jobs they can land. Where has
this Greene been hiding so much talent so long.
The seventeenth anniversary of the trap-killing of John
Dllllnger by FBI-men as lie stepped out of the Blograph Theatre
on the near North Side In Chicago between wo J-ne f
them Anna Sage, "the Lady In Red." who sold him out for the
rewardI money ^and was later deported for mora "Pl^de-was
marked with a gang-picture as it had been on that ibroi tag Sun-
day nlsht of July 22, 1934. This one was "Pier No. 23. But all tne
5hooUng took place inside...The Dllllnger rub-out changed my
whole lifeOn a tip. I Had flown to Chicago and was an eye-
witness It became my top exploit. Mv on-the-^t repor has
been republtohed in anthologies; I have lectured *&Jg*
on the event and its causes and conseauences: t^men. finan-
ciers, literateurs. clerics, even, who had heard of me only as an
underworld writer." courted me-the whole world wantedI to
know all about that classic bandit. Jailbreaker and cop-killer-
Dillinger.
The Hollywood Bowl had to cancel its season of al fresco con-
certs five days after they started, because the venture ran out of
cash. After a community wall over this cultural calamity, Los
Angeles County kicked In llghttly. but the tin cup is being passed
lor privste donations.. .One artist in the resumed schedule Is
Dimitri Mllropoulos. He had been in Italy recently. He said thi
music of the masters has a hard time over there, too but thev
don't have to worrv about breaking even-"they're subsidized by
the Italian governmentwith Marshall Plan money!
Francis X. Bushman has been resuscitated. He's touring In
personal appearance to exploit "David and Bathsheba." and
grandma to being wheeled in for a last look at the heart-buster of
the sllents...Last time I talked with Bush, who used to be mv
next-door neighbor on Winlhrop Ave.. Chi. he had abandoned hto
career. He was working on a planto have the Hudson Palis? des
blasted into rocks with which he proposed to dry up and nil in
the Hudson River, to make it a great scenic, useful autobahn.
Old Man Hudson still flows, and Old Man Bushman still, shows.
The seems incredible today, but in 1948 Sen. Kefauver
voiced a terrific blast at Senate and House sub-commit-
tees.....He said that all such bodies should be abolished as
a waste of taxpayers' money...The voters, he said,
should use (heir ballots "to *eep the vaudeville actors out
of Congress". .How's that again. Senator? This column
has a copy of those remarks. Kefauver also declared
that such a committee feels it has to "iustifv its existence
by doing something sensational, and hence it grabs for the
headlines."
Labor lNewe
And
Comment
Turnabout
Despite all the published reports, the subpoenaed garment
magnate, Irving Sherman has not opened up one breath to the
Senate probers.. To intimates he claims O'Dwver double-
crossed" him right after his first mayoralty election, and thev
were never friends after that.. Unless he gets a really juicy of-
fer, Frankle Frisch will quit baseball for good. He owns a big
linen business i left to him by his father i and doesn't need the
dough.
W. W.'s earlv days (when he was 21) submitted bv Robin
Curley Harris lor the next issue of "21" magazine. It reveals for
the first time the incident which made him take the long lump
from the 3-a-day to the 4th estate.
The British are taking 61.000 tons of coal a day out
of Germany and paying for it in some kind of inflationary
marks.....Our Town is still buzzing about the municipal
reception for Sugar Ray Robinson, and the dethroned
champ's sincere speech on the steps on the city citadel,
when Sugar said: "I'm sorry I did not bring back mv title
I mean your title."
The current issue of Look carries a retraction and apology to
Mrs. Oeorge Solatalre. for referring to her popular husband as a
"bachelor" In its recent article, on Joe DiMagglo... The Mavor
Impellltterl'i celebrate their 23th anniversary at Oracle Mansion
on the 21st...In a recent front-pager, wasn't someone paid off
to alter the record so It appeared the heronle was found fully
clothed?...William Holden and Nancy Olsen. the Ill-fated lovers
of "Sunset Boulevard," are reported topping their jobs In that
film with "Force of Arms," a terrific love story of World War
n. a Warner.
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By AL HAYES
(Victor Riesel is on vacation.
Al Hayes, president, Internation-
al Association of Machinists
(AFLi, is substituting for him
today as special guest column-
ist).
Dear Mr. Riesel:
It's good to hear that you are
off again on another vacation.
And it's even better to get your
Invitation to have my own say
In your column this year.
While you and other members
of most American unions are
basking on the beaches or wet-
ting your Unes this year, a good
many of your officers are sweat-
ing it out here in Washington
trying to help our members and
our country work out some of
their problems.
. Sometimes, I think that your
readers picture a union Presi-
dent as a man who sits behind
an oversized desk pushing but-
tons and barking orders into te-
lephones. You make It sound so
easy.
In this space today, I would
like to pose a problem, Just one
of the problems that has taken
a lot of time these past several
months.
This problem concerns the ex-
pansion of the aircraft Industry.
Our union, the Machinists
Union, represents 70 per cent
of the aircraft workers in the
United States and Canada.
Employment In our aircraft
plain- has almost doubled since
the fighting began in Korea.
But ahead of us to the necessity
to again double the work force
in the aircraft plants.
As the dominant union in
the aircraft industry, we are
doing everything we can to
help recruit employes as
they are needed to meet ex-
panding production sche-
dules at the big Boeing
plants in Seattle and Wi-
chita; at the Consolidated
Vultee plants at Ft. Worth
and San Diego: at the Dou-
olas plants at Segundo, San-
ta Monica, and Tulsa; at
the Lockheed plants at
North Hollywood and Ma-
rietta. Ga.; at the Pratt and
Whitney plants around
Hartford; at the Republic
vlant at Farmingdate, L. /.."
the McDonnell plant at St.
Louis, and many, many
more.
We are now helping to en-
courage our members in other
Industries to move into aircraft
centers. We are also recruiting
former members of our union
who drifted away when the air-
craft industry was cut back after
1943. and we are lining up new
employes as well.
In clmost every aircraft cen-
ter, almost every available per-
son to already working. There is
no unemployment, especially
among men and women with ex-
perience and skills. New em-
cloyes by the thousands must
be brought Into every aircraft
center.
But there to more than a man-
power shortage in these al-craft
centers. There to also a hous-
ing shortage. Now, I want to
make it clear that our members
are not asking -for marble pa-
laces, but they justifiably want
their families to live In decent
comfort at rents they can at-
ford.
Men aren't going to move
into aircraft centers if there
is no decent place to house
their families at reasonable
cost. That ought to be ob-
vious. If the men don't
come in, the great aircraft
plants aren't going to be
able to expand on schedule.
The union alone cannot solve
this problem. The union and
management together cannot
solve this problem. This prob-
lem to so big that It must
be handled by Government
throuah rent controls for the
duration and through defense
homing.
/ am aware, of course,
that the real estate lobby is
telling everybody that .pri-
vate enterprise can solve
this problem in time. It
would be a line thina if it
could. But the cold fact is
that speculative builders are
not doing the job now
and time is the heart of
this problem.
In the city of San Diego to-
day, for example, the aircraft
Industry to trying to hire 12.-
500 additional empolyes. There
to no unemployment In San
Diego, no housing available for
less than $90 to $100 a month
rent. And nona under construc-
tion.
San Diego killed rent control
last year. As a result, rents are
exorbitant. Even shacks built 50
veara ago are now renting for
$60 a month.
Harley F. Knox. the capable
mayor of San Diego, has sum-
med un the problem this way:
"Airplanes require manpower.
Mannower requires housing. No
housing, no manpower, no air-
planet means Joe Stalin In com-
mand."
Our union to dolne everything
possible to bring this problem
to the attention of Congress.
What would you do if you were
officer of the big union In the
aircraft Industry, the Machinists
Union? How would you solve
the problem with this Congress?
If vou have anv suggestions,
write to me at the Machinists
Building, Washington 1, D. C.
(Copyright 1951 Post-Jiull
Syndicate, Inc.)
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
STALIN AND MAO
WASHINGTON.The current evidence which
strongly suggests that bitter contlict between
Stalin's Russia and^Mao Tse-tungs China may
be brewing below the surface has already been
described In this space. What lends added
weight to this evidence to the fact that the roots
ol conflict stretch back deep and long Into the
No' sensible estimate of the present relation-
ship between Mao Tse-tungs regime and the
Kremlin is possible without an understanding
of this past. .......
For It is not generally understood that Mao
is the only national Communist leader except
Tito __ who has deviated seriously from the
Kremlin line and lived to tell the tale.
The whole story to complicated. But thanks
hi part to a well documented forthcoming book,
Chinese Communism and the Rise of Mao," by
Ben.amin Schwartz of the Russian Research
Center, the essential facts can be briefly and
slni&iv told. .
As long ago as 1927. Mao Tse-tung (who Is,
in his own fashion, certainly an authentic gen-
ius i was already becoming convinced that suc-
cessful revolution In China could only be based
squarely on the Chinese peasantry. The urban
workers, relatively few in non-industrial China,
could be too easily suppressed.
But the peasants, organized In fighting groups
in the countryside, where the writ of the cen-
tral government did not run, could slowly erode
and destroy the government.
This it must be understood, was rank heresy.
In all the Communist holy booka, it to written
that Communist revolution can only be based
on the "urban proletariat"; otherwise, Commu-
nism to a "head without a body."
Nevertheless In 1927, Mao organized the au-
tumn harvest uprisings" among the peasants.
In so doing, as Mao himself blandly remarks in
his autobiography, he was "opposed by the Co-
rnil.tern." .
For this sin against Moscow's holy doctrine,
Mao was repudiated by the Central Committee
of the party, dismissed from the Chinese Polit-
buro, and even, apparently, placed on probation
as a rank-and-flle party member. .
Soon theerafter, the Kremlin despatched LI
Li-san. a Chinese Communist who unlike Mao
had received the regulation Moscow schooling,
to head the Chinese Communists.
Fresh from Moscow. LI Li-san tried to pro-
mote revolution among the city workers, In ac-
cordance with the orthodox Moscow doctrine.
His efforts met with disaster. .
Meanwhile, Mao stubbornly continued to or-
ganize the rural peasantry Into a "Red Army,'
and in 1930. he began to have his first suc-
cesses against Chiang Kai-shek.
^wy wswngton
MERRY-GO-ROUND
y DREW PEARSON
In 1931, LI Ll-san was dismissed, and Mao
Tse-tung became "Chairman of the Chinese So-
viet Republic." According to the available evi-
dence, this was not because Moscow so ordered
matters, but simply because by this time Mao
controlled the real sources of power In the Chi-
nese party.
This history of an old, doctrinal battle may
seem beside the point to the Western mind.
Bat it must be remembered that a good Sta-
linist Is fanatically doctrinaire, and that more
heads have rolled for deviation from the strict
body of Stalinist doctrine than ever rolled dur-
ing the Inquisition. This ancient history takes
on very real and present meaning, moreover, In
view of what has happened since.
Stalin himself is known to have expressed the
view more than once during the war that the
Chinese Communists were not "real" Commu-
nists. Throughout the war, moreover. Stalin
never lifted a finger to help Mao Tse-tung
the only recipient of Soviet aid was none other
than Chiang Kai-shek.
And, as recently reported In this space, the
Yugoslav leaders are firmly convinced that Sta-
lin actually meant to abandon the Chinese Com-
munists after the war. Stalin only changed his
mind when this country demobilized, and 'adopt-
ed the policy of having no policy at all in Chi-
na.
This pretty clearly suggests that Stalin has
long harbored doubts about the trustworthiness
of the Chinese Communists.
And now. as if to confirm these doubts. Mao
Tse-tung has anonunced his "Theory of the
Chinese Revolution." which he implies to a
greater contribution to Marxism-Leninism than
Stalin ever made.
Mao's "theory" to to guide Communism
throughout Asia And most significant of all,
tills theory is squarely based on the same de-
viation for whidh Mao was disciplined more
than twenty years ago. It calls for "armed
struggle in the countryside" which means
peasant revolt.
Just possibly, the Kremlin mav accent the
equal partnership which Mao offers. Or the
Kremlin may capture the Chinese Communist
apparatus. Or Mao himself, tubercular, and old
by Chinese standards, mav die. to be replaced
bv a more submissive man perhaps his old
rival. LI Li-san.
Eut surelv It to reasonable to suppose that
Maoism, which threatens not only the Kremlin's
control of Asiatic Communism, but also the
whole elaborate doctrine of Stalin's infallibility,
has shaken the Kremlin at least as much as
Titoism ever did.
(Copyright. 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Hindsight On Yalta
By Peter Edson
Drew Pearson says: Truman bends an ear to 1952; Assist
ant Army Secretary fishes by helicopter; Grand Mufti
paid to assassinate Arabs friendly to West.
WASHINGTON.President Truman has sent a' confidential
memo to all Cabinet officers ordering them to clear their out-
of-town apeparances with Democratic National Chairman Bill
Boyle. Some folks consider this a tip that H8T plans to run again,
since this to the first time he has sent formal political lnsiruc-
tions to his Cabinet. Anyway here is the confidential letter:
"Mr. Boyle, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee,
made a suggestion to me which I think is worthwhile. He would
like very much to be notified when Cabinet officers, secretaries
and undersecretaries go Into any community outside of Wash-
ington for the purpose of making a speech, so he can arrange a
proper reception for them when they get into town.
"He thinks that would not only nelp their prestige in the
community, but would give our local leaders a change to be in
the limelight to some extent, and that is a very necessary proce-
dure in a political organization.
"I'll appreciate It very much If this procedure can be fol-
lowed," the President concluded in what amounts to a polite,
but positive order.
FREE FISHING TRIP
If it's hot in Washington and you are high enough up In the
Pentagon, it's fairly easy to go fishing in cool, far-off Newfound-
land. Or at least Assistant Secretary of the Army Earl D. John-
con fotrrd Ella to to to the o.iicr aay.
Mr. Johnson'has the excuse that his mobilization assignment
to ftiui awl's, the air transport agency of the Armed Services,
so he slips away for flights with MATS from to time. According-
ly lust juiy 10 luund him on a hospital plane from Westover, Mass, '
flying to the air base at Stephensvllle, Newfoundland.
me hospital plane to equipped with stretchers for flying
wounded out of Korea, and just, what It was doing on the run;
to Europe is not known.
Arriving at Stephensville, Assistant Secretary Johnson was '
eutertainea by the commanding officer, Col. Clayton Hughes.
Another colonel, Andrew uannon, a MATS transport group
commander, whose headquarters to Kelly Air Base, Texas, also
had some time to kill In the cool ol Newfoundland, so the three,
cooked up a fishing trip.
An Air Force helicopter, normally used for air rescue opera-
tions, was on hand, and Col. Hugnes arranged to give Assistant
Secretary Johnson a demonstration. The rescue aemonstratldn
featured a flight to a salmon stream where they attemped to
rescue some salmon.
Assistant Secretary Johnson, when queried about the incident,
explained that he also made a helicopter inspection of the Air
Force's installations, but admitted he spent most of the time fish-
ingabout six hours.
"However," he added a little ruefully, "I didn't catch any
fish."
CONGRESSIONAL GRANDPARENTS
Three-month-old Kristie Lynn Cavalcante of Uniontown, Pa.,
whose two grandfathers served in the House of Representatives
at the same time, will add a grandmother to the Congressional
List, when Congress-woman-elect Vera Buchanan of Pennsylvania
to sworn in this week.
Kristie Lynn to the granddaughter of Mrs. Buchanan and the
late Rep. Frank Buchanan of Pennsylvania. After her husband's
death tins year, Mrs. Buchanan was elected to his seat in a special
election.
Kristie Lynn also to the granddaughter of former Rep. Tony
Cavalcante of Pennsylvania, who^was a colleague of Buchanan
for one term In the House. Some day her dad, William Caval-
cante. a Uniontown law student, hopes to succeed his father in
Congress.
If this happens Kristie Lynn really will have something to
brag aboutthree grandparents and one father In Congress.
COmMUNISM IN ARAB WORLD
Though it was known that an agent of the ex-Grand MTtl
of Jerusalem assassinated King Abdullah of Transjordan, it to
not generally known that the Grand Mufti, navlng been Hitler's
pala agent in the Near East, has now taken over the same Job
for Moscow.
The Mufti has turned up at various Pan-Islamic meetings
throughout the Middle East as the tool of Moscow,and stager of
revolt against the West.
And to show that Moscow to the great friend of the Arab
world, the Mufti has been given the Job of establishing and Arab
University in Communist Warsaw.
Furthermore it to now beginning to look as if the Grand
Mufti and his agents were behind the agitation against the Brit-
ish In Egypt, the assassination of the late pro-British premier of
Iran and the murder of other leaders friendly to the West.
One significant aspect of the Mufti's operations is the way
the Nazis and the Communists not only are using the same tac-
tics, but bet tnelr money on the same man.
During the war, Hitler and Mussolini paid the Mufti nearly
half a million dollars. And on April 5, 1945, just one month be-
lore the war ended, the Nazis signed a contract with him to con-,
tlnue stirring up trouble In the Near-East.
Though Hitler killed himself soon afterward, the Mufti to
certainly carrying out his part of the bargain.
CIGARETTES FOR GERMANS
Careful scrutiny of the law governing Marshall plan aid show
that it's full of sleepers, designed to aid private Interests in thto^
country as much as the needly people of Europe.
For example; the law provides ECA dollars to buy tobacco for -
Germany, but stipulates that the tobacco must be purchased UK
the United States. .
This is a $45,000,000 windfall for U.S. tobacco interests at the
U8. taxpayer's expense. For the taxpayers are already subsidiz-
ing over $30,000,000 of Greek tobacco which is rotting in Greek
warehouses. s _,_.. .*.. .-_._ ,_
The Germans used to buy most of Greece s tobacco crop. Now
that Germany is forced to buy American tobacco, however, the
taxpayers not only furnish the money for the tobacco Germany.
buys but also pays for the Greek tobacco crop which Germany
PSIn other words, the taxpayers put out approximately $75,000-
000 per year, so that American tobacco interests can sell $45,
000,000 worth of tobacco to Germany. _
NOTELargest exporters of ECA tobacco to Germany are 1*
B Jenkins of Klnston, N. C, J. E. Bohannon of Boiling Green.
Ky.. Universal Leal of Richmond, Va., and Austin Tobacco Co. of
Greenville, Tenn.
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
WASHINGTON-(NEA)In the light of hind-
sight, there is no particular point in trying to
defend the Yalta agreement of February, 1945.
except for the historical record. The Yalta
agreement, made by President Roosevelt Prime
finiste' Churchill and Premier Stalin, brought
Russia Into the war against Japan. In a secret
agreement not made public until later, Russia
was given three seats In the United Nations and
the Bin Four veto procedure in the Security
Council was approved.
For the sake of argument, admit that all these
concessions to Russia were bad. Admit also that
President Roosevelt was in poor health and not
In v-ossession of the facility for hard political
bargaining which he showed in his prime.
Granting, then, that the agreements made at
Yalta were all a mistake, there still remains one
lmDortant question for consideration In any at-
tempt at an impartial appraisal of the results
of Yalta today. This question to: What differ-
ence would it have made if there had been no
Yalta?
First recall the terms of Yalta the price
paid for Russian agreement to enter the war
against Japan. The main text to only a little
over 30 words long. Its main points are these:
11 There would be no change In the status of
Outer Mongolia. (By a treaty of 1924. Russia
had recoKiilzed Chinese sovereignty over the
area. But Russia later claimed it was under
rule of the Mongolian People's Republic, a Chi-
nese Communist-Soviet satellite state.)
2) Russia was given the rights it held in
northeast Asia prior to the 1904 war with Jap-
an. These Included possession of southern Sak-
halin Island. The Kurile Islands were given to
Russia outright. Russia was to get back her
naval base rights at Port Arthur. Dairen was
to be made an international port, with Russian
interests preeminent.
3i The Chinese Eastern and South Manchu-
rlan railroads terminating at Dairen were to be
ouerited bv a Joint Soviet-Chinese company,
Russia having preeminent Interests. (Roosevelt
apparently meant this last provision to cover
onlv trafile rights. The Russians took it to
mean preeminent economic rights.)
4i China was to retain full sovereignty in
Manchuria. This to the most misunderstood
and the most misrepresented point in the whole
Yalta agreement. Critics of Yalta frequently
claim that "Manchuria was given to the Rus-
sians." Actually, Nationalist Chinese rule over
Manchuria was recognized and guaranteed at
Yalta.)
Consider what happened on each of the Yalta
agreements:
1) Russia took over not only Outer Mongolia,
but also Slngkiang, northwestern Chinese prov-
ince, as well.
2) Russia took over southern Sakhalin and
the Kurile Islands because there was no force
to stop her. Even as late as early 1951, after
the Korean war began, Russia completed occu-
pation of the southernmost Kuriles, only a few
miles from Japan. This possession to even now
confirmed In the new U. S. peace treaty with
Japan.
3) There was so much U. S. pressure to "bring
the boys home" from the Pacific in 1945 that
anv greater American military assistance to Na-
tionalist China would have been impossible.
U. S. transport did move Nationalist Chinese
troops Into Manchuria, but they failed to hold.
4) With Manchuria lost to the Chinese Reds,
there was no Dower other than Russia able to
run the Manchurian railroads. There was no
other power In the area In position to occupy
the vacuum, holding and operating the ports of
Port Arthur and Dairen.
Today's critics of the Yalta agreement blame
the loss of Nationalist China and even the Ko-
rean war on the concessions made to Stalin by
Roosevelt In this 1945 agreement.
That !s probably as much of an over-state-
ment as the contention bv defenders of Yalta
that It was a good agreement. If only the Rus-
sians bad lived up to its terms. Any fair-mind-
ed appraisal must conclude that the truth lies
somewhere between these extremes.
(Copyritht, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
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CINCO CENTESIMO
"Los Ministros polticos debern abandonar
sus Carteras cuando llegue el momento"
A las once de la maana de hof1 present credenciales ante
nuestro Gobierno el Ministro del Uruguay, Excmo. Sr. Gusta-
vo Alberto Rey Alvares De acuerdo con la ceremonia proto-
colar, el Ministro Alvarez fu recibido por Su Excelencia el
Seor Presidente, Don Alciqades Arosemena, y los Ministros
de su Gabinete. La fotografa nos muestra el momento en
que el Ministro Alvares hacia entrena de sus cartas creden-
ciales a Den Alcjbiadcs Arosemena.
Cerca de
dueos

cien mujeres
de prostbulos
y varios
detenidos
De usar gases venenosos
se acusa a los aliados
TOKIO, Agosto 8 (UP)Los
delegados de las Naciones Uni-
das en las negociaciones para
el cese de fuego en Corea, re-
gresaron a la base de avanzada
en Kaesong para esperar la
contestacin comunista al ulti-
matum del General Rldgway
sobre la reanudacin de las ne-
gociaciones.
Se espera que las estaciones
de radio comunista transmitan
la contestacin esta noche o
maana* temprano.
Hasta el momento los Rojos
han Ignorado la demanda del
Supremo Comandante de las
Naciones Unidas de que se ga-
rantice que las tropas rojas ar-
madas sern mantenidas fuera
del rea de las conferencias en
Kaesong.
En lugar de contestar, los co-
munistas han transmitido pro-
paganda haciendo nuevos car-
gos contra las Naciones Unidas.
La ltima propaganda trans-
mitida por la Radio de Pekn
acusaba u los aliados de usar
en Corea gases venenosos y de
volar sobre territorio Chino.
Ayer los comunistas acusa-
ron a las Naciones Unidas de
haber violado la neutralidad de
Kaesong con tropas de tierra y
aviones sin que los rojos sus-
pendieran las negociaciones por
(Pasa a la Pg. 6. col. 7)
Trataremos de mantener en plaza
todo el arroz que sea necesario"
"Trataremos de mantener en el pas el arroi suficiente
para que no se repita la escasea ltima ni se ampare la es-
pecnlacin, y tampoco que se perjudique a los productores
nacionales", declar esta maana a El Panam Amrica el
Gerente del Banco Agropecuario, Lie. Eduardo Vallarlno.
"Be procedido a solicitar informes de todos los agricul-
tores para saber ms o menos en qu fecha se iniciar la
cosecha de arroz y la cantidad probable que cada uno de
los agricultores pueda cosechar."
"Aunqie este ltimo detalle no ser exacto porque pue-
de variar debido a diversas circunstancias, si servir para
que el banco tenga una idea de la probable cosecha de
arroa durante el presente ao".
Estimo que el problema del arros se halla resuelto y
que por ahora no habr escasez.
Fue volado con
dinamita hampn
en Estados Unidos
GRAPEVINE, lexas, agosto 8.
(UP). El tahr Herbert No-
ble, alias "El Gato", fue des-
pedazado Junto con su autom-
vil por una bomba de dinami-
ta cuando Iba a retirar su co-
rrespondencia del buzn de su
casa de campo. La explosin fue
tan poderosa que los restos de
Noble y su automvil fueron a-
rrojados hasta casi 800 metros
de distancJa.
Una enorme carga de dinami-
ta fue hecha estallar debajo
del automvil cuando Noble,
desde el vehculo, Iba a abrir
el buzn.
La polica hall que desde el
buzn hasta un matorral a 300
metros de distancia, los asesi-
nos haban tendido hilos elc-
tricos con que hicieron estallar
la bomba. Noble, hombre cor-
pulento, Invlido y lleno de ci-
catrices recibidas en once aten-
tados contra su vida, muri Ins-
tantneamente.
La seora de Noble muri
hace dos aos a consecuencia
(Pasa a la Par (. col. 7)
Permisos otorgados hace algn
tiempo por Salud Pblica daba
facultad a stos para operar
Debuta esta noche
el joven flautista
E. Charpentier
Una de las batidas ms gran-
des de los ltimos meses dio
anoche el Secretarlo de Gobier-
no y Justicia, don Armando Mo-
reno G., acompaado del sub-
jefe de la Polica Secreta Ca-
pitn Pedro J. Prez y cerca de
veinticinco agentes, quienes o-
cuparon cuatro carros radlopa-
trullas y visitaron numerosos
prostbulos de esta ciudad y las
afueras.
Cerca de cien muleres fueron
capturadas en antros de pros-
titucin que, segn nos mani-
fest el Secretario Moreno, es-
taban ausentes de todo requi-
sito de higiene.
Una de las cosas ms sor-
prendentes que se encontraron,
nos dijo el mencionado funcio-
narlo, fue que varios de estos
prostbulos tenan resoluciones
expedidas hace algn tiempo
por el Departamento de Salud
Pblica del Ministerio de Pre-
visin Social, en las cuales se
les permita operar como pros-
tbulos.
Se pudo notar, agreg don
Armando Moreno O., que des-
pus de las primeras casas a-
llanadas, las otras fueron avi-
sadas, ya que se encontraron
completamente vacias.
Los prostbulos allanados fue-
ron los siguientes:
U.S. Frisco, en Calle B; El
Boho y el California en El Cho-
rrillo; Villa Gloria en la Ca-
rrasquilla; El Fnix, en Ro A-
bajo; El Lucero, en la carre-
tera transstmlca; la Pensin y
Cantina La Paz, en Rio Abajo;
el Hotel Plaza, en calle 20 este;
Las Delicias, en Pueblo Nuevo,
y La Julieta en Rio Abajo.
Se encuentran detenidos pro-
visionalmente Jos Varcasa, Dl-
(Pasa a la Haz Col >
Otro desafo a la muerte !
Todo parece Indicar que nuestras conductores de vehcu-
los se han puesto de acuerdo para violar las reglas ms ele-
mentales de trnsito. En menos de una semana han ocurri-
do varios aparatosos accidentes automovilsticos con su con-
siguiente saldo de muertos y heridos.
En la anterior fotografa podemos ver el estado en que
quedo el taxi manejado por Delfn Nez Atencio, de psimo
historial policivo, quien despus de chocar ligeramente con
otro automvil se dio a la fuga, salindose de la carretera.
El hecho ocurri en la curva de -la "Cantina Amiga", frente
a la entrada del Club de Golf.
Ms tarde, .Atencio se present a la Inspeccin General
de Trnsito en donde fu arrestado. El Jaez de Trnsito le
impuso a Atencio una pena de 90 das de arresto y la can-
celadon de su licencia de manejo.
Consideramos que ya es hora de que los conductores de
vehieulos se den cuenta de la responsabilidad que tvmen para
con la comunidad v observen mayor cuidado en el manejo de
sus automviles. La Polica Nacional debe proceder con mano
firme contra todos los infractores de las reglas del trnsito
pira terminar de una vez por todas con esta ola de acciden-
tes provocaba por conductores Irresponsables.
Queremos recordar aqu la advertencia del Presidente
Truman en cuanto a la gravedad de los accidentes de trn-
sito, de que stos causaron en un ao en Estados Unidos diez
Teces mi muertes que las bajas norteamericanas en Corea.
Cuando se levante el teln del
Teatro Nacional esta noche a
las 8, un estruendoso aplauso
del pblico panameo le dar
la bienvenida al Joven flautista
Eduardo Charpentier. Cuando
caiga el teln, una vez termi-
nado el concierto, murmullos de
aprobacin llenaran el mbito
de nuestro primer teatro.
Regresa Charpentier proce-
dente de los conservatorios de
Chicago y Pars, adonde fu en
busca de nuevos conocimientos,
guiado por ansias de supera-
cin. Viene dispuesto a demos-
trar al pblico de su patria que
su viaje no fue en vano.
El programa escogido para el
(Pasa a i* Pit i Col 7>
Los planes para construir la
Interamericana estn sujetos
a un Convenio con los EE.UU.
Nos declara el Ministro de Obras Publicas, Ing.
Norberto Navarro al referirse a noticia apa-
recida ayer en "El Panam-Amrica"
En relacin cort^ informacin
aparecida ayer en "El Panam
Amrica" el seor Ministro (Je
Obras Pblicas, Ingeniero Nor-
berto Navarro nos ha hecho las
siguientes declaraciones:
"El artculo de la ley del em-
prstito en el cual estn Inclui-
dos los diez millones para la
construccin de la carretera in-
teramericana no dice ni en su
letra ni en su espritu que hay
que esperar a que el Congreso
de los Estados Unidos de Am-
rica apruebe los veinte millones
en que se calcula el aporte de
esa Nacin a la obra. No puede
ser as, porque no seria ni lo
patritico ni lo conveniente da-
do el caso de que ya existe un
acuerdo firmado con los Esta-
dos Unidos en relacin con etos
trabajos- Adems debe la admi-
nistracin como Gobierno ia.--
ponsable y serlo demostrar, no
solo a los Estados Unidos, nues-
ro Inters por la construcc'n
de la Carretera sino hacer pre-
sente el respeto por los com-
promisos internacionales que
han obligado al Gobierno pana-
meo a adelantarse colocando
de Inmediato las sumas corres-
pondientes a nuestro pala en
determinado nmero de aos".
Son citadas varias
personas en el caso
de cheques del S.S.
El Fiscal Tercero del Circuito,
Licenciado Vianor Bellido, ha
citado para prestar declaracio-
nes en el caso de los cheques
del Seguro Social a todas las
personas cuyos endosos apare-
cen en dichos cheques.
Segn aclaracin del Fiscal
Bellido, las personas que se pre-
sentan a declarar no estn por
ningn medio acusadas en cte
caso. Se les llama con el solo
fin de ir solucionndolo.
Las personas que todava no
se han presentado y que la
Fiscala desean que se presenten
a prestar declaracin son:
Catalina Roa de Henley, O.
Benavldes A. Alma Quiones,
Luis Garca F., y Alfonso Pruna.
Maana decidir el
Seguro prstamo al
Liceo de Seoritas
El seor Ministro de Educacin,
inform esta maana a "El Pa-
nam Amrica" que habia en-
tusado al Gerente de la Caja
del Seguro Social, Licenciado
Manuel Soils P., una solicitud
formal para un prstamo por B.
750000.00 para la construccin
de los edificios del Liceo de Se-
oritas en Paltilla.
De acuerdo con Informacin
obtenida en la Caja del Segu-
ro Social, esta solicitud S;i
considerada maana en la se-
sin regular de la Junta Dlr:c-
tiva de esa Institucin.
Se conmemorar el
nacimiento de don
Justo Arosemena
La escuela Justo Arosemena
cebbrar dos actos maana, con
motivo de cumplirse un aniver-
sario ms del natalicio de don
Justo Arosemena.
A las o a.m. una misa en la
Catedral, cantada por el Pro-
fesor Juan Fuentes; y el AveJ
Mara le Mellara, por la seori-
ta Nidia Benacerraf, ambos del
Conservatorio Nacional de M-
sica y Declamacin.
A las 10 y 30 a.m. se presen-
tar un programa por los mi-
crfonos de Radio Pacifico, en
el que participarn alumnos y
maestros.
Cordialmente se Invita al p-
blico a asistir a la misa y a es-
cuchar el mencionado progra-
ma radial, en homenaje a la
memoria del ilustre, panamtiio
don Justo Arosemena
El Presidente de la Repblica
hizo declaraciones a cerca
del prximo debate electoral
Su Excelencia don Alcibades Arosemena, President*
de la Repblica, manifest en la maana de hoy a urr
redactor del Panam Amrica que los Ministros polticos,
debern abandonar sus carteras, cuando llegue el mo-
mento, ya que es indeclinable el propsito de su gobierno
hacer elecciones puras en este pas. Manifest asimismo
que muchos de ellos lo harn sin necesidad de que sea
necesario solicitarles sus renuncias, porque les ser mucho
ms fcil fuera de sus carteras dedicarse a la poltica
partidarista.
Insisti el mandatario en que
no permitir que se efectu
dentro del gobierno poltica Ce
ninguna clase, y que usar de
la fuerza de la Ley para llevar
adelante su propsito.
A pregunta de nuestro redac-
tor en el sentido de que si crea
necesario un gabinete de ele-
mento apoltico para que la a'.u-
dadania tenga f en la pureza
del sufragio, dijo que el com-
parta ese criterio e insisti >.n
su conviccin de que, llegado el
momento los ministros politices
abandonaran sus carteras.
Oon respecto al emprstito,
manifest que se senta optl-
mlsma en cuanto a las gestio-
nes realizadas por la comisin
negociadora, pero estimaba qua
era necesario un clima de tran-
quilidad para poder realizar una
labor positiva en beneficio el
pueblo. Agreg que las negocia-
ciones de emprstitos eran Cuta
que marchaba muy lentamente
y era necesario un poco de cal-
ina para esperar la culminacin
de las negociaciones-
Atacada de polio
una cantante que
actu en Panam
Gloria Helm, la bella cantan-
te norteamericana del gruo
musical "Las Mulatas de Fue-
go" que lleg a Panam hace
varias semanas, se. encuentra
recluida en el Hospital Gorgas
padeciendo de poliomielitis.
La seorita Helm, quien triun-
f en Panam por su melo-
diosa voz y su estilo de cantar, tacionado en Fort Clavton, fiie
Amrica Latina puede asumir
parte importante de defensa
del Hemisferio, dicen en E.U.
De los 62 millones que recibirn los pases de Am-
rica en concepto de ayuda, 40 seran
para fomentar el militarismo
Otro accidente de
trnsito ocurri
ayer en la Zona
El sargento Ernest Shade, es-
parecido a la artista cinema-
togrfica Betty Hutton, fue ata-
cada de parlisis infantil hace
unas semanas, teniendo que a-
bandonar el grupo que sala en
jira para Sur America.
Acompaa a la artista nor-
teamericana en el Hospital Gor-
gas, su madre Jean Helm, en-
fermera, quien vino expresa-
mente desde Wellesely, Massa-
chusetts a atender a su hija.
La seorita Hehn est mejo-
llevado hoy al Hospital Gorgas
para ser atendido de lesiones
que sufri cuando su carro Mer-
cury 51 choc con un bus en
la Va Thatcher, cerca de Mi-
lla 3.
El sargento Shade sufri frac-
turas compuestas en el codo
derecho. Ninguno de los pasa-
jeros del bus result herido, pe-
ro ste si sufri graves daos.
Las investigaciones han de-
mostrado que el conductor del
rando notablemente y los m- bus, Hiplito Caino Cedeo, de
dicos del hospital esperan su 41 aos de edad y residente de
tPasa a la pajina C columna %} i (Pasa a la Pg. fe, col >

WASHINGTON. Agosto 8 (UP)
Funcionarios norteamerica-
nos Informaron al Congreso que
Latino Amrica est preparada
para hacerse cargo de una par-
te Importante de la defensa del
hemisferio occidental contra un
posible ataque exterior-
Edward Miller Jr. Secretario
de Estado Adjunto a cargo de
los asuntos latinoamericanos, el
Teniente General Charles Bol-
te, Sub-Jefe del Estado Mayor
del Ejrcito y presidente de la
Junta de Defensa Interamerica-
na y el doctor Henry Ben.t.
Administrador del Programa del
Punto Cuatro, informaron en tal
sentido a las Comisiones de
Fuerzas Armadas y Relaciones
Exteriores del Senado que estu-
dian el programa de 8,500 millo-
nes de dlares para la avuda e-
conmica y militar a pases ex-
tranjeros.
De sos fondos Latino Amrl-
Tasa a la ratina fe. columna 7)
Batida contra los
maleantes realiza
la Polica Secreta
Varias capturas llev a cabo
la Polica Secreta Nacional, de
acuerdo con Informaciones su-
ministradas a este diario por
los directores de esa Institucin.
En los alrededores de calle 17
Oeste fue arrestado el paname-
o Jorge Ayala, de 21 aos de
edad y residente en Calle 17
Oeste No. 21 por acusrsele de
ser la persona que se rob una
caja de mantequilla marca 'Ma-
riposa' de un camin estacio-
nado, estando dicha mercanca
avaluada en 35 balboas.
Por haberse extraviado dos
cajas llenas de objetos de lo-
za pertenecientes al Bazar Fran-
cs, fueron arrestados Euclldes
Antonio Daz, de 16 aos de
edad, residente en Calle B, No.
34; Alcibades Emilio Gonzlez,
de IP, aos de edad y residente
en Calle B No. 50; y Rodolfo
Benltez. de 21 aos de edad y
residente en Calle 25 Oeste.
Segn la denuncia presenta-
ii'ki i in far S Col *
El emprstito al Hotel El
Panam es a condicin de
que no funcione un Casino
La misin que fu a Catados Unidos a negociar el em-
prstito al Goaisrao Nacional dej arreglado tod Mis el
npHlWiU, de n n: .ten y.1* and Export Bank" de Nueva soi-k para el Hotel "El Pana-
ma", a mm Inters anual de cuatro por eiento. Tal inform
ayer el Sr. Contralor General de la Repblica, Don Henri-
que de Obarrlo al Consejo de Gabinete.
El Sr. Obarrlo tambin inform que habla conseguido
con esa mismo banco extender el plaxo del emprstito ante-
rior de dos millones y medio de balboas do dios a veinte
aos. El pago inicial de la deuda total no se har sino
hasta 1952.
Sin embargo, nna de las clusulas del arreglo del em-
prstito prohibe que se instale un Casino en "El Panam".
Sigui informando el Sr. Obarrlo que ya que el Hotel
"El Panam" es uno de los ms fuertes deudores del Banco
Fiduciario, una ves que reciba el emprstito a principios de
Septiembre, pagar inmediatamente al Fiduciario por lo
que es posible que esa institucin bancaria pueda abrir nue-
vamente sus puertas al pblico.
Dijo el Contralor Obarrio que el financista Osear Muller
tambin opina que tan pronto "El Panam" pague al Banco
Fiduciario ste podr reanudar sus operaciones.
Piden que se investigue si los
Maestros del Interior reciben
iguales prestaciones que aqu
El Magisterio Panameo U-
nldo ha enviado la siguiente
carta al Lie. Manuel Soils P.,
sobre las prestaciones a los a-
segurados del interior:
Sr. Manuel Sols P.
Gerente de la Caja
del Seguro Social.
E. 8. D.
8eor:
Otra vez nos dirigimos a us-
ted con el fin de hacerle una
solicitud en nombre de los
maestros del Interior de la Re-
pblica.
Hemos visto complacidas, que
usted atendi la sugestin que
en nombre del Magisterio Pa-
(Pas* a la Pg. Col. i
ULTIMA HORA
Los mdicos Indicaron hoy qn
es posible que Chibas tenga qua
ser sometido a una nueva ope-
racin-
Segn el informe mdico a
Chibas se le produjo una lils-
tencin abdominal a consecutn-
ca de la Inflamacin provoca-
da por la herida y los mdicos
celebrarn una reunin de con-
sulta para tomar una decisin.
Chibas pas la noche bien pe-
ro sta maana se not que cm*
peoraba y los mdicos que o a-
tienen ordenaron que se le hi-
cieran nuevas radiografas.
Se inaugura maana la Escuela de Medicina
Vista de la fachada de la Escuela de Medicina de la Universidad de Panam que maana sa
inaugurar en acto solemne presidido por el Excmo. Sr. Presidente de la Repblica, Don Alci-
bades Arosemena. Esta escuela Inici sus labores el 21 de Mayo pasado con los cursos corres-
pondientes al primer ao, en los que estn matriculados 1 alumnos panameos, 3 norteameri-
canos v 2 costarricenses. Su direccin est a cargo del Dr. Manuel Moreno, Profesor de Ana-
toma, ex-interno de los hospitales de Pars, Prosector de la Facultad de Medicina de Pars, es-
pecialmente contratado por la Universidad. Integran el cuerpo de profesores adems los Dres.
Juan Miguel Herrera (Catedrtico de Histologa). Enid de Rodaniche (Bacteriologa). Mariano
Grrix (Psiquiatra). Julio A. Lavergne (Introduccin a la Medicina). La presencia de cinc*
alumnos extranjeros en este primer ao demuestra la atraccin que est llamada a ejerces en
la juventud de los pases del continente la Facultad de Medicina de Panam.

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Por DREW PEARSON
LOS TRAG1C0C ACCIDENTES
AUTOMOVILSTICOS
En los ltimos das la comunidad ha lamen-
tado varios accidentes automovilsticos, algunos de
los cuales han dejado trgicos saldos. El asunto ne-
cesariamente tiene que preocupar a todos en ge-
neral, por cuanto se trata de un serio problema
que afecta la seguridad de los asociados.
Constantemente se han hecho llamadas por la
prensa en el sentido de que dicten medidas seve-
ral contra los infractores de las leyes del trn-
sito. Asimismo, se ha hecho campaa para que
todos los conductores de vehculos tomen las debi-
das precauciones para reducir, hasta donde fuese
posible, el riesgo que implica el movimiento auto-
movilstico en las calles y carreteras del pas.
No obstante esta labor periodstica, no parece
haberse logrado mayor cosa ya que ni se advier-
ten castigos adecuados para los transgresores, ni
tampoco se nota el lgico celo que, de parte de los
conductores, debera observarse en lo que a pre-
cauciones se refiere.
El problema del trnsito en Panam est ad-
quiriendo, a no dudarlo, proporciones alarmantes,
especialmente en las carreteras. Es, pues, absolu-
tamente necesario que, en tista del grave peligro,
se piense seriamente en el asunto y se haga un
esfuerzo preciso para conjurar el mal que cada
da se acenta con mayor intensidad.
' El tema en cuestin abarca tantos aspectos que
no es posible incluirlos en un comentario editorial.
Sin cho de que casi todos los accidentes que se regis-
tran aqu tienen como causa fundamental impru-
dencias temerarias de los choferes. Por otra par-
te, es conveniente aclarar que existe una palpable
irregularidad en lo que a seales de trnsito se re-
fiere. En los lugares ms o menos comprometidos
de nuestras carreteras estas seales, que son in-
dispensables, no estn colocadas en lo absoluto o,
si lo estn, no siguen, generalmente, las reglas es-
tablecidas para que llenen el cometido que les co-
responjte. Como se sabe, de acuerdo con el ries-
go potencial en determinado lugar, las seales de-
ben estar a una distancia adecuada, especialmen-
te para que, los vehculos que marchan con acele-
rada velocidad, puedan aminorar sta antes de lle-
gar al punto que se considera peligroso.
El problema del trnsito debe ser tratado en
Panam con un criterio tcnico y severo de parte
de las autoridades. De lo contrario la comunidad
tendr que seguir lamentando, con extraordinaria
frecuencia, trgicos accidentes con su grave saldo
de dolor y de muerte.
EL 'AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BA'ATO Y EFECTIVO
Drew Pearson dice: El Presidente Truman se esto interesan-
do en la campaa que se avecina; el Gran Mufti pag
para que asesinaran a los rabes amigos del occidente.
sin* al Rey Abdullah de
Transjordania, no se sabe que
el Oran Mufti, quien fue a-
fente pagado al servicio de
Hitler en el Medio Oriente,
ha conseguido el mismo pues-
to con Mosc.
El Mufti se ha presentado
en varias reuniones a travs
de| Medio Oriente como ins-
trumento de Mosc a fin de
provocar una revuelta contra
el occidente. Y para demos-
trar que el Kremlin es gran
amigo de los rabes, el Mufti
esta dedicado a establecer
una Universidad rabe en
Varsovia.
Ms an, todo parece indi-
car que el Gran Mufti y sus
agentes fueron quienes diri-
gieron la agitacin contra los
britnicos en Egipto' el asesi-
nato del ex-Premler de Irn y
de otros dirigentes amigos del
occidente.
Un aspecto significativo de
las operaciones del Mufti es
la forma en que los nazis y
comunistas no slo han usa-
do las mismas, tcticas, sino
que han puesto su dinero en
las manos del mismo hombre.
Durante la guerra, Hitler y
Mussolini le pagaron al Muf-
ti cerca de medio milln de
dlares. el 5 de abril de
1945, un mes antes de termi-
nar la guerra, los nazis fir-
maron un contrato con el
Mufti para que siguiera agi-
tando el Cercano Oriente.
Aunque Hitler se suicid po-
co despus, el Mufti est cum-
pliendo su parte del contrato.
WASHINGTON. El Pre-
sidente Truman ha enviado
un memorndum confidencial
a todos lot miembros de su
Gabinete ordenndoles que se
entrevisten con el presidente
del Directorio Nacional De-
mcrata. William Boyle, antes
de presentarse en pblico fue-
ra de Washington.
Hay personas que piensan
que esto significa que Harry
S. Truman piensa lanzarse de
nuevo, ya que es la primera
vez que ha enviado instruc-
ciones polticas formales a su
Gabinete. De todas maneras,
he aqui el memorndum con-
fidencial:
'El seor Boyle, Presidente
del Directorio Nacional De-
mcrata, me ha hecho una
sugestin la cual pienso que
tiene gran valor. El seor
Boyle quisiera our cuando los
miembros del Gabinete pien-
sen salir de Washington con
el objeto de pronunciar dis-
cursos en otras comunidades
le avisen con anticioacin con
el fin de prepararles un re-
cibimiento adecuado:
"Piensa el seor Boyle que
esto no solo ayudar al pres-
tigio de los funcionarios den-
tro de la comunidad, sino que
le dar a nuestros dirigentes
locales oportunidad de apare- l
eer en pblico, lo cual es muy I
necesario dentro de una or-
ganizacin poltica.
"Apreciara mucho que se
sira este procedimiento".
En otras palabras, el Pre-
sidente dio una orden muy
fina, pero positiva.
COMUNISMO EN EL
ORIENTE
Aunque se ha sabido que
un agente del ex-Gran Mufti
de Jerusaln fue quien ase-
Decreto Ley que reforma la
Ley Orgnica de la Caja del
Seguro Social firmado ayer
Jamones
Importados
PEK
KRAKVS
DREWS
los ofrece:
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MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIN
CONCURSO DE TRASLADOS
Se hace saber que existen, adems de 1as anunciadas el
21 del me* prximo pasado, las siguientes ctedras vacantes:
Colegio FELIX OLIVARES C: Una (1) regular de
Ciencia General. Una (1) interina de Mecano-
grafa c Ingls.
Panam, Agosto de 1951.
Hacen un llamado
a los rojos para
establecer la paz
NUEVA YORK, agosto ft.
iUSIB> Un funcionarlo de la
Organizacin de los Veteranos
de Guerra de los Estados Uni-
dos, en discurso dirigido a. la
Juventud de los pases del blo-
aue sovitico, expres la opinin
e que "es posible a la Juventud
del mundo crear una comuni-
dad de paz y libertad".
El llamado fue hecho el do-
mingo por Curts Campalgne
Jr., vicepresidente del Comit
de Veteranos Americanos. Fue
dirigido a los delegados que a-
hora estn en el sector sovi-
tico de Berln son motivo del
festival comunista de la Juven-
tud Mundial
"Este mensaje", dijo Cam-
palgne, "os llega de los lvenes
americanos que lucharon contra
el totalitarismo y la tirana en
la segunda guerra mundial. Nos
dirigimos a vosotros porque so-
mos vuestros amigos y quere-
mos que vosotros seals nuestros
amigos".
Campalgne Indic que el fes-
tival comunista, reunido en la
ciudad desde la cual Hitler di-
rigi la guerra agresiva contra
las otras naciones, tiene las mis-
mas caractersticas y los mis-
mos objetivos que las reuniones
Juveniles provocadas por Hitler.
"Vuestras dirigentes dicen que
os estis reuniendo en Inters
de la paz", dijo. "Pero mirad en
torno vuestro".
Representan la paz esos le-
mas de odio v reglmentacln.
No os dejis engaar. La pre-
sunta revolucin por la cual es-
tis marchando y cantarrdo
qued expuesta hace mucho
tiempo como una reaccin to-
talitaria.
"Vuestros dirigentes viejos v
cansados slo os ofrecen gue-
rra. Inseguridad, opresin, ten-
sin, mentiras, tocan la puerta
a media noche enmascarados
detrs de deslumbrantes estan-
dartes y desfiles".
DECRETO No...
(de 7 de agosto de 1951)
por el cual se reforma la
Ley 134 de 27 d abril de 1943,
orgnica de la Caja de Seguro
Social.
El Presidente de la Repblica,
en ejercicio de las faculta-
des extraordinarias que le con-
fiere el Inciso h), articulo lo.
de la ley No. 44 de 14 de Junio
de 1951, odo el concepto fa-
vorable del Consejo de Ga-
binete y con aprobacin de la
Comisin Legislativa Permanen-
te,
DECRETA:
Artculo Primero: B ttulo
Primero de la Ley No. 134 de 27
de abril de 1943, quedar asi:
TITULO PRIMERO
"Articulo lo.La Caja de Se-
guro Social creada por la ley 23,
de 21 de marzo de 1941, subro-
gada por la Ley 134 de 27 de
abril de 1943, y refosmada por
los decretos leyes nmeros 22,
de 22 de mayo de 1947, y 21,
de 25 de septiembre de 1950, es
una entidad autnoma del Es-
tado; de derecho pblico, con
personalidad Jurdica, patrimo-
nio propio y fondos distintos de
los de la Administracin pbli-
ca.
"Artculo 2oEl Seguro So-
cial cubrir, de acuerdo con lo
establecido en las disposiciones
legales pertinentes, los riesgos
de Enfermedad, Maternidad, In-
validez, Vejez y Muerte.
"Articulo 3o.El Seguro So-
cial ser obligatorio:
a) Para todo empleado al
servicio del Estado, las Provin-
cias, los Municipios, las entida-
des autnomas y seml autno-
mas y las organizaciones p-
blicas descentralizadas;
b) Para todo empleado al
servicio de personas o entidades
privadas;
c) Para toda persona que
trabaje como independente,
siempre que sus ingresos anua-
les lquidos como tal sean in-
feriores a la. suma de B. 1,200.00
anuales, conforme a la ltima
declaracin del impuesto sobre
a renta.
"Artculo 4o.El Seguro So-
cial ser voluntarlo:
a) Para los independientes
cuyos ingresos anuales como
tales excedan de la suma de
B. 1,200.00 conforme a la ulti-
ma declaracin del impuesto
sobre la renta.
b) Para las personas que
hayan dejado de estar sujetas
al rgimen obligatorio del Se-
guro Social.
o Para el cnyuge e hijos
menores de diez y seis <16> aos
de edad de los asegurados In-
cluidos dentro de la. obligato-
Pargrafo La Caja de Se-
guro Social establecer las con-
diciones de admisin de los a-
segurados voluntarlos.
"Artculo 5Quedan exentos
de 1* obligacin del Seguro So-
cial: ,
a) Las personas que al in-
gresar por primera vez en un
servicio sujeto al rgimen del
Seguro Social hubieren cum-
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Un representante designado
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Pargrafo 1La eleccin.de>
ros representantes de los em-
pleados, los patronos y la ban-
ca, ser hecha directamente por
pido, la edad de 80 aos, si
fueren varones, y la de 55, s
fueren mujeres.
b) El cnyuge, padres e hi-
jos menores de 16 aos del pa-
trono, en cuanto trabajen por
cuenta de ste.
c) Los empleados domsticos.
d) Los empleados ocasiona-
les ocupados en trabajos extra-
os a la naturaleza de la em-
presa.
el Los empleados estaciona-
les. ,
f) Los empleados agrcolas.
g) Los empleados a domici-
lio.
Pargrafo. La Caja de Se-
guro Social podr establecer, de
acuerdo con sus posibilidades
administrativas, y las condicio-
nes del ambiente nacional y
previa aprobacin del rgano
Ejecutivo, el Seguro Social obli-
gatorio de uno o ms de los
grupos comprendidos en los a-
cpites c), d), e), f) y f) de
este articulo, dentro del rgi-
men general o mediante reg-
menes especiales.
"Artculo 8A fin de mejorar
las prestaciones que concede el
presente decreto-ley, la Caja de
Seguro Social podr celebrar
contratos de seguro facultati-
vo o adicional con determina-
das empresas o grupos da ase-
gurados.
"Artculo 7Se establece el
Seguro Familiar en beneficio del
cnyuge e hijos menores de diez
y seis (16) aos de edad de
los asegurados, en los trminos
previstos en la ley nmero 134
de 1943, y en el presente decre-
to-ley. Se faculta a la Caja de
Seguro Social para incluir den-
tro del Seguro Familiar a otros
familiares a sargo del asegura-
do, asi como para reglamentar
sobre las condiciones y benefi-
cios que crea conveniente al
mismo.
"Artculo Es obligacin del
patrono inscribir en la Caja de
Seguro Social a todo empleado
que Ingrese a su servicio y es-
tuviere sujeto al rgimen obli-
gatorio del Seguro y no hubie-
re sido Inscrito con anteriori-
dad.
La Caja de Seguro Social en-
tregar a cada empleado Ins-
crito una libreta de afiliacin.
"Articulo 9La Caja de Se-
guro Social reglamentar los
plazos y la forma de Inscripcin
de las empresas patronales y
sus empleados, de los Indepen-
dientes, asi como el uso de la
libreta de afiliacin.
"Articulo 10La Caja de Se-
guro Social podr efectuar Ins-
cripciones generales de la em-
presas y empleados sometidos-a
la obligatoriedad del seguro, y
levantar censos, segn las nor-
mas que se establezcan en cada
caso. '
"Artculo 11L Junta Di-
rectiva resolver los casos de
duda respecto a la obligacin
de afiliarse al Seguro Social y
todo conflicto relativo a la a-
plicacln de lo dispuesto tn
esta Titulo. _, _.. ,
Artculo Segundo: El Titulo
Segundo de la ley numero 134
de 1943, modificada por el de-
creto ley nmero ai, de 25 de
septiembre de 1980. quedar asi:
TITULO SEGUNDO /*
De la Administracin
"Artculo 12La direccin y
administracin de la Caja de
Seguro Social estaran a cargo
de una Junta Directiva, de un
Gerente y de un Consejo Tc-
n 'Artculo 13El rgano de co-
municacin entre la Caja de
Seguro 8oclal y el Estado sera
el Ministerio de Trabajo, Pre-
visin Social y Salud Publica.
Corresponder a la Contralo-
ria Oeneral de la Repblica fis-
calizar a la Caja de Seguro
Social en los trminos del ar-
ticulo 224 de la Constitucin
"Articulo 14La Junta Direc-
tiva de la Caja de Seguro So-
cial se compondr de ios
gulentes miembros:
El Ministro de Trabajo. Pre-
visin Social y Salud Publica,
quien la presidir, solo con de-
recho a voz.
Un representante de loa em-
pleados pblicos.
Un representante de los em-
pleados particulares.
Un representante de los pa-
los sectores respectivos, confor- b) El pasar un director a ser
me a un reglamento que die- subalterno de otro director,
tara la Caja con aprobacin del
rgano Ejecutivo. El represen-
tante patronal ser necesaria-
mente patrono y en tal ca-
rcter deber haber aportado
cuotas a la Caja durante un
tiempo no menor de dos aos.
El representante de los emplea-
dos deber pertenecer al grupo
representado y tener acredita-
das veinticuatro cotizaciones
mensuales.
Pargrafo 2No podr ser
nombrado miembro de la Junta
Directiva quien, tuviere paren-
tesco con e.1 Oerente o sub-Ge-
rente dentro del cuarto grado
de consanguinidad o segundo de
afinidad.
Pargrafo 3.El Contralor
General de la Repblica o, en
su lugar, el Sub-Contralor Oe-
neral, podr asistir a las sesio-
nes de la Junta Directiva con
las mismas prerrogativas de los
otros directores, pero sin dere-
cho a voto.
"Articulo 15Cada miembro
principal de la Junta Directiva
miembro ser elegido por el
tiempo que faltare para termi-
nar el respeotlvo periodo.,
Artculo 17^eauarn va-
cante absoluta del cargo de
miembro de la Junta Directiva:
a)' La muerte, la destitucin
por sentencia judicial, la', renun>
ca aceptada y la ausencia del
pas por ms d seis, meses.
c) En los casos del repre-
sentante de los empleados p-
blicos o de los particulares, el
de pertenecer al grupo que re-
presentan por un trmino ma-
yor de seis meses.
d) El representante patronal
cuando deje de pagar cuotas al
Seguro Social, en su calidad
de patrono, por dos meses.
"Articulo 18Son atribuciones
y deber! de la Junta Direc-
tiva:
a) Vigilar el funcionamiento
de la Caja de Seguro Social.
b) Expedir y reformar los
reglamentos y los acuerdos de
carcter normativo de confor-
midad con las disposiciones le-
gales' vigentes.
c) Crear las sucursales, a-
gencias, departamentos, seccio-
nes, y cargos que fueren nece-
sarios para la buena marcha
de la Caja de Seguro Social, y
sealar sus funciones.
d) Expedir los.planes gene-
rales de Inversiones y los res-
pectivos presupuestos anuales.
tendr un suplente que le sus- conforme a las disposiciones le-
tltulr en sus faltas tmpora- gales.
les y absolutas y el cual ser
elegido en igual forma que los
principales. Los suplentes po-
drn asistir a todas las sesio-
nes de la Junta Directiva, pe-
ro no tendrn derecho a voto
ni a honorarios, sino cuando
acten .en sustitucin de los
principales.
La Junta Directiva ser pre-
sidida por el Ministro de Tra-
bajo, Previsin Social y Salud
Pblica o su suplente, y en
ausencia de ambos por uno de
sus miembros elegidos por ma-
yora de votos para tal fin.
"Articulo 16El periodo de
los miembros de la Junta Di-
rectiva ser de cuatro aos. En
e) Expedir y reformar los
presupuestos anuales de sueldos
y gastos de ,1a Caja de Seguro
Social. .
f) Aprobar las inversiones y
gastos de la Caja de Seguro- So-
cial que excedan de B. 6,000.00.
) Aprobar los balances.
) Nombrar, a propuesta de-
la Contralora General, al Au-
ditor General, de la Caja y se-
alarle funciones.
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en las resoluciones y acuerdos
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MIRCOLES. AGOSTO 8, 1M1
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TRE8-
Los amotinados Polacos que
buscaron asilo en Suecia no
sern entregados por ahora
ESTOCOLMO, Agosto 8 (UP)
Las autoridades demorarn
por lo menos una semana an-
tea de decidir acerca los 16 po-
lacos que despus de huir de su
patria dominada por los sovi-
ticos han pedido asilo politico.
A puertas cerradas, en Lands-
krona. los funcionarios escucha-
ron la sensacional narracin
de los 12, marineros que se a-
motlnaron en un barreminas v
los cuatro que llegaron en a-
vin.
Los marineros encerraron a
los oficiales y dirigieron el ba-
rreminas a puerto sueco el vier-
nes. Los otros cuatro ties
hombres y una seora se ro-
baron un viejo monoplano y
despus de dominar a los guar-
dias del aerdromo levantaron
vuelo en zig-zag sobre el Bltico
hasta llegar a Malmo.
El diarlo de Estocolmo "Af-
tonbladet" dijo que el motn es
un delito gravsimo y que el ca-
so de los marineros ser estu-
diado cuidadosamente, pero a-
consej que se les concediera
refugio aun cuando creara un
problema con Polonia.
El diario dijo que "Suecia no
puede negarse a recibirlos aun
cuando el caso de los 12 amoti-
nados ae convierta en un asunto
molesto", agregando a conti-
nuacin que "en la actual situa-
cin poltica debe ejercerse el
mayor cuidado".
En relacin con la fuga de los
otros cuatro en avin el diarlo
dice que "parece que algo ex-
cepcional est sucediendo en
Polonia". .
Los comunistas de los E.U.
tienen acceso a los secretos
diplomticos y de la defensa
WASHINGTON. Agosto 7 Loa Investigadores del Senado
afirmaron haber descubierto
que los comunistas y simpatiza-
dores del comunismo tienen ac-
ceso a los "secretos de defensa
y diplomticos ms celosamen-
te guardados" de la nacin, y
dijeron que pedirn al Senado
que corrija tal situacin.
El demcrata Pat McCarran,
Presidente de la Comisin de
Seguridad Interna hizo esa de-
claracin al publicar el informe
de las audiencias efectuadas
por parte de la Comisin en
Nueva York sobre las activida-
des de la "Asociacin Norte-
americana de Comunicaciones"
de tendencias comunistas.
Segn las declaraciones de
testigos, los miembros del Sin-
dicato expulsados del "Congreso
de Organizaciones Industriales"
ior mantenerse muy cerca de la
nea del Partido Comunista
pueden interceptar mensajes
enviados por la Western Union
y otras lineas telegrficas.
El Subcomit recomendar lo
siguiente:
1) Que el Congreso apruebe
una. ley que niegue certificados
como agentes de negociadores
de los contratos de trabajo a los
Sindicatos que se compruebe es-
tn dominados por comunistas.
21 Que se enve al Departa-
ment de Justicia copla de las
audiencias del Subcomit para
que proceda contra los funcio-
narlos de la Asociacin de Co- j
municaclones que puedan ha-
ber cometido perjurio al firmar'
declaraciones Juradas negando!
ser comunistas, segn lo estl- [
pula la lev Taft-Hartley.
Hasta ahora hav siete fun-!
clonarlos de la Asociacin a los
que se menciona como ex-co-
munistas 0 comunistas. Al ser
citados a las audiencias se ne-!
garon a contestar alegando que:
sus declaraciones podran incul-
parlos.
Una nueva obra de
riego inauguraron
en Estados Unidos
TRACY, California. Agosto 8
(SIS) Adolfo Orive Alba.
Ministro de Recursos Hidruli-
cos de Mxico, ha rendido tri-
buto al pueblo de los Estados
Unidos por el desarrollo de sus
sistemas de conservacin de
Or** Alba habl ante 5,000
personas que participaron en las
ceremonias de la inauguracin
formal de la estacin de bom-
Debemos forjar la
seguridad nuestra
contra los rojos
FILADELFIA. Agosto 8 (U3IS)
El mundo libre debe forjar
su seguridad colectiva como una
advertencia a la Unin Soviti-
ca y sus satlites, en el sentido
de que "la agresin no paga",
.segn ha declarado el Embaja-
dor Ernest Gross, subjefe de .a
delegacin de los Esiados Uni-
dos en las Naciones Unidas.
En discurso pronunciado aqui.
Groas dijo que el xito de una
comunidad internacional paci-
fica y estable depende de los
esfuerzos cooperativos de todas
las naciones. El seor Gross a-
segur:
"En el mundo libre no hav
tribunas para espectadores: to-
dos debemos estar Juntos en el
terreno".
Al hablar en una comida y
reunin de la Primara Divisin
de Marina. Gross dijo que "la
oposicin al imperialismo comu-
nista es un poderoso elemento
para unir al mundo libre", pero
que ello en si no es suficiente.
Di'o que el mundo libre debe
recibir el ferviente apoyo de la
vasta poblacin del mundo, a-
yudando a las reglones Ubres
que necesitan asistencia tcnica,
contra "los seculares enemigos
que son la pobreza, la enferme-
dad y el temor a la conquista".
beo en Tracy, en las montaas
al Este de San Francisco. Ms
de 30 distinguidos visitantes ex-
tranjeros se hallaban entre la
muchedumbre que Dresenci la
apertura de este sistema de rip-
eo que conducir el apua a una
distancia de ms de 500 millas.
La estacin de bombeo de
Tracy es parte del sistema del
Valle Central, el cual controla
el agua para riego y energa
elctrica: la obra fue construida
por la Oficina de Rehabilita-
cin del gobierno federal con
ajuste a planos de la Divisin
de Recursos Hidrulicos de Ca-
lifornia, costo de cuatrocientos
millones de dlares. Millares de
acres se beneficiarn de este
sistema de Irrigacin.
Rinde informe al Ministerio
de Educacin el Director de
la Escuela Manuel J. Hurtado
Se relaciona con el anteproyecto que desarrolla el
artculo 137 de la ley orgnica de educacin
8r. Ovidio A. De Len
Director de Educacin
Primarla.
Estimado seor:
Con el deseo de cooperar en
todo Jo relacionado con la Edu-
cacin y aceptando la partici-
pacin que el Ministerio de E-
ducacln da a todos los maes-
tros de la Repblica, en la dls- i
cusln de los problemas que
ms le ataen, la Escuela r,i-
nuel Jos Hurlado, enva a us-
ted el informe que rindi la
comisin encargada de estudiar
y hacer recomendaciones al An-
teproyecto de Decreto que des-,
arrolla el Articulo 137 de la Ley
47 de 1946, Orgnica de Edu-
cacin.
Informe reudido por la comisin
de la escuela Manuel Jos Hur-
tado sobre el anteproyecto que
desarrolla el Articulo 137 de la
Ley Orgnica de Educacin
Como parle importante de es-
te informe y por tal razn apa-
rece en primer lugar, quere-
mos hacer llegar a las autori-
dades del Ramo una solicitud
directa que hacemos; teniendo
como base para ello la expe-
riencia y la aplicacin de le-
yes psicolgicas y pedaggicas.
SI bien es cierto, que son ne-
cesarias las sanciones para co-
rregir las fallas y depurar al
Magisterio Nacional, queremos
pedir algo de urgente necesi-
dad: Que se dicten las medidas
necesarias para dar estimulas
en su labor al maestro. Ello
dara tal vez mejores resultados
que un Decreto de Sanciones.
En nuestras filas, hay maes-
tros esforzados que han dado
sus mejores aos de vida a la
dura labor de ensear y Jams
han recibido por esto la menor
seal de reconocimiento. El
maestro de escuela, mal remu-
nerado y por lo tanto peor si-
tuado en nuestra sociedad. Ja-
ms ha recibido una voz de
aliento, ni de los padres de
familia ni del Ministerio de E-
ducacin y es per tal razn que
en no pocos cases esto ha con-
tribuido a desmejorar su labor.
Esperamos pues, que una po-nas interesadas directamen'e. se refiere. La tica profesional
lit lea a base de bien organiza-
dos estmulos, compacte las fi-
las del Magisterio Nacional y
que en un futuro no muy le-
jano, el Decreto de Sanciones
no tenga aplicacin entre los
maestros, que como bien lo dice,
este nombre debe ser modelo
?ara la comunidad donde ejer-
za su digno ministerio.
En el articulo 2o. aparte h,
queremos hacer constar que no
corresponde a las autoridades
del ramo medidas a este res-
pecto. El maestro que no cum-
ple con sus compromisos eco-
nmicos, tiene la sancin de los
tribunales de justicia a los que
no dejan de acudir las perso-
.1 maestro cuya paga es tan impide a los maestros ocupar
exigua, la recibe generalmente posiciones con perjuicio de> sus
muy atrasada y euo le obliga
a contraer compromisos que no
1
puede cumplir a tiempo. Page-
sele con exactitud, ya q' ello es
un derecho adquirido hasta por
el empleado de ms nfima ca-
tegora.
El aparte 1. de este mismo
articulo, no establece con cla-
ridad a qu Influencias extra-
as ni a qu favores especiales
) de.
compaeros de trabajo y en
contra de la Ley 47 Orgnica
de Educacin. Sin embargo, usar
niiluencias en beneficio de una
causa noble, a favor de deter-
minada persona o grupo de per-
sonas, no puede reprocharse a
ningn educador. Este aparte,
tal como est, parece un aten-
tado i Mitra las libertades indi-
(Pasa a la Pgina 6. Columna 5)
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ABANICOS ESPAOLES
vario* diseos
I
PARAGUAS
un ran surtido
PARAGUAS PLEGABLES
al escoger
TIJERAS ALEMANAS
para bordar unas costura
para escolares baby, de(de
25c. en adelante.
[fiara I lios
CAMISAS POLO
de 4 a 12 ao*
con dibujos y en
colorea surtidos
a 85<
CAMISAS POLO
lisas colorea varios
tamao chico medio grand*
a 75*
JACKETS
Impermeable* para la lluvia
colores al escoger, de
4 a 16 aos.
PIJAMAS
Tirios tamaos
a rayas y en colores
de 4 a 16 aos
MEDIAS GALATEX
a rayas en tamaos (urtidos
Si tiene articulaciones inflamadas y doloridas, consullc en
tegiiiUa al medico, i No se ciponga a la arlr.lil reumaloidei
Las Afacciona Raumticas han tullido a la
humanidad por innumerables generaciones. La
ms seria de ellasla artritis reumaioideha
venido incapacitando a millones de personas
ao tras ao. Pero ahora surge ante las v ctimas
de la artritis reumaioide un futuro alentador.
Las nuevas drogas y los nuevos recursos tera-
puticos* demuestran su gran eticada para
aliviar la incapacidad martirizante que causa
esta dolencia. Ms del 60% de los artriticos
puede restablecerse hoy diasi el tratamiento
mdico comienzo a tiempo.
La artritis reumaioide es proimhapuede atacar cualquier
trllnlacltm o latas Ul u.ue se sealan arriba.
La artritis raumatoida ataca con ms frecuencia
entre los 20 y los 50 aos de edad-y en pro-
porcin 3 veces mayor a mujeres que a
hombres. Puede comenzar con dolor e infla-
macin de una o dus pequeas articulaciones.
Desatendida, puede desarrollarse y tullir una o
todas las articulaciones arriba indicadas. Puede
venir con anemia, prdida de peso, atrofia
muscular y depresin mental. Consulte a su
mdico en seguida si tiene articulaciones infla-
madas y doloridas. II diagnstico precoz puede
conducirlo al restablecimiento.
Por asedio de recintos leraputicoi modernos y noctal drogas,
al mdico puede hacer mucho para tenar la anrrtia.
La artritis ne daba privarla a uaied de una vida
plena y til. Su mdico puede hacer mucho
para vencer los dolores y los efectos del tulli-
miento. Las nuevas drogas, medidas dietticas,
y equipo moderno, son las armas que l usa
para restablecerle. Pero es preciso que usted
le preste su pronta y completa cooperacin.
Por eso, siga los consejos de su mdico. Y no (*
deje dominar por el temor! Recuerde, su
oportunidades de vencer la artritis reumatoide
bajo ia atencin de su mdico son ahora
mayores que nunca.
Este es un anuncio de una serie dedicada a los
problemas de higiene y salud pblica. Al leerlo, apreciar
usted cmo la colaboracin estrecha con su mdico no slo
puede proteger sino mejorar tu bienestar fsico y menial,
permitindole disfrutar de una vida ms larga y saludable.
a laai, B. a. asuiM a sana
Squibb
PRODUCTOS FARMACUTICOS
DESDE 1858
Un nuevo surtido de
CORSES
de la conocida marea
"Fahion Hour"
CORSES
rnre.jilladnx
adelante y atrs
i-AJAS
abrochadas a un lado
largas y cortas
FAJAS
con zipper
de tela y elstico
elsticas solas
CARTERAS LAVABLES
en varios colores
Lnea completa de lo famosos
PRODUCTOS DE BELLEZA
BAZAR FRANCES
HEURTEMATTE Y CA.
Plaza de Santa Ana Panam
i HOY a las 8:30 p. m.
en las emisoras de la
RADIO PROGRAMAS
CONTINENTAL!
' 4

/HOSfGrlj,
con las famosas
HNAS. CAPRINO
la gran orquesta de RAUL LA VIST A
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. .y la actuacin especial He
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PAGINA CUATRO
R. PANAMA AMERICA -" DIARIO INPEPNIBKTt
i. '
' MIRCOLES, AGOSTO I, 1*51
Los natariegos solicitan al
Presidente de la Repblica
la construccin de escuela
Numerosos na-.aitegos se han
; dirigido al Ministro ue Units
Pblicas en sclicitud de una es-
cuela pblica en vista del las-
timoso estado en que se en-
cuentran los locales escolares
que sirven a esa comunidad.
La siguiente es la carta diri-
gida al Ministro de Otras Pu-
blicas:
Nata, Agosto 2. de 1951
Excelentsimo seor
Norberto Navarro.
Ministro de Obras Pblicas,
Panam.
Seor Ministro:
Un problema de trascendental
importancia para la educacin
ue los nios de Nata nos mueve
hoy a elevar muy respetuosa-
mente a su Excelencia el pre-
sente memorial en solicitud u.uy
justiciera, para que por su ula-
no conducto interponga s.:;
buenos oficios en favor de una
necesidad y vieja aspiracin ri.
este pueblo, cual es la que se le
haga una escuela nueva que
responda a las necesidad del lu-
go r y dentro de los requisitos
pedaggicos que reclaman I03
tiempos actuales.
A Nata le hicieron una escue-
tl de madera all por el ao. Ue
1E12 con capacidad para 8 au-
las Por aumento de matricula
todas estas aulas fueron dividi-
das en dos, siendo por ello su-
mamente estrechas, obscuras e
incmodas. El Gobierno Nacio-
nal est pagando en la actuali-
dad alquileres en casas particu-
lares porque ni las subdivisio-
nes que se han hecho han po-
dido resolver el problema de au-
mento de matricula. Ahora ii.ls-
mo se ha presentado el caso por
el mismo motivo, de aumentar
un grado ms. para lo cual re
ha solicitado oiro local parti-
cular.
Las escuelas que tenemos en
U actualidad, despus de ser in-
suficientes, se encuentran en
psimas condiciones que se lu-
ce necesario su reparacin- Foro
cada '2 3 aos se 'nacen las
mismas reparaciones y stas no
resuelven el problema de la in-
suficiencia.
En virtud de todo lo expuesto,
solicitamos a Ud. muy encare-
cidamente, tanto la Sociedad
"Nata Adelante", como el Per-
scne.l Docente y Educando y el
pueblo en general, recomiende
la construccin de una escuela
para Nata como algo de ras-'.n
y de justicia y se eviten ms re-
paraciones que. como decimos,
en nada resuelven el problema
de la estrechez e insuficiencia
dt las actuales escuelas.
Confiando en sus gestiones
que a no dudarlo satisfarn lss
aspiraciones nuestras,
Del Sr. Ministro. Attos y S. 8.,
Moiss Nararro K, Vicente
Prados, Andrs Collado. Jos Gil
Navarro, Marcelina O. de Nava-
rro, Toms Abel Wong. Esteban
Navarro R., Fernando Fernn-
dez Q., Aurelio Prados. Santiago
Martnez, .Augusto. Berrocal
Magdalrno Tejada B Vctor
M. Reyes, Samuel Navarro T.
Itafael Checa. Raimundo Nava-
rro R, Saturnino Martinez, A-
quilino Checa, Flix A. Luna,
Humberto Quezada. Carmelo So-
lano. Elias Solieron II.. Hilario
A. Navarro, Adriano Macias. Hi-
lario Navarro Jr., Cristino Agui-
lar, Carmen de Navarro. Justo
Cadena. Moiss Rangel. Juan B.
Aino M, Gregorio Way, Rosa
Ros. Marciano Rosales. Enrique
Eevillano, Florencio Ramos.
Slgen ms firmas
****.
El Mfro. Navarro reanuda los trabajos del Manicomio de Los Santos
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El Ministro de Obras Pblicas, Inr. Norberto Navarro, reanud ios trabajos de la construccin del Manicomio de Loa Santos,
los cuales hablan quedado paralizados desde hace varios aos, i n la primera fotografa vemos al Ministro Navarro en el mo-
mento en que pona a funcionar la mezcladora de concreto y en la segunda al propio Ministro transportando la primera ca-
rretada de concreto con la que se reanudaron los trabajos. El pueblo de Los Santos venia clamando desde hace tiempo por
la terminacin del Manicomio, obra que sin duda alguna reportar grandes beneficio* al pas.
HORIZONTALES:
1Dios de los licores.
SPlanta hortense.
Cocinar en seco.
12Humor acuoso de la sangre
13Metal precioso.
14Clase de tela.
16Novillo menor de dos aos.
16Portadores de lanzas.
18Cortado con la hoz.
20Muy adornado.
21Nombre de varn.
22Quiera.
28Unidad fsica.
28Departamento de Francia.
30Movimiento de las aguas
del mar.
31Natural de Sajonla.
33Juego espaol de naipes.
34Clase de tela.
36Relativo a los rabes o
Arabia.
SP,Letra castellana.
40Concejal.
41Quieran con adoracin.
44Cuadrumano.
47Cosas agradables al
paladar.
49Instrumento musical.
50Del verbo amar.
51Medida de peso. Abv.
52Forma inglesa de un
nombre de mujer.
53Batracio.
54Cocino en seco.
55Desmenucen con los
dientes.
VERTICALES:
tSesRo.
Medida inglesa de
superficie.
>Cuajar, solidificar un
liquido.
4Con orlas.
6Dependencia de los
imperios.
Afresis de ahora.
Por fi
pife hacer i ii lado
Its Imites fuertes!
"Hace do afios le el anuncio de
ustedes del All-Bran y segu sus
consejos. No he vuelto a tomar,
desde entonces, una
ola pildora o medi-
cina. All-Bran me
regulariz perfecta-
nente". Esto escribe
voluntariamente el
Sr. Frank J. Baum-
txnch. 581 Lathrop -
St.. Columbus. O. A urted le puede
ocurrir lo mismo si tu estreimien-
to se debe a falta de volumen. To-
se ota onza del abroso All Bran
cada da y agua a abundancia.
Pronto ie sentiri otro. Y. (dems.
All Bran lo nutrir, porque os un
7Apellido espaol.
8Recurras en apelacin.
9Nombre de mujer. i
10Fruta tropical.
11 Soldado sin grado.
17Andado.
19Msculos de las espaldas.
23Isla del mar Egeo.
24Extremidad de las aves.
25Estruja.
27Nombre de varn.
28Ave mitolgica.
29Demostrativo.
32Condimento.
35Ciudad de Espaa.
37Lance del juego de bolos.
39Acierte, adivine, Inv.
41Esclava egipcia de
Abraham.
42Domstica.
43Clase de tela.
45Satlite de la Tierra.
46El primer hombre bblico.
48Nosotros.
Federacin santea
elige su directiva
Con la asistencia de la ma-
yora de los representantes de
las agrupaciones que forman la
Federacin de Sociedades Ssn-
teas, esta entidad cvica ale-
br el Domingo pasado una im-
prtante sesin con el fin de es-
coger la Nueva Directiva que ha
de regir sus destinos en el nue-
vo perodo que se inicia.
Llenadas las formalidades que
sealan los Estatutos en mate-
ria eleccionaria, resultaron elec-
tos casi por unanimidad las si-
guientes persona.'::
Presidente, Don Guillermo Es-
pino D; Vicepresidente, Don
Carlos Oaubeca: Secretario. E-
fran Merel: Tesorero, Ezequiel
Ros; Fiscal, Antonio Versara
Comisionado de Prensa. Gusta-
vo Tejara Mora; Comisionado
de Relaciones, Carlos O. Quin-
tero A.
Conociendo la fructfera la-
bor que ha desarrollado hasta
el presente la Federacin de So-
ciedades Santeas, y el amplio
criterio social que guia a los
nuevos dignatarios, se espera de
la nueva directiva una co.i-
nuacln del espritu de trabajo
y tradicin de lucha que han
caracterizado a las anterioras.
Se acord celebrar el Acto de
Toma de Posesin el Sbado IS
de Agosto, acto para el cua! se
est preparando un lucido pro-
al ama que culminar con'un
Ft"" tnico ofrecido a los asl.-
'-'"*"--ente por la
entidad El lugar de reunin, asi
, ueiailes del ac-
to sern dados a conocer opor-
tunamente.
El Ministro Navarro ofreci
a los chinanos construir
varias obras de importancia
DAVID, Agosto 7 (Correspon-
sal) Entre las obras ofrecidas
por el Ministro de Obras Pu-
blicas a la comunidad chlricana
aparece el alumbrado pblico y
privado de la poblacin de A-
lanje para el barrio de Chlriq;.
Estas obras sern comenzabas
brevemente. Entre los tra'ocjos
Los penonomeos
quieren construir
su segundo ciclo
PENONOME, Agosto 7 (Co-
rresponsal) Penonom rea-
firm ayer su decisin de cons-
truir en breve su anhelado ci-
clo secundarlo porque no otra
cosa signific la cooperacin
prestada por el pueblo rali .o a
'..i campaa pro saco de cemen-
to, en la parada cvica de a>er.
Cerca de mil sacos se colec-
taron adems de un elevado t-
porte de dinero en efectivo Pa-
sada la parada, hombres y mu-
jeres de Penonom se fueron a
ios terrenos del ciclo secunda-
rios a prestar su concurso en la
ereccin de los edificios que ya
acusan adelanto. Cada domingo
toma ms impulso la coopera-
cin voluntarla de los peno:io-
n.eos en los trabajos pro ciclo.
Dicen los aguadulceos que
la Escuela Profesional debe
llamarse "Isabel Herrera 0."
.
AGUADULCE, Agosto 7 (Co-
rresponsal) Sociedad "Isabel
Herrera O." del primer ciclo se-
cundarlo de Aguadulce y alum-
nado en general, considerando
que esta prximo a cumplirse
tercer aniversario desaparicin
Isabel Herrera O. tienen
promesa Ministro Educacin he-
cha en esta ciudad, dictar De-
creto para esta fecha dando
nombre Lsabel Herrera O. Ls-
cuela Profesional, honrando su
memoria.. Exalumnas agua il-
ceas y miembros sociedad c^n-
i si ii escuela profesional darles
participacin tambin en pro-
grama que elaborar para cote
justo homenaje ciclo pueblo
rendir tributo su memoria.
N. de la R Informes recogidos
por ste peridico en el Minis-
terio de Educacin indican que
el referido decreto no ha sido
firmado an debido a que tan-
to el personal docente como e-
ducando de la Escuela Profesio-
nal se oponen rotundamente a
que se le cambie el nombre a -
se centro de estudios.
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por realizar que tendrn inicia-
cin una vez sea aprobado el
presupuesto aparecen construc-
cin de caminos vecinales, -al-
mira, Caldera, Horconcitos, Uo-
cadelmonte, Volcancito, Boquete,
Bajo del Monte Dolega y ua-
laca.
Los boqueteos se
quejan de que hay
escasez de agua
DAVID, Agosto 7 (Correspon-
sal) Los habitantes de Lino
en el Boquete, formando un so-
lo ncleo, se han dirigido al Mi-
nistro de Previsin Social soli-
citndole solucionar el grave
problema de esa regin que ca-
rece de agua en el sector ms
'..abitado de ese casero. Los
memorialistas sugieren llevar el
cas a Consejo de Gabinete si
es necesario, ya que el problema
sr. agudiza cada da ms, ofre-
ciendo serios peligros a la pro-
pia salud de los habitante.., y
dificultades durante la cosecha.
Los boqueteos de la regln de
Lino ofrecen sufragar los gastos
de instalacin de la tubera y
solicitan al gobierno central la
tubera necesaria que asciende
a ocho mil pies.
SALUD con
SAL HEPATICA1
Dos cucharaditas de
SAL HEPTICA en un
vaso de agua, bastan
para laxar con rapidez,
suavidad y eficacia. SAL
HEPTICA es una
agradable combinacin
salina y anticida. Las
dosis de SAL HEPTICA
ion ms econmicas
comprando el tamao
mayor.
mawca *ra
VaSBXINF la aar. m latvia* rapa.
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ImWMrio C
AL HEPATIC
Piden de Boquete
que sea arreglado
el parque de all
BOQUETE, Agosto 7 (Corres-
ponsal! El parque de BoqutU
requiere la intervencin del Mi-
nisterio de Obras Pblicas ce
Manera que llene su objetivo de
ornato y punto de recro de los
nios boqueteos. Falta la ins-
talacin del alumbrado elctri-
co y completar el trabajo de o-
tros aspectos de poca significa-
cin econmica. Es lastimoso
que una obra de esta naturaleza
se encuentre Inconclusa, aban-
donada en una ciudad turstica
y en donde las condiciones el
terreno hacen casi imposible lo-
calizar lugares planos donde los
nios puedan recrearse sin pe-
ligro de los vehculos. Estamos
seguros que completada la obra
por el gobierno, los ediles bo-
queteos y los maestros de es-
cuela tomaran las medidas de
embellecimiento de sus jardines
haciendo de ellos un atractivo
ms para el turismo Veraniego
y motivo de orgullo para los ha-*-
bltantei de Boquete.
Reporte Semanal
El Mercado de Arroz
en los Estados Unidos
BL MERCADO ESTA INACTIVO i tico el Rexoro No. 1 estaba esti-
los mercados del arroz se en-
contraban inactivos durante la
ltima semana de Julio ya que
los compradores de arroz Des-
cascarado estn esperando las
ofertas de la nueva cosecha, de
acuerdo con Informes suminis-
trados por el Departamento de
Agricultura de Estados Unaos.
La nueva cosecha contina pro-
gresando favorablemente tanto
en el clnturn arrocero del sur
como en California, a excep-
cin del suroeste de Louaiar.a
en donde la sequia ha causado
algunas prdidas
ARROZ EN-CASCARA
No hubieron cambios ds im-
portancia en las perspectiva--
para la nueva cosecha durante
la ltima semana de Julio y los
clculos continan siendo op-
timistas. La recoleccin de la
nueva cosecha comenz en algu-
nos sectores de Louslana.
Bn los dems sectores de Loui-
siana las perspectivas de una
buena cosecha continan sien-
do buenas y se espera que la
recoleccin comience sta se-
mana.
La nueva cosecha mejor no-
tablemente en California en
donde una ola de calor de va-
rios dias beneficiaron notable-
mente a algunas secciones en
donde el crecimiento fu retar-
dado por la baja temperatura.
ARROZ DESCASCARADO
Las transacciones de arroz
descascarado estuvieron casi pa-
ralizadas en los centros priu^i*
pales de molienda ya que han
habido muy pocos pedidos. La
mayora de los molinos estn
cumpliendo contratos anteriores.
Un gran nmero de molinos ya
han cumplido sus contratos pre-
vios y han cerrado para efec-
tuar reparaciones
Con excepcin de Cuba, las
exportaciones fueron mnlms.s.
Al finalizar la semana el mer-
cado de Houston report varias
ventas de grano grande No. 1
a puertos cubanos a 12.75, el
No. 2 a 12.25 y el No. 3 a 12.00 el
quintal- En el mercado domes-
zado a $11.00-11.25, el Blucto-
nnet a $10.50-10-75, y el zenith a
$10.00-1U.25 el quintal-
Una calma general prevaleca
en los centros principales de
distribucin de arroz descasca-
rado, propia de la temporada
pues los mayoristas estaban a-
tendiendo a sus clientes con i-
roz que tenan en reserva y que
fu comprado anterlrmenlo.
Bn el mercado de Nuev York
el mercado estuvo ms activo
como resultado de las compras
hechas por los minoristas para
mantener sus reservas.
Sin embargo, la mayora da
los distribuidores cuentan solo
con pequeas reservas, antici-
pndose a los precios ms ba-
jos cuando la nueva cosecha es-
t disponible. Al finalizar lase-
mana, en Nueva York se cotiza-
ban los granos grandes de pri-
mera a $13.00-13.25, el Zenits a
$11.75-12.00, y el fortuna *
$12.00-12.25 el quintal. Los gra-
nos grandes de segunda se co-
tizaron a $9.50-10.00 y los gra-
nos cortos a $900-950. Los re-
siduos y arroz para cerveza sa
cotizaban a $8.25-8.50 el quintal
AUMENTAN LAS COMPRAS
CUBANAS
Las compras hechas por Cuca
en Estados Unidos aumentaron
materlalmetne y sumaron a un
total de 150,000 quintales en la
ltima semana de Julio. Las
ventas Incluyeron el California
Pearl con cinco por ciento do
quiebre a $11.06, el Bluebonr.ee
con 10 por ciento de quiebre a
$13.04, el RexAric con 30 pjr
ciento de quiebre a $1100, el
Rexoro con 4 por ciento de quie-
bre a $12.25, y con 10 por cien-
to a $11.65 el quintal.
Las importaciones cubanas
ascendieron a 167,005 quintales,
durante la semana pasada, dt
las cuales 3,550 quintales eran
arroz italiano y el resto nortea-
mericano.
Durante el mes de julio el
n-.ovimletno de arroz fu 1 si-
guiente:
Quintales
enviados
al Mercado
CLASE DE ARROZ
Rexoro y Patna ............... 252,200
Bluebonnet .................... 237371
Zenith ......................... 178,398
Nlra........................... 24,354
Magnolia...................... 21,973
Roses .......................... 30,309
So. Pearl....................... ,899
Fortuna....................... 5,499
Rex-Nlra ...................... 17.291
Prelude ........................ 1,918
Otros.......................... 15,572
Quintales
en
Reserva
554022
438.155
184,637
20,822
18,318
12,690
10,589
9.898
7.071.
3,259
9,187
Como bien se puede notar -n el anterior cuadro, las clases da
arroz Que tienen mas aceptacin en el mercado norteamericano
y los que ms se producen son el Rexoro, Patna, Bluebonnet, Ze-
nith y Nlra.



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HORAS: 1:99 lit* a.m.
Apartado 1S4
Recepcin
S.E. el Embajador del Ecua-
dor, seor Sixto Duran Bailen,
ha enviado Invitaciones para
la Recepcin que en conmemo-
racin del Aniversario de la
legria
. de vivir!
Qu fresco y cmodo se tiente >u
nene cuando lo lava con Jabn
Johnson y le unta un poquito da
Aceite Johnson! El aceite evita irri-
taciones de la pie] ... El jabn re-
fresca y suaviza. Ambos favorecen
la piel .. proporcionan bienestar.
ACEITE
Y
JABN
JOHNSON
t mtjtr pmrm ti M* ...
U m ttr pmia urf*W
0OtWH -tfotVtttOH
Para reponer,las energas en
un segundo.
Un visilo del
GRAN VINO
SANSN
Proclamacin t ha Indepen-
dencia del Ecuador, ofrecer el
vlernea 10 de Agito eh 7.00 p.
m. a 0.00 p.., en los salones
del Club Uain.
Almurio
Para despedir a la seora
Evangelina B. de Morales, quien
sigue prximamente para el ex-
terior, un grupo de sus amista-
des ofrecern maana un al-
muerzo en el Club Unin.
Advenimientos
Est de plcemes el hogar del
seor Alfredo Alvarez Caldern
y seora Marcela Arlas de Al-
varez Caldern, por la feliz lle-
gada de un robusto varoncito,
su primognito ocurrido- con
toda felicidad hace ya varios
das. Hasta Lima, Per, lugar
donde residen, hacemos llegar
nuestras ms cordiales felicita-
ciones a los dichosos padrea y
una vida "~na de venturas para
el recin nacido.
Felicitamos cordlalmente al
seor Manilo Roy y seora Cer-
da B. de Roy, por el feliz ad-
venimiento de su primognito,
ocurrido en la Clnica San Fer-
nando.
Una primorosa nlita alegra
el hogar del seor ngel Alva-
rado y seora Maria de Alvara-
do. El feliz suceso tuvo lugar
en la Clnica San Fernando.
Nuestras felicitaciones.
Bautizo
Con el nombre de Ricardo Er-
nesto fu bautizado en la Igle-
sia de Cristo Rey, el nio lle-
gado recientemente al hogar del
seor Alberto Calvo Jr. y seo-
ra Cristina Fernndez de Cal-
.ve. Fueron sus padrinos la se-
orita Dora Harris y el seor
Alberto Calvo. Muchas felicida-
des le deseamos al nuevo cris-
tiano.
Enfermo
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos a la seorita catalina
Jimnez, quien se encuentra
recluida en el Hospital santo
Toms, en la Sala 12, Cuarto 2.
Guarda cama en la Clnica
San Fernando el nio Gabriel
Arias. Ojal mejore pronto.
-
Formulamos votos por el pron-
to restablecimiento del nio
Pierre Antine Estripeaut, quien
se encuentra recluido en su re-
sidencia sufriendo quebrantos
efe salud.
____
Para Puerto Rice y C uba
En viaje de inspeccin si-
guieron ayer hacia Puerto Rico
y Cuba, el teniente General
W. H. H. Morris Jr., Coman-
dante en Jefe del Area del ca-
ribe, acompaado del Jefe de
Estado Mayor, Brigadier Gene-
ral Robert L. Howze. Los despe-
dimos cordlalmente.
Para Nuera Orleans
Despedimos al Cnsul General
de Panam en Nueva Orleans,
seor Juan Brin, su seora
EmiJia G. de Brin e hija seo-
rita Rita Brin, quienrs despus
de haber pasado una tempora-
da de vacaciones en esta ciu-
dad, embarcaron ayer en el va-
por Chirlqu rumb a Nueva
Orleans.
Para Colombia
Regres a continuar sus es-
tudios en Bogot, Colombia, el
Joven Ricardo Ernesto Chlaii
Lo despedimos atentamente.
Para los Estados Unidos
Despedimos atentamente a la
seora Ivonne Novey de Ben-
nett, quien sigui por la via
area para Miami en donde pa-
sar una corta temporada de
vacaciones.
LLEGARON LOS
VAUXALL
El Mejor Corro Europeo
Con cambios al sistema americano.
AHORA EN EXHIBICIN!
EN LA
PANAMA AUTO, S. A.
t
En Varios Colores
VALOS! ADMRELOS!
PIDA VISA DEMOSTRACIN
PANAMA
Ave. Justo Arotemena
y Calle 30 Esta
COLON
Ave. Melndez
y Cali* 16
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Carmela Arlas de Boyd
Sra. Isabel Robles de Alemn.
Sra. Berta G. de Fbrega
Dr. Rafael Wendehake.
8r. Gabriel de la Guardia
Obarrlo.
8r. Manuel E. Garay
Srta. Carmen Martin Guti-
rrez.
Nia Priscilla Lloyd Arose-
mena
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Celia Diaz de Caldern
Sr. Ramn Gonzlez Revllla
Nia Rita Irene Ozores Ty-
paldos.
Nia Emma Ramona Thayer
Fbrega.
Nio Fernando Vallarino L-
pez.
Velada en el Teatro Bella Vista
El Comit Pro-Matas Her-
nndez del Club xnteramerlca-
no de Mujeres, que preside la
seora Luz G. de Mndez Pe-
reira, ha organizado una Gran
Velada que tendr lugar el
martes 14 del presente mes a
las 8.00 p.m. en el Teatro Bella
Vista. Adems del programa
que a continuacin detallamos,
ser presentada la pelcula
"Travesuras de una Bella", con
Walter Pidgeon, Greer Garson
y Elizabeth Taylor, por cortesa
de la Metro Goldwyn Mayer. El
precio del boleto es de B.1.00 y
da derecho a dos premios de
entrada, un radio, obsequio de
la Casa Innovacin y Antonio,
y un juego para desayuno, ob-
sequio del Bazar Francs.
Programa de la Gran Velada
en el Teatro Bella Vista.
1ler. movimiento de la So-
nata Potica de Beethoven. Mar
garita Dzeval Tauskas, alumna
del Profesor Cardona.
2Declamacin por la seori-
ta Maria Jilma de Obaldia. Ves-
tidos de Thals de Maria O. de
Obaldia.
3Conjunto Perspectivico por
alumno de la Escuela de Ar-
quitectura de la Universidad
de Panam.
4Canto por John Mosley.
5Nmeros de Malabarismos
por alumnos de la Escuela e
la Universidad de Panam.
S Cantos populares por la
seora Olga Zubieta de Oller.
7Baile Apache por alumnos
de la Escuela de Arquitectura
de la Universidad de Panam.
SAlrededor del Mundo. Bai-
les por alumna* de la Escuela
de Gladys de Heurtematte.
Agasaja
Con motivo de su cumple-
aos, los familiares de la Srta.
Zoila I. Cano celebrarn una
fiesta en su residencia esta no-
che Invitando a todos sus amis-
tades. Deseamos muchas felici-
dades a la Srta. Cano en su dia.
Aniversario
Maana se cumple el tercer
aniversario de la muerte de la
seorita Isabel Herrera O. dis-
tinguida educadora nacional.
Por su eterno descanso se di-
rn las siguientes misas:
A las 6 a.m. en la Capilla de
la Inmaculada Concepcin.
A las 8 y media e. el San-
tuario Nacional del Sagrado
Corazn de M ria.
A las 7 a.m. en la Iglesia de
Cristo Rey.
La Hora Santa do maana
tambin se dedicar para pedir
por su eterno descanso.
Los familiares y ex-alumnas
de la Escuela Profesional agra-
decen la asistencia a estos ac-
tos piadosos.
M *
** *\ oiARuro Hla|.Toi|
El 18 ser la Coronacin de S.M. MARITZA I.
Reina del Carnavalito, y esa noche se escoger
a la "Reina de las Cazadas" en el Club Unin.
Ser MARCELA?
Casada:
Marcela Cucaln de Ortega
Principe Consorte:
Jaime Ortega.
AYA YA Y AY! El 18 es dia
grande. El 16 es el dia de los
dias en el Club Unin. El dla-
blito Tun Tun que todo lo sabe,
sabe que esa noche ser esco-
gida la ms bella y gentil de
'Xas Casadas" para que reine
en el gran festival que han or-
ganizado "Los Miuras".
A YA YA YA YI y aqui viene la
gran noticia...S. M. Ilaritza I,
Reina del. Carnavalito, ser co-
ronada la noche del 16, con to-
da la alegra que se merece su
gentil Majestad. Que Programa
el que han preparado 'Los Miu-
ras", qu de maravillosas belle-
zas son las candldatas que se-
rn escogidas por medio de vo-
tacin que se har con los bo-
letos de entradas. Cada boleto
de entrada vale por 100 votos
y puede adquirirse a B.1.00
rremlo de Entrada: Vacaciones
para dos en El Paraiso La Res-
tinga en Taboga (pasajes, co-
mida y hospedaje por una se-
mana).
Vivan las Cassssszzzzdas! Vi-
van Los Miuras! Viva el Dia-
blito Tun Tun.
Y...quieren saber quin es la
candidata de "La Gallada"??..
AYA YA Y AY! el dlablito Tun
Tun lo sabe pero no lo dice. Y
sabe que unas de las candlda-
tas de mayor fuerza es Lauri-
tin A. de de Alba! Y que Elvira
Elena I. de Barrios dicen ser
la Reina de las Cazadas! Y que
Marcela C. de Ortega. Hilda P.
de Arlas, Yolanda M. de Eskild-
.en competirn por la corona
de este reinado que Los Leones
PAoticfode
Tima
'itkwfc
vn
onovo
le ofrece a precios
excepcionales
NUEVOS TRAJES
Algodn y Rayn. . desde 6.95
NUEVAS BLUSAS
De Rayn, gran variedad, a 1.95
NUEVAS CARTERAS
Colores de moda: Blanco, Lila,
Negro, etc........desde 2.95
NUEVAS FALDAS
De Algodn y Rayn.
RECUERDE QUE VILANOVA
VENDE LO MEJOR PERO NO LO MAS CARO.
VJ
ariova
Abierto hasta las 9 p.m.
Ser HILDA?
Cazada:
Hilda Fiza de Arias
Prncipe Consorte:
Gilberto Arias.
El peligro es hoy
mayor que nunca,
dice un general
WASHINGTON, agosto 8.
(USIS)A fin de salvaguardar
la paz debemos reconocer ple-
namente los peligros que afron-
ta hoy la civilizacin occiden-
tal, y actuar decisivamente pa-
ra contrarrestarlos, ha declara-
do el General Pedro Aurelio
Goes de Monteiro. Jefe del Es-
tado Mayor Conjunto de las
fuerzas Armadas del Brasil.
En declaracin grabada para
ser transmitida por La Voz ae
Amrica, el militar brasileo
describi la amenaza de la ex-
pansin comunista como "un
peligro mucho mayor que el que
nos amenaz antes de la segun-
da guerra mundial" .
Agreg que se .siente compla-
cido de haber hallado en su ac-
tual visita a los Estados Unidos
que el pueblo americano tiene
la conciencia de su responsabi-
lidad histrica v que se encuen-
tra listo "a defender la libertad
a toda costa".
El General Goes de Monteiro
ha venido a los Estados Unidos
a conferenciar con los funclo-
plensa ganar con su candidata narios de las Naciones Unidas v
Lupe D. de Alfaro; Los Rotarlos los Jefes de la Defensa de los
con la suya: Ana Lucrecia A.
de Alfaro. Lia S. de Estripeaut,
a quien un gran grupo de sim-
patizadores aseguran llevarn
al triunfo, tiene ya ms de...
votos!
Y Angelo Jaspe est ensa-
yando dia y noche para 'tttrt-
tttaaatatatat" como el slo sabe
hacerlo, las ms alegres melo-
das:
AYAYAYAY: El Dlablito Tun
Tun sabe que el festival del 16
e: el Club Unin ser de los
que hace historia si no...que
lo .digan los "Principes Consor-
te;" que esperan ganarse la ca-
ja de whiskey que se ofrecer
al 'Edecn" de "La Reina de las
Cazadas".
Todos Seores, Todos a par-
ticipar con el dlablito Tun Tun
en el "Reinado de las Casszzda!
Todos seores, Todo a rendir
homenaje a S.M. Marltza I,
quien ser coronada esta noche
como Reina del Carnavalito y
a escoger y declarar en des-
pampanante, deslumbrante, e-
comoclonante y jajajajante ce-
remonia a la Reina de Reinas
AYAYAYAY: cmo goza pero
cmo goza el Dlablito Tun Tun.
Estados Unidos en relacin con
la contribucin del Brasil a la
defensa del hemisferio y del
mundo libres.
Trtase de formar
nuevo gobierno de
los republicanos
PARIS, agosto 8. (UP>. El
Presidente de la Repblica es-
paola en el exilio, Diego Mar-
tinez Barrios, le envi una cur-
ta oficial a Felix Gordon Ordaz
en Mxico, ofrecindole el pues-
to de Premier del nuevo Go-
bierno Republicano.
Bl Presidente Barrios puso s-
tas cuatro condiciones:
1) El Gobierno Republicano
deber ceirse a los principios
oe la Carta de las Naciones U-
nldas
2) Gordon Ordaz deber fe-
mar un Gobierno que conjuUe
el mayor nmero de fuerzas i-
publicanaa, democrticas y li-
berales.
31 Gordon Ordaz deber man-
tener el ms estrecho conia-.'tn
con los Republicanos que se en-
cuentren dentr. de Esppa lu-
Las naciones del
Nor Atlntico se
reUnen eil Canad organismo dirigente dr la or-
ganlzaein del Pacto del Atln-
tico del Norte ha seleccionado
OTTAWA, Agosto 8 OJPiEn a Ottawa como sede de su reu-
un comunicado dado a la publl- nin.
cldad aqui y en Londres se a- La reunin canadiense prece-
nuncla que las 12 naciones del der a la reunin regular anual
Consejo del Atlntico del Norte de la Organizacin del Pacto
se reunirn aqui el 15 de sep- del Atlntico. Esta ltima ten-
tiembre. I dr luRar en Roma a fines de
El comunicado expresa que el octubre.
chando contra franco.
4) Gordon Ordaz deber ir in-
mediatamente al Cuartel Gene-
ral de los Republicanos en
Francia.
Un portavoz dijo que Gordon
Ordaz aceptar la invitacin y
que se trasladar a Francia 'tan
pronto como sea posible".
Flix Gordon Ordaz es miem-
bro del Partido de Unin Repu-
blicana y fu Vicepresidente el
gobierno Republicano en Mxico
hasta la renuncia del Premier
Alvaro de Albornoz el mes ua-
sudo.
Actualidad Argentina
ARGENTINA CONTROLA LA LIBERACIN i
DE LA ENERGA ATMICA
i
Ha sido el acontecimiento ce de las dems naciones y lo
ms trascendental de los ltl- constitua virtualmente en un
mos tiempos el anuncio del factor de civilizacin para to-
Presidente de la Repblica Ge- dos los pueblos. El Profesor
neral Pern, revelando que la Ronald Richter, a quien co-
Argentlna habla obtenido pie- rresponde el mrito de las ln-
no xito en las investigaciones vestigaclones y los ensayos
y experiencias que se realizan realizados bajo su direccin en
en la Isla Huemul de Barllo- la planta piloto de la Isla Hue-
che, para la liberacin contro- mu, y en los que l y sus ab-
lada de la energa atmica. La negados e inteligentes colabo-
repercusln internacional de radores expusieron durante
este hecho se prolonga todavia muchos dias sus vidas, antlcl-
y ha de extenderse an nde- p que la energa atmica asi
finldamente, por razones de controlada sera utilizada con
muy diverso orden, en las esfe- preferencia como base funda-
ras cientficas aplicadas al es- mental de la gran industria,
tudlo especializado de la ma- "Se puede usar dijo en
teria. usinas atmicas y en hornos
.,,. .._ de fundicin. La energa at-
Nuestro pas busco empeo- mlca cuegU mucno menos que
smente el dominio de la la electricidad y nosotros no
energa atmica por caminos empleamos substancias caras,
distintos a los seguidos hasta como el urani0 235, separado
entonces. Su sistema consisti del natural. para producirla",
en reemplazar la fisin nu- ..E1 0enerai Pern aadi
clear del uranio por las reac- me ha encomendado ex-
clones termonucleares seme- ciuslvamsnte la tarea de apli-
jantes al proceso de la libe- car la energa atmica a la
racin atmica solartrtase industria, de manera que con
en suma de suscitar y dirigir est0 por prlrnera vez en la
gradualmente verdaderos fo- hlstorla y en nuestro pas, se
eos solares o pequeos soles. nara una ap]cacln pacfica
que algunos sabios extranje- de ,a mlsma j^ta M una prue.
ros consideraban de imposi- ba mas de la tercera posicin
ble realizacin en el mbito de de [a Argentina"
la tierra. Con ello se logr en
definitiva, a despecho de las La mira de los investigado-
hiptesis desalentadoras, un res y tcnicos del mundo est
tipo nuevo de reactor solar, puesta en estos momentos en
denominado termotrn. que lo que aqu se hace en el cam-
suplanta con incalculable ven- po de la experimentacin at-
taja el conocido proceso del mica. La certidumbre de que
tritn, tanto ms costoso por en la planta Piloto de la Isla
los materiales que exige y de Huemul se ha iniciado un nue-
ms difcil obtencin en todos vo ciclo de la materia cuyos
los casos. Por vez primera resultados revolucionan todo
tambin la energa atmica lo realizado antes, cobra el
quedar controlada por el ge- vigor que le asignan las de-
nlo del hombre, evitndose que mostraciones cabales. Se sabe
el estallido catastrfico esca- a travs de la justificada re-
Ea sus designios y poslblll- Ucencia de las revelaciones
ndo su empleo racional en hechas hasta ahora que a lo
las tareas fecundas de la paz. dicho seguir en escala cre-
cente el periodo de aplicacin
No es necesario significar la practica. de posibilidades im-
honda emocin con que el previsibles Con esto la Argn -
pueblo argentino, y todos los tina se sita a la vanguardia
pueblos que comparten con de \u naciones y puede glo-
nosotros los ideales de progre- riarse legtimamente de haber
so y bienestar colectivo, reci- confiado sus destinos a quien
bieron el anuncio indudable- ^ COnduce hoy por las alturas
mente histrico del General d. su mayor grandeza: el Ge-
Peron. La zozobra de un mun- ncaj pern, que provoc, or-
Ldo sometido a la voluntadle, ajhlz y estimul MdfclMr de
rTas potencias dueas del M* .nuestros hombres de ciencia
creto atmico se disipaba i la y -fu como expresara el
luz de una experiencia que po- Profesor Richter la garaa-
nia su conocimiento al alean- ta de nuestro xito".
(De la revista "Continente" de Buena* Aires)
Slo el
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SE NECESITA: Buena cocinero.
Avenidd Per No. 26.
SE VENDE:Caso momposteria en
Mariano Arosemcna No. 69. Infor-
mes a!li mismo torde y maana
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te. Buen lucido, que duerma en
I empleo. Calle 50 No. 14.
SF ALQUILAN:Cuartos amoblados.
Precios especiles por* ouincena c
mes. Pora informes dirjase o Pen-
i vn Pcnomi, Calle,6o No. 3 Sr
Guitmei De 8 a I 1 o. m. o 7
o m en adelante
SE VENDE
Motocicleta
SE VENDE:Una motocicleta da re-
parto, marca "Muslona" Ideal pa-
ra reparto da mercancas. caVado-
res. estaciones de gasolina a me*
tinlcM, tiene edimant eipacial'
para ler ramaleada por carta n
cata de flirteo a domicilio mi-
ojuine d sumar "Reminuton" ma-
nual da 7 columna, can resta di- .
recta, coma' nueva. Mquina de
escribir pertitil "Smith Carona" i
too Clipper. Pulidor elctrico.
"Blockodecker" automtica, para I
.lurfror corro, con una Iota da
"Vitri-Gloie" de un taln llena. O-
curra a la Avenida Per 11, Tal.,
3-1169 2-2146.
ACABAN DE LLEGAR!
ESTUFAS PERFECTION
SE VENDE:Maquinas calculadoras
alemanas nuevos, marco "Bruns-
viga" B. 145.00. "Porros" Plozo 5
de Movo.
SE VENDE:Mquinas de escribir
nuevos tipo oficino, B. 120.00
"Porras," Plaza 5 de Mayo.
El Molino Criollo aviso a los Avicul-
tores que ha recibido embarques de
los insuperables alimentos Ful-O-
Pep. Estin a la venta en la Aveni-
da B No. 61. ____________
SlTVEdTmuY BARATO: M-
quina Registradora "National", un
molino para moler carne "Sanitary '
con copocidad para 600 lbs. pot
hora. I Congelador propio para
restaurante "Freezer". cortodoro
da jamn, estufa de gas 4 fogo-
nes y plancha 4 lmparas "Nen"
48" y 3 tubos. Paro informes: ca-
lle la. Vista Hermosa No. 7. Te-
lfono 3-1468.
MISCELNEA
VENDO:En $10.000.00 un milln
de metros2, corretero tronsistmica
Lago Galn. Telfono 1262-B,
Coln, Sra. Carnes.
AGRICULTURA' nica salvacin. Se
vende, por no poder ofenderla, fin-
ca doscientas hectireas. una hora
de Panomi, corretera inter-ame-
ncano. tierras frtilsimos, rio, co-
sos, etc. Telfono 3-4078.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE NECESITAN: Dos empleados
Vendedoras, paro almacn Quinto
Avenida. Traigo carta recomen-
dacin.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera y uno em-
pleodo poro el servicio. Calle Co-
lombia No. 6, oltos. Familia Es-
tripeaut.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet cen tres dor-
mitorios, solo, porch, comedor, te-
rraza, etc., en El Coco. Toda mo-
blada. Llamo telfono 3-4644.
SE ALQUILA:Lujosa casa nueva en
.Los Cumbres. 3 recmaras, 2 ba-
os, cocino completa y algunos
muebles, 2 garages. Patio grande,
y jardn. Razonable. Llame Curun-
d. 83-2165.
SE NECESITA:Seora de 30 o 951
oos que sepa cocinar, B.20.00, I
debe dormir en el trabajo. Colle i
50 No. 48.
SE NECESITA:Empleado competen-!
te para trabajos de casa en gene-
ral, debe dormir en el empleo, pa-
ro informes diriose a colle Es-
tudiante No 73, Apto. 9.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera que
duermo en casa. Ocurra calle 50 [
y vio Espoo No. 2. Fomilia Mo-
rles.
TALLER Auto Elctrico "Purru"
Vende, carga y reporo bateras usa-
dos. Calle 21 Este No. 3. Panam
Las telas que Ud. esperaba llegoron.
Hoy estin a lo venta. Vengo o ver
un variedo surtido de n-jevos es-
tampodos. "LA MILAGROSA"
Monteserin 2.
SE VENDE
Artculos le Casa
SE VENDE:Una refrigeradora ga-
binete de 4 huecos, como nueva
Precio. B.250.00. Calle 16 y Calle
C. tiendo Lo Parado de 8 o. m
o 1 p. m.
SE ALQUILA
Cocales
SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaje,
juego de recimara en excelentes
condiciones $250.00; un estante
para libros $50.00; un escritorio
chino $115.00. Lime telfono
3-1975 de 9 o. m. o 5 p. m.
SE NECESITA:Empleada paro el
servicio, sin hijo y con referen-
cias. Intil presentorse sin estos
requisitos. Presentarse entra 5 V
' 6 p. m. o de 8 a 12 m a colle
32 Esfe No. 27.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera para
dormir en casa. Traiga sus refe-
rencios. Buen sueldo. Avenido Cu-
bo No. II. edificio "Nestl", ol-
tos, entrado calle 28.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE NECESITA
General
SE ALQUILA:Local paro oficino.!
Arriba del Teatro Central.
SE NECESITAChequeadoro, ocu-
rra Lavandera "Tony", colle 12
Este No. 15.
Hemos rebajado drsticamente nues-
tro! precio on todo le carro
usados. Venga y mralo. Agencia
Naih.
SE VENDE:Plymouth 1940 con-
vertible Coupa. Precio B.300.00.
Tel. 2-2010.
SE ALQUILA:Local amplio, fresco
apropiado pora oficina. Via Espa-
a 16. Tel. 2-2443.
SE NECESITAMuchacho con ex-
periencia para Aborroteria LA CO-
RONA Via Espaa 45.
SE VENDE:Corro Codillac Modelo
48 en perfectas condiciones. Se
oceptan propuestos. Home tel-
fono 3-2184 2-1075.
Mo -aba de llegur un peciueftn embar-
que rio eetuas a keroain marca 'PER-
FECTION", de do y tree fogones. Lai
enlregaruoa en Club de Entrena al Silt- |
cribirse. Tambin ietnpre lenemoa par-
te de repuesto, teles como micas, que-
madora, mechas, chimeneas, cuellos, ele. :
Mueblera CASA SPARTON
Central ZZI. Calldonla
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Nosotros le facilita-
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Materiales de
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S H E RW I N
W ILLI AM S
y todo lo que Ud.
necesite para su
obra.
Ave. Norte >3 Tel. 2-MI*
Cuite Martn Sos #1
Tel. 3-1424
CLNICA, equipado. o'Jos Farmacii
Salozor. calle 16 Oeste No. 28
Ponami.
SE ALQUILA:En Coln, magnfico
local, propio pora negocio, cntri-
camente situado en frente del Tea-
tro Colon, en lo Avenida Centrol
No.-10.143. Razn Sr. Baln de
Abte. 6C29, Ave. Balboa o en
Panami, Almacn Vilanova.
Aviso Judicial
AVISO DI REMAT
El IMeiilQ Seer** rio 1*1 Ju*aa*Ju
T*i-i.*>ro ! CUOttilO dt l'ana.aaV n 1UB-
e.OBM at preaente. 1 public.
HACK SAl.i-K:
Qua por rMOlucla 'iciuta jt uno
tip julio prximo pando die lata *n e
juicio jacuti.o proyurfcio por Ciuardlr
y ti. b. A. COBtni Ktadirdo jarroianto
ha fijado ti da ve.ni.tn-. ]* B*oati
-indar. Para q-e culi* la horai l*t*-
, tanaa lua, el it. .n" iaraa;a d<
loa a.a-uitn.e* bitnc, propiedad del de-
Un Mi -arro automvil laarca
"Pontlae". modelo 1939. -n
placa t34. on motor 6-S,-
29. avaluado por loa perno* en
irtai-i'Mot balboa*...... B.800 00
Una (1) planta elctrica mana
"While Katajine Work', al-
t lag oda >on I numero r>"*.v
kVA 8. de I KiluwaU. de am-
perio a>*lS-*J '(I), lo lia. a
iau uiti* le ISO! rovoluco*
nes P'r mtnato, tipo N-H31 da
1. H IV. con tonqu? de altaMB-
Ifctun le comtu:.tit>lc, <>n ta-
blero elctrico y polea tipo B.
lJ.c-el, avaluaa por loa peilios
en la auma d trescientos bal-
boas..............B.IOOOr
Total.. ..B.C00.00
Servir de basa para l remate da lo*
b( citados el valor axisnado por 1<>
panlos. y **"'* oferta admisibla la qur
rubra \u mitad dei avalu de los bienes
adv.fi * oie Que si no se pretentarer
poster en eia fecha. * hora el r*mt
al da iifuienie y se admitir caalquiei
postura,
8o admite* ofertas hasta tas runtr<
d la tarda, y da e-ea hora en adelante
sa airan las pujas y repujas Que % hi-
r'fran basta out sea eerrada la aubasta
con la adjudicacin provisional al me-
jor postor.
P ra hi. Mitai-c remo nostor. ae re-
quiere ronaifnar previamente an I Tri-
ll mal ti h% del valor por loa Peritos #
los hienas en remate
Panam, aaoaio doa dt mil aovtcian-
toa cincuenta y uro,
.loot C Pin-^p
El BoeroUrio.
te fiel copia.
SE NECESITAN:Tres barnizadores,
pintor pora lociar muebles v 3 eba-
nistas competentes. Calle 16 San
Francisco. Taller de Ebanistera.
SE NECESITA: Una dependiente
cen experiencia, que hable ingles
y castellano. La Moda America-
no. Ave. Central 102.
SE NECESITA:Muchacho para ha-
cer la limpieza del almacn. La
Moda Americana, Avenida Central
102.
SE VENDEN CAMIONES: I GMC
5 toneladas, modelo 1947. exce-
lentes condiciones; 1 GMC 2 1 -2
toneladas, tipo armada, 10 rue-
das, modele 1942; ? Internacic
nal. 2 1-2 toneladas modelo 1947
chassis largo; I Internacional 2
1-2 toneladas, modelo 1947 chas-
sis certe I Mock. 5 toneladas,
modelo 1947, excelentes condicio-
nes. Solicitor informes llamando
al telfono 2-0610.
SE NECESITA:Chofer fuerte, con
I rencla de Ponom y la Zona, con
buenos referencias y experiencia.
Presentarse con cduia despus de
las 9 a. m. La Europeo. Avenida
Centrol y calle 21 E-te No. i.
SE NECESITA: Alquilar o vender
una caso sin amoblar, a largo pla-
zo. Tres recamaros, dos baos,
cuorto empleada, en El Cangrejo,
Go f Heights o Bella Vista. Cebe
tener buen espac o para jardn. Es-
criba Apdo. 1 399 Ancn,
desinfecto con LYS0U
i Defienda a loa uyo1 Cada ve
que lav loa piaoa, afragut LYSOL
al afua. Ponga 3 Vi cucharada,
de LYSOL en cada 5 litro, de agua.
.VSOL ea ocondmreo
porque poqusima cantidad,
diluida en agua, baata
para limpiar y exterminar
loo microbio..
Emplea Ud.
la misma
crema dental
que usaba
en 1948
De aer aaf. tratad no a
ea protl/iendn ebiia-
mtnle contra la carie*
dental, puea car dent-
frico no eon/en Amo-
nio y (.arbamiaa l'ara
la proteccin afectiva
contra la carie* exija
ii.led el original
Amm-i-dent. a .haae de
amonio___aa polvo
en crema.
Distribuidores:
SASSO & CA.
Are. CentraJ * Tal. Z-MM
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Mantenemos una venta de
Ranga de artculos sobre exis-
tencia donde las MEJORES
PINTURAS se venden a los
ms bajos Dreclos.
Por qu no anorrar dinero
comprando lo mejor?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 279.
Tel 3-0140.
Artculos de Zapatera
Tubera Negra y Gal-
vanizada
Acero y Platinas
Pinturas, Esmaltes y
Barnices
Ferretera "Yale" y
"Corbin"
RICARDO A. MIRO,
u.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
"Vendemos barato
para vender ms"
*H Tubera t*
Negra i
FABRICACIN NACIONAL
DE
PRIMERA CALIDAD
Precios de Competencia
con el producto Importado.
Tubos 4" Sencillos___4.M
Tubos 4*' Dobles......4.4
Tubos 2" Sencillos___2.60
Tubos 2" Dobles......2.80
Tees 4x4..........2.08
Yees 2x2..........1.00
Codos ', x 2........75
etc., etc.
Tel. 3-1300 Apartado 2029
FUNDICIN INDUSTRIAL
Gonzlez y Linares Ltda.
La Locera Pasadena
' Rifles de Baln
Morco "Daisy"
desde 2.95
Tenemos exactamente el
VIDRIO que d. necesita!
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
Felpa Mineralizada
Roja y Verde
Felpa Negra
, de 15 y 30 lbs.
Clavos de Zinc
Balanzas 'Detecto'
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
T x 6 v 2 x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503 *
Decreto-ley
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B'.o.SO
Entrega
inmediata
Reparaciones
eenerales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E. #22
Tel 3-1713
Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con 60 velas de fuera de luz nlanra
moderna. Permanece encendida SO
horaa por 1 galn de kerrwene Toma
MT le Alfil v solamente 6% de
KFROSFNE. Completamente secura
no oxplota ni necesita generador ni
bomba No produce humo ni maioa
olores Es tan sencilla que un nlflo
puede prenderla Nunca viata en Pa-
nama a Precio tan Bato
por slo...B/.9.95
Taarmoa tudM loa Rrpnetto*!
Da Venia en Inda, aaa M RKKrKHIAS
y MUEBLERAS.
Distribuidores:
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("Ion Calla a y Ara. Balboa
Tal SJ
ranaana. Ave Central S3
Tel. l-2*7
RINDE
viduales.
El artculo sexto en el apar-
te a debe agregar la palabra:
comprobada. Un este uiiamo ar-
ticulo el aparte d. debe corre-
girse. No existe mojigatera en
el grupo de maestros al repro-
bar el uso de las palabras que
aparecen en l; pero entre edu-
cadores, no tenemos el triste
privilegio de tener un porcenta-
je exorbitante de personas de
esta condicin, para que se nos
apliquen estos trminos en un
Decreto en forma tan definida.
Nos parecen ms convenientes
las palabras. Inmoralidad o es-
cndalo pblico usadas en la
ley de Educacin, ya que en
ellas pueden incluirse estos ca-
sos.
De usted muy atentamente,
Euseblo Julio,
Director.
del articulo 22 de este Ttulo.
k) Conceder Ucencia al Ge-
rente por ms de diez das y a
los dems empleados por ms
de treinta das.
11Designar, en caso de au-
sencia del Gerente y del sub-
Gerente, al jefe del departa-
mento que deba reemplazar al
primero.
m) Fijar y exigir las fianzas
de manejo para los cargos que
creyere conveniente.
ni Sealar las atribuciones y
obligaciones de los agentes de
la Caja.
o) Conocer, en ltima ins-
tancia, de los recursos que se
interpongan contra las resolu-
ciones que dicte la Gerencia en
ejercicio de sus funciones, y,
p) Las dems funciones que
le correspondan segn las dis-
posiciones legales vigentes.
"Articulo 19 La Junta Di-
rectiva re reunir por lo menos
una vez al mes y cuando la
convoque el Gerente de propia
iniciativa o a solicitud escrita
de tres o ms de sus miem-
bros.
Forma quorum la presencia
de cuatro miembros debidamen-
te acreditados para actuar. Las
decisiones se tomarn por la
concurrencia de no menos de
tres votos
Cada miembro recibir como
dieta la suma de B. 10.00 por
sesin a que asista.
"Articulo 20 El Gerente ser
representante legal de la Caja,
dirigir su gestin administra-
tiva y la representar en todos
sus actos. El Gerente ser re-
emplazado por el sub-Oerente
en los casos de Impedimento,
faltas o ausencias temporales y
en las faltas absolutas hasta
tanto se llene la vacante.
"Artculo 21El Gerente ser
nombrado por el rgano Eje-
cutivo, con la aprobacin de la
Asamblea Nacional, para un pe-
riodo de seis aos y podr ser
reelecto.
El rgano Ejecutivo est obli-
gado a remitir el nombramien-
to a la Asamblea seis dias des-
pus de haberlo hecho, si sta
se encontrare reunida, o den-
tro de los diez, primeros dias de
sesiones de la legislatura ordi-
naria prxima, si la Asamblea
estuviere en receso.
El nombramiento tendr ca-
rcter provisional mientras la
Asamblea no lo considere, pe-
ro surtir todos sus efectos le-
gales hasta tanto sea aprobado
o improbado.
(Continuar maana)
. Nos es grato publicar el re-
trato del seor Ernesto Koref,
gerente general de la Ca. Pa-
namea de Aceites, 8. A., fabri-
cantes de los famosos productos
nacionales: Lavasol, Aceite U-
rraca, Manteca Vegetal Blan-
quita, Mantequilla Va quit a,
quien regres de un viaje de
estudio.
El seor Koref en su viaje
de tres meses visit los Esta-
dos Unidos, el Canad y Pa-
ses de Europa como Inglaterra,
Francia. Italia, Austria y Sui-
za. Durante este viaje el seor
Koref tuvo la oportunidad de
visitar las fbricas ms gran-
de del gnero de la Compa-
a y regres impresionado de
los grandes adelantos, los cua-
les l quiere utilizar en benefi-
cio de nuestra industria nacio-
nal.
Saludamos cordlalmente al
seor Koref desendole muchos
xitos en sus futuros proyectos.
Fue volado con
de de una bomba de dinamita
destinada contra ste. La seo-
ra us el automvil de su ma-
rido y al ponerlo en marcha
estallo el explosivo aue la mat
Instantneamente. Noble era
llamado "El Gato" por las ve-
ce que haba salvado su vida.
Debuta esta noche
recital de esta noche es de lo
ms selecto y de difcil ejecu-
cin. Pero conociendo la" ha-
bilidad de Charpentler en el
dominio de la flauta, no abri-
gamos la menor duda respecto
a su rotundo triunfo.
Acompaarn a Charpentler
en el inicio de esta nueva eta-
pa d su vida, su podre, el co-
nocido flautista Eduardo E.
Charpentler: AJf'edo de Saint
Malo en el violin: Alexander
Feinland, violin: Elizabeth Fein-
land, cello; Teodoro Tlrelll. vio-
la y Hans Janowitz al piano.
El siguiente es el programa
escogido para esta noche:
1Cuarteto en Re Mayor (K
2831. W. A. Mozart.
Allegro '
Adagio
Rondo
Eduardo Charpentier, flauta
Alexander Feinland. violin
Teodoro Tlrelll, viola
Elizabeth Feinland. cello.
2Trio Sonata en Sol Mayor.
J. 8. Bach.
Adagio
Allegro ma non troppo
Adagio e piano
Presto
Eduardo Chamentier. flauta
Eduardo E. Charpentier, flauta
Hans Janowitz. piano.
Intermedio
3Joueurs de Flute. Albert
Roussel.
Tltyre
Krishna
Mr. de la Pjaudie
Eduardo Charpentier. flauta
Hans Janowitz. plano
4 Deux Interludes. Jac-
ques Ibert.
Andante esoressivo
Allegro vivo
Eduardo Charpentier. flauta
Alfredo de Saint-Malo, violin
Hans Janowitz, piano.
5Nocturne et Allegro Scher-
rando. PhUHppe Gaubert-
i Eduardo Charpentler. flauta
Hans Janowitz, plano
Pelcula sobre un
viaje a Suramrica
pasa boy el Seguro
Boy, en. la Caja de Seguro
Social, se llevar a efecto a las
ocho de la noche, una funcin
de cine, ofrecida por el Depar-
tamento de Divulgacin y Re-
1 clones Pblicas de esa entidad
en colaboracin con la Pan*
American Airways, con el pro-
pflto de mostrar a los emplea'
dos del Seguro, los diferentes
I sistemas de vida de los pueblos
de Sur-Amrica.
En este film, en colores y ha-
blado en castellano, se presen-
tarn a los espectadores todas
las maravillas de Un Viaje Al-
rededor de Sur Amrica, con
las siguientes escenas:
Salida de Miami.
PanamVistas del Canal
de Panam.
Bogot-Edificlos.-Vistas del
Rio Magdalena.
Caracas-Vistas de la Ciu-
dad.-Tumba de Simn Bolvar.
Rio de Janeiro-Vistas de la
Baha.-Palacio del Emperador
del Brasil-Baile nativos.
Montevideo-Vlstaj de la Clu
dad.-Balneario de Punta de Es-
te, famoso lugar de veraneo.
Buenos Aires-Vistas de los
principales lugares df la ciudad.
Mar de Plata, con su famoso
i Casino.-Vlstas de las Pampas
Argentinas, gauchos etc.
Santiago de Chile-Vistas ds
la ciudad. Vina del Mar.-Los
fundos con sus rodeos; los hua-
sca: la cueca chilena.
! Per-Vista., de Ir Capital;
ruinas incaicas (Macch Pic-
I ch.
Quito-Vlstts de los edificios
y templos.
Otro accidente
La Chorrera, vio cuando el ca-
rro de Shade se acercaba a
gran velocidad. Al tratar de
desquitarlo,- el bus de Cedeo
hizo varios zig-zags cuando dos
ruedas de ste patinaron en los
hombros de la carretera. Cuan-
do el carro de Shade se es-
trell contra el bus, ya st
se encontraba casi pai'frio.
El automvil, una vez que
choc con el bus, sigui rodaiiuo
unos cien pies sobre la carrete-
ra y se sall luego de sta pa-
ra regresar nuevamente al pa-
vimento.
Cerca de cien
mltrus An tona tos. Julin Lee
Caballero y Francisco Romag-
nonl. quienes esta maana de-
claraban ante el Secretarlo del
Ministerio de Gobierno.
Amrica Latina
ca recibir directamente 62. mi-
llones de dlares ms los bene-
ficios indirectos que pudieran
derivarse de inversiones de o-
tras cantidades. Da le parte co-
rrespondiente a Latino Ameri-
ca. 40 millones de dlares serian
para fomentar el militarismo y
el resto para ayuda econmica.
Esferas autorizadas dijeron
que en el curso de la reunin
que se celebr a puertas cerra-
das los funcionarios citados ma-
nifestaron que los fondos asig-
nados a Latino Amrica ayuda-
ran a sa regln a aumentar
u contribucin al esfuerzo de
la defensa conjunta del mundo
am.______________
De usar gases
ello.
El General Rldgway suspen-
di las conversaciones de tregua
ei Domingo con base en que la
presencia de tropas armadas a
menos de cien yardas del sitio
de conferencias haba "violado
flagrantemente" la neutralidad
de Kaesong.
Los rojos contestaron el lu-
nes que la viola ji. haba sido
un accidente sin importancia
y aseguraron que no volvera a
ocurrir. Sin embargo, Rldgway
dijo que no reanudar las nego-
ciaciones hasta tan U no reciba
la completa garanta que sto
no volver a suceder, de lo con-
trario se suspendern las nego-
ciaciones de una vez por todas
Atacada de polio
pronto restablecimiento.
De acuerdo con declaraciones
oficiales del Hospital Gorgas,
se est haciendo lo posible pa-
ra mandar a la enferma a
Warm Springs, Georgia, para
que contine tratamiento en,
esa ciudad. La Asociacin Na-
cional contra la Parlisis In-
fantil de Estados Unidos est-
sufragando los gasto de hos-
pitalizacin de la actriz.
La seorita Helm se gradu-
e el Conservatorio de Msica
de la ciudad de Boston, y fu a'
Cuba contratada para actuar
en Radio y Televisin, cuando
decidi firmar con la compaa
teatral que la trajo a Pana-
m, de paso para el Sur
Batida contra
da, las acusados se dedicaban
a carear estn mermnf'a bada
depsitos cuando se perdieron
las cajas, encontrndose luego
en posesin de ellos.
Por encontrarse sentado en
un zagun fumando un cigarri-
llo de marihuana, fue detenido
y puesto a rdenes del Fiscal
de Turno el Joven Roberto Me-
drrno, de IS aos de edad.
Los oTlc'tore* J""" M',-'S
i*l de 41 aos de edad y Da-
niel Mariscal de 21 ' <". tv -
ron detenidos por miembros de
la Polica Secreta cuando se
dedicaban a cultivar un sem-
brado de la hierba marihuana
en sus tierras' de Tocumen.
Junto con los a?r)ciiltors de'e-
nidos se encontraba el seor
Gervasio Campos, de 37 aos
y residente en la misma finca,
quien igualmente sembraba ma-
rihuana.
Piden que se
namefio Unido, hiciramos so-
licitando que se volviera a dar
a los asegurados el servicio de
antelos que habla sido sus-
Sendido, pues la prensa local
a informado al pblico, que ya
se estn dando los pasos ne-
cesarios para establecer nueva-
mente esta prestacin: la ac-
tual solicitud tiene como base,
el clamor que nuestra entidad
viene oyendo desde hace tiem-
po en todo el Interior.
Se quejan los maestros, de
que a pesar de que ellos pagan
con exactitud e igual propor-
cin la cuota del Seguro Social,
no reciben las mismas presta-
ciones que la Caja hace a los
maestros de la capital. Creemos
oue tal reclamacin tiene fun-
damento y por eso nos atreve-
mos a solicitar a usted siempre
empeado, en beneficiar en to-
do lo que sea posible a todos
los asegurados, ordene una re-
visin de la organizacin de
r>rest8cinnes en el Interior, pa-
ra que stas se hagan con ms
eauldad y con la exactitud ne-
cesaria.
Ojal preste usted todo su
inters a este problema y co-
mo slemnre me suscribo.
Muy atentamente.
Ins E. Gatsmer,
Coordinadora Oral, del Magis-
terio Panameo Unido.
Adela T. Golcsechsa B*
Secretarla.
RED PANAMERICANA
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PAGINA
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDKKNDIZNTB
MIRCOLES, AGOSTO I, 1951
El Operten Trata Hoy De Mejorar Su Opcin y
El Bam Luchar Para Aduearse Del 2o. Lugar
Tom posesin la nueva Directiva del Santo Domingo
-v---
Sobresalieron en l basket de Las Tablas
Con marcado entusiasmo se est desarrollando el basketball
femenino en Las Tablas, j aqni presentamos a las dos me-
jores Jugadoras del equipo rlela, y ton Itallna Af (liquler-
da), la mejor Jugadora del torneo y capitana del conjunto
campen, y Edilma Espino (derecha), rpida y efectiva
metedora que result la segunda anotadora del campeonato.
El Curso Para Andadores De
Baseball Clausura Mn.
Con La Entrega De Diplomas
El Curso para notadores de
Baseball clausura maana sus
labores con el acto de entrega
de Diplomas a los deportistas
que se ban hecho acreedores
a ese reconocimiento y honor.
El acto tendr lugar en la
Aula Mxima de la Escuela Ma-
nuel J. Hurtado comenzando a
las 8 en punto de la noche, y el
Programa elaborado comprende
los siguientes puntos:
loApertura del Acto por el
periodista Joaqun A. Ortega.
2oPalabras por el Profesor
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
A tiempo pronosticamos una
victoria para Sugar Robinson
en la revancha frente a su re-
ciente vencedor Randy Turpin.
El Ingls es un boxeador que
puede Uu mucho ms, pero
creemos que Robinson pens
que su contrario era un "pes-
caito" y no fu as, pero Ro-
binson lo conoce ahora y le se-
r muy difcil a Turpin ganr-
selo otra vez.
Existe el temor de que "Pa-
nam" no pueda defender su
titulo de Campen Centroame-
ricano y del Caribe de Basket-
ball, que se adjudic en Sep-
tiembre del ao pasado en el
Primer Campeonato de esta n-
dole celebrado en Honduras. Es-
te ao el Pais sede es Guate-
mala, y como andan las cosas
ser muy difcil que nuestro
pas pueda representarnos. Se-
ria una lstima que no pueda
Panam defender su titulo, pe-
ro para ello tendrn que recu-
rrir a colectas pblicas. La enti-
dad que tiene que ver si Pana-
m va a defender su titulo es
la Federacin Nacional de Bas-
ketball. Tiene la palabra.
Un mal que agobia desde ha-
ce varios meses al Hipdromo
Nacional de Juan Franco, con-
siste en el personal encargado
de dar a conocer el total de
las apuestas. O el personal de
esa dependencia es Inepto pa-
ra ello, o lo son los encarga-
dos dt totalizar, pero lo cierto
s que se demoran tanto que
fastidian a los hpicos.Ojal
nuestras autoridades hpicas to-
maran cartas en el asunto pa-
ra el bienestar d nuestro Hi-
pdromo.
El Presidente de la Repblica,
Don Alcibiades Arosemena, est
empeado en que Panam pue-
da ofrecer los Vil Juegos Cen-
troamericanos y del Caribe de
los cuales nuestra Repblica es
Sede, derecho ste que gan or-
gullosamente en Guatemala.
Tiene el Mandatorlo una bella
oportunldaJ y es de que en el
ao de 1938 cuando i celebra-
ron en ese pais las Olimpiadas,
I Presidente era Don Juan D-
mostenos Arosemena (q.e.p.d.)
y se construyeron para aquella
poca obras de mucha Impor-
tancia para el deporte, y ahora
que somos sede de los VII Jue-
gos Olmpicos, el Presidente ac-
tual es otro seor Arosemena,
que es Don Alclbiades quien
puede tambin dejar a los de-
Ertlitas obras de gran impor-
icls. como un nuevo Gimna-
sio, Veldromo ec
del Curso, Sr. Grlmaldo Crdo-
ba.
3oPalabras por e; Presiden-
te de la Fed. Nacional de Base-
ball de Aficionados Sr. Arturo
Illueca.
4oAgradecimiento por el gra-
duando Guillermo S. Rolla.
5oSorpresa, por el graduan-
do Jorge del Cid.
8oEntrega de Diplomas por
el Lie. Manuel Roy.
7oClausura del Acto por el
seor Ministro de Educacin
Prof. Ricardo Bermdez.
Como Maestro de Ceremonia
actuar el graduando seor
Santiago A. Cajar.
Un total de 28 deportistas ter-
minaron satisfactoriamente el
curso para notadores de Base
ball y recibirn Diplomas: Car-
los A. Durant, Miguel A. Jurez
Guillermo Rolla, Fermn Casta-
edas, Jos I. Aguilar, Jaime
Gmez, Roberto Valencia, Ro-
berto Lavergne, Agustn Agul-
rre y Santiago A. Cajar.
Liberato A. Saavedra, Angel C.
Callejas, Restltuto Ortega, Agus
tin, G. Reluz, Sptimo Simpson,
Manuel Tulloch. Lorenzo K,
Ellis, Pedro A. Dies, Andrs A,
Urea, Maurlllo Torregroza Jr.,
Jonathan F. Smith Jr, Juan
P. Smith, Ral Flgueroa, Jorge
del Cid, Nstor E. sarmiento,
Julio Martnez Polo, Horacio
Kelly Filos, Antonio Gordon Jr.,
Las inscripciones del
basket juvenil intern.
se abren el viernes
El prximo viernes se abrirn
las Inscripciones para las Com-
petencias de Basketball orga-
nizadas por el Club Juvenil In-
ternacional, entidad formada
por la Cmara Internacional de
Jvenes,
Los partidos se efectuarn
por el momento los domingos
en la tarde en el Gimnasio de
la Escuela Profesional, cedido
gentilmente por la seorita
Cspedes, Directora de dicho
plantel.
Las Inscripciones la recibirn
el seor Jorge Calandre en el
Banco Nacional y Ral Flgue-
roa en el Instituto Nacional.
En los partidos del
basket femenino
y masculino
BASKETBALL FEMENINO
Categora Mayor
Seguida Vuelta
G. P. PJe.
Daar ............... 3 1 .750
Operten...........t t .500
Cardenas............t t .5eC
M. Vigor ............. 1 8 .850
Juego de Hoy
OPERTEN ts DAAR
BASKETBALL MASCULINO
Categora Mayor
Segunda Vuelta
G. P. Me.
Lord Chester...... 8 1 .889
Mauricio.............. i 4 .856
Dep. Bam ........8 4 .558
Carta Vieja .......4 6 .444
Juega de esta noche
CARTA VIEJA va BAM
Por BETO tejada-
dos Juegos de sumo inters
ofrece la Liga Provincial de
Basketball esta noche en el Glm
nasio Nacional, en la continua-
cin de los Campeonatos mas-
culino y femenino da la. cate-
gora, f
OFERTEN, ts DANAB
7.00 p.m.
En asta, primer juego, el Da-
ar, puntero de la segunda mi-
tad, pueda colocarse a un paso
de adjudicarse esta segunda
vuelta, si vanee a su ms serlo
rival como lo es el Operten, e-
quipo sta que gan la primera
vuelta y que amenaza seria-
mente con adjudicarse tambin
esta segunda vuelta. Judith Ca-
ballero lder de las anotado-
nes en su categora con 181
puntos aa ve frente a su ms
serla rival, como es Homobona
Espinosa, del Daar, que tiene
114 puntea.
BAM vs CARTA VIEJA
En el segundo juego, el Bam
busca la manera de aduearse
del segundo sitio del cuadro de
colocaciones, pero para ello tie-
ne que superar al Carta Vieja
el magnifico conjunto que per-
di su Juego anterlo* luchando
valientemente contra el Ches-
terfield.. Esta ocha veremos en
et Gimnasio Nacional la reapa-
ricin de Carlos "Tito" cefls,
el lder 'oficial" da loa mayores
notadores del circuito mayor
con 348 puntos, siendo su mas
serlo rival Julio Arosemena del
Mauricio que tiene 328 puntos.
Felipe Perdomo y Germn
Roa son los arbitros, Manuel
Cardales ser el suplente, slen-
d los notadores Neto Morales
y Yuil, mientras que los crono-
metristas son Mena y Alzpuru,
estando las puertas a cargos de
Amores Jr. Glttens y Zeballos.
Socio/ Deportiva
CONDOLENCIA
En el da de ayer, dej de
existir el Sr. Amadeo Ivaldi,
padre del conocido deportista
redactor deportivo y coiumnis-
ta de esta seccin Serafn Ival-
di.
El entierro es hoy y el cortejo
fnebre partir de la casa de
Velacin Alvarado. Por este me-
dio enviamos nuestras ms sen-
tidas muestras de condolencia
al estimado colega asi como a
todos sus familiares.
Trece Ejemplares Se Inscribieron
En El Clsico Cuerpo Diplomtico
Por RDEME
Trece caballos se encuentran
Inscritos para disputarse el cl-
sico "Cuerpo Diplomtico" que
sa correr el domingo 10 de los
corrientes en el Hipdromo Na-
cional sobre una distancia de
2.100 metros y por un premio de
B.2.000.00.
Para esta prueba en la cual
competirn los mejores ejem-
plares de la pista, se han Ins-
crito: Plnard (128), Rathling
Light (126), Welsh Loch (123).
Phoebus Apollo (123), Full (118)
Dictador (118), Gorsewood (110)
Welsh Fox (107), Bandwood
(107), Gris (107), Newmlnster
(100), Chacabuco (100) y Alto
Alegre (100).
LAS CARRERAS DE ESTE FIN
DE SEMANA
Reidos cotejos brindar esta
semana el Hipdromo Nacional.
En el principal se batirn los
equinos de la clase "A" sobre
una distancia de 1400 metros.
Competirn aqu: Plnard, Royal
Coup, Full, Welsh Loch, Rat-
ling Light, Phoebus Apollo y
Dictador.
REAPARECEN UNOS POTROS
En la prueba para los sub-
campeones reaparecen los me-
jores potros que se han desta-
cado en los ltimos meses en
Juan Franco entre ellos tene-
mos a sandwood, Welsh Fox y
Silver Domin. Contra ellos
competirn Gris, Gorsewood,
Fair Chanca y Montlellto.
Los Pilotos De La Nal. Predicen
El Triunfo De Los Dodgers, Pero
En La Americana Todos Titubean
NUEVA YORK, Agosto 8 (UP)
Los pilotos de la Liga Nacional
estn casi unnimemente de
acuerdo con los Dodgers de que
ganarn el gallardete, pero en-
tre los de la Liga Americana
existen considerable divergen-
cia de opinin sobre cual ser
la novena campeona.
La encuesta realizada ayer
por la Prensa Unida revel, que
siete de los ocho pilotos de la
Liga Nacional ?stn de acuerdo
en que los Dodgers ya se han
asegurado el triunfo. Solo Eddie
Sawyer de los Phillies rehus
predecir como terminar la lar-
ga contienda.
Los pilotos de la Liga Ame-
ricana plenamente conscientes
de la reida lucha que libran
sus novenas se mostraron ms
remisos en hacer sus prediccio-
nes. Zack Taylor de loa Car-
melitas y Bucky Harria de los
Senadores expresaron la creen-
cia' de que los Yanquis ganarn.
escogi a los Medias Rojas y Al
Lpez de los Indios y Paul Ri-
chards de los Medias Blancas
seleccionaron a sus propias no-
venas. Pero Jos otros tres pilo-
tos, Casey Stengel de los Yan-
quis, Steve O'Kjlll de los Me-
dias Rojas y Red Rolle de los
Tigres titubearon en cuanto a
predecir el ganador o sencilla-
mente rehusaron en hacer pre-
dicciones.
Richards se mostr confiado
en qe los Medias Blancas se re-
pondrn de sus recientes reve-
ses y terminarn en el primer
lugar. Lpez se expres Igual-
mente en que nadie vencer a
los Indios.
El predominio de los Dodgers
en la Nacional puede determi-
narse por el hecho de que Leo
Durocher, piloto da los Oigan-
tes, la nica novena a la cual
los peritos conceden la posibili-
dad de alcanzar el equipo de
Brooklyn, admiti que tenia que
favorecer a sus rivales Dodgers
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Lucido resalt el acto de toma de posesin de la nueva directiva del prestigioso Club Depor- .
tivo Santo Domingo, y en esta vista vemos el momento en que el Presidente reelecto, Antonio
Hacines, toma el Juramento de rigor a dos d lea nuevos directores del Club; en la fotografa
aparecen, de Izquierda a derecha, el Lie Camilo Levy 8., Abogado Consultor del Club; Per
nando Ochoa, Fiscal; Vctor Beltrn, Secretario de Correspondencia; el Presidente, A. Racine;
Diego Snchei, Tesorero; y Hermllo Ochoa, Secretorio de Aetas; el Vicepresidente Enrique Do-
nado est detrs del Tesorero.
El Ministro De Educacin
Elaborar El Presupuesto
Para Los Vil Juegos C. A.
Jimmy Dykes de los tJtlcos en la lucha por el gallardete
El Ex-Comisionado De Baseball
A. B. Chandler Declara Ante La
Cmara De Representantes
WASHINGTON, Agosto 8 (U. lleg de Europa. Al preguntar-
se Feris te impuso al
Roque por 2 a 1 en el
ftbol mayor de Coln
El Deportivo Feris mejor su
opcin en el Campeonato de
Ftbol de primera categora de
la Liga Provincial de Coln con
su victoria sobre el Roque por
2 a 1 en el partido que sostu-
vieron ltimamente en el Esta-
dio de la ciudad Atlntica.
El encuentro result movido
e Interesante, marcando R. Ca-
brera y N. Castillo los dos tan-
tos de los ganadores y 8. Reina
anot el goal del Roque,
En los encuentros de la se-
gunda Categora el Abel Bravo
se Impuso al Amazona por 3 a
1 y el Centuria triunfo sobre
el Panam Sporting por for-
feit.
Los Juegos sealados para el
prximo domingo corrern a
cargo de los oncenos Dosman vs
Roque de la primera divisin
y Amazona vr Foche y Abel
Bravo vs Panam Sporting de
la segunda categora.
Liceo y Artes siguen
marcando el paso en
las justas de volibol
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Volleyball Intercoleglal
Clndad de Panam
FEMENINO
Ucee ..............
Profesional..........
IPA ..................
Instituto Nacional ..
MASCULINO
Artes................ 4
Profesional.........8
Instituto Nacional .. 8
IPA .................. 8
El equipo del Liceo en el cir-
cuito femenino y el conjunto
del Artes en el circuito mascu-
lino continan en el comando
de sus respectivos grupos en la
Justa Intercolegial de Volleyball
con sus triunfos de ayer en el
Gimnasio Nacional, donde las
licestas triunfaron sobre el
Instituto Panamericano y los
artesanos lograron imponerse
en un reido y movido encuen-
tro que se extendi a un tiempo
extra a la Profesional.
En los encuentros pasados, el
Liceo se Impuso a la Profesional
y el IPA le gan al Instituto
Nacional por forfeit en la rama
femenina, y el Instituto Nacio-
nal le gan al Artes y la Pro-
fesional al IPA en los varones.
P./El ex-Comislonado general
del Baseball A. B. Chander di-
jo ante la comisin de la C-
mara de Representantes que
Investiga si el baseball Infringe
la ley contra monopolios que
los dueos de equipos tienen
ignorancia supina de eso depor-
te que estara mejor sin ellos.
Dijo que nadie deba ser tan
"estpido" como para aceptar
el puesto que estuvo desempe-
ando a menos que se abrogue
una regulacin de que doce de
los 16 dueos de equipos de las
Ligas Americanas deben estar
de acuerdo sobre 1 actuacin
del Comisionado.
Hoy se reunirn en Nueva
York los dueos de las nove-
nas para discutir el nombra-
miento del nuevo comisionado.
Al parecer no habr muchas
dificultades para llegar a un
acuerdo. Luis Perlnl dueo del
Boston de la Liga Nacional al
preguntarse en esa ciudad el
nombre del hotel en qua para-
ra en Nueva York dijo que en
ninguno, que Irla en avin y
esa misma noche tambin por
avin saldra pura Milwaukee.
Se ha mencionado como can-
didato a James A. Farley, ex-
jefe de la Comisin Nacional del
Partido Democrtico que ayer
sele acerca de su aceptacin del
cargo dijo "no tengo nada que
decir excepto para aclarar que
no es cierto que alguien me te-
lefoneo a Londres pidindome
que aceptara el cargo".
El Gobernador de Ohio, Frank
Lausche que se menciono Insis-
tentemente la semana pasada
como candidato al puesto con
el respaldo de George Trautman,
Presidente de las Ligas Meno-
res, declar en Columbus "me
gustarla que Trautman acepta-
r el cargo". Trautman tambin
ha sido mencionado como can-
didato.
Por H. E. TEJADA V
La aceptacin para que nues-
tra Repblica ofrezca en el ao
de 1954 loa VII Juegos Centro-
Amerieanes y del Caribe, fue-
ron aprobadas por nuestro Go-
bierno, segn Inform anoche
el Presidente del Comit Nacio-
nal Olmpico, Lie. Anibal IIluc-
ca.
El Gobierno design al Mi-
nistro de Educacin Profesor
Ricardo Bermdez, par* que
ste elabore el presupuesto a
fin de que el Gobierno pueda
aprobar la partida requerida.
Tambin fu Informado en la
reunin semanal del Comit
Olmpico celebrado anoche, que
el Gobierne haba pasado y a
la Comisin Legislativa Perma-
nente de nuestra Asamblea Na
cional la solicitud del crdito
suplementario de B.20.000 para
que nuestro pais asista a los
Juegos Bollvarianos que se eele-
brsrn en Diciembre del ao en
curso en Venezuela,
El Comit Olmpico en.su reu-
nin de anoche fij en princi-
pio que la Delegacin a los Jue-
gos Bollvarianos este compues-
ta por 85 personas de las cuales
55 sern atletas, fijando la l-
tima semana del mes. de Octu-
bre para que estn escogidos
los equipos que asistirn. Tam-
bin fu nombrada anoche una
Comisin de finanzas quedando
compuesta por el Presidente del
Comit, Illueca, y los miembros
Sarasqueta, Hurtado y De Len.

Orestes Mioso Encabeza Varios
Departamentos De La L Americana

Para Presupuestos
de Pintara
Uarne a
Vicente Parada
Pintor Contratista
Af>li Para Na. 11
Til. 1-M71
Los cigarrilleros
siguen invictos en el
ful de V. Hermosa
En los partidos efectuados el
domingo pasado en el cuadro
de ftbol de Vista Hermosa, los
resultados fueron los siguientes:
'En el primer partido que sos-
tuvieron los oncenos Cervece-
ra y Arsenal, gan el primero
de ellos, por 4 goes contra 1.
El segundo partido que pro-
tagonizaron los equipos Lord
Chesterfield y Dep. Llaurad lo
gan el primero de ellos por 1-0
Anot el goal de la victoria
Luis Luscando, al rematar un
'corner" cobrado por su com-
paero Alfredo Botello, mante-
niendo asi su invicto en lo que
v de la temporada.
El primer partido de la tarde
realizado entre el Eva Pern y
el Parque Lefevre le gan al
Pern por 8 contra 0.
El ltimo choque entre los
equipos Sporting Vista Hermosa
y Millonarios, se impuso el Vis-
ta Hermosa por 8 goles contra
Xe
Curiosa decisin
contra el Azteca
toma la Liga Sta. Rita
Curiosa violacin de loa Re-
glamentos del Baseball cometi
la Directiva de la Liga de Base
ball para Aficionados de Santa
Rita,.al desconocer la protesta
del Dep. Azteca, por haber par-
ticipado en las filas del Fren-
te Patritico un Jugador que no
tenia 24 horas de firmado, en
el partido que sostuvieron ha-
ce poco en el Estadio Olmpico.
Pareciendo desconocen en par-
te los reglamentos, la Directiva
adjudic el partido al Frente,
alegando que dicha protesta no
deba de tratarse, perdiendo de
esta manera el Azteca su in-
victo.
La reglamentacin del Base-
ball dice lo siguiente:
Ningn jugador podr parti-
cipar en un partido de Base-
ball sin tener las 24 horas h-
bilet de firmado.
Ambato y Santander
siguen en el grupo de
vanguardia en ftbol
Ambato y Santander conser-
varon sus previlegladas posicio-
nes en el grupo de vanguardia
de ftbol de segunda categora
de la Liga Provincial de Pana-
m con sus. respectivas victo-
rias del pasado fin de semana.
Los ecuatorianos se Impusie-
ron al Hispano Jr. por 8 tantos
a 0 para continuar solos en el
primer lugar con un total de 17
puntos.
El Santander a su vez le gan
a los anconlstas menores por 3
a 1 para seguir en el segundo
puesto con 18 puntos.
NUEVA YORK, Agosto (UP)
Orestes Mioso el antesalls-
ta y Jardinero cubano de los
Medias Blancas al que ya mu-
chos cronistas consideran como
'el recluta del ao" en la Liga
Americana se mantiene firme
en el liderato en promedio al
bate, en carreras anotadas y
triples.
Mioso cuenta con un prome-
dio de .344 con 126 lncoglbles
18 de ellos triples en 366 veces
al bate en 102 juegos. Segundo al
bate figura Ferris Fain de loa
Atltlcos con .334, tercero con
.332, George Kell de los Tigres
cuarto con 331, Gil Coan de
los Senadores y quinto con
326 el mexicano Beto Avila de
los Indios.
El lder de la Llgr. en carre-
ras empujadas es Ted Williams
de los Medas Rojas con 94 y en
jonrones Gus Zernlal de los
Atltlcos. El lder al bate de la
Liga Nacional es Stan Muslal
con un promedio de .370 segui-
do de Richie Ashburn Jackie
Robinson, Johnny Wyroatek y
Continan empatados
Morris y Duran en
la justa de bolos
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Torneo de Bolos
Caf Duran ........*
Morris ............. 9
Pinocho ...........5
Entrometidos........ 5
Tropical ............. 4
Selecta ............4
Dep. Royal ........3
Taller Sonsa ......4
ptica Sosa ....... 2
Novatos ............. 8
El Caf Duran y Philip Morris
quedaron nuevamente empata-
dos en el primer puesto del
Torneo de bolos "Jantzen" al
dividir honores anoche, distln-
Suindose Novey, con serle de 500
sta noche se enfrentan los
3 .75
3 .75C
3 .825
3 .625
4 MC
4 .500
5 .875
8 .333
6 .250
9 50
Entrometidos y ptica Sosa en juego que debe resultar reido e interesante:
CAFE DURAN Padilla 158 178 148 474 La Guardia 184 114 127 365 Novey 159 174 187 800 Diaz 147 140 160 447 Romagosa 164 153 138 452
752 784 782 2238
PHILIP MORRIS Samanlego 147 156 169 472 Maduro 181 161 125 417 Orillee 146 161 195 492 Soto 111 125 132 368 Caprlles 186 140 178 494
Handicap 721 733 789 2243 14 14 14 42
735 747 803 2285
R. Campanella. Ralph Klner y
Oil Hodges estn empatados
por el primer lugar en jonrones
con 31. Klner ha anotado a su
veg el mayor nmero de carre-
ras con 89 una ms que Hod-
ges y en carreras empujadas el
lder es Monte Irvln de los i-
gante* con 79, una ms que
Klner.. ,
Fue agasajado el
Jugador Beto Avila
en Washington
WASHINGTON Agosto 8 (USIS
Roberto Francisco (Beto) Avi-
la, brillante Jugador de pelota
mexicano, recibi dos medallas,
un trofeo y 400 cartas de ami-
gos y admiradores, en una re-
cepcin- en su honor, efectuada
aqui ayer en la Embajada de
Mxico.
El famoso segunda base de
los Indios de Cleveland, de la
Liga Americana, es el nico
beisbolero mexicano que acta
en las Ligas Mayores. Recibi
estas distinciones mientras dis-
tinguidas persona idades ofica-
les, deportistas y aficionado elo-
giaban la labor de esta estrella
del baseball; Avila tiene 25 aos
de edad y es oriundo de Vera-
cruz. Mxico.
La presentacin de los trofeos
la hizo el Embajador de Mxi-
co en los Estados Unidos, Ra-
fael de la Colina, siendo sta la
Krlmera vez que tiene lugar en
i Embajada un acto de esta
naturaleza.
El director del equipo de los
Indios, Al Lpez, el vlce-presi-
dente del club de los Senado-
res de Washington, Calvin Grif-
fith, Jugadores u8 los equipos
Washington y Cleveland, y des-
tacadas figuras de los crculos
oficiales y diplomticos de
Washington, y Cleveland, asis-
tieron a la recepcin.
La primera medalla de oro
entregada a Avila fu enviada
por la cadena de pe Jodeos me-
xicanos Garca Dalseca, Junto
con un pergamino en el que se
cita "la extraordinaria actua-
cin de Avila en el campo del
deporte.
Avila, quien aprendi a Ju-
gar baseball en los arenales de
Veracruz, recibi la segunda
medalla enviada por los cronis-
tas deportivos mexicanos. La
Inscripcin dice: "A Beto, por
sus sobresalientes mritos en el
besebalT.
El trofeo, una estatulta de
plata representativa de un Ju-
gador de baseball, le fu obse-
quiada a Avila por Fernando
Casas Alemn. Alcalde de Ciu-
dad de Mxico.
A Avila le fueron entregados
alrecedor de 400 cartas y 75 te-
legramas de los aficionados me-
xicano*.
Se piensa hacer un
festival bailable en
el gimnasio de Anin
ANTON, Agosto 8 (Correspon-
sal Chong)Los deportistas an-
toneros estn en pie de alert
con motivo del anuncio de un
festival bailable que se piensa
celebrar en el gimnasio de esto
lugar.
Como es de conocimiento p-
blico este gimnasio fu repara-
do hace poco y los deportista*
estn luchando para que mi
mantenga en buenas condicio-
nes.
Por tal motivo corremos tras-
lado a las autoridades perti-
nentes con el fin de que pro-
hiban esa clase de espectculos
en dicho gimnasio.
El Deportivo Estacin
se perfila campen
del basket antonero
ANTON, Agosto 8 (Correspon-
sal Chong)El quinteto Depor-
tivo "Estacin" est a un so.o
paso de conquistar el torneo d
basketball de este lugar merceo)
a su triunfo frente a los mu-* '
chachos del Deportivo Patino
por anotacin de 27 a 22.
Este partido que fu presen-
ciado por la mayor concurren-
cia que se ha dado cita en el
coliseo antonero, result muy
reido en todos los tiempos y s*->
vino a decidir en los minutos
finales.
Los muchachos del quinteto
"Estacin'' se coronarn cam-'
peones si logran vencer al De-
portivo Regis y se harn
acredor a un bello trofeo do-
nado por el Departamento de
Educacin Fsica.
Noche de sorpresas
constituy la velada
canastera de anoche
Una noche de sorpresa cons-
tituy la velada canastera a '
la menor, celebrada anoche en
el Gimnasio Nacional, en la'
cual salieron vencedores los
equipos Bam Jr., Eva Pern y
Centenario.
En el primer pleito de la no-
che el.Bam Jr. logr su sexta
victoria contra una derrota al
Imponerse ampliamente al Ma-M.
durlto por 44 a 23, ti Bam Jr. 8
se puso asi a un paso de lograr X
su clasifl clon para la serie *
final. En el segundo juego da -
la noche el Eva Pern obtuvo
sorpresivamente su segundo -
xito en esta campaa menor, S
al vencer nada menos que a 9
uno de los favoritos de la Justa *
como lo es el Fuerza y Luz por 2
4f*a 36. Con mi rterre -'- -
el Fuerza y Lu se coloca ea "
una situacin ungut. 1
lograr su derecho a competir en *
1 serie final. En el ltimo cho- |
que de la noche el Centenario
logr su sexta victoria en con- Z
tra de dos derrotas al Imponer- *
se al Rodelas en reido part- i
do por la anotacin final de 37 *
a 30Los nicos equipos qua
hasta el momento estn elasl-
Meados son ptica Sosa que
triunfo en forma Invicta y Pe- 2
limex del grupo "Gringo de la
Guardia", y en el grupo "Cha
Villalobos" se disputan la op-
cin de clasificar los equipos
Carlos Elett. (5-2). Bam Jr.
(6-2) Barcelona (5-2). Centena-
rio (6-2) y Pepsicola (3-3).
s
i
Juan do loa dolstts producido! par
1 roumatUcno. artritla. nauritia.
lumbago, citica, msculoa adolori-
do, coyuntura** hinchada, la ator-
mtntcn, obtanga Romlnd n Isa
botica n atenida, "tomlnd > alivi-
ar rpldamantt. permitindola
darmtr y trabajar caaodaaianta. Na
sufra lnnaeaaarlamaata. Obtenga)
flavin* aoy mWmo.
j



MIRCOLES. AGOSTO . 1*51
IL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE

PAGINA
dtotonii
taiofonica
por FISIN
Dems est decir que el te-
ma que habr de ocuparnos en
estas gacetillas, ser "radiodi-
fusin Por tal motivo, nos ol-
vidamos de ms explicaciones
I' presentamos nuestro saludo a
os lectores.
La Novela Matinal, uno de
los espacios artsticos que con-
tribuye al prestigio de la Red
Panamericana, prese ntara a
artlr del prximo jueves "En-
re Dos Amores", una adapta-
cin de Chong Ruiz, Joven ele-
mento de nuestra radio, que
trabaja bajo las toldas de las
Emisoras de la Calle "H". Con-
fiamos en su xito. El tema es
Interesante: presenta un con-
flicto sentimental. El autor,
Chong Ruiz se siente optimis-
ta. La promesa de una bue-
na novela, surge para los oyen-
tes de la buena radio.
L'n interesante concurso aca-
ba de iniciar la Casa Sport en
u campaa de publicidad para
Introducir la novela Admiral,
que lanzar al aire la Red Pan-
americana el 16 de agosto a
la 6 y 15 de la tarde. En es-
tas mismas planas, aparece hoy
un anuncio en clave. Los lecto-
res deben armar con las letras
del mismo, el nombre de la
novela Admiral; enviarla luego
al Apartado 1121, para que pue-i
dan entrar en la rifa de un j
magnfico Radio Admiral de 5
tubos, que obsequia la Casa '
Sparton.
Emilio Da, director de la
RED. se encarg hace una se- '
mana de la direccin de Don
Quakero, espacio radial de la
Avena Qualcer que se transmi-
te a las 3 y 30 de la tarde.
Esperamos, que este espectcu-
lo mantenga su calidad, pues a
Diaz, le sobra experiencia.
Un programa musical de gran
aprobacin y que muchos co-
mentarios favorables ha pro-
vocado es el del Cuarteto Ma-
yo. Escchelos a las 3 y 45 p.m.
en la Red y dganos luego si
son elogios inmerecidos o si
nuestra opinin es un acto de
justicia a un puado de artis-
tas bien identificados con la
msica que interpretan.
El Ron Libertador, se est
anotando un "hit" con su pro-
grama de los sbados "El Ca-
rrusel de la Alegra". Anima y
produce Martnez Blanco, cuyo
entusiasmo contagia a los oyen-
tes y al numeroso pblico que
acude a presenciar su desarro-
llo en los estudios de la "Ca-
lle "H". Se lucen tambin los
muchachos del Alegre Conjunto
Los Villalobos.
Hemos odo una grabacin del
jingle de Tropldura y nos ha
gustado mucho. Propaganda
bien concebida y bien produ-
Ocho destacados
blgaros vctimas
de la purga roja
NUEVA YORK, agosto 8. I
(USIS)Cuatro ministros del
gabinete y cuatro generales bl-
garos han sido arrestados y li-
quidados por el gobierno comu-
cida. Palmas para su productor
Emilio Daz, que ya se ha gana-
do en Cuba y Mxico varios
premios en la confeccin de ese
tipo de publicidad radial.
Guillermo Echever, se gan el
tesoro Ron Libertador, con la
friolera de premios qe Incluye
entre otros, un viaje a Costa
Rica, va TACA, 1 tostadora
elctrica de la Casa Sparton,
un par de zapatos de los Al-
macenes Pereira, etc. Bonito ob-
sequio, en buen tiempo... feli-
citaciones al distinguido oyen-
te... y por hoy... amigos...
suficiente...
nista de Sofa en la ltima pur-
ga dirigida desde Mosc entre
los satlites de Europa Oriental.
-sri'n los informes recibidos a-
qui.
El corresponsal del "New York
Times", C. L. Sulzberger. en des-
pacho enviado desde Pars, dice
Sue estas purgas son acompa-
adas por acusaciones en masa
sobre "traicin", "tlotlsmo", es-
pionaje y sabotaje a favor de
las potencias occidentales.
El corresponsal Sulzberger di-
ce que los siguientes dirigentes
blgaros han sido arrestados o
"purgados" durante las ltimas
nueve semanas acusados de
conspirar contra el presente r-
RED PANAMERICANA
. tiene los
HnrT
mejores programas
/ffir-ti
"*
PRESIDENTE
II AtQNDlC'ONAb
DA
POPULAR!
HOY
Doble
Programa!
-35e-
BAILES! CANCIONES!
CHISTES! MUJERES!
En la Mejor Pel tula
Cubana...!
GARRIDO y PINERO
Las Mellizos DOLLY
* Las Mulatas de Fuego
* La Sonora Matancera
- en -
QdL^Ma
DESDE EL
JUEVES
UN DRAMA DE FUERTES EMOCIONES!
Una pgina realista tomada de los Archivos de la Polica
de Nueva York, donde exista el sindicado del crimen, in-
fame organizacin de asesinos a sueldo...!
BALA POR BALA Y VIDA POR VIDA
HOY! ULTIMO DA!
AMALIA
ACUI LAR
LA REINA DEL MAMBO
- en -
"AMOR PERDIDO"
En Doble Programa con i*
Gran Pelcula de
< IIACUITA
"LA HIJA de la OTRA"
MAANA!
ESTRENO SENSACIONAL!
RESORTES
1 Primer Bailarn del Cine
- en -
MI KM
Un hombre con msica en
los pies y ritmo en la
sangre... 1
ESCUELA DE
MODELOS
FERNANDO FERNANDEZ
MARGA LOPEZ, en
ARRABALERA


f*THC
NCANJ
Aire-Acondicionado
HOY
A LAS 6:00 Y
9:00 P.M.
PRESENTACIN PERSONAL
De la Sensacional Estrella del
Cine Mexicano
AMALIA AGUILAR
Vala y igala interpretando los Mambos
y Rumbas ms populares con el
respaldo musical de la
superorquesta.de
ANGELO JASPE ^^8
En La Pantalla :-

Nin Sevilla, en
"PERDIDA"
Jorge Mistral, en
POBRE CORAZN"
PRECIOS POPULARES: .50 y .25
LUX
Aire-
Acondicionado
La caza humana ms
sensacional de todos
los tiempos!...
MAANA
PROHIBIDA PARA MENORES
DE 18 ANOS!
CECILIA
EL SABIA DEMASIADO PARA
SEGUIR VIVIENDO!...
En todas las Capitales del
mundo se esperaba con an-
siedad el Secreto que ese
Hombre conoca!...
columna ncruats nMi
Douglas FAIRBANKS,,
SECRETO
DE
ESTADO
** TRAPICO
KL C'ANiO A LA BELLEZA DE LA MUJER TROPICAL!
CANTOS, BAILES. BELLOS PAISAJES Y ARTISTICA8
ESCENAS AL DESNUDO!...
Cu >u o^ jA .ii.nn..<.i u.l... ATUSVaS pulihiucnUd rAMiu.
SANTAMARA y ROSITA DIAZ Un chiquilla de ocho ao*
bailando Mambo como nadie nunca lo haba hecho!...
gimen: Zhlvlco Zhlvlcov, Auxiliar
del Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores; Tltko Tcernokolev,
Ministro de Agricultura y Miem-
bro Suplente del Politburo; el
Ministro de Comercio Exterior,
Dimltrov; Roussl Chrlstozov, ex-
Minlstro de lo interino v lti-
mamente Ministro de Alimen-
tos; y los generales Slavtcho
Trensky, Outcho Znepolskl.
Dobrl Kolev Terpeshev y Tomov.
-
Aire-Acondicionado
't ~~Jeat>.'
klinifiA rica
f/iWtPftytJ MAANA
UNA PELCULA Q/UE LLEGA AL CORAZN!
Dos almas sedientas de cario se encontraron, pero el Desti-
no lrs haba congregado en una vspera llena de tragedla!

jjjjj i
II
:::::
COLUMBA DOMNGUEZ
ROBERTO CAEDO en
ROSAURA REVUELTAS FERNANDO FERNANDEZ
EDUARDO AROZAMENA ARTURO SOTO RANGEL
JOS TORVAy JAIME FERNANDEZ
::: :
!!i i
:::: -
i:
FOTOOAAFI* DC
OIMCCION DE
GABRIEL EMILIO
FIGUEROA -FERNANDEZ
UNA MOOUCCION OC
FRANCISCO D6 P..CABRERA
OIITMIBUIOA POR
COLUMBIA PI.CTURES
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
PROGRAMA "EL CARRUSEL DE LA ALEGRA"
RED PANAMERICANA APARTADO 1121
NOMBRE .....................................
DIRECCIN...................................
Recorte este cupn y envelo hoy miimo a la direccin
descrita para que pueda ganarse el "TESORO RON,.
LIBERTADOR."

AH, QUE BUENO
y qu bueno
para Ud. tambin!
Deliciosas y fortificantes
HOJUELAS DE AVENA 3-MINUTOS
presidente
c N Alkfc ACONDICIONADA
|MANANA|
SORPRENDENTE ESTRENO!
UNA JUGADA
del DESTINO...
La trgica broma de la
vida que rectifica el Des-
tino, en una historia de
la vida real...!
RAFAEL BALEDON
ReDorteaba con el
corazn... -
DAVID SILVA
Se volvi desconfiado
y matrero...
LILIA PRADO
Lo dio todo por salvar
a su marido...
Y EN MEDIO DEL DRAMA SURGE RADIANTE EL
CHISPAZO CMICO DE
OSCAR PULIDO
Y LOS BAILES TREPIDANTES DE
LAS MELLIZAS DOLLY
En la dramtica historia de un hombre, en cuya felicidad
se abri un parntesis doloroso, para despus encontrar
en sus hijos la dicha que haba perdido...!
CUANDO ACABA
LA NOCHE
...YA VIENE!... LA GALLEGA...
PERO ESTA VEZ...
UNA GALLEGA BAILA MAMBO
En iodo el mundo lo nioj prefieran lis
Hojuelas de Avene 3-Minutoi. Y ei asom-
broso lo mucho que a ellos les guste su
sabor. Srvalas y ver.
Luego srvase itsltd tambin un plato
de tan alimenticio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que son estas suculentas hojuelas
de avena, maduradas al sol y de rico sabor
a nuez, que tanto estimulan el apetito.
Sirva usted maana a toda la familia un
plato de Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minutos
el manjar umversalmente -preferido
para el desayuno.
'Si*l
TEATRO LUX
t:M, 4:40, :S0, I:W .,
La Primera Pelcula Mexicana
en este Teatro I
"EN LA PALMA
DE TU MANO"
cen
Aman .ir i ordova Ltticta Plm
CENTRAL
"LA HIJA
DEL
PECADO"
(En Technicolor)
BELLA VISTA
La historia del bandido
ms sanguinario de
China 1
BORIS KARLOFF
RICARDO CORTES
- en -
"FANG,
EL TEMERARIO"
TEATRO CECILIA
EL GRAN ESCNDALO DE DROGAS
ENTRE ESTUDIANTES 1
"SUEO INFERNAL"
ce* LITA GREY CHAPLIN
_____"Mr. AMERICA''____________
TROPICAL
"Los 8
Sentenciados"
- con -
DENNI FRISE
VALERIE HOBSON
JOAN GREENWOOD
TEATRO ENCANTO
PRESENTACIN da
AMALIA AGUILAR
A LAS 6:00 Y 1:00 P.M.
En U Pantalla:
Nin Sevilla, en
"PERDIDA"
Jorge Mistral, en
"POBRE CORAZN"
TEATROTIVOU
DA D'baNCOI B.lOOOo"
Para el Pblico a laa 5-t
Errol Flynn, en "LA ROCA"
Ademas': Virginia Mayo, en
"LA SIRENA DE LA
PLAYA"__________
VARIEDADES
A lm 5 y 8:30 p.m. WAHOOI
Premio de Oro B. 150.00
Adems: Un Gran Doble I
Dan Duryea Evelyn
Keyea, en
"EL GRITO AHOGADO"
William Powell, en
LA LLAMA en la NIEVE"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
"EL TESORO DE LA ISLA
MISTERIOSA"
"EL FILN"
"LA VENGANZA DEL
_______FORASTERO"
TEATRO VICTORIA
AGENTE SECRETO No. 99'
(-10| Adems:
"LOS INCENDIARIOS"
"COLONIZADORES DE LA
PRADERA"
HISPANO
Humphrey Bogart, en
"SU ULTIMO REFUGIO"
Joel McCrea, en
"AL SUR DE SAN LUIS"
TEATRO IRIS
George Raft, en
"AVANZADA EN
MARRUECOS"
John Mills, en
"OCTUBRE me CONDENA"
TEATROJOISON_
McDonald Carey, en
"EL FANTASMA DEL MAR"
Audle Murphy, en
"Bandidos en La Sierra"
VISTERMOSA
Robert Kent, en
"CDIGO DEL HAMPA"
Joseph Cllela, en
_ "LA HORCA"
PACIF ICO
"LA LOBA DE
LONDRES"
-SU NOCHE DE
AVENTURAS"
IOEAL
TRAMPOSO
rxOCFNTE"
"LA MUERTE
ENAMORADA"
APOLO
"TRES HOMBRES
MALOS"
- Y -
"OTRA PRIMERA
VEZ"
ROOSEVELT ~ OOS DE JUVENTUD" y "LA NOCHE Y TU"


mtercoi.es. agosto a. 1951
La, PANAMA AMnUCA DIARIO INDBPKNDIKNn
El Fakir Urbano inicia su ayuno
EL FAKIR URBANO SE DESPIDE DE SU ESPOSA la Fakires Rubia minutos antes de que
fuera cerrada y lacrada la urna de cristal en donde permanecer encerrado durante 30 das
y 30 noches sin comer ni beber, desafiando a la muerte. El Teatro Tropical se llen de p-
blico anoche para presenciar el encierro de-es te hombre que ayuna para poder vivir. Estu-
vieron representados en el acto los representantes de la Prensa, el Municipio, el Gobierno y un
Notario Pblico, quienes despus de cerrar los dooe candados de la urna y sellar y lacrar la
misma, firmaron un acta, inmediatamente despus la urna con el Fakir Urbano fu trasla-
dada al Teatro Mayo en una carrosa de la Funeraria Alvarado. El Fakir'Urbano permanecer
en exhibicin permanente durante 30 das con sus noches en el Teatro Mayo en donde desde
anoche comenz a entrar numeroso pblico. En vista de nuestro clima, se ha instalado una
mquina de aire acondicionado al lado de la urna del Fakir para que ste no tenca que sufrir
de calor... Con el ayuno basta.
HOY-LUX
PRE-ESTRENO ESPECIAL!
ROMPIENDO TODO PRECEDENTE
El Teatro LUX exhibe por primera vez
una pelcula mexicana! Un drama de
excepcional calidad
CDRDOVA
PALMA
-- con
CARMEN MONTEJO
RAMON GAY
Direccin de
Roberto Gavaldon
Seleccionada por la la.
dustrla Clnnnaloirafica
Mexicana para que nev
n representacin en al
Fellval Mundial da Ve-
nirla.

Una historia intensa,
angustiosa, inquietante...
de dramtica belleza.'... Tres
vidas y un amargo destino!
NOTA: RECOMENDAMOSLE MUY
ESPECIALMENTE QUE VEA ESTA
PELCULA DESDE EL PRINCIPIO.
Debe conocerse el "verdadero
carcter" de los cadetes que
se expulsaron de West Point
El Senador Benton afirma que el foot-ball en la
forma en que se desarrolla es un cncer que roe
el corazn de los centros de enseanza

PAGINE NTJEVa
WASHINGTON, agosto 7.
(UP). El sub-comlt de In-
vestigaciones del Senado orde
no que se realice una "lnves
TROPICAL
MAANA!
Nada mejor...
The mwii'i matt
dethlng harol
Nada ms grande
DODGE
tlgacin preliminar" de la ex-
pulsin de los noventa cadetes
de la Academia Militar de West
Point acusados de hacer tram-
pas en los exmenes.
El sub-Comlt tom esa de-
cisin despus que el Director
de la Academia, Mayor General
Frederick Irving y el entrena-
dor del equipo de foot-ball de
West Point, Coronel Earl Blalk,
dijeron que apreciaran una In-
vestigacin parlamentarla de la
situacin.
Blalk dijo que deseaba esa
investigacin para que el pas
conociera "el verdadero carc-
ter" de muchos de los cade-
tes expulsados y agreg que
"estoy seguro que cuando se
conozcan todos los hechos nin-
guna persona con sentido de
justicia los condenarla".
Mientras tanto, el Senador
Demcrata William Benton pro-
puso que West Point y la Aca-
demia Militar de Annapolis a-
bandonen inmediatamente las
competencias de foot-ball pero
que se permita continuar en
West Point 'bajo una rigurosa
disciplina" a los noventa ca-
detes expulsados.
Discuten en Suiza ^ro^ema sobre las escuelas
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el problema del
(emento econmico
GINEBRA, agosto 8. (USIS).
Se espera que el Consejo Eco-
nmico y Social de las Naciones
Cnldas considere en el curso
de esta semana los mtodos pa-
ra financiar el fomento eco-
nmico de los pases que gestio-
nen esa ayuda, y las necesidades
especiales de fomento del Africa
Central y Oriental.
Estos dos puntos, segn se
espera, estimularn una delibe-
racin ms vigorosa que la que
se suscit en la sesin plenarla
de la semana pasada.' El Conse-
jo tiene el informe del Comit
Econmico el cual recomienda
una serle de acciones guberna-
mentales para expandir la a-
fluencia de capital y de proyec-
tos de fomento. Este Informe se
basa en un anteproyecto pre-
sentado por los Estados Unidos,
con algunas alteraciones que le
fueron hechas durante la reu-
nin que tuvo el comit antes de
la Iniciacin de las sesiones.
Opiniones expresadas duran-
te las discusiones efectuadas en
el comit sugieren la probabili-
dad de un activo debate en la
sesin plenarla.
En sesin posterior deber
discutirse el asunto sobre la re-
forma agraria, en el cual la de-
legacin de los Estados Unidos
ha Indicado gran Inters.
religiosas motiva crisis en
el Gobierno Francs de Pleveri
TROPICAL
HOY! HOY!
PARIS, Agosto 8 (UP) El ex
Presidente del Consejo de Mi-
nistros Rene Pleven est bus-
cundo una nueva frmula para
resolver el espinoso problema de
las escuelas religiosas y poner
fin a la crisis poltica que co-
menz hace 26 das en que
Francia tiene que adoptar im-
portantes decisiones Internacio-
nales.
El ex-hombre de negocios de
50 aos, se Informa que est
preparando una frmula "fle-
xible" para resolver la disputa
provocada por la propuesta a-
yvda del Estado a las escudas
religiosas, asunto que ha hecho
fracasar a los siete dirigentes
polltleos que previamente trata-
ron de, organizar un nuevo go-
bierno de coalicin.
Muchos en la Asamblea Na-
cional parecen inclinados a
creer que Pleven tendr que re-
currir a la formacin de un Ga-
binete sin Socialistas, a pesar de
que stos simpatizan con l per-
sonalmente. Tal Gabinete serla
de minora y tendra que de-
pender del apoyo de los socia-
listas-
Se lanzo a las
Cataratas del
Nigara: Muri
CATARATAS DE NIAGARA,
Ontario, agosto 8 (UP>El cuer
po destrozado inldentlflcable da
William Hill, de 38 aos de edad
fu recogido a la orilla de las
cataratas, despus de haberse
lanzado en un barril de caucho
acondicionado para tratar asta
salto suicida.
P
HU se lanz hacia la muer-
te ante una multitud de 200.-
000 espectadores cuando el ba-
rril hecho de neumtico impo-
nachable qued destrozado con-
tra las rocas.
Mientras tanto el hermano
ms Joven de HU dijo que l
tratar de hacer el salto qui-
zs el prximo domingo ya qua
ellos cumplen una promesa he-
cha a su padre.
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