The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA, E. F., THURSDAY, AUGUST 8. 1951
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Fate Of Ceasefire Talks
Now Lies With Ridgway
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BEDS MARCH An American delegation to the Red-led "World Festival of Peace" marches
through East Berlin as East German police gua rd the parade route. Representatives from 50
nations helped to open the 15-day "peace" rally.
Red Europe's Teenagers Decry
US, Also Lack Of Cosmetics
DEATH TRAIN Rescuers work through a hole In the roof of one o the wrecked cars after
two British electric trains, bearing 700 holiday- bound passengers, crashed near Arundel Ene
Eight persona were killed and 47 others Injured when one train rammed into the rear of the
otner.
BERLIN, Aug. 0 (UP). Eu-
rope's Communist alrls pledged
today that they would flRht
"United States imperialism" and
would refuse to allow their hus-
bands and sons to die on a" new
battlefield.
The girl delegates to the 15-
day East Berlin "Peace Rally"
celebrated the "Day of Progres-
sive Women" with a parade
through the Soviet sector of this
city.
For their women, in place
of the Naal slogan of "Chll-
dieu. Kitchen and Church"
the Communists appear to
have substituted photos of
Stalin, dialectics, work in
factories, and a blue uni-
form instead of a brown
one.
Some 15,000 girls took part In
the parade today.
Only the foreign delegations
showed any enthusiasm or gla-
mor.
The East German girls strag-
gled along in faded blue uni-
forms.
Italian. French and Swedish
girls wore neat, colorful dresses,
and many of the foreign girls
had make up.
Tn contrast, teenagers from
the Soviet zone of Germany ap-
peared to have followed the ad-
Betty Sue, A Real Bride Now,
Bids Adieu, Returns To School
KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 9
CUP) Brownhalred Betty Sue
Mullins, 15, Joined the vast army
of waiting war wives when she
bade farewell to the Korea-
bound soldier who legalized
their bogus wedding.
Pvt. Thomas Carmon, 19, her
blue-eyed handsome groom, left
today aboard a southern rail-
way train for Camp Stoneman,
'Calif., where he'll ship out for
Korea.
Betty Sue said she "might go
out later on to see him." She
expects to complete her school-
ing while he's gone.
Carmon said he expected to
reach Stoneman by the dead-
line of his delay-en-route. He
held up his scheduled departure
for 48 hours in order to e"lope
to historic Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.,
Sunday and marry Betty Sue le-
gally.
One week before; Carmon and
a companion.- Terry Brlte, 18,
Induced a school chum to pose
as a parson and "marry" Bet-
ty Sue and b.er girl friend un-
der an oldi-oak tree after a
whirlwind, Sunday afternoon
courtship Biat began at an
amusement ark.
Carmon convinced Betty Sue
she was real!*- married, although
the "parson" used an open bill-
fold for a bible. But "Mama"
found out and landed the soldier
Red Romania Gets
Into Spy Trial Act
BUDAPEST, Hungary. Aug. 9
(UP)Eight prominent Roma-
nians, including a former top air
force general, went on trial in
Bucharest tpday charged with
treason and espionage for Brit-
ain and the United States.
All eight reportedly confessed
In preliminary questioning to
transmitting political, economic
and state secrets to the British
legation in that Romanian capi-
tal.
and Brite In Jail on charges of
violating Tennessee's age of con-
sent (21) law. The girl's parents
decided later to drop prosecu-
tion.
While Brlte's romance cooled,
Carmon pressed his suit and
with a "carload of friends" slip-
ped down to Gfiorgla where they
convinced the Rev. George W.
McClure that Betty Sue was
"more than 18." It was all legal
though, said the Baptist parson.
Knox County Judge C. Ho-
ward Bozeman, who had refused
to couple a court order of con-
sent required by Tepncssee law,
washed his hands of the case.
Bozeman said "there Is no-
thing the county can do or say"
to alter the matrimonial bonds,
since the legal ceremony was
performed in Georgia. That
state requires only parental ap-
proval in marriages of minors.
Carmon and Betty Sue spent
Sunday night separately at their
homes, she said, but they honey-
mooned last night at "Granny's
house."
The bride's mother, Mrs. Bes-
sie Mullins, relented from her
previous demand for a klssless
wedding night, as a condition
for a legal marriage, saying "I
Just want them to be happy."
Betty Sue said that earlier In
the evening she and Tom went
to see a movie "Something About
Adam and Eve" at the family
drive-in theater here. Carmon
identified the film as "Samson
and Delilah."
Italian Fever Ship
Boarded By Doctors
From Eight Stales
CHAR LESTON, 8. O, Aug. 9
UP)Public Health Service doc-
tors from eight states boarded
the 4,500-ton Italian motorship
Taurlnla Immediately after it ar-
rived here early today to check
on the fever which killed three
rrewmen and put three others In
sick bay.
A Miami physician whom the
United States Coast Guard put
aboard when the stricken vessel
was at sea reported "no quaran-
tlnable disease."
Publi/. Ifcalth officials here,
however, will not allow the Tau-
rina to dock until they Inspect
the ship for rats and other pos-
sible carriers of the communi-
cable disease.
Three sick seamen who were
reportedly recovering, were hos-
pitalized.
vice of the "German Democratic
Women's League" and modelled
themselves on Soviet women.
However the girls said
privately that they prefer-
red pretty frooks to uni-
forms, and cosmetics to
Communism.
The Red Croa In West Ber-
lin is shipping five tons of food
to the youth rally because the
Communist machinery to feed
the youths has broken down.
Wholesale desertions to
the West and growing dis-
content over food, quarters
and favored treatment to
foreigners have already
threatened to destroy the
propaganda value of the
gigantic rally.
Many of the thousands who
have flocked across the border
Into West Berlin complained
that they were not getting
enough to eat. Berlin socialists
said "hunger is growing."
Some 500,000 youths were in
Bast Berlin today and 1,000,000
were scheduled to march down
Unter Den Linden Sunday.
Russian sector authori ties
have stepped up efforts to stop
thousands of youth delegates
from visiting West Berlin. Their
privilege of riding free on the
Peepers Need
Fast Look
To Buy Nudes
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 9 (UP)
City officials, who pulled Enrique
Alfrez' statue of "The Family"
off the new Municipal Courts
Building lest it offend the public,
finally hit upon a means of mo-
destly auctioning off their un-
wanted work-of-art today.
We will keep the statue In the
city warehouse up to a short time
before the actual auctioning."
Ceasar Blandn, who will auction
It, said. "We have scheduled the
auctioning for 11 a.m.. Aug. 24, in
Lafayette Square.
"We plan to bring the statue
to the square about 15 minutes
before the auction starts. But It
has been decided not to undrape
the statue until 11 a.m. sharp.
"This Is done so that people
who could not bear the shock of
seeing the nude statue will not go
to the square. And If they pass
the square at 11 a.m. sharp, they
will be forewarned and keep their
eyes away."
?
The city paid Alfrez $1,800 for
"The Family," which depicts a
nude father, mother and son. Af-
TOKYO, Aug. 9 (UP) Tht Communists today re-
newed their pledge to respect the neutrality of the cease-
fire conference city of Kaesong, and called for an imme-
diate resumption of the truce talks.
At the same time they charged the United Nations
forces with four specific violations of Kaesong's neutral-
ity, entered a grave protest, and themselves asked for new
neutrality guarantees.
Now it is up to United Nations Supreme Commander
General Matthew Ridgway to decide whether to take the
Reds' word for it that Kaesong's neutrality will be
respected.
The Reds reply falls short of the ironclad guarantee
he demanded. It also implies that any further United Na-
tions complaints will be based en fake material.
8th Army Patrols
Penetrate Deeply
From Pyongyang
city's Russian-controlled subway H l\ wa8 flifed ^ on* lde ot the
Municipal Courts Building* pro-
tests went up that It depicted- he-
"orlgln of the family" "more gra-
phically than the family.
Mayor DeLesseps Morrison or-
dered the statue draped and tak-
en down under cover of darkness.
Blandn said he had received nu-
merous inquiries from would-be
purchasers.
and., elevated Une* was with-
drawn and a torch lferit parade
was organized in an effort to
hold the attention of the dele-
gates.
Fifty more delegates asked for
political asylum today, boosting
tho total since the rally started
Sunday to 467.
San Salvador Fire
Causes Heavy Toll;
40 People Burned
SAN SALVADOR. El Salvador.
Aug. 9 (UP) Fire destroyed
the capital's metropolitan Ca-
thedral and National Theater,
and for a while menaced the
Bank of London's branch and
the papal nunciature today.
The offices of the National
University and Post Office were
saved. .
Lt. Cov. Vogel And
West Pointer Son
Sailing For States
Lieutenant Governor Herbert
D. Vogel Is among the passeng-
ers scheduled to said Friday
morning on the Panama liner
Cristobal.
He Is going to New York and
Washington on a brief business
trip and expects to return after
a few days visit In the 8tates.
He will be accompanied by
his son. Herbert, Jr., who has
spent the past few days with
his parents during the summer
vacation period of the Military
Academy and is returning to
West Point.
He completed his third, or
junior, year at the Academy in
June.
Two-Nan Recruiting
Team Signs Up 55
New Men For Canal
The first seven electrical
workers to reach the Isthmus
as a result of the recruiting
drive being conducted in the
United States east coast area by
a two-man Canal employment
team have started to work In
the Canal organization.
Ten more electricians are
scheduled to arrive within the
next two weeks by ship and
plane, with a total of about 55
new men now signed up and the
recruiting campaign scheduled
to end this week. About 35 of
the new men will go to the
Locks Division, and about 20 will
Join the Electrical Division.
First of the new men to arrive
was W. M. Reynolds of Rich-
mond. Virginia, who came
ashore July 30 from the S. S
Panama. He was accompanied
by his wife and two children,
and is working out of the Elec-
trical Division Field Office at
Balboa.
The recruiting team, now
winding up its successful cam-
paign, is made up of Oeorge F.
Welsh. Chief of the Employ-
ment and Utilization Division of
the Personnel Bureau, and Wll-
Flrst reports said that 40
persons, Including 3 priests
were hospitalized. The blaze,
which it was estimated caused
$500,000 damage, reportedly ori-
ginated in the theater.
Many of those Injured were
In the theater, while others
were hurt when they tried to
save religious statues from the
Cathedral.
Among these was a statue of
El Salvador's national patron
saint which was taken to a
nearby ministry of foreign af-
fairs building.
Bogla Buys Entire
Television Service
From British Firms
LONDON, Aug. 9 (UP) The
Marconi radio company an-
nounced here today that lt will
supply a television system for
Bogot, In association with other
British firms.
The system will be similar to
that Marconls have already sup-
plied to the United Nations in
New York, and to Montreal, Ma-
drid and Barcelona.
The Marconi company will
provide Bogot with a complete
transmitter and studio center.
The project is being sponsored
by the municipality of Bogot,
In association with the Muni-
cipal Banl-,
E.K. Cole, another British firm,
will supply the television receiv-
ers, which will be provided to
viewers under an installment
purchase system.
The Bogot municipality will
provide all programs.
Goy. OKs rime Off
For West Indian
Stamp Ceremonies
Employes whose services can be
spared and who desire to attend
the West Indian 8tamp Comme-
morative ceremonies next Wed-i
nesday afternoon at Mount Hope
Stadium can be given leave to at- 45 per cent of the nation's regls-
tend by Individual supervisors, tered voters cast ballots
He said one was De Witt Brown
of Indianapolis and another was
Rick Riccardi. who runs a res-
taurant in Chicago. Evelyn West.
a tripper who has a 39-inch bust
and, advertises herself as "the
girl with the $50.000 treasure
chest." wrote Blandn that she
also was interested.
She said if the price was right
she'd like to buy the statue and
present lt to a nudist colony.
Frog! Frog! Co
Awayi Passengers
leap Every Day
HINMANBY, England, Aug.
9 (UP)Thousands of young
frogs with a desire for travel
invaded the railroad station In
this quiet village last night and
practically took possession.
A British Railways official
said that the frogsabout a*
half Inch longbad bopped
from a nearby pond and were
everywhere"In the ticket of-
fice. In the waiting room, on
platforms and even along the
tracks." He walled:
"I have never seen so many,
and I don't know what we can
do about it. But I wish they
would go away."
6TH ARMY HQ., Aug. (UP)
United Nations patrols stab-
bed deep Into Communist ter-
ritory today to follow up yes-
terday's entry Into Pyonggang,
apex ot the once-bristling Iron
Triangle.
The 8th Army kept a tight
security blackout on the spe-
cific location of the line. This
Is the usual policy when oper-
ations are In progress.
Before the belated Commun-
ist replies to General Ridgway
guaranteeing again the neu-
trality of the Kaesong cease-
fire talks area frontline 8th
Army units had braced them-
selves for a Red answer by
cannon Instead of by radio.
Heavy rains have turned
mo6t of the 139-mile front into
a quagmire, preventing armor-
ed patrols.
Frankie Presumes
He Will Marry Ava
After Reno Divorce
RIMO, Aug. 9 (UP)Crooner
Frank Sinatra said today he
will file for a Nevada divorce
against his wife Nancy, and
marry movie star Ava Gardner.
Sinatra has arrived in Reno,
from Hollywood to fill a four
weeks singing engagement in
Nevada.
The Communist accusations of
United Nations violations of
Kaesong's neutrality are dis-
missed here as completely with-
out validity.
Two messages came from the
Reds today.
In the first, the North Korean
and Chinese commanders-in-
chief told Ridgway: "We already
have ensured the strictest ad-
herence to the agreement con-
cerning the neutralization of tha
Kaesong area.
"It Is Inconceivable that I
there will be any further
failure on our part of com-
ply with this agreement
unless yon should deliber-
ately fabricate Incidents as
an excuse to terminate the
armistice negotiations."
In tha second message tho
chief Communist ceasefire ne-
gotiator North Korean Generas'
Nam II lodged a "grave protest"
against four alleged United Na-
tions violations of Kaesong'a
neutrality.
Nam II charged that United'
Nations planes attacked white-1
flagged conference-bound aup-i
ply vehicles at Sibyon, Kwangjuf
and Sarlwon, and that United.'
Nations troops fired on the town
of Pan Mun Jon. within tho1
Kaesong neutral area.
Nam Il's message ame di-
rect to his opposite number la
the United Nations negotiating
team. United States Vice Ad-
miral C. Turner Joy, at the
Peace Camp below Kaesong.
Both the Red messages were)
uncompromising in tone.
Joy dismissed Nam Il's mat*
sage almost contemptuously.
He not only said the pro-
test was without validity,
but suggested the Beds
might be abusing the whits
neutrality markings by us-
ing them to camouflage war
vehicles.
Sinatra said he would pro-
, bably file suit in Reno and
[ charge mental cruelty, most
common ground for Nevada
divorces. He said Nancy might
I file a cross complaint and then
take the decree herself with-
out even coming to Nevada.
Flash Floods Kill
24 In North Italy
COMO, Italy, Aug. 9 (UP),
About 24 persons are known to
have been killed In flash floods
! which toppled' houses and
blocked rail antf highway lines
In NorthelTItsiy and Swltzer-
land this week.
When newsmen asked him If, The Hoods followed two day
he planned to marry Ava with i of heavy : aln aad caused ex-
whom he recently spent a hec- | tensive damage I Bo Larlo
tic vacation in Mexico, he re- region or Northern Italy and
piled "I presume I will." Tlclno Aira of Switzerland.
Pearson Says 240,000 Die In
Colombia But Press Muzzled
BY DREW PEARSON
Colombian said. "Despite all the themselves, accompanied by a de- ly settled eastern region of
tension that existed between us tachment of police, and oust the lombia. When thcSj^s^sa
lim lark VwtriPi'.iir,V^; according w a circular issued to- "Those six months paved the ports the Colombian
XpIS iZ ^ LL^ Helghts' by Ow-'wajr for everything that's hap- member, "a complete
of the Pedro Miguel locks. J ernor Newcomer. pened since,' the newly escaped officials would sudde
WASHINGTON, Aug. 9 and the Conservatives, things incumbents from office. Any re- came tieneral most.
Ever since Laureano Gomez, could have been kept from get- sistance was met by bullets. And setred. taking ari
Conservative party "strong man" ting worse if the government had since almost everybody In the quently a good
of Colombia, took over that coun- made a single gesture toward country was then armed when rison with them,
try's presidency twelve months conciliation then. Instead of that, shooting started it usually be- lilla bands which
ago, a deadly, undeclared civil they openly prepared for a war of came widespread." refugees fleeing the
war has been raging there be- extermination. Conservatives Keep Arms western areas,
hind a screen of absolute press "Systematically, every police- A government decree ordered
censorship. An estimated total of man in Colombia who belonged all private persons to surrender "Of course no one -,
around 240,000 people have been to the Liberal Party was fired and weapons, but Conservatives had a word about all this]
kllJed- replaced bv a Conservative, in their guns returned to them after country," the source
And far from improving, this the army, all Liberal officers were registry. when the action is so'
fratricidal conflict Is spreading removed from posts of responsi- "Thev made the mistake of dis- and prolonged as "happens
and becoming more savage every bllity; colonels and generals who criminating very openly, so after more and more often lately
day. according to the firsthand weren't Conservatives found the first confiscation, the Liberals that it becomes common know-
report of a prominent Colombian themselves obliged to accept re- held onto their arms." explained ledge. Then the army issue a
Liberal who recently fled his tirement, no matter what their the exiled official. "The govern- communique referring to punl-
country. age or length of service." ment classified all persons who tlve action against gangs of ban-
Gomes was installed as Presl- Then, with all armed forces had unregistered weapons as dits.'"
dent last August, six months af- firmly under his command. Go- 'bandits* and ordered the na- He said that reliable. Impartial
ter an "election" in which he was mez proceeded to eliminate Lib- tional police to wipe them out. newspaper calculations showed a
the only candidate and less than erais from civil service en masse. From that day on, it's been full- total of more than 240,000 per-
"In towns where Liberal au- scale civil war." sons killed in Colombia since the
thoritles had been elected." re- Another error, he explained, political warfare began.
the ports the Colombian ex-cabinet was committed in transferring
new set of large numbers of young liberal
suddenly present officers to outposts in the sparse-
(Copyright. 1951. by the Bell
Syndicate, Inc.)


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Two Shrimp Boats
Arrive as Cargo
Aboard the Atlantic Reefer as
cargo when It transited the Ca-
nal yesterday were two 9 and 10-
ton shrimp boats. Cyrus and Sal-
ly Lea. Coming from San Diego,
California, the boats will tie up
in Panama Bay and will be used
by their owners, John Francisco
and Anbal De Araujo to fish out
of Panama. The owners are
Americans. Paul Sullivan Is the
local agent for both the Atlantic
Reefer and the two shrimp boat.
"Dona Nati" Due
in Cristobal Today
The Dona Nati, a brand new
ship-built in Japan by the De La
Rama Steamship Company of
Manila will arrive at noon today
for her first transit of the Ca-
nal She Is discharging cargo
from the Far East and on her
way to New York. Although she
is a luxury ship, there are no pas-
sengers listed for this trip. Local
agent Is Norton-Lilly and Com-
pany.
"Santa Margarita" Sailing
at Noon for South America
The Grace Line's passenger
ship Santa Margarita which is
trans ting .the Canal today, head-
ed for South America has Profes-
sor Allan R. Holmberg and fami-
ly aboard. Professor Holmberg Is
with the Department of Sociolo-
gy and Anthropology at Cornell
University and Is on a scientific
expedition to Peru. He will lec-
ture there at the 1st internation-
al Congress and also at the Uni-
versity of 8an Marcos at Lima.
Lumber Shipment Arrive*
1 Panama
The P and T Trader, a 540-ton
ship carrying a general cargo as
well as 200,000 feet of lumber is
due today from the West Coast.
The lumber will be discharged
here for use In Panama and the
ship, owned by Pope and Talbot,
will continue on to Buenos Aires,
.Argentina. Local agent is W.
Andrews and Company.
"Lacsa" Offers New Stops
En Route to Miami
Three weekly flights have been
anounced by Lacsa. an affiliate
of Pan American Airways, from
Tocumen to Miami via Costa Ri-
ca and Cuba. Planes leave every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
for Miami. A round trip flight to
Costa Rica for $30.00 is also being
offered by Lacsa.
Civil Aeronautics Travelers
Two members of the United
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His secret Is to advertise!
lstrationA.S. Kosh, Internation-
al regional administrator and C.
H. Frederick, chief of the mission
program left Miami aboard El
Interamerlcano this week for Li-
ma, Peru, in connection with the
CAA program in Latin Americw.
Congressman T. S. Gordon
Due on 88 Ancon
United States Representative
Thomas 8- Gordon, Democrat of
Illinois, w>U arrive on the Isth-
mus Monday on the S.S. Ancon,
according to the advance passen-
ger list from the Panama Line
offices at Balboa Heights.
Representative Gordon will vis-
it here until Friday, accompanied
by his wife and 19-year-old
daughter. Natalie.
Harold A. Sosted. supervisor of
Instruction In the Canal Zone ele-
mentary schools, win also return
to the Canal Zone on the Ancon
Monday.
The list follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Mallie Adams
and daughter; William A. Alt-
man; Mr. and Mrs. Walter E.
Ashbury; Miss Anna Baptists;
Mrs. P. G. Barry; Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert A. Barton and daugh-
ter; Samuel Berliner;- Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel S. Blackburn and
son: and Stonewall J. Bull.
Mrs. Rafaela Cardenas and
son; Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R.
Cavanaugh and 2 children; Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald E. Cooper and
son; Mr. and Mrs. James Coyle;
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Crane
and son; Rodrigo Cuesta; Mrs.
Cristina Cuesta; and Miss Mar-
guerite CulUn.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Davis and
2 children; Mrs. MayB. Dodson;
Miss Elinor A. Donahue; Miss
Patricia G. Downey; Dr. Daniel
Dwyer; Mr. and Mrs. Richard A.
Edmonson and daughter; Daniel
M. Eggleston; and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry C. Egolf and 2 children.
Misa Eleanor Falco; Mrs. Mar-
garet C. Falg and son; Mrs. Ed-
na Fenimore; Mr. and Mrs. Ro-
bert G. Forsythe and daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Funk and
Miss Lucille Funk.
Miss Gertrude Garni; Mrs. Be-
ryl Gllpin; Mrs. Estelle Gold-
smith; Honorable and Mrs. Tho-
mas C. Gordon and daughter;
Thomas Gossland; Mr. and Mrs.
Mortimer Grossman and Mrs.
Esther Guelpa.
Miss Ruth Hampson; David W.
Henderson; Master Rogelio R.
Hendrlcks; Mrs. Clarice Holder;
Conrad B. Hllson; Miss Ruth P.
Hopkins; Charles J. Hurley; and
Mrs. Alda C. Hutchlnson,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard R.
Johnson and son; Mrs. C. B.
Jones; Miss Emma E. Kllnger;
Miss Louise Labaw; John P.
La rid and Nancy E. Ladd; Miss
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B. Longacre and Dr. R. Loria
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Charles F. Magee. jr.; Dr. Otto
Matheke and John Matheke; Mr.
and Mrs. Cato; Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin EL Mlllard and Mrs. Kath-
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and John W. Ryan.
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today's hand. East was very hap-
py to ruff the third round of
clubs. He wasn't so happy about
It later.
After taking the third trick,
East returned the queen of
neartds. South won. entered
dummy with a diamond, and fin-
essed the queen of spades. When
that worked. 8outh got to dum-
my once more with a diamond
and took a second trump finesse.
The ace of spades then drew
East's last trump, and South
spread his hand to claim the rest
of the tricks.
The right defense is very ably
and humorously pointed out by
Orto Feuer In a recent issue of
The Bridge World. East must not
ruff the third round of clubs. He
must discard a diamond, allowing
South to win the queen of clubs.
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only once with a diamond. This
allows him to take one trump fin-
esse. After that he can wriggle
and squirm, but he must still give
up two trump tricks to East.
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Lt. Col. and Mrs. Donald B.
Wilson and 2 children; Miss Irene
Winckler; and Mr. and Mrs.
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PAGE THREE
Govt. Readies Heat To Melt
Defense Metal Bootlegging
.WASHINGTON, Aug. 9 (UP) The Government an-
nounced a nation-wide drive against bootleggers of steel
and other scarce materials yesterday, with at least 10
cases set for criminal prosecution and 10,000 others under
investigation.
National Production Authority Director Manly Fleisch-
mann disclosed that flying squads of NPA enforcement
officers are being organized to get evidence on persons
or companies accused of illegal trafficking in critical
materials.
He promised "immediate and vigorous prosecution"
of all "willful violators" and warned that they can be jail-
ed, fined, or deprived of supplies they need to stay in
business.
Flelschmann said his investi-
gators already have turned up
"many infractions" o NPA reg-
ulations in auditing the records
of about 10,000 companies
throughout the country.
The NPA chief did not say how
many of the 10.00Q would be haled
into court. But he disclosed that
his chief enforcement officer,
Robert H. Wlnn, is preparing cri-
minal prosecutions in 10 cases.
Thus far. NPA has started only
one prosecution, against the En-
der Manufacturing Corp., of New
York, and its president, Jules Le-
vensteln, they were indicted on
charges of diverting to the "gray
Anthony Eden Sees
US-UK As Partners
In World Leadership
DENVER, Aug. 9 (LPS) The
free nations of the world are
looking to the British Common-
wealth and the United States in
partnership for leadership dur-
ing present international uncer-
tainties.
This was stressed yesterday by
British statesman, Anthony Eden
at a meeting here of the World
Affairs Institute.
Eden said: "The United States
stands in need of Britain no less
than Britain stands in need of
the United States. Ours must be
a continuing association, inti-
mate and unselfish. '
"The purpose of collective en-
deavor is not only to win wars
but to prevent them.
There is no nation however
powerful and however rich in
material resources that cannot
gain more for its people in asso-
ciation with others than by its
own individual efforts.
"There Is a constant move for-
ward towards a free world shap-
ed on the inter-dependence of
Britain, the British Common-
wealth, the United States and
Western Europe.
"The boundaries of British re-
sponsibility and Influence may
seem to h?ve shrunk in recent
years but are they so changed
after all?
"It does not seem so when we
look at the dispersal of British
forces in Korea, Hong Kong, Ma-
laya, the Middle East, Austria
and Trieste, as well as nearer
home in Germany.
"In this I do not suggest for
one moment that British effort is
at Its peak. But it is a salutary
reminder none the less to those
who'underestimate Britain's pre-
sent endeavor.
"Danger to peace and freedom
Is not that the United States or
any of Its friends and allies will
retire behind an Iron Curtain of
their own devising.
Danger lies in the Soviet tac-
tics of professing aloofness while
practicing aggression by remote
control.
Volunteers assisting so-called
nationalist uprisings, Infiltration
In those marginal areas of the
world poised between east and
west, and the covert supply of
arms to the aggressor are design-
ed to undermine our resolution."
market" steel obtained for de-
fense work.
Levenstein faces a maximum
penalty of 12 years In Jail and a
$120.000 fine if convicted on all
12 counts.
Wlnn warned that big-time
racketeers may try to make a
killing on hard-to-get materials,
particularly when full-scale ra-
tioning of steel, copper and alu-
minum begins on Oct. I.
"There's Just as much dough
In bootlegging scarce materials
as there ever was in bathtub gin
in prohibition days," he said.
"But," he added, "we Intend to
stop them cold."
Price Controller Michael V. Di-
Salle, however, appeared much
less concerned over talk of wide-
spread black marketeerlng in
meat.
DiSalle and his top enforcer,1
former FBI agent Edward P. Mor-
gan, scoffed at the latest black
market reports circulated Mon-
day night by the American Meat
Institute and the National Inde-
pendent Meat Packers Associa-
tion.
They said neither organization
had produced any proof of the
reports.
Disintegrated Gambler
Had Latin American Plan
DALLAS, Tex., Aug. 9 (UP).The blind .sheriff In charge of
the search for the bomb slayers of Herbert "The Cat" Noble, 41,
received mysterious telephone call Kiting him "a good lead"
yesterday as it was revealed the slain gambler had planned to
flee to South America.
Sheriff Ones Hodges of adjacent Dento nCounty, site of No-
ble's Diamond-M ranch where the white-haired gambler was
blasted to bits Tuesday .after escaping assassination attempts for
five years hurried to Dallas shortly after receiving the call at
Dentn.
He indicated the caller, whose identity he guarded carefully,
had "fingered" one or more Dallas individuals, but hours after
his arrival the sheriff, bUnded two years ago. by a demented
gunman who shot him In the head, said no one had been pick-
ed up,
Texas Rangers and Dallas County sheriff's men worked with
Hodges.
Noble, who survived 11 previous
assassination attempts by bullets
and explosives, was blasted to
death Tuesday by a cleverly-con-
cealed "land mine" planted in
the road when he stopped at his
RFD mailbox at the Grapevine
His Business Address
OMAHA. Neb. (UP) An Ar-
my sergeant didn't find out un-
til too late when he was taken In
on a "con" game here, but he did
know one thing for- sure. When
asked to put his business address
down on a routine police report,
Sgt. Bernard Zeien of Decorah,
I., wrote "Korea."
Oldster Leads Field
In Mississippi
Electoral Race
JACKSON. Miss., Aug. 9 (UP)
Former Gov. Hugh Whiter
whose vigorous campaign belied
his 69 years, led a field of eight
In closing returns from the Mis-
sissippi Democratic primary last
night and the only question was
who would meet him In a run-
off lor the Governorship.
White is an avowed States'
nighter. but his opponents also
assailed the Truman Adminis-
tration for extravagance and I
concentration of power.
White came ud with a positive
plurality after 24 hectic hours
of vote-counting. For a great
part ol that period, it appear-
ed that prohibitionist Ross Bar-
nett would head the field. But
Barnett began fading as the
larger cltv returns came in this
afternoon.
The results, while still subject
to revision in final returns, ap-
peared to be affirming Missis-
sippi's States' Rights credo.
White was among the Mississip-
pi delegation that walked out
of the National Democratic Con-
vention in 1948 and provided the
nucleus of the "Dixlecrat" rebel-
lion.
Mississlpplans still call the re-
gular Democrat organization
"Trumancrats."
Other candidates tried to as- j
soclate Paul Johnson, son of a
late former Governor, with that!
label. Johnson said he was as!
much a States' Righter as the
rest of them but he drew the
vote at Mound Bayou. Miss., an '
all-Neero community and the.
onlv place where a racial vote!
could be gauged.
Ranch, about 35 miles northwest
of Dallas.
Meanwhile, the operator of a
Grapevine service station which
Noble patronized steadily for the
past "six or seven" years said
"The- Cat" had appeared ready
r;cently to flee the country.
"A couple of weeks ago, ho
stopped by the station and we
talked a long time," said Gene
Oxford. "He fold me he was
going to South America in a
few weeks to look for a place to
buy."
Besides the telephone call to
fheriff Hodges, there were two
flues for authorities to work on
a new automobile battery, bellev-
fl to be part of the detonating
mechanism for the mighty blast
v'hich shattered Noble's automo-
bile and blew him to bits, and a
report that "two or three" men
rere seen speeding away from
the ranch neighborhood imme-
diately after the explosion.
The men were in a blue, late-
motlel Chevrolet pickup truck,
but Texas Ranger Capt. Bob
Crowder said no one was close
enough to It to get either the li-
cense number or a good look at
the occupants.
When he arrived In Dallas,
-hcrlf f Hodges was guardedly op-
timistic. "We feel like we really
have something to work on." he
said of the telephone call. "But
it may take some time."
Persistent underworld gossip
said Noble had a price on his
head.
Noble helped spread this re-
port, telling a Texas House crime
investigating committee at Aus-
tin last April 2 that the price was
$50,000.
Dallas District Attorney Henry
Wade said he heard via the un-
derworld grapevine that "another
gambler" had posted 10.000 "re-
ward" for Noble's death.
AIR-CONDITIONED Taking
advantage of every ocean
breeze is Margaret Hersey at
Miami Beach, Fla. Except for
the oversize hatwhich wants
to blow awayMargaret is out-
fitted with a minimum of cov-
erage to get a maximum of sun
and wind.
Hero Comes Back
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UP) A
hero's welcome greeted Blaze, a
Eet dog missing 14 months, when
e returned home to Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Carpenter. The dog
saved their lives by awakening
Mrs. Carpenter when their home
was on fire In 1948. about a
month after the pet was bought
from a humane shelter.
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Bernard C. Hlbler, U. 8. Army Caribbean Fire Marshal, after
being read to his assembled fellow members of the 536th
Flrefightlng Platoon by their CO, Capt. Walter Thompson.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Sgt. James A. Lowe, of the
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saving the life of a fellow soldier.
8ergeant Lowe was supervising
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tinguishing a fire In the attic of
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he observed Pfc. Harold F. Brink-
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staggering froip the attic In a
state of collapse as a result of
heal exhaustion, smoke and In-
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continued lt for about 30 min-
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dominant factor in saving Pfc.
Brlnkley's life.
Brlnkley. now a corporal, was
present at the oeremony and per-
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geant on being cited. The presen-
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my Fire Marshal. Lt. Col. Ber-
nard c. Hlbler. capt. Walter
Thompson, commanding officer
of the 536th. read the citation.
Sergeant Lowe was a member
of the Canal Zone Fire Depart-
ment before his enlistment In the
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, AUGUST t, 1M1
Legu<
Feller Edges Browns 2-1
While Nats Upset Yanks
By United Press
NEW YORK, Aug. 9 Bob Filler's eight-hitttr beat
.Tft Browns 2-1 at Cleveland yesterday his 18th victory
' against four defeats to climax a long hard drive for the
American League lead which they last held April 28.
The win gave Feller by far the
most lustrous pitching record In
' either league.
The Indians' victory came
while another ex-Yankee. Bob
* Porterfield. was getting revenge
* against his old matespitching
- the Washington Senators to la
nine-hit 4-1 decision In the Yan-
kee Stadium.
The Indians now have a half-
; game ilrst place lead. They ob-
' talned only live hits oil lefty
i Tommy Byrne, but he was typlc-
' allv wildwalking nine men.
The Indians made both runa
i in the fourth inning when Dale
\ Mitchell singled to prolong his
i eoniecutive hitting streak to 1"
1 games.
The Yankees, troubled all sea-
t on against the Senators, got a.
dose of too much Mickey Vernon
i who hit two two-run homers
* one in the fourth'after Pete Run-
I neis walked and another in the
! eighth after a walk to Eddie Yost.
Vic Raschi. the Yankee ace,
', uffered his seventh loss against
16 wins.
*The fourth place Chicago White
Sox dropped seven games off the
pace by losing an eleven-Inning
thriller to the Tigers In Detroit.
6-5. The White Sox scored In the
eleventh on Eddie Stewart's dou-
ble and Orestes Mloso's single
but the Tigers put over two in
.heir half to win.
Gerry Priddy's triple and
Steve Souchock's double tied
the score, then George Kell
with his fourth hit of the game
singled in the winning run.
The Tigers' Pat Mullin homer-
ed in the tenth.
The Boston Red Sox and Phil-
adelphia game was rained out.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Brooklyn Dodgers awept
both ends of their day-night dou-
bleheader In a hilarious Ebbets
Field homecoming, 7-2 and 7-8 In
ten innings over the second place
Giants, taking their biggest le?si
of the yeareleven and one-half
games.
The Cincinnati Reds took two
from the Chicago Cubs, 7-5 and
4-3, at Wrifley Field. The Phillies
edged the Braves. 3-2. In a Phila-
delphia night game and the
Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the
Cardinals, 10-7. in another after-
dark contest at St. Louis.
The Dodgers breezed to their
opening game victory but Billy
Cox had to single home the win-
ning run with the bases loaded In
the tenth of the nightcap after
the Giants had tied the score and
knocked big Don Newcombe out
with three runs in the ninth on
Bobby Thomson's homer.
Andy Pafko, Roy Campanel-
la and Gil Hodges all singled
with two oat, preceding Cox'
game-winning hit.
Duke Snider and Carl Furillo
homered in each game while
Hodges got one in the opener
his 32nd of the campaign to put
him ahead of Ralph Klner for
the major league lead.
Johnny Wyrostek. with three
hits, and pitcher Ewell Blackwell,
who made two and drove In two
runs, paced the Reds in their
opening game victory over the
Cubs.
Red Stallcup gave the Reds
their second game margin with
a three-run homer. The Cubs'
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CZ Team Loses
4-0 Against
Lyhdhurst
LYNDHURST, N. J.. Aug. 9
(Speciali The Pacific Little
League All-Stars, Canal Zone
champs, were eliminated in the
National Little League Tourna-
ment last night 4-0 by the Lynd-
hurst All-Stars before 1,500 fans
at the Little League Park.
Four errors caused the down-
fall of the C. Z. youngsters. The
Panama team represented Area
No. 4.
The local boys will appear in
three exhibition games before
sailing next Wednesday for the
return trip.
Jerry DeRoma limited the CZ.
Stars to two scattered hits while
his mates capitalized on the er-
rors of the opposition.
Richie Hayden pitched the
first four innings for Panam
with Ed Kirchmeler finishing the
game. The two gave up only tnree
hits.
Lyndhurst tallied twice In the
third without a hit. Richie Walsh
walked, Erv Llss got on by virtue
of Elwood Phillips' error with
Walsh moving to third. Llss stole
second when Phil Pherinde
struck out.
Don Ippellte popped up to third
but Ronnie Mead dropped the
ball in a collision with snortstop
Pedro Salas to load the bases. Ed
Burke lined to Hayden, but the
ball was dropped and Walsh rac-
ed home on the play. Charlie Ru-
clnskl batted in the other run
with a fly to Bill Hatchett in left
field.
The other two runs came In the
fourth on Cliff Sailor's single to
left followed by Carl Stopper's
single to lett. Sailor scored on an
lnlleld out. The final run of the
game crossed the plate when
Kirchmeler took over and was
greeted by LUi with a single that
scored Stopper.
The box acore:
Canal Zone AB R
Lovelady, rf........ 0 (
Mead, 3b.......... 3
Salas. S8.......... 0
Batenko, lb....... 3
Kirchmeler, cf-p..... 3
Phillips, 2b.......... I
Hatchett, cf........ 2
Hamma, c.......... 2
Hayden, cf-p........ 2
Crowder, 2b........ i
'Cheating Scandal Caused By
Big-Time Football' Blaik
Totals.....
Lyndhurst
Ippellte, cf .
Burke, 2b ..
Ruclnskl, rt
DeRoma, p ..
Sailor, 3b.. .
Stopper, rt ,
Walsh, lb ..
Lias, If.....
Ferlnde, as .
Kelly, rf ..
Acquavlva ..
17 0 a
AB R H
..300
0 0
American League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.B.
Cleveland. 6 39 .82
New York .85 39 .625 i
Boston ... 81 43 .587 4*
Chicago. .80 47 .581 7
Detroit ... 49 54 .476 16
Washington 46 58 .442 19'4
Philadelphia 40 66 .377 26V
St. Lou la 32 73 .305 34
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at New York.
Philadelphia at Boston (2).
St. Louis at Detroit.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 000 200 0204 7 1
New York 000 000 0011 9 0
Porterfield 4-4> and Guerra;
Raschi (16-7) and Berra.
(11 Innings)
Chicago 000 003 O00 115 12 0
Detroit 120 000 000 126 17 4
Rogovln (7-7I and Sheely. Ma-
ll; Hutchinson. Bearden, Trout
(6-12) and Ginsberg.
St. Louis 000 100 0001 8 0
Cleveland COO 200 OOx2 5 0
Byrne (3-6 > and Lollar; Feller
(18-4i and Hegan. _
PHILADELPHIA at BOSTON
(Postponed, Inclement Weather)
Caribe Defeats
Powells 54-47 In
Second Half Opener
ATLANTIC BASKETBALL
LEAGUE
TEAMS
Won Lost Pet.
Caribe........ 1
Westinghouse .... 1 0
Junior Varsity.. .. 0 0
Coco Solo....... 0 0
983rd "D" Battery. 0 1
Powell's........ 0 1
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Totals............21 4 3
Score By Innings
Canal Zone 0 0 0 0 0 00
Lyndhurst 0 0 2 2 0 X4
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Gene Hermanskl homered in the
opener.
Murry Dlckson, en route to a
20-vlctory season with a last
place club, won No. 15 as the Pi-
rates walloped the Cardinals.
Gus Bell led the Pirates' 14-hlt
assault with a homer, triple and
single while the Cardinals' Stan
Muslal hit his 25th homer of the
season.
Dlckson is now tied with
Preacher Roe, Don Newcombe,
Sal Maglle and Robin Roberts
as the National League's lead-
ing winner. t
Ken Johnson was credited with
a victory when Eddie Waitkus hit
a two-run triple in the eighth
inning to give the Phillies their
triumph over the Braves. Jim
Konstanty finished the game for
the Phils.
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In the first game of the second
half Westinghouse downed 903rd
by the score of 71 to 48: The game
wasn't too exciting for the strong
Westinghouse team held a sub-
stantial 10-polnt lead throughout
the first half and then Increased
It to a 20-point lead at the end of
the third quarter. Ibaez and
Cells paced the winners with 17
and 15 points respectively. For
the lasers Williams chalked up 21.
In the second game the first
half champions Powell's were
handed their first defeat of t lie
second half. Caribe who during
the first half could beat every-
body but the Powell's team fin-
ally won over them by the score
of 54 to 47.
Powell's held a close 26 to 24
lead at the half and a 39 to 37
lead at the end of the third quar-
ter but, the final quarter was a
different story. The Caribe team
outscored Powell's In the final
stanza 17 to 8 to win the ball
game 54 to 47.
For the victorious Caribe, Welch
was high man with 11 points and
for the losers It was Brady with
20.
The second half promises to be
a lot closer than the first half as
all teams have strengthened
themselves.
The box scores:
FIRST GAME
Westinghouse FG FT PF TP
F. Tom...... 2 5 3 9
H. Tom...... 1 1 2 3
C. Cells...... 7 1 3 15
L. Rio*...... 1 0 3 2
C. Ibaes.....8 1 4 17
C. Magdaleno.. 3 117
S. Magdaleno. .803 6
Aroseniena ... 4 0 1 8
Castillo...... 1 2 2 4
Salas........ 0 0 3 0
Totals.......30 11 25 Tl
903rd "D" Btry 6 FT PF TP
Woods...... 0 2 3 2
Zurbrueeg.. ..001 0
Trueblood .... 3 0 4 8
Williams..... 8 5 2 21
Kraft....... 3 2 9
Tischuk...... 3 2 2 8
Lambert..... 1 0 0 2
Blanchi...... 0 0 2 0
Totals.......18 12 16 48
SECOND GAME
Caribe FG FT PF TP
Hall........ 2 1 2 5
Hooper...... 3 0 0 6
Trout....... 2 2 5 6
Gibson...... 4 1 0 9
Simons...... 3 3 0 9
Welch....... 5 1 4 11
Moser...... 3 2 2 8
Pescod...... 0 0 0 0
Totals.......22' 10 18 54
Powell's FG FT PF TP
Sullivan...... 2 0 1 4
Manning..... 3 2 3 8
Bailey....... 4 0 4 8
Anderson .. .. J 1 3 5
Brady...... 9 2 1 20
Wilson...... 0 0 2 0
Simons...... 1 0 0 2
Brvant...... 0 0 0 0
Smith....... 0 0 0 0
Totals.......21 5 16 47
National League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.B.
Brooklyn 68 35 .660
New York. 59 49 .546 11'i
Philadelphia 56 51 .523 14
St. Louis 48- 52 .48* 18'/,
Cincinnati 49 55 .471 19'<
Boston ... 48 if .470 19' i
Chicago. 44 56 .440 22'*
Pittsburgh 42 2 .404 26'
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N).
Cincinnati at Chicago.
Boston at Philadelphia.
New York at Brooklyn.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
FIRST GAME
New York 100 100 0002 8 2
Brooklyn Oil 200 30x7 8 0
Hearn '10-6>, Spencer, Jones
and Westrum: Roe. Ersklne (13-8)
and Campanr'"- -wimm
(2nd Game, Nifciit, 10 Innings')
New York............ 8
Brooklyn ............ 1
FIRST GAME
Cincinnati 041 101 0007 14 0
Chicago 000 100 0405 9 0
Blackwell (12-10), Raffensber-
ger and Howell; Minner (5-11),
Dubiel, Kelly and Burgess, Owen.
SECOND GAME
Cincinnati 000 400 0004 8 0
Chicago 000 010 0203 5 0
Wehmeler (2-7) and Howell;
Hiller (6)11), Hatten and Owen,
Burgess.
NIGHT GAME
Boston.............. 2
Philadelphia.......... 3
NIGHT GAME
Pittsburgh........ lp
St. Loui*............ 7
Along The Fairways
By MILTON RICHMAN
WEST POINT, NY., Aug. 9 (UP)
Army Football Coach Earl
Blaik admitted yesterdaythat too
much pressure from big-time
football was the cause of the
heating scandal which resulted
n the ordered ousting of 90 cad-
ets.
The harried coach, who con-
fessed to having "little sleep since
this thing started." said t /1
there was much academic pres-
sure on football players forced to
give a lot of their time to grid-
iron preparations, and that they
fell behind in their studies.
"Going out to the West Coast
to play a game takes five days
all told," he pointed out. "Nat-
urally, a player Is going to miss
considerable classroom work
during that time."
He attributed the "present re-
grettable situation to a physical
and mental load which pushes
even the caoet who does not par-
ticipate in varsity athletics."
At the same time, Blaik admit-
ted that outstanding high school
athletes who want to enter West
Point get special tutoring so they
can pass the tough entrance ex-
aminations.
"We would never be able to field
a varsity team of reasonable cal-
iber" If a special six-week tutor-
ing course was not given athletes
prior to their entrance at West
Point," Blaik said.
"The whole procedure is per-
fectly proper and correct and not
contrary to the rules to the asso-
ciation to which we belong," in-
sisted the 54-year-old grid men-
tor and director of athletics.
"This is the only way to keep
our athletic setup going," he
added, "and eight to 11 of our
football players are acquired/
in this manner every year, We
have no preparatory school
such as other institutions
have."
Blaik's remarks were occasion-
ed by a Chicago Tribune story
quoting Duncan MacDonald, Jr.,
a Flint, Mich., football prospect.
He was quoted as saying he and
23 other athletic candidates were
invited to West Point last May
for a "free vacation" and urged
to play football for Army. Mac-
Donald subsequently charged In
Flint he was misquoted In the
Tribune story.
Blaik admitted 24 men were
brought to the academy for a
"cram course," but added .only
seven of the men passed the
course. Of the seven, only live
entered the academy.
MacDonald himself passed the
examination, but later decided to
attend the University of Michi-
gan, Blaik said.
Obviously overwrought by the
recent scandal Involving 90 cad-
etsincluding most of his foot-
ball "team" accused of cheating
In their examinations, Blaik ex-
plained the "informal tutoring
had no official connection with
the military academy.
"No government or athletic
association funds were used,"
Blaik said.
a \*}IX? "vnif potential Army athletes who at-
iss instruction avnil- d d th tu(tlon be|ng pald to
ability of equipment ..... n ln8truct0rs "by lnterest-
lenging courses than any area 1U ^J"^^. Am0nR the 24 ath-
alze that wc can i.u. .. .
have considered a lot of territory.
With the dry season Just around
the corner and the cost of equip-
ping for and playing the game at
a fraction of State side costs, a
new and Important boom In the
game Is already on with more ex-
pected.
With the seeds of this most Im-
portant new crop practically
planting themselves, the least
the adult golfer can do is to fer-
tilize the field with all the help,
assistance and encouragement
the younger men have a right to
expect. And we are again gartl-
fied in this respect. '
Harry Hart, chairman of the
Gamboa Golf Club Tournament
Committee and one of the best
sources of straight Information
on the Isthmus, Is soon to an-
nounce that club's Junior men's
tournament, complete with
flighU for all age boys and tro-
phies or prizes for each flight.
Charles MacMurray, runner up
in this year's Pan American
World Airways Invitational
Tournament at Gamboa, has
promised his full support to the
general program on his return
.10m the Colombian tournament
circuit. Other well known golfers
are expected to follow suit.
Those Interested In taking ad-
vantage of a real opportunity
should begin now by consulting
their professional golfer and club
tournament chairmen.
The Gamboa Golf Club, pres-
ently conducting Its club cham-
pionship tournament, will offer
its facilities to boys from Gam-
boa and other Isthmus commu-
nities on completion of the tour-
nament, for practice purposes.
All boys should register at the
clubhouse In order to receive full
information regarding use af the
course and are urged. In the
meantime, to avail themselves of
the nearest practice areas to
their homes in preparation for
the big tournament.
The most Inspiring factor in
Isthmian golf that we have noted
lately is the .sincere attitude of
the younger boys who have taken
up the pursuit of golf In the same
down to earth fashion which has
already put them head and shoul-
ders, athletically and morally,
above any group of boys we have
ever known.
The golfers, as well as the base-
ball fans, have reason to be proud
of these youngsters who carry the
enthusiasm and spirit of "all
boy" behind the manners and
characteristics of the gentlemen
that they are.
It is truly believed that no oth-
er locality In the world can offer
better, moer inexpensive oppor-
tunities for a youngster, from 6
to 60, to learn and participate ac-
tively in golf.
The Canal Zone and Panama
areas offer
of first class
ability of equipment
by
JOE WILLIAMS
ed graduates." Among the 24 ath-
letes, the coach said, was one
baseball player and one hockey
player. The others, he said, were
"all-around athletes with foot-
ball possibilities."
Blaik Insisted there was "no
hope" for any high school grad-
uate to pass West Point' stiff
entrance examinations without
benefit of this "cram course.'
Army Sports
Training memorandums have
been published this week for the
boxing teams of the 33rd Infan-
try Regiment nd the 45th Re-
connaiaaance Battalion.
The Infantry boxers will train
at Hangar No. 2 at Fort Kobbe,
while the 45ths fighters will be
billeted on the third floor of
Building No. 95-B at Fort Clay-
ton, and will mess with Head-
quarters and service Company.
The boxers will compete for
the championships of the U. 8.
Army Caribbean. Panama Area,
in the various weight classes, aft-
er which they will meet the
champions of the Antilles tour-
nament, and the winners will
represent-the U. S. Army Carib-
bean In the Army World-Wide
Tournament In the United States.
It was announced at Fort Kob-
be that the first in a series of
boxing smokers will be held at
Hangar No. 3 on or about Sept
18. The remaining smokers in the
series will be held each Saturday
night thereafter until the tour-
nament begins.
Puttinr one little word after another and the very proper
Boston Globe wishes to knew whatever has became of Shirley
May France? It appear* the young lady has abandoned her titla
as the world's most frustrated channel swimmer. This is te bo
deplored, for a* such she was unique among the breed. That
was a distinguished victory Roland LaStarza scored over Tiger
Ted Lowry here the other evening. The Tiger had previously been
beaten only 56 times. Leading in both errors and home runs th*
Giants can scarcely be rated as a perfectly balanced machine.
Double play figures are no sure measure of a club's defensive
strength. The AAA's, for example, continue to lead both leagues
and the chances are you'd have to take time out to name their
keystone combination. Happened to be Joost and Hitchcock tha
last time I looked.

It's not too easy to defend men, even when they are very
young, who go back on their word. That's what has happened at
West Point where some 90 Cadets, Including virtually the entire
football, baseball and basketball squads, have been found guilty'
of classroom Irregularities. Yet it would be a mistake, as well as
a harsh injustice, to put these young men away as evil unwhole-
some characters. Speaking for myself, I certainly can't do it.
I know a number of them personally. I've known their field lead-
er, Earl Blaik, for a number of years. I know no man in sports,
or education for that matter, with higher Ideals. I know his boy.
Bob, who was to have led this year's team, a team which fig-
ured to rank high nationally. He's Just about as nice a boy an
you'd want to meet. I can't conceive of him doing anything mean
or vicious or hurtful to anybody. And yet there seems to be no
doubt that he violated the Academy's stern honor- code. Aa
a consequence he and the rest should be punished. But whether
they should be branded as moral lepers is something else.

A fellow can't be right and wrong at the same time and no
matter how you try to explain cheating it still comes out cheat-
ing. That's why It's Impossible to moant an all-out defense for
these youngsters. As I understand it they didn't get much help
but they aid get tome and, worse, they knowingly violated the
code. If classroom cribbing was the worst the world could hold
against you and me we wouldn't have to worry much about get-,
ting past St. Peter. As long as the honor system is In effect 1%
should be respected. But maybe it bat become outmoded; maybe
it doesn't fit with the kind of life we live these days; maybe H's
asking too much of a mere human to keep a faithful box score on
himself in this day and agen age which features the five-day
week, fast relief checks and endless political patronage. And did
you ever stop to think what we are offering our youngsters to-
day? A good chance to go out and get themselves killed in some-
body's dirty war before they even get through school.
*
One thing I can't stand stlH for in thUs West Point meas is
cracks by the politicians, such as Fullbright of Arkansas and
Ellender of Louisiana, that undesirables have been brought Into
the Academy and that certain of the Cadets have no Interest
other than football. Some of our best officer material came off
the football field at West Point. Football Is incidental to-military
training and any attempt to picture It otherwise by these sterling;
statesmen Is an untruth and a disservice to the flag. Do Full-
bright and Ellender know that some 40 men who played football
at West Point have won Purple Hearts In Korea? Do they know
that some of the most famous players have been killed in action
over there. John Trent, who captained the '49 varsity and Tom,
Lombardo who captained and quarterbacked the '44 team which.
Introduced Blanchard and Davis? And do these brilliant gentle-
men know that because of Washington inertia and official stu-
pidity West point gradsIncluding most of the football team-
were rushed into action as leaders In Korea without any previ-
ous training under fire? There Just wasn't anybody else to do the
Job. Sure, these young men have made a mistake, a grave mistake
for whlflh their conscience will exact painful tribute, but don t let
anybody try to tell you they aren't good Americans Just the same.
A part af the vacation was spent en a busman's holiday
watching the Eastern championships at the comely Orange Lawn
Tennis Club. There were two newcomers who were threatening
to take over. Tony Trabert and Dick Savltt. They failed to live
up to pretournament estimates and witnessed the finals as spec-
tators. Trabert, only 20, blends power with speed but is under-
standably unlearned in tactics. Savitt, 24, has a formidable over-
head game, and as his wins in Australia and England attest, i
capable of notable play. He quit on himself In losing to the vet-
eran Mulloy In the semifinals and showed further signs of com-
petitive immaturity by bickering with the officials. "Who do yon
think you are. Durocher?' an Irate box holder barked, a breach
of tennis etiquette which brought a flush to the face of Mr.
James Dickey, the ring master. You aren't supposed to talk ilka
that to the stars.

Both Trabert and Savitt are excellent prospects. Of the two
the experts seem to believe Trabert may be the better because of
his greater speed and mobility. Trabert Is also a basketball head-
liner with the University of Cincinnati. This Is a rather unusual
sports combination. "Why do you play basketball? Trabert was
asked In a radio interview before the match. "For what I can get
out of it" ha began. Then he checked himself. "I mean to say
It sharpens my speed and toughens my legs." A young man can e
be too careful how he discusses basketball these days._______ .
PLAY SAFE!
When it's Paint INSIST on
TROPiDURA ;a
IT'S MILDEW PBOOF!
Lincoln Takes Pacific Hoop
League Lead In Second Half
LEAGUE STANDINGS
(Second Half)
TEAMS Won Lost Pet
Lincoln Life.....t 1.J08
Albrook........1 J -50
Royal Crown .... 1
Mauricio....... *
Mauricis
FO FT TP
Hllzinger...... 3 3 8
Mills.......... 0 1 1
Luft.......... 10 2 22
Mlnot......... 5 5 15
Presho........ 0 5 5
.509 Cotton........ 0 0 0
.900 Olhoeft........ 0 2 3
The Lincoln Life team took sole
possession of first place In the
race for second half honors in
the Pacific Basketball League as
they defeated the Mauricio squad
Sunday night by a score of 66 to
53. while the Albrook Flyers were
suffering a loss to the Royal
Crown team by a score of 66 to 54.
Jim Brady's 18 points were high
for the winnefs while Wally
Trout chipped In with 11 and tor
the losers Red Luft took scoring
honors with 12 points followed
by Minot with 15 tallies.
In the second game of the eve-
ning, Royal Crown won easily
over the Flyers In a game which
saw Albrook s Don Lee thrown out
of the game for flagrantly foul-
ing in the latter part of the sec-
ond qurater, which hurt Albrook's
chances to win.
Jack Chatham led the scoring
for the game with 18 points while
his teammates Lee and Sclafani
scored 10 each. For Royal Crown.
Arosemena was high with IB
points followed by Carlos Cells
with 13.
The box scores:
FIRST GAME
Lincoln Life FG
Downing........ 2
Kourany, E..... 4
Phillips........ 4
Kourany, O..... 3
Brady.......... 7
Raybourne...... 1
McArthur, E..... 0
Trout.......... 5
McArthur, O..... 3
Totals.........29 t 66
Totals.........18 17 U
Score By Quarters
Lincoln Ufe 11 28 52 86
Mauricio 16 24 36 58
SECOND GAME
Albrook FG FT TP
Lee.......... 5 0 10
Fraser ........ 2
Bonta......... 0
DeWitt........ 1
Coycault....... 2
Ulshaffer...... 0
Chatham...... 7
Sclafani....... 4
Muto.......... 1
Bean.........j 2
u
0
0
u
u
4
2
0
0
4
O
a
4
1
10
2
4
Totals.........24 54
FP FT TP
FT
0
0
1
0
4
0
1
1
1
TP
4
8
9
6
18
2
1
11
7
Royal Crown
South........ 4 0
Cells.......... 6 1
Hightower...... 4
Arosemena.....1 6 3
Frazer........ 6 0
Fong.......... 0 0
Santos........ 3 3
Totals......... 29 8
8
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66
Score Bv Quarters
Albrook 10 25 40 54
Royal Crown IS 33 56 66
WORKED HER WAY UP
NEW YORK. (NBA Prox-
imity, harness racing's ell-tlmt
top money winner, got 830 foe
her first victory as a three-year-
old.



THURSDAY. AUGUST t, 1S51
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MEMBERS OF DIPLOMATIC CORPS HOSTS
TO DINNER IN BELLA VISTA DINING ROOM
Members of the Honorable Diplomatic Corps accredited
to the government of President Aroaemena attended their
monthly dinner last evening at Hotel Ei Panama.
About fortv-fivo members were present at the dinner
held in the upper-level of the Bella Vista Dining Room.
Farewell Dinner at El Panama
Honors Panama's New Envey
Giving a farewell party In hon-
or of the new Panamanian Am-
bassador of Panama to Washing-
ton, D. C., the Honorable Roberto
Heurtematte the board" of direc-
tors of Cemento Panama S.A.,
gave a dinner last evening In the
Bella Vista Room of Hotel El Pa-
nama.
Mr. Heurtematte. who Is leav-
ing soon for his new post, Is the
Treasurer of this company. Mem-
bers of the board and their wives
were present at the dinner.
Visitors from Miami
Mr. Bert Harbon, Mr. Carlton
Smith and Mr. Harry Barton
have returned from a fishing
trip In the waters of Panama and
the Pearl Islands. All residents of
Miami, they have been enjoying
a vacation in Panama and are
staying at Hotel El Panama.
Judge Chlttick Honored
at "Despedida" Dinner
The honor guest at a farewell
dinner given by the Pacific Coun-
cil of Boy Scouts of America In
the Fern Room of the Hotel Tl-
voli last evening was Judge Ralph
Chlttick of Balboa. Judge Chlt-
tick, District Chairman of the Pa-
cific Council Is leaving In a fort-
night for "the United States,
where he wll make his home in
Hartford, Connecticut.
Among those attending the
dinner were Mrs. Ralph Chlt-
tick. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bia-
va; Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Payne,
Mr. Robert Roche. Rabbi Nathan
Witkin, Mr. C. Peterson,and Mr.
Robert Roche. Guests from Cris-
tobal were President of Council
801 of the Canal Zone and Mrs.
William Price. Mr. Todd and Mr.
Robert Arnold.
Dr. and Mrs. Milne Have
Guests on Barro Colorado
Mrs. H. B. Haskell, Mrs. E.
Gnehm and Mr. William Stevens
spent the day on Tuesday at Ba-
rro Colorado Island as the guests
of Dr. Lorus J. Milne and his
wife. Dr. Margery Milne of the
University of New Hampshire.
Mrs. I. H. Bennett
To Visit in Miami
Mrs. Irviftg H. Bennett of Be-
lla yista left yesterday by plane
for a visit to Miami, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams
Return from El Volcan
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Will-
iams and their two sons. Richard
and Scott, have just returned
from a short visit to m Volcan.
While there they were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Elhier B. Steveris,
who are vacationing In Chlrlqul.
Visiting Miami Fishermen
Return from Trip Friday
Returning from a fishing trp to
Pinas Bay aboard the Seri on Fri-
day are Messrs Frank Baxter. Bob
Walker and Frank Mahony. aU
pf Miami, Florida.
Frey-Keys Nuptials Held
at Naval Station Chapel
At the Rodman Naval Station
chapel on Tuesday. August the
seventh. Miss Arden Keys was
married to Peter Frey of Rod-
man. Chaplain Winters perform-
ed the ceremony.
The bride wore a street-length
dress of white cotton lace fash-
ioned with a fitted bodice trim-
med with rhlneatone buttons,
high neckline, cap sleeves and
very full skirt. Her matching hat
had a lace veil. She wore a cor-
sage of white rose buds.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Light-
owler were their only attendants.
After a wedding trip to Pana-
ma City. Mr. and Mrs. Frey will
reshide In Locona. Mr. Frey la
stationed aboard the U.S.S. Re-
covery.
Lunching with Mrs. Vlolette
Mrs. Frank Vlolette has as htr
luncheon guests. Mrs. Raymond
Billings and Mrs. George Cap-
well, at the Hotel Tlvoll yester-
day.
I.A.W.C. Luncheon Held
at Panama Golf Club
A buffet luncheon at the Pan-
ama. Golf Club yesterday spon-
sored by the Inter-American Wo-
men's Club was attended by one
hundred and twenty members
and their guests.
Following the luncheon card
games were played by the club
members. The door prize was won
by Mrs. Maria Garcia de Pare-
des.
Notable club members present
included Mrs. Alclblades Arose-
mena. wife of the President of the
Republic of Panama and Honor-
ary President of the Club; Mrs.
Ignacio Molino,-wife of the Min-
ister of Foreign Relations; Mrs.
Juan de Arco Oalindo, wife of
the Minister of Public Works;
Mrs. John Cooper Wiley, wife of
the United States Ambassador to
Panama; Countess de Rabago,
wife of the Spanish Ambassador
to Panama; Mrs. Francis K.
Newcomer, wife of the Governor
of the Panama Canal; Mrs. Al-
bert M. Bledsoe. wife of the
Commandant of the Fifteenth
Naval District; the Baroness De-
sandre. wife of the Italian Min-
ister to Panama; Mrs, Henrique
de Obarrlo, wife of the Comptrol-
ler General of the Republic of
Panama and Mrs. Eugene Lom-
bard, President of the Club.
West Bank Teen-Agers Enjoy
Barn Dance at Gymnasium
About sixty-five boys, girls and
adults were present to enjoy a
teen-age barn dance at the Co-
coll Gymnasium on Monday
evening sponsored by the West
Bank Summer Recreation Group.
Chaperons for the dance were
Mrs. L. Friedman. Mrs. T. Jen-
kins Mrs. George Walker, Mrs.
Hazel Engel. Mr. Orme Hubbard
and Mrs. G. H. Davis. Mr.
Charles Hammond furnished the
entertainment and music at the
dance.
The following group from a
square dance club of Balboa gave
demonstrations: Mrs. D. R. Ab-
bott. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Culp.
Miss Anita Harris. Mrs. Charles
Hammond. Miss Hammond, Mr.
Charles Case. Mr. Jim Collins,
Mr. Richard Halnes, Mr. Jim
Row and Mr. Ronald Garrett.
Mrs.' Delphlne Williams was ac-
companist for the group.
V. F. W. Ladies Auxiliary
to Give Bingo Party
Tho Ladles Ahxlllary to Veter-
ans of Foreign Wars Post 3822 Is
sponsoring a bingo party tomor-
row night at the post home on
Curundu Road. The games will
begin at 7; 30 p.m.
Cash prises will be given. These
games are open to the public.
Miss Knight Returns
from California
Miss Mary Jane Knight return-
ed to the Isthmus this week from
Fresno. California, where she
has lived for about four months.
She has been reemployed as me-
dical technician at Gorgas Hospi-
tal. Since leaving the Canal
Zone in March, 1650, she has
lived in Virginia and in Califor-
nia.
Felt Terribly Weak
After Illness
BLOOD CELLS
NEEDED NEW IRON
If you are ilckly. alUns. weak, ntrv
ous or run down you owt It to yourself
lo gtt botllt of ihii ntw Iron ionic
and put It to this test.
Flrit bet a bottle of Ferrlzan. next take
a good walksee how far you can go
or now long you can work without be-
coming tired. Then take two tablet
three times a day with meals for Just
10 days. You'll be amazed at the dif-
ferenceat thp energy and endurance
will have a c q u i r e d. Nerves will be
Kteadleryes brighterappetite back-
end your outlook on life entirely dif-
ferent Ferrlzan Is obtainable at all good
drug store.
REX BEAUTY SALON
takes pride in announcing
their new "coiffure"
T O N I
from Europe
Specialized in
a PERMANENTS HAIRSTYLING
TINTS
Call for appointments 2-3346 Panam.
REX BEAUTY SALON
No. 6 4th of July Avenue
Dr. H. Cont Mendoza
Gynaecologist and Obstetric Surgeon
Has returned to his Consulting Rooms
Clnica San Fernando
Panam
From 3 to 6 p.m.
By appointment
Free Train lo Take
West Indians To
Ml. Hope Ceremony
Free transportation to Mount
Hope will be furnished for ap-
proximately 1,000 West Indian
residents of the Pacific side to
attend the West Indian Comme-
morative Stamp program which
will be held at Mt. Hope stadium
August 15, it was announced
Wednesday at Balboa Heights.
Arrangements for a special
train to be run from the Balboa
Heights station to Mount Hope
on the afternoon of the ceremo-
nies have been approved by Gov-
ernor Newcomer. The train with
the Pacific side residents will re-
turn soon after the close of the
exercises.
Tickets authorising free trans-
portation on the special train will
be distributed by the West In-
dian Commemorative Stamp ce-
lebration Committee through the
Panama Canal Clubhouses in the
various local-rate towns on the
Pacific side.
Applications for the special
train tickets should be made In
person to the Managers of the
Pacific. La Boca. Red Tank. Pa-
raso and Santa Cruz Clubhouses.
Numbered tickets will be issued
which will be good for the round
trip. The passes will be Issued
only to adults and the Celebra'
tion Committee has requested
that only those planning to at-
tend the exercises ask for tick-
ets.
Meanwhile exhibits In connec-
tion with the issue of the West
Indian Commemorative stamp
which goes on sale August IS, are
being set up In the main Canal
Zone Library and two of Its
branches. The exhibits will re-
main on display through the
coming week.
They are being shown in the
display case on the ground floor
of the Civil Affairs building, for
the main library, in the La Boca '
branch, on the ground floor of
the Occupational High School,
and In the Cristobal library on
the second floor of the Cristobal
Administration Building.
The center of each exhibit Is a
reproduction of the sketches
made by former Canal architect
Meade Bolton, which were used
for the new stamp. On display
are also early photographs of Ca- I
nal construction, showing various j
phases of labor, along with books,
newspaper articles and pam-
phlets describing the contribu-
tion made by West Indian work-
men to the construction of the
Panama Canal. .
The displays have been arrang-
ed in cooperation with the West
Indian Stamp Appreciation Com-
mittee which is sponsoring exer-
cises to be held next Wednesday
at Mt. Hope Stadium.
Grand SPECIAL SALE
on ladies
LINGERIE
Redueed Prices
for THIS WEEK ONLY!
BAZAAR PARIS
Coln
fm**
AFERY
PRECIOUS PERFUME
DI
COTY
Bl.lrlk.leri Of A. C TUNOS I.A.
Tela.: J-I7S1 Z-17S?.
LT. AND MRS. GILMER Y. WAGGONER and the bride's pa-
rents. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Jennlson, Jr., drink a toast at
a reception following the young couple's marriage at Re-
deemer Lutheran Church in Balboa on Aug. 4. Mrs. Waggoner
Is the former Marilyn Anita Jennlson.
Music-Maker
Answor to Previous Puzzle
i 'i.^Hi: I HORIZONTAL
I Depicted
musical
instrument
9 It hat two
metal
i which act as
antennae
II Repair.
14 Extent
13 Aged
10 Notions
18 Label
19 Mystic
ejaculation
20 Warned
22 Anent
23 Hang
25 Mineral rocks
27 Boss
26 Skin
protuberance
29 Three-toed
sloth
30 To (prefix)
31 "Tar Heel
State" (ab.)
32 Earth goddess
33 Agreement
33 Australian
ostriches
38 To the
sheltered side
39 Lease
40 Not* of scale
41 Removes
47 Behold!
48 Eucharistic
wine vessel
30 Household
gods
51 Swiss river
62 Unit of weight
(pi.)
54 Aloofness
58 Domestic slave
67 Alliances
VERTICAL
1 Soldiers
2 Head -
protection
3 Finish
4 Artificial
language
5 Wicked i
0 Created V.
7 Roman road
8 Tidy
9 Sun god
10 Scrap
11 More
expensive
12 Wisest
17 Direction (ab.)
20 Devoted
21 Kings'widows
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24 Shade
26 Flower .
formation
33 Root of mouth
34 Cottonwoods
36 Unfasten
37 Shops
42 Hebrew deity
43 Burden
44 Ireland
45 Try
46 Italian town'
49 Massachusetts
cape
91 Insect
53 Symbol for
selenium
65 Article
St. Peter's Plant
OHtimers' Tribute
Sunday Evening
In tribute to the West Indian
old timers who contributed by
their labors to the building of the
Panama Canal, a memorial serv-
ice will be held at St. Peter's
church. La Boca, on Sunday, be-
ginning at 7:30 p.m.
This will mark the observance
of West Indian week, during
which the Governor of the Canal
Zone, General Francis K. New-
comer, will be honored at a pub-
lic demonstration for sanctioning
the issuance of a West Indian
commemorative stamp; also Gro.
W. Westerman, who advocated
the issue.
Archdeacon John H. Towninl
of Colombia will be guest preach-
er at the service, with the Rev.
Lemuel B._ Shirley, priest in
charge of St. Peter's, as officiant.
The public Is invited.
Advertising Paya
GRAND ISLAND. Neb. (UP)
Bob Nelson lost a billfold which
held a $5 bill and four $1 bills. He
put an advertisement in a pew*-
paper and got all the money back.'
r if (PL/'*
St
crivfzA
CASA
GRANT
No. 6 Tivoli Ave.
We Only Have This Week ^
TO LIQUIDATE .dagmar
All CASA GRANT Merchandise
will occupy the premisas of
CASA GRANT for expan-
sion of its display facilities.'
Prices At Half The Cost
Don't Miss This Opportunity To Save!
SPECIAL
LINOLEUM RUGS
(Pabco, Certainteed and Congoleum)
6*x9'..........$3.98
71' x9' ......... 5.48
9' x 101 ........7.48
9'x12'......... 8.98
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ever built. And when rain or cold comet,
s mere push of s button gives you a snug,
weathertight sedan. The Nash Rambler is the
economy king, toos record-smashing
31.05 miles to the 8.
gallon in the 1951 Mobil.
gas Kronomy Run.
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THE RAMBLER
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A smart, custom sports sedan and a
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Come in and drive the Nash
Rambler of vour choice.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 151
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Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
LEWIS SERVICE'
No 4 Tlvoll Ave.
rhnnf Z-I3.1l
K1USKO HE LESSEPS
rir Panam
MORRISON'S
No. 4 Fourth of Ju! Ata.
Phunr 2-M4I
BOTICA CARLTON
le.asi MtWn4u Ave.
Phon Mi Col.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Na. U Waal 12th Street
1HL PANAMA AMERICAN
Na. 7 "H" Streetraaaauk
No. 11.17 Central Ave.Calta.
SO
p
Minimum for
12 words
3* each additional
. word.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:25 cycle Westinghouse
refrigerotor porcelain, 1941. One
mantel, 2 wall clocks, Cadillac va-
"" cuum cleaner. 366-A France Field
B phone Ft. Gulick 8734.
fOR
SALE:10 Pc. Diningroom suite
mople. $150.00. House 225, Pe-
dro Miguel. Phone 4-454.
FOR SALE: Bjmboo sofa, lounge
chair footstool, new. Coll 3-
"* 2498. Ponomo.
a
TOR SALE: 9 cu. It. Frigidoire,
new unit. SI00.00. 1938 Nosh
Sedon. radio. S250.00. Woshing
machine. $25.00. Misc. household
goods. House 1457-C. Las Cruces
St.. Balboa. Tel. 2-3352.
FOR SALE:"Maytag" woshing na-
,chine, 25 cycle, used one ', Excellent condition. Phone
Navy 2390.
FOR SALE
Automobile
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. Ponamo.
FOR SALE:Coduloc, model 48, per-
fect condition, accept offers. Call
Tel. 3-2184 2-1075.
We have droeticolly reduced pricet
on all Used Cars! Come m and
look them over. Nash Aiency.
FOR SALE: Must sell, wardrobe,
kitchen cobinet, children's word-
robe. Parque Lefevre, 2nd. Street,
house No. 21 JEFF.
FOR SALE: General Electric Stove.
60-Cycle, excellent condition,
.$185.00. House 2321 -B. Curun-
f du. Phone: PAD 3285.
FOR SALE:Coldspot Refrigerotor.
25 cycle, $75.00. Other household
_. articles. Redwood blinds. Tel. Bal-
..boa 2855.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: One million square
meters of land on Transisthmian
highwoy, Gotun lake. $10,000.00.
'Tel. 1262-B, Colon. Mrs. Carnes.
FOR SALE:Two bedroom, concrete
cottage. Santa Clara, completely
furnished, electric ice box, gas
range, terms. Phone 6-541.
rjp* SALE:tot in El Coco. 1072
S. M. Phone Panoma 3-0427.
1 Z
FOR SALE
, Motorcvelea
FOR SAttV- We have uit ttSHiHf a
shipment of Cushman Scooters
ports. Tropicol Motors Inc. Pan-
Judge Chitfick
Feted by Scouts
Judne Ralph J. Chittick was
honored last nlaht bv the Pa-
cific District Committee of tne
Boy Scouts of America at a din-
ner held in the Fern Room ol
the Tlvoll Hotel. A presentation
of a bronze set of book-ends
was made in the name of the
Committee by Rabbi Nathan
Witkln. William R. Price. Prest
dent of Council 801. made a
farewell speech.
Judie Chittick. who is leaving
next week for Hartford. Con-
necticut has been active in
Scout work since 1948. and a
member of the committee dur-
ing i.-.i. lime. This year he was
Chairnuui of the Commlite*
JudRe Chlttlok recently re-
slsnei bis position as Jucico ri
the Balboa Magistrate's CiiUrt,
FOR SALE: I Ml O Vt mobile 98
Sedonette, like new, owner W.
H. Hobby, ol the Transportation
Division, can be seen at Smoot b
Paredes Euick end Chevrolet.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet 4-door
Sedan; sunvisor, seat covers; per-
fect condition, $1,450. House 620
B, Cocoli.
FOR SALE:1950 Oldsmobile No. 88,
all accessories. House 827-D, Em-
pire street, Balboa. C. Z.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:Johnson outboard mo-
tor 1951 model. 5 H.P. excellent
photo equipment. Enlarger printer
trays, etc. Cristobal 3-1569.
MISCELLANEOUS
Oe yea have a driakhtfl preelem?
Write Alcohlica Anenymeua
on 20SI Anean. C Z
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Colombian red monkey,
tame. Phone Shrapnel, Balboa
2820.
FOR SALE: Very cheap. Notional
cash register. "Sanitary" meat
grinder, 600 lbs. on hour. Freezer
suitable for restaurant. Ham slirer.
gas stove, 4 burner and broiler. 4
Neon lamps. 48". 3 tubes. 1st St.,
No. 7, Vista Hermoso. Tel. 3-
1468.
FOR SALE:Aquarium fishes, Ama-
oppisite Juan Franco Stables,
zon word plants, 1 I Via Espaa,
Phone 3-4132.
FOR SALE:600 shares Coca Cola
50 shares Cervecera Nocional
Coll 2-1641.
FOR SALE:One C, Plath. Ham-
bling Sextant, $105. One two tone
brown sport coot, $20, medium
sixe. 2-1358. 0860-A, Oleander
St. Balboa.,
FOR SALE:Bargain* Mink cope in
perfect condition, worn one season.
Inquire Via Espaa 71. Phone 3-
4663.
FOR SALE:Johnson Seahorse Out-
board Motor, 9.6 H. P. Also' Surf
Boat. Phone 3-0427, Panama.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
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 Vista. Must hove
good garden space. Write P. O'
Box 1399 Ancon.
WANTED: Very small furnished
apartment on ground floor, for
quiet elderly American couple.
Phone 3-2242.
WANTED
Position Offered
WANTED:Four young lodies and
young men with advertising ex-
perience. Apply American Protec-
tion No. 47. Apt. 23. Central
Avenue, Ponama. In Colon 6th and
Balboa Ave., Colon.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Experienced radio re-
pairman. Apply. Radio Shop, Al-
brook Bldg. 804, 3:30 to 6.
WANTED:Woman to care child and
apartment. Must cook and sleep in.
Federico Boyd Avenue No. 4, Apt.
1, after 3:00 p. m.
I ovr & FOUND
LOST:Last night at the? Lux thea-
ter Soda Fountain, gold, watch
chain with Topaz stone. Reward.
Tel. 2-0003 or 3-1539.
FOR SALE:Aibeitoi ideating, half-
round and powdered at economic
prices. Far bailen and hat water
piping, etc. Cloy Product, S. A.
17-47, Via Espaa. Tel. 3-0160.
RESORTS
Phillips. Beoch cottages. Santo Clora
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673.
Gromiich'i Sonta Clara beach-
cortoges Electric Ice boxes, gas
- stovee. moderte 'ates Phone 6-
541 oi 4-567
FOR RENT: Chalet two bedrooms
neor Hotel Pan-Americano El
Voile. Telephone Balboa 3763, or
Panama 3-3771.
HOTEL PAN-AMERICANO. El Voile.
Spectol for August. Room with
privte both $35.00 par month.
$20.00 for 15 days. Meols a la
. corte. Reservations Tel. Pan. 2-
1112.
Houses ON 1EACH Sonta Clara, in-
expensive. Phone SHRAPNEL, Bal-
. boo 2120 or see caretaker.
Willioms Santa Claro Beach Cottoges.
Two bedrooms. Frigldolres, Rock-
gos ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMIRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061, 10th
St. New Cristobol Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
SUMMER SPECIAL Cold Wave. $7.50.
Why have a home permanent?
. .with inadequate facilities, no
certain finished look, ond no guar-
antee when you can have o
professional one complete for only
$7.50! It will lost longer...ond
look batter! These con be hod
Monday thru Thursday. Moke your
appointment early! Tel. 2-2959.
Balboa Beauty Shop. Open 9:00
o. m. to 6:00 p. m. Balboa Club-
house, upstairs.
FOR SALE:1942 Ford 4 Door, good
runnlngi $275.00; 19 ft. cabin
boor" -with inboord engine. $275.-
00. Call Albrook AFB. 4273, Qtrs.
91-A.
FOR SALE:Five 6 x 16. 4 ply tires,
almost new. 1951 yellow 125 Har-
ley-Davidson motorcycle, about 1 .-
200 miles. Practically new. Can be
ridden by 16 year olds. 1947, 61
O.H.V Black Harley-Dovidson
with oil accessories. Tires like new
One 9 ft. 25 cycle Westinghouse
refrigerotor. Well taken core of
Three years guarantee. One 25
cycle electric Kenmore washer. One
25 cycle washing machine motor.
$18. I Singer button holar, $9.75.
Boys large bike, scooter ond wa-
gon. Good buy. One mahogany end
table, two small tables. One 25
cycle Lionel troin and track on
large board with transformer. Two
floor lamps. 2 linoleums. Medium
sized typewriter desk, Toastwell,
$15. Corr St. 1427-C. Balboa.
Bock of Credit Union. Telephone
2-3142.
LESSONS
LOOKING
FOR A
GOOD
USED CAR
The NASH & WILLYS AGENCY
has MANY MAKES-and MODELS
to choose from !
{ PRICES DRASTICALLY REDUCED
Financing Available
'Phone 2-1790 1 block from Tivoli Crossing
1 I
Modern Swing Piano Instruction for
beginners, intermediate and ad-
vanced students. Bennett's Piano
Studio, Juan B. Sosa, 9, Tel. 2-
1282.
Funeral Is Held
In Pueblo Nuevo
For Miss Kienbaum
Funeral services for Miss Ellen
Kienbaum, the American foreign
missionary who died Saturday
night after Injurltes suffered In
two accidents on the Trans-
Isthmian Highway, were held at
the graveside In Pueblo i Nuevo
Cemetery yesterday morning.
George A. Lunlng. head of the
local branch of the Jehovah's
1 Witnesses, conducted the rites.
Several hundred persons at-
tended the services for Miss
; Kienbaum, who came to the Isth-
i mus In, 1845. She conducted mis-
sion work In Coln for two years,
j then In Panam City for more
| than two years, and was assigned
to Chltr at the time of her
|death.
Miss Kienbaum was a graduate
; of the Watchtower Bible School
i of Oilead in the class of 1944.
She is survived by her father.
and two sisters. Misses Leona and
i Mae Kienbaum, a brother, Er-
] nest Kienbaum. Her home was in
i Stevens Point, Wls.
Hopkins Infant Dies
In Rodman Area
George Diiks Hopkins, nine-
month old son of Dental Tech-
nician 2nd Class Charles Joseph
Hopkins died yesterday of fever
of the central nervous system.
Naval doctors believed death to
be due to a congenital deformity.
The baby was taken to the Na-
val Dispensary at Rodman and
pronounced dead upon arrival
there. The child's body has been
sent lo toe Oorgas Morgue.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
consisting of living and dining- j
room, bedroom, bath, kitchen, biso j
rerigerotor and telephone, i Price '
$85.00. "Nuevo Tivoli" Building I
Rochet Street No. 14, Apt. 3-B|
ond Tivoli Ave. Con be seen 2 to,
p. m. Telephone 2-2605.
COMMERCIAL &
PRQFESSjjONAL
We run a PERMANENT
BARGAIN SALE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEMS
where the
FINEST QUALITY PAINTS
are priced LOWER
than' the cheapest.
Why not save money
buying the best?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
279 Central Ave.
Tel. 3-0140.
Flurry In Iran
Follows Briton's
Sour Suggestion
TEHERAN, Aug. 9 (UP)Iran
protested strongly today against
attacks on Iranian officials by
the British consul-general In the
Abadan oil fields area and de-
manded his recall.
Britain was asked to repudiate
the remarks of Maj. Francis
Capper, consul-general at Khor-
amshahr. whose area Includes the
site of the Anglo-Iranian Oil
Company refinery at Abadan.
Capper told newsmen that cer-
tain Iranian officials should be
thrown out of the oil fields.
Deputy Premier Hosaeln Fate-
mi handed a strong protest note
to the British embassy here and
said: "If the British government
does not recall Capper, It Is a
clear Indication that it confirms
his points of view."
The note demanded Immedi-
ate "rectification" but the inci-
dent did not appear to have se-
riously Jeopardized the oil talks.
CAMERA STORE
(Lobby, Hotel "El Panam"
FOR RENT: Beautifully furnished
apartment, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths,
best neighborhood, Bella Vista,
from September 1st, for 4 months.
Tel. 3-2009.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
large bedroom and bath, no kitch-
en, with Frigidoire. Bella Vista,
Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT:Apartments of 1 bed-
room, sitting-dinihgroom,' kitchen,
both, of No. ?0 Via Esporta, see
De Castro No. 24, "B" Avenue.
Phone 2-1616. Panam.
FOR RENT:Apartments of 1 bed-
room, sitting-diningroom. kitchen,
bath, at No. 9, "44th Street East
Bella Vista, see De Castro, No. 24
"B" Avenue No. 24, phone 2-1616
Panom.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Inmediata
Delivery.
Tel. 3-171S
#22 E. 29th St.
FOR RENT:Two modern apartment,
with two bedrooms ond livingroom-
diningroom, on Tivoli Avenue No.
18. and on Rochet Street No. 12.
across from Ancon Post Office.
Tel. 2-1032.
FOR RENT: Smell unfurnished
apartment near Canal Zana. Phone
Panoma 2-0027 or 3-0763.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENTIn Bella Vista beautiful-
ly furnished rooms, all convenien-
ces. Mexico Avenue 69, near 43rd
St. Phone 3-0553.
FOR RENT
House

FOR RENT: Chalet with 3 bed-
rooms, porch, living and dining-
room, bar, terrace, etc.. of Golf
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Dr. B. W. Caldwell
Dies In Wisconsin
News of the death on July 26
in Belolt, Wisconsin, o Dr. Bert
W. Caldwell, who served with
the Isthmian Canal Commission
during construction days, has
just been received on the Isth-
mus. Dr. Caldwell was 76 years
old.
A native of Illinois, he came
to the Isthmus In 1905 as a
physician. He had previously
been in private practice In Illi-
nois and Oklahoma and had
serven during the Spanish-Am-
erican War with the Hospital
Corps of the United States Ar-
my.
For several vears during his
service here, he was superin-
tendent of Santo Tomas Hos-
pital.
An obituary published in the
Rockford, Wisconsin "Morning
Star" reported that after leav-
ing the Isthmus In 1915 he was
a member of the Rockefeller
Foundation Red Cross commis-
sion In the Balkans and an In-
spector of allied prison camps in
Germany.
Dr. Caldwell is survived by a
son, Henry H. Caldwell. of Rock-
ton, Wisconsin: a brother in
Winter Haven, Florida, and two
anddaughters.
PAUL'S
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JUST RECEIVED
Fresh Killed
LAMBS
from Asger Kierulf's
finca La Venta
Edward E. Hewitt
Died Recently
In Florida Home
Word was received on the Isth-
mus yesterday of trie death in St.
Petersburg, Florida, on Aug. 7, of
Edward E. Hewitt, former resi-
dent of Cristbal.
He retired April 30, 1944, as
clerk in the Receiving and For-
warding Agency, after being em-
ployed by the Panam Railroad!
Company more than 32 years.
He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y.,
April 1881. He was employed by
the Isthmian Canal Commission
May 1913 and was transferred to j
Panam Railroad two months
later. He had worked for railroads
in the United 8tates and was sta-
tioned on the Isthmus with the
Army before hla employment by
the Isthmian Canal Commission.
He served as cl$rk and senior
clerk throughout his period of
service in the Canal-Railroad or-
ganization.
He Is survived by his widow,
and his daughters, Mrs. Nora
Oreen of Cristobal, Mrs. Edna
May Ogletree of California, Mrs.
Helen Alexander of Texas and
Mrs. Margaret Sapp-of St. Peters-
burg.
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India's first general election bas-
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Freighter Sends SOS .
As Blizzard Hits i
SYDNEY, Australia, Aug. 9 (UP)
One of the worst blizzards of
the century howled across Aus-
tralia and a British freighter
with 43 crewmen aboard radioed
It was urgently in need of help
and In distress.
Frigid winds of 80 miles per
hour lashed the Royal Australian
Naval Air station at Nowra. The
freighter gave its location as 30
miles east of Cape Everard in the
Trasman sea, off Australia's
southeastern coast.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILX NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN
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4 72
MRS. C. M. EVERLY ENTERTAINS
VITH AFTERNOON PARTY
Mrs. C. M. Everly of Coco Solo entertained at her home
Monday afternoon with a gift shower arranged to compli-
ment Mrs. A. L. Williams. She was assisted by Mrs. I.. H.
Becksteo.
Mrs. Williams received many
lovely gilts.
Those who attended the sur-
prise shower Included Mrs. K. C.
Sterner. Mrs. H. Turner, Mrs. A.
Tachency, Mrs. A. L. Cantrell,
Mrs. H. I. Jones, Mrs. C. E. Gar-
thler, Mrs. W. W. Bankston, Mrs.
W. P. Owen, Mrs. J. J. Folf, Mrs.
Francis Smith, Mrs. H. D'Ortona,
Mrs. 8. Grassl, Mrs. J. L. Jensen,
Mrs. C. L. Leeser, Jr., Mrs. A. Lu-
cler, Mrs. H. A. Peterson, Mrs. A.
U. Saunders, Mrs. C. C. Shank,
Mrs. W. W. Utterbach, Mrs. K. L.
Winslow, and Mrs. Ralph Hub-
bard.
Mrs. Corbett Given
Farewell Luncheon
Mrs. Dorothy Corbett of Cristo-
bal was the honored guest at a
luncheon given by members of
the American Legion Auxiliary,
Department of Panam Canal
Zone, at the Hotel Washington
on Saturday.
Mrs. Patsy Ryan presented Mrs.
Corbett with a lovely tablecloth
and beautiful bouquet of vanda
orchids from the garden of Mrs.
Moudry. Mrs. Corbet will leave
the Isthmus In October to make
her home In Maine.
Those who attended included
Mrs. Patsy Ryan, Mrs. Lydla Na-
deau, Mrs. Betty Crawford, Mrs.
Addle Colclasure, Mrs. Mary En-
gelke, Mrs. Lucy Dewey, Mrs.
Grace Gravatt, Mrs. Cleo Barr,
Mrs. Louise Griffon, Mrs. Marie
Bennett, Mrs. Estelle McLaln,
Mrs. Clara Nelson, Mrs. Winifred
McDermott, Mrs. Grace GUley
and Joan Cartolto.
Billy Webster Celebrates
th Birthday at Santa Clara
Mr. and Mrs. William Kenneth
Webster of Santa Clara arranged
a blrthda yparty at the Santa
Clara Casino on the occasion of
the sixth birthday of their son.
BUT. Several games were played
during the afternoon after which
Billv cut his birthday cake.
Tht young guests who attend-
ed included Billy's liters and
brothers Rita. Bobby. Michael
and Louis, Laura Dorow. Dickie
Oooden. Mlchele and Lilla Foil-
ing. Frank Alberga, Richard Mor-
ris, Andra Lee Nash, Joyce. Rose-
mary, Thomas and Ann cookson,
and Lillian, Freddie and Leslie
Roe.
evening. Each member brought
cans ol milk to be donated to St.
Vincent de Paul orphans. Mem-
bers were presented copies of the
new by-laws of the club which
were discussed and approved by
the members. Four new members
were welcomed: Mrs. Joseph Wa-
suleskl, Mrs. Jerry Whyte, Mrs.
Robert Mossman, Mrs. Sybil Haw-
kins.
Mrs. Cleo Barr was welcomed
back Into the club. Those pres-
ent with the above mentioned in-
cluded Mrs. Ernest Beck, Mrs. Al-
fred Pacheco, Mrs. Lowell Park-
er, Mrs. David Harshaw, Mrs. Ar-
thur Crandall, Mrs. Joseph Flor-
es, Mrs. Owen Talbert, Mrs. Har-
ry V. Corbett, Mrs. Neville Harte,
Mrs. Grace Carlson, Mrs. Margie
Bell, Mrs. Harriet Johnson. Mrs.
Maurice Towne, Mrs. Robert
Moore, Mrs. Kenneth Schenck,
Mrs. Norman, Neff, Mrs. William
EllUigsworth,'Mrs. C. S. Harvey,
Mrs. Russell Mann, Mrs. Leon
Wood, Jr., Mrs. Joseph Comley,
Mrs. Isabelle Agulrre, Mrs. D.
Bogle, Mrs. Jesse Friese, Mrs. W.
D. Godwin, Mrs. Pauline Marsh,
Mrs. Harry Copare.
Members were asked to bring a
package of rioe for next month's
donation to the orphans. Re-
freshments were served by the
hostesses Mrs. Leon Wood, Mrs.
Maurice Towne, and Mrs. Arthur
Crandall.
Barn Dance at Hotel
Washington Saturday
A gala time is promised to all
who attend the Barn Dance
which will be held at the Hotel
Washington Saturday evening
from 7:30 until midnight. The
affair is being sponsored by the
members of the Rosary and Altar
Society of the Holy Family
Church of Margarita. Music Jor
dancing will be furnished by the
popular Rainbow Ramblers who
were heard on the Atlantic side
when they appeared In the Mar-
garita Talent Show.
The door priez for the evening
will be a week end visit tp Hotel
El Panam In Panam City, in an
alr-condltloned suite with all ex-
penses paid for two persons.
Members of the Margarita Square
Dance Club will give exhibition
numbers and there will be a Poor
show. There will be a Jar of beans
for all to stare und wonder at aim
the reward for the one who
guesses the correct number of
beans will be a $25.00 govern-
ment bond. Blue jeans and loud
shirts will be the correct attire
for this affair. Tickets are avail-
able at one dollar per person and
may be purchased at the door.
The winners of the door prize
will have their pictures publish-
ed in local newspapers.
Board of Gatun Civic
Theater Meets Tonight
Members of the Board of the
Gatun Civic Theater vi''
tonight at the Gatun Clubhouse
at 7:30. All Interested memoers
are urged to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Roades
Returned Monday
-Mr. and Mrs. &. L. Roades of
New Cristobal returned to the
Isthmus Monday aboard the S.8.
Cristobal. They have been on va- I
cation for the past three months
and visited in Dallas and Fort
Worth, Texas, Cincinnati, Ohio
and New York.
N.C.O. Wives' Club to
Give Bon Voyage Coffee
A morning coffee will be held
at the home of Mrs. W. D. God-
win of Fort Gulick tomorrow
morning at ten o'clock, by the
members of the Fort Gulick
N.C.O. Wives' Club. The coffee
will honor Mrs. Dorothy Neff,
Mrs. Leon Wood and Mrs. Ken-
neth Schenck who will leave soon
to make their homes in the
States.
Senators Turn Ready Eye
On McCarthy Campaigning
Mr. Molamphy Is Guest
Of Mr. and Mrs. W. Adams
Mr. Matthew P. Molamphy.
who U the agent of the United
Fruit Company In Guatemala, ar-
rived Monday, on the Frau Ber-
langer from New York. He was
th* guest of the General Agent
of tht United Fruit Company of
Cristobal and Mrs. William E. Ad-
ama at their home In Brasos
Heights.
Mr. Molamphy left by plane this
morning from the Tocumen Air-
port.
Lucinda Smith Was
Ten a Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Melton Smith of
Oatun arranted a birthday par-
ty to honor their daughter, Lu-
cinda, Saturday afternoon. Lu-
cinda'* young friends enjoyed
birthday cake and icecream be-
fore attending the matinee at
J ttae clubhouse. Their guest list
included Diane Hannlgan, Rachel
I and Rosalie Radel, Linda Cun-
ningham, George Smith. Carol
Ann Forrest, Pamela Theriot,
, Nancy Gibson, Virginia Mauldln,
' I Mickey Cunningham, William
end Arthur Lawrence, and Bruce
" tnd Phyllis 8mith.

H.C.O. Wives' Club
Met at Pert Gulick
j The N.C.O. Wives' dub of Fort
j Julick held their monthly meet-
ing In the Club room Tuesday1
WASHINGTON, Aug. 9 (UP)
The Senate Rules Committee ap-
proved by a 9 to 3 vote yesterday
a report sharply criticising the
1950 election campaign of Sen.
John M. Butler, R., Md., and the
role played In It by Sen. Joseph
R. McCarthy. R., Wls.
At the same time, and by the
same vote, it called on ah elec-
tions subcommittee to "study" a
resolution by Sen. William Ben-
ton. D., Conn., to Investigate Mc-
Carthy's conduct with a view to-
ward expeUlng-hlm front the Sen-
ate.
McCarthy and Sens. Kenneth
S. Wherry, R., Neb., and William
E. Jenner, R, Ind., voted against
both moves. Seven Democrats and
Republican Sens. Robert C. Hen-
drlckson, N.J., and Margaret
Chase Smith, Me., voted for the
actions.
McCarthy asked for 10 days In
which to file a dissenting minor-
ity report on the Maryland elec-
tion campaign. He said he was
"not certain*" whether Wherry
and Jenner will Join him in the
report.
The subcommittee which will
consider Benton's oust-McCar-
thy resolution Is the same one
which investigated the Maryland
campaign and wrote the report
approved yesterday.
The report said Butler's cam-
ealgn against former Sen. Mll-
ird E. Tydlngs, D., Md., was "de-
structive of fundamental Ameri-
can principles" and that McCar-
thy was a "leading and potent
force" in it.
The subcommittee did not
challenge Butler's right to his
seat, but recommended that the
Senate change Its rules to allow
for expulsion of any senatornot
Just the one Involved In a race
who Is found guilty of dirty work
In a campaign.
A recommendation to expel
McCarthy would require a two-
thirds Senate vote for approval,
and even Benton's supporters
concede that this Is extremely
unlikely.
McCarthy lashed back at Ben-
ton again meantime with a state-
ment accusing him of "squaling
and squawking" because the Sen-
ate Internal Security Subcom-
mittee is "getting pretty close to
Benton's friends in the State De-
partment."
McCarthy said that Benton, a
former assistant Secretary of
State, is attacking nun because
"he is now ready to use any smoke
screen at all against those who
are exposing Communists in the
State Department."
FOR KOREA'S FIGHTERS
A new United Nations Medal
will be awarded to military
personnel serving In Korea.
Here are front (top) and re-
verse views of the bronze em-
blem, which bears a blue-and-
white striped ribbon. UN offi-
cials and field commanders are
drafting regulations governing
eligibility for the award.
Effective Alarm
HARRISONBURG, Va. (UP)
His wife has found a simple solu-
tion for getting Jimmy Fox. radio
announcer, oat of bed on morn-
ings he has to be at work at six
o'clock. She taps the sleeping
Jimmy lightly on the arm and
says in a well-moulated voice,
"Will continue our program in
Just a moment ..first, a word
from your local announcer." She
says Jimmy comes up groping for
control knobs.
Grand SPECIAL SALE
on ladies
DRESSE
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Prices Drastically Reduced!
BAZAAR PARIS
Coln
H-Bomb Workers
Hurl In Bus Collision
ALLENDALE, S.C., Aug." 9 (UP)
Forty H-Bomb plant employes
were injured, 15 of them critical-
ly, In a two-bus collision at the
hamlet of Martin near the Sav-
annah River atomic energy plant
site yesterday.
The Alenosle County hospital
with a 28-bed capacity was
swamped with the injured and
sent out an emergency call for
doctors and nurses from sur-
rounding communities to help
treat them.
Sheriff J. E. Smith said the
accident occurred when both
buses, headed in the same direc-
tion, attempted to pass an auto.
One of the vehicles pushed the
other bus over an embankment
and then went over a smaller
embankment Itself.
The buses, whose passengers
Included many Negroes, were
bound from Rldgeland, 8. C, to
the H-Bomb site, Smith said.
The huge $800,000.000 atomic
energy plant located along the
South Carolina side of the Sav-
annah River now emnloys more
than 12,000 persons. The workers
commute from a wide area in
South Carolina and Georgia.
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Santa Cruz Snorts
By GILBERTO THORNE
Santa Cruz' hectic sports acti-
vities have slowed down to a
crawl since school has opened.
The Intermediate League which
held its share of the spotlight
during the Summer Vacation fin-
ished up with Rawllngs on top of
the list with a nine won and three
lost average.
After breezing through the
first half-season with 6 wins and
no defeats, Rawllngs dropped
three games and everyone
thought that they would drop to
second place.
But David Roberts and Alberto
Romero rallied the rest of the
team to win the next three
games and obtain championship
honors. At the end of the season
the standings appeared as fol-
lows:
Won Lost
TEAMS
Celina Leach's Volt
Rawllngs .........9 3
Alzamora's Keks.....6 6
Phil Walker's Incas.. ..5 7
Celina Leach's Volt.... 4 8
The Midget League which also
provided a lot of entertainment
also flnishe dbefore the end of
the vacation. Standings:
TEAMS Won Lost
Professor Grant......ll l
ProfessorOsbourne.. ..9 3
Professor Walker .... 8 4
Jones............ 4 8

Monday, Sept 3, is the night of
the Lucky "7" Labor Day Hop at
the Santa Crus Clubhouse.
The Monticello Basketball Loop
Is at a standstill. Progress In the
league will depend on the out-
come of the-meeting of the board
of directors on Thursday. Aug. 9.
Managers and representatives
please attend this meeting.
BRITISH BEAUTIES CHOOSE BIKINIS-Rumors that the Bikini swlmmilt (alas) is Tits way
out appear not to have reached Jolly old England Here are the Bikinled finalists in a London
contest to select Britain s entry in international beauty competitions. Meeting the lovely coros ii
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPI
Thursday, august 9, 1951
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IN HOLLYWOOD...
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Mov-
ies Without Popcorn:
One place where a iew bars of
"Who Is Sylvia?" whistled casu-
ally will et you tossed out on
your ear Ls MGM's "Lone Star"
set. where Clark Gable is playing
an inferior scene with some griz-
zled character actors.
The film re-unites Gable and
Ava Gardner as a love team and
concerns the annexation of Tex-
as to the Union. It's a light-
hearted Gable, dimples popping
in his cheeks, who goes through
his paces:
I ask him. during a short
Breather, how it happens that he
ls just getting around to hitting
the sagebrush trail.
"O, I played In a western once
before." Gable grins. "I never
talk about it. though. It was 'The
fainted Desert' back in 1929 and
Bill Boyd was the star. I was the
heavy."
I visit Camp Hiashwaka on the
back lot at UI. where Pat Neal
and VanHeflin are co-starring in
"Weekend With Father"a com-
f iut summer camps lor
Children.
..-, of moppets who play
ca.: i Middles darL in and out of
bust;:? and at one point an as-
sistant director yells, with a
straight lace:
Will ail people and children
go back to the boathouse?"
A live-year-old half-pint em-
phatically objects to being sent to
the rear.
"My career ls slipping," she
pouts, tossing her golden curls.
"At Warners' I was in a closeup."
The background of a Washing-
ton, D.C.. mansion ls needed for
Llppert's "FBI Girl," so the com-
pany has rented a colonial home
in the San Fernando valley. Geo.
Brent. Audrey Totter and Cesar
Romero, the stars, finish a se-
quence involving a helicopter.
The scene calls for them to
walk out of the front door toward
the helicopter and. although the
take is perfect. Director William
Berke makes them repeat it.
This time the camera is shifted
away from the trees that front
the veranda. The trees happen to
be loaded with California orang-
>nbr-riv who sees the pic-
ture will believe that citrus-fruit
.. I'nip.ton. D.C.
A tense scene between John
Barrymore. Jr. and Joan Lorring
ls being directed by Joseph Lo-
sey for "The Big Night." It's a
tricky experiment in timing that
calls for Joan to slip a revolver
out ot young John's pocket.
Losey is satisfied with the ac-
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DEER HEARTS AND GENTLE PUPPIES-Deer and dachs-
hunds can live together in harmonyprovided there's plenty of
. how to go around. This happy "family group" on a farm near
i Bargen, Germany, proves it. A German farmer found two young
deer, injured and abandoned. He took them home, only to discover
that his pet dachshund had given birth to seven little, long ones.
Now, all nine pets are growing up together. (NEA-Acme photo by
Staff Photographer Gerhard P. Seinig.)
-Tokyo File 21?
As Filmed In
Far Japan
OPENING TODAY
CENTRAL THEATRE
The Japanese film players who
Performed roles in "Tokyo File
12," Far East espionage melo-
drama, released by RKO Radio,
are superb performers, says Flo-
rence Marly, green-eyed Czech
beauty who ls co-starred with
Robert Payton.
"We had the honor of making
the first picture filmed er.tirel>
in Japan by an outside com-
pany,' Miss Marly comments
''and everybody wanted to he]-
us. We were making a story tell
ing of the operations of the Am-
erican military intelligence in
dealing with the Russian under-
ground. Although it presents
many Japanese in an unfavor-
able light, we received complete
cooperation from the native
authorities and public.
QLMiA
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3:15 5:10 7:00 8:55 p.m.
tlon, but decides that Joan's hair
looks too-well groomed. While the
studio hairdresser stands by
wringing her hands in despair.
John unloosens the hairpins and
rearranges her tresses.
I get an answer worthy of
John's famous dad when I com-
ment on the young actor's lack of
makeup.
"I'm playing this part a la na-
tural." flips the youngest-acting
Barrymore. "Pimples, bags,
bloodshot eyes and everything
else!"
James Cagney, Gig Young and
Phyllis Thaxter are ready to play
a key scene in "Come Fill The
Cup," an opus about a hard-boil-
ed newspaperman, over at War-
ners. But newcomer Charlita, a
Latin from Boston, hasn't emerg-
ed from wardrobe yet and the
stars wait patiently. Suddenly she
rushes to the set In a tight-fitting
two-piece outfit that's as bare at
the midriff as Erich von Stro-
helm's dome.
Director Gordon Douglas takes
one look at Charlita's neckline
and claps a hand frantically to
his forehead. A wardrobe woman
is summoned and a button is has-
tily sewed to prevent Charlita
from showing more than the cen-r
sors allow.
Limited Rotation
Of Army Personnel ,
Resumes Next Month
The Army announced this
week that limited rotation of
personnel now on foreign ser-
vice tours will be resumed in
September.
Each overseas commander will
establish rotation criteria for
his command. Rotation criteria
will be generally based on length
of service on current overseas
tour.
The Army emphasized that
the rate at which the program
can be sustained will depend on
the availability of replacements.
Shortly after the outbreak of
the Korean conflict the Army
extended foreign tours for six
months In order to conserve
shipping space and to reduce
the turnover of trained person-
nel In units. Subsequently the
Army directed a second six
months extension.
USARCAWB League
The U. S. Army Caribbean 1951
basketball tournament will be
held at the Fort Clayton Gym-
nasium beginning next Tuesday,
Aug. 14.
Nine teams will compete in the
double-elimination-type tourna-
ment. Awards will be made to the
individual members of the win-
ning team and the runner-up
team, as well as to the command-
ing officer of the winning unit.
Drawings will be made Friday,
Aug. 10. at the gymnasium.
Company level tournaments
are in progiess at present to de-
termine the personnel of the
competing teams.
ARMILLITA DE ESPAA, right, will soon fight "toros" In Pa-
nama City, during an intermission at a recent bullfight In
Venezuela. With him, in the'dark jacket, ls a fellow-Spaniard
Victoriano-Martln.
Spanish Matador
Plans Bullfights
In Panam Suburb
Isthmians whose ideas about
bullfighting are drawn from "The
Brave Bulls" or "Death In The
Afternoon," will have a chance to
see the real thing for themselves
early in September1 when the
young Spanish Matador Armllll-
ta steps into the ring in the Pan-
ama City suburb of San Francis-
co de la Caleta.
"Arid who," you may ask "can
now direct us to the bull ring in
San Francisco?"
Armilllta has thought of that,
too. His bull ring, a portable job
he designed himself In Spain, ls
on its Way from Costa Rica,
where fights have just ended.
Six Mexican "toros" and three
matadors from Colombia are to
meet here for the first session at
4 p.m. Sunday afternoon, Sept. 2.
Armilllta has fought in many
European arenas as well as in
Venezuela, Colombia. Peru. Gua-
temala and Cuba. In 1947 he
fought in Colon and David.
Like the explorers Balboa and
Pizarro, Matador Armilllta comes
from the Spanish province of Ex-
tremeo. His home is the city of
Caceres. .AH Extremeos take
pride in the venturesome spirit
of their sons. Armilllta, too. feels
himself something of a pioneer
in having set out to fight bulls
with the unheard-of gesture of
bringing his ring with him.
Borrower Burned Up
FALLS CITY. Neb. (UP) H.
A. Hewell was annoyed when C.
B. Sheehan wouldn't lend him
any money, according to testimo-
ny Hewell hit Sheehan with a
shoe, kicked him out the, door of
a railroad section hand bunk car
and then threw a bucket of cold
water on him. Hewell didn't get
the money but he got 15 days In
jail.
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50 Girl Scouts '
To Be Navy Guests
On Tuesday Cruise
< Fifty girl scouts from Camp
Trbol will be guests of the USS
ACM-12 (auxiliary mine layer)
on a short cruise, Tuesday,
Headquarters, 15th Naval Dis-
trict announced today.
The ACM-12. under the com-
mand of Lieutenant Stanley C.
Orr, USN, will leave Pier 18, Bal-
boa, at 10:00 a.m. and proceed
to the Taboga Island area. The
ship will also cruise near the
other islands in the adjacent
waters and after lunch will re-
turn to oler 18 where the scouts
will disembark at 2:30 p.m. and
board Navy busses for the re-
turn trip to their regular meet-
ing place on AJbrook Air Force
Base.
This cruise will permit the
camoers to observe shipboard
routine and should prove to be
a most Interesting addition to
their regular activities.
Diablo Theater
To Run 'Suspicion'
At Midnight Show
The monthly midnight show
at the Diablo Theater will be
held starting at 10:30 o'clock
tomorrow night. The movie will
be the Alfred Hitchcock thriller,
"Suspicion." The admission price
is 25 cents.

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Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
8ANDOM THOUGHTS OF A RAMBLING REPORTER
WUUe Moretti, alias Moore, New Jersey gangster and gambler,
who has done a stretch (or assault and Is under suspended sentence
on a gun charge, mouthed a threat for a CBS tape recording, In
which ne swaggeringly stated that next time he sees Lee Mortimer
he will sock him"not a Sinatra punch, either. I used to be a prize-
lighter". .Now that he Is on record, I will speak up, toonot with
a threat to break laws or Jaws, but with a pledge that if this ex-
convict lays a hand on Mortimer I will devote all my energies and
resources to prosecuting him civilly and criminally and to put him
back among familiar surroundings, in a cell.
Moretti's brother Sal is in the clink now. So is his pal Joe
Adonis. His old friend Lucky Luciano was a bully, too. They all
found out that there are laws.. .But if Willie means to go through
with his open threat, he will either have to travel lar or wait lone
For Lee is in a hospital in Honolulu while doctors are holding a
guessing contest about what's wrong with his health.
Walter was asking Sherman BUIingiley If he could
think of any vignettes or short stories about The Mob for
an article he was planning.. .The Stork Club landlord re-
plied: "Son, take my advice, write about the dead ones!"
Mr. Justice William O. Douglas' book. "Strange Lands and
Friendly People" (Harper's), will be the Book of the Month selec-
cin for November.. .Time's cover story on Mario Lanza is one
if its roughest.
The seriously ailing Sir Stafford Cripps took his first step In
several months last week...A fretting husband is waiting for a
famed quartet to play Canada, to slap a million-dollar auit on its
starfor wife stealing.. .Phillip Dunne, who wrote the techni-
color scriptural classic, "David and Bathsheba" (for Zanuck), is
the son of the famed Irish-American humorist Peter FInley Dunne.
greater of the renowned "Mr. Dooley."
Abel Green, editor of Variety, has the trade seething
with his editorial in which he asked whether disc-jockeys
were not the Frankenstein of the music bis... Some look
on the deejay as the savior of the industry; others see
him as a scavenger cleaning up big dough by exploiting
the product of genius to commercialize every sort of banal
merchandise.
Labor News
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DALLY NEWSPAPER
Down Will Come Up Like fhunderTKS
PAGE NINE
And
Comment
The parents of Ethel Merman celebrated their 46th wedding
anniversary in the Cub Room...A bargain is the Russell Nype-
Dinah Shore album. Russell's tender way with a love song falls
gracefully on the ears.. .My first and last notice to the press agents
for Hapsburg House and Majors Cabin: Don't submit any more
guff to me. Joe DiMaggio has never been in either restaurant.
How desperate can some of you pluggers get to steal a mention?
Joan Bennett's pretty sprig, Mellnda Markey. making her legit
break-In with her mother in "Susan and God," In nearby straw-hat
theatres, has chucked up college plans to follow in the family
tradition of the profession.. ."Top Banana" is the title of a mus-
leal due here in the Fall. It Is a bit of backstage slang denoting
the chief low comic in a burlesque troupe. Many of our great
comedians graduated into and out of that status.. .From all over
the country I get word that the "Mexican prisoner racket" has
been spread to an extent never before attempted. The Inflationary
'.ouch Is for more than $8.000. Postal inspectors estimate this cam-
paign will fleece American suckers for a minimum of $750,000.
When King Canute, a big shot in the simple days of yore,
Tried to prevent the ocean from encroaching on his shore,
The potent sea ris up and surged wlth-one gigantic swoop
And tossed the haughty king and all his yesmen for a loop.
And now the tide of video comes swooping up the strand
And doesn't care a whoop about the kings of Movieland.
George E. Phair, in Daily Variety.
Who was the beauty sitting beside Gary Cooper when he had
that speeding trouble?.. .Patricia Neal Is telephoning sympathies
to Jerry Nathanson, president of Palm Springs City Council, who
was hurt in a car crash.. .Director George Sidney reports a Fisher-
man's Wharf cafe in San Fran has those two doors designated
"Buoys" and "Gulls.''
If Ava Gardner's new movie, "The Girl Who Had Everything."
reminds you of something, you're not so young. In 1931, the same
story served for "Sporting Blood," with Madge Evans and a new
leading-man, Clark Gable... Molotov's daughter. Svetlana, will
Join the Red U. N. staff here..."GI Joe," the Ernie Pyle picture
which was shelved In England because it glamorizes the Yanks in
the Italian campaign, has been approved by the British censors
after five years.. .Joey Adams is at the Roney Plaza, working hard
in a cabana on his "J. A. Joke Book." His "Rate Your Mate,"
high-voltage radio show, is a cinch to be sponsored by Labor Day.
Now Joe Laurie, Jr., old-timer and chronicler of theatricals
comes up with some addenda on the great torcher. "My Man," He
ays: "In the 1922 'Follies,' the song was given to the beautiful
prima donna. Vera Michelena (Mrs. Fred Hillebrand for many
years. She had seven numbers already. Fanny Brice asked Vera
to let her have It, as it would be dynamite for her because Nlckv
Axnsteln (her husband) was in the Big House. Vera generously
did so. When Ziegfeld found this out. lie raised catn. shouting.
What is she trying to do with this show? Glorify a crook? It's out.'
This was only a few days before the opening. After much squab-
bling, Fanny was allowed to do it. The rest is history."
And did I ever you how Fanny contrived to be with her man
during two years that he was hunted as the principal in a $2.000.-
000 bond robbery?.. .She owned a five-story residence uptown. So
the bought the one across the street, and had a tunnel bored be-
tween the two. He never ventured outsideuntil he and Fannv fell
into the line of cars in a parade of the Police Deoartmentdrove
for miles undetectedthen pulled up before Headquarters and
surrendered.
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MORE PARKING SPACE,
PLEASE
Dear Editor:
Two old "official" houses going
to be torn down "on the hill"
would leave space for more park-
ing places by the Admin. Bldg.
for "non-official" workers.
Why not have more parking
places at the Administration
Building?
A Worker
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
San Antonio, Texas
Dear Sir:
I haven't beard from my old
friend "Doc" Tapia for some time
sjad wonder whether he got lost
In the last position shuffle.
July 4 week end I got a week
Off for a trip through Louisiana
and found it a different country
since I last saw it. at the begin-
ning of the century.
In the old days if you crossed
any of the principal watercourses
you went by ferry or swam.
Now. thanks to Huey Long. I
crossed some of the finest bridges
In the world. Two of special noie
are over the Mississippi 'at New
Orleans1 and at Baton Rouge.
We KQt caught in a week of
rain and cut our trip short. We
got back into Texas in a drought
j that still continues, with the hot-
test weather I ever knew.
Sure wish for Boquete and the
'cool weather.
I see work is beginning on the
highway, and I might be able to
come through by automobile yet.
Speaking of automobiles, it
many more are sold here there
will be no parking room and they
will have to be kept moving all
the time.
Texas alone has Issued more
than 2.000.000 plates this year,
and they are still buying them.
W. J. "Pop" Wright
By EWN CLAQUE
(Victor Riesel U on vacation.
Swan Clague, Director, Bureau
o/ Labor Statistics, is substitut-
ing for him today as special
guest columnist.)
WASHINGTON The most
eagerly awaited figure in the
United States today is not the
dally Treasury balance, the
current "dream number," or the
standing of the local bal, club.
It's a little four-digit figure
known as The Consumers' Price
Index biggest figure for Its
size in the world. Its simple
meaning is that a certain bill of
goods which cost a certain aver-
age amount between 1935 and
1939 would cost you upwards of
85 ner cent more today.
Its influence is much more
complex. More than 3,000,000
workers have their wage rates
directly tied to its movements.
Other millions are similarly af-
fected because the wage stabili-
zation policy leans heavily on
it.
It all starttd when the
Consumer*' Price Index,
which had been lust a work-
inn girl since 1913, became
Miss Industrial Relations of
194. The UAW-CIO and
General Motors had signed
an agreement which pro-
vided that each movement
uv or down of 1.15 pcints in
the index would be follow-
ed by a corresponding move-
ment of one cent per hour
in wage rates.
There are now 800 such con-
tracts covering the entire auto
industry, most of the railroad
Industry and parts of countless
others. >
With so much at stake, the
public has not only a right but a
civic responsibility to keep a
questioning eye on the CPI. How
Is the thing nut together? How
do we know It isn't rigged?
The CPI each month measures
how much more or less it costs
a lower-income big city worker
tn buv a typical bill of goods
than it did at a fixed time in
the past. In the case of the
CPI the fixed time of compari-
son Is the period from 1935 to
1939.
Each month in each of 34
large cities pricing agents of the
Bureau of Labor Statistics take
the bill of goods and find out
and record the cost of each
Item. The same qualltv and
quantity are priced each time.
Prices are gathered from not
ont but dozens of establish-
ments in each city to Insure a
representative, average price.
Neighborhood shops, chains,
downtown department stores
all are priced. About 150,000
ouotations are collected, coun-
trv-wlde.
The items priced each month
fall into six main groups: food,
clothing. house furnishings,
rent, utilities, and a sundry
group including transportation,
entertainment, medical and per-
sonal care. etc.
The importance of each
item in the total cost of the
bill of ooods is determined
bv multiplying its mice by
the quantity of the item
normally bounht r>v a large
citv family of fairly low in-
come. The total of the cost
of all items thus arrived at
U divided by the total for
the bill of goods during the
fixed time period in the past
mentioned above The re-
sult is the index-for one city
for a particular month.
The fact that the index in one
city is higher than in another
does not mean that the same
bill of goeds costs more in the
higher city. It only means that
in a given time prices went up
faster. Prices might have been
higher to begin with in the
city with the lower index. There-
fore the Indexes of the 34 cities
cannot be directly compared
with each other.
The indexes for all 34 cities
are combined, however, Into a
national index, with each city
index given an importance or
weight equal to the Importance
of the city's population in the
total population. The combined
Ilgure is the one upon which
most wage escalator clauses
are based. .
Of course, with so much mo-
ney riding on each point of the
index, it is natural that the
technical details of our opera-
tion should be criticized by the
technicians of labor and man-
agement both. By and large,
that criticism has been con-
structive and- worthwhile.
However, the Integrity of the
BLS has been Impugned only
once in its 67 years. The left-
wing United Electrical Workers
TJftion officials recently charg-
ed us with outright fraud, fak-
ery, and manipulation of the
CPI. Otherwise, labor and man-
agement alike have trusted our
figures and relied upon them
in their Joint relationships and
individual operations.
The very physical facts sur-
rounding the Index operation
effectively wall it off from cor-
ruptibility. Some 400 pt:ople
dispersed -throughout the coun-
try many of them constantly
on the move and all of them
under various gradients of su-
pervision, checking, and double
checking work to produce
the monthlv figure.
A majority of them would
have to conspire in order to ma-
nipulate the price collection and
the tabulation.
(Copyright 1951 Post-Hull
Syndicate, Inc.)
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By BOB RUARK
CAMPI KTTETTT, Tanganyika. I haven't
talked much about the boys, because they take
a bit of learning, but I feel now as if perhaps
I've made a few good friends. At least they kid
me a lot, whereas they used to be painfully
polite.
We were trying to collect a certain type of
small fowl the other day. and the birdshooting
expert, Bwana Canga, which is me, had blasted
three times at a creature no bigger than a
robin and the bird still flew. I waa using my
tittle .16 gauge shotty-gun.
On the third escape, Kldogo, the bowlegged
Nandl gunbearer, murmured quietly: "Bwana
taka .470?" The .470 Is what you shoot ele-
phant and rhino and buffalo with.
Kldogo is a very intelligent man of property,
but hunting is in his blood and he cares little
for herding his cattle and supervising his maize
fields.' He thrives on dangerous stuff, shoots
well himself, and is one of the few Africans to
be trusted to shoot in emergency. Most of them
are very poor with guns.
Kldogo is a great and quiet kldder. He loves
to snipe at Adam, a passionate Mohammedan
convert, and continually shoots holes In Adam's
attempts to convert everybody to the Moslem
creed.
Kldogo has memorized the Mohammedan
"hallal" ceremony, the ritual that Is said when
dying game is sanctified by bloodletting and
prayer of thanks, and constantly scandalizes
Adam by threatening to take over the kosher-
izinu himself.
Another great kldder Is Juma, the Swahlll
head boy. It Is impossible to get angry with
Juma, whatever his sins which are most
amazin' few because Juma regards you. him-
self, and life as a wonderful Joke on every-
body.
He needles his Bwana. Selby. w^iom he wor-
ships, constantly. If Master Selby takes a sec-
ond Martini. Juma, a devout Mohammedan and
a priest, mentions quietly that Bwana is becom-
ing a high priest of the booze cult, and Harry
puts down his class.
Juma is a shameless politician, and is par-
ticularly adept at currying favor with the la-
dles. He held out our last two Coca-Colas the
other day, I recall, so that Memsaab could drink
them when the two Bwanas had gone off to
hunt, and earred a succinct rebuke In the gen-
eral vicinity of his rear.
But Juma is held hi frightened esteem by his
12 underlings. The Moslems are deathly afraid
of him, becai je he is a high shot in the faith,
and can hit tliem with the Koran on any occa-
sion. And the heathens and quasi-Christians
are afraid of hlBx because they always owe him
money.
Except Katunga, And Katunga Is my favor-
ite. Katunga or Bwana Katunga, as he pre-
fers to be called t- is afraid of nothing. In-
cluding the Almighty. He Is an atheist, he says,
because "my father- was an atheist and what
was good enough for my father is good enough
for me."
Katunga is a little mad. of course. When the
moon Is full he howls like a hyena. His eyes
shine glassily. and he is not of this world.
Bwana Katunga worships one thing his
knife. He is a magnificent skinner. He sits for
hours, hunkered on his skinny hams, crooning
to himself and doing things with that knife
that rto surgeon could approach in delicacy. If
the kills are large he will skin all night, all day,
and all the next night. When he does not skin
he whittles.
Katunga is a Wa-Kamba, with filed teeth,
three wives, and many children. He dips snuff
and wears an old police sweater that touches
his knees.
He still Joves the ladles, though he Is past 50.
And he thinks he Is as good as any living
man. Not only Is he a Bwana, or self-created
lord, but the other day I head him say:
"And when I die. the safaris will pass my
houses and my wives and children and cattle,
and thev will say: 'Klng-1 Katunga used to live
there!"
Not content with minor honors, under the im-
pact of the moon, Katunga has crowned himself
king.
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
EISENHOWER: ONE LITTLE WORD
WASHINGTONThe leaders of the Republi-
can draft-Eisenhower movement have now set-
tled on a plan for popping the question. The
plan is very precise both as to time and place.
The time is the turn of the vear late Decem-
ber, 1951, or early January, 1952. The place is
Paris.
According to this plan, a delegation of lead-
ing Republicans will wait on Gen. Elsenhower
in Faris at this time. Such a delegation might
include men like Gov. Thomas E. Dewey, Sen.
James Duff, and former Sen. Harry Darby,
The Republican delegation will appeal public-
ly to Eisenhower's sense of patriotism and duty.
They will tell 1.1m that .even more than his ser-
vices as NATO commander are needed, the
country and the world need his services as Pre-
sident.
They will then, in effect, ask him the vital
question if nominated as the Republican can-
didate, will he accept the nomination? At this
point, Eisenhower need only speak a single
word. The word, of course, is "yes."
Tais plan is designed to surmount the dilem-
ma which confronts the Elsenhower backers.
The nature of this dilemma Is very obvious. As
8upreme Commander of the NATO forces. El- v
senhower is of course stopped from taking on
his own Initiative any part whatsoever In do-
mestic politics.
But as Sen. Arthur Vandenberg used to point
out. and as Elsenhower's supporters are fully
aware, the "draft" in which the candidate takes
no part at all Is politically a myth.
The device of the visiting delegation will. It
is argued, untie Eisenhower's hands and the
hands of his supporters.
It will make it possible for Eisenhower grace-
fully and honorably to signify his willingness to
take the nomination if offered, without putting
him in the position of seeming to seek It.
Finally, appealed to on grounds of simple pa-
triotism, his supporters believe that Elsenhower
could hardly speak any other word but "yes."
Given the speaking of this crucial word, the
Elsenhower men profess to see the future very
dearly.
Elsenhower of course could not remain simul-
taneously as NATO commander and an ac-
knowledged candidate for the Republican nomi-
nation.
Therefore the Elsenhower backers see the
General returning to this country by the end
of next January at the latest. He would simply
state his position on a number of vital Issues
in a few speeches.
The rest would be up to the powerful coall-
'ion of Elsenhower Republicans already formed
iiehlnc" the General.
The Eisenhower backers' bold campaign stra- s
tegy would be to Invade the strongholds of 8en.
Robert A. Taft in the Middle West and South.
The East is considered already strong for El-
senhower, and In th eWest Gov. Earl Warren
Is expected to swing behind Elsenhower in a
showdown.
Initially, therefore, the key states are seen as
Kansas, even now accounted a sure Elsenhower
state, and Texas, where Elsenhower already has
the potent backing of such oilmen as Jack Por-
ter and H. R. Cullen.
As the Eisenhower men see the future, the
Eisenhower boom will spread from Kansas and
Texas into the heart of the Taft country; Ei-
senhower's Immense hold on the voters will be
demonstrated in the primaries; and he will be
nominated on the first ballot.
But of course this whole vision of the future
is predicated on Eisenhower's speaking the vi-
tal word in Paris at the turn of the year. And
the plan for the Paris delegation is significant.
If only because it Involves an important change
in timing.
Previously, the Elsenhower backers believed
that there would be time enough to organize
an Eisenhower draft if Elsenhower resigned his
NATO command by March or April of next year,
as originally planned.
They now believe that Eisenhower must signi-
fy his willingness to accept the nomination, and
must return to this country by next January, at
the latest.
The reason for this change in the timetable
Is obvious. The grip of the old guard Republi-
can professionals on the national Republican
' rganlzatlon Is growing stronger with every day
that passes. And their unanimous choice for
candidate is Robert A. Taft.
This change of timing moreover, made neces-
sary by Taft's growing strength. Immensely
complicates the problem facing the Eisenhower
backers.
They have never had a really firm commit-
ment from the General; there was never any
real assurance that he would return to this
country even in the Sprlne. And obviously El-
senhower will be deeply reluctant to abandon as
early as next Januarv the task to which he Is
so nasslonatelv dedicated.
Yet, the Elsenhower backers argue, the Oen-
eral must know that the nomination of Taft,
with his Isolationist background, would send a
shiver of fear throughout Western Europe: and
that the alliance Elsenhower has worked so
hard to build might then be wrecked.
It is for these reasons that the Elsenhower
men firmly believe that when he Is asked the
vital question, his answer will be "Yea." And
the vare powerful reasons.
.Copyright 1951,New fork Herald Tribune, Inc.)
^eWiLY WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
y DRIW PIARSON '
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Drew Pearson says: Publisher-Congressman Brown Cham-
pions low postal rates; Mor income tax prosecutions
in works; Some bureaucrats are efficient.
m0W,ASHIN9TON-The Question of reduced postal rates for
magazines and newspapers, which the Post Office claims Is a -
wi?U1tions d?llar ubs'dy to Ufe, Time, and the Saturday
avening Post etc., caused a rumpus Inside the House Rules Com-
mittee recently.
t-.^J?'0 the "flfhtenlst" members of Congress, Tom Murray.
lennessee Democrat, and Clarence Brown, Ohio Republican, stag-
i"Lrow over the Dlu t0 revlse second-class postal rates up-
nViL ip.er cent Vl *. next three year<- Thl increase, the Post
Office claims, would help to get It out of the red.
However, Congressman Brown, himself a publisher, disagreed.
He contended it would work a hardship on smaller magazines
and newspapers which-circulate chiefly through the malls, there-
by creating a "monopoly" for big weeklies which truck their edi-
tions to newsstands.
"This bill would act as a subsidy for the wrong people." ho
BXgUBu.
"You've got nothing to complain about," countered Murray.
w A "ewsPaP publisher In Ohio you've been getting a nice
suDsidy from the government In second-class mailing privileges."
.., Mu"ay Produced some statistics on the operating coste of the
western star of Lebanon, Ohio, one of five weeklies published
by Brown.
"It looks like you've been doing all right under the second-
class subsidy," snapped the Tennesseean.
"Where did you get those figures?" thundered Brown. "I
guess they were supplied you by the Post Office Department.In
an attempt to smear and intimidate >me. I wonder If the Depart-
ment also told you about the number of papers I have had to
del yer by paid messenger because of the inefficiency of3ho
mails under this Administration."
"The figures are typical of weekly newspapers." rejjjjed
'Well, it-seems mighty strange that you single mine out of
fii ^fw6""* in the United States," blazed Brown. "Besflfcs,
tnis bill doesn't seriously affect weekly newspapers, which would
still get free second-class mall privileges."
A passing remark by Rep. Gene Cox of Georgia thatJSha
committee was making too much of a fuss over "gimlet" news-
papers only added to the hostilities. Weekly publisher Brown
t0?ril M B per80nal aIflK>r"- Glaring at Cox, he remarked
"Maybe the publishers In your district will be happy to know
what you think of them."
Chairman Adolph Sabath of Illinois finally got all the gla-
diators quieted down, but Murray lost out In his effort to get
a "closed" rule for debate on the floor.
This means that a Senate amendment providing for a 30 j>er
cent increase In second-class rates Instead of 60, over a three-
year period, will probably be substituted and approved.
NoteCongressman Brown's newspapers are: The Western
Star of Lebanon, Ohio; The Star Republican, Blanchester, 0.;"the
Miamisburg News, Miamlsburg, O; the Lynchburg News, Lynch-
burg, O. He Is also a stockholder In another weekly, the Fratk-
lln Chronicle, Franklin, Ohio.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
Joseph B. Keenan, the Japanese War Crimes prosecutor,
once prosecuted Senator Bill Langer of North Dakota, when Kee-
nan was chief of the Justice.Department Criminal Division. NOw,
as attorney for the man he once prosecuted. Keenan collected
$25,000 In a libel case from BUI Cunningham, Boston columnist,
Senator John Sparkman bumped into Time magazine *
respondent Frank McNaughton as he left to take over a 900-1
cattle farm. "I'll bet," quipped the Senator from Alabama, "I
I'll soon be getting a telegram from you denouncing beef *
rollbacks."
Congressman Clint McKlnnon, the livewlre Congressman from
San Diego, jumped out of his car at the airport the other "Bay
in his bare feet. The Congressman could afford shoes, but lost
them when his car got stuck in a water ford while he was at-
tending the George vournas party for Sam Rayburn.
, A flow of Income tax cases are coming In the wake of the
Kefauver Crime Committee. Quiet GOP Senator Williams of Dela-
ware is doing quite a bit to stir them up. /<
The Justice Department can't make up Its mind/ whether to
try Dennis Delaney, the ousted Massachusetts tax collector, in
Boston or New York. He'll be charged with accepting bribes to
fix cases not only in Massachusetts but for a New York Insurance
firmhence the indecision.
MAKING DEMOCRACY WORK
You hear so much about Inefficiency in Government the
days that the public forgets about the long roll call of patriotic
public servants who are doing a good Job for their country. Her
are some of them:
Manly Fleischmann, Defense Production Administrator
Learned the hard way through the War Production Board of
World War II, picks good men, believes in letting the public*
know what's happening In his far-flung and highly important
defense agency.
Edward Barrett, Assistant Secretary of State in charge of
Propaganda and Voice of AmericaGave up a top salary as
editor of Newsweek magazine to take lowly government pay and
more headaches than any other Job in Washington; nas put new
Ideas, new energy into American propaganda abroad.
Charles E. Wilson, Defense MoblllzerWorks long hours and
takes all sorts of criticism for the country which gave him
great opportunity as head of General Electric. Isn't good at hu-
man relations, but knows how to correlate Industry.
Holmei Baldridge, Assistant Attorney GeneralHas one of the
most thankless jobs in Washington, handling claims against the
Government and by the Government. Thousands of legal cases
swamp him every year, including the new price violations under
OPS. Congress votes no additional mon<" to handle these, but
Baldridge Is getting action just the same. J
NEWSPRINT )io.\ii,,.y
Senator Joe O'Mahoney, the hard fighting Wyoming trust
buster, is pressing the Justice Department for an anti-trust in-
vestigation of the newsprint monopoly.
'If newsprint prices keep soaring," O'Mahoney warned, "it
won't be long before the small newspapers win have to suspend
publicati V"
The senator also told the Justice Department that:
1) Six or seven newsprint producers account for four-fifth
of all newsprint consumed in the United States, and are either
Canadian companies or Canadian subsidiaries of American firmer-
In Ontario province a law was passed to keep U.S. courts from
examining the records of even Canadian subsidiaries of the Aw
erlcan companies.
2) No newsprint mills have been opened In Canada si '.
World War II, although demands have Jumped.
3) The newsprint cartel has created a uniform price system
for the United States. (A few days ago. the Crown ZellerbKh ;
Corp. upped the price of newsprint $10 a ton to a new high of -
$116 a ton without consulting the Office of Price Stabilization}.
NoteO' Mahoney also recommends that American publisher1
get together and promote newsprint production within the Uo
lted States.
(Copyright. 1951, By The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
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CINCO CENTESIMOS
Marcha roja en Berln Oriental
MARCHA ROJA __ Una delegacin norteamericana al "Festival Mundial de la Paz"1 auspiciado
por los comunistas, marcha por las calles de Berln Oriental mientras fle la pelitia se man-
tiene en guardia a lo largo de la ruta del desfile. Durante las festividades que se iniciaron
el Domingo, ms de cien mil jvenes delegados comunistas desafiaron a los guardias comunis-
ta! y penetraron en Berlin Occidental para echarle un vistazo al mundo occidental. Gran nu-
mero de estos jvenes fueron atendidos por el Ejrcito de Estados Unidos sirvindoles refres-
cos. Despus de que los jvenes comunistas se percataron que el mundo occidental no es el
monstruo que pintan los rojos, una enorme cantidad de ellos pidi quedarse >n Alemania Oc-
cidental como refugiados, demostrando que prefieren vivir dentro de la democracia y no en el
El Gerente del Seguro Social
denuncia criminalmente al ex-
gerente de la Caja D. Silvera
Acsale de que sin autorizacin de la Junta Direc-
tiva realiz viaje al exterior que cost
al Seguro Social B.500.00
"paraso" comunista.
Un retrato del Rey Jorge
Sexto provoca en Belice
una seria crisis poltica
BELICE, Agosto 9 (UP) El
Gobernador de Honduras Brit-
nica, Sir Ronald Oarvey, anun-
ci en un discurso por radio
que disolver la Asamblea Mu-
nicipal de Belice porque el mes
pasado se neg autorizar que se
colocara el reflrato del Rey Jor-
ga VI de* Oran Bretaa en el e-
tiflclo del Ayuntamiento-
Garvey dijo que "para n.1,
despus de Dios se encuentra
mi Rey. Desde mi juventud he
1 sido enseado a respetar al rtey"
y agreg que no estaba dispues-
to a permitir tales actos de
"desleaitad".
El Gobernador manifest que
la disolucin de la Asamblea
Municipal nico organismo
cuyos miembros son todos elegi-
dos por votacin popular no
perjudicara el progreso consti-
tucional de la colonia. Indic
que un.organismo cuyos miem-
bros seran nombrado por las
autoridades reemplazarla a la
actual Asamblea Municipal or-
'Pasa a la Ptina Col.
Ocho rumanos son
acusados de dar
informes a EE.UU.
BUDAPEST, Agosto 9 (UP)
Ocho prominentes rumanos, in-
cluyendo a un general d la
Fuerza Area, fueron sometidos
a Juicio acusados de alta trul-
in y espionaje en favor ci
Estados Unidos y Oran Bretaa.
Segn Informes recibidos, to-
dos los ocho acusados confesa-
ron haber transmitido secretos
polticos, econmicos y de Est?-
cioji'la Legacin Britnica en
Budapest.
El principad acusado es Mihail
Nomanescu, de 52 aos de edd,
quien antes de su arresto ec
uno de los mas altos oficiales de
las Fuerzas Areas de Rumania.
Con gran entusiasmo aportan
donaciones de materiales
para construir biblioteca
Sobre el censo de
los sindcalos se
expide comunicado
LA INSPECCIN GENERAL DE
TRABAJO HA EXPEDIDO EL
SIGUIENTE COMUNICADO
Por este medio se le comuni-
ca a todas las organizaciones
ya sea que se denominen sin-
dicatos u otro nombre, cuyas
actividades se normen dentro
de
de
J*as.;i a M Par N rol Jl
lo que establece el Cdigo
Trabajo; sean federadas o
El Gerente de la Caja del Se-
guro Social, Licenciado Manuel
tools P., entrego esta maana
a la prensa copla de una de-
nuncia criminal interpuesta an-
te el Fiscal del Circuito de Tur-
no y contra el Licenciado Dl-
aacio Silvera, demanda que ha-
ce consistir en los siguientes
hechos que publicamos.
El Gerente Solis pide al Agen-
te del Ministerio Publico que
"ordene la investigacin perti-
nente y que una vez terminada
sea enviada al Juez respectivo
para que se sirva aplicar las
sanciones penales que las dis-
posiciones legales vigentes apa-
rejen al autor o autores de los
acios que denuncio."
El libelo de acusacin dice asi:
loEl dia 3D de Marzo de
1950, a nombre del Secretarlo
General de la Caja de Seguro
Social, se envi el memorn-
dum que se acijunta, al Jefe del
Departamento de Contabilidad
y el cual dice asi:
"Llevo a su conocimiento que
el Presidente de la Junta Di-
rectiva ha autorizado al Geren-
te de la Caja de Seguro Social
para que lormule una cuenta
por la suma de B.500.00 a fin
de sufragar los gastos de viaje
en misin al hermano pais de
Guatemala. De usted muy aten-
tamente."
2oEl mismo da 30 de Mar-
zo de 1950, a nombre del seor
Dldaclo Silvera se formul una
cuenta por B.50.00 a la Caja de
Seguro Social, cuenta que se
adjunta y la cual dice as:
"La Caja de Seguro Social a
Dldacio Silvera debe, para su-
fragar gastos de viaje en misin
especial al hermano pas de
Guatemala segn aprobacin
del Presidente de la Junta Di-
rectiva en sesin efectuada el
29 de los corrientes, B.500.00.
Son Quinientos Balboas 'con 00
por ciento. Panam, 30 de Mar-
zo de I960."
*>Segn el memocndun a
que se refiere el hecho prime- j
ro y la cuenta a que se refiere
el hecho segundo, la Caja de'
Seguro Social de Panam gir I
el cheque No. 42132 con fecha
30 de Marzo de 1950 por la su-
ma de B.500.00 a favor del
seor Dldaclo Silvera contra la i
cuenta que mantiene la Caja
de Seguro Social en el Banco
Nacional de Panama. Este che-
que fu cobrado segn aparece
en el reverso del cheque en
cuestin, por el seor Didacio
Silvera.
4oLa Junta Directiva de la
Caja de Seguro Social, en su
sesin del 28 y 29 de Marzo,
no aprob conceder al seor
Didacio Silvera la suma de B.
500.00 para sufragar un viaje
al hermano pais de Guatemala.
En el libro de Actas de la Junta
Directiva de la Caja de Seguro
Social no aparece autorizacin
para el pago de viticos a favor
del seor Didacio Silvera para
que efectuara viaje a Guatema-
la o algn otro pais.
Se acompaan como pruebas,
loEl memorndum dirigido
a nombre del Secretarlo Gene-
ral, al seor Jefe del Departa-
mento de Contabilidad de la
Caja de Seguro Social, a que se
reliere el hecho primero de es-
te denuncio.
2oLa cuenta formulada a
nombre del seor Dldaclo Sil-
vera por la suma de B.500.00
contra la Caja de Seguro Social
a favor del seor Dldacio Sil-
vera, a que se refiere el hecho
segundo.
3oEl cheqce No. 42132, gira-
do por la Caja de Seguro So-
cial a favor del seor Dldacio
Silvera, por la suma de B.500.00,
y cobrado por l.
4oCertificado del Secretarlo
General de la Caja de Seguro
Social, en el cual consta que la
Junta Directiva no aprob con-
ceder la suma de B.500.00 al
seor Dldaclo Silvera para que
efectuara el viaje a la Rep-
blica de Guatemala o a cual-
quier otro pais.
En virtud de los hechos ex-
puestos, seor Fiscal, presento
formalmente este denuncio pa-
re- que se sirva usted ordenar
la investigacin pertinente, y
una vez terminada sea enviada
al Juez respectivo para que se
sirva aplicar las sanciones pe-
nales que las disposiciones le-
gales vigentes aparejen al au-
to.' o autores de los actos que
denuncio.
Panam, 9 de Agosto de 1951.
Manuel Sols Palma,
Gerente, Caja de Seguro Social
Graves daos causan incendios
en Colombia y en El Salvador
El fuego destruy
la Catedral y un
teatro en Salvador
SAN SALVADOR, agosto 9.
(UP). Un voraz incendio
destruy I Catedral Metro-
politana y el Teatro Nacio-
nal y durante nn rato amena-
z a la sucursal del Banco
de Londres, la Nunciatura Pa-
pal, la Universidad Nacional
y los Correos Nacionales, los
cuales pudieron ser salvados.
Los primeros Informes indi-
can que cuarenta personas,
entre las cuales se encuentran
tres curas, estn hospitali-
zadas.
El incendio que ha causa-
do daos por mis de medio
milln de dlares parece ha-
ber comenzado dentro del tea-
tro.
Muchas de las personas he-
ridas se encontraban dentro
del teatro cuando comenz el
incendio y otras trataban de
salvar las reliquias de la Ca-
tedral. Entre estas reliquias se
encontraba una efigie de El
Salvador del Mundo santo
patrono de El Salvador, la
cual fue llevada al Ministe-
rio de Relaciones Exteriores.
El Gobierno ha decretado
tres dias de duelo nacional
por la tragedia.
Declina el doctor
Alfaro sueldo en
una designacin
Pavoroso incendio
en Girardot causa
enormes prdidas
Ninguna Obra Publica ser
suspendida por ahora dice
el Ing. Norberto Navarro
La Fbrica de Cemento Pa-
nam, se ha colocado a la ca-
beza de las donaciones hechas
al Comit Pro Biblioteca Fran-
cisco Arlas Paredes que dirige
la campaa de la Suciedad Pro
Mejoras del Parque Lefevre, pa-
ra levantar esta obra en el
Centro Recreativo Gringo Guar-
dia, al entregar una orden de
cincuenta sacos de cemento, pa-
ra ayudar a esta construccin.
Otra de las personas que hi-
cieron una generosa donacin,
lu Don Roberto F. Chlarl,
quien envo un cheque por B
25.00.
Las otras donaciones recibi-
das hasta ahora son las si-
guientes:
Flix Lucan! B. 10.00
Ca Lefevre S.A. 10.07
Sociedad Pro Mejo-
ras del Parque Lefevre 600.00
Hugo Gonzlez, accesorios de
tejas; Dr. Gabriel Sosa, una
ventana; Roberto Lpez F., ma-
dera; Dr. Jaime de la Guardia,
10 mts. de Mosaico; Almacenes
Martlnz, 200 pies de madera;
Carlos Bermdez I. 20 bloques;
Garrido y Ca. 300 bloques:
Guillermo Quijano, 100 bloques;
'Pmsb I Pe B Col *>
El Ministro de Gobierno y el
de Salud Pblica se unen
contra la Prostitucin
Anoche fueron capturadas en Coln sesenta
mujeres y se clausur un prostbulo
Una Importante reunin tuvo
lugar en la maana de hoy en
ei Ministerio de Gobierno y Jus-
ticia entre el Jefe de Hig'tne
Social del Ministerio de Prcv.-
an Social doctor Arturo Tapia
C. su asistente, don Julio Ale-
te y el Secretario del Ministe-
rio de Gobierno don Armando
Moreno G., con objeto de sip-
cronlxar las labores de ambDs
Ministerios para hacer mas r-
fectiva la labor para el conwA
de la prostitucin.
Entre otras cosas se acord
que Salud Pblica seguir ex-
pidiendo los carnets a las mele-
ras, alternadoras y artistas y c,u
la revisin de los mismos ser
hec'na por miembros de la Poli-
ca Secreta. Tambin se acord
que toda la labor a realizar se
efectuara de acuerdo con el De-
partamento de Salud Pblica.
Por otra parte el Secretario
del Ministerio de Gobierno In-
form que en Coln se haba a-
llanado el prostbulo denomina-
do la "Zamba" y se haban cp-
turado treinta mujeres; y en o-
tras calles de la ciudad se de-
tuvieron treinta ms.
Con respecto a los prostbulos
allanados ayer se 'Inform c,uc
no podran seguir traba i:..lo
hasta tanto el Ministerio lo or-
dene, luego de comprobi.r
condiciones sanitarias de
mismos.
) lo or-,
bu ins]
de lot I
La seorita Charlotte Kerr,
de vasta experiencia como Con-
sejera en Educacin en materia
de Enfermera que ha llegado
a esta ciudad procedente de los
Estados Unidos para entrar a
formar parte de la Misin de
Salud e Higiene del Instituto
de Asuntos nter-Americanos en
Panam, y ha asumido ya sus
funciones, con las cuales se
ampliaran an ms las activi-
dades recientemente iniciadas
en los proyectos del Punto Cua-
tro entre Panam y Estados
Unidos, bajo la direccin del
Dr. James G. Townsend.
La seorita Kerr, oriunda de
Reading. Pensilvanla, tendr a
su cargo tres importantes mi-
siones en la Repblica de Pa-
nam.
1Ser consejera de la Es-
cuela de Enfermeras del Hos-
pital Santo Toms con el fin
de cooperar al mejoramiento de
1 a s enfermeras profesionales
que no estn adecuadamente
preparadas para hacerle frente
a las necesidades fislcaa y emo-
cionales de todos los habitantes
de la comunidad.
3Cooperar oon el Departa-
mento de Salud en la prepara-
cin de facilidades educativas
adecuadas para las estudlantas
de enfermera, de manera que
el aspecto de la salud pblica
en la enfermera quede Inte-
grado en la enseanza relativa
al cuidado de loa pacientes hos-
pitalizados. Este programa tie-
ne por objeto formar enferme-
ras que estn en capacidad
de hacerse cargo de amplias
responsabilidades relacionadas
con la salud pblica, bien sea
en los centros urbanos o en las
zonas rurales.
3Cooperar en las otras ac-
tividades y proyectos que se es-
time conveniente emorender en
inters el fomento de las me-
jores prcticas de enfermera
y salud en la Repblica de Pa-
nam.
Ninguna obra pblica ser
suspendida, nos declar en la
maana de hoy el Ministro de
Obras Pblicas, Ing. Norberto
Navarro. Al contrario, se ini-
ciarn muchas ms que estn
en el presupuesto, entre ellas
la escuela Repblica de Bolivia
de la ciudad de Coln y se in-
tensificarn los trabajos en las
escuelas siguientes: Primer Ci-
clo de Penonom, primer ciclo
de Aguadulce, Liceo de Seo-
ritas, Escuela de Artes y Ofi-
cios, Escuela Repblica de Hai-
t, escuela Bellsario Porras, edi-
ficio de Administracin de To-
cumen, Calle 50, que ya va lle-
gando a calle 11 de San Fran-
cisco, Estadio de Veraguas. Es-
tadio de Las Tablas. Manicomio
de Los Santos y un sinnmero
de caminos vecinales.
En algunos casos dijo el Ing.
Navarro, se intensificar la
construccin de caminos veci-
nales y en otros solo se traba-
jar en las alcantarillas, de
acuerdo con la estacin lluviosa.
La licitacin para la Carre-
tera Interamericana se inten-
sificar durante la prxima se-
mana, en vista de que ya hay
73 traspasos para la servldum-
Pedro Comas Calvet.
Obtiene un voto
de confianza el
Premier Gasperi
ROMA, Agosto 9 (UP) El
Primer Ministro Alcide de Gas-
peri obtuvo su primer voto de
confianza en el Senado italia-
no para su nuevo gobierno an-
tlcomunlsta, tras prometer su
apoyo al Pacto del Atlntico y
nuevos esfuerzos para que da-
lla sea admitida en el seno de
las Naciones Unidas.
El dirigente Demcrata Cris-
tiano tambin pidi la pro.;ta
revisin del tratado de paz con
Italia, que restringe mucho las
fuerzas armadas italianas y- el
(Par* In Pac. h. Col. 1
Rinde indagatoria
el Dr. Julio Boyd
en caso del S. S.
Rindi declaracin hoy ante el
Fiscal Tercero del Circuito, el Dr.
Julio E. Boyd, una de las personas
sindicadas con el cobro de che-
ques pertenecientes a pensiona-
dos.
El Dr. Boyd fue citado por el
Fiscal Bellido a rendir Indaga-
toria o*" relp?^r ***" SE*?1"
f;aclons que s adelanUfTSObre
a denuncia presentada por el se-
or Manuel Soils, gerente de la
Caja del Seguro Social, de que va-
rias personas haban cobrado
cheques pertenecientes a perso-
nas jubiladas o aseguradas de
paradero desconocido o muertas.
De acuerdo con la indagatoria
el Dr. Boyd dice que a su clnica
se aperson un seor desconoci-
do y le ofreci en venta una gran
cantidad de cheques del Seguro
Social, donde l se podra ganar
(Pasa a la Pgina 6. Columna 6>
COMUNICADO
LA COMISIN
LEGISLATIVA PERMANENTE
Por ;te medio se permite
solicitar a la ciudadana y a
los asegurados' de la Caja
de Seguro Social, su opinion
por imiki, en relacin con
las reformas que por medio
de un Decreto -Ley sometido
la consideracin de esta
Comisin, se hacen a la Ley
No. 134 de 27 de Abril de 1943,
Orgnica de la Caja de Sega-
ro Social. Quiero informar,
que en vista de la trascen-
dencia de estas reformas, a
su debido tiempo citar a
entendidos en la materia pa-
: 4 que ilustren a la Comisin.
Para estos fines se ordena
la publicacin en la prensa
local del Proyecto de Decreto
Ley en referencia.
(Fdo.) Heraclio Barletta
Presidente de la Comisin
Legislativa Permanente.
Panam, 9 de Agosto de 1951.
Es fiel copla de su origina
........Sebastian Ros.
Publicamos a continuacin la
carta del doctor Ricardo J. Al-
faro, en la cual renuncia sueldo
como abogado consultor y el
decreto por medio del cual se
le'nombra:
Panama, agosto 8 de 1951.
Seor doctor
Miguel ngel Ordez,
Ministro de Gobierno
y Justicia.
Presente.
Seor Ministro:
He recibido la atenta nota de
usted No. 323-DL. por medio
(Pasa a la Pg. 6. col. )
Segn noticia publicada en "El
Tiempo" de Bogot, ayer ocurrid
un Incendio en la ciudad de Gi-
rardot en Colombia, el cual arra-
s con toda una manzana del
centro comercial de esa ciudad,
causando prdidas por ms de un
milln de pesos.
La'suma corresponde princi-
palmente a los daos que sufrie-
ron los edificios de la manzana a-
fectada, ya que la mayor parte de
1& mercanca de los almacenes se
logr salvar gracias a la Inter-
vencin de la ciudadana.
Toda la poblacin, en un acto
de ejemplar espritu cvico, a la
cabeza de la Polica y del Cuerpo
de Bomberos, que desgraciada-
mente contaba con slo dos ca-,
rros-bombas cuando comenz el
Incendio, prest lnvaluables ser,
vicios para la extincin de las lia.-
mas.
Hasta el momento no se han
podido calcular detalladamente
los daos, pero como dijimos an-
tes, se estiman por ahora que pa-
san de un milln de pesos. >
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
22,100
Los comunistas piden que se
reanuden las conversaciones
de paz y h?w:en mtyw cargos
Alegan que las fuerzas 'le ras'Naciones*.' nid*
violaron cuatro veces la neutralidad de Kaesong
La Fuerza y Luz dice que en
su perjuicio autoridades de
Coln violan normas legales
Afirmando que "hacen ms de
dos aos que el Honorable Con-
sejo Municipal de Coln v el Al-
calde de aquel Distrito, vienen
expidiendo una "serle" de a-
cuerdos y disposiciones vlolato-
rias de la Constitucin v de la
Ley. en perjuicio de esta Em-
presa (Ca. Panamea de Fuerza
y Lux) y nos hemos visto obli-
gados a recurrir en diferentes
ocasiones a los tribunales com-
petentes para que suspendan v
anulen tales acuerdos y disposi-
ciones" y sosteniendo que "nun-
ca antes en la historia de este
pas, habamos visto, seor Mi-
nistro, persecucin semejante
por parte de los funcionarios
pblicos panameos contra una
empresa norteamericana esta- j
blec'da Icgalmente en el Dais",
el Ti -tvf"do Edmundo Molino
Jefe del Departamento Legal!
de la Compaa Panamea de
Fuerza y Luz dirigi el 2 de los
corrientes al seor Ingeniero
Norberto Navarro. Ministro de
Obras Plblcas. la siguiente ex-
posicin "de estos hechos Ins-
litos" no dudando que "el r-
gano Ejecutivo sabr ponerle
fin a semejantes abusos de au-
toridad":
Panam, Agosto 2 de 1951.
Seor Ingeniero Norberto Na-
varro, Ministro de Obras P-
blicas,
Presente.
Mi estimado seor Ministro:
Hacen va ms de dos aos que
el Honorable Consejo Municipal
de Coln v el Alcalde de aquel
Distrito, vienen expidiendo una
serie" de acuerdos v disposicio-
nes vlolatorias de la Constitu-
cin y dr la Ley. en perjuicio de
(:> a la Pg. I, CL it
Sigue la Secreta
capturando a los
maleantes de aqu
Dos capturas ms hizo ayer la
Polica Secreta Nacional de a-
cuerdo con declaraciones sumi-
nistradas a nuestro diario por
el Inspector General de esa ins-
titucin.
Por encon trarse fumando
Canyac fu deienldo v puesto
a rdenes del Fiscal Primero del
Circuito el panameo Wenceslao
RodriKuc*. de 31 aos de edad,
mecnico residente en Calle 1?
Oeste No. 8.
El -oven Jos Bolvar Plmcn-
tel. de 27 aos de edad y resi-
dente en Calle Coln No. 39. ha
sido acusado por la Compan-a
Smoot v Paredes de estar com-
plicado en el robo de 26 bate-
ras marca "Delco" v otros ac-
cesorios automovilsticos avalua-
dos en ms de 946 balboas.
De acuerdo con la denuncia
presentada ante la Polica Se-
creta, el Joven Pimentel se de-
dicaba a sacar los accesorios del
depsito y entregrselos a otras
personas aue vendan los ar-
tculos robados.
TOKIO, Agosto B (UP) -o'
comunistas reanudaron sus ex-1
plicaclones respecto a la nue-
tralldad de Kaesong e hlcle;c'
un nuevo llamado para la tn-
mediata reanudacin de las ne-(
nodaciones de paz.
Sin embargo, al mismo lcm-|
po acusaron a los aliados de(
cuatro violaciones especificas dei
a neutralidad y presentaron u-'
na "grave" protesta, pidiendo e-
llos a su vez garantas de neu-
tralidpd.
Ahora le toca al General Ma-
tthew B- Rldgway, Comandante
Supremo de las Naciones TJ:.t-
das, decidir si acepta las afir-
maciones rojas de respetar la
neutralidad.
En el mensaje a las Naclonc
Unidas los comunistas dljeron
1) Los Comandante noreorea-
nos y chinos dijeron que ya
han asegurado su estricta adhe-
sin al acuerdo sobre la neutra-
lizacin del rea de Kaesong" a-
gregando que "es Inconcebible
que nosotros dejemos de cum-
plir nuevamente con nuestro a-
cuerdo, a menos que ustedes de-
liberadamente fabriquen Inci-
dentes que sirvan como una ex-
cusa para terminar las negocia-
ciones del armisticio".
2) El jefe de la delegacin
comunista Nam II. present una
"grave protesta' contra cuatro
violaciones de la neutralidad por
'. in natin columna >
Resolver caso
de fianzas el
Juez M. Burgos
La prxima semana se resol-
vern las solicitudes de excar-
celacin bajo lianza presenta-
das por los ex-mjnistros, segn
nos inform el Juez del Circui-
to, Licenciado Manuel Burgos.
El Juez Burgos est haciendo
el estudio del expediente para
ver si hay posibilidad de con-
cederles libertad provisional ba-
jo fianza a los ex-Minlstros de
Estado que lirmaron la deroga-
toria de la Constitucin el dia
10 de mayo.
No ser hasta fines del mes
de agosto euando el Juez Bur-
gos decidir del mrito del su-
mario levantado con relacin a
los sucesos del 10 de mayo, se-
gn dijo ese funcionario.
Al pronunciarse se conocer
cul es la situacin en que se
encuentren muchos de los de-
tenidos por los sucesos polti-
cos y contra su pronunciamien-
to en caso de que sea ste en-
causatorio, se podrn interpo-
ner los recursos de alzada que
prev l cdigo de organiza-
cin judicial.
Nombrados 21 miembros en la
delegacin panamea que ir
al Congreso Econmico el 20
Ayer fu designada la dele-
gacin que asistir al Congreso
Econmico Social que tendr
lugar en esta ciudad el 20 de
los corrientes. La delegacin
estar Integrada en la siguien-
te forma:
Presidente, Lie. Galileo Sols,
Ministro d Hacienda y Tesoro;
Vlce-Presidente, Don Henri -
que de Obarrlo, Contralor Ge-
neral de la Repblica.
Delegados Principales:
Dr. Osear Mu 11er, Profesor
Emilio Clare, Sr. Mario de Die-
go, Sr. Julio E. Heurtematte,
Dra. Georglna J. de Lpez, Sr.
Eduardo McCoullough.
Asesores:
Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro. Profe-
sor Max Arosemena, Sr. Alfre-
do Alemn, Sr. Rogelio Arose-
mena. Lie. Luis Manuel Sols P.,
Sr. Eduardo de Alba. Sr. Louis
Martlnz, Profesor Renato Ozo-
res. Lie. Erasmo Escobar. Sr.
Rafael ZubletariJc. Juan Rive-
ra Z.
Asesores Especiales de|
Presidente de la Lesacin:
El Secretarlo del Ministerio
! de Hacienda y Tesoro, el Ase-
i sor Tcnico del Ministerio, Dr.
1 Pedro Comas Calvert.
A Nuestros Lectores
Lea hoy nuestra column
Carrusel de Washington" escri-
ta por el conocido periodista 1
comentarista radial nortame*
ricano Drew Pearson en nes*
ira pgina editorial y conocer
que:
En Colombia han muerto mas
de 240,000 personas durante loe
ltimos doce meses en una gue-
rra civil sin declarar y otras ii-
fermadones filtradas a la es-
tricta censura de prensa de eje
pais que no permite que se co-
nozcan todos los detalles de s-
ta lucha fraticida.
El aumento en los precios del
papel peridico como conse-
cuencia de un monopolio de i-s
productoras de papel.
Slo siete compaas papele-
ras son las que suministran el
ochenta por ciento de las i.-
cesidades de papel peridico en
Estados Unido*.


AGINA DOB
El PANAMA AMERICA DIAJUO INDEPENDIENTE
in n
JUEVES, AGOSTO 1U
ff
PanatnaAmrtca
HAMMODIO *!. OIHICTO
.oi'*nc o* *
DITOA MMMA AMMIOA. A.
IN SU. IftlLlUCk ...UAOO IN t CIlOAO. CALL M. MO. B7
de WASHINGTON
Pot DREW PEARSON
VIGILANCIA NOCTURNA EN LA CIUDAD
En la prensa local se ha anunciado que la Po-
lica Secreta Nacional intensificar la vigilancia
nocturna en los barrios suburbanos de la ciudad,
para lo cual se han dictado las medidas pertinen-
tes y se han obtenido algunos >ehculos para faci-
litar este servicio.
Ojal que "en el terreno de la prctica se rea-
lice este deseo en la mejor forma posible. Para evi-
tar los robos, principalmente, ae hace necesario
una vigilancia adecuada y, sobre todo, permanente
en toda la ciudad.
En otras notas editoriales, "El Panam-Am-
rica ha comentado el problema de los robos cre-
cientes que se han venido registrando en los lti-
mos meses, y se seal la urgencia de vigilar con
mayor cuidado las calles de todos los barrios de
la capital, especialmente durante la- horas de la
noche.
Uno de los factores que deben tomarse en con-
sideracin es el del alumbrado elctrico en ciertos
sectores de la ciudad, en algunos de los cuales no
existe y en otros es muy deficiente.
Para la seguridad de los asociados es nece-
aario que en las calles haya luces adecuadas que
sirvan para identificar con facilidad a las perso-
nas que las transitan en la noche. Para las auto-
ridades, la falta de alumbrado conveniente repre-
senta una seria dificultad para el logro de una vi-
gilancia propicia.
No es oportuno citar aqu los diferentes luga-
res en donde el alumbrado es deficiente. Sin em-
bargo nos parece que, a manera de ejemplo, se
pueden sealar muchas calles de Ro Abajo y Par-
que Lefevre. Asimismo hay que anotar que en ba-
rrios residenciales relativamente nuevos, como El
Cangrejo, tienen algunas calles completamente des-
provistas de focos elctricos lo cual, lgicamente,
constituye una anomala que dificulta la vigilancia
de la autoridad.
Sera de desearse que se tomaran en cuenta to-
dos los factores que intervienen en la cristalizacin
del proyecto que tiene por objeto intensificar la vi-
gilancia nocturna, para que sta sea lo ms efec-
tiva posible y se proteja con mayor eficiencia los
intereses de la comunidad.
AVISO- BE LICITACIN
Hasta las diez y treinta minutos de la maana del
13 de Agosto prximo se recibirn propuestas en el
Despacho del Gerente del Banco Agropecuario e Indus-
trial para el suministro de:
2,060 quintales de papas blancas importadas A-1
El pliego de cargos y especificaciones podr obte-
nerse cualquier da hbil en el Banco Agropecuario
e Industrial.
Panam. Agosto 8 de 1951.
LINLEOS
(Pabco, Certain!eed y Armstrong Congelen m)
EN ALFOMBRAS:
o^xi' ....____B .3.98'
71'x 9*....... 5.48
9' x10J'...... 7.48
9'x12*....... 8.98
ademas: LOZA CRISTALERA LAMPARAS
MILES DE ARTCULOS MAS.
Avenida Central 91
AVIACIN GENERAL S. A.
Se complace en poner a la orden de su numerosa
clientela, su nuevo itinerario a las
provincias Centrales
Por slo Bu 5.oo
Sale tie Paitilla....... 7:30 a.m.
Sale de Aguadulce..... 8:30 a.m.
Sale He Santiago...... 9:30 a.m.
Sale de Chitr...... 11:00 a.m.
Llega a Pan tilla....... 12:00 m.
RESERVE Si PASAJE COIS TIEMPO
Telfono 3-1337 Aeropueno Paitilla
en Santiago llame a! Aeropuerto
en Chitr llame al Sr. Jorge E. Bcrbey
WASHINGTON. El Sena-
dor Joe O'Mahoney, quien
combate contra los monopo-
lios, est presionando al De-
partamento de Justicia para
ue Inicie una investigacin
contra el monopolio del papel
peridico.
"Si el precio del papel pe-
ridico sifu subiendo", ad-
virti O'Mahoney, "no pasa-
r mucho tiempo antes de
que los pequeos peridicos
tengan que suspender su pu-
blicacin .
El Senador tambin dijo al
Departamento de Justicia que:
1) Seis o siete productores
de papel peridico suplen
cuatro quintos de todo el pa-
pel peridico que se consume
en Estados Unidos, y stas son
compaas canadienses o sub-
sidiaria!! canadienses de fir-
mas norteamericanas. En U
Provincia de Ontario se ha a-
probado una ley que prohibe
a los tribunales norteameri-
canos examinar los libros de
las subsidiarias canadienses
de compaas norteamerica-
nas.
2) No se han abierto nue-
bas fbricas de papel peri-
dico en el Canad desde que
termin la segunda guerra
mundial, aun cuando las de-
mandas han aumentado.
S) El "cartel" del panel
oeridico ha creado un sis-
tema de precios uniformes
para Estados Unidos. (Hace
unos pocos das la "Crown Ze-
llerbach Corporation" subi el
nreclo del papel peridico en
dlex dlares por tonelada, al-
ea mando un nuevo nreclo de
11 dlares por tonelada, sin
consultar a la Oficina de Es-
tabulacin de Precios).
NotaEl Senador O'Mahoney
recomienda que los peridicos
ce unan nars promover la pro-
duccin de oapel peridico en
Estados Unidos.
REVOLUCIN EN COLOMBIA,
Desde que Laureano Gomes,
"hombre fuerte" del Partido
Conservador de Colombia, a-
sumi la Presidencia de ese
nais hace doce meses, una
mortal guerra civil sin decla-
rar se ha estado librando,
oculta nor una absoluta cen-
sura de prensa. Se calcula
que unas 240.908 nersonas han
perdido la vida hasta ahora.
V en luaar de mejorar, este
.....rUfllfffrrUft!"." es rV
eancfrrT convirtindose ms sal-
vaie da a dia. de acuerdo con
informes de un prominente li-
beral colombiano que huy a
este pas recientemente.
Gome? fue Juramentado co-
mo Presidente en agosto del
ao pasado, seis meses despus
de unas "elecciones" en las cua-
les l fue el nico candidato y
en la que menos del 45 por
ciento de la poblacin electoral
vot.
"Esos seis meses prepararon
el camino para todo lo que na
sucedido despus", declaro ti
refugiado colombiano. "A pe-
sar de toda la tensin eats-
tente entre nosotros y ios
conservadores, las cosas no se
hubieran puesto peor al el
Gobierno hubiera tenido un
solo gesto de conciliacin en
ese entonces. Por el contra-
rio, abiertamente se prepara-
ron para una guerra de eXter-
miniO. M ,..
"Sistemticamente, todos ios
policas de Colombia OfLF*:
fenecan al Partido Liberal
fueron destituidos y reempla-
zados por conservadores. En
el Ejrcito, todos los oficia-
les liberales fueron removidos
de sus puestos de responsa-
bilidad; cornele y genera-
les que no eran conservadores
se vieron obligados a aceptar
la jubilacin, sin importar su
edad o os de servicio".
Entonces, todas las fuerzas
armadas firmemente en su po-
der. Gmez procedi a eliminar
en masa a los liberales del
servicio civil.
"En poblaciones en donde
se haba electo autoridades
liberales", continu Informan-
do el ex-miembro del Gabine-
te, "nn nuevo esjuiPO.de fun-
cionarios oficiales se presen-
taba repentinamente, acom-
paados por un destacamen-
to de policas, y sacaban da
la oficina a los funcionarlos
liberales. Cualquier resisten-
cia era contestada con balas.
Y ya que casi todos estn
armados en Colombia, cuando
el tiroteo comentaba inmedia-
tamente se extenda".
ARMAS PARA LOS
CONSERVADORES
Un decreto del Gobierno or-
denaba que todas las personas
entregaran sos armas, pero los
conservadores consiguieron que
se les devolvieran las armas
Drew Pearson dice: Monopolio del papel peridico; revo-
lucin en Colombia.
desDus del registro.
"Los conservadores tuvieron
el error de cometer esta dis-
criminacin abiertamente, y
despus de la primera confis-
cacin, los liberales se que-
daron con sus armas", expli-
c el funcionario exilado. "El
Gobierno clasific a todas laa
personas que tenan armas
sin registrar como "bandidos"
y orden a la Polica Nacio-
nal que acabara con ellos.
De ese dia en adelante, se
desat una guerra civil en
gran escala".
Otro error cometido por los
conservadores fue el enviar un
gran nmero de jvenes oficia-
les liberales a puestos en la
gran regln del Este de Colom-
bia, la cual est poco poblada.
Cuando el conflicto se extendi,
la mayora de estos oficiales
desertaron, tomndose las ar-
mas y en la mayora de las
veces gran parte de la guar-
nicin, para formar bandas de
guerrillas a las que se unieron
refugiados que huan de la ma-
sacre en las reas occidentales.
"Es de suponer que nadie
puede publicar ni una sola
palabra sobre esto dentro de
Colombia", dijo nuestra fuen-
te de informacin, "excepto
cuando la accin es tan ex-
tensa y prolongada como ha
venido sucediendo ltimamen-
te que se hace pblica. En-
tonces el Ejrcito expide un
comunicado haciendo referen-
cia a "accin punitiva con-
tra pandilla de bandidos".
Dijo nuestra fuente que un
clculo imparcial, de acuerdo
con los peridicos, demuestra
que ms de 240,000 personas
han muerto en Colombia desde
que comenz la guerra pol-
tica.
Decreto Ley que reforma la
Ley Orgnica de la Caja del
Seguro Social firmado ayer
(Continuacin) i mlnlstracln de las lnversio-
Pargrafo. El Gerente ten- nes.
dr un sueldo nffnsual de B. | j) Presentar a la Asamblea
500.00. No podr ocupar otro | Nacional y a la Junta Dlrecti-
cargo remunerado de ninguna j va, a ms tardar el 31 de ene-
ndole ni gestionar ante la Ca- ro de cada ao, un informe so-
ja en asuntos particulares en ore las actividades del ao an-
que tenga Inters, alvo los re- lerior. -acompaado del respec-
latlvos a su calidad de asegu-
rado.
"Articulo 22El Gerente so-
lo podr ser removido por sen-
tencia judicial firme o, en caso
de Incapacidad manifiesta, por
resolucin ejecutiva.
Pargrafo. La remocin por
tlvo balance.
k) Presentar a la Junta Di-
rectiva el presupuesto anual de
rentas y gastos.
k) Presentar a la Junta Di-
rectiva el presupuesto anual de
rentas y gastos.
1) Las dems atribuciones y
Incapacidad solo podr efec- deberes que le seale la ley y
tuarse a solicitud de la Junta i los reglamentos de la Caja.
Directiva al rgano Ejecutivo, "Artculo 24El Consejo Tic-
hecha mediante resolucin ra-|nlco se compondr de los sl-
zonada y aprobada por mayo-
ra de votos. El rgano Ejecu-
tivo apreciar el mrito de la
solicitud y, en caso de acoger-
la, conceder al Gerente trmi-
no, si Juzga que hay mrito pa-
ra ello, podr suspenderlo en
ejercicio de sus funciones. El
rgano Ejecutivo dispondr de
quince das para resolver el
caso.
"Articulo 23Son atribucio-
nes y deberes del Gerente:
a) Asistir a las sesiones de
la Junta Directiva.
b) Ejecutar y hacer ejecutar
las resoluciones y acuerdos de
la Junta Directiva. Deber, sin
embargo, objetar por escrito y
dentro de los quince das si-
guientes a su aprobacin, las
resoluciones y acuerdos que con-
sidere contrarios a la Constitu-
cin, las leyes o los reglamen-
tos de la Caja o a los Intereses
de la misma. 81 la Junta Di-
rectiva insistiere en su deci-
sin, el Gerente le dar cum-
plimiento pero exento de res-
ponsabilidad.
c) Ordenar gastos no mayo-
res de B. 5,000.00 dentro de
las estipulaciones de los res-
pectivos presupuestos. i ticamente "en Tas" disposiciones
d) Vigilar el buen funciona- jeeaies uertlnentes.
miento de las dependencias de
la Caja, expedir las resolucio-
nes pertinentes y dictar las nor-
mas e instrucciones que con-
gulentes miembros:
El sub-Gerente, el Secretarlo
General y los Jefes de los De-
partamentos de Auditora, Jur-
dico. Actuarial y de Servicios
Mdicos. El Consejo Tcnico
podr requerir la colaboracin
de especialistas y profesionales.
"Articulo 24 a)El Consejo
Tcnico ser el rgano consul-
tivo y asesor de'la Caja y ten-
dr las siguientes funciones es-
pecificas:
a> Informar sobre todo pro-
yecto de reglamento y de sus
reformas, o formularlos a so-
licitud del Gerente o de la Jun-
ta Directiva.
b) Informar sobre los pla-
nes generales de Inversiones y
los provectos de los presupues-
tos anuales de Inversiones, de
gastos y de Ingresos y egresos.
c) Proponer la creacin o
supresin de sucursales, agen-
cias, departamentos y secciones
de la Caja de Seguro Social y
emitir concepto sobre cualquier
proyecto de esta ndole.
d) Proponer la contratacin
de especialistas.
e) Proponer las cotizaciones
y tarifas no sealadas especi-
Piri 61, pira esa piel tan deli-
cada, eit hecho el Talco Johnion
para nio. Alivia y
vita irritaciones y
salpullido. Propor-
ciona alegra y como-
didad ...| selo usted
tambin!
sldere convenientes en ejercicio
de sus facultades.
e) Nombrar, trasladar y re-
mover a los empleados, deter-
minar sus deberes e Imponerles
sanciones, conforme al regla-
mento de la carrera adminis-
trativa.
_., ft Conceder las vacaciones v
j \ autorizar licencias hasta por 30
das. ,
contratos
clon y construccin de vivien-
da propia, con o sin seguro de
desgravamen hipotecarlo, segn
las condiciones y limitaciones
que se fijen en un reglamento
especial.
d) Adquisicin de terrenos
con el fin de urbanizarlos y
venderlos por lotes a los tra-
bajadores asegurados para la
edificacin de vivienda propia;
y construccin de casas de vi-
vienda para su venta a los mis-
mos.- ,
La Caja de Seguro Social po-
dr realizar esta clase de ope-
raciones directamente o por In-
termedio de instituciones.espe-
ciales.
e) Ttulos de la deuda ex-
terna e Interna del Estado y
crditos directos a ste, basta
una suma equivalente al 20%
del total de las inversiones a-
nuales de la Caja.
f) Bonos y cdulas de enti-
dades autnomas y crditos a
las mismas garantizados con
primera hipoteca, hasta una
suma equivalente al 20% del
total anual de las Inversiones.
g) Participacin en empre-
sas y entidades particulares de
utilidad social con garanta de
primera hipoteca. La participa-
cin en una determinada em-
presa no podr exceder de una
suma equivalente al 25% del
capital pagado de sta ni el
conjunto de las Inversiones de
esta clase exceder del 15% del
total de Inversiones de la Caja
hl Prstamos personales con
garanta de pensin ya consti-
tuida de acuerdo con un regla-
mento especial.
II Prstamos de Incremento
Industrial a patronos y asegu-
rados Independientes con r\-
ranta hlpoteciarla conforme a
un reglamento especial.
"Artculo 34La Junta Direc-
tiva formular planes de- In-
versiones para perodos deter-
minados de tiempo, que con-
tendrn los lincamientos gene-
rales y las cifras porcentuales
para cada clase de inversiones.
Cada ao la Junta Directiva
expedir un presupuesto de In-
versiones ajustado al plan vi-
gente y a las disponibilidades
que pueden esperarse en el ao.
Articulo Cuarto: El articulo 38
de la ley 134 de 1943, quedara
as:
"Artculo 36Tendrn dere-
cho a solicitar la pensin por
enfermedad los asegurados que
estn pagando cuotas y tengan
por lo menos seis cotizaciones
mensuales en los doce meses
anteriores a la solicitud.
Este derecho a la pensin por
enfermedad se mantendr du-
asegurado no haya pagado cuo-
tas por suspensin del trabajo
Justificada.por razones mdicas.
De igual modo el asegurado que
haya suspendido el pago de
cuotas por cesanta, mantendr
este mismo derecho durante los
tres meses siguientes 'a su sa-
lida del empleo.
Articulo Quinto: Los acpi-
tes b) y c) del articulo 42 de
la ley 134 de IMS, quedarn
as:
"Articulo 42.
b) Hayan completado un n-
mero de treinta y seis cuotas
mensuales.
o Tengan acreditadas no
menos de diez y ocho cuotas
mensuales en los tres aos an-
teriores a la iniciacin de su
invalidez.
Artculo Sexto: El acpite b>
del Articulo 43 de la ley 134
de 1943. quedar asi:
"Articul 48. '
b) Que la Invalidez ya exis-
tiera antes de haberse cubier-
to treinta y seis cuotas men-
suales.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
g> Celebrar contratos con ^
profesionales y especialistas. Sin relacionadas con el sistema de
embargo, cuando la duracin de | prestaciones, de aportacin y
un contrato exceda de un ano. dl. aI11iacion y, en" general, de
lo someter previamente a la CUMti0ne relacionadas con el
aprobacin de la Junta Direc-
tiva.
hl Imponer sancione y mul-
tas a los patronos y asegura-
dos por el Incumplimiento de
Ja ley y los reglamentos.
i) Velar por la correcta ad-
iegales pertinentes.
f) Analizar los balances e
informes de contabilidad y los
informes estadsticos.
gi Estudiar y proponer las
medidas cuya necesidad se de-
rive de los balances y estudios
actuarlales.
h) Cumplir las dems tareas
ffiSTS Gerente^* ^WmO^TH -e
Pargrafo!- CoriSeJo Tcnl- n aquellos perodos en que el y
co basar su Informe en el co-
rrespondiente estudio actuarial,
cuando se tratare de cuestiones
10S rante los perodos en querja
10 PtlMIlO PARA
LASTIMADURAS
t IRRITACIONES:
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OY BROTHERS. INC
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SEGUNDA SESIN EXTRAORDINARIA
ECONMICO SOCIAL
DEL CONSEJO INTERAMERICANO
SECRETARIA GENERAL
A fin de escoger el personal necesario para la Secreta-
ria de la Segunda Sesin Extraordinaria del Consejo Inter-
amerleano Econmico y Social se recibirn en la Direccin
de Estadstica y Censo de la Contraloria General solicitudes
de empleo para los siguientes cargos:
1 Mecangrafa Jefe
4 Mecangrafas (Espaol)
2 Mecangrafas (Espaol-Ingles)
1 Mecangrafa (Espaol-Francs)
1 Mimeografista Jefe
2 Mimeografistaa
6 Mimeografistas Ayudantes
2 Archiveros
1 Oficial de Documentos
2 Traductores al Espaol
1 Traductores al Ingls
1 Traductor al Francs
1 Oficial de Transporte
Los Interesados debern presentarse personalmente en-
tre 7 A.M. y 1:3 P.M. y se les concede plaso hasta el 9 de
agosto para la presentacin de la solicitud correspondiente.
rgimen financiero del Seguro I
Social.
"Articulo 24 b> El Consejo.
Tcnico se reunir una vez al
mes por lo menos. Las reuni-
nes sern convocadas y presl-;
didas por el Gerente o, en su
defecto, por el sub-Gerente.
"Articulo 24 c>8e Instituye
la carrera administrativa de los
funcionarlos y empleados de la
Caja de 8eguro Social. Un re-
glamento especial establecer el
escalafn, los requisitos de ad-
misin a los cargos, la forma
de promociones y ascensos, las
garantas de estabilidad y cau-
sas de remocin, las sanciones
y el trnsito para el juzgamlen-
to de las infracciones y faltas.
Los sueldos se fijarn' en los I
Sresupuestos anuales con su-
ccin a las normas del esca-
lafn.
"Articulo 24. d)Los nom-
bramientos no podrn recaer en
tercer grado de consanguinidad
o segundo de afinidad respecto
del Gerente, el sub-Gerente y
los miembros de la Junta Di-
rectiva.
Articulo Tercero: El Titulo
Cuarto de la Ley .134 de 1943,
'quedar asi:
TITULO CUARTO
De las Inversiones
"Artculo 32La Inversin de
los fondos de la Caja de Se-
guro 8oclal deber hacerse en
las mejores condiciones de se-
guridad y rendimiento, dando
preferencia, en Igualdad de cir-
cunstancias, a las que garan-
ticen mayor utilidad social.
Las inversiones debern ser
tales que el rendimiento prome-
dial no sea Inferior a la tasa
de Inters que haya servido de
base a los clculos actuarlales.
"Artculo 33Los fondos de
la Caja solo podrn invertirse
en:
a> Bienes muebles e inmue-
bles para sus propios servicios
como edificios para oficinas,
hospitales y otros estableci-
mientos mdicos; equipos, ins-
talaciones mdicas, medicamen-
tos y materiales que sean ne-
cesarios para la eficiencia y
economa de los servicios.
b) Bienes races de renta.
c) Prstamos hipotecarios a
los asegurados para la adqulsl-
scheme
Resuelve Sus Problemas de Decorado
Panam, 11 de Julio de 1151.
Secretaria General.
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tiene en mientes hasta que vea la SELECT-A-SCHEME
de Pintura General. Este ingenioso seleccionador de co-
lores hace tan fcil escoger los colores apropiados, como
manejar el indicador de su telfono. Nada ms prcti-
co y nada ms seguro que esto.
Permtanos mostrarle adems los nuevos tonos de
PINTURA GENERAL: lo ltimo, los colores de moda
y ms elegantes para interiores .incluyendo los moder-
nos tonos acentuados.
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1



IUEYM. AGOSTO 1S1
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
FAGINA TRE1
HOMBRES INOLVIDABLES
DON JUSTO AROSEMENA
Por la Doctora Concha Pea
Linaje de Alcurnia
En tiempo de la Colonia, a-
rraif en tierra* de Panam
una familia de lina i e notable:
Loe Arosemena.
Eran de origen espaol y en
E*paa haban ocupado puestos
destacados en la vida social.
Al vincularse a la Comandan-
cia de Tierra Firme uno de sus
miembros, comienza la genealo-
ga autnticamente panamea.
El primer nombre en ate ar-
to!, cuyas ramas han de dar
sombra gloriosa al Istmo, nos
encontramos con don Pablo A-
rosemena. coronel de milicias,
que obstentaba en su amplio y
eneroso pecho la medalla ra-
los de los Caballeros de la
Orden de Carlos III.
Pablo Arosemena se casa muy
joven tiernamente enamorado
con una panamea de linaje es-
paol tambin, de alcurnia es-
clarecida, doa Martina de la
Barrera, cuyos antepasados ha-
ban contribuido a labrar la la-
ma de la Iberia inmortal.
De este matrimonio, nacen
hijos ilustres: Blas, Gaspar, E-
duardo, Pablo. Diego y Mariano.
Unos, como Blas. Pablo y Ma-
riano, llegan a ser proceres de la
primera Independencia del Ist-
mo, actores distinguidos de la
Reparacin de Espaa, v asi lo
reconoce un importante docu-
mento existente en el archivo
del general Santander.
El primer procer de la familia
Al unirse Panam voluntaria-
mente a Colombia, el ms sig-
nificado de los hios de don Pa-
blo Arosemena .el joven y va-
leroso don Mariano, oue haba
nacido el ao 1794, se le designa
para organizar las milicias de
"'imlar'os con el grado de Te-
niente Coronel. En su primers
iuventud se habia dedicado al
cor'ercio: aero era la poltica la
carrera verdadera de su atrac-
cin, y el oue marc un carcter
de rectitud, valenta v noble
distintivo de la familia.
En ms de una ocasin, y
Don Justo Arosemena
sol que alumbrara el firma- mana, el matrimonio "legal"
ment de la patria con sus ra-
ras cualidades de bondad, jus-
ticia inteligencia v virtud.
i
Tiroides y sabidura
En su infancia fue don Justo
tmido, retrado y pensador.
Hizo sus primeros estudios en
Panam. En Bogot se gradu
en leyes al cumplir los .19 aos,
coronando su carrera en la Uni-
versidad de Magdalena e Istmo
con el grado de Doctor antes de
los 22 aos.
Ansioso de saber y superarse
y para "dar luz a su espritu".
aunque ocupaba puestos impor- se traslad a Chile y en la U-
tantes en el gobierno, censur | niversldad de Santiago rivalid
la poltica del General espaol sus estudios para poder ejercer
Jos Sarda, "que queria gober-
nar al Istmo con mano dura''.
y a los gobernantes General
Espinal y Coronel Alzuru.
Su verbo era elocuente v su
capacidad jurdica grande. Ello
le vali ser nombrado Diputa-
do. Conseiero de Estado. Secre-
tarlo de Hacienda y Relaciones
Exteriores.
Cuando Panam -es reconoci-
da Estado Federal en febrero de
1855. Mariano Arosemena fue
prestdente del Cuerpo Jealsjativo
en la Asamblea Constituyente.
Es apasionado v vehemente.
Estas cualidades las hace valer
cuando llega la hora del amor.
Nuera y poderosas rama*
Pese a los obstculos que se
Interponen en su camino, Ma-
riano se casa con una noble
dama, doa Dolores Queda.
nulen fue slempfe compaera
incomoaraWe de su* luchas, a-
lentadora de sus triunfos, con-
so'^dcra de sus aflicciones.
El rbol familiar florece con
nuevas y poderosos brotes. Tres '
hijos nacen de esta alianza: \
Mariano oue ser hombre de
ciencia, escribe sobre la fle-
fcre amarilla: Blas, oue fue in-',
gen'ero v cooer en la nu'ca
de la mejor ruta Interocenica '
por los ca^'nos Hel Darln. -v ,
Justo, one 1'egi l mundo el P
de agosto de 1817 para ser el
la abogaca. En su examen pre-
sento la primera muestra de su
poderoso talento. La tesis oue
eligi era atrevida para los
tiempos que corran: "El Ma-
trimonio ante la Ley". En a-
quella poca era tema audaz, ya
que sol s reconoca como v-
lido el matrimonio cannico. La
cuestin, civil para nada con-
taba v en aquel media de su-
gestin catHcii^atiostlWa ro-
nlngn valor tena.
El doctor Justo Arosemena. el
dulce panameo de mirada in-
tensa y profunda, con su aspec-
to apocado, habl tan acertada
y sabiamente exponiendo sus
teoras locales, basndose en sus
profundos estudios de derecho
romano natural y civil con tan-
ta competencia, que sus maes-
tros, los que componan el cn-
clave examinador, quedaron
maravillados y uno de los Jura-
dos pronunci aquellas frases
que al crrer de los aos habian
de cobrar celebridad: "El doc-
tor Arosemena no viene a so-
meterse a un examen, sino a
ensearnos cosas /jue no sabe-
mos. Su tesis es la mejor que
conozco".
El amor, dulce amor
Como su padre, se cas por
amor, siendo todava joven. El
rbol de la familia tiene nue-
vas floraciones.
La elegida de su corazn es
como su madre, una dama dis-
tinguida, noble, inteligente, su-
mamente sensitiva y dulce. 8e
llama doa Francisca de la Ba-
rrera, y de ella tiene cuatro hi-
jos: Demetrio, Elisa, Favio e
Ins. Es a su modo feliz. La es-
posa le comprende, los hijos
son estudiosos, rectos v laborio-
sos, las nias virtuosas como la
madre, reflejo de la abuela, a-
qiiella imponderable matrona
doa Dolores Quesada.
Su prodigiosa carrera
En 1840 publica don Justo su
primera obra bsica: "Introduc-
cin a las Ciencias Morales y
Polticas".
Es un estudio serlo y profundo
lleno de erudicin y doctrina.
Con ella levanta el pedestal de
su futura gloria.
Una inquietud le embarga, la
de encontrar nuevos horizontes
para estudiar y superarse: y por
eso se hace nmada. Vive en
Lima, en Santiago, en Bogot, y.
audaz en medio de su sempiter-
na timidez busca sabidura y co-
nocimientos en los pases del
Norte.
Nueva York es su sede al ra-
yar el ao 1858.
Ya el dolor ha mordido fuer-
temente su corazn. La esposa
amada, la madre amantislma ha
muerto en 1850 Su desaparicin
ha llevado a su alma desola-
cin.
Es todava Joven, tiene 41 a-
os y se encuentra solo v des-
orientado. Para l la vida fami-
liar es necesaria. 8u castidad
y sus costumbres moderadas no
le nermlten saciar en brazos
mercenarios los latigazos con
que a veces azotan sus carnes.
Y otro amor, puro y noble
encuentra para refugiar sus
nostalgias.
El amor se trueca en dolor
Al casarse con doa Louise
Levlngstone, hija de un diplo-
mtico de fama, no sabe los
das de amargura que le aguar-
dan.
La esposa es bella, elegante,
graciosa y sumamente devota y
piadosa. stas cualidades agra-
dan a don Justo. De ella tiene
dos hijos. Nuevos crecimientos
en el gigantesco rbol de su no-
ble genealoga.
Doa Luisa, luego de criar
ella misma a sus hijos v hacer
feliz al esposo, se siente invadi-
da por una extraa inclina-
cin. Un fanatismo agudo
prende en su alma de creyente.
Todo es pecado, todo es poca
virtud, todo es contra los man-
datos del cielo.
Don Justo la ve palidecer, la
ve marchitarse, la ve refugiada
das enteros en su pequeo ora-
torio con los brazos en cruz,
besando el suelo, golpendose el
pecho de continuo, en actos de
dolorosa contricin. Afligido
por esta forma de comportarse,
la hace ver por doctores de fa-
ma. Louise est loca, su mlsan-
iropismo es un verdadero mal.
No tiene remedio, la neuraste-
nia aguda se ha apoderado de
ella con frrea mano. Este que-
branto familiar le abruma; pe-
ro reacciona un tanto y no le
Impide dedicarse al estudio,
"aunque sin serenidad".
Son los tiempos de su ac-
tuacin poltica sobresaliente.
La poltica es su refugio
El ao 1852 presenta el Con-
greso Granadino una obra pon-
derativa: "Sus Proyectos de
Cdigos". De todo el extenso
trabajo, slo prospera el de co-
mercio. Los otros Cdigos sern
despus obras de consuUa.
Ese mismo ao. sus mritos
notoriamente reconocidos le lle-
van a la Presidencia de la C-
mara colombiana. Un ao des-
pus, es elegido Senador. En
1855 ocupa la Jefatura del Esta-
do Federal de Panam y como
Senador firma la Constitucin
de 1883 que es tenida por mu-
chos como "el monumento de
gloria del liberalismo colombia-
no".
En la Convencin de Rlone-
gro, sus luces y su sabidura a-
lumbran la negrura de aquellos
das y cuando le toca d."r pose-
sin de la Presidencia al Gene-
ral Mosquera, pronuncia estas
significativas frases: "MI voz
es dbil, pero el puesto con oue
la Convencin Nacional me ha
honrado, casi me impone el de-
ber de conjuraros en nombre
de nuestra querida Patria, de
su libertad, de su soberana v de
sus leyes a que coronis vues-1
tra vida pblica dando ejemplo
de completa y absoluta sumi-
sin, a lo voluntad del pueblo,
expresada por medio de sus re-
presentantes".
Hacia 1870 vuelve don Justo
Arosemena a formar parte del,
Congreso colombiano v ocupar i
la Presidencia, tocndole dar |
posesin al General Eurtergio
Balear como Presidente de la
Repblica, pronunciando en tal
ocasin un discurso que marca-
ba su fe republicana y sus des-
velos por la causa del liberalis-
mo.
Anto todo, patriota
En todas sus intervenciones
polticas y sociales, el gran tri-
buno, el hombre del derecho y
la justicia no tiene mas que un
pensamiento fijo: abogar por
su patria a la que adora mas
que a sus hijos, ms que a nada
sobre la tierra, y en todo mo-
mento la causa de su pasin se
inclinaba a validar la situacin
excepcional de Panam llama-
da a ser centro del universo.
Puestos loa ojos en su adorado
Istmo, escribi sin cesar sobre
la tierra de sus mayores v en
todos >.'s escritos hay un latido
de Independencia que dejar
huella a la generacin que le
segua para fructificar en sobe-
rana realidad, la semilla de su
pensamiento.
En 1871 fue designado como
Ministro del gobierno para resi-
dir en Paris y Londres, elevn-
dole despus al rango de Envia-
do Extraordinario y Ministro
Plenipotenciario, cargos que o-
cup con distincin, habilidad
y prudencia.
Ms tarde, represent a su
pas en Washington y en Cara-
cas, llegando a llamrsele el
"Decano de los diplomticos co-
lombianos".
Y esta vida esplendorosa, lle-
na de trabajas v laboriosidad
termina en la ciudad de Coln
el 23 de febrero del ao 1896,
en media de una decorosa.po-
breza, al decir de sus bigrafos.
Sus despojos mortales fueron
cubiertos con la bandera co-
lombiana a la que habia dado
gloria y esplendor.
La obra Inmensa del Precursor
de la Libertad
Todava y an en nuestros
das no se ha podido compilar
toda la obra del ilustre patricio.
A pesar de haber tenido gran-
des bigrafos y comentaristas,
en peridicos europeos y ameri-
canos se halla regada gra.i
parte de su produccin. Discur-
sos, pensamientos, ensayos, to-
da una obra de poligrafa se
desconoce an.
Entre las que public o se pu-
blicaron de l y que no forman
todo su haber, encontramos
magnficos ejemplos de sabidu-
ra algunas de lar ms Impor-
tantes, son:
"Estado Federal de Panam",
publicado por el Boletn de la
Academia de la Historia de Pa-
nam: "Estudios Constituciona-
les sobre los Gobiernos de la
Amrica, Latina", editada por
primera/ vez en Gante el ao
1878; Principio* de Moral Po-
ltica": "Cdigo de Moral"; "Es-
tudios Sobre la Idea de una
Liga Americana": "The Institu-
tion of Marriage in the United
Kingdom", publicada en un pe-
ridico de Londres; "Apunta-
miento sobre la Introduccin a
las Ciencias Morales y Polti-
cas"; "El Matrimonio ante la
Ley"; "Proyecto de Constitucin
reformada de los Estados Uni-
dos de Colombia".
Sobre todas sus obras publi-
cadas y las que dej inditas
me emociona una de su juven-
tud, redactada en forma de ca-
tecismo laico, y titulada "Prin-
cipios de Moral Poltica". La
escribi cuando tenia 25 aos,
pero ella es la expresin ms
infinita de un alma que ansia
anteponer a todas las esperan-
zas, la del honor, la justicia '
la virtud cvica.
Obras inmensa inconmesura-
ble que por si sola bastfria' par i
formarse Juicio de aquel espri-
tu, fuerte, pederoao y noble qu s
es hoy orgullo de la patria.
INDUSTRIAS
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JUEVES, AGOSTO 151
Club de Padres de Familia obsequia
tiles a escuela de Ro Hato y El Chir
Una delegacin del Club "Panhato" hace entrega de tllea
colares a loe padres de familia de Ro Bate y El Chir, quie-
nes agradecieron el gesto de dicha agrupacin, ofrecindoles
tambin cooperacin.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
Gana licitacin
para suministrar
alambre A. Romero
La firma de Arlatldes Romero
fu la ganadora de 1* licitacin
llevada a cabo ayer en 1 Mi-
nisterio de Obras Pblicas pira
el suministro de alambre de
pas para el corredor de la ca-
rretera lnteramerlcana, al pre-
sentar las propuestas ms bajas.
La licitacin se llev a cabo
a las diez de la maana y pre-
sentaron propuestas la fhma
del Ingeniero Horacio Clare y la
del seor Arlstldes Romero de
Chlrlqul.
La licitacin fu adjudicad*
provisionalmente y consiste en
el suministro de 320 rollos de
alambre de pas de 430 mis. de
longitud.
Doi benefactores
d la comunidad son
agasajados en Pes
El Personal Docente de la
Escuela Mixta de Pes ofreci
un agasajo el dia SO del mes
pasado en la noche, al Reve-
rendo Padre, Daniel ngulo, y
benfica labor social que rea-
lizan en la comunidad. Si
al Dr. Jos Manuel Reverta y
familia, en reconocimiento a la
plausible el esfuerzo qua el Dr.
Reverte, persona de verdadero
espritu profesional y conscien-
te de su deber, asta desplegando
en nuestro pueblo, especial-
mente en el campesinado, a
quien sirve desinteresadamente
y lucha con energa por su me-
joramiento de vida.
El Personal Docente espera
que el pueblo de Pes acoja
eon calor y entusiasmo las ac-
tividades aue dichas personas
vienen realizando para llevar
avante nuestra comunidad.
Empresa calense har prstamos
a los agricultores del interior
HORIZONTALES:
1Fuente para sopa.
7Emplalos.
13Madera preciosa. Pl.
14Ciudad de Asia antigua.
15Letra griega.
16Jubilada.
l& Prefijo inseparable.
IBLetra castellana.
21Nmbrete.
22Dios de los mahometanos.
23-Noveno.
25Exclamacin.
2Imperativo de amar.
27LO que constituye 1*
. naturaleza de una cosa.
88Nombre de mes.
30Del verbo mirar.
81Regln fabulosa de la
antigedad.
82Natural del tica.
34Que padece de anemia.
37Del verbo rugir.
38Antiguo, Abv.
39Animales domsticos.
40Escuela Liberal Obrera, Inlc.
41Caminos, direcciones.
43Propletarln.
. 44Interjeccin.
45Relativo a los astros.
47Prefijo Inseparable.
46De ondular.
60Que tiene carcter de
intimidad.
2Mentiroso.
83Escuchars.
VERTICALES:
1Del verbo serenar.
2Pesos de la antigua Grecia.
3Repetido, ser querido.
4Letra castellana.
8 Capital europea.
-Higiene.
7-Junio.
8Situado.
9Nombre de mujer.
10Medida china de longitud.
11Hacer valos.
12Cuerpo legislativo.
17Del verbo roer.
20Contrincante, que no es
amigo.
22Continente.
26Disposicin para hacer algo.
28Confederacin Regional
Obrera, Inlc.
29 Letra castellana.
31Lago de la Amrica del
Norte.
32Para guardar motas, Inv.
33Ciudad de los Estados
Unidos.
34Animal parecido al ciervo.
35Pamema, embuste.
38 Audaces, atrevidos.
38Que tiene audacia.
41Abono de aves de corral.
42Sanie, menos e.
45Punto cardinal.
48Liga Tradicional Romana,
Inlc.
49Don, Abv.
51Dos, en nmeros romanos.
Hdl.lt ION DE AYER
Ganado colombiano
se halla en lista
negra en los E. U.
SAN JUAN, P. R. Agosto 8
(UP) Loa proyectos para la
importacin de carne de Co-
lombia quedaron paralizados a-
yer tarde al anunciar el Depar-
tamento de Agricultura de Es-
tados Unidas que el ganado co-
lombiano se halla en la Usta
negra desde Enero debido a lR
fiebre aftosa.
Fuentes del Ooblerno de Puer-
to Rico Informaron previa.ti-
le que habran discutido la po-
sibilidad de importar carne de
ganado bovino colombiano "en
gran escala" con los represen-
tantes ganaderos colombianos
quienes slo fueron Identifica-
dos como de Barranqullla-
piPiBn Finn
nannnHri iionnn
Fifriri nniFinn nmn
T
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Plan de economas
proyecta la lnea
naviera del Canal
NUIVA YORK, agosto 8. (UP)
Se ha sabido que la "Pana-
mi Line" est considerando ha-
cer escalas en los puertos de
Norfolk Baltimore y Flladelfla
para aminorar los gastos que o-
cailona el actual servicio direc-
to a Nueva York. Esta linea,
propiedad del Ooblerno de Es-
tados Unidos, opera tres baror
semanalmente desde el Canal
de Panam a Nueva York.
Los funcionarios de dicha li-
nea dijeron que no se tomar
ninguna accin hasta tanto no
se agoten todos los estudios.
Los estudios tambin Incluyen
la posibilidad de establecer un
servicio a los puertos del gollo
\ y la costa ocicdental, lo que ha
i sido considerado por'los circu-
ios navieros como una compe-
tencia desleal de parte del Go-
bierno de Estados Unidos con-
tra. las .cornpafllas privadas
Desde SardlnHIa
se quejan de que
no tienen maestro
Seor Ministro de Educacin.
Seor: con estas lineas quis e-
ra recordarle que la Colonia A-
gricola de SardlnHIa envi un
memorial a ese Ministerio de I-
ducacln con el fin de qua se
noa nombrara una maestra, pa-
ro no hemos sabido hasta aqu
cual ha sido la causa para no
.Kiberla nombrado.
Hemos estado esperando y no
hemos visto realizar nuestros
deseos. Hay nios que por no
haber escuela en este lugar se
han quedado1 sin recibir clases.
Nosotros creemos que ya ha ha-
bido tiempo suficiente para ha-
ber establecido una escuela a-
qui porque desde el mes de
marzo fu que se llev ese Me-
morial y para esta techa es
tiempo que nosotros logremos
esta felicidad y ventajas de la
enseanzas educativas.
Seor Ministro nosotros que
tanto nos hemos empeado en
construir el hogar escolar d
cooperar hasta donde nuestras
tuertas alcancen para que no se
nos niegue ese privilegio y tene-
mos la esperanza que nuestra
justa peticin sea atendida.
Nos suscribimos de Usted A-
tontamente an ms
Saciedad Agrcola de .ardinllla
Campaa sanitaria
realiza organismo
europeo en Ecuador
NUVA YORK, Agosto 8 (UP)
Emprendieron el regreso a
Coppenhagu cinco mdicos y
enfermeras escandinavos des-
pus de realizar en el Eduador,
con la ayuda de otros comya-
triotas, la vacunacin antitu-
berculosa Infantil en masa que
abarc ms de 850,000 nios y
Jvenes ecuatorianos-
Esa campaa sanitaria qu ha
sido la primera en su gnero en
un pas americano fu realiza:*
por el Gobierno del Ecuador ton
la ayuda del Fondo Internatio-
nal de Socorro d las Naciores
Unidas y la Crua Roja Escandi-
nava.
Esos mdicos y enfermeras,
junto con otros miembros del
personal cientifico de la FTNISU
y mdicos y enfermeras ecuato-
rianos a quienes ensearon la
tcnica de la vacunacin reco-
rrieron el pala entero llegaiuo
hasta las ms remotas aldeas In-
dgenas. La vacuna fu suminis-
trada por el laboratorio de la
Ciudad de Mxico que tambi'n
recibi ayuda de laFINISU para
mejorar sus Instalaciones.
El aspecto alentador de la
campaa fu la comprobacin
mediantes repetidas pruebas ele
eficacia de la vacuna BCG.
Entretanto, la FINISU est a-
yudando al Ecuador a construir
sus propias instalaciones para
elaborar sa vacuna, ya que el
Gobierno del Ecuador dar ca-
rcter permanente a la vacuna-
cin de los nios.
Reflexiones
"LA VUELTA AL CAMPO"
Per BFRA1N ALVAREZ
Nt es Urea fcil ensegulr la vacila al campe de les elemen-
tos cae vinieran del Interior hacia las ciudades canaleras. Hay
Sue averiguar, en primer trmino, el motiva que orle In este xe-
o. Estudiosos a la materia, aseguran cue estes elementes eml-
ararea perqu durante las das de la guerra el trabajo era me-
Jr remunerase ac cae en el Interior y aae, por lo Unto, el ma-
yor poder adquisitivo lea permita mejor "standard" de vida.
Aunque es cierto que al suspenderte los trabajos de emergencia
en la Zona del Canal, mucho* de estos hombrea retornaron pau-
latinamente al campo, tambin es verdad, que el grueso de ellos
se ha quedado ac, con muy.pocas ganas do volver. Del grupa
que regros, algunos oS dedicaron a las faenas agrcolas, recons-
truyendo las parcelas desmejoradas parcialmente durante loo
das o ausencia. Otros en cambie, Igual que los aue se queda-
ron, ms Inteligentes, aprendieron el principio aquel de que pos
da vara que vivan felices los animales y las plantas, por qu no
ha de proporcionar al Hombre, su criatura predilecta, na vida
reralsda? y con semejante concepcin mstica el derecho de ser
humano, este grupo se dedic a vivir come lee peces, lee polti-
cos y loe vagos, es decir, comindose lee grandes a los chicas.
Estos hombres se hacen todos los das un buen nmero de
element les interrogaciones. Se pnraifn Mr ejemplo:Come
es podle que para cobrar y distribuir B/ 88,488,888.88 se Saetea
B/ lJIT.ltl.Oit Come es posible que para gobernarnos, no sien-
do nosotroe muy pendencieros, aunque tengamos sangro espafle-
la, so gasten B/ t,s4s,4S4.S6T Cmo es posible aue tan' ftar-
ns a leer y escribir lo esencial, se gasten B/ S,2S8,fSM8f Cmo
c; posible que tara fomentar la prodcele* en todo el tais, para
Agricultura, Comercie o Industrias para tojas estas actividades
de produccin se gaste solamente B/ 1,118,888? Estas cifras son
lo necesariamente elocuentes para demostrarnos que hay mucha
genU que como e lo que unos poces prodacon contra viento y
marea, bajo un sol calcinante o torrenciales aguaceros, metidos
basta l ombligo en les tremedales Interioranos. Es ms tanta-
ora la Vida aqu. Made SO ha hecho del Insulto y del irrespeto-
una profesin e un recurso pura eensegulr renombre, donde el
ejemplo pene de* manifiesto que cualquiera puede empinarse f-
cilmente con un ramo d lisonjas y sometimientos basto alcanzar
una Jugosa prebenda. Si esta gente viera en los renglones efe-
tutuesurles una partida tan Agricultura de B/ M0MM. se Irte
al cama, slst tener tiempo para despedirse. Ellos saben que esto
se puede conseguir y que slo se necesito estar "Ubre de temor
para atrObar un presupuesto cientfico y balancead o tara no
probarla si no llena eses requisitos indispensables,
Se pide explicaciones al
Ministr Bermdez sobre
problemas de los maestros
El plan tiene como base el
sistema de prstamos que
Don F. Healy Jr. propuso
COLON, Agosto 8 (AM) La
Compaa Ballesteros y VY^ng
Ltda. de esta ciudad, emprc-a
netamente1 panamea en vista
de las necesidades por laa oca-
les atraviesan los agricultores
del Lago Gatn para llevai a
cabo la cosecha del arros en es-
la regln ha decidido poner en
prctica el plan de prstamos
por medio del cual los agriculto-
res podrn asegurar el xito de
su cosecha.
11 plan que tiene como bas
el sistema de prstamos, presen-
tado por el seor Heaey del
Chase National Bank, en su
conferencia al club de Leones
on el mes pasado se ha emp*-
zado a poner en prctica y son
vario* los agricultores que po-
drn asegurar el xito de Sus
cosechas debido a la ayuda l-
clblda.
De acuerdo con informaciones
recibidas la compaa al soli-
citrsele un prstamos envia un
perito para que luego de ur.
revisin d los plantos rinda
un informe a base del cual r
concedido el prstamo.
Este prstamo se le har al a-
gricultor exigiendo como garan-
ta una parte de la cosecha e-
quivalnte al valor del prsta-
me. Se l da adems la garan-
ta ds que al cancelar la deuda
si el valor del grano ha subido
se le hace una devolucin sobre
el excedente que arroja el valor
del grano comprometido sobre
el total de la deuda.
Es decir, un agricultor que
comprometa por un prstamo
de B. 200.00 18 cantidad de 0
qq. al precio to B. 4.00 por qq.
si al momento d cancelar la
deuda el valor por qq del gra-
no ha subido B. 5800 lo Ser
devuelto el excedente de B. 30.00
'Segn el contrato el agricul-
tor se compromete adems a
vender el total completo de u
produccin.
SE RENE HOY EL
CLUB INTERIORANO
Se rene esta noche a las 7.30
SjTi. el Club interiorano en l
scuela de Nicols Pacheco. A
esta reunin asistirn todas las)
sociedades miembro de la Con-
federacin de Sociedades Inte-
rioranas y delegados de distin-
tos pusblos. Contina en sta
forma la organizacin del Club
que dirige el 8r. Segundo I.
Quirtero. Interiorarlo no dejes
de asistir,
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores orooramas
Por qu sufrir
picazn?
ruando tanga irritaran da la
plil y la picazn consiSulante. apll-
quaa* SI unHento Koiana qua aa
calmanta y rafraacant. Loa mlllaraa
da parsona qao lo hoS >iaao con-
viti.n an qu no hay nada mflor
que ase uaoianto altatnanta sniliep-
tlco para producir Inmediato alivia
da la picazn pas alimlna toda
a'ccln local r javula Su norma-
ldad s la pial. Tngaaa alampra an
la oaaa pa* M Igualrjienta draa
para, barros, erupclonaa, qua madu-
ras, pisadas da Inaesto* y otras Irri-
taciones ds la pll. BSI da tomo
tn laa uriBcipalas araaslSS,
Hemos recibido copla del si-
guiente memorial:
Las Tabla. Junio de 1951
Seor Ministro d Educacin
Panam.
Seor Ministro;
Los suscritos padres de la-
milla de las comunidades de La
Laja. El Sesteadero, El Car*.te
El Montero, perales. Los Ange-
les, Gurar Arriba, El Hato,
Llano Abajo, Las Trancas y El
Gallo ds la Provincia Ssoo'.r.r
de Los Santos cansados, co.no
estamos de sufrir las consecuen-
cias de que el gobierno haga
los nombramientos de masuos
a ltima hora o de que no os
haga (en caso de gravlde, por
ejemplo* haciendo fracasar a
grados enteros, respetuosamen-
te nos dirigimos al seor Minis-
tro para elevarle una consulta
y hacerle una solicitud:
Con qu propsito se le pide a
las maestras grvidas seor Mi-
nistre, que soliciten la Ucencia
para separarse un mes antes de
ia fecha en que deben separar-
se, segn la ley?
Nosotros nos Imaginamos que
esto de que la solicitud se ha-
ga con un mes de anticipacin
ser para nombrar a tiempo l
reemplaao a fin ds que los ni-
os y los padres de familia nc
resultemos perjudicados- Pero
por la prctica que observamos,
por esa demora exagerada en
llenar las vacantes o reempia-
tar a las maestras grvidas, no
alcanzamos a comprender cul
s el propsito con que se pide
con ese mes de anticipacin la
solicitud de separacin a las
maestras.
Al mismo tiempo que l hace-
mos l consulta y que protesta-*
mos por la demora qie podra
confundirse con Indiferencia, l
pedimos respeiuosamente pir
e.-te medio que tome las meui-
das del caso, para remediar la
irregularidad. A nuestro juicio.
no hay razn alguna para que
cada vez que una maestra gr-
vida se separa, pierden los i-
lumnos uno, dos, tres meses y
hasta el ao como ha sucedido
en Perales, Guarar Arriba, Lla-
no Abajo, Flor Amarilla, Maca-
rcas. Las Cruces y tantas otras
que no mencionamos por no a-
lardar.
Confiamos, seor Ministro, t
que usted que est "noy a la c-
tese del ms Importante Minis-
terio, y en quien loa padrea de
familia tenemos cifradas lus
las ms caras esperanzas, sabr
corresponder a nuestra solici-
tud que redundar no slo en
beneficio de nosotros, sino de
toda la repblica.
De usted atentamente,
(Hay muchas firmas)
Todo queda realmente inapto
cuando te lava con Pinto. Su rica
y activa espuma hace desaparecer
! Suciedad, dejando Is ropo
blanca de mayor blancura y la ropa
de color de coiufOa ms vivos.
Para un mejor lavado y ms fcil,
emplese ncmpre Rinso. Lo
mefor pare un levado rusaales
y tus.
RINSO para
todo su /arado
* 241/1
Par
o /ecos
rpiio dt
le platos
UhI tero
4tlr
ECONMICOS
VWeu t/e Excurti*
Amuma
BANCO AGROPECUARIO E INDUSTRIAL
AVISO
Se notifica a loa interesados en la licitacin quo
so ha do llevar a oabo eJ dlsr 11 de los corrientes para
el suministro de 10,000 quintales de arrox, que adems
do les tipoa di oso grano indicadoa en el pliego respec-
tivo ae aceptarn otros tipos no especificados, siempre
quo el interesado suministre por lo monoo cinco libras
do muestra. En estos casos la Junta Directiva examina-
r las muestras, reservndose el derecho de desechar
laa propuoatas relativas a tipos de arroz que no con-
sidero aceptables 0 su juicio.
No necesitarn auminiatrar muestras loa propo-
nents* quo ofrezcan arrox de alguno de los tipos indi-
cados on ol pliego do cargos.
0
Panam, Agosto do 1951.
W^f CUANDO L SOL QUEMA
SOLO I 117,
VIAJE REDONDO,
TiltFAl IE EXOURIIOH
nicamente Pon Amer-
ican le ofrece l oportunidad
le visitar Los Angeles, a este
bajsimo precio ceffwmscW de
excursion, en vigor hasta Sep-
tiembre 30. con limite de 30
da en el tremo Mxico Lee
Angeles y de 60 tai para com-
pletar el viaj entera.
El Vuelo ms Rey*
For PA A usted vuela a Los
Angeles a, n un icio da,
aprovechando l lujoso servi-
cio en DC-6. ski esceles, des-
de la Ciudad de Mxico.
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JUEVES, AGOSTO 9, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDETENDIENTl
PAGINA CINCO
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
[Redaccin Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono 3-1159 HORAS: l:M 1I:M a.m. Apartado 134
Triunf Charpentier anoche en el Nacional
bienvenida al seor Jalma de la
uardia Jr.. quien lleg hoy de
Medellin, Colombia, en donrtf
larticlp en el Torneo Abierto
je Golf del Club Campestre de
3sta ciudad.
Grata estada le deseamos al
;eor Donald C. Orefe y sef.o-
ra Orace Bennett de rete,
Juienes procedentes de Buenos
ires, Argentina, llegan hoy a
Panam con el fin de pasar ti-
na semana visitando a sus i-
mlstades. El seor Grefe ha !-
oo nombrado Gerente de la
Brannlff Airways en Buenos
Aires.
El joven flautista nacional. Eduardo Charpentier, junto con sus acompaantas, loa profesores
Alfredo de Saint Malo en el violin y Hans Janowitz al plano, agradecen al pblico los nutri-
dos aplausos con que recibi la genial interpretacin de '.'Dea Preludes" de Jatques Ibert du-
rante el recital ofrecido anoche en el Teatro Nacional. La primera presentacin de Charpen-
tier a su regreso de Estado Unidos v Europa lu un xito completo, siendo ovacionado deli-
antemente por el selecto pblico en sus genia les interpretaciones. El joven Charpentier fu
acompaado, en la interpretacin de las varias obras que ofreci anoche, por su padre el Prof.
Eduardo E. Charpentier, y log profesores Alfredo de Saint Malo, Alexander Feinland, Eliza-
beth Felnland, Teodoro Tlreltt y. Hans Janowltz. Deseamos a Charpentier que siga conquistan-
do muchos merecidos aplausos.
Recepcin
8. E. el Embajador del Ecua-
dor, seor Sixto Duran Balicn.
ofrecer maana viernes 10 de
agosto de 7:00 p.m. a 9:00 p.m.
en los salones del Club Unkn,
una elegante Recepcin en con-
memoracin del Aniversario de
la Proclamacin de la Inde-
pendencia del Ecuador- A' eta
recepcin han sido Invitados wa
Altos Funcionarios de nuestro
j Gobierno, de la Zona del Cu-
I nal. el Honorable Cuerpo Dl-
B plomtlco y Consular, y dlsin-
. guldas personalidades de nues-
tro mundo social.
Banquet*
En el Saln Bella Vista del
Hotel Si Panam tuvo lugar a-
1 noche el Banquete mensual del
. Honorable Cuerpo Diplomtico
acreditado ante nuestro Op-
blerno.
Recepcin en el Jardn Balboa
8. E. el Embajador del Ecua-
dor, seor Sixto Duran Bailen,
recibir a la Colonia Ecuato.la-
na en una recepcin que ofre-
cer maana viernes 10 de A-
gosto de 12:00 p.nv a 1:00 p.m.
en el Jardn Balboa, para con-
memorar el Aniversario de la
Proclamacin de la Indepen-
dencia del Ecuador. Para esta
recepcin no han circulado In-
vitaciones personales.
Almuerzo en el Club Unin
Para despedir a la seora E-
vangellna B. de Morales quien
sigue prximamente para el ex-
terior, un grupo de sus amula-
dea la agasaj hoy con un es-
plndido almuerzo que tuvo lu-
gar en el Club Unin.
delicioso
vigorizante
HERSHEY
Un Chocolate
sin rival
para el
desayuno!
Almuerzo y Juego de Cartas
La seora Carmen Diaz de de
la Guardia fu agasajada el
martes con un almuerzo y jue-
go de cartas con motivo c su
prximo viaje a Nueva York. A
este agasajo asisti un grupo de
sus amistades
Fiesta de Confraternidad Pana-
meo-Basllea
Hoy jueves a las 9:30 en el
lujoso Baln Bella Vista del Ho-
tel El Panam, tendr lugar la
gran noche de confratenlndad
panameo-brasilea ofrecida por"
el Profesor A. Bramont y se-
ora Zella Faria de Bramont,
destacados concertistas brasile-
os. A este acto Van sido lnvica
dos de honor 8. 8. el Encayga-
tio de Negocios del Brasil, docior
Oswaldo Barreto e Silva y se-
ora Hanna de Barreto e Silva.
T y Juego de Cartas
La seora Celia D. de Caia-
rn ofreci esta tarde en su re-
sidencia un t y juego de car-
tas a un grupo de sus amista-
des que concurrieron a felicitar-
la con motivo de su cumplea-
os-
De Sur Amrica
Nos anticipamos en darle la
Presentamos nuestro cordial
saludo de bienvenida al seor
John T. Fogarty, quien ha. re-
gresado de su viaje de negocios
por Sur Amrica-
Del Club Interamerlcano de
Mujeres
El Comit de Educacin dei
Club Interamerlcano de Muje-
res recuerda a sus sodas T'e
maana viernes de 10:00 a.m. a
11:00 a.m. se darn las clns^t
de Tejidos y de Tembleques. Es-
tas clases estarn a cargo de
las seoras Urania Brld de A-
raz y Natalia Linares de Til-
vera. Para mayor Informacin
st puede llamar a los telfonos
del Club, Panam 2-0818, Bal-
boa 3465, o a la Presidente rttl
Comit de Educacin, seora
Abble de Linares al telfono
3-0443.
Advenimiento
Nuestras felicitaciones para el
Ingeniero Rene Crespo y seora
Yolanda Diaz de Crespo, por el
fells advenimiento de una pri-
morosa nllta. ocurrido ayer en
la Clnica San Fernando-
Enferma
Pronto restablecimiento le Ge-
stamos a la seora Julieta P.
de Chandeck, quien se encuen-
tra recluida en la Clnica San
Fernando.
Restablecida
Anotamos complacidos la ra-
joria de la seora Gloria Fran-
co de Soto, quien durante varios
das guard cama en su ie*l-
dencla.
Feria en la Iglesia de Cristo Rey
Siguen los preparativos para
la Feria de Cristo Rey a bene-
ficio del Santuario Nacional del
Corazn de Mara, que se lleva-
r a cabo desde las siete d* la
noche del prximo viernes, s-
bado y domingo. La primera no-
che ser la "Noche de Aficio-
nados" y entre los puntos prli.-
cipales del programa que se ha
pieparado figura un Desfilo de
Mamarrachos en el cual toma-
rn partea distinguidas seo-
ritas y jvenes de nuestra sj-
cledad. El sbado en la notYie
se ha denominado "La Vida en
Cine" y la ltima noche ser
"Una Noche Espaola en Pa-
nam"- Loa miembros de la Co-
1 o n 1 a Espaola residentes en
Panam,-han organizado varia-
dos nmeros, entre estos, un des
tacado grupo de bailarinas y
cantantes. Adems las comidas
desde la primera noche sern a-
bandantisimas.
La Escuela de Medicina debe desempear un
papel decisivo en la salud de nuestro Pas
Solemnemente ser
inaugurada hoy esta
facultad en la Univ.
Hoy 9 da agosto se inaugura
oficialmente la Escuela de Me-
dicina de la Universidad de Pa-
nam con un significativo acto
?ue tendr lugar en el Paranln-
d de nuestro mayor centro de
estudios.
Diversos actos se llevarn a
cabo en la Universidad en este
da, con el cual se honrar la
memoria del ilustre patriarca
Justo Arosemena. Se descubrir
el busto'del ex-Presldente ecua-
toriano Coln Eloy Alfaro, do-
nado por la Fundacin Inter-
nacional que lleva su nombre y
la estatua "Hacia la Luz", obra
del escultor italiano Vanettl,
que ha sido donada a la Uni-
versidad por el Rector doctor
Octavio Mndez Perelra.
L Eseuela de Medicina
El acto de mayor trascenden-
cia que se efectuar esta tarde,
sin lugar a dudas, ser la Inau-
guracin de la Escuela de Me-
dicina.
La creacin de esta Institu-
cin en Panam tiene su his-
Sr. Ramn Gonzlez Revllls
nia Rita Irene Ozores Ty-
paldos
nia Emma Ramona Thayer
Fbrega
nio F e r n a ndo Vallaran
Lpez
8ra. Rebeca Etllvla Quintero
or Burgos
Aura del Carmen Ramrez
Cumpleaos e maana
Srs. Gloria Carbone de de la
Ouardla
Sra. Luz Margarita Morales de
mueca
Doctor Alberto Navarro
seor Temistocles Diaz Q.
seor Fernando Eleta
Srta- Ida Oraclela Tart
nio Nicanor Arturo de O'oa-
rrlo Diaz
nio John Allan Bennett
Novey
nio Mark McOrath Xorcno
nia Gabriela Victoria Maher
Barrios
..Aniversario de matrimonio
Celebran hoy el cuarto ani-
versario de su matrimonio ei se-
or Victor A. Dvlla y seora A-
licla Garca de Dvlla. Los fc^
licitamos. t
Presentamos aqui varias vistas de la labor que te desarrolla en la Escuela de Medicina, la
primer plano los 21 estudiantes panameos, tres norteamericanos y don costarricenses escu-
chan atentos la leccin de Anatoma en el Anfiteatro, dictada por el Dr, Manuel Moreno. En
la otra vista los estudiantes observan bajo el microscopio tratando de descifrar loo misterios
de la vida, en el curso de Histologa que dirige el catedrtico espaol Dr. Juan Miguel Herrera.
Los estudios tericos de Anatoma son detallados con mayor profundidad en las clases prcti-
cas que se ejecutan en la sala de diseccin en donde los alumnos aprenden el uso de los diver-
sos Instrumentos de ciruga v la Organizacin anatmica del cuerpo humane.
M *
** *l iftftt.ffl lei.Tdil
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Celia Diaz de Caldern
SALON DE BELLEZA REX
anuncia con placer a su distinguida
clientela a su nuevo peluquero
T O N I
de fama mundial
especializado en
PERMANENTES PEINADOS
TINTES
PIDA SU CITA TEL. 2-SMC
SALON DE BELLEZA REX
Avenida 4 de Julio No.
SEMANA DE PRODUCTOS
SIMMONS
DE DESCUENTO
Ofrecemos en
todos los productos
de esta acreditada
marca.
Suscrbase
a nuestro
Club
,**IBiEKIfl
AVf.CENTRALvCALLE 27 E.1TELS..2-t830
y 2-1633
Gran surtido de
(cristalera C/f
c/rancesa
TNI MMT CITIIL Mttl
Todo el surtido de venta en Juegos completos
y en plesas sueltas.
Pu.-de Ir haciendo su juego poco a poco
'MAMM Vara Regalo,
f AVE. TIVOI
TIVOL1 No. 1*
Religiosa*
Solemnsima Fiesta de la Asun-
cin de la Santsima Virgen a
los Cielos
(La primera celebrada des-
pus de la definicin dogmati-
cs Organizada por las Hijas d
Mara de San Francisco (ca-
pital).
El Domingo 12 a las 7 de la
maana;
Comunin General Extraor-
dinaria
El Sbado 11 a las 5 do la
tarde: Entrega de medallas &
Us nuevas Hijas de Mara: los
nios ofrecern sus flores a la
Virgen-
Triduo el lunes, martes y mir-
coles 1J, 14 y 15 a las 6:16 de la
Urde.
El Mircoles, Fiesta de la A-
suncldh, terminar el Triduo
con la Salve Popular.
Para New Orleans
Ayer sall por la va area
ara New Orleans, la seora Li-
lle de Sosa a quien despedimos
loria. Desde hace mucho tiem-
po se haba venido agitando en
este sentido el doctor Octavio
Mndez Perelra para conseguir
que en nuestro pals se creara
una facultad de Medicina y la
Repblica tuviera mdicos su-
ficientes para solucionar los
problemas sanitarios. Sus des-
velos fueron primeramente in-
fructuosos, pero a pesar de ello: Ayayay! Nuevas noticias tie-: to Tun Tn, como todo lo sabe,
mantuvo latente la idea. Hace ne parR ei "Reinado de las Ca- sabe quien ser. Ayayay! Y c-
varlos aos un grupo de tu- sadag.. el Qiabllto. Tun. Tun. I mo va a divertirse tambin el
dlantes del curso de pre-Me-1 g^,,, dog iag orquestas, que dlabllto Tun Tun en el "Paral-
amenizarn el festival. Ayayay
ya el dlabllto Tun Tun se pre-
para a bailar la primera ple/a
con Su Majestad Marltza I.
Reina del Carnaallto. mientras
diclna y de otras facultades
fundaron una Asociacin pro-
Escuela-.de Medicina. Y ut es-
fuerzos sumados a los* I ras
autoridades administran-
ron cl'rt^^elS-'elSS.: "** *"? I -muchachos
al aprobarseV construccin de alegran hasta a la alegra. Aya-
yayay! Ya el dlabllto Tun Tun
se prepara a bailar otra pieza
mientras tattatatatarea alegre-
mente la orquesta (Ulloa) con
la Reina.
De las Casadas que el diabll-
un edificio de dicha facultad.
Esta Facultad de Medicina es-
t llamada a desempear uno
de los paoele ma Importantes
en la solucin de los proble-
mas de la salud, principalmen-
te en nuestro Interior. Su crea-
cin ser de positivos beneficios amrnt instalados lo cual in- de Whiskey que se
S& AfiS-i 2Lfl.0i olca^l^rado'dfadeVnto'qe ."
en materia experimental
llegado en nuestra Universidad.
Luuaiue todo el da de hoy
todas las personas que asistan
n la Universidad, podrn visl-
selpan a ejercer el sublime a-
postolado He la Medicina los
{trmeros galenos graduados en
a universidad de Panam.
Otros actos de hoy
Adems de los actos menclo-jtar los edificios del Campus U-
nados arriba, sern abiertos al
Dbllco en general los Labora-
torios de Resistencia de Mate-
riales y de Carreteras, moder-
Ca. El guila Imperial
Lamenta profundamente el fallecimiento
de tu asegurada la nia
Glaribel de Len Martnez
<. e. i.)
vecina que ora ie la Calle IS Rio Abalo
y hace llegar a sus padres su expresin
4* condolencia.
SBSSSS
nlversltario as como los labo-
ratorios en donde se harn di-
versas demostraciones cientfi-
cas.
Programa de la Inauguracin
de la Eseuela de Medicina
1Apertura del acto por el Rec-
tor de la Universidad, doctor
Octavio Mndez Perelra.
2Palabras del profesor y di-
rector Interino doctor Ma-
nuel Moreno.
3Pieza musical.
4Palabras del doctor Jaime de
la Guardia, miembro de la
(Pasa a la Pg. I. Col. 4)
so La Restinga" en Taboga.
Una semana entera de vacacio-
nes Daft' fo (y el dlabllto Tdn
Tun i es el Gran Premio de En-
trada que galantemente ha
ofrecido la Comisin de Turis-
mo. Una semana entera disfru-
tando en las bellas playas tabo-
ganas, con todos los gastos pa-
gos (pasajes, comidas y hospe-
daje). Con esto gran premio,
con los regalos que nuestros
principales almacenes obsequia-
rn a la Reina, con la caja
de Whiskey que se ofrecer pa-
. ra la celebracin al Principo
f>e ha I Consorte, con las bellezas quo
participarn en el Reinado do
las Casadas, no hay quien no
obtenga por lo menos 10 bole-
tos de entrada que slo cuestan
B.l.oo y que vale por 100 voto*
para elegir la reina.
AYAYAYAY: Cmo, pero c-
mo goza el dlabllto Tun Tunt
DELGADOS
de ambom exos tornera
CARNOL
1 tnico famoeo.
^
CA1WX m 1
D a
sus Manos
un Toque
Romntico
Ea un noche estrellada sus
manos tienen una
irresistible belles* romntica
.. Perqu I'd. las conserva
uvos y besables con
Locin Jergens.
Suave como crema, ia
Locin Jergens protege y iu-'
visa. Contiene ingrediente susvisantes que la piel absorbo
al iastsnte, y que los mdicos recomienden. No contieno
aceitas, que slo cubren la piel. Apliqese
, Jergens en los codos, los brsxos y las piernas,
para darlos delicada suavidad. Al igual de
las mujeres atractivas, en todas partes dd
mundo, use Ud. Locin Jergens, la
preferida psrs el cuidado de las manos.
Para unas Mano Adorables y Suaves.
LOCIN JERGENS
AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL, S.A.
Apartado 322 Panam
POR QUE
VAUXHALL
es el mejor entre los carros chicos
1 Cambio al sistema americano.
2 6 cilindros proporcionan un motor
mejor balanceado.
3 Economiza a la vez que ofrece
potencia.
4 Mis espacio' en sn interior.
5 Construccin ms fuerte.
La belleza de su interior e* ''nica".
"ADMRELOS" "PRUBELOS"
EN LA
PANAM AUTO, S. A.
DE
PANAMA
Ave. Justo Arosemena
y Calle 30 Esto
COLON
Ave. Melndtz
j Callo 16


PAGINA
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
JUEVES, AGOSTO 1911
No Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR Ect. y\
Que La Ruta Al Departamento De Los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
.>'.:nimo por
12 palabra*.
3e por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Am. Tv.II N.
Tal. 2-Ml
KIOSKO DE LESSEN
Par*** *' Lia
PaiMBuL
NOVEDADES MORRISON
*v. 4 i' Jallo
T*l 2-1441
BOTICA CARLTON
tu kiiiH" iMn
Tal. 285Colon.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Cilio 12 Otate No, M.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calle "H" No. 17. Panam
I An. Central li-170 tolo.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE RENTA:En cosa familia, pioza
bien amueblada, con bao privado.
camas gemelas, a matrimonio e a
dos estudiantes universitario?.
Ave. Per No. 65, bojos, izquier-
do.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en San
Francisco de lo Coleto. Informes:
Estocin Gasolina Sin Jos, Via
Espaa No. 2.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SE VINDIN:Clavo., tubera nafra,
cera acanalado. Fin-Te (cartn
iilae'er aera cielo* rata*) maaV
rai, levamanei, encuiae'ei. etc. a
loe precie! mu aajoi an plain
AGENCIAS GLSALES. Via !.
re, Heienae a Juon Franca. Tal.
1-1 SOS.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE ALQUILA:Aportamento de dos
recmaros. Solo-comedor, cocina,
etc., balcn independiente. 10. ca-
lle 26 Este. Ocurra C. Daz, mis-
mo edificio, Apto. 13.
SE ALQUILAN: Dos apartamentos
modernos de dos recmaras y solo-
comedor, en edificio "Muller", No.
12 en calle Rochet y No.. 18 en
Avenida Tivoli. llamar Tel. 2-1032,
Sr. Carreras.
SE VENDENPaces de acuario, plin-
tos, Via Espaa 11. frente establos
Juon Fronco. Tal. 3-4132.
SE VENDE:4 vidriaras nuevas de
. caoba. Acud Bazar Panama 104
Central u oficina Agencia Michel
Simhon, Avenida "A" y calla 7o
Panama. Coln. Tel. 1386.
SE VENDE :_Tonque acero, 1.000
go|ones, 5' x 7' x 7' un lado ovo-
lado. Bueno pira oguo, aceite, etc.
Tel. 3-0747.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
JE ALQUILA:Cuarto refrigerante
Fibnca Hielo Estripeout. Calle H
No. 18. Telfono 2-2948.
SE ALQUILA: Cuirto imueblodo
con cocina y comodidades, com-
pletamente independiente. Ciile
45 No. 19.
SE ALQUILA:En Bella Vista, cuar-
to amoblado, entrada independien-
te. Avenida Mxico 69, cerca ca-
lle 43.
SE COMPRA
COMPRO Raicilla, leche o niera
a balate. Pate hit nteietei precie
da eoasta. Oimon* L. Maeluro, Ce-
llo S. Na. 11 Apartado 277, Pa-
nam.
SE VENDE:rNevero nueva para so-
das, de dos puertas. B.50.00. Ave-
nida B 73.
SE VENDE: Aikotto en plencnoi.
medias canales y an polvo a pre
ca economice. Para calderas, ta-
banas da calar, ate. Ca. da Pre- | .
uefos da Arcilla, S. A. Via Ena-
na 37-47. Tal. 3-01 0.
CA. DE LEFEVRE Tel. 2-3332
VEND LOTES
Pefe inicial minima 1.100.00
Mensual 15.00
Lotes con Calles y Acueductos de
la Ciudad desde B 1.00 al metro.
Alquilamos equipo pesado paro
movimiento de tierra.
Alquilamos lotes a largos plazos.
Club de lotes, B.3.00 y B.4.C0
semanales.
OPORTUNIDAD: Dispone Ud. de
capital pora invertir en hipoteca
inmejorable? Ocurra a Central de
Bienes Raices. Ir.g. Dmostenos
Vergajo. Via Espaa No. 31. Tel.
3-4512.
SE VENDE:Abarroten. Para In-
formes dirjase o calle 13 Oeste
No. 29, Panam.
SE VENDEN:Lotes en E Cangrejo,
desde B.5.75 el metro cuadrado.
ROBERTO MIRO, Tel. 2-1215.
SE VENDE:La Cantina AUTENTI-
CA (antes Torpedo^ situada en
Avenida Norte 54. Informes ah
mismo.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ser-
vicio de coso que sepo oigo de co-
cine. Dormir en trabajo. Buen
sueldo. Dirjase Ave. Cuba 58
Apto. 6.
SE NECESITA:Lavandera que duer-
mo en el empleo. Buen sueldo.
Ave. Chile No. 16, oltos.
SE NECESITA:Planchadora. Acudo
calle 41 No. 19.
SE NECESITA: Buena cocinero.
Avenida Per No. 26.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera que
duerma en casa. Ocurra calle 50
y via Espaa No. 2. Familia Mo-
rales.
SE NECESITA:Bueno cocinera para
dormir en caso. Traiga sus refe-
rencias. Buen sueldo. Avenida Cu-
ba No. 11. edificio "Nestl", ol-
tos, entrada calle 28.
SE VENDE:Ford 1942, 4 puertas,
buenas condiciones mecnicos, B.
275.00. Bote cabina 19 pies, con
motor interior, B.275.00. Llame
Albrook AFB, 4273, oportamento
91-A.
VENDO:En $10.000.00 un milln
de metros2, carretera transstmica
Logo Gatn. Telfono 1262-B.
Coln, Sro. Carnes.
SE VENDE:Casa, mesas billar, de-
ms artculos. Motivo viaje. Co-
ln, detras Mercado Pblico. .No.
2014.
SE VENDE:Finco de 2 monzanas
en Son Isidro, Costa Rico, con casa
campestre, volor 17.000 Colones.
Dirjase al aportado No. 206, San
Jos, Costa Rica.
SE VENDE:
Motocicleta
Ya llegaron los 'piezas paro los
Cushmon Scooters que hobomos
anunciado anteriormente. Tropical
Motors,Inc. Panam. _
H VBNOtUna meteelcMa ia ra-
perto. marca "Mustanf" ideal ae-
ra-rapar* da marca eras, cebrade-
rei, estaciones de (salina a me-
cnicas, tiene aditamento eieeciel
poro ser remolcada par carras an
can da entree domicilia, m-
quina da sumar "Remiaaten" ma-
nual da 7 alumnos, can resta di-
recta, cansa nueva. Mejuin da
escribir parttil "Smith Corana"
tipa Clipper. Pulidor elctrica,
"llockadocker" automtica, para
lustrar carras, can una lata de
"Vitri-Gloie" de un te'n llana. O-
curra a la Avenid" Ter 17, Tel.
3-"f9 7-21'C.
Los telas que Ud. esperaba llegaron.
Hoy estn o lo vento. Vengo o ver
un variado surtido de nuevos es-
tampados. "LA MILAGROSA"
Monteserin 2.
i
SE VENDE MUY BARATO: M-
quina Registradora "National", un
molino para moler carne "Sanitory"
con capacidad pira 600 lbs. por
hora. I Congelador propio para'
restaurinte "Freezer". cortadora
de jamn, estufa de gas 4 fogo-
nes y ploncha. 4 lmpiros "Nen" j
48" y 3 tubos. Pora informes: ca-1
II lo. Visto Hermosa No. 7. T>l
lfono 3-1468
Fresco, cmodo y con distinguida ve-
cindad, es el chalet de 3 recma-
ras, 2 baos, agua caliente, etc.,
situado sobre lote de 800 M2 en
Bella Visto, Calle 47. No. 19. Su
precio es reolmente halagador. Pa-
ra cito de inspeccin llame ol 2-
2388 -r Wolff y Co. Calle 5a.,
No. 22.
SE VENDE
Artculos He Casa
SE NECESITA:Persona pora cuidar
nio y apartamento, debe cocinar
y dormir, en cosa. Avenido Federi-
co Boyd No. 4, Apto. I, de 3:00
p. m.
SE NECESITA:-Seora de 30 o 35
oos que sepo cocinar, B.20.00,
debe dormir en el trobajo. Calle
50 No. 48.
SE NECESITA:Empleado paro que-
haceres de casa y una paro cuidar
nio. Deben dormir en el empl^n
tener experiencia y bueni presen-
cia. Calle 52 cosa 8, Apt. 4.
SE NECESITA:Empleidi competen-
te y con buenis referencias, debe
dormir en el trobojo. Paro in-
formes dirjase a Ave. Cuba No.
58, Apto. No. 7.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pon que-
haceres de casa. Lavado y plancha-
do. Dos personos solamente. Tiene
que dormir en el empleo y troer
recomendaciones. Acudo o Propo-
, ganda, S. A., Calle 16 Este No.
' 2.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUILA:Locol paja oficino.
Ambo del Teatro Central.
SI VENDE:Exento de ceeba caler
nagal estilo medente. Cesi nueve.
Par motive de vioje. Calle 25 Esta
Na. 7, apartemente 202.
SE VE/iDE:Barato y de apuro, ro-
pero, gabinete de cocino, ropero
de nio, Parque Lefevre, Cqlle 2a.
casa No. 21 JEFF.
SE VENDE:Juego de comedor, e-,
si nuevo, de 9 piezas, por moti-
vo de viaje, muy borato. Cali 37
Esta casa 21.
PERDIDA
Vndese local comercial Calle 16
Oeste, alquiler muy bajo. Crespo.
Central 94.
CLNICA, equipado, oltos Farmacia
Solazar, colle 16 Oeste No. 28
Ponam.
SE ALQUILAN:Dos locales propios
para oficinas, cerca de aduina
nocional. Avenida B. No. 85, altos.
Precios moderados.
SE ALQUILA: Lociles comerciales
de diferentes tamaos, lugir co-
mercial. Cille 26 Este y Avenido
Cuba. Ocurro C. Daz mismo edi-
ficio. Apto. 13.
: SE ALQUILA:En Coln, munfico
locol, propio paro negocio, cntri-
camente situado en frente del Tea-
tro Coln, en la Avenida Central
No. 10.143. Razn Sr. Bolin de
Abte, 6029. Ave. Bolboo e en
Panam. Almocn Vilanovo.
SE ALQUILAN:Dos ranchos, com-
pletamente nuevos y seguros, es- \
tilo interior, de dos cuartos cada
uno y pedazo terreno cercado. Rio i
Abojo. calle 7a. No. 2560.
.-------- i |
SE VENDE:Juego de sola, caoba.'
tapizados, bonito estilo, juego de
mimbre blcnco, un sof cama, un'
sof topxzcdo damosco, refrigero-1
dora General Electric, estufa Magic
Chef y otros-.muebles. Calle 45 No. '
'9- ________________
SE VENDE: Por motivo de viaje:;
Refrigeradora Westinghouse. $175.:
00, juego de sala $125.00, Lava-
don Elctrico, $60.00; Silla de
Alcoba. $10.00, todo en perfectos]
condiciones. Avenida B No. 89,
cuorto No. 7 oltos. Familia Gcn-
> zlez.
PERDIDA:Anoche en I* refresque-
ro del Teatro Lux. leopoldina de
oro con un topocio. Gratificacin o
quien la devuelva. Llame telfonos,
' 2-0003 3-1539.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA: Joven presentible,
que hoble ingls, con experiencia
en ventas de telos. Cirijose Si It
more" Calle J No. 8.
SE NECESITAN:Tres barnizadores,
pintor paro laciir muebles y 3 eba-
nistas competentes. Colle 16 Son
Francisco. Taller de Ebanistera.
SE NECESITA:Cuatro jvenes de
embos sexos, con experiencia, en
propaganda. Avenida Central No.
47, Apto. 23. oltos. en Panam y
Avenida Balboa y calle 6. Arena
Coln en Coln. American Pro-
tection.
fWttito.;. lie Pan Automtica
Club 50c Contado B 22.50
Mueblera CASA SPART0N
Central 223 Calidonla
-UilUlM
4/' -A f"
p< La ms econmica,
fuerte y prctica
para cualquier uso.
CAMIONETA
Jeep
PARTES
Y ACCESORIOS

Ca. Cyrnos, S.A.
PANAMA COLON
Aviso Judicial
AVISO DE REMATE
Fl suscrito Scr-tario del Jateado
Tareero ones de Alguacil Ejscutor, fot medio
qci msente. 1 pblico.
HACK SABER:
Q i por rs-solncln do treinta y une
do julio prximo paaado dictada en e
juicio ejecutivo propueato por Guardia
1 ( ia., fe. A. contra Eduardo Sarmiento
te he fijado 1 da veintitrs de acost
venidero, para Que entre las horas lxa-
les, tenga Iusr el secundo reme'.e de
los aicuientes bienes, ptopiedad del de
mandado:
Un (1) earro automvil merca
MPtJEUaM**t modelo lt-S, eon
placa 2*84. con motor S-S85.-
29. avaluado por los peritos en
trescientos balboas...... B.S00 OC
Una (1) planta elctrica marca
"White rntn" Works', dis-
tinguida coa el nmero bb'St-$
KVA I, de S Kilowats. de am-
perio 26-lS-ftO ciclos, de US a
ISO voltios de 1800 revolucio-
nes por minuto, tipo K-I.il de
1. HP. con tinque de alimen-
tacin de combustible, con ta-
blar elctrico y polea tipo B,
D.tse'. avaluada por los perito
en la auma de trescientos bal-
boas.............B-300.OI
Total.. ...00.0 0
Servir de base pana el remate de lor
bienes citados el valor asignado por loa
peritos, y aera oferta admisible la out
cubra la mitad del avalo de loe bienea
advirtlrtloee que si no se presentarer
postor en oaa fecha, se har 1 rematf
si da siguiente y ae admitir cualquier
postura
So admitan ofertas hasta las cuatr<
da la tardo, y de aa hora en aoalantr
se oirn laa pujaa y repujas que ae hi-
cieran haeta que aoa cerrada la subaeti
coa la adjudicacin provletonai al me-
jor poetor.
Para habilitarse como poetor. ae re-
quiere consignar previamente en al Tri-
na! el % del valor por los peritos i
ios bienes en remate
Panama, acost dos de mil novecien-
tos cincuenta y ano.
Joed C Pis. ^
El Sec re la no.
Ka fiel copia I
MISCELNEA
TALLER Auto Elctrico "Purru"
Vende, carga y repara boteras usa-
das. Calle 21 Este No. 3. Panarra
Precios de olimentos Ful-O-Pep:
Laying Pellep B.6.70; Growing
Pellep B 6.90; Growing Mash, B.
6.90; Starter Mish B.7.25; El Mo-
lino Criollo.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet con tres dor-
mitorios, salo, porch, comedor, te-
rrazo, etc., en El.Coco. Toda amo-
blado. Llame telfono 3-4644.
Sf VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Buick Special 1941.
Buenas condiciones. Faolidodes po- '
go. Verlo Via Espoc No. 31. Tel.
3-4512.
SE NECESITA: Alquilar o vender
una caso sin amoblar, largo pla-
zo. Tres recmoras, dos baos,
cuarto empleada, en El Cangrejo,
Golf Heights o Bell Vista. Cebe
tener buen espacio paro jardn. Es-
crib Apdo. I 399 Ancn.
LA ESCUELA
Comisin Asesor de la Es-
cuela.
5 Palabras del profesor Juan
M. Herrera.
G^Pleza musical.
7Palabras del presidente de
la Asociacin de Estudiantes
de Medicina, Enrique Precia-
do.
8Palabras del Director Mdico
del hospital Santo Toms. Dr.
Luis D. Altaro.
9Clausura del acto por el Dr.
Antonio Gonzlez Revllla.
presidente de la Asociacin
Mdica Nacional.
Hora: 5 p.m. en el Paraninfo.
SE VENCE:Carro Buick. sedan, 4
puertas modelo 1947. color negro
llnntos nuevas costodo blanco, co- i
mo nuevo, radio, cubre isientos. I
Lame telfonos 3-3338 2- ,
3102 3-1310. Se. Boyd.
. iiir/i'i/o compiti dt
Artculos Para Perros
Coliaras
o Cadenas
Bozales
SE VENCE:Corro Cadillac Modelo
48 en perfectas condiciones. Se
aceptan propuestas, llame tel-
fono 3-2184 2-1075.
SE VENDEN CAMIONES: I GMC
5 toneladas, modelo 1947, exea.
lentes condicionas; I GMC 2 I -2
toneladas, tipo armado. 10 rue-
do:, modele 1942; Internacio-
nal. 2 1-2 toneladas modelo 1947
chassis largo; I Internacional 2
1-2 tonelados. modelo 1947 chos-
sls corto I Mack. 5 toneladas,
modelo 1947. excelentes condicio-
nes. Solicitar informes lli.-nondo
l telfono 2-0610.
Platos para comida
Painillaa Capillo*
T aran --idad de Jametes
L/yW
P*
/scsva'oj
ara r\eg
Ave. Tivoli No. 1
Tel. 2-307
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Mantenemos una venta de
Ranga de artculos sobre exis-
tencia donde las MEJORES
PINTURAS) se venden a los
ms hajof precio.
Por qu no ahorrar dinero
comprando lu mejor?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 279.
Tel. S-0140.
Artculos de Zapatera
Tubera Negra y Gal-
vanizada
Acero y Platinas
Pinturas, Esmaltes y
Barnices
Ferretera "Yale" y
"Corbln"
RICARDO A. MIRO,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
"Vendemos barato
para vender ms"
Nuestros ESPEJOS embe-
llecen el hotel El Panam.
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Callo If Esta No. 4 Tel. 22(M
Felpa Mineralizada
Roja y Verde
Felpa Negra
da 15 y 30 Ib.
Clavos de Zinc
Balanzas 'Detecto'
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. *8
Persianas Venecianas I.UX
a B-.o.SO
Entrega
inmediata
Reparaciones
Generales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E. #23
Tel 3-1713

Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con CO velas de tueria de lu blanca
moderna. Permanece encendida 50
hora* por I riln de kerosene. Toma
4% ae AIRE y solamente ". de
KEROSENE. Completamente estira
no explota ni necesita generador ni
bomba No produce humo ni malo*
olores Es tan encllla quo un nlflo
puede prenderla Nunca vista en Pa-
nam a Precio tan Bato
por slo. ..B/.9.9S
Tenemos lodos lo* Repuesto*!
De Venta en toda* la* H KKrTFKIAS
y Mt mi i iti \s
Distribuidores
VVONO CHANO, S. A.
Colon Calle y Ave. Balboa
Tel MS. ^
Panama. Ave Central S3
Tel. 2-2M7
PERSIANAS MOVIBLES
de MIAMI en vidrio,
madera o aluminio.
Rieles de abrir
y cerrar para
Cortinaje.
Cortina
^ Plstica
< transparente
para vitrinas.
La nueva
PERSIANA
VENECIANA
COWES
a precios
bien bajos.
R. A. COWES y Ca.
Tel I-7S Ave. Cuba No. 67
^ Tubera <*
Negra
FABRICACIN NACIONAL
DE
PRIMERA CALIDAD
Precio de Competencia
con el producto importado.
Tubos 4" Sencillos___4.t0
Tubo 4'" Doble......4.40
Tubos 2" Sencillos....2.M
Tubos 2" Dobles......2.80
Tee 4x4..........2.00
Tees 2x2..........1.00
Codos Ux2........75
etc., etc.
Tel. 3-1300 Apartado 2029
FUNDICIN INDUSTRIAL
Gonzlez y Linares Ltda.
La Locera Pasadena
' Rifles de Baln
Marco "Daisy"
desde 2.95
|\ ID Hoy se estrena en el Teatro
Presidente la gran pelcula
"Cuando Acaba La Noche"
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda dase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Pocas veces nuestro pblico
ha tenido la oportunidad de
ver una pelcula de tanta emo-
cin, dramatismo y suspenso,
como "Cuando Acaba la Noche".
ue se estrena desde hoy en el
eatro Presidente, sus Intrpre-
tes: Rafael Baledn, David 811-
va, lilla Prado y Osear Pulido,
viven todas las reacciones Ima-
ginables en dramas en que la
yida, en toda su descarnada
realidad, juegan papel principal.
Es por esto, que la crtica se-
vera, la que nada le importa
y nada tiene que ver con sen-
timentalismos, ha calificado ai
"Cuando Acaba la Noche" co-
mo una de las ms realistas
producciones salidas de los es-
tudios flmlcos mexicanos, y de
la que ms se hablara favora-
blemente, por quienes asistan a
sus exhibiciones.
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Los comunistas
las Naciones Unidas Nam II a-
cuso que aviones de las Nacio-
nes Unidas atacaron varios ve-
hculos con banderas blancas
que se dirigan al sitio de cl-
trencla en Sibyon, Kwangju y
Sartwon y que las tropas aiitt-
cias dispararon contra Pan Mun
Jom dentro del rea neutral de
Kaesong.
Esta protesta fu enviada di-
rectamente al Vicealmirante C.
Turner Joy, Jefe de la dele-i-
cin de las. Naciones Unidas
El Ejrcito de Irn est en
estado de alerta mientras se
efecten las conversaciones
_ ABAD AN, irn, Agosto 9 (UP)
La Polica armada y tropas
se mantuvieron alertas en to-
das las Intersecciones claves de
Abadn al llegar el jefe de la
delegacin britnica, 81r Ri-
chard Stokes y el enviado es-
pecial del 'Presidente Truman,
W. Averell Harriman para Ins-
Con gran
Hellodoro Patino, 100 bloques;
Aquilino Vallarlno, Pintura;
Mario Cal. 10 mts. c> mosaico;
Jorge Rodrguez, 10 mts. de mo-
saico; Ca. Dulcidlo Gonzlez.
68 metros de zcalo; Arena del
Mar, 8 yarda de arena; Cantera
Los Andes, ocho yds. de piedra;
Shahapf, dos tramos de tubos;
de Vi, The Texas Co. cuatro
rollos de felpa; Gonzlez y Li-
nares, Accesorios de Plomera^
Eduardo Acosla, madera. Ale-
jandro Duque Jr. Tachuelas
para Tejas; Rene Orillac. 4 yds.
de piedra; Cantera el Cndor,
20 yds de polvillo.
Obtiene un voto
rechazo de las protestas comu-
nistas contra el establecimiento
de bases del Ejrcito de Esta-
dos Unidos en Liorna.
El Senado vot 151 a favor
y 101 en contra con ocho abs-
tenciones respaldando al nuevo
Gabinete Integrado por Dem-
cratas Cristianos, y Demcrata
Rinde
una buena comisin.
Para cerciorarse si era legitima
esta operacin, el Dr. Boyd llam
al seor Ramn Gordil, Jefe de
Contabilidad de la Caja, y le pre-
gunt si era factible esta opera-
cin, a lo que el seor Gordil le
dijo que si. Que los cheques des-
pus de entregados a los asegu-
rados, estos estaban en libertad
de hacer de ellos lo que queran.
El Dr. Boyd compro estos che-
ques pensando que la persona que
se los vendi era uno de los agio- j
tlstas que hacen negocios con los
asegurados. La operacin se llev
a cabo por un total de 850 bal-
boas, ganndose l la comisin
correspondiente, segn declar el
Dr. Boyd.
Declina el doctor
de la cual se sirve comunicar-
me que el Excelentsimo seor
Presidente de la Repblica, por
medio de Decreto de esta mis-
ma fecha, 11a tenido a bien
nombrarme Consultor Jurdico
de la Presidencia, con la atri-
bucin de resolver consultas so-
bre asuntos nacionales e inter-
nacionales.
Acepto esta honrosa designa-
cin animado por el deseo pa-
tritico de colaborar en la vas-
ta obra de regeneracin nacio-
nal que tiene ante s la admi-
nistracin que encabeza el Ex-
celentsimo seor Presidente A-
rosemena. Ese deseo me mueve
a renunciar, como en efecto re-
nuncio, al sueldo y a los gastos
de representacin asignados por
el Presupuesto vigente al cargo
que se me ha conferido. En las
circunstancias que atraviesa el
pas en la actualidad estimo a
tal punto delicadas las funcio-
nes que se me encomiendan,
que a mi juicio ellas deben es-
tar desligadas de toda conside-
racin de inters material. Mi
actuacin habr de Inspirarse
nicamente en lo que crea ser
en cada caso el Inters supre-
mo de la Nacin y deseo, por
lo tanto, que en los conceptos
que emita solo pueda verse la
expresin de la buena fe y el
espritu patritico con que me
apresto a desempear las fun-
ciones de mi cargo.
Ruego a usted trasmitir al
Excmo. seor Presidente la ex-
presin de mi agradecimiento y
aceptar las seguridades de alta
consideracin con que soy de
usted,
Muy atento servidor,
R. f. Alfaro
DECRETO No. 864
(de 8 de agosto de 1951 >
por el cual se hace un nom-
bramiento en la Presidencia de
la Repblica,
El Presidente de la Republic,
en uso de sus facultades legales,
DECRETA:
Articulo lo.Nmbrase al Dr.
Ricardo J. Alfaro, Consultor Ju-
rdico de la Presidencia de la
Repblica.
Articulo 2o.Ser funcin del
Consultor Jurdico de la Pre-
sidencia resolver las consultas
que le haga el Presidente de la
Repblica sobre asuntos nacio-
nales e internacionales.
Comuniqese y publquese.
Dado en la ciudad de Pana-
m, a los ocho das del mes de
agosto de mil novecientos cin-
cuenta y uno.
Alcibiades Arosemena.
El Ministro de Gobierno y
Justicia, ...
Miguel Angel Ordonez.
oeccionar sta turbulenta sed*
la refinera de petrleo m
grande del mundo.
Los guardias se mantuvieron,
alertas para evitar cualquier po-.
sible manifestacin antibritni-
ca, pero no ocurri incidente ai-i
guno. i
La misin britnica lleg por i
la via area hoy desde Tehern
para conferenciar con los fun->
clonarlos britnicos e Iranios y
recibir seguridad para los ex-i
pertos britnicos que trabajan'
en sta refinera, la misin tar.-.-'
bien Investigar los cargos da
que los empleados britnicos es-|
tan siendo tratados mal-
Las primeras palabras de Ha-,
rriman al descender del avin >
fueron: "Dnde est Makki?"'
Harriman se refera a Hussein i
Makki, Secretario de la Comi-i
sln de Nacionalizacin de I-'
rn, quien se encuentra en al-'
gn lado en Abadn. Los fun-'
clonarlos britnicos han pro-
testado por las "actividades da
agitacin" de Makkl.
Guardias navales con bayone-
tas caladas se mantuvieron a 50.
yardas de distancia a todo lo!
largo de la ruta desde el aeio-,
puerto hasta Korramshahr, en
dende la mosin desayun con el.
Mayor Charles Capper, Cnsul
en Abadn. Patrullas contra mo-
tines estuvieron patrullando laj
calles en carros y camiones con
soldados armados precedan la
comitiva.
Fueron muertos
dos criminales
en Hollywood
HOLLYWOOD, agosto 9. (UP)
La Polica dijo que Tony
Brancato, de 37 aos de edad f
quien se encontraba en la lista
del FBI como uno de los crimi-
nales ms buscados y su ami-
go Tony Trombino de 31 ao!
de edad, fueron muertos a tiros
i la usanza de los pisto.tro
anoche por un 'nampn al qua
permitieron se sentara detrs da
ellos en el automvil.
Segn el anuncio, los dos pan-
dilleros de Kansas City a quie-
nes se sospechaba del ateni .do
contra la vida del pandillera
Mickey Cohen, fueron muertos
mientras se encontraban senta-
dos en un automvil en una ca-
lle residencial. El matador a-
parentemente se encontraba en
lado en la parte posterior del
auto.
Brancato. quien habla estada
preso por la venta ilcita de li-
cores y narcticos, recibi el ti-
ro en la parte posterior Je la
cabeza mientras que Tromcina
aparentemente se haba virado
para hablar con el matador,
pues recibi el tiro en un lado
c> la cara.
Un retrato del Rey
rr.ada por nueve Concejales.
Garvey anunci sa medida
despus que la Asamblea Le-
gislativa intervino en la dispu-
ta solicitando la disolucin 1c
la Asamblea Municipal. Los par-
tidarios de sta, por su parte,
comenzaron inmediatamente a
recoger firmas pidiendo la Ui-
M-lurln de la Aasmblea LegU-
Utlva
Sobre el censo de
independientes; estn inscritos I
o n sus Personeras Jurdicas; I
sean patronales o de cualquier,
otra ndole, que desde el 17 de .
Julio prximo pasado se ha ini-
ciado el Censo Sindical y obliga
a todas a estas organizaciones
participar en l. El Ceriso Sin-
dical terminar el dia 31 del
presente mes y se espera que
antes de esta fecha todas sin
distincin alguna se acerquen
a este Despacho paru obtener
el cuestionario respectivo. Se
les advierte que de no hacer'.o.
la Inspeccin General de Tra-
bajo se reservar las medidas
conducentes a tenor de lo que
establece el pargra del Ar-
tculo 306 del Cdigo de Traba-
Jo.
Humberto Fauno,
Inspector General da Trabajo.
Emprstito de ms
de cinco millones
de LU. a Espaa
WASHINGTON, agosto 9 (UP>
El Export and Import 3anc
concedi a Espaa otro crdito
por 5000.000 de dolares el cual ln
cluye 2,400,000 dlares para la
compra de equipo hidroelctr;o
para ser usado en el rea da
Madrid y el resto para aunicnv-
*ar la produccin de minerales
estratgicos tales como mineral
de hierro, cobre, pirita, azufre,
tungsteno, y plomo en Espafta,
y el Marruecos Francs.
Los crditos provienen dr a*
cuellos aprobados por el Con-
greso el ao pasado.


JUEYES, AGOSTO 9, 1981
RL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO IVDEPENDERNT1C

PAGINA SIBTI
'

RECIBEN DIPLOMAS DE ANOTADORES
DE BASE BALL 28 DEPORTISTAS
Eh honor al Ecuador juegan nana, los
oncenos Ambato y Panameo-peruano
Un atractivo partido de ft-
bol tendrn maana a las 4
en el Establo Olmpico los equl-,
pos -Ambato y Panameo Pe-
ruano en homenaje a 1 Rep-
blica del Ecuador, que celebra
maana su independencia.
El seor Embajador del Ecua-
dor, don Sixto Duran Bailen,
dar 1 saque inicial y donar
un bello trofeo al ganador del
encuentro.
Ambos equipos han practica-
do satisfactoriamente para esie
comentado cotejo que promete
resultar movido y reido.
Los deportes organizados deben ser
excluidos de la ley contra monopolios
WASHINGTON, Agosto 9 (U.
P.).El senador demcrata Ed-
win Johnson que adems es
Presidente de la Liga Occiden-
tal de baseball propuso que el
Congreso exceptu a todos los
que obliga a! pelotero que. fir-
me con una novena continuar
con ella hasta que cese su ac-
tuacin activa o la novena
traspase o venda su contrato.
Johnson dijo que dudaba la
deportes organizados de la ley legalidad de la clusula y pidi
contra monopolios.
Aclar que el proponer la ley
que trata de legalizar la "clau-
sula de reserva" del baseball
Mejor colocacin el
Azteca Jr. en el base
menor de Santa Rita
a la comisin que estudia si el
baseball infringe la ley de anti-
monopolios que aprobar la
propuesta para resolver el asun-
to sin mayores problemas. "Y
sin legalidad" le respondi el
representante republicano Ken-
neth Keating "su puesta des-
truira por completo en mu-
chos aspectos las leyes antimo-
nopolios de este pais".
En tanto en Nueva York los
dueos de novenas de las Oran-
El Azteca Jr. mejor coloca-1 des Ligas anunciaron que a pe-
cin en el Baseball Menor de sar de haber reducido a sete
la Liga Santa Rita, al vencer los nombres de los- posibles su-
en 7 actos al Arcelly en el 'cesores de A. B. Chandler como
Estadio Olmpico por 7 carreras Comisionado General, tardarn
a -1, mediante buena labor de
Ulises Alvarez desde la caja de
las postales y defensa de 2 pe-
cados del cuadro indio.
Alvarez logr asi su primera
victoria de la actual temporada
no tiene derrotas a su haber;
gui a su equipo al triunfo al
permitir 5 aislados incogibles
a los rivales, mientras sus com-
paeros ligaban 7 a los ofre-
cimientos de C. (Newcombe)
Escobar para pisar libremente
el home en 7 ocasiones.
El cuadro interior de los me-
jicanos menores compuestos por
Lpez en la inicial, Mndez y
Cucaln que alternaron en la
2a. base, John, y H. Alvarez en
el para corto y Chandler en la
antesala respaldaron en los mo-
mentos difciles a su lanzador
consolidando la victoria.
Los araclleos se salvaron del
blanqueo en la 6a. entrada por
Indecisin de H v Alvarez y Cu-
caln sobre tiro del receptor
Sheriff y mala Jugada de Chan-
dler al poner hombre afuera
en la tercera base y volverlo a
buscar cantando el arbitro sal-
vo.
Los indios fueron dirigidos
por E. (Eddie) Sheriff, por es-
tar suspendi 8. Woodruff por
arbitrariedad de la Liga. She-
riff volvi a lucirse en el ata-
que al conectar 2 de 3, lo mis-
mo que su contrario D. Pinzn.
Los prximos Juegos de la
Menor son: Doble del sbado en
el Estadio Olmpico Dragones
Jr. va La Barriada y Dragones
Jr. vs Granillo Jr.
Doble del sbado en Barraza.
Azteca Jr. vs Scarlets y C. Eleta
vs J. Granate.
El primer Juego de ambos do-
bles comenzar a la 1.00 p.m.
y el segundo 15 minutos des-
pus de finalizado el primero.
por lo menos otro mes para
ponerse de acuerdo en cuanto
al nombramiento.

Para postres
exquisitas,
exquisitamente
fa'cilas.
CHIRIQUI Y SUS
DEPORTES
Por NANDO (UtlMTERO
Ante una de las mejores con-
currencias que se han dado ci-
ta en el Gimnasio Escolar de
David se verific el tercer es-
crutinio para escoger la Reina
del Baloncesto. En este escruti-
nio la encantadora seorita Li-
lla Palacios desplaz a la seo-
rita Elba Ramos que llevaba la
ventaja de este certamen de be-
lleza y cultura.
El resultado del tercer escru-
tinio fu el siguiente:
Lilia Palacios
Luzmila Olaciregui
Elba Ramos
Tula Palacios
Gloria Centeno
Hayde Osorlo
Rosa Graciela Lezcano
Raquel Araz .
Lima Gonzlez
Chola Bou che
975;
901;
480:
235;
41;
73;
55:
44;
40;
25.
Con todo entusiasmo se vie-
nen preparando los equipos de
ftbol de esta Provincia. Se
cree que el equipo que ha de
defender los colores del ftbol
chlrlcano en el prximo cam-
peonato-nacional aue ha de ce-
lebrarse en la ciudad de Pana-
m ser el San Jos, titular
de la Provincia. Este onceno
ser reforzado con jugadores
de otros equipos y para ello en
las ltimas semanas se han
efectuado partidos entre las
selecciones denominadas Blan-
deo y Azul.
En la ltima reunin de la
Liga Provincial de Ftbol de
Chiriquf se escogi el jugador
ms disciplinado de la tempo-
rada que acaba de pasar en
David, y despus de varias de-
liberaciones y puntos de vistas
Para conservar biea
blanca la ropa. Emplee
cate ail en el ultimo
et>juague
El acto tiene lugar
esta noche en la
escuela M.J. Hurtado
Esta noche a las a tendr lu-
gar el acto de entrega de Di-
plomas del Curso para Anota-
dores de Baseball en el Aula
Mxima de la Escuela Manuel
Jos Hurtado.
Este curso se llev a efecto
bajo la organizacin y direc-
cin de la Federacin Nacional
de Baseball y la ayuda del De-
partamento de Educacin Fsi-
ca, dando por resultado que 28
deportistas recibirn hoy su
credencial para actuar con co-
nocimiento de causa en esa
parte del Baseball, y ellos son:
Carlos A. Durant, Miguel A.
Jurez, Liberato A. Saavedra
ngel C. Callejas, Restltuto Or-
tega, Agustn G. Reluz, Sptimo
Simpson, Manuel Tullorh, Lo-
renzo A. Ellis, Pedro A. Diez,
Andrs A. Urea, Maurilio To-
rregrosa Jr., Jonathan F. Smith
Jr., Joan P. Smith, Ral Figue-
roa, Jorge del Cid, Nstor E.
Sarmiento, Julio Martinet Polo,
Horacio Kelly Filos, Antonio
Gordon Jr., Guillermo Rolla
Fermin Castaedas, Jos I.
Aguilar, Jaime Gmez, Roberto
Valencia, Roberto Lavergne
Agustn Aguirre y Santiago A.
Cajar.
El programa arreglado para
este acto comprende los slgulen
tes puntos:
1Apertura del Acto por el
periodista Joaqun A. Ortega.
2Palabras por el Profesor
del Curso, Sr. Grmaldo Crdo-
ba.
3Palauras por el Presidente
de la Federacin Nacional de
Baseball de Aficionados, Seor
Arturo' Illueca.
4Agradecimiento por el gra-
duando Guillermo S. Rolla.
5 Sorpresa, por el graduan-
do Jorge del Cid.
6Entrega de Diplomas por
el Lie. Manuel Roy.
7Clausura del Acto por el
seor Ministro de Educacin
Prof. Ricardo Bermdez.
Como Maestro de Ceremonia
actuar el graduando seor
Santiago A. Cajar.
El argentino Harold
Weiss fue vencido en
torneo de tennis
HAMBURGO. Agosto S (UP)
El argentino Harold Weiss fu
vencida por 6-2, 6-8, 4-6, 7-5,
y 6-0 por el yugoeslavo Drago-
tln Mltle en uno de los parti-
dos individuales del "pequeo
torneo de Wimbledon" de Ale-
mania.
El brasileo Armando Vielra
venci en otro de los individua-
les al alemn Karl Sass por 6-3,
6-3 y 6-3.
que fueron puestos en la mesa
de la Liga, se decidi escoger
al Jugador Florencio Urrlola,
quien acta en el David F. C.
como el ms disciplinado y va-
lioso de la Liga, hacindose asi
acreedor a una medalla de oro
que don para tal efecto el des-
tacado deoortista Ricardo Na-
varro J., Presidente de la Aso-
ciacin de Redactores Deporti-
vos de David.
Con el fin de conseguir fon-
dos para el envo de la selec-
cin que ha de representar a
Chlrlqui en el Campeonato Na-
cional de Balompi que debe
comenzar en la ciudad de Pa-
nam el prximo mes, los mlein
bros de la Liga de Ftbol se
dirigieron al Consejo Municipal
de David y se espera que esta
augusta Cmara har todo lo
posible para ayudar a los fut-
bolistas en su viaje a la capital.
Destacados Pugilistas Se Vern En Ac
Esta Noche En El Programa De Boxeo Amateur
El Dep. Mueca mantuvo su invicto y el
basket de Catedral sigue hoy con 2 juegos
ESTADO DE LA CONTIENDA
Basketball de Catedral
G. P." PJe.
La Mueca.......... 4 l.tE
Don eco ......... S 1 .7M
Taller Sousa .......2 1 .667
ptica Soca .......2 1 .7
Dep. Morris ........1 i Al
Mauricio ..........___1 S SI
Jantsen ...........1 S .250
Surex ............. 1 -2M
Est en disputa hoy
el comando del base
ball de Barraza
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de Barraza
G. P. Pje.
Dep. Crespo .......5 3 .*25
Miranda ............. 8 4 .555
Dep. Gray ......... 5 5 -5W
Canad ........... 5 5 .500
Vallarino .......... 4 5 .444
Mendosa ............ 4 6 .400
El torneo de Baseball de la
Liga de Barraza ofrece esta tar-
de el partido entre los equipos
Miranda y Deportivo Crespo.
En este encuentro estar en
juego el primer lugar de la
Justa ya que el Crespo lucha-
r para aumentar su margen
en el puesto de honor, lo que
ndica el reido cotejo que de-
ben sostener hoy estos dos con-
juntos en el Cuadro de Barra-
za.
En los pasados -ncuentros, el
Mendoza mejor notablemente
su puntuacin al vencer prime-
ro al Gray por 7 a 1 y al da
siguiente se Impuso al Canad
por 3 carreras a 0.
Efectiva reaccin dio
gran triunfo al ptica
Sosa en bolos anoche
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Torneo de Bolos
Caf Duran ........9 3 .73
Morris .............'* 3 .75
Pinocho ...........5 3 .82."
Entrometida ......6 6 .500
Tropical ............. 4 4 .500
Selecto............4 4 .500
ptica Sosa ......... 5 7 .416
Dep. Royal ........3 5 .375
Taller Sousa ......4 8 .333
Novatos ............. 3 9 .250
El ptica Sosa reaccion des-
pus del blanqueo recibido a
manos del Pinocho la semana
pasada, y anoche venci a los
Entrometidos por 3 a 1. Esta
noche contina le torneo 'jant-
zen" con el Juego Teatro Tropi-
cal vs Flan Royal.
La anotacin de anoche fu
la siguiente:
Juegos de esto noche
TALLER SOUSA vs JANTZEN
y
DON NEOO T PTICA SOSA
Resultados de Anoche
Mueea 47Mauricio 46
Janteen 39Surex 26.
El conjunto La Mueca con-
serv su invicto en el comando
del Torneo de Basketball de
la Liga de Catedral con su vic-
toria de anoche sobre el Mau-
ricio por. 47 a 40 en un reido
encuentro en el Gimnasio del
Maran, mientras que el Jant-
zen entr en la columna de ga-
nadores con su triunfo sobre el
Surex por 39 a 26.
La contienda sigue esta no-
che con dos atractivos partidos,
donde los equipos Taller Sousa,
Don eco y ptica Sosa juga-
rn por el segundo lugar y el
Jantzen luchar por dejar defi-
nitivamente la retaguardia.
Campen chileno
de tennis derrota
al campen nipn
* NEWPORT. Rhode Island,
Agosto 9 (UP)El campen
chileno Ricardo Balbiers venci
al ms destacado Jugador de
tennis del Japn Jiro Kumma-
raaru por 2-6, 10-8. y 6-2 en
uno de los partidos individuales
de la segunda vuelta del torneo
por invitacin del casino de
Newport.
Social Deportiva
Muy concurrido fu el sepe-
lio del Sr. Amadeo Ivaldi P.,
padre de nuestro compaero
de labores de la Pgina Depor-
tiba de este diario, Serafn H.
Ivaldi J.
El cortejo fnebre parti des-
de la Casa de Velacin Alvarado
a laa 4.00 p.m. seguidos por una
larva fila de carros de sus com-
paeros y familiares, hacia la
Iglesia de Santa Ana, donde se
le dio los sagrados servicios.
Citacin Deportiva
EL CLUa DEP. PACIFICO
TIENE SESIN HOY
El Deportivo Pacifico Informa
a todos sus miembros que debi-
do a cierto asunto, se ha ade-
lantado para esta noche la reu-
nin de maana viernes, por 1j
que espera tomen debida nota
y asistan a la reunin de hoy.
Tere
Palm
Burrell
A. Damin
J. Damin
FED. DE LEVANTAMIENTO
Tendr una importante reu-
nin el sbado a las 5 de la tar-
de en el Gimnasio de Lucha con
el propsito de tratar y acordar
varios asuntos de inters ge-
neral.
\
ENTROMETIDOS
150 138 140 428
139 145 178 462
111 164 169 444|
114 143 159 416
180 158 176 504
694 748 812 2254
PTICA SOSA
Maduro
Arias
De Jann
Arango
Fistonich
Handicap
128
157
178
151
145
759
11
168
159
165
161
161
804
11
143
126
161
151
157
439
442
504
453
463
738 2301
11 33
770 815 749 2344
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UNMZAmmiCIOSOCHOCOLfft
Jfr EVERREADY
DEPORTIVO PINOCHO
Pide a todos los jugadores que
fueron a El Salvador la asisten-
cia a una reunin esta noche
a las 7 y 30 en la residencia
del sefior Toms "Chilla" Za-
mora.
El Sbado llega delegado chileno para
invitar a Panana al canpeonato Pan-
Americano de Ftbol en Feb. de 1952
El prximo sbado llegar *
esta ciudad el distinguido de-
portista, seor Cario: Dlttborn,
Tesorero de la Federacin de
Ftbol de Chile, quien viene
con el propsito d> Invitar for-
malmente a la Federacin de
Ftbol de Panam para que
participe en el Campeonato
Panamericano que se efectuar
en Santiago de Chile del 18 de
Tres Juegos faltan
para terminar el
basket de Antn
ANTON, Agosto 9 (Correspon-
sal ChonglEl equipo Deporti-
vo Estacin se asegur prcti-
camente el campeonato de bas-
ketball de Antn al derrotar al
Deportivo Regs por anotacin
de 31 a 26.
Este Juego result bastante
movido y no fu hasta el cuar-
to tiempo cuando los mucha-
chos del "Estacin", lograron
superar a sus fuertes contrarios
y mantener el liderato en esta
justa basket bolera.
El calendario de juegos fina-
lizar con los siguientes juegos
Dep. Patino vs Dep. Regis.
Dep. Estacin rs Dep. Patino
Dep. Regis vs Dep. Estacin.
Se dan a conocer los
requisitos para el
basketball juvenil
La Liga Juvenil de Basketball
auspiciada por el Club Juvenil
Internacional y cuyas inscrip-
ciones se abren maana, han
dado los siguientes requisitos
para participar en la competen-
cia.
Podrn participar en la Justa
jvenes de 16 a 18 aos para
la categora mayor y la cuota
de Inscripcin para cada equipo
ser de B.2.50. '
En la categora Menor se
aceptarn Jovencltos de 12 a 15
aos, y la cuota de inscripcin
ser de B.1.50 por equipo.
Los conjuntos tendrn que
presentarse uniformados al Jue-
go. Los juegos se desarrollarn
los domingos en la tarde en
el Gimnasio de la Escuela Pro-
fesional. Las Inscripciones las
recibirn el seor Jorge Calan-
dre en el Banco Nacional y
Ral Flgueroa en el Instituto
Nacional.
COMPRE...
TROPIDURA %
PROTEJAMOS LA
INDUSTRIA NACIONAL!
Febrero al 15 Mario de 19(2.
Este ser el primer Campeo-
nato Panamericano de Ftbol
y los juegos se desarrollarn en
el Estadio Nacional de la capi-
tal chilena.
. Tres seleccionados asistirn
por derecho propio y son los
Campeones de Sur, Centro y
Norteamrica, o sean Brasil, Pa-
nam y Mxico respectivamen-
te. Adems competirn el Se-
leccionado de Chile, el conjun-
to del Uruguay, campen del
mundo, y se escogern dos ms
entre Argentina, Paraguay, Pe-
r y Costo Rica.
Con la llegada del Sr. Dltt-
born, la Federacin Nacional
tendr reuniones extraordina-
rias para tratar todo lo relacio-
nado con el Campeonato Pan
americano, y aprovechar la
oportunidad para Inaugurar su
nuevo local de sesiones, situa-
do en la Avenida B. No. 85.
1 Fuerte 15 reta a
los Bomberos para un
partido de softball
El Seleccionado de la Liga de
Softball del "Fuerte 15", reta
por este medio a la Seleccin
del "Cuerpo de Bomberos", a un
partido amistoso el Domingo 12
de los corrientes a las 2.30 de
la tarde, en los terrenos adya-
centes al Gimnasio de Lucha
Libre en Barraza.
El Seleccionado del Fuerte 15
lo componen:
Alfredo Avecilla. Pablo Quija-
no, Rodrigo Peres Abelardo Cal-
dern, Alclbiades Paredes, Ca-
tallno Gonzlez, Bellsarlo Ber-
mdez, Lino Pea, Antonio Ri-
vera, Alejandro Pino, Ignacio
Caldern, Eduardo Arosemena,
Hernando Berrio, Benjamn Ze-
balios. Antonio Smith, Joaqun
Paredes, Guillermo smith. Ri-
cardo Knight, Samuel Zeballo,
Luis Rivera.
Directores:
Eduardo Arosemena del Mau-
ricio.
Ricardo Knight del E. Nez.
Alfredo Avecilla de la Cerve-
cera Nacional.
Catalino Gomales, del Calle
15.
A. E. A.
Secretario de Prensa.
Esperamos respuesta por este
mismo medio.

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La locin para
despus da afeitarse que ms
se vende en el mundo
Si ella escogiera su locin para despus
de afeitarse, probablemente elegira
Aqua Velvaya que a la mujer elegante
le gusta esa apariencia lozana y juvenil
que Aqua Vclva imparte al rostro mas-
culino. Comprubelo usted I Compro
un frasco de Aqua Velva hoy mismo.
El noqueador Luis
Samuels se mide
contra Sonny King
Magnifica cartilla de Boxeo
Amateur se presentar esta
noche en el Gimnasio Nacional
en la cual actuarn varios
de los ms destacados pgiles
de esta divisin.
Reaparece en este programa
el pgil Luis Samuels quien tie-
ne dos triunfos por la via r-
pida ltimamente y quien ten-
dr como adversarlo a Sonny
King.
Otro de los encuentros quo
promete resultar lucido se me-
dir Beau Jack II. que ha Inva-
dido la divisin de los moscas,
contra Klko Mosquera pequeo
pgil que esta clasificado como
uno de los mejores peleadores
de esta categora.
El programa completo de es-
ta-funcin es el siglente:
V. Valentine vs Eduardo Grimas)
118 libras
W. Johnson vs Rubn Ortis
100 libras
i
I
Beau Jack n vs Klko Mosquera
112 libras
Jess Ramos vs M. Portillo
US libras
Sonny King vs Lois Samuels
147 libras
Sustitutos
Ivan Margin vs Stevlngs Perry
Ch. Mclntosh rs Toribio Caray
El l-nlribl.
ECZEMA
DauasrHi PrsaU
Si Acalle emeralds Moon, ade-
ms At *r un antleptleo tan ex-
traordinario qua an poco tiempo
mata loa ralorobloa. tiana propio-
daclaa medicnale tan eflcacea quo '
al aclama, laa herpaa, la tifia ton-
soris.1, la dermatoal* reumtica y
ai arupelonsa cutneas desepere-
ran daspuaa da un tratamiento ra-
latlramante corto.
Desde seca mucho tiempo ran*
Sime para diviesos claaotaa ..
'r^TrEdo 'cJi-
a afooae a d raata-ear
tsda* laa buena* farmacia*.

ALAMBRI Y CAMI
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1
PAGINA OCHO
T. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO DtPENDINtT
JUEVES, AGOSTO 1951
LA FUERZA Y LUZ
estn Empresa, y nos hemos visto
obligados a recurrir en diferen-
tes ocasiones a los trlbuna'es
competentes para que suspen-
dan y anulen tales acuerdos y
dlsooslciones.
.Nunca antes en la historia de
este pais, habamos visto seor
Ministro, persecucin semejante
Eor parte de funcionarlos p-
licos panameos contra una
empresa norteamericana estable-
cida legalmente en .el pal;
Nunca habamos visto que au-
toridades instituidas precisa-
mente para "garantizar" y
"proteger" la vida, honra v bie-
nes de las personas .fueran las
primeras en desconocer los de-
rechos legtimamente adquiri-
dos al amparo de contratos vi-
gentes v de las disposiciones de
la ley. La persecucin contra la
Compaa Panamea de Fuer-
za y Luz por parte del Conseio
Municipal de Coln y el Alcalde
de aquel Distrito ha llegado va
a tal extremo, que estorba
grandemente el funcionamien-
to de la Empresa. Una breve
citacin de los acuerdos y dis-
posiciones municipales expedi-
das por las autoridades de Co-
ln, en perjuicio de la Compa-
rta, convencern a usted y al
rgano Eiecutivo de lo que aqu
afirmamos.
El da 28 de Enero de 1949. el
Consejo Municipal de Coln,
expidi el Acuerdo No. 9. "Por
el cual se establece un Impues-
to y se crea una oficina para
el control de los medidores de
energa elctrica". (Anexo No.
1). Por medio de este Acuerdo,
se cre un impuesto de B.0.50
por cada contador monofsico
de energa elctrica y de B.1.00
por cada contador trifsico, y
se dispuso que, tal impuesto
deben pagarlo las empresas
privadas de energa elctrica y
no los clientes. Dispuso tambin
el referido Acuerdo oue el Al-
calde del Distrito y el Tesorero
Municipal dictarn todas las
medidas oue estimen conve-
nientes para evitar que dicho
impuesto reoercuta en las clien-
tes, y que ste sea parado "di-
recta y exclusivamente" por las
compaas o empresas privadas
de energa elctrica. Todo el
mundo sabe que en la ciudad
de Coln hav una sola empresa
que produce y suministra ener-
ga elctrica, y que esa empre-
sa es la Compaa Panamea
de Fuerza y Luz.
En la forma ms respetuosa
se le hizo saber al Honorebl?
Conseio Municipal de Coln y
al seor Alcalde del Distrito
que. ese gravamen era confis-
ca torio porque estableca un
impuesto "individual" de B.0.50
sobre algunos servicios que slo
pagan B0.25. Que en tales casos
la Compaa no solamente ten-
dra que entregarle al Munici-
pio de Coln los B.0.25 que re-
cibe del cliente, sino tambin
P 025 ms de sus propios fon-
dos, por cada ctente para com-
pletar el tributo. Oue tal im-
puesto era a todas lunes absur-
do y que no nodria soportarlo
la gran mavoria de las cuentas
cue apenas llegaban a B.3.00
por mes.
Se le inform, adems, al
Conseio Municipal de Coln y
al seor Alcalde del Distrito
oue. la Comnaa Panamea de
Fuerza, y Luz produce v vende
energa elctrica. Que ese im-
puesto era por su naturaleza
"indirecto" v ove tenia que re-
percutir invariablemente en los
consumidores. One la Compa-
a tiene una "Concesin" vi-
gente, autorizada por la Lev 45
de 1916. nu la exime de im-
puestos nacionales v municipa-
les, v solicitaba que. m'entra.s
estuviera en vigor esa "Conce-
sin" debe respetarse por las
autoridades, si es que algn
valor tienen los contratos en
este pas. Como ningn argu-
mento fue vlido ni para el
Consejo Municinal ni para el
seor Alcalde del Distrito, hubo
que formular un recurso d" "le-
na jurisdiccin ante el Tribu-
nal de lo Contencioso Ar1m'",'-
trat.lvo solicitando la SUSPEN-
SION PROVISIONAL v la A-
NULACTON del referido Acuer-
do municipal de Coln, asi co-
mo tambin del Acuerdo No. 32
del mismo ao. por el cnal se
adiciona el anterior. (Anexo
No. 2'.
El 12 de febrero de 1951. el
Tribunal de lo Contencioso Ad-
ministrativo. SUSPENDI los
efectos de los Acuerdos No. 9
de 28 de Enero de 1949 y N- 32
del mismo ao. hasta tanto se
decida la accin contencioso
administrativa cue haba ln-
clado la Compaa Panamea
de Fuerza v Luz. (Anexo No. 3).
Pero cul no seria nuestra sor-
. presa, cuando cinco (51 das
DESPUS el Juez Ejecutor Mu-
nicipal de Coln, dicta un auto
ejecutivo demandando el pago
del impuesto que se haba sus-
i pendido, que ascenda a B.83.-
625.00 -de principal ms B.6.-
362.50 de recargo, y expresaba
I oue, los pastes v costas del Jui-
cio se liquidaran oportuna-
mente. (Anexo No. 4). De ese
auto ejecutivo se interpuso ln-
i mediatamente reconsidersej n
1 y apel en subsidio. (Anex No
,5).
El da 3 de Abril de 1951. el
Licenciado Jorge A. Rodrguez,
i Juez Segundo del Circuito de
; Panam, en asocio del Secreta-
! rio del Tribunal, don Eduardo
Ferguson M., v de los peritos
i Mario Cal y Andrs Caries, se
i presentaron a las oficinas de la
Comoaia con el objeto de prac-
ticar la diligencia de Inventa-
rlo y avalo de los bienes em-
bargables de la Empresa (Anexo
No. 6. Explic el seor Juez oue
lo hacia cumpliendo exhorto li-
brado por el Juez Ejecutor Mu-
nicipal de Coln.
El Gerente de la Empresa, se-
o- Oone L. Capwell, le ma-
I nifest al seor Juez aue la
'Cornosna Panamea de Fuerza
y Luz tena invertidos en' las
ciudades de Panam y Coln,
ms de veintids millones
(B.22.000,000.001 de balboas y
que no comprenda cmo poda
drsele semejante trato a la
Compaa. Como el seor Juez
insisti en proceder a embar-
gar los bienes de la Compaa,
se presentaron v entreearon
cheques por valor de B.90.284.06
oue an se encuentran en po-
der del Juez Ejecutor Munici-
pal de Coln.
Por sentencia de fecha 13 de
Julio en curso, el Tribunal de
lo Contencioso Administrativo,
REVOCO el auto ejecutivo y el
auto de embargo expedidos por
el Juez Ejecutor Municipal de
Coln (Anexo No. 7), y en la
parte motiva de dicha senten-
cia, se extienden las siguientes
consideraciones:
"Este Tribunal considera que
el Juez Ejecutor no poda dlc-
! tar dicho auto en tales condi-
! clones, ni aun alegando como
se ha hecho, que lo que se es-
taba cobrando eran los impues-
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que llega a hacer compaa a los grandes
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tos correspondientes a los aos
de 1949 y 1950, porque dicho A-
cuerdo ha sido acusado de- ile-
galidad ante este Tribunal v
suspendidos sus efectos, y bajo
el amparo del mismo., sin de-
terminarse su legalidad o Ile-
galidad, no poda ejecutarse
posteriormente, ninguna accin
tendiente a cobrar los Impues-
tos establecidos.
A lo anterior cabe agregar
que por auto para mejor pro-
vaer el Tribunal requiri un
i Certificado del Director Gene-
ral de Correos v Telecomuni-
: raciones sobre la fecha en que
fue recibida la nota No. 66 de
18 de Febrero del presente ao,
en que se le comunicaba al Pre-
sidente del Consejo Municipal
de Cc'u el Biiti en ylrh'd dpi
cual se suspenda provisional-
mente los eiecios del Acuerdo
No. 9 de 28 de Enero de 1949,
y que reciba esa informacin
del Director de Correos de Co-
ln, ella indica que el dia .fi de
Febrero fue recibida la Nota en
las Oficinas de Correos y reti-
rada el da 19 en las horas de
la maana por el seor Julio
de la Rosa, portero del Conse-
io Municipal. Y one a pesar de
ello, ese mismo da. se envi la
Nota No. 517 de 19 de Febrero
iFs. 32 expediente azul) acom-
paando unos recibos para el
cobro por la va ejecutiva al
Juez Ejecutor Municipal, que
mismo dia fue nombrado Secre-
tario ad-hoc de dicho Juez el
seor Ismael Estrada, quien
recibi la comunicacin de su
nombramiento y ese mismo dia
a las 11 de la maana se pose-
sion del cargo de Secretarlo.
Luego ai 21 de febrero se libr
el mandamiento de pago y pos-
teriormente se continuaron los
trmites del juicio.
De ello se desprende que el
Presidente de esta entidad tuvo
conocimiento del Auto de Sus-
pensin dictado por este Tribu-
nal, con oportunidad para In-
formarlo as a las dems fun-
cionarlos encargados del cum-
plimiento del Acuerdo No. 9 de
28 de Enero de 1949. acusando
de Ilegal, a fin de evitar que
el Juez Ejecutor procediera a
cobrar por la va ejecutiva los
impuestos establecidos".
El dia 25 de Agosto de 1949.
el Conseio Municipal de Coln
expidi el Acuerdo No. 32. "Por
el cual se adiciona el Acuerdo
No. 9 de 28 de Enero de 1949".
y en l se establecen penas de
multa de B.5.00 a B.25.00 por
cada contador que se instale en
el D'strito de Coln, o que se
mantenga funcionando, sin oue
se hubiere pagado el Impuesto:
y se concedi accin popular
r- -- rf.ruinrl" e.S C8J50S (A-
nexo No, 2) En el recurso de
plena Jurisdiccin que se pre-
sent ante el Tribunal de lo
Contencioso Administrativo pl-
d'^ndo la suspensin y anula-
cin del Acuerdo No. 9 de 28 de
Enero de 1949. se pld tam-
bin la suspensin v anulacin
de este secundo acuerdo.
Tan pronto como entr, en vi-
gor el Acuerdo No. 32 de 25 de
Agosto de 1949, comenzaron los
denuncios, la Imposicin de
multas a la Compaa, y nos-
otros comenzamos tambin a
apelar y a recurrir de hecho
ante el Gobernador de la Pro-
vincia. (Anexos Nos. 8. 9 y 10>
alegando y sosteniendo que no
se trataba en estos casos de
multas Impuestas por faltas de
polica correccional, sino para
asuntos de carcter fiscal al
negarse la Compaa Paname-
a de Fuerza y Luz a pagar un
mpuesto municipal cuva ilega-
lidad se habia demandado ante
el tribunal de lo Contencioso
Administrativo. Pero la ofusca-
cin del seor Alcalde de Coln,
lleg a tal extremo, que le co-
munic arresto personalmente
ni Ingeniero seor George L.
Capwell. Vicepresidente y Ge-
rente General de la Compaa,
si sta no pagaba Inmediata-
mente las multas que se le ha-
bir-n Impuesto a la Compaa.
El Ingeniero seor Canwell
e sostuvo al Alcalde de Coln
fit* no pod'a arrestarlo a l
personalmente, por multas que
se le haban impuesto a la
Compaa Panamea de Fuer-
za v Luz. oue es una persona
Jurdica distinta, y si no hubie-
ra sido por la oportuna Inter-
vencin de una tercera persona,
amljo de ambos, quin sabe
cul-habria sido el resultado, o
cul seria el resultado de esta
campaa d persecucin oue.
Injustificadamente han em-
prendido contra una empresa
norteamericana establecida le-
galmente en el pais, algunos
funcionarios municipales de
C0UMIU
dTugTas FAIRBANKS, *
"SECRETO DE ESTADO"
(STATE SECRET)
- con -
GLYNIS JOHNS
Jack HAWKINS
y -
HERBERT 1.0 M
SBADO 11 P M
"OBSTINO EN
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- inn -
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Vlvcca L1NDFORS
Coln.
Nosotros comprendemos, se-
or Ministro, que hay paname-
os que no simpatizan con los
norteamericanos, como lo de-
i muestra con sus actuaciones el
seor Alcalde Municipal de Co-
ln. Que hay autoridades 'muni-
cipales que combaten al capital
extranjero; que le niegan pro-
teccin y garanta a los nego-
cios; cue pretenden abolir el
derecho de la propiedad priva-
da v recurrir a la comunidad
de bienes y, finalmente, que
hay panameos que obstruyen
sistemticamente las buenas
relaciones que existen, y oue
deben existir, entre panameos
y norteamericanos por el bien
del pais. Pero esos panameos
seor Ministro, no tienen dere-
cho de valerse de sus posiciones
oficiales para desenfrenar sus
sentimientos personales ni pa-
ra imponer sus Ideas polticas,
desarrollando una campaa
desleal que tanto dao le hace
a la Repblica. Esa campaa
debe refrenarse cuanto antes,
si es que se desea que la Zona
Libre de Coln sea un xito.
El 30 de Abril de 1951. el
Consejo Municipal de Coln
expidi el Acuerdo No. 4, "Por
el cual se establece un impues-
to de B.0.50 por cada contador
de gas comercial (Anexo No.
11). Establece el referido a-
cuerdo que ese Impuesto deben
pagarlo las empresas privadas
que produzcan y vendan gas
comercial, y bien sabido es oue
la nica empresa que hace este
negocio en la ciudad de Coln
es la Compaa Panamea de
Fuerza y Luz. Crea, adems,
ese acuerdo, penas de multa
para las "compaas", sus "apo-
derados", "representantes", "ge-
rentes", o "agentes locales" que
no cumplan con el referido a-
cuerdo. Contra este nuevo a-
cuerdo, tambin se ha recurri-
do ante el Tribunal de lo Con-
tencioso Administrativo, pi-
diendo su suspensin y anula-
cin, con el consiguiente gas-
to para la Compaa.
El dia 24 de Mayo de 1951. el
seor Alcalde del Distrito de
Coln, le dirigi al seor Vice-
presidente y Gerente General
de la Compaa Panamea de
Fuerza y Luz, la Nota No. 373.
cuya copla le remito adjunta
(Anexo No. 12), Imponindole
un sinnmero de restricciones a
las operaciones materiales de la
Empresa en la ciudad de Coln.
Esa nota fue contestada por
carta D. L. No. 51-394 de fecha
20 de Junio ltimo (Anexo No.
13) cuya copla tambin se re-
mita adjunto.
El dia 21 de Junio de 1951. el
Consejo Municipal de Coln ex-
pidi el Acuerdo No. 7, por el
cual se establecen sanciones
por el Incumplimiento de a-
cuerdos municipales (Anexo
No. 14), redactado con el pre-
meditado propsito de conti-
nuar mortificando a la Compa-
a Panamea de Fuerza y Luz,
como puede verse por la copia
que se remite adjunto:
Perq como si toda es acampa-
na de persecucin y de dificul-
tades contra una empresa nor-
Samericana establecida legal-
snte en el pais no fueran su-
ficiente, cursan actualmente
en el Consejo Municipal de Co-
ln TRE8 '31 NUEVOS A-
CUERDOS ms. encaminados a
anacin :,:';:
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f calmonf dilrnlm
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de madera obtienen mejor y ms perdurable
brillo cuando usa la nueva clase de cera
la Crema de Cera Johnson's. No contiene,
com i otras ceras, substancias aceitosas a las
que se les pega el polvo, ni producen man-
chad o se empaan despus de unas horas.
La Crema de Cera Johnson's limpia y lustra
al mismo tiempo. Por lo tanto es mas fcil
de usar. Compre la magnfica Crema de Cera
Johnson's hoy mismo.
2*ema de CERA JOHNSON'S
Distribuidores:
TROPIDURA ;
continuar mortificando a la
Compaa. Estos acuerdos con-
tienen las siguientes medidas.
loAcuerdo por el cual se
establece un impuesto de B.0.50
sobre los aparatos telefnicos y
se fijan penas (Anexo No. 15).
2o.Acuerdo por el cual se
establecen sanciones pra las
empresas que susoendan los
servicios de agua. gas. energa
elctrica y telfonos por moro-
sidad en el pago de tales ser-
vicios, sin llenar los requisitos
exigidos por la Ley 40 de 1951
(Anexo No. 16), y
3o.Acuerdo por el cual se
reglamenta el sistema de medi-
das usado para determinar el
consumo de energa elctrica y
gas. (Anexo No. 17 ltimo p-
rrafo). En uno de estos proyec-
tos se pretende prohibir a la
Compaa que pueda leer sus
propios contadores, en la inter-
vencin de un inspector muni-
cipal.
Bien conocida es, seor Minis-
tro, por el Consejo Municipal de
Coln, y por el Alcalde de a-
quel Distrito, la Ley 102 de 1941,
por la cual se crea un organis-
mo oficial dependiente del Mi-
nisterio de Obras Pblicas, am-
pliamente autorizado para In-
tervenir en todas las activida-
des de las empresas de utilidad
pblica, estableciendo la regla-
mentacin necesaria para ga-
rantizar y proteger los derechos
de las personas naturales y ju-
rdica que presten esos servi-
cios y los del pblico en gene-
ral, y no obstante existir esa
ley, el Consejo Municipal de
Coln v el Alcalde de aquel Dis-
trito INSISTEN en crear orga-
nismos municipales que desem-
peen esas mismas funciones.
El dia 28 de Septiembre de
1950, el rgano Ejecutivo con
la aprobacin de la Comisin
Legislativa Permanente, y con
el propsito .quiz de ponerle
coto a los abusos y arbitrarie-
dades de algunos funcionarlos
municipales, expidi el Decre-
to-Ley 22 QUE ESTA EN VI-
GOR desde el 8 de Noviembre
de aquel ao, el cual aparece
publicado en la Gaceta Oficial
No. 11.815 de fecha 9 de Octu-
bre de 1950. Los artculos 8 y 10
del referido Decreto-Ley, son
del tenor siguiente:
"Ar*'"ulo 8o.Las disposicio-
nes del presente Decreto-Ley
sern aplicables a las siguien-
tes actividades econmicas:
a) Produccin, distribucin y
suministro de energa elctrica
y de comunicaciones telefni-
cas;
b) Produccin, distribucin y
suministro de combustible.
c) Aprovechamiento de fuer-
zas hidrulicas para cualquiera
fines;
d) Distribucin y suministro
de aguas, en reas urbanas o
rurales, para consumo pblico
o para Irrigacin:
a) Construccin de represas,
embalses, desages y drena-
jes, y
f) Suministro del uso de Im-
plementos, aparatos, equipos y
maquinaria agrcolas a los a-
grlcultores".
"Articulo 10Queda dentro
de la rb'ta de las fundones
nacionales la regulacin de to-
das las actividades a que se
refiere el articulo 8o. de este
Decreto-Ley y, por tanto, tales
actividades quedan excluidas de
la rbita de las funciones mu-
nicipales y las Municipios no
pueden someter dichas activi-
dades a reglamentaciones de
ninguna clase ni a pago de Im-
puestos, derechos, contribucio-
nes u otros gravmenes".
Pero aun estando como est
en visor el referido Decreto-
Ley No, 22 de 1950. oue EXCLU-
YA EXPRESAMENTE de la r-
bita municipal los servicios
que prestan aleunas empresas
de utilidad pblica, entre ellas
la Compaa Panamea de
Fuerza v Luz. el Consejo Mu-
riipii rif. Coln v el Alcalde de
aquel DIstrJto, han continuado,
v continan estableciendo lm-
-i-esto'j. reglamentos y sancio-
-.* r" t~rio tipo, contra la
Compaa Panamea de Fuerza
v Luz.
Los actos de referencia cons-
tituyen una invasin directa de
las facultades del Ministerio a
c-i riiT.0 rorp-Q. v se hriDOne la
necesidad de tomar medidas
para que no se sigan descono-
ciendo. En efecto, la Ley 102
de 1941. ante citada, encomien-
da a las tarifas de las empresas
de servicio pblico. Como sera
posible, seor Ministro, elereer
dicha facultad si loa munlclolos
pueden imponer gravmenes
su antolo. mxime como en
el presente caso en oue no se
hizo ningn estudio para deter-
minar la capacidad de la em-
presa para resistir semelantes
gravmenes que a Ja simo)*
vista revistan el carcter de
conflscatorlos. Ningn trabajo
de esta naturaleza tendria es-
tabilidad o efecto en semelan-
tes condiciones y la facultad
privativa de ese Ministerio re-
MU SIC ALIA PorDorreml
Eduardo Charpentier, flautista
Anoche, en el Teatro Nacio-
nal, ofreci un concierto un
grupo de solistas: como eje de
ellos figuraba Eduardo Char-
pentier, el flautista que acaba
de regresar de Paris, tras una
brillante temporada en el fa-
moso Conservatorio de la ca-
pital de Francia, donde ha ob-
tenido las mejores notas, y tras
otra temporada, no menos in-
teresante para su formacin co-
mo artista, en el Conservatorio
de Chicago. Eduardo Charpen-
tier se habia graduado previa-
mente en el Conservatorio de
Panam con mximos honores.
La acogida que le proporcio-
n el pblico fue cariosa, a-
lentadora: la que se mereca el
artista. Habia confeccionado un
programa magnficamente serio.
Ello contribuy al triunfo. Por-
que tanto el cuarteto en Re
Mayor de Mozart, park flauta,
violin, viola y chelo, como la
sonata-trio en sol mayor de J.
S. Bach, para dos nautas y
sultaria del todo inocua.
Es desalentador el espec-
tculo de un Municipio pre-
tendiendo coartar los derechos
a un Ministerio de Estado con-
signado por una lev nacional.
En efecto, se amenaza imponer
disposiciones en el sentido de
que el ejercicio de derechos de-
rivados de la Ley 40 de 1941
queda supeditado al cumpli-
miento de la modalidad de que
sea aprobada la cuenta respec-
tiva por parte del consumidor.
La Ley de referencia consigna
el derecho del cliente para ob-
jetar la cuenta, y no pueden los
municipios establecer condicio-
nes distintas ni aun se pretex-
to de reglamentar la ley. pues
ellos no tienen tal facultad.
Se pretende, asimismo, con-
ceder facultades al Inspector
de la Oficina de Seguridad pa-
ra consumo en el caso de cue-
las de los consumidores.,1 Ins-
pector de referencia ocupa uri
puesto creado por la Nacin y
sus facultades no pueden ser
ampliadas por los Municipios
ni pueden stos sealarle nue-
vos deberes y atribuciones.
Dice el articulo 18 de nuestra
Carta Magna que las autorida-
des municipales TIENEN EL
DEBER de cumplir y hacer
cumplir no solamente la Cons-
titucin v las leves de la Rep-
blica, sino tambin los DECRE-
TOS y ORDENES DEL EJECU-
TIVO, y las resoluciones de los
tribunales da 'a justicia ordina-
ria y administrativa ,v tal DE-
BER no se est cumpliendo por
las entidades municipales men-
cionadas. Pero hay ms, seor
Ministro, la persecucin que ha
desatado contra 1% Compaa
Panamea de Fuerza y Luz el
Consejo Municipal de Coln v el
Alcalde de aquel Distrito, roza
muy de cerca con los artculos
150 y 164 del Cdigo Penal.
Por todo lo expuesto, venanos
a solicitar al rgano Ejecutivo
pdr el digno conducto de usted
que. se toma alguna determina-
cin para refrenar esa persecu-
cin que ha desatado contra la
Compaa Panamea de Fuerza
y Luz, el Consejo Municipal de
Coln y especialmente el Al-
calde del Distrito, ya sea direc-
tamente el rgano Ejecutivo
como suprema autoridad admi-
nistrativa, segn el ordinal 2o.
del articulo 143 de la Consti-
tucin, o ya sea ordenando la
suspensin de esa campaa de
persecucin de conformidad con
el articulo 188 de la misma: o
ya sea por conducto del seor
Procurador de la Nacin, a
quien compete vigilar la con-
ducta oficial de los funciona-
rlos y empleados pblicos.
La actuacin v persecucin
del Consejo Municipal de Co-
ln, y especialmente la del Al-
calde de aquel Distrito, se hace
ya intolerable, y le viene ha-
ciendo un gran dao al pais,
especialmente al Distrito de Co-
ln, en donde se acaba de esta-
blecer la Zona Libre. Qu con-
fianza puede merecerle al co-
mercio de Coln y a la Zona Li-
bre, un estado de cosas seme-
jante que revela persecucin y
zana contra una empresa nor-
teamericana establecida legal-
mente rn el pais? Denunciamos
a usted, pues, formalmente es-
tos hechos inslitos, y no duda-
mos que el rgano Ejecutivo
sabr ponerle fin a semejantes
abusos de autoridad.
Para probar todo cuanto a-
quf afirmamos, remitimos a us-
ted adjunto, copla de los a-
cuerdos v disposiciones a que
nos hemos referido en el curso
de esta carta.
Con sentimientos de nuestra
mayor consideracin. Quedamos
de usted, atento servidor. .
Por la Compaa Panamea
de Fuerza y Luz,
Edm. Molino.
Jefe del Departamento Legal.
plano, son obras de categora
indiscutible; y luego las obra
de autores franceses modernos
aunque Roussel no es.tan mo-
derno... en lo que a edad sai
refiere eran de las que t
escuchan con agrado. Yo re-
cuerdo que estaba en Pars en'
1929 y asist, por el mea de,
abril, a conciertos consagrados,
a los sesenta aos de Roussel :>
entonces se estren su "Albora-
da Mascarada" para pequea i
orquesta, sencillamente encan-i
tadora. Y se ejecutaron compo-i
slclones de Beck, de Honegger,
dedicadas a Roussel.
Eduardo Charpentier nter-:
pret anoche con su padre, mi
buen amigo Eduardo E. Char-
pentier, el Trio Sonata de Bach,1
tan hermoso. Me asegura Saint1
Malo que esta sonata se ejecu-'
ta tambin para dos viollnes y'
piano: lo cierto es que emoclo-!
na con las flautas. Y que la-
interpretaron d e 11 c i osamenta!
padre e hijo. Motivo de satis-
faccin para el Director de la
Banda Republicana debi da
haber sido el concierto de ano-,
che: y se le notaba al buen
msico. La devocin por la m-,
sica se trasmite, se incuba. Un
abrazo para Eduardo R. Char-
pentier. i
Acompaaron a Eduardo
Charpentier en el cuarteto dai
Mozart Alexander Felnland, com
su violin, Teodoro Tlrelll, com
su viola y la seora Felnland;
con su violonchelo. Se sabore1
el cuarteto, cuyo rond es mi-1
lagroso.
Me placieron los "Joueurs dal
Flute" de Rousell: hay una gra-'
ca fina y delicada en esta m-'
sica. Eduardo Charpentier los'
Interpret con arte, muy bien
acompaado por Janowitz en el
plano. Los dos Interludios do,
Ibert me parecieron lo menos,
alto, aunque sabiamente com-,
puestos: Saint Malo estuvo, co-
mo siempre, admirable, al al-
ternar con el Joven flautista.
Siguieron el "Nocturno" y l
"allegro Scharzando" de Phi-
lllppe Gaubert. muy gratos, y
una "ancora" de Ravel; las tres
piezas ejecutadas por Charpen-
tier con Janowitz al piano. '
En resumen: un concierto ex-
quisito y un artista joven y au-
tntico: Eduardo Charpentier.
Nos ofrecer composiciones su-
yas en el prximo concierto?
Ojal...
habichuelas tiernai
BIRDS EYE!
Son tan paESCAS como acaba-
das de recoger en la hortaliza!
Vienen picadas, limpias, con to-
do su sabor original, listas para
cocinarlas y servirlas en unos
momentos.
Prubelas hoy mismo y pro-
cure las otras legumbres, frutas.
aves y pescado de Birds Eye.
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JUEVES. AGOSTO 9. 1951
14 PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPEND
LENTE
HOY-CECILIA
ESTRENO DE LA MUY COMENTADA
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No& .
INMORflL
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expresin*
DE ARTE
JAMAS PUEDE
SERLO/
Canto a la. Btlloxa Natural dt la Mujer Tkoftfcal-
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Y Los Artistes Panameos
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S:M Don Qukero
dramatizacin
cortesa de Avena Quaker
1:45 Cuarteto Mayo
dirige Rene Santos
t:M Noticiero
cortesa de los Almacenes
"Perelra"
4:15 Dedicatorias
5:45 Drcula, El Hombre
Vampiro
dramatizacin RPA
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
por Nacho Valds
6:15 Cantan Los 3 Diamantes
6:30 Sucesos de la Humanidad
dramatizacin RPA
4:45 Sus canciones preferidas
cortesa de la Floristera
Valvn
7:M Lucho Amarrara
y su rfano
cortesa del Ron
Carta Vieja
7:15 Lasos de Odio
dramatizacin, cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel
7:30 Pginas de Amor
dramatizacin, cortesa de
El guila Imperial
7:45 La Vox Emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
8:00 El Diario de una Mujer
dramatizacin, cortesa de
Almacenes La Aurora
8:15 Dos canelones y un poema
Carlos M. Porras
y Anita Vlllalaz
cortesa de Max Factor
8:30 Msica espaola
8:45 Msica argentina
9:00 Mujeres Entre Rejas
dramatizacin, cortesa de
Casa Angelini
9:15 Los Trovadores
Romnticos
do Calante
9:30 El Hit Musical de
10:00 Los Panamericanos
10:15 Francia y su msica
10:30 Msica sin palabras
11:00 Buenas noches
1:15
1:30
2.00
2:05
2:80
Los boleros de moda
Cantares de Amrica
Noticias
Orquestas de saln
Sendas musicales
con Anoland
Cort. El guila Imperial
2:45 Su novela favorita
La Bien Pagada
cortesa de Kelvlx
3:00 Momento Romntico
con Ovidio Rodrigues
3:15 Entre dos Amores
(grabacin)
PAGINE NUEVE
JUMsiNai
. ~
Acedia y Mores
El "Aviso Oportuno"
Es Barato y Efectivo
iNCANL*
Aire Acondicionado
MAANA
A LAS 8:30 P. M.
m AQ.ni bi, medio para
COMBATIR EL MAL
. n, 8Tn ndmaro da padecimien-
to* del eatomaaro son causados por
I exceso de cido clorhdrico en
el estOmaso. Los delicados tejidos
del estmago se Irritan, hay aru-
rae, dolores y e! alimento se arria
rpidamente, causando los snto-
mas desagradables que tan bien
conocen todos aquellos que sufren
del estmago.
i Lo que se necesita en satos oa-
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xeiso de acides, compre en cual-
quier farmacia NEOTRACTD, di-
solviendo una cucharadlta a
medio raso de agua. Esto neu-
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muy poco. Miles de personas
que lo usan diariamente disfrutan
ahora de los placeres de la masa
sin ningn temor a esos trasto*-
noa.
ULTIMA ELIMINACIN
DEL GRAN CONCURSO DE
MAMBO y BOLEROS
AMENIZADO POR
ARMANDO BOZA Y SU ORQUESTA
ISABEL1TA SAENZ La Novia del Tango
JULY Mambo en Su Propio Estilo
MARIA DEL CABMEN Gracia y Salero
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Hoy
MAANA VIERNES
A.M.
8:00
6:03
6:30
6:45
1:00
7:80
7:45
8:00
8:15
8:8*
8:45
9:00
9:30
10:48
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45
12:00
P.M.
12:15
12:30
1:00
Buenos das
Almanaque de la
Panamericana
Noticiero RPA
Msica para el desayuno
Sabores de mi tierra
Noticiero RPA
Su meloda predilecta
Fiesta en Manhattan
La Discoteca
Internacional
Hablan los astros
con Antlnea
Cantares dt Mexico
Los clasificados del alrt
Dedicatorias
Noticiero RPA
El mundo del vals
La Novela Matinal
Entre dos Amores
Cuba, su msica y
sus compositores
El Fakir Urbano"
(control remoto). Cortesa
de la Empresa Mayo
Serenata espaola
Noticiero
cortesa de "La Hora-
Lucho Ascrraga
y su rcano
cortesa de la Fbrica
Nacional de Salchichas
Variedades musicales
HOY
COLUMBA DOMNGUEZ
R0OERT0 CAEDO in
un ma he mm
Con ROSAURA KVUITAS rtNAmo FElNANDfZ
EDUARDO AROZAMNA ARTURO SOTO RANGCL
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El Primer Bailarn del Cine
Triunfador en "Al Son
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- en -
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MI IttVf
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JOSEFINA DEL MAR
CARLOS VALADEZ
SYLVIA DERBEZ
UN HOMBRE QUE TIENE
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Los ms modernos bailes
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UN CAMPEONATO DE
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DAVID SILVA
RAFAEL BALEDON
LILIA PRADO
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rf
Las balas eran su Ley... La muerte su
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Tal era la poblacin en que los hombres
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con Yolanda Parolo Armando Osorlo
PROHIBIDA para MENORES de 18 lOSI
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Pitos, Flautas y Piratas"
Lew Ayres. en
"SIN NOVEDAD EN EL
FRENTE"________
VARIEDADES
UN AMOR TRUNCADO POR
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Roberto
CAMBO

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HISPANO
Farley Granger, en
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William Holden, en
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Julin Soler, en
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Armando Calvo, en
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J^ATRO_EDISON_
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Alan Ladd. en
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Robert Cumminfi. en
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- y -
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IDEAL
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