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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
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TWENTY-SIXTH If EAR
(NEA Telephoto)
BEHIND THEM, HISTORY Cadet Harold Moores (right) o
South Portland, Me., stands with his father, Pitt H. Moores,
on the West Point campus as they read Coach Earl Blaik'g
press statement on the dismissal of 90 cadets for cribbing on
exams. Behind them Is the statue of Col. Thayer, founder of
the Academy and its honor system.
ACADEMY HEAD TALKS MaJ. Gen. Frederick A. Irving,
superintendent of the United States Military Academy, sits
down with reporters at West Point for his first presa
conference since disclosure of the ouster of 90 cadets for
exam cribbing.
Arnulfo Arias Flatly Denies.
Killing Gomez In Presidencia
armwsPAm
Panama Attelcmi
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PANAMA, K. P., FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1951
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'Agree Or Fight' Stand Byt UN
Seen As Only Hope For Decision
Reds May Display Yank POWs
In East Berlin 'Sideshow
BERLIN, Aug. 10 (UP)East
German youths from the Rus-
sian-occupied zone of Germany
foured into. East Berlin by the
housands today to reinforce
the 500,000 already there for
Sunday's gigantic "Peace Pa-
rade."
.During this parade the Com-
munists may unveil their "side-
show" of United States war
prisoners captured in Korea.
The headquarters of the Brit-
ish high commission here said
last week that It had evidence
that 50 such merlcans. Might
be exhibited during the parade.
The prisoners would be bally-
hooed as American soldiers who
had been "converted into peace
fighters."
As the Sunday parade is the
highlight of the 15-day world-
Former President of Panam,
Dr. Arnulfo Arias, today empha-
tically denied any connection
with the shooting of Major Al-
fredo Gmez during the bloody
overthrow at the Presidencia last"
May 10.
In a signed statement, deliv-
ered this morning to a reporter
of The Panam American, Arnul-
fo broke the long silence sur-
rounding the hooting inside the
Presidencia and at the same time
charged that he ha3 been held
"practically Incomunicado."
The two-time President, who
has been jailed since he-was de-
posed by the National Assembly
and routed out of the Presiden-
cia by gunfire, charged that his
testimony regarding the events
of May have been kept secret by
the investigating official.
Arnulfo'a statement follows:
"I have been Informedde-
spite the fact that I am practic-
ally incomunicadothat the dis-
trict attorney, m order to com-
plete the investigations he has
made with regards to the violent
death of Major Alfredo L. G-
mez, has charged me, or will
charge me, with murder.
"I Wish to make public. In the
most emphatic way, since my tes-
timony has been kept secret by
the Investigating official, that it
is not true that I shot Major Go-
mez. If the Investigation----had
Texas Swelters
At 116 Degrees;
19 Die Of Heat
DALLAS. Aug. 10 (UP) Texas
Is sweltering In a heat wave
which has hit 118 degrees and
claimed 19 lives.
Of these heat deaths 10 were m
Houston, six in Dallas.
The hot dry weather has grip-
ped the state for a month, but
the peak was reached this week.
Cattle are being sent to mar-
kets as waterholes dry up and
ranges turn brown.
The cotton crop is being scaled
down from the record figures
previously prophesied.
been made with Impartiality It
would have ascertained the ver-
acity of the categoric statement
I have Just made, due to the fact
that many persons were present
at the time of the tragedy and
saw with their own eyes that I'
was on the upper floor of the
Presidencia when Major Gmez
was still on the stairway alive
and well.
"The part I played In the Pres-
idential Palace the 10th of May
was that of Chief of State, be-
cause the Natipnal Assembly did
not notify me about my suspen-
sion. Even if I had been notified
this could not have been made ef-
fective until a petition of annul-
ment, to which I was entitled,
could have been acted upon.
"Furthermore, I slept In my
private residence the night of
May 9 and returned to th Presi-
dencia at 9:30 on the morning of
May 10. with the full support of
the National Police.
(Sgd.) Arnulfo Arias."
Pern's Cadillac
Gels Home Comforts
-All Bullel-Proof
DETROIT, Aug. 10 (UP) Ar-
gentina) President Juan Pern's
new $11,000 Cadillac limousine la
being fitted with air condition-
ing, a built-in bar. televlaUsa,
telephones, a midget refrigera-
tor and bullet-proof glass.
. Ken Whltlock, whose firm will
install the cooling system and
refrigerator today said the price
o! the limousine is hardly infla-
tionary, considering that one or
Hitler's cast-off old cars once
brought $30,000.
A Chicago radio firm win in-
stall a television screen visible
only to the rear seat passengers.
Jump seats will be torn out to
make room for folding tables and
a bar.
By the time Pern gets his car,
it will be well broken In. The car's
speedometer has already ticked
off 850 miles in making the
rounds for the Installation of all
the special luxury accessories.
Brace of Airliners
Return to Shannon
With Bad Engines
LONDON, Aug. 10 (UP) Two
alrnners flying a total of 91 pas-
sengers from Germany to New
York developed engine trouble
over the Atlantic last night for-
cing them to turn back for emer-
gency landings at Shannon Air-
port In Ireland.
No one was injured. The char-
tered American DC-4 with 70
Germans aboard returned after
the trouble started 800 miles over
sea.
The second plane a fan-Am-
erican Airways Stratocrulier,
carrying 21 passengers developed
trouble In one engine when it
was 500 miles out, and trouble In
the second engine on its way
back to Shannon.
The stratocruiser also burst a
tire when It landed on two en-
gines- :_______________
publicized Communist show It
is thought likely that the Reds
would use it to show off their
American converts provided
they had any.
Communist Youth "Auxiliary
Police" have been sent into
West Berlin to seek out young
Communists avoiding the festi-
val, say the West Berlin police.
A truckload of 31 such auxilia-
ries was arrested last night in
the United States sector.
Apparently the auxiliaries
planned to stop all Communist
youths they found in the West
sectors and take their festival
credentials from them.
This dispatch of auxiliaries
to the Western sectors was the
latest Communist tactic to
stem the westward flow of Com-
munist youths to look at neon-
lit show windows, new cars, and
luxuries undreamed of In the
eastern zone.
West Berlin officials estimate
200.000 eastern youths have
visited the Western sectors
sines the rally opened last Sun-
day.
"Whan I went into West Ber-
lin yesterday, one eastern uni-
versity coed said. "I felt that I
was shabby, that my hair was
frisay, and that no man would
{refer me to the West Berllners
saw In high heels and good
looking -dresses."
"I'm sick or parading," a
high school girl .skid. "I would
like some man to whistle at me.
Is It true that men whistle at
girls in the West?"
The West Berlin Telegraf
said today that at least four
Troop Train Hits
'Southern Belle;'
2 Dead, 60 Hurt
NSW ROADS, Louisiana, Aug
10 (UP)A Kansas City South-
ern Railway express and a
troop train loaded with 500
United States marines collided
head on near here today.
State police reported at least
two dead and 60 Injured.
A passenger on the Southern
Belle express reported that: "A
Negro coach is off the tracks
and on fire, and lots of coaches
of both trains art on fire."
He said the accident happen-
ed so fast he didn't know what
happened till he found himself
on the floor.
Czech's Skoda Arms
Find Way to France
FURTH IM WALD. Germany.
Aug. 10 (UP)A shipment of
small arms for France anived
at this West German border
point today from the Skoda
works in Czechoslovakia.
France bellevedly will trade
lumber in return.
'Big Mo Heads Task Force
With 3,400 Men Due Aug. 18
Some 3,400 midshipmen, offl- accompany the Task Group to
cers and sailors aboard five Na- Panama and fly his flag on the
val vessels spearheaded by the Missouri. Admiral Holloway, for-
battleshlp USS Missouri will visit mer Superintendent of the Unl-
the Isthmus from Aug. 18 to 21. ted States Naval Academy, Is the
The four vessels accompanying originator of the plan to train
the Missouri are destroyers. midshipmen In various selected
The "Mighty Mo" will dock at colleges and universities.
Panama Canal Pier 9, Cristobal at Task Group Commander is
8 a.m. Saturday, August 18. The Captain G. C. Wright, USN. corn-
destroyers are scheduled to berth mandlng officer of the Missouri.
at coco Solo Naval station. Accompanying the battleship are
Aboard the task group are the destroyers USS Vogelgesang
some 1.100 Naval Reserve Train------flagship of Commander C. .
lng Corps Midshipmen, 200 offl- Jones. USN, Commander Destroy- and universities:
cers and 2,100 sailors. Ten civil- cr Division 42 USS Stemaker, University of California at
Ian educators are also making USS H. J. Ellison and USS Bor- Berkeley: University of Calif or -
the cruise as guests of the Navy, delon. nla at Los Angeles; University of
The 3,400 military personnel This cruise is the third of the New Mexico; University of Okla-
will be given routed shore leave, summer training program de- homa; University of Southern
Rear Admiral James L. Hollo- signed to give on-the-sea expe- California; University of Wash-
way, Jr., USN, Commander, rience to more than 9,100 mid- lngton: University of Wisconsin;
Cruiser Force, Atlantic Fleet, will shlpmen from the U.S. Naval (Continned on Page 6. CeL )
Academy and the 52 Naval Re-
serve Officer Training Corps
units throughout the country.
The midshipmen are given
practical training in the art of
fast surface task force operations
utilizing the knowledge gained in
class rooms during their acade-
mic year. The sea curriculum in-
cludes training in navigation,
seamanship, engineering, lead-
ership and gunnery.
The midshipmen to visit here
are from the following colleges
high Communist officials have
been fired for falling to pro-
vide sufficient food for the 500,-
000 young Reds.
Scanty food and Communist
repression have precipitated a
number of clashes between
young Germans and Red police,
resulting in the arrest of at
least 68 youths, the newspaper
said.
The anti-Communist "Infor-
mation Bureau west" also had
reported an outbreak of typhoid
fever in the crowded youth
camps of the Soviet sector, but
Western health authorities had
been unable to confirm the re-
port.
Rowland K. Hazard
Named Magistrate
For Balboa Court
Rowland K. Hazard, Assistant
United States District Attorney.
has been appointed to succeed
Judge Ralph J. Chlttlck as Bal-
boa Magistrate, It has been an-
nounced at Balboa Heights.
Judge Chlttlck has resigned
from the Canal service to accept
a position with a Connecticut
Insurance firm. He and his fa-
mily plan to sail for the States
next Friday.
The date for Hazard to as-
sume his new duties has not
been set. Judge E. I. P. Tatel-
man, Cristobal Magistrate, will
act as Balboa Magistrate in
addition to his regular duties
during the time which may
elapse before the new Magis-
trate takes office.
A native of North Kingston,
Rhode Island, Hazard was gra-
duated magna cum laude from
Holy Cross University In 1934
with a bachelor of arts degree.
He then entered Georgetown
Llilverslty in Washington and
was graduated in law there.
While attending law school he
was also employed In the Post
Ofiice Department.
Hazard is a member of the
District of Columbia bar and is
licensed to practice In the
United States Court of Appeals.
He had several years of specia-
lized legal work before his ap-
pointment as Assistant District
Attorney in the Canal Zone In
February 1948.
He spent two and a half years
In counter Intelligence work for
the United States during World
War II, serving in France, Bel-
gium, Holland, and Germany.
He received the bronze medal
for meritorious service In Bel-
gium. He is a graduate of the
preliminary and advanced train-
ing for counter intelligence of-
ficers.
Prior to his Army service, Ha-
zard served a year and a half
as Clerk of the Second District
Court at Wickford. Rhode Is-
land. In 1942 he was employed
in the U*. S Immigration and
Naturalization Service of the
Justice Department where he
served until entering the Army
in 1943.
During his service with the
Justice Department he attended
and was graduated from the
Special Inspections School of
the Immigration and Naturali-
zation Service in Philadelphia.
He reentered this service after
the end of the war and was sta-
tioned as Special Investigator in
New York City.
Congress To OK
$5i Billion For
ilitary Bases
WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 (UP)
Defense-conscious House mem-
bers, who only yesterday voted
$56,000,000,000 for arms, were ex-
pected to spend a few extra bil-
lions today.
The House Is to consider a se-
ries of defense bills not covered
in yesterday's general appropria-
tions bills which will raise this
year's military appropriations al-
most to World War II levels.
The first bill today, which Is
certain of passage, will authorize
the armed services to spend $5,-
067.720,000 expanding bases and
building new ones throughout the
United States and much of the
rest of the world.
Later the House must consider
a multi-billion dollar program of
arms aid for the United States,
Allies, a separate outlay to cover
the cost of the war in Korea
about $5,000,000,000 yearly* and
a supplemental bill to cover an-
other expected increase in the
projected size of the Air Force.
Altogether these outlays will
boost yesterday's appropriation
to at least $75,000,000,000 and
probably more.
In 1044, peak year of World War
II, Congress appropriated for de-
fense about $90,000,000,000.
Korean Reds Lunge
But Fall to Gain;
Migs Back In Air
8TH ARMY IIQ.. Korea. Aug.
10 (UPiCommunist troops
Jabbed repeatedly today at
United Nations positions below
Kumsong, the Red buildup base
on the central front, but failed
to dent the United Nations
Une.
Low overcast again cost the
United Nations troops most of
their close air support. Only 20
of the 208 sorties flown were
close support missions.
A flight of Migs challenged
eight Shooting Stars which had
bombed a bridge near Cnlngju,
but the Migs soon retreated
across the Yalu River.
Above Slnulju, Just Inside
Korea across the Yalu, 24 otlter
Ml clashed briefly with 31
Sabres.
This was the first time Migs
had fought since Julv 29.
A Red Jet night fighter went
Into action against a United
States plane last night but did
no damage.
Fifteen Superforts bombed
marshalling yards In Western
Korea, and ran into consider-
able anti-aircraft fire.
Some were damaged, but all
returned safely to their Oki-
nawa bases.
A force of 45 Thunderjets re-
ported 100 per cent coverage of
anti-aircraft positions covering
the Pyongyang rail vards when
they attacked with bombs,
rockets and machlneRuns.
At least three Red flak posts
were claimed completely des-
troyed.
Red Military Loss
In Korea Estimated
At Over 1,237,000
WASHINGTON. Aug. 10 (UP)
The Army estimated today
that Communist forces in Ko-
rea suffered 1.237.900 casualties
through July 31. Of these. 890.-
700 were killed, wounded, or
missing in battle.
This Is roughly six or seven
times the number of casualties
suffered by the United Nations
forces.
Of the total Communist
casualties North Koreans suf-
fered 621.300. and Chlenese suf-
fered 616.500.
North Koreans that were
taken prisoner by the United
Nations "forces totaled 147,213
compared to 17,825 Chinese
Reds.
Ohlv 72 Reds were captured
durln- the week tbjit. ended
July 31.
PEACE CAMP, Korea, Aug. 10 (UP) The Commun-
ist negotiators sat in silence for two hours and 11 minutes
at the resumed ceasefire talks in Kaesong today, then flat-
ly refused to consider any compromise solution to the dead- .
lock over the armistice line and the buffer zone between
the armies.
The Communist stand virtually blasted hopes for an
early Armistice in the Korean war.
Some persons here believe only an "agree or fight"
ultimatum by the United Nations would budge the Reds.
A United Nations communique called today's silence
of the chief Communist delegate North Korean General
Nam II "historical and unprecedented."
Nam II broke his silence only
to refuse adamantly to discuss:
1) The present battleline area
as a possible ceasefire line;
2) Any possible line of military
demarcation other than the 38th
parallel;
3) Any other item on the mili-
tary armistice conference agen-
da.
Despite this seemingly hopeless
deadlock the negotiators agreed
to meet for their 21st session to-
morrow morning.
Today's meeting was the first
since the United Nations com-
mand broke off negotiations last
Sunday In protest against the
presence of armed Red troops in
supposedly-neutral Kaesong.
Chief United Nations negotia-
tor United States Vice Admiral C.
Turner Joy opened the session
with a statement suggesting the
possibility of a compromise on
the buffer zone question.
The negotiators first took up
this issue two weeks ago today,
and have Striven for agreement
at nine previous sessions.
Joy said he was completely
willing to discuss a demilitarized
zone "located generally in the a-
rea of the present battle line."
This extends 20 to 30 miles
north of the 38th parallel In cen-
tral and eastern Korea.
Joy also said he was-wllllng to
discuss "possible adjustments of
this proposed zone, which has
thus far been defined only in
general terms."
The UN communique said: "Ad-
miral Joy completed this state-
ment at 2:44 p.m. From then till
4:45 p.m., there was utter silence
on the part of the senior Com-
munist delegate."
Nam II finally responded with
his blanket refusal to consider
any ceasefire line other than the.
38th parallel, the pre-war fron-
tier between North and South
Korea.
United States Secretary JM?
State Dean Acheson has said that;
the United Nations never will a-
gree to withdraw south of tho
parallel because It would mean
a retreat to militarily Indefensi-
ble positions. ,
The communique continued:
"Still In the hope of finding pos-
sible areas of agreement Admiral
Joy then proposed that the con-
ference temporarily drop the)
deadlocked issue and go on to ths
next item on the agenda
crete arrangements for 'thej
alizatlon of a military an
and the resultant ceasefire.'
"For the second time duda
the afternoon General Nam II.
without equivocation, refused to
discuss any point other than the)
38th parallel and the buffer
zone."
Both sides appeared jovial en
arriving at the Kaesong confer-
ence house today for the first
meeting since United Nations Su-
preme Commander General Mat-
thew Rldgway broke off the talks
last Sunday-.
But there were no smiles on the)
faces of either delegation when
they emerged.
WCTU Head Says Too Many Nips
Blamed For Pearl Harbor... Oops!
BOSTON, Aug. 10 (UP)The
president of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union
said today she had proof the
Japanese attacked Pearl Har-
bor when they knew the Amer-
icans were over-sleeping "from
drink and a pay-day night of
revelry.' '
Mrs. D. Leigh Colvln said she
had a letter from the leader of
the Japanese fliers, Capt. Mlt-
suo Fuchida, whom she quoted
as saying the "Japanese high
command mentally assumed
that American seamen would
be drinking and on Sunday
would be crippled for fighting.
"In fact, on Saturday and
Saturday night before the at*
tack, we aviators, listening IB
to the Honolulu radio, felt sat*
there would be very much
drinking among American sea-
men and soldiers," the letter
said.
"It would be pay-day and tie*
drlnkshopa would be running
full steam. We heard jazz over
the Honolulu radio all night
long. So we smiled. We knew
very well that on the following"
Sunday morning there would
be oversleeping and unprepar-
ed ness.'*
(NEATeleph
ROYAL MATCH? New favorite in the Princess MargarsJr,
sweepstakes is Billy Wallace, shown with her here attending ,
the races at Ascot. The 24-year-old British blueblood la thr
stepston of an American newspaperman. London papers are) ,
speculating that their jong friendship, may lead to marriags, j




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DALLAS, TEXAS, Aug;. 10.Panama seemed like the North
Pole when Mr. and aws. Federico Humbert, lrum Panama
stepped off the hraniii Airwavs u'ane lnio me )05 degree
temperature In Dallas, Texas, last weekend. At the airport
to meet tnem was dranllt traille pliicial Nelson Myers
(right). Mr. and Mrs. Humbert were visiting in Texas with
their two children who have spent the summer in Hender-
son, Texas, before entering; U. S. universities this fall. Their
son will attend Notre Dame and their daughter will be a
student at St. Mary's university. Mr. Humbert is president
of the Chamber of Commerce of Panama.
Floating Dock Built
In England for Peru
The first floating dock to be
built at Southampton haa been
launched from the Woolston
yard of John I. Thornycroft and
Company. Built for the Peruvian
Navy, It will be towed to Iqultos,
the Peruvian naval base on the
river Amazon, in two or three
weeks. The dock is approxi-
mately 194 ft. long and 61 ft.
wide and has a lifting capacity
of 600 tons.
Incorporated, and a large process
camera and a lithographic print-
ing press will enable the results
of surveys to be reproduced on
board.
Survey Ship Built
with Helicopter Flight Deck
The first survey ship to be built
with a helicopter flight deck,
H.M.S. "Vidal," was launched at
Chatham south east England this
week.
Since the war, frigates have
been converted during the build-
ing stage into survey ships, but
H.M.S. T,Vldal" the first of a new
type, was designed by the British
Admiralty for hydrographic sur-
veying and chart production.
With a length of 315 feet and a
Beam of 40 feet, she has a hangar
and a deck arrangement design-
ed to make possible the flying
off and flying on of a helicopter,
the purpose'of which would be
fr air-survey photography and
the transport of parties to shore
observation stations. She will
carry three surveying motor
boats equipped with echo sound-
ing apparatus.
The latest electronic aids to
surveying and navigation will be
Braniff Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. George Braen-
der, Asst. Manager of Braniff Air-
ways New York office arrived In
Panama for a week's vacation.
Rex Brock, Vice-Presldent In
Charge of Traffic and Sales will
arrive later In the week from Dal-
las, Texas, for a short vacation
with his two sons.
Flying Schoolchildren
Travel 2,000 Miles Home
Most B.O.A.C. services at pres-
ent leaving London Airport are
carrying extra large supplies of
comics, games, Ice-cream and
"ginger pop" for the exodus of
schoolchildren flying overseas to
spend summer holidays with par-
ents who work and live abroad.
B.O.A.C. have this year brok-
en all records for the number of
boys and girls booked to travel on
their "schoolchlldren's specials"
with nearly 1,000, ranging in age
from seven to 19, flying thou-
sands of miles to the Caribbean,
Sooth America, Africa and the
Middle and Far East. Hardly any
are travelling less than 2,000
miles. Their Journeys average
4-5,000 miles, although many are
going much further, making
illghts of over 8,000 miles to such
destinations as Hong Kong and
Jakarta.
VIC FLINT
Shakespeare's Idea ,
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Viking VII rocket roars skyward .left) from it* launching
platform at White Sands Proving Grounds. N. M.. and a split
second later is 100 feet in the air i right) on its way to a
new altitude record for single-stage rockets. "Lucky Seven''
pushed 135 miles into the stratosphere and reached a speed
of 4100 miles per hour.
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FBIDAT, AUGUST M. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE THKE&
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McCarthy Lets Go Big 26-Shot
Broadside At State Department
WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 (UP) Sen Joseph R. Mc-
Carthy, R., Wis., touched off a bitter Senate row yester-
day by asserting that Ambassador-at-Large Philip Jessuo
and 25 other State Department employes have been "offi-
cially charged with Communistic activities."
Senate Democratic leader Ernest W. McFarland, Ariz.,
promptly accused McCarthy of "tearing down the dignity
of the Senate" by using its floor for "mud-slinging."
McCarthy's list included John Carter Vincent, for-
mer U.S. minister to Switzerland and now consul-general
at Tangier. McCarthy said Vincent has been "charged with
being a member of the Communist Party" and with "espion-
age activities in Switzerland."
He said Jessup was a member of "not one, not two
but five organizations officially named as fronts for the
Communist Party."
McCarthy said all of the State
Department employes he named
are undergoing formal loyalty-
I security Investigations "on the
| basis of FBI information."
He said he Is turning the list,
I plus "scores" of other names,
over to the spate Internal Se-
curity Subcommittee for lnvestl-
| gat! on.
President Truman declined to
comment at his weekly newa
conference on McCarthy's ac-
tion. Bdt deputy Undersecreta-
ry of State Carlisle H. Humel-
sine issued a blistering state-
ment accusing McCarthy of
"callous" indifference to facts
and "indefensible smear tac-
tics."
Humelslne said 13 of the per-
sons named by McCarthy alrea-
dy have been cleared by the de-
partment's loyalty-security board
and the remaining 13 cases still
are pending In a neither "guilty"
nor "non-guilty" status.
While Humelslne refused to say
Noting that the constitution
Itself makes a senator immune
from libel suits for anything he
says on the floor, McFarland said
"our forefathers felt that the
membership of this body could
always be relied upon never to
make a charge against an Indi-
vidual, never to tear down his
character, never to hurt his good
name without evidence."
Sen. Herbert Lehman, D...N.Y.,
said that "onee more the senate
is hearing irresponsible charges
of disloyalty against government
officials."
He said the "time has long
passed when we should have re-
buked" McCarthy.
Lehman tald Jessup "has
erred his country well" and
"does not deserve the shabby
and dastardly treatment ac-
corded him on the Senate floor
under the cloak of senatorial
immunity."
McCarthy then regained the
floor and accused "some Demo
wniie Humeisine reiusca wbj i *"~*. "" .77" "v."i-----
which persons fell into which ca- | U- of ^ota. .veothing po -
tegory. Informed quarters said
Jessup is among those who have
been cleared, while Vincent's
case is one of those still pending.
MsCarthy told the Senate he
originally planned to name 29
persons, but found that two per-
sons on his list have resigned and
one had been cleared.
Humeisine said the original list
I of 29 included one person who
never worked for the department
I and one who resigned some time
ago.
McCarthy replied to McFar-
land's criticism by saying that
some Democrats cried "unfair"
last year when he named former
Commerce Department economist
William Remington as a former
Communist, but that a "good Ju-
ry" In New York later convicted
Remington of perjury for denying
| Red ties..
He said some of them may be
able to "prove their innocence"
and noted that one John Paton
Davies. Jr., China expert on the
department's top policy planning
staff was cleared by the de-
partment's Loyalty Se c u r 11 y
Board last month. Davies' case
still Is subject to review by the
i top-level loyalty board In the Cl-
| vil Service Commission.
McFarland. red-faced with an-
ger and slamming his desk top
for emphasis, told McCarthy that
"it Is a Senator's duty to give the
evidence at the time a charge Is
made."

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The Board 'fi.oom of the Ad-
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Heights will be rehabilitated
and enlarged sllghtlv in the
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No otHer space Is available
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The room will be painted, re-
furnished generally, and en-
larged bv extending It to its
original size before some of the
space was enclosed for another
office a few years ago.
Second Racketeering
Accardo Faces
Contempt Charges
MIAMI, Fla., Aug. 10 (UP)
Martin Accardo, ex-bootleggr
and brother of racketeer Tony
Accardo, was charged formally
Sesterday with contempt of the
. S. Senate.
The criminal information, filed
by U.8. Attorney Herbert 8. Phil-
lips, grew out of Accardo's ap-
pearance here June 21 before the
Senate Crime Investigating Com-
mittee. He refused to answer any
committee question "on grounds
It mav tend to Incriminate me."
Phillips said: "I think he's in
Chicago, where his brother hangs
out."
Conviction on the misdemean-
or charge Is punishable by a
$1,000 fine or a year in prison or
both. If Accardo surrenders in
-*
3-Doy 'Witness*
Assembly Convened
This Morning
The three-day assembly of Je-
hovah's witnesses opened at 9:30
today with many delegates from
all parts of the Republic In at-
tendance.
George Luning, convention
chairman of the convention, is-
sued the following statement:
"It is well known that mem-
bers of this group living in De-
mocratic countries have been
branded as Communists; how-
ever, this is proved to be with-
out any foundation by news re-
ports from many Communist-
dominated countries which show
Chicago, he will go before a Fed-
eral Commissioner there, Phillips
said.
that in such countries they ara
accused of being American spleifc
and are viclousiy persecuted."
He also pointed out that at*
the International assembly held
by the witnesses in Yankee Sta-^
dium. New York City, in August";
1950, a resolution against Com- i
m ni-.i im was unanimously adopt* I
ed by the more than 100,000 dele-
gates assembled there from 67 J
different countries of the world. J
THE LIGHTS GO ON AGAINIt's business almost as usual for
this street peddler in Seoul, Korea, despite 13 months of war. Hii
wares are crudely-made lamps, fashioned from old beer cans and
other salvage materials. (NEA-Acme photo by Staff Photographer
Hisao Egoshi.)
sible to label their party the par
ty of Communists and crooks."
When he sat down, the packed
visitors' galleries gave McCarthy
a thundering round of applause.
He also received heavy applause
at the conclusion of his first
statement.
In his original speech. McCar-
thy said he was making the
names public because Secretary
of State Dean Acheson spurned
his request for "assurances" that
the employes had been barred
from state secrets pending the
outcome of their investigations.
He said he previously had of-
fered to give the names to the
major press associations or to
read them over a television
broadcast, to show that he was
not "hiding" behind his senate-
floor immunity from libel suits,
but that his offer was not ac-
cepted.
Only two Democrats and 10 Re-
publicans were on the senate
floor to hear McCarthy's speech.
But the public galleries were
packed.
Necking Discouraged
LUDINGTON, Mich. (UP)
City officials have ordered 19
boulevard lights Installed along
Stearns Park driveway. Overlook-
ing Lake Michigan It has been so
long a "lovers' lane" that it gen-
erally Is called "Giraffe Park."
JACOBYON BRIDO!
BY OSWALD JACOB?
Written for NEA Service
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When today's hand was played
in a team match, the same con-
tract was reached at both tables.
The results were quite different.
* In the first room West took
three top clubs and then led a
diamond. Declarer put up the
ace of diamonds, got to his hand
with the ace of hearts, and led
the queen of spades.
West naturally covered with
the klng^of spades, and dummy
took the ace. Declarer next
cashed the kmg and queen of
hearts to get rid of his losing
diamond. Then he led a trump to
his jack, only to discover that
he still had to lose, a trump trick.
Down one.
In the second room the defense
began In the same way. West
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led a diamond. South put up
dummy's ace of diamonds and
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'of hearts for a trump play. But
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spades.
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spades. West had to play his
king, of course, but now the sit-
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ISTHMIAN DATA
Births
MARRERO. Cpl. and Mrs. Ju-
lio of Fort Clayton, a son, Aug. 2
at Fort Clayton Hospital.
CAIN, M-Sgt. and Mrs. Charles
B. of Fort Kobbe. a son. Aug. 4 at
Fort Clayton Hospital.
PEREZ. Mr. and Mrs. A. of
Red Tank, a son. Aug. 5 at Oor-
gas Hospital.
MELO. Mr. and Mrs J. A ol
Rio Abajo, a son, Aug. 5 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
SHUEY. Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
of Curundu. a daughter, Aug. 5 at
Gorgas Hospital.
GARCIA. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
W. of Colon, a daughter. Aug. 5
at Colon Hospital.
MARSH. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
T. of Coco Solo, a daughter. Aug.
6 at Colon Hoopltal.
BELORAVE, Mr. and Mrs. T.
of Panama, a son. Aug. 7 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
KERSH. Mr and Mrs. DeWlght
of Diablo, a daughter, Aug. 7 at
Gorgas Hospital.
Deaths
AGARD, Carolina. 65. of Gam-
ooa, Aug. 7 at Gorgas Hospital.
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TUB FANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAP1
rTUDAY. AUGUST II, 1881
Dodgers Continue To Make
Race Of N.L.
Yankees Bounce Back Into
1st Place Tie With Indians
By United Press
NEW YORK, Aug. 10 The Dodgers continued to
make it a runaway of the National League race by beat-
ing the Giants 6-5 at Ebbets Field to stretch' their lead to
12-and-one-half games and sweeping the three-game series
with the New Yorkers.
"' Roy Campanula's second hom-
r in the eighth inning gave the
Dodgers their victory. There were
24 walks In the gamea new Na-
tional League recordas the
Dodger pitchers put on 15 batters
and the Giants nine.
1 The Giants' Monte Irvln ana
"Dave Williams also hit homers.
Elsewhere in the senior circuit
the Boston Braves topped the
Phillies, 5-4. at Philadelphia, the
Cardinals whitewashed the Pitts-
burgh Firates. 4-0, at St. Louis in
* night game and the Cubs came
from behind to edge the Cincin-
nati Reds, 5-4, at Chicago.
The Cubs put over four runs
in the ninth inning with Ran-
som Jackson singling in the
winning run. The Reds' Dixie
Bowell hit a three-run homer
earlier in the game.
Sid Gordon was the big man
for the Braves, driving in two
runs with three hits ana making
two fine catches as rookie Chet
Nichols held the Phillies to eight
hits and won his sixth game.
The Cardinals' Cliff Chambers
pitched a five-hit shutout against
his old Pirate teammates and
had his second no-hitter of the
season going until two out in the
kBixth. Solly Hemus' two singles
and one triple sparked the Cards'
nine-hit attack.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
The New York. Yankees bounc-
ed back into a first place tie with
' the Idle Cleveland Indians after
Faces In
I The Ma iars
surrendering the lead for one day
by whipping the Washington
Senators, 6-4, at Yankee Stadi-
um. There were three unearned
runs in the eighth on sloppy
fielding by Gil Coan.
The third place Boston Red
Sox dropped a 6-5 game to the
Philadelphia Athletics then end-
ed their five-game losing streak
with a 5-3 win in the nightcap at
Fenway Park. This put the Red
Sox four and one-half games be-
hind the deadlocked leaders.
Walt Dropo hit a three-run
sixth inning homer and Vern
Stephens added a homer In the
eighth in the Red Sox second
game triumph. Clyde Vollmer hit
a three-run homer in the ninth
Inning of the first game but the
effort fell one run short of a tie.
Rookie Leo Klely held the Ath-
letics to six hits, including a
homer by Lou Limmer, to win his
third game for the Red 6ox.
Ted Williams also hit a first
game homer but the Athletics
put on a four-run rally In the
eighth to provide their bare
edge against Vollmer'a climac-
tic smash.
The St. Louis Browns made six
a lucky number by scoring all six
runs in the sixth inning as they
handed Marlln Stuart his first
defeat. Fred Sanford, with three
Innings of scoreless relief help
from the fantastic Satchel Paige,
gained the Browns' victory.
The Tigers' Dick Kryhoski and
Pat Mullln homered as their
team lost, 6-3.
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Saturday's
Program
1st Race "F-2" Nativesla Fgs.
Purse: $2:5.00Pool Closes 12:45
First Race of the Doubles
1La Prensa
2Vlllarreal
3Fulmine
4La Suerte
5Dandy
6Aqui Estoy
7Carilimpio
J. Chuna 117x
G. Grael 110
Q. Sanchez 114
A. Vasquez 117x
R. Ycaza 109x
E. Campbell 109x
H. Alzamora 120
American League
TEAMS Won Lost
2nd Race "B" Natives 1 Mile.
Purse: $350.00 -i Pool Closes 1:15
Second Race of the Doubles
1Golden Tip V. Arauz 115
2Proton A. Vasquez 104x
3Batan A. Mena 109
4Lollto G. Sanchez 106
5Taponazo C. Iglesias 110
Stella E. Sllvera 104
3rd Race "F-l" NativestH Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Fool Closes 1:45
One-Two
1Politico E. Sllvera 105
2 Eclipse O. Chanis 114
3Risita B. Moreno 114
4Juan Huincho A. Enrique 117x
5__Fonseca G. Grael 110
6El Mono J. Baeza, Jr. 117x
7Don Joaqun C. Ycaza 120
8Rina Rot V. Castillo 110
4th Race T-l' ImportedAM Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Fool Closes 2:20
Quiniela
1Agradecida A. Vasquez 117x
2Hob Nob)
3Lacnico)
4Bosforo
5Lituana
6Alllnomas
7Jepperin
8Alabarda
9Cotillon
M. Hurley 115
C. Ruiz 120
G. Ramos 117x
A. Enrique 112x
E. Dario 106
A. Soto 114
G -Cruz 114
R. Gomez 111
5th Race "B" Imported6 >/j Fgs.
Purse: $750.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1Sandwood K. Flores 110
2Gris A. Soto 110
3Gorsewood C. Iglesias 116
4Silver Domino O. Chanis 110
5Fair Chance J. Ruiz 113
6Montlelito G. Sanchez 111
6th Race '1-2' ImportedWi Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 3:36
First Race of the Doubles
1Arabe
2Alfonslto
3Gay Ariel
4Dora's Time
5Tetravera
6Mete Bull
7Tupac
8Costina
9Flamenco
A. Bazan 120
C. Ycaza 120
R. Vergara 114
V. Ortega 120
R. Gomez 116
j. Chuna 117x
G. Cruz 120
G. Alfaro 120
J. Cadogen 112
7th Race 1-2' Imported6'/a Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1Purple Spray C. Iglesias 120
2Black Bull
3Gold Cylle
4Charles 8.
5Ranchopaja
6Breeze Bound
K. Flores 120
J. Ruiz 120
V. Ortega 112
A. Mena 116
B. Moreno 120
8th Race '1-2' Imported',i Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Fool Closes 4:40
Quiniela
1Yorgo
2Lightning
3Baby Rol
4-^Kildare
5Ariopuro
6Glory's Ace
7Zevelania
K. Flores 120
O. Sanchez 120
A. Vasquez 117x
G. Cruz 117
A. Mena 116
C. Ruiz 119
E. Darlo 110
8Navajo Trail H. Alzamora 118
9th Race "G" Imported' i Fgs.
Purse: $450.00 Pool Closes 5:15
1Montmartre) V. Ortega 120
2Rose Hip i
3Coragglo
4Prestigio
5Nijlnsky
6Levadura
7Pincel
8Pulgarcito
9Piragua
A. Mena 110
C. Lino 114
T. Medrano 109
G. Cruz 110
R. Ycaza I05x
K. Flores 112
E. Alfaro 117x
R. Gomez 120
10th Race "D" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $600.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1Curaca C. Ycaza 120
2Mariscalito O. Chanis 110
3Riding East) C. Iglesias 112
4The Dauber) B. Moreno 108
Cleveland.
New York.
Boston .
Chicago. .
Detroit .
Washington 46
Philadelphia 41
St. Louis . 33
88
SB
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49
39
39
44
47
55
59
7
73
Fct. G.B.
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.629
.565 4'i
.561 7
.471 16'
.438 20
SM 264
.311 14
TODAY'S-GAMES
Chicago at Cleveland (N).
New York at Philadelphia (N).
St. Louis at Detroit (N).
Washington at Boston (N) .
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 000 006 0006 7 1
Detroit 000 102 00O3 5 0
Sanford (3-7). Paige and
Batts; Stuart (4-1), White, Boro-
wy and Ginsberg.
Washlngt'n 202 000 0004 10 3
New York 110 001 30x6 5 0
Moreno (4-8) and Guerra; Ku-
zava, Schallock, Ostrowskl (4-3)
and Berra.
FIRST GAME
Phlladelp'a 001 110 0408 8 0
Boston 101 000 0035 7 2
Martin, Shantz (10-8), Schelb
and Tipton; McDermott (7-6),
Wight, Masterson, Stobba and
Rosar.
SECOND GAME
Phlladelp'a 101 010 COO8 6 0
Boston 100 003 Olx5 9 0
Kellfier (7-10) and Astroth;
Klely (3-2) and Moss.
Brown Bombers
Maintain Lead In
Govt. Hoop Loop
TEAM STANDINGS
(Second Half)
TEAMS Won Lost
Bombers.......... '
Paquetes.......... 1
Eagles............ 2 2
Rancheros........ 3 3
Curundu.......... 1 2
Balboa Gym........ 1 *
It appears as though Charlie
Brown and his crew are deter-
mined to take the second half in
the Government Basketball
League. They have won four of
their first five games, and have
only three left to play.
The Paquetes, captained by
Larry Jones still seem to be in
the most favorable position to in-
tercept the Bombers, but to do it
they must win their next two
games. The Paquetes were the
winners of the first half.
Balboa Gym finally managed
to get started in the second half
and enjoyed their first victory at
the expense of Bill Carlin's Ran-
cheros. The final score was 83-59.
Jerry Halsall and Jack Johnson
both of Balboa Gym were the
high scorers of this game with 16
for Halsall and 14 for Johnson.
5Cheriberibln
6Mimo
7Wild Wire
V. Castillo 120
A. Mena 120
A. Soto 112
National League
TEAMS Won
Brooklyn . 69
New York. 5
Philadelphia 56
St. Loui* 4*
Boston .
Cincinnati
Chicago. .
49
48
45
Pittsburgh 48
Lost Pet. G.B.
35 .863
59 .Ml lift
82 319 15
88 .485 ISM
84 .476 19tt
88 .487 2Vi
88 .446 8tW
88 .488 27H
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Brooklyn (N).
Cincinnati at St. Louis (N).
Philadelphia at New York (N).
Pittsburgh at Chicago.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 210 200 0005 6 1
Brooklyn O20 102 lOz6 7 0
Jansen, Spencer, Corwln (2-1),
Jones and West rum; Branca,
Podblelan, Pal lea, Haugstad,
King- (12-5) and Campanella.
Cincinnati 000 004 0004 8 2
Chicago 010 000 0044 10 0
Fox (6-8), Smith and Howell;
Lown, Hatten (3-1) and Burgess.
Boston 100 003 0105 10 1
Phlladelp'a 110 010 0014 8 1
Nichols (7-8) and St. Claire;
Church (12-7), Helntielman and
Semlnlck.
NIGHT GAME
Pittsburgh.......... 0
St. Louis............ 4
Crkket Series Set
For Sunday Opening
At Mount Hope Park
Cricket Is a major attraction
Sunday, at Mount Hope Stadium,
where La Boca C.C. and Sussex
C.C. are scheduled to clash, at
noon, In the first match of the
three-game series for the Sidney
Fuller Cricket Championship
Trophy.
For the third year In succes-
sion, the La Bocans swept to the
championship of the Pacific
Cricket League and are now
pointing towards their third
isthmian title in the series with
Sussex C.C.
The La Boca XI will be chosen
from the following: E. Belgrave,
captain, Clyde Lashlay, Wilfred
Mike, Christopher, .Greaves, Leo-
nard Roberts, Edgar Roberts,
Marcus Grannum, V. McLeod, W.
Forde. Kenneth Brathwalte, Roy
Best, Myrton Edghill, and James
Lord.

Sussex C.C. fooled the experts
by annexing the Atlantic side
cricket championship and are
determined to humble the high-
riding La Bocans.
The Sussex team will be select-
ed from the following: G. Taylor,
captain, F. Harwood, C. Hewitt,
A. Critchlow, B. Alleyne, C. Tem-
ple, A. Franklyn, B. Brown, A.
Lynton, J. King, C. Hinds, and A.
Me Calla.
PowoHs. Coco Solo
Triumph In AnanNc
Basketball League
STANDINGS
TEAMS Won Loot Pet
Caribe........1 8 1.888
WesttnchouM.. ..1 J 1.080
Cooo Solo......* *"
Fowell's........1 1 .560
Janlor Vanity.. ..6 1 .888
9Srd "D" Battery, f .880
Powell1!, a little shaky after
their first defeat In a long while
the night before, managed to
edge out a close game against
903rd by the score of 48 to 43. The
908rd team surprised the Pow-
ell's at well as the crowd by hold-
ing a three-point lead going into
the last two minutes and 50 sec-
onds of play.
Powelfs pullea the game out of
the fIre in the remaining few m-
nutes and won by the score of 48
to 43. Arnold Manning and Roy
Wilson each scored 12 points to
lead the scoring of Powell's while
Kraft of 903rd dumped In If.
In the nightcap Coco Solo rec-
orded elr first win of the sec-
ond half by beating Junior Var-
sity 43 to 27. It was a close ball
game until the third quarter
when Coco Solo moved ten points
out In front. Hosfelt was high
point man for Coco Solo with
nine points while Egolf scored
seven for Junior varsity.
The box scores:
Powell's FG FT PF TP
Bailey...... 10 3 2
Sullivan...... 3 1 1
Anderson..... 4 12 9
Manning..... 6 0 1 U
Wilson...... 6 0 1 12
Bryant...... 0 3 2 3
Simona...... 0 0 0 0
Smith....... 112 3
Total.......21 6 12 48
903rd FG FT PF TP
Kraft....... 8 1 1 17,
Trueblood.. ..412 9
Tiachuk...... 3 5 5 11
Wood...... 0 O 1 0
Zurbruegg.. ..300 6
Dietrich...... 0 0 0 0
Lambert. .. ..000 0
Totals.......18 7 9 43
Coco Solo FG FT PF TP
Schultz...... 2 0 2 4
Belvlg...... 3 2 1 8
Hosfelt...... 3 3 1 9
Bryant...... 3 0 0 6
Heffner...... 2 12 5
Grochowakl. ..Ill
Carfrey...... 12 2 4
Blair........ 2 0 0 4
Totals. .. .... 17 9 9 48
Jr. Varsity *G FT FF TP
Egolf........ 2 3 3 1
T. Salter .... 1 1 4 8
R. Salter .... 2 1 0 5
I. Peltynovich .113
J. Roberts.. .. 1 0 0 2
L. Rlnehart. ..0 8 10
Edmonds .... 1 8 1 2
Tagaropulos ..0 1 0
Palumbo..... 1 0 O 2
Dldler...... 10 0 2
Totals. ., ., .. 10 7 12 27
FRIDAY'S GAMES
Coco Solo vs. Westlnghouse
Junior Varsity, vs. Caribe.
Juan Franco Tips
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G. Cruz 115
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The baseball magnates are in town shopping around for a new
commissioner. They don't appear to have any particular model
In mind. Presumably, they'd like to get a good man. But the
trouble is there is no agreement ma to what constitutes a good
man. Few of the 16 club owners think alike. There are times
indeed when some %i them do not seem to think at all.
As you may have noted there la a Congressional investiga-
tion of baseball going on in Washington at the moment. "This
wouldn't have happened if we had had a good commissioner,"
Del Webb, of the Yankees, Insisted blaming Happy Chandler, who
was recently booted out of the Job.
What Chandler did to provoke the investigation and what he
could have done to forestall It, Mr. Webb does not say. In any
case, It was not a very bright observation since It confesses ap-
prehension, and invites suspicion that baseball has something
to hide. But that's besides the point.
Mr. Webb was Instrumental in winning the commlssionership
for Chandler In the first place. It was the Yankees' support, im-
plemented by Col. L. S. MacGenlus, which carried the issue for
Chandler at the Cleveland meeting In April, 1945.
At the time there is no doubt that Mr. Webb and the others
believed they were gttlng a good man In Chandler. I say this
because It Is unreasonable to assume the owners, no matter how
you rate them mentally, would deliberately seek to enroll an
Incompetent.

CHANDLER'S RECORD DECEPTIVE
Still you never can tell. It was Horace Stoneham of the
Giants who cast the vote which formally and officially elected
Chandler. A year later Stoneham was moaning: "It was the worst
mistake I ever made"and for Stoneham that was covering an
enormous amount of territory. But last winter at the Baseball
Writers' dinner when Chandler got up to speak Stoneham Jumped
to his feet and tried to organize a mass cheer for the Ken-
tuckian, who by that time had already been well repudiated.
Some of the more substantial owners do not apply their full
energies to baseball. Men like Walter Briggs, Tom Yawkey, John
Galbreath and Phil Wrlgley, for example. There is hope that
younger men, such as Bob Carpenter, Dan Topping and Walter
O'Malley will come along. Webb is on record that his main in-
terest in baseball Is the dough, plus the prestige that stems from
sports publicity.
Fortunately for the game's sake it probably doesn't make
a great deal of difference who the owners finally come up with.
There really Isn't much a commissioner can do to hurt or help
baseball. Old Judge Landis was an able commlssoiner but it was
Babe Ruth's bat that made the fans forget the 1919 World Series
scandalnot anything the theatrical old barrister did.
From all accounts Chandler was not a satisfactory commis-
sioner, yet under his administration the game enjoyed unique
prosperity and several vital social reforms were Instituted, among
them the pension plan and the minimum wage.
' Chandler's contributions to these advances were not notable,
the record attendance being due to a boom period and the con-
tract gains to outside compulsions, such as the Mexican-player
raids and an attempt by a Harvard lawyer to organize a baseball
union. Nevertheless, Chandler can truthfully say he left the game
in better shape than he found it. All he has to do Is to refer you
to the record.

NO BARITONES NEED APPLY
However, it goes without saying that an able commissioner is
desirable and that the game figures to be better off with one
who knows what time it is than with one who doesn't. Chandler's
selection as made under Incredible conditions. It was getting late
and the owners didn't want to miss their trains, so when tho
Senator was offered as a compromise candidate he was voted in,
thanks more to ennui than enthusiasm.
There are Indications that the owners have approached the
problem with a certain amount of deliberation this time. A com-
mittee has been screening prospects and preliminary conversa-
tions have been held. But beyond crossing oft baritone singers
and swimming-pool owners no known progress has been reported.
Everybody has been Mentioned for the office exebpt Gypsy
Rose Lee.
Baseball's biggest Job is to keep Itself clean and that's the
one thing the new commissioner and the owners must keep in
mind at all times. As long as the integrity of the game is assur-
ed baseball need have no serious worries. This is something that
must not be taken for granted, either.
When I first suggested Frank Hogan, our brilliant district at-
torney, for the commlssionership, one of my intimates In base-
ball was genuinely shocked:
"Why, the people would think there was something crooked
about baseball."
I had to disagree. The greater the safeguards, the greater the
public confidence. A cop in front of a bank is always a reassuring
sight to a depositor.
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CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED
AT THE RACE TRACK
SATURDAY'S STELLAR RACE
5th Race "B" Importeds 654 Fgs.
Parse: 750.00 Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.
1. SANDWOOD..............K. Flores 110
2. GRISV ....................A. Soto 110
3. GORSEWOOD ............C. Iglesias 116
4. SILVER DOMINO..........O. Chanis 110
5. FAIR CHANCE..............J. Ruis 113
6. MONTIELITO............G. Sunches 111
SUNDAYS FEATURE RACES
5th Race "C" Importeds 654 Fgs.
Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.
1. MICROBIO...............E. Silvera 112
2. NEWMINSTER............B. Moreno 120
3. PARAGON................. J. Ruis 111
4. ALTO ALEGRE...........V. Castillo 112
5. PAMPHLET..............O. Chanis 112
6. CHACABUCO.............M. Hurley 110
7th Race "A" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Purse: 11,000.00 Pool Closes: 4:05 p.m.
SECOND RACE OF DOUBLES
1. P1NARD.................O. Chanis, 118
2. ROYAL COUP.............V. Ortega 121 .
3. FULL................../. Baesa Jr. 105x
4. WELSH LOCH.............R. Ycaza HOx
5. RATHLIN LIGHT......./. Samaniego 116
6. P HOE BIS APOLLO........B. Moreno 113
7. DICTADOR ................ A. Soto 110


FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1951
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Isthmus-Wide Esso Tourney StartsTomorrow
0
Field Of More Than 100
Expected In Qualifying Play
The annual Esso Tournament for .the first time an
Isthmian Invitational affair will get under way tomor-
row at the Panam Golf Club with more than 100 of the
better and so-so golfers fighting for 64 qualifying places.
The low 16 will make the first flight, next 16 the sec-
ond flight, and the next 32 the third flight.
The qualifying play will be ex-
tended over Sunday to allow
everybody a shot at the prizes.
One unique twist to this tour-
ney is that there will be a med-
alist prize ior each flight.
Match play will start at the
discretion of opponents after
completion of the pairings.
The Esso Tournament started
back In 1938 by Cy Helm, has de-
veloped into one of the most at-
tractive tournaments presented
at the Panam Oolf .Club.
The idea to make it open to
any golfer on the Isthmus was
advanced by Cipriano Paz Ro-
Maxim-Murphy,
Gavilan-Craham
Bouts To Be TV'd
NEW YORK, Aug. 10 (UP)
Fight fans will get a chance to
see the title bout between Light
Heavyweight Champion Joey
Maslm and challenger Bob Mur-
phy on television the night of
All". 22.
The Pabst Brewing Company
announces that it will start Its
fall program of Wednesday night
telecasts with the Maxim-Mur-
phy bout. It will be followed a
week laterAug. 29 with a tele-
cast of the welterweight title
fljht between Champion Kid
Gaviln and Billy Graham.
Eotn bouts will be held at Ma-
dison Square Garden and will be
telecast over the Columbia
Broadcasting System starting at I
10 D.m. (EDTi.
a't reported that the company j
pale! $100,000 for the Maxlm-Mur- i
fihy lights; and $50,000 for Gav-|
Icn-Craham.
driguez, manager of Esso In Pan-
am, who believed that all Isth-
mian golfers should have the op-
portunity to win the \beautlful
frizes that have just arrived
rom Per.
Old-timers on the Isthmus will
remember when Cy Helm, presi-
dent of the old West India Oil
Company, and quite a golfer him-
self in those days, got the idea
that a golf tournament to be
really popular should give every-
body a chancefrom the crack
player In the 70's to the duffer
who prays for a par.
Since those days the Esso has
been played as an annual affair,
continued by Bill Lacey after
Helm's departure, and finally
taken over by Bulla," Rodriguez.
Medalist prires will be award-
ed on the play in the first round
matches.
Tins means, of course, that
every player to be eligible must
sink all putts. This should be very
interesting as the golfers must
strive for medal honors as Well as
match play. Many a match will
be lost by a missed one-foot putt
that would ordinarily be conced-
ed. This will prove that conced-
ing putts is a very foolish prac-
tice that should be eliminated
from golf. Everybody can sink a
one-foot putt In practice but
tournament golf and money golf
demand control of the nerves
that sometimes rebel and cause
those missed putts.
The Esso Standard Oil voices
the hope that every golfer will
enter this tournament and at
least try to qualify for one of the
flights. Everyone has a chance of
winning one of the beautiful and
valuable silver prizes which are
on display at the Panam Golf
Club.
THE BIG FELLAH----loe DiMaggio is meeting the ball well again
with hit gorgeoua swing, and the Yankees are higher than a cat
back in their bid for a third consecutive pennant (NEA)
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RING SENSATIONOne of the
hottest young fighters in the
game today is highly rated 22-
year-old Eddie Burgin, feather-
weight champion of Ohio and a
leading challenger for Sandy
Saddler's crown. Burgin, who
boasts 19 wins and two defeats
as a pro, meets Panama's 123-
found king Federico Plumraer
at the Colon Arena Aug. 28.
Truman Orders
Service School
Athletics Probe
WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 (UP)
President Truman has ordered a
full Investigation of the athletic
systems at both West Point and
Annapolis to determine If the
service academies are "overem-
phasizing" football and other
sports, It was disclosed yesterday.
The disclosure came shortly
after Army Football Coach Earl
(Red) Blaik revealed that he will
stay on the job although all but
two of his 45 varsity players, In-
cluding his son, have been order-
ed expelled from West Point for
classroom cheating.
Mr. Truman told his weekly
news conference that he had or-
dered a survey as a result of the
scandal which broke when a to-
tal of 90 West Point cadets were
ordered dismissed for cheating.
The President gave no details
of the Inquiry beyond saying that
he was trying to find a remedy
without killing the patient.
His cryptic remark was ex-
plained later by official sources
who said the Investigation will
cover the entire question of what
role intercollegiate athletics
particularly footballs h o u 1 d
have at the military and naval
academies.
r :al congressmen have de-
manccd abolition of football at
West Point and Annapolis in the
wake of the cheating scandal.
8ome awmakers have protested
that West Point football coaches
sought to use them as "recruit-
ing" agents or "talent scouts" for
the grid team.
Official informants said the
President's inquiry will go Into
the recruiting of athletes for the
academies and the .manner in
r-'-h they are helped academ-
ically.
Blaik Will Stay As W.P. Coach
Though Son, Bob, Is Expelled
CONLEY TALL STORY
HARTFORD Conn. (NEA)
Gene Conjey, .ae 'Eastern Lea-
gue's leading pitcher. Is the tal-
lest In organized baseball. The I
20-year-old Hartford riffht-hand- I
er stands six feet eight. I
By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK, Aug. 10 (UP)
Army Football Coach Earl (Red)
Blaik revealed yesterday that he
will stay on the Job although all
but two of his 45 varsity players,
including his son, have been or-
dered expelled from West Point
for classroom cheating.
"I feel that I can best make
people understand these boys and
da the proper thing for our fine
institution if I. remain," the grim
and strained veteran of 10 years
at the military academy told a
luncheon press conference.
In a staunch defense of the 90
cadets Involved In the largest
scandal in the history of the aca-
demy, the wealthy 54^year-old"
retired colonel pleaded that they
be granted honorable discharges
which would keep their records
clean.
As his father was speaking,
his son, Robert; star quarter-
back of the Army team, admit-
ted at West Point that he was
one f the cadets facing ex-
pulsion.
'1 made a mistake and I'm
going to pay for it. But I'm tre-
mendously pleased that Dad
has derided to stay," young
Blaik said.
Coach Blaik, who revealed Tie
had turned down an offer of a
$50,000-a-year job yesterday, de-
scribed the cribbing scandal as
"not an actual breakdown of the
honor code but an innocuous
thing pyramided over a period of
four or five years."
"These boys," he said, "do not
want to stay under the condi-
tions. They do want an honorable
discharge and I see no reason
why they should not get one."
The coach, who has blamed too
much big-time football pressure
for the Incident that has shock-
ed the nation and angered the
2,300 cadet upper classmen who
were not Involved, said "athletes
are Involved because athletics
draw the boys so closely togeth-
er."
All but two of his 45-man var-
sity squad and almost all of the
basketball and baseball teams are
Involved, he said.
Blaik defended the special
tutoring that has been provid-
ed at the military academy to
enable high school football
players to pass West Point en-
trance examinations. And said
there was no dishonor attach-
ed to the practice.
"Every legitimate effort will
continue to be made to interest
the high type boy to come to West
Point," he said.
"As for this year's football
learn," the glum, haggard coach
said, "we will have the plebe class
of last year which has no line-
men but a few good backs. We
will have some "B" squad men
left over from last year. It will
be a trying situation, but we have
and always have had men of hon-
or and we will carry on."
Defending the Army record of
war era powerhouse teams which
he built, Blaik said out of 175
football men in the last 15 years,
95 per cent remained In the serv-
ice after graduation.
"Twenty per cent of those men
received the Purple Heart," he
aid proudly. "Between six and
seven per cent were killed in bat-
tle and three of the last ten cap-
tainsTom Lombardo, John
Trent and Bill Oilliswere killed
Local Rate Softball Tourney
To Begin Sunday Morning
All star softball teams from La
Boca, Paralso-Red Tank, Santa
Cruz, Chagres, and Silver City
have completed training for the
opening games of the Canal Zone
Men's Softball Championships
which get underway, 9:30 a.m.,
Sunday, Aug. 12, at Mount Hope
and Santa Cruz.
On opening day. La Boca Is
scheduled to meet Sliver City at
Mount Hope while Chagres is
booked for an engagement with
Santa Cruz, at Santa Cruz. The
winner of the round robin series
will receive a handsome trophy
donated by Local 900, G.CE.O.C-
ClO.
The team rosters follow:
LA BOCA, Joseph Brathwalte,
James Watson, Conrad Cox, Con-
rad Gill, Claude Tait, Robert
Humphrey, Joy Leslie, Frederick
Morgan, Clifton Nurse, Rudolph
Prince, Edward Peusey, George
Raveneau, William Raveneau,
George Sealey, Vincent Sealey,
Louis Sims, Arthur Thomas, John
Beckles, Sicfney Tudor, Cleveland
Warner, and George Beckles
(manager).
In action.
"What I am trying to sav Is
that West Point does not have
professional athletes," Blaik as-
serted in a stern voice. "We have
-nt had an actual breakdown of
the honor code."
"I want you to know that these
are exceptionally high-type boys
and while 1 am not condoning
what they did, I want the people
to know that these are men of
character," he said.
PARAISO-RED TANK: Gar-
field Parrls, Edgar Parris, Cleo-
phas Parrls, Luther Parris, Al-
phonso Reld, Tom Lowe, John
Best, Alfred Farrell, Reuben Da-
niel, Leonard Small, Eric Gordon,
Eugene Davis, Romulo Reyes,
Gerald Dudley. Joe Sobiestre,
Samuel Silcott, Cecil Griffith, Ed-
mund Johnson, Leo Lynch, Albert
Williams and Chick Parris (man-
ager)
SANTA CRUZ: Louis Walker
(manager), Philip Walker, Prince
Phillips, Rudolph Lynch. Ignat-
ius Paschal, Kenneth Wade, Phil-
ip Malcolm, Clarence Sampson.
Robert Joseph, Irvln Wiley, Roy
Farquharson, Theophllus Peter-
kin, David Roberts, James Hold-
er, George Weeks, Alfred Browne,
Prince Grant, Harold Cooper,
Wilbert Brathwalte and Edmund
Lynch.
CHAGRES: C. Herrar, R. En-
nls, W. Clark, W. Hinds, O. Phil-
lips. R. Small, R. Redman, F. Mo-
destln, O. Collins, H. Brown, O.
Baker, E. Weeks, R. Gooding, R.
Graham, R. Lewis, R. 8mlth, G.
Henry, L. Wilson, J. Sealey and
D. Maloney.
SILVER CITY: Richard Ennls,
Humbert Arthurs, Herbert Wil-
son, Jefferson Joseph, Herman
Charles, Nugent JoseDhs, Allan
Bailey, Hank Cole, Antonio Can-
ate, Joseph Best, Joseph Brath-
walte, George Atherley. Kenneth
McClaren, Albert Griffith. Ches-
ter DeSousa, Stanley Arthurs,
Weston. DeSousa. Geo. Knowles,
Joseph Gressell, Wellesley Wilson
and Godwin Moore (manager).
Kearns Claims He's Sorry
For His Fighter Joe Maxim
BY JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK. Aug. 10 (UP)If
there's truth in the axiom, "un-
easy lies the head that wears the
crown," Light Heavyweight
Champion Joey Maxim must be
tossing around In bed these
nights like a man beset by red
ants.
Even Manager Jack Kearns ad-
mitted: "Poor Joey's under the
most terrific pressure of any
champeen I ever seen in trainin'.
And don't forget,.he's the seventh
champ I've handled personally."
Kearns' words of sympathy for
his own fighter were so unex-
Eected that cronies at table with
im In a mldtown tavern explor-
ed with their eyes the dapper,
slender, balding pilot with the
pugged nose and sail ears to see
if he had fallen off the wagon
after a six-year ride
But he was cold sober and
drinking only coffee.
His comments were surprising
because the "Doc" is a notorious
praise-agent of his own pugilists.
Nearly every fighter he's had
during the past 20 years has been
"another Jack Cempsey" or "an-
other Mickey Walker "
Demp8ey and Walker were the
outstanding champions who toss-
ed leather under his black-and-
blue ensign.
One of the puzzled table-sitters
asked why Slgnor Maxim of
Cleveland was under terrific
pressure. Maxim Is training at
Summit. N.J.. for his title defense
against Bob Murphy at Madison
Square Garden Aug. 22.
The sad faced, blue suited
manager In the blue-and-whlte
checkered bow tie appeared on
the verge of adding tears to his
coffee as he made the following
points:
(4) Maxim Is making his first
defense of the crown and is oar-
ing down to the 175-pound limit
for the first time since he won
the title by knocking out Freddie
Mills In London 18 months ago.
(2) His first challenger, ex-sail-
or Murphy of San Diego, Calif.,-
Is a fearsome southpaw; and
Maxim has fought only ona
southpaw in his 11-yen r careej.
(3) In Maxim's last fight,- on
Memorial Day, he was thoroughly
beaten by the Ihen Heavywelgh
Champion Ezzard Charles at Chi-
cago; and Charles was knocked
out by ancient Jersey Joe Wal*
cott on July 18.
(4) Maxim will have no pro-
tection against permanent loss of
the title In his fight with Mur-
phy, for there Is no return-bout
contract. The winner must de-
fend against Bob Satterfleld of
Chicago.
"If that isn't a combination to
turn any champion's hair white,
I'd like to know one," Kearns de-
clared. "He's trainin' at Summit
Lakea guy in a pressure cook-
er."
Kearns paused, thrust his face
forward, and demanded: "An' you
know what? Well I'll tell yuh. I
feel sorry for Joey. But In a way
I'm glad. He got too cocky after
wlnnln' the title. And he thought
he was a matinee Idol during his
long lay-off. He didn't train seri-
ous for Charles. But, brother, he'a
serious now. I figure he'll get real-
sharp, with all that pressure on
him, and then lick Murphy."
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HE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILf NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, \Hl
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word.
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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:"Moytog" washing mo-
chin, 25 cycle, used on < I) yeor.
Excellent condition. Phon
Navy 2390.
FOR SALE: General Electric Stove.
60-Cycle, excellent condition.
$185 00. House 2321-B. Curun-
du. Phone: PAD 3285.
FOR SALE
Automobilee
FOR SALE:Leaving Isthmus. Me-
tal Simmons bedroom, 2 mahogany
parlor room set. kitchen set, plants,
Weitinghouse 7 Ft. refrigerotor,
porcelain cabinet 25 cycle, rodios,
rodio testers, porch wicker set.
"Rodar & Electronic Courses."
Miscellaneous, silver jewelry cost
pnce. House No. 1, Melendez Ave.
between 4th-5th Sts. Cristobol 3-
1232,
FOR SALE:Must sell immediately,
ten piece bedroom set. twin beds,
dining table six chairs, also five
piece, kitchen set, oil solid moho-
gony, reasonably priced, Belisario
Porros No. 56, opartment 10.
FOR SALE:Trucks: On* GMC. 5
ten, 1947. xcellent condition,
GMC 2 1-2 ton, Army type, 10
wh*els. 1942i On* International
2 1-2 ton, 1947. long chassis. In-
ternational 2 1-2 ton, 1947. short
chassis. On* Mack 5 ton. 1947,
excellent condition. Telephone 2-
0610, Panama.
FOR SALE:Codilloc. model 48, per-
fect condition, accept offer. Call
T*l. 3-2184 2-1075.
FOR SALE:1950 Oldsmobile No. 88.
all accessories. House 827-D, Em-
pire street, Balboa, C. Z.
FOR SALE:'36 Chevrolet Sedan, 4
new tirs. N*w bottery, wiring. Ex-
cellent transportation, $225.00.
Feder.co Boyd No. I. T*l. 3-1516.
FOR SALE:Two 750 x 16 Heavy
Duty 8 ply tlrs. Cheap. Call
Young, Tropicol Motors.
MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
0* you have a Making orolmr
Writ* Alcoholic Anirmiw
20SI Aneen. C. Z.
Th port new PooaMa Cut may be
your most becoming style- Give
yourself lift with a professional
permanent and thi very new
hairdo. Genell Bliss, Cocolj Beauty
Shop. 4-557.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Colombion red monkey,
tome. Phone Shrapnel, Balboa
2820.
FOR SALE:25 Cycle. 9 Ft. Weit-
inghouse refrigerator, 3 yeor guar-
ontee. 150.00 Emgle bed com-
plete $12 00. Double spring and
mattress, $10.00, kitchen cabinet
metal work top $25. Odd shelves.
Coll 25-3674.
FOR SALE:Mahogony din ngroom
set. complete. I sofo and 2 arm
chain. No. 37. 50th street.
FOR SALE-Redwood blinds. Baby
crib, rocking choir, 16 mm movie
projector. Other household articles.
Tel lUlboo 2855.
FOR SALE:Studio Couch, Simmons,
with slip covers, $40.00 Boys
Bicycle, 22" wheel w.th 2 extra
tires, $1500. mople divan and
Choir, inner spring seots. $25.00.
2 floor lamps, $2 and $5. Corner
cobinet $15. Misc. household ef-
fects. 42-A Quarry Hgts. Q. H
3285. phon*.
FOR SALE: 1940 Chevrolet, fin*
condition, cheap. R. H. Brown,
0852, room 20 Balboa rood.
FOR SALE:1948 Studeboker 2 door
Sedan, $1.100.00. One crib $10.-
00, one stroller, $7.50. Call Mr.
Troce. Ft. Kobbe, 4210.
Hudion-Studebaker & Ford Owners:
We hav* just r*c*ived another
shipment or Piston Rings TRO-
PICAL MOTORS.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:Johnson Seahorse Out-
board Motor. 9.6 H. P. Also Surf
Boot. Phone 3-0427. Ponom.
FOR SALE: V*ry chap. National
cosh rgisfr. "Sanitory" mat
grinder, 600 lbs. on hour. Freezer
suitable for restaurant. Ham slic*r.
gas sieve, 4 burner and broiler. 4
Neon lomps, 48", 3 tubes. 1st St..
No. 7, Vista Hermosa. T*l. 3.
1468.
FOR SALE:Aquarium fishes. Amo-
oppisite Juon Franco Stables,
ion sword plants, 1 1 Via Espaa,
Phone 3-4132.
FOR SALE;600 shares Coca Cola.
50 shares Cervecera Nocional.
Call 2-1641.
Gramiich'j Sonta Claro beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderot* rates. Phon* 6-
541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT: Chalet two bedrooms
n*or Hotel Pan-Americano El
Voile. T*l*phone Balboa 3763, or
Ponoma 3-3771.
HOTEL PAN-AMERICANO. El Voile.
Special for August. Room with
private bath $35.00 per month,
$20.00 for 15 days. Meols o lo
Corte. Reservations Tel, Pon. 2-
1112.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
Houses ON BEACH Santa Clara, in-
expensive. Phone SHRAPNEL, Bal-
boa 2120 or see caretaker.
Willlom Sonta Claro Beach Cottoges.
Two bedrooms, Frigidoires. Rock-
go* ronges. Balboa 2-3050.
Phillip. Beach cottages, Santa Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phon* Ponoma
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
We run a PERMANENT
BARGAIN SALE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEM8
where the
FINEST QUALITY PAINTS
are priced LOWER
than the cheapest. '
Why not save money
buying the best?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
278 Central Ave.
Tel. S-0140.
By United Press
The Emigrants, by Vllhelm
Moberg (Simon and Schuster i Is
the first of a planned trilogy on
the great Swedish 19th century
migration to the United States.
In this Initial novel. Moberg tells
the who, why and how of a typ-
ical group of immigrantstheir
trials, hopes and frustrations
chiring the final days in Sweden
and their 10-week voyage to the
new word. It is focused primarily
on the Nilsson family, compris-
ing Karl and his wife, Krlstlna,
bowed down by debt alter suc-
cessive crop failures; Robert,
Karl's brother, fleeing the vin-
dictive'farmer to whom he was
apprenticed; Danjel, Kristlna's
uncle, who faces imprisonment
for his unorthodox religious be-
liefs, and Ulrlka, his follower and
a prostitute...
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FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR SALE:Bargain! Mink cape in
perfect condition, worn one season.
Inguir* Via Espoa 71, Phon* 3-
4663.
FOR SALE:Complete set- MacGre-
gor Ben Hogan golf clubs, bag
ond practice bolls, $75.00, Qtrs.
252-B. Albrook, phone 86-2145.
FOR SALE:One 25 cycle refriger-
ator. House 196-B, Gatun, coll 5-
House 196-B, Gatun. coll 5-
183.
FOR SALE:Two Diesel work boats
shrimpers cargo ond passenger.
Tel. 2-2252 Dr. Morales.
FOR SALE:Motor boat, twenty foot
overall equipped for fishing. New
boat condition. 465 Balboa Yacht
Club. Inquire 752-C, Balboa Rd
FOR SALE:Frigidaire, desk, books,
bookcases, chairs, buffet, ironer.
work bench, Rattan table, maho-
gany chest, record player ond r-
ords, cupboord, sewing machine,
lamps, Colmon stov*. 'i inch j
drill accessories, hond grinder and'
accessories, bandsander, polishing j
heod, small household items. 365-1
Fronce Field Pancanal Area
shone 37-8-8731.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: On* million squor*
meters of lona on Transisthmlan
highway, Gatun lake. $10,000.00
Tel. 1262-B, Colon. Mrs. Carnes.
I Phon
; Bbung; Birds' Appetite
; Reverses Old Saying
WASHINGTON. Aug. 10.
.The amount of food young birds
require gives a reverse connota-
tion to the expression, "appet-
ite like a bird's."
During their period of max-
imum growth thev consume
more than their own weight in
,-i*)sd every dav. says the Na-
tional Geographic Society.
J If a growing boy ate like that
he could gobble two or three
J lambs or a whole calf
, dav.
every
Thirsty Deer Beat
Cattle To Water
FLAGSTAFF. Ariz., Aug. 10.
(U.Pj Drought-stricken nor-
thern Arizona cattlement have
an unusual complaint.
Thirsty deer are drinking a
fourth of the water being haul-
ed in for cattle.
Bud Richardson. H. V Wat-
son, and John Babbit, major
stockmen, think the state
should do something about it,
either get rid of the deer or
help furnish the water.
How a 100-pound deer can
nudge a 1.000-pound steer away
from his water trough wasn't
explained.
FOR SALE:3 ice boxes, baby buggy,
painter ladder, sell cheop. Phon*
_2-444B.
400-DAY CLOCKS. Limited Quantify.
Four models. The French Bazaar,
Colon,
LESSONS
Modern Swing Piano Instruction for
beginners, intermedia! and ad-
vanced students. Bennett's Piono
Studio, Juan B. Sosa, 9. Tel. 2-
1282.
ALHAMBRA APARTMINTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:Apartments of 1 bed-
room, sitting-diningroom, kitchen,
bath, at No. 20 Via Espoa. see
Ce Castro No. 24, "B" Avenue.
Phone 2-1616, Panomi.
CONTAX
Reflex Camera .. $249.50
U' Prtee .......$475.00
Camera Store
(Lobby Hotel "JE1 Panam")
The Cruel Sea, by Nicholas
Monsarrat (Knopf), is a curious-
ly engaging novel about the Bat-
tle of the North Atlantic in World
j War II. Although some of the
most violent scenesthe sinking
of a German submarine, a rag-
ing Atlantic hurricane, the final
destruction of the corvette the
Compass Roseare done with
typical British restraint, there it
an element of suspense thai car-
ries the reader on. page after
page. Monsarrat served in his
Majesty's Navy as a lieutenant-
commander, commanding three
escort vessels, a corvette and
two frigates. He writes with de-
tailed knowledge of the sea and
with authority on ships, men and
guns. One. wonders, however, if
he should not have given more
than the one sentence he allows
himself in acknowledging the
part played in the Battle of the
Atlantic by American escort car-
riers...
FOR RENT:Apartments of 1 bed-
room, Sitting-dmingroom, kitchen,
bath, of No. 9, 44th Street East
Bella Visto, see De Castro. No. 24,
"B" Avenue No. 24, phone 2-1616
Panama.
FOR RENT:Two modern apartment,
with two bedrooms and livingroonv-
diningroom, on Tivoli Avenue No.
18. and en Rochet Street No. 12,
across from Ancon Post Office.
Tel. 2-1032.
Help Wanted
WANTED:Woman \o car* child and
opartment. Must cook and sleep in.
F*denco Boyd Avenue No. 4, Apt.
I, after 3:00 p. m.
'BIG M0'
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The NASH & WILLYS AGENCY
has MANY MAKES-and MODELS
to choose from !
PRICES DRASTICALLY REDUCED
Financing
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University of Kansas; Unversity
of Michigan; University of North
Carolina; University of Pennsyl-
vania; University of South Caro-
lina; Illinois Institute of Tech-
nology; Pennsylvania 8tat Col-
lege; Purdue University; Rensse-
laer Polytechnic Institute; Duke
University; College of the Holy
Cross and Tulane University.
The civilian guests of the U.S.
Navy on this cruise are: Dr. Ed-
ward F. Castetter, Dean of Grad-
uate School, University of New
Mexico; Dr. Samuel T. Arnold,
Provost. Brown University; Dr.
Tracey E. Strevey, Dean of the
College of Letters. Arts and Sci-
ences. University of Southern Ca-
lifornia; Ben Euwema. Dean of
Liberal Arts. Pennsylvania State
College; Earle F. Littleton.
Chairman, Department of Gen-
eral Engineering, Tufts College;
Dr. Donald R. Mallett. Assistant,
Director of the Office of Student
Affairs. Purdue University; Al-
fred B. Sears. Chairman. Depart-
ment of History, University of
Oklahoma; Paul L. Trump. Dean
of Men, University of Wisconsin;
Clarence L. Eckel, Dean. College
of Engineering, University of
Colorado; and J. B. Jackson.
Dean of Men. University of South
Carolina.
Details of the entertainment
and recreational program ar-
ranged for the visiting midship-
men, officers and enlisted men of
the Task Group will be announc-
ed later by Headquarteri 15th
Naval District.
FOR RENT: New, modern, well
ventiloted, and screened apart-
ments, Ancon Avenue No. 61. Mi-
guel Hive. Phone 2-2446.
FOR RENT: Two room furnished
apartment screened. $50.00; two
room furnished opartment screen-
ed. $60.00, balcony all tile floors
and free garage. Hopkins Apart-
ments, 63, 4th of July Ave. Phone
Panama 2-1032, Carreras, or
phone Balboa 2-2966. Hopkins.
FOR RENT:If looking for refined
surroundings to live come to hous*
82, Avenido Porras. Lovely opart-
ment completely furnished. Beauti-
ful view, large grounds.
ALADDIN
KEROSENE Mantle Lamp
60 Candle Power of Modern Whit
Light. Burn so Hours On 1 gal. of
Kerosene. Use 94% AIR Onlv 1%
KKROSKNE. Absolutely Safa It
cannot Explode Require no gener-
ator- or pump No Smoke nr Odor.
So Simple a Child Can Operate II
$9.95 Lowest Price
ever Offered In Panam.
All Parta Available.
On Sale In All RARDWAIW and
FURNITURE Store
Distributor:
W0N0 CHANO, S. A.
Coln tth St. Balboa >
Tel J*3
Panam S3 Central Av*.
Tel. 2.MS7
OVER THE FALLS TO DEATH Rescue wo'rters^o'^awav
all that's left of "The Thing,'* so named by its builder Wil-
liam "Red'' Hill, who rode It over Niagara's 162-foot Horseho
Falls to his death. The rubber barrel, made of inner tubes
was ripped to pieces, and Hill's body washed ashore later'
His brother vowed to ride the falls himself in a steel barrel
next Sunday.
Tight Finish For Runoff
In Mississippi Primaries
JACKSON, Miss., Aug. 10 (UP) i Johnson, son of a late MUsls-
Two comparative youngsters, sippi governor, was tagged bv his
ilR Tnnninti Tr ondlf flow ,..,...,-,._ ii_ \.-^rrw J .
FOR RENT:Furnished 2 bedroom
aportment, opposite ocean. Excel-
lent locat.on. Federico Boyd No.
I. Tel. 3-1516.
FOR RENT: Furnished opartment..
across bus stop. 4th of July 'Av*.
No. 5, phon* 2-4448.
FOR RENT
Room.
FOR RENT-In Bella Vista beautiful-
ly furnished rooms, all convenien-
ces. Mexico Avenue 69, near 43rd
St. Phon* 3-0553.
FOR RENT: Furnished room, pri-
vate both, private entrance, very
'cool, 45 dollars and 50 dollars,
Belia Vista, near bus stop. Tel. 3-
1648.
MIAMI JALOUSIES
in glass, wood and aluminum.
Traverse
Curtain Rails.
Installed in
any length.

Transparent
Fade Pro-
tecting
window shade.

The new
COWES
VENETIAN
BLIND,
amazing low
prices.
R. A. COWES y Ca.
Tel. 2-0756 Ave. Cuba No. 67
The New Yorker magazine
comes out on top in The Best
American Short Stories, 1951,
edited by Martha Foley (Hough-
ton Mifflin). Six of the 28 stories
in the anthology originally ap-
peared in that publication. Ma-
demoiselle ran second with three
stories, while Charm originally
published two. Harper's Bazaar
and The Atlantic, prime sources
in the past, have only one each,
along with a number of lesser
known literary magazines. Mass-
publicatlon magazines are not
represented at all. Subject mat-
ter runs from Roger Angel's
"Flight through the Dark," deal-
ing with the worries and anxie-
ties of an upper mlddleclass Am-
erican as he files home from
Washington, to IJona Karmel's
"Fru Holm," on the frustrations
and lonelines of old age...
Paul B. Johnson, Jr., and Lt. Oov.
Sam I.umpkin. were running
neck-and-neck last night for the
right to meet 69-year-old former
Oov. Hugh White In a Democrat-
ic primary runoff as wearied
election officials continued
counting and recounting the
votes cast in Tuesday's hectic
election.
With 44 precincts left to be
heard from. Including some big
boxes in Hinds and Harrison
counties which Include the cities
of Jackson, Blloxl and Oulfport,
Johnson led Lumpkln by some
1,030 votes.
Lumpkln bid for votes with the
promise that he would continue
the fight for States' Rights. He
campaigned for the States'
Rights ticket of Thurmond and
Wright In the 1948 Presidential
election.
opponents with leaning toward
the Truman Administration. He
served {or a year as a Federal
District Attorney during g time
when the States' Rlghters, or
"Dixlecrats," were left out in th*
cold when lt oame to Federal ap-
pointments and jobs.
Johnson, however, stoutly de-
nied the Truman charges and
stated that If elected he would
fight for the principles of States'
Rights and promised that ther
would be no breakdown In segre-
gation during hi* administration.
White, who fathered Mississip-
pi's Balance Agriculture with In-
dustry program, promised thai
he would continue to do his ut-
most to attract more new bust-,
ness to the State. The BAWI pro-,
gram grants tax free exemptions'
for the first five years to new
businesses in Mississippi.
Mi
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:2 bedroom house. Golf
Height*, corner Belisario Porras.
Inquire Lewis Service, Tivoli Ave.
No. 4.
PAUL'S
MARKET
JUST RECEIVED
Fresh Killed
LAMBS
from Asger Kierulf's
finca La Venta
Ancient Indian Life
Traced In Florida
HOMOSASSA, Fla.. Aug. 10
(U.P.i Archaeologists have
gained new knowledge of In-
dina life in Florida before the
discovery of America by study-
ing human skeletons, weapons,
and pottery uncovered by two
fishermen along the Homosassa
River.
The Indian relics were found
in a sparselv-populated section
of the state near the Gulf coast,
and onlv a few miles from In-
dian mounds estimated to dale
back to 600 AD.
The fishermen found 10 skele-
tons, stone knives, arrowheads,
pieces of pottery and native
beads.
Two archaeologists of the
state park service studied the
findings and estimated the pot-
tery was made between 1200
and 1400 A.D.. or probably a
full century before the first
Spanish explorers set foot on
the soil of Florida.
Not far from Homosassa are
Indian mounds that experts sav
date back to 600 AX).
Archaeologists say they were
used as ceremonial grounds bv
th< Timuqua Indians.
Sea food and deer seem to
have been the mainstays of
their diet.
Mike Weiss, a weekend golfer
who collected 43 cups and tro-
phies in a five-year period, Is au-
thor of an absorbing golf book
titled 100 Handy Hints on How
to Break 100 (Prentice-Hall> The
burden of his advice is to think
less about the. technicalities of
grip, streke and stancejust re-
lax and play gojf. You can't learn
to hit a golf ball from books, pic-
tures, radio talks or phonograph
recrds. Weiss writes. "You must
feel it!" HLs book makes sense...
World Council Of Churches
Sees No Quick Peace Path
LONDON, Aug. 10 (LPS) No
quick and simple solution can be
expected for present Internation-
al tensions, says the World Coun-
cil of Churches in a report out-
lining its attitude to peace pro-
posals of a vague and general na-
ture.
Th* report said: "Peace is not
a- magic condition which can be
conjured up at the stroke of a
pen. Present acute international
tension has lasted too long and Is
too complex in origin to admit of
quick termination or simple so-
lution.
"Nor are they tfue friends of
peace who while crying out for
peace create strife and so inten-
sify divisions.
"For the World Council of
Churches to seek to join in a gen-
eral peace appeal now is not a
practicable policy and its pur-
suit would not help the general
solution.
'The executive committee and
the Commission of Churches on
international Hairs will not fail
to watch for opportunities of co-
operation on concrete Issues
where there.1* tome promise of a
fruitful intervention on just
grounds.
"But the right path for the)
World Council at the present
time is to continue to work for
and to support the utmost con-
centration of effort by all con-
cerned on preventing war step by
step.
This would include the pro-
motion t>f healthy economical
conditions in those parts of the
world where they are most need-
ed,"
INSTANT
Fat-Free Potodered Milk
(fortified with Vitamin D)
for
DRINKING
for
COOKING
for
WHIPPING
rarm Fresh
Flavor!
On' Sale in
Commissaries.
The story of a girl who was
Jilted at the altar but rebuilds
her shattered life by strength
of character and a lucky choice
of friends and environment Is
told by Margaret Kennedy in
Lucy Carmichael, the August Lit-
erary Guild selection (Rinehart).
Lucy eventually finds happiness,
although there is some rough
sledding in spots on the way to
her goal. Much of the action
takes place at the Art Institute
in Ravonsbridge, a cathedral
town, where Lucy gets a job on
the faculty.
Wind Tunnel Opens
New Snace Vistas
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 10
(UP' 'the first supersonic
wind tunnel for studying the
almost unknown region 80 to
200 miles above the earth Is
In operation at the University
of California at Berkeley.
Air speeds as great as 950
miles per< hour, more than the
speed of sound, have been pro-
duced In a stainless steel tube
onlv five feet long and one and
one-half feet wide. The offices
of naval and air research furn-
ished funds to build the tunnel.
Air speeds of 1.800 miles per
hour can be made in the new
tunnel by firing tlnv molecules
into the tube under extreme
heat. This stimulates the at-
mosphere which has so far been
entered only by rockets and
comic strlo heroes.
Before the supersonic tunnel
was developed, scientists could
produce onlv a little over a 50-
mile-an-hour wind in air tun-
nels.
BLESS MY BUTTONS!Bectod Pearly King and Quern of the)
annual festival of London's famous costermongars, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Marriott, of Finsbury, celebrate by lighting up a pair of cigars, j
Thousands of pearl buttons went Into the making of their costumes.!
RISING STARSheila Lerwill
gets a triumphant ride on team-
mates' shoulders after breaking
the world record for the wo-
men's high jump at London's
Amateur Athletic Association
Championships. She cracked the
Krevious mark held by The
etherlands' Mrs. Fanny Blank-
ers-Koen by a quarter of an
inch with five feet seven and
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II you'd rent it or you'd sell
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 10. 1951
THB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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SIMSON DAVIS NUPTIALS SOLEMNIZED
AT LOURDES GROTTO IN CRISTO REY
In Crteto Rey Church last ennto Mhi Marisabel Darb,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Oberly D- of Caranda.,
was married to John Harris Slmson, of Philadelphia. Penn-
sylvania, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Emanoel Simson, of
' The' Reverend Father Iais Hiera, C.M.P., Mrformad the
ceremony before the Grotto of the Blessed Virgin of Lourdes.
Sponsors at the wedding wereWion of three months visiting re-
the bride's parenu, Mr. Anasla- .latives in Pennsylvania and on a
eio Sogandares. Mrs. Elena B. trip to New Mexico.
de Aguilera. Mr. and Mrs. Mll-
clades Arosemena. Dr. Lidia So-
gandares, Dr. Juan Bernal, Mrs.
Mercedes P. de Bernal, Mr. Al-
fredo Alemn, and Mr. and Mrs.
Fortunato Bernal.
Bscorted to the altar by her fa-
ther, the bride wore a gown of
ivory satin styled with a fitted
bodice adorned with inserts of
chantilly lace, long sleeves and
very full skirt terminating In a
train. Her finger-tip veil of il-
lusion was held in place by a tia-
ra of orange blossoms. She car-
ried an arm bouquet of white ros-
es and orange blossoms.
Miss Elena Raquel Aguilera was
maid of honor. She was dressed
in a strapless gown of plain and
embroidered white Swiss organ-
za made with a- fitted bodice,
capelet and bouffant ballerina-
length skirt. Her headdress was
made of illusion tulle. She car-
ried a bouquet of red roses.
The Junior bridesmaid. Miss
Lldla Sogandares, was attired in
a street-length dress of pleated
Church in Bella Vista, that will
last through Sunday. This even-
ing is amateur night and all am-
ateurs are welcomed to take part.
An original skit will be presented
by Mario de Obaldla.
This fair is open to the public.
Doctors Wives Club Has
Luncheon and Meeting
Members of the Doctors Wives
Luncheon Club gathered together
at the Albrook Field Officers Club
for their monthly meeting and
luncheon on Wednesday. Hostess-
Mr and Mrs. Fredrick C. At-
Union of Gamboa, are departing Imfor u.affair" M" *>;
on the same ship lor a vacation art PostlewaU Mrs Edward Day,
of three months to be spent in Mrs. Hugh Randall and Mrs.
1 HOt Suut the members at the
luncheon were Mrs. Emma Er-
man. Mrs. F. R. Smith. Mrs.
Stuart. Mrs. Wlnans, Miss Sue
Core, Miss Esther Rubenstein,
Miss Harriett Woolf and Miss
Rose Neuzll.
A special musical ptogram was
presented by the A.B.C. Trio of
Albrook Field.
Members present were Mrs. W.
T. Bailey, Mrs. J. c. Bates. Mrs.
8. J. Beaudry, Mrs. S. H. Blber,
Mrs. R. H. Boon. Mrs. P. O.
Bouland. Mrs. A. Chartock, Mrs.
j. E. Douglas, Mrs. J. H. Drs-
helm, Mrs. E. D. Erman, Mrs.
H. L. Graff, Mrs. A. J. Grteco,
Mrs. D. M. Hardy. Mrs. George
E. Htaner. Mrs. K. W. Jones,
Mrs. D. A. Jutzy. Mrs. C. H.
Springs. Arkansas.
Going on the same ship are Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford E. Currier of
Gamboa, who are spending a va-
cation of three and a half months
In the United States. They will
take a trip through Canada to
the west coast of the United
States and then return through
the southern route. Oa their re-
turn trip they will visit with their
sons-in-law and daughters, Dr.
and Mrs. A. V. Goude In Atlan-
ta, Georgia and Captain and Mrs.
Buck Post In Baltimore, Mary-
land.
Sixty Women's Club Members
Attend Luncheon-Muslcale
About sixty members of the .
Balboa Woman's club and their Lasely,Mrs J.E! Marshall. Mrs.
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, guests enjoyed a buffet luncheon J. R. MttciMll. Mrs. Thompson,
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and Lllv Sudlv were train bear- tlon was arranged by Mrs. Chas,
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bearer.
A reception for about one hun-
dred and fifty guests was held in
the ball room of the Hotel Tlvoll,
following the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Simpson will take
a wedding trip to Havana, Cuba
and Miami, Florida.
Mrs. Morse Receives
On Her 89th Birthday
Mrs. W. M. Morse celebrated
her eighty-ninth birthday on
Wednesday. During the day she
received her children, grand chil-
dren, great grand children and
Irlends.
Mr. and Mr. Morse make their
home with their daughter and
son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Mat-
thew Shannon of Balboa.
Farewell Luncheon
Mrs. Alfonso Brld was guest of
honor at a "no host" farewell
luncheon and card party at the
Union Club yesterday. Mrs. Brld
is leaving on Saturday for a va-
cation in Canada.
Mrs. De La Guardia Honored
at Bon Voyage Luncheon
As a farewell to Mrs. Guiller-
mo de la Guardia, who Is leaving
soon for New York, a group of
irlends entertained with a lun-
cheon and card party at Mrs.
Carlos Eleta's country home, cer-
meo, on Tuesday.
A musical program was pre-
sented by Mrs. Ernest Zelnlc, pi-
anist and Mrs. George Lowe, so-
lo singer.
The artistic center-piece was-
deslgned by Mrs. William Hearon.
Those assisting as hostesses were
Mrs. John Demarest, Mrs. Ralph
Otten. Mrs. Ethel Ives, Mrs.
Charles Little, Mrs. Frances Se-
bastian, Mrs,* Roy Curry. Mrs.
Murray Clipper. Mrs. Hugh Glb-
lln, Mrs. John Childress. Mrs. J.
B. Fields. Mrs. Harry cranfleld,
Mrs. Oliver Culp and Mrs. J. B.
Devore.
The Alvarez Calderons
Announce Birth of Son
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Alfredo Alvarez Calieron of Li-
ma, Peru on Monday, August 6. In
Lima. Mrs. Alvarez Caldern Is
the former Marcela Arlas,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Adolfo
P. Arias.
Dr-, and Mrs. Arias are visiting
with their daughter and son-in-
law in Lima.
L. L. Parker, Mrs. E. A. Rose,
Mrs. F. R, 8mlth, Mrs. Arthur
Sprlngall. Mrs. G. M. Stevenson,
Mrs. I. P. Strumpf, Mrs. J. D.
Summerlln. Mrs. G. E. Zern,
Mrs. I. F. Berger, Mrs. William
Brown, Mrs. F. R. Brown. Mrs.
H. C. Deering, Mrs. L. E. Fon-
taine, Mrs. Julian Hunt. Mrs.
William 8. Ossenfort.Mrs. E. R.
Osterberg. Mrs. David Senzer,
Mrs. C. Slgafoos, Mrs. J. R. Ly-
man, Mrs. Spencer. Mrs. Shan-
non. Mrs. Renick, Mrs. Schroll
and Mrs. Jacobs.
Benefit Festival Begins
Tonight at Cristo Rey
Tonight Is the first night of------------.-,------. - -r-------
the benefit festival at Cristo Rey ritual In unison, and called to or-
Beta Sif ma Phi
Holds Model Meeting
Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma
Phi Sorority hel da model meet-
ing at their Sorority house In
Curundu Tuesday evening for the
following pledges: Dorothy Tay-
lor, Lenore Ross. Betty Parrell,
Lou Slmenoux, Ruth MacArthur,
Irene Ange and Bar bou r Curies.
Members attending were: Genie
Williams. Peggy Wertz. Marian
Kariger. Charlotte Cagely, Betty
Boyer. Alice Myers, Pat Lenne-
vllle Lorraine Terry. Nannette
Lynch. Pat Kuller. Mary Jane Ce-
nac. and Ava Howell.
The meeting was opened by all
members repeating the opening
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Swingle
Visiting Relatives Here
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Swingle and
their daughter. Miss Elsie Swin-
gle, of Hawley, Pennsylvania,
have arrived In Panama for a vis-
It with relatives here.
They will spend some time with
their daughter and sons-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Barras of
San Juan Place. Mr. and Mrs. R.
M. Hayden of Curundu and Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Doetsch of Quar-
ry Heights.
Leaving on 8.S. Cristobal
For United States Today
Mr. and Mr. Ralph Schnell of
Balboa Heights are leaving today
for the United State* aboard the
SS. Cristobal to spend a vaca-
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This discovery Is In pleasant, easy-
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And tbfe amaslng. new gland and
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aflores M.nfc.ee! aa>ef Vifsri/f
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7:30Jazz Salon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
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8:45The Duke Steps Out
8:00NEWS
9:15Women's World (VOA)
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12:05Luncheon Music
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1:00 NEWS
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2:15Date For Dancing
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NOTICE
The Hotel Panamonte
will dose the 15th of August for the rainy j
season and reopens in December.
Management.
der by Pat Kuller with Nannette
Lynch making the opening re-
marks of Welcome to the pledges.
Genie Williams gave a talk on
"Alms, Purpose, and Scope of Be-
ta Sigma Phi." and-"Painting the
Person." followed by the "History
of Beta Sigma Phi" by Charlotte
Cagely.
Steak Is Crudest Blow
OMAHA, Neb. (UP) A bur-
glar with an odd mixture of
tastes, including one for wine,
entered an Omaha home. He took
several pounds of steak, one ba-
nana, a bottle of wine and seven
packages ,of gum.
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"AGE EIGHTH
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1951
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'. COMMANDER AND MRS. ROEPKE
VE FAREWELL DINNER PARTY
Lieutenant Commander Fred C. Roepke rave a cocktaH
party and dinner at their quarters in Coco Solo Wednesday
evening as a farewell to Captain Carl M. Dumbauid, U.S. Xavy
iM.C, and Mrs. Dumbauid, and Lieutenant Commander F. W.
""^'CoUrelU M.C. U.S. Navy, and Mrs. Cottrell who will leave the
,.,.i Isthmus soon to make their home in the United Stairs.
Gardenia corsages were presented to the ladies who at-
*uo (ended the party.
Those who attended included
Captain and Mrs. Robert L.
-"Ware, Commander and Mrs. Ro-
"""bert C. Ray. Commander and
""lOrs. Mason Morris. Commander
"'"'fid Mrs. Davis Henderson and
JL,t. an dMrs. Chester H. Lucas.
' Wedding Anniversary Celebrated
o: Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Hen-
"'Tiques of Colon observed the 20th
,". anniversary of their wedding at
Franklin McGulnness Celebrates
11th Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Mc-
Gulnness of New Cristobal enter-
tained with an elaborate birth-
day party for their son. Franklin,
on the occasion of his 11th birth-
day Tuesday. The party was
held on the lower floor of their
residence in the late afternoon
and buffet supper was served.
Frankle's jcrandmother. Mrs.
aJuncheon party given at their Frank A. McGuinness of Balboa,
home last Sunday afternoon.
- u3ne'r Ruests Included Misses
Jachael and Sara Heniiquez of
Bella Vista, aunts of Mr. Henrl-
ju'ez. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J.
JI Heniiquez of Colon and Edward,
r" Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gul-
Uage and two children. Mr. and
':4xs. Charles F. Williams. Miss
Anne Williams, Mr. Charles Will-
m lftms. Jr., Miss Ann O'Malley. Mr.
,- Lad Mrs. Colin H. Lawson with
4 Pat and Colleen, and Anne Marie,
Judith and Hermie Jo Henriquez.
V
made the birthday cake which
was iced in blue and silver with
candy roses and which held 11
candies.
The guest list included Gayle,
Vickl and Johnny Fettler. Kath-
leen, Joan. Walter and Ruth
Crouch. Jackie and Bobby Wal-
lace. Gene Shumate, Johnny
Poole. Marie and Andy Fraser,
Frank and John Dlsharoon. Bar-
bara Rice, Bernadette Lees. Rich-
ard Carpenter. Jerry. Eddie. Do-
ris. Johnny and Ruby Pabon. Er-
nie Terry. Bobby Richardson,
Charlie, Freddy and Mary Chase,
Wayne and David Rice, Maritza,
Mrs. Wolf Honored with
Handkerchief Shower
' Mrs. Frank Wolf, who plans to Hiomara, Esteban and Caridad
-leave the Isthmus soon for a va- Jimenez. Jess and Jimmy Jones.
'""Cation in the States, received a i Paul Fredlckson, Donald and
shower of beautiful handkei j Donna Humphrey and Frankle's
' chiefs at the social hour which cousins Tommy and Johnny Mc-
followed the monthly meeting of Guinness and Sam and Robert
Cristobal Rebekah Lodge No. 2.
Mrs. Percy Lawrance. president
of the club, presided at the busi-
ness meeting. The dark horse
, package was won by Mrs. Mary
JjOU Tolbert.
Hostesses for the evening were
in
McGulnness. The adults who at-
tended were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
A. McGuinness, the honoree's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tho-
mas F. McGuinness, his aunt and
uncle from Pedro Miguel. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert McGulnness, his
pjjir*. Turner at whose home the [aunt and uncle of Panama. Mr.
group met. Mrs. Jenny Redman
and Mrs. Marie Wolf. Others
l.present included Mrs. Margaret
Schofleld, Mrs. Leta Robinson,
Mrs. Betty O'Rourke. Miss Grace
.."Williams. Mrs. Freda Boyston,
; Mrs. Margaret Shouburg. Mrs.
.i Violet Deaklns. Mrs. L. Wray,
-Mrs. RobertaCrandall.Mrs. Vlr-
, gtoila Cralg, and Mrs. Helen
Stern.
Sergeant and Mrs. Adams
Announce Birth of. Daughter
I .Sergeant and Mrs. Arnold L.
Adams of Quarry Heights are re-
Robert Kelly and Mr. E. H Al-
britton of Balboa. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry T. Carpenter, Mr. and
Mrs. John Fettler, Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Pabon. Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Wallace. Mr. and Mrs.
Esteban Jimenez. Sergeant and
Mrs. Frank Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Terry, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Donald Humphrey, Mrs. Paul
Dlsharoon and Mrs. H. P.
Crouch.
I Sojourners Enjov
1 Colorful Meeting
Members of Caribbean Chapter
^Calving congratulations on the No. 21. National Sojourners met
birth of a daughter at 'Gorgas I at Fort Gulick Officer's Cjub
Hospital August 8. The baby has 'Tuesday evening. Twenty seven
lineen named Jean Marie. Mrs. members and their guests were in
,Adams is the former Miss Rita attendance. A steak dinner pre-
Mann, the daughter.of Sergeant ceded the meeting,
-r-aqd Mrs. S. D. Mann of Gatun. | With a background of national
,^whb was bom and reared on the : colors representing each of the 21
Atlantic Side of the Isthmus. Latin American countries partlci-
Give your skin a soft, velvety,
sweet-tinted finish with Pond'
heavenly face powder. Because
it's "sheer-gauge," Pond's Dream-
flower Powder drifts on lightly,
smoothly . and clings for hours!
Choose your Pond's Powder today.
Choose from eight enchanting
Dreamflower sfiadesi
VISCOUNTIS* MIDPOtT. OUCHISS
Of MONTf. harming English peeress,
ears, "I'm thrilltd with Pond i n.w sheer
Dreemflewet Peweer. II mni lo (I ., mf
tale MHftW, mm iu*l. celeer."
patlng In the facilities available
to them at the USARCARIB
School and flanked on ether side
by pilotos and other descriptive
illustrations, the decora ti o n s
were most Interesting and attrac-
tive.
Colonel Henry F. Taylor. USA
Commanding He:tiquarters and
Atlantic Sector Activities' was a
special guest for the evening. Mr.
William Badders was elected to
honorary membership and Lt.
N. Roy Nellsen, U.S.,Navy, to re-
gular membership.
Colonel James W. Pumpelly,
USA. commanding USARCARIB
School was the guest speaker for
the evening and ablyi outlined
the purpose and operatlone o
the School. The addition of hu-
man relation anecdotes and a-
muslng Incidents was most in-
teresting and made it east to un-
derstand the value of this activi-
ty in the expanding goodwill
mission.
Lt. John Prehle, U.S.A.. and
Lt. Donald W. Dewey. U.S.A.,
were in charge of arrangements
for this meeting. The Brazos
Brook Golf and Country Club has
been chosen as the place of meet-
ing for September 11. ^
---------- i
Girl Scouts Climax
Summer Camping
With Naval Cruise
I The Girl Scout summer en-
jcampment at Camp Trbol will
be concluded this year by a
Navy cruise arranged by the
| Commandant, 15th Naval DIs-
: trist. About 50 Girl Scouts from
Camp Trbol, accompanied by
one adult supervisor lor eacn
10 girls, will meet at Panama
Railroad Pier 18, Balboa, next
Tuesday, August 14. at 9:30-a.
m., to board the USS ACM-12
(auxiliar mine layen.
Lieutenant Stanley C. Orr,
USN, is the Commanding Ofll-
cer ol the ship, which, at 10:00
a. m. will proceed to the Ta-
boga Island area, as well as
cruise near the other islands In
the waters adjacent to the Pa-
I chic entrance to the Panama
' Canal, returning to Pier 18 at
2:30 p. m.
This Naval cruise will climax
the campers' seven week pro-
gram, during which the Girl
Scouts engaged in shell collect-
ing on Far Fan beach, hikes to
the Curundu Zoo, Campcraft
skills, arts and crafts, first aid,
swimming, singing, and dancing.
The campers also cooked one
meal a week on out-of-door fire-
places of their own construc-
tion.
Camp Trbol, located at the
former CalrC Building. Albrook
Airforce Base, is under the di-
rection of Mrs. Harold Harstad,
of Rousseau, Canal Zone. This
camp is one of four sponsored
by the Canal Zone Girl Scout
Council.
Couple Re-Weds After 15 Years
"IT TOOK 15 YEARS OF SEPARATION to realize we were
still in love." Vonnie Conrad, the happy bride drinks a toast
to the same man she married and divorced 15 years ago.
They have been in love ever since, and a chance meeting
stance: it off all over again. Yesterday afternoon Vonnie, a
former "Miss Caliiornla" exchanged I do's with Harold Leroy
Conrad, her former husband. Conrad is with the Marine Na-
vigation In Balboa and Vonnie runs the Tynan Travel Agency
In New York. Judge Ralph J. Chlttlck performed the mar-
riage ceremony in the Balboa Magistrate's Court. The couple
are honeymooning at Hotel El Panama. Vonnle's Maid of
Honor at the first marriage,.Kathrvn Cravens' had Just missed
the ceremony by one week.
(Photo by El Halcn)
BURKE BUSINESS
NEW YORK. (NEA Though
not related. Joe Burke, one-eyed
South Orange. N.J.. bonus beauty
signed by the Giants for $30,000.
was discovered by another Burke
Frank, the scout.
Handsome Gunman Elects
To Shoot In Out Loses
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LARGE K
PERSONAL 15<
NEWSMAN OR NO?-Under
fire from the American press is
Mikhail Federov, above, head of
the Washington bureau of Tats,
Soviet news age/icy. The presi-
dent of the American Society of
Newspaper Editors, Alexander.
E. Jor.es. charges that Federov is#
not a newspaperman at all, but
a trained agent of the Politburo.
Jones asked the government lo
investigate.
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FORT PAYNE, Ala., Aug. IB
(UP) Billy Davis, handsome
young bad man who vowed he
would not be taken alive, lay dead
In a morgue here today, his body
pierced three times by officers'
bullets.
The FBI agents and Dekalb
County sheriff Gene Young shot
the 23-year-old paroled Teanes-
see convict to death last night
after surprising him in his sleep
at a farm house hldeway near
here.
The accused Jewelry store rob-
ber and auto thief had led autho-
rities in a 36-day manhunt over
three states in which he twice
shot it out with police, eluded an
armed posse in a wood and ran
at least one roadblock.
In his trail Davis left three
erstwhile companions, two of
them young women, under arrest,
and eight cars he was accused of
stealing in his flight through
Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee.
Davis was near his Paint Rock,
Ala., birth place when he carried
out his boast: "They'll never take
me alivethey have too much on
me now."
Sheriff George H. Noles said
the officers roused Davis and
gave him a chance to surrender
but he instead Jumped out of bed
with a revolver and tried to shoot
hl way to freedom once more.
"He pulled an eight-shot .22
caliber pistol from underneath
his pillw.and aimed it at Young's
stomach and told him to back out
of the room,'' Noles said.
"Young grabbed the barrel of
the gun and shoved lt to one side.
They had quite a scuffle over
that gun. After he was shot Davis
tried to jump out of the window."
Davis was shot twice In the
chest and once in the left arm.
Noles, acting as coroner, ruled
the death Justifiable homoclde.
The alleged companions were
Identified as Elmer Todd, 22, of
Manchester. Tenn., Mrs. Judy
Southerland, 19, of Columbia.
Tenn,, and Miss Bertha Keener,
of Chattanooga, Tenn.
-Todd, a former prison crony,
was captured in a gun battle near
Talladegn, Ala., following the
holdup of a Sylacauga, Ala., Jew-
elry store.
Mrs. Southerland was arrested
on burglary charges at Home-
wood, Ala., where Davis had his
first shooting skirmish and Miss
Keener had been arrested earlier
at Columbus, Ga.. where the s*:-
ond skirmish afterward occur-
red.
Mrs. Sutherland said at Colum-
bia, Tenn., where she was free
under bond that she was "not
surprised" at Davis' death. "He ;
wasn't a bad boy," she said. "I!
sure do hate It."
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Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
FIVE-STAR PESTS AT SHAPE
Eisenhower, In what has called the toughest Job In
the world, has two weighty problems: One, the official
task to get Western Europe more closely united for
Western Europe's own defense: Two. the personal crusher
how to get a little time to himself each day and week
in the face of the increasing invasions of Visiting Fire-
men." That thing is getting him down. Americans, par-
ticularly Congressmen, don't think they've been to Europe
unless they'd "discused the situation with Ike. He s un-
failingly patient, pleasant. But he kills himself a little
bit every time he has to give up aU relaxation, particular-
ly his golf, which is too often. It's his '' **c*Ve:
the restoration he counts on to keep him fit for i.A-n<>
H-hour days. He Isn't worried over politics. But he Is
hounded by politicians.
PrlscUla (Mrs. Alger) Hiss. I hear, got-a job with a big book
publishing house... Columbia Pictures advises methat Sen To-
bev eot no fee for doing the trailer praisinft "The Whistle at
Eaton Falls" I guess seeing and hearing himself grimace and
>u was adequate compensation.. While Army footbaicoach
Earl Blalk was showing the movie, "Saturday's Hero, to the an-
nual conclave of iootSall coaches at West Point; the.expulsion
order against most of his team was being signed. One ol the
players In the film story suffers that penalty.
The Top Ten ASCAP (American Society of Composers. Au-
thors and Publishers stars (including such as Rodgers and
Hammersteln Irving Berlin, etc.) have signed a petition to res-
ele thTyou^^^^ writer from the plight intowh ch the,'reckless-
ly forced themselves by pressuring the Department of Justice
into a ruling that song-writers must be paid on a basis of per-
formances" Instead of the grading system which had been used
ince the birth of his organization, which exacts royalties irom
au'pubhc use of songs, and distributes millions of dollars a year
to its members and their heirs.
The vounrsters hearing their current hits splashed and
bang?d frZ Ske-boxe* and radio and TV, screens, felt hey
weretogTof the day and that they were "carrying., a 1 ot of
fading or obsolete old-timers. They demanded pay^for play. TOW
urged a ruling that the ASCAP accounting was a monopoly,
violating anti-trust laws. And they won.
Then the count began. And, to the chagrin and
amazement of the flash hit creators, It turned out that
the "standards" far outran the biggest of the new Aum-
bers. Such taken-for-granted songs as "Happy Birthday
to You." "Easter Parade," "Kiss Me Again," "O, What a
What a Beautiful Morning," and many hundreds of
others, proved to be the bread and butter of music used
day after day. Theme songs repeated endlessly piled up
terrific totals.
The result was that the rich AAI members, who didn't need or
want the money, to whom it was a petty by-product almost
doubled their allotments, while the one-hit and other come-
lately boys, who depended largely on their ASCAP Incomes^ were
cut down to figures they had not dreamed would represent the
over-all demand for their current stuff L Wolfe Gilbert, the
veteran who stood out against the switch and NUttaji aafl
efforts to opposing it. is now one of the leaders in the movement
to get a reversal of the ruling and restore the younger contingent
to ratings more favorable to themselves.
I/have in work a movie plot around this situation, dramatiz-
ing the work of ASCAP, what it has done for broken-down com-
posers and lyric-writers, whom it has supported, rescued from
Doverty; and taken care of their widows and children. Musical
films around songs and their creators are popular. This one could
top them all, for. Instead of the material of-any one or any team,
it would have the American sones of all times a history of the
country in melody and verse. The story of ASCAP Is an emo-
tional thriller. Manv surviving greats from among Its rolls could
play and perform their own masterpieces, leaving a deathless
record of the men of this generation who contributed our great
songs, as well as the high spots of the departed ones whose
ponrlv-pald genius gave us the popular classics which are In the
public domain, a rich heritage which is national treasure.
Veronica Lake is touring In "Peter Pan" because Peter
Lawrence couldn't get Shirley Temnle. And Lawrence
Tibbett is along because Boris Karloff wasnt available
or amenable.. Martin and Lewis are knocking them-
selves out. They wrecked Jack Benny's record In Chicago.
That could be done only by added shows. Their manager
is csstaticbut their doctor is scared.
"Bagels and Yox" (biscuits and belly-larhs. In ghetto patois)
ran seven week In Miami and has been 'ne strong since Its
opening night. June 30. on the Mllllon-Do' Pier. Atlantic City.
It smells like another "Abie's Irish Rose." Beckman and Pranskv.
borscht-clrcult entrepreneurs, fnianced by Harry and Lou Brandt,
Important theatre-owners on "Broadway and elsewhere." took a
chance on this venture and are cleaning un. Thev will brine; the
piece to the Brandts' May fair on Sept. 24. Their press reoresentn-
tlve chances to be the one who never lost faith In "Abie" in its
darkest hours, after terrible notices, until the latei gambler.
Arnold Rothsteln, came to its relief with a salutary bankroll. He's
Charlie Washburn. a former Chicago newspaperman and author,
who has plugged some of the biggest operations on the Big Alley.
Savs George E. Phair, in Daily Variety: "Thus far the rocket-
shlD films have featured warlike invaders from far-off spheres.
But, coming up in England, Is a picture called 'L.D. 100,' a tale of
friendly visitors from another planet. Probably looking for a
loan."
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MORE ABOUT JOB ANALYSTS
Mall Box Editor
Panama American
Panama City, R.P.
D?ar Sir:
While a poor GS-2 worrying
about when the Job analyst comes
around to ask questions as to
your work, what about when he
or she doesn't ask any questions
and you receive a ropy of your
job description made by someone
else that seems to know more or
less nothing about it?
You aren't supposed to make
appeals and you can't refuse to
accept a job description because
their examination is final and
they can't waste time making
new analysis for poor guys like
you and me. not even If there Is a
request In writing from your
commanding officer, but if a big
shot wants to Increase his secre-
tary salary from G8-2 to GS-7, he
calls CP for a Job analyst, they
send Aladln with his Green Lamp
'right away-and he makes the
Miracle.
Sure there are Jobs in the Army
, that are Identical but with differ-
, ent grades, whom you know helps
'when you do have a relative or
: padrino that Is a big shot or at
least knows one. but what you
can do (after working hours)
helps too. you can play Gigolo or
Cinderella for your supervisors,
any sports or game may do the
trick, ping-pong, picnics or Ca-
nasta can solve your problems.
j you Just let them.. .win. and you
find the results In your next Job
description, you can ask for two
I promotions or from three to five
grades within a year If you want
to.
So dear GS-2. no matter if you
are she or he. stop worrying and
I get on the ball (after working
'hours.)
Mr. Fact*
Labor News
And
(Comment
"B-B-Bon Voyage.
By Victor Riesel
It's been a phony war against
the crime combines, the sin syn-'
dlcates and their footloose thugs, i
who apparently know more
about debonair living in our gay-
est cities and escaping dog day
heat than do Duncan Hlnes, the
AAA and whoever is the Mr.
Cook of contemporary tours.
That's for sure, as I've Just
discovered in a six-thousand mile
Jaunt with someone who knew
where to look.
Also for sure, I discover-
ed, is the grim fact that
while prominent citizens still
seek out the mob leaders'
lavish social company, and
talk of them as "good guys
who'll do me a favor If I ever
need one," other citizens are
living under heavy guard,
literally ready to shoot it
out with the torpedoes, since
the regular police forces
just can't seem to beat the
national combines.
As I said, the big fellows live
In lush style and apparently
have recovered from the shock
of last Spring's reluctant tele-
vision stints.
There wasn't a wrinkle In
Frankle Costello's tanned face
the other day outside a giant
hotel.
There wasn't a speak of dust
on his big Beverly Club gambling
house as I stood on a sun*
scorched Mississippi levee Just
a hundred yards or so behind
the Joint which, In handsomely
painted billboards on Route 90
outside New Orleans, announced
that it had only "Closed For the
Summer." They'll be back when
the heat's off.
And further south, in the
lush lobbies of Miami Beach's
gold coast hotels, there was no-
thing but the calmest relaxation
on the heavy-Jowled faces of the
gambling syndicate owners for
whom the crowds opened in
great deference.
What thev didn't know, and
what might have disturbed those
faces, whose sole problem was
carrying six-bit Havana cigars,
was the fact that at the mo-
ment, or Just a few days .earlier.
Treasury Dept. agents, and here
and there a special FBI man,
were going over the books of
the platinum-plated hotels, very,
very carefully.
The Federals had heard that,
once again, the mobs were seek-
ing to "lend" money to legiti-
mate hotel operators. Once
they did that, they could use
the hotel money to buy Into de-
fense plants.
The special Federal men,
right up the line Into De-
troit, were convinced that
the syndicates already had
used such resvectable fronts
to buy into the new and le-
nitimate war factories.
And so are the union leaders
convinced, especially those now
living under renewed suspicion
that more violence Is around
the corner as new organizing
drive* come off In the fall.
To a great many people all
this cops and robbers stuff Is
just fascina tin" reading.
Not to a union such as the
CIO Auto Workers led by Walter
Reuther and his colleagues. They
are not saying much, but they're
expecting some pressure from
the boys within the next three
months boys who don't want
their gambling rackets trampled
on by this hard hitting union.
Out in Detroit Is where you
see a union headquarters forced
to guard itself in a way no labor
building ever has been.
The Auto Union's handsome
new home, "Solidarity House," is
enclosed by fences, locked each
night
Behind these roam specially
trained watch dog patrols, re-
leased after dark.
Guards screen everyone going
into the building and, after a
while, tension grips many of
the busy union officials.
Special Auto 11 Ion investi-
gators still probe into the shoot-
ing of the Reuther brothers and
the death threat to Secretary-
treasurer Emlle Mazey.
These specialists check all
rumors and all tips. Then
everything goes into a mas-
ter file for cross-indexing,
at regular intervals all this
information is correlated
and analyzed. Somewhere
in that data is the key to a
rational mob.
Reuther takes most of this in
his stride as he plans activities
for his mllllon-man union which
will make national headlines In
the next two years.
There was. for example, the
early morning In Washington
when Reuther's bodyguard,
sleeping in an adjoining room,
was awakened by a pounding on
the door.
He tore it open to see Reuther,
fullv clothed, with packed bags.
'What's up?" the guard asked.
"We have 35 minutes to catch
a plane." Walter reported. "We'll
never mnke it." the guard sur-
mised. "I'm not dressed. What'll
we do?"
And Reuther characteristic-
ally retorted:
VI don't know what you're go-
ing to do, but I'm catching that
plane."
And he did. He had work to
do. He has even more now, for
In a few months he enters the
hospital for a gall stone opera-
tion.
But that sort of indifference
to physical hurt doesn't dispel
the shadows of the mobs who
are putting their millions se-
cretly, through complex stock
dea^:. lntn legitimate business.
And they want no Interference.

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Peace Camp
By BOB RUARK

SHANGRI-LA, Tanganyika.We phony up the
deadline on this one because we have hit upon
a piece of virgin territory that we would like to
keep virginal Insofar as possible.
To the best of my knowledge, it has been seen
bv only two safaris, and we are the second. It
Is completely unspoiled.
For Instance, the greater kudu. There Is no
more wary creature than this lovely animal,
save maybe the bongo antelope. The greater
kuilu is as big as a horse and as dainty as a
deer. He has gorgeous uncurling horns that
spiral twice and end from 45 to 80-odd Inches
from his skull in pale ivory tips. He has big
mule ears, a chevron on his nose, and his
beautiful gray hide Is barred with white.
And he Is wild, ordinarily, ohmlgawd, how
wild he is.
But here the kudu Is as comparatively tame
as a Tommy. We must have seen at close range
some 60 In 10 days. We might have shot 20
bulls, If we had counted the available Immature
laddybucks.
The cows were as tame as our own cows. But
we didn't shoot but three times. I missed one.
Harry Selby missed one. and I shot one.
The rest of the time we Just looked, and mar-
velled, and almost prayed.
An eland, that giant antelope which will
weigh over 2.000 pounds, is ordinarily as spooky
as a banshee. Here thev walk toward you, noses
stretched Inquiringly.
Same with buffalo, which ordinarily grab one
whiff of man and depart in a cloud.
The elephant bugled and crashed just across
the rlyer from camp, and their sign was as close
to the tents as 50 feet.
The hippos whuMed and the lions roared and
the leopards came to within 50 yards, just plain
curious.
The hyenas visited and sat beside the camp
fire, like dogs.
The lmpala may be one of the loveliest of
the antelope tribe, with their golden coat and
delicate backswept, lyrelike horns, and they are
always reasonably friendly. Here one actually
leaped over* the car radiator as we drove slow-
ly. ___________..
You had to halt and shoo them from the
path, and when they sprang high above the
earth It was only for fun. not panic.
Even the baboons, who streak off In terror at
the sight of a halted vehicle or a man on foot,
were chummy.
In one morning we saw perhaps 3,000 guinea
fowl, and this scary bird was as tame as a do-
mestic chicken.
Not even the crocodiles on the banks were
unduly alarmed at our intrusion.
None of these creatures knew man, except the
occasional native, and the locals in this vicinity
don't hunt. They rob beehives and cultivate
the soli.
I wouldn't know how the first man felt when
he looked around him, but I know we all felt...
reverent, I suppose. The white hunter, Harry
Selby, who has spent his life amidst game pro-
fusions, continually gasped.
We didn't want to shoot. We didn't even
want to talk loud.
We were camped on the river's edge, beneath
a vast grove of green acacias. The straw
beneath them had been trampled flat by all
the elephants who enjoyed their shade for hun-
dreds and thousands of years.
Sign tracks, dung, even the smell of the
animals were in the campsite we took over.
It was like living in a natural cathedral, to
If.ok upward in the cool created by the giant
trees, with a small dapple of sun here and there
to remove the dankness, like a ray streaming
tii through the stained glass of a church win-
do*.
You felt that there was nobody here but you
and God and the creatures he had made. It
was a capsuling of creation, unsoiled. unspoiled,
untouched bv greed or selfishness or cruelty or
suspicion.
I am ndl an especially religious man but here
I saw vividly the hand of God. the beauty of
His work, and the most perfect peace I have
ever observed.
We left it largely as we found It. That Is
the whv and wherefore of the anonymous date-
line. This place is too good for man.
None of us felt worthy of the animals and
birds and trees.
Government Jobs
Drew Pearson toys: Communist medical units on Bulga-
rian Yugoslav border inspire Marshall's war-warnings;
Sen. Hayden stymies crime probe; White House should
live up to Army Secretary Pace's standards.
WASHINGTON. Reason behind the alarming war-wa,.
rraae by Secretary of Defense Marshall and Army Secretary
Is the latest intelligence from the Balkans. This reports, i
other things, that Communist medical units have arrived
the Bulgarian-Yugoslav border.
Medical units do not participate in ordinary troop maneuvers.
They are the last to arrive before military action begins.
Maneuvers along the Yugoslav border In themselves may'hot
mean much. They nave been going on for months, and when
I visited the Bulgarian border last February, I interviewed; re-
fugees who had Just escaped from behind the Iron Curtain with
the news of new Russian concentrations in certain areas. How-
ever, latest US. Intelligence indicates that this has Increase^.
Bulgaria's army of around 200,000 men is now reported equip-
ped with Soviet combat vehicles, heavy artillery, and new'typs
ol fighter plane more powerful than the Yak. The Bulgar Army
is under General Atanasov, a 8ovlet citizen trained in Russia,
though of Bulgarian origin. His command post has been xtfrJted
from Sofia to the field.
All along the Rumanian and Bulgarian sides of the Yugoslav
border, a strip of land has been completely cleared and a Sieg-
fried Line of pillboxes built behind it. r
This could be part of the war of nerves against Tito, "& it
could mean that the Kremlin is ready to give Tito the blzsness.
Late August or September, after the harvest is in. always has
been the time when dictators get trigger-happy.
CRIME PROBE STYMIED
Senator Carl Hayden of Arizona, one of the most conscienti-
ous and respected members of the Senate has taken a strange
stand regarding the crime committee. It puzzles his colleagues
In the Senate.
As chairman of the powerful Senate Rules Committee, Hay-
den has flatly refused to authorize more money to be spent on
the crime probe. This has caused the crime committee, now
chalrmanned by conscientious Herbert O'Conor of Maryland, to
withdraw its Investigators from New York and other areas. It
also means that the committee will have to wind up its work
around September.
If Hayden were not such a respected member of the Senate,
his colleagues would suspect that pressure had been brought from,
certain political elements In touch with the hoodlums who base
around Phoenix. That city has been one of the centers for the
Illicit narcotic trade that comes up from Mxico.
Three times Senator Hayden has been approached by Senat-
ors who asked for more funds for the crime probe. Each tima
be has refused.
Under senatorial courtesy, Hayden, as chairman of the Rules
Committee, has the power to recommend funds for all Senate
investigations, and If he refuses. It is difficult to go over his head.
. In contrast, Hayden continues to dish out funds for all sorts
of other Senate probes while throttling an investigation which
has done more to clean up the big cities of the USA. than any-
thing in half a century.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
Friends of ex-Navy Secretary Matthews, now Ambassador to
Ireland, are advising him to see Eddie Dowllng's new show,
"Border Be Damned/' if he wants to understand some of the
problems between North and South Ireland. Entirely aside.from
the political Implications, the play's a smash hit. .
U.S. District Judge Robert Inch In New York took the trouble
to write a 11-page opinion on why he could not set aside a gull-
ty-of-treason plea by Lt. James Monti whom this column ex-
posed for working with the Nazis in Italy.
In contrast, U.S. District Judge Matt McQuire In Washington
slapped out an oral opinion "denied" In dismissing a petition by
a coal digger to examine the books of the United Mine Workers
welfare fund. George Llvengood of Uniontown, Pa., was fired out
of the union by John L. Lewis when he challenged some of the
expenditures of the miners' welfare fund, claiming that the min-
ers who earn the money for the fund have a right to see how tha
money is spent. This gets to the bottom of union rights, but
quick-tempered Judge McOulre didn't even bother to explain
why he denied the right to examine.
Not even Ezra Van Horn, the mine owners' representative on
the miners welfare fund, was permitted to see the books.
GRATUITIES IN HIGH PLACES
Washington observers are wondering whether the Whit
House Is going to follow the excellent precedent set by the Sec-
retary of the Army, Frank Pace, regarding gratuities.
Secretary Pace relieved Brig. Gen. David J. Crawford when
he found that Crawford's overnight hotel suite was paid for by
an army contractor; also that Crawford used army trucks to*haul
shrubbery for his home. Pace's forthright action met approval
everywhere
Meanwhile, the President has at his right hand some gentle-
men who also accepted favors. For instance:
1) His military aide, General Vaughan, accepted deep freezes
from a company needing favors from the government.
2 The President's personal doctor, MaJ. Gen. Wallace Gra-
ham, speculated in commodities at a time when the government,
was buying food for Europe. He was not relieved, as was Gen.
Crawford; but promoted. ______.
3) The Presidential aide In charge of picking government
personnel, Donald Dawson, was entertained free In a hotel la
4) The President's appointment secretary. Matt Connelly, en-
Joys the hospitality of an American Airlines vice-president for
which he has done Important favors. __
Maybe Secretary Pace should run the White House staff for
a day or so and enforce the excellent standard he has set for
the Army.
(Copyright, 1M1, By The Bell Syndicate. Inc.) _^

By Peter Edson

WASHINGTON (NBA).Mobilization Director
C. E. Wilson once asked a business associate he
had known for many years to come to Washing-
ton and help him out on the three-year na-
tional delense production Job. The reply he got
was something like this:
"If you're fool enough to give up your Job, to
give up vour home, to give up your time ana
go to Washington to live in an apartment, to
work six days and six nights a week, and to be
smeared all over the place if you re fool
enough to do those things, go ahead. Im not
going to." .... u.
There you have it in a nutshell one of the
biggest problems In Washington. It Is to recruit
competent experts with wide experience In some
highly technical field like steel production or
distribution, for temporary Jobs with the gov-
ernment. -.__.
Plenty of second stringers can be hired.
What's tough is getting the good ones.
Edwin T. Gibson, retiring as acting head or
Defense Production Administration, savs there
are three principal reasons whv most business-
men dodge the draft for defense Jobs.
Mr. Gibson himself Is executive vice president
of General Foods in private life. Despite the
fact that he was 67 vears old and had two heart
attacks, he came to Washincton last February
to help set up DPA. and get it goins\
It is now a going concern. Mr. Oibson doesn t
feel that In the present state of his health, he
Is the right man "to have to make tough deci-
sions right up to six o'clock everv evening.' as
he puts lt. .
So he is stepping aside for vounger. touener
Manly Flelshmann. But Mr. Gibson himself will
stay on as an adviser and as chairman of the
International Materials Conference.
His three reasons why businessmen won't take
Washington lobs are: .
1Thev are needed by their companies, wno
won't release them.
2They don't realb-e there's an emergency.
3They are frustrated by Washington.
This last point, which Is the most intangible,
is also probably the most Important.
Businessmen aren't trained in politics. They
can't understand why, if something has to be
done It has to be cleared with Congress, the
White House, State, Defense. Commerce. Agri-
culture, Interior. Labor and the Attorney Gen-
eral.
Then when a temporary government official
does back some course of action he considers
necessary for the good of his country, he gets
beat over the head unmercifully.
The chastisement which C. E. Wilson and
Stabilization Director Eric Johnston have re-
cently taken from the National Association of
Manufacturers Is on a par with what President
Truman wrote to the music critic.
Mr. Johnston reports that some business
friends he has known for years now won't speak
to him when they pass.
Mr. Wilson had Sidney Weinberg and Gen.
Lucius D. Clay as his assistants for a time. But
thev refused to take the punishment and went
home. In trying to replace them, Mr. Wilson
gets called "a fool."
There is of course a fourth reason whv busi-
nessmen won't come to Washington. Govern-
ment doesn't pay enough.
Ton government salaries outside of cabinet
officers and ambassadors are $17,500. But
most government bureau heads are in the $8000
to $12.000 bracket.
And men whom private industry would oav
$10 000. the government expects to hire for $5000
to $7500.
No smart and rising engineer or executive Is
going to give up his chances of promotion with
his company to come to Washington to work
and Uve In shoeboxes for less money.
To meet this situation. Congress has provided
for a limited number of "WOC" and "WAE" in
the defense agencies. *
The first are "without compensation" em-
ployes. Thev get $1 a year, plus transportation
and $15 a dav living expenses.
The "WAE" get $50 a dav plus transportatlo--
and $15 a dav keen, "when actually employed."
There are now 413 WOC's In the defense agen
ces under Mr. Wilson.
There are about 300 WAE's,
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
Reinforcements
Clear Road In
For Ike Get
Spending Bill
FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1951
WASHINGTON, Aur. 10 (UP). The House passed a record
peacetime $56,06-',405,890 military spending bill yesterday after
defeating a Republican drive to restrict the Administration's
Kwer to send troops to Gen. Dwirht D. Eisenhower's Atlantic
ct army.
It rejected, 131 to 84, an amendment by Rep. Frederick R.
Coudert, Jr., K. N.Y., which would have prohibited spending' any
money contained in the armed forces fiscal 1952 appropriations
bill for assignment of more than six 1. 8. divisions to the Euro-
pean army.
It was i- second time this session the House has defeated
a troops-lcT-Europe restriction. A similar proposal was rejected
163 to 158 on April 13. Four V. S. divisions now are in Europe
and two more have been promised.
Miss Kerr, Nursing
Education Expert,
On Point 4 Staff
The house earlier approved.
81 to 71, an amendment by Rep.
James E. Van Zandt. R Pa.,
which would ban the retire-
ment of officers who are un-
der the statutory rotiremnt age.
Officers now can retire at
half or three-quarters pay be-
fore they reach the legal re-
tirement age.
i In- House also approved,
122 to 102. another Van
Zandt amendment which
would let out of service af-
ter 12 months most unor-
ganised reservists who are
veterans of a year or more
service in World War II.
Van Zandt said only about
15.000 men would be affect-
ed directly.
The $56,062,405,890 voted the
named servicesmore than half
of lUfor planes, tanks, g\% s and
other weaponsis $1,542,608,500
less than the services asked.
The house appropriations
committee cut air force plane
buyint? funds by $500,000,000
but provided enough for 5,604
new aircraft and the comple-
tion of 3,092 others.
Ccubert contended that his
tfoops-for-Europe amendment
Was necessary to re-establish
the authority of Congress over
the national defense. He em-
phasized that he supports the
ifartii Atlantic defense pact.
.,iit the House easily de-
feated the proposal after
' Rep. George H. Mahon, I).,
Te\., chairman of the Ap-
propriations Subcommittee
which drafted the bill, said
; Its approval would amount
i to a vote of "no confidence"
1 in Eisenhower.
|Van Zandt's amendment was
aimed at officers who retire at
lsjQhan full pay after serving
3(nP!nrs, and in some cases on-
ly 20 years.
They still could leave the ser-
vice, but their retirement pay
would be withheld until they
reached the statutory retire-
ment age.
Van Zandt said that with
reserves being called Into
aerVice and young men be-
ing-drafted, the regular of-
ficers should be compelled
to make sacrifices too.
The Military Appropriations
Bill provides for an armed
force, of 3.572,000 men and a-
bout .000 new planes. Besides
those given the Air Force, the
Army would be allowed 1,600
and the Nayv would be given
$4,022,476,000 for
closed number.
an undls-
The House Appropriations
Committee, which issue da re-
port criticizing "extravagance"
in the armed services ,cut $145.-
130,500 off funds for civilian
employes.
It also slashed $100,000,000 ofl
the Army's request for $1,100,-
000.000 (B) for "expediting
production."
KOREAN WAR BRIDE-The
first war bride of the Korean
war, Mrs. Insook Choi Mosher, is
seen aboard the U. S. Army's
rotation ship, "Red Bali Express,"
just before sailing from Korea to
Japan. She married M/Sfit.
Maurice W. Mosher, of Glen
Lyon, Pa., of the 24th Infantry
Division, at Taegu, Korea. The
couple will live in Hawrii.
i
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) On. "I said. "Yes and college, too."
the Record: |He looked surprised and said, "I
Director Jean Negulesco on suppose you dropped out after
Hollywood stars: the first year.' When I told him I
"We have a new race of actors, had graduated, he blew his top.
In Hollywood today. They study,
they paint, they travel, they read
books. They get fortunes and the
publicity is lantastlc. Then they 1 ted dame In Hollywood!"
E "Don't ever tell that to anybody
out here,' he screamed. 'There's
nothing as sexless as an educa-
ilrst page of the script tells them
what the character they are
playing Is like. Then these same
super-Intelligent actors rush up
to me on the set and say, 'Jean,
for heaven's sake, what am I sup-
posed to be thinking about in this
Mitzi Gaynor on studio jeal-
ousy:
"Betty Grable jealous of me?
Oh, I don't think so. We're not
the same kind of dancers. We
were very friendly in 'My Blue
Heaven.' I even went on a steak-
and-eggs diet with her. But I had
to drop it. I couldn't afford all
that steak."
Ice Wymore. finishing up a
in Warners' "gtarlift" in l
he plays a hip-swinging Robert Ryan, about male heart-
flutterers:
B
ba*dder:
"Jusrt call me Ina Ray Flynn,
boys!''
Burt Lancaster
newsman:
MI started out in Hollywood like
young Lochlnvar, full of ambi-
tious idealism. Hollywood soon
taught me to curb my idealism.''
"I don't want anybody to call
me handsome. There are no
to a British handsome men left in Holly-
wood. Look at Humphrey Bogart.
Why Bogey's face could stop ev-
ery clock In Elgin."
Barry Sullivan, on male beef-
cake In flickers:
"Some actors are made by their
chest, but I'll never be. I'm just
tpnm oo) s,u adA"i isaip ai^ ,oi.
Charles Boyer, on life in Holly -
Wood"
"There are few intellectual
pursuits in Hollywood. You make ] trouble to' shave off the manly
plotures during the day, go home jungle. I only wish that I could
nfl entertain your friends. After I transfer some of the hair on my
a few years you have given them chest to my head. That's where I
all you have to give and vice- need it."
Tersa. Tfou begin to bore them
and they begin to bore you." Yvonne de Carlo on the gav
-------- life:
Humphrey Bogart on being in- "I don't go to many Hollywood
vited by the British colony in parties. I simply don't care for
groups of empty-headed people.
You don't gain anything. You
stand in a corner with a guy and
hold a martini in your hand. You
don't get anything across in the
way of conversation."
Africa to join them in a game of
cricket:
"The nearest I've been to a
crleket match before was watch-
ing Ronald Colman putting on
bis pads for a scene in a Raffles
picture."
Jim Hayward. a click as a dead-' Dane Clark on being accused of
pan butler in "Rhubarb," on film being a carbon-copy John Gar-
actors: i field:
"Never mind what people say "We're not the same kl.id of
abqut Hollywood actors. They're actors. Garfield created the de-
wonderful people if you're nerv- pression juvenile pattern and
ous- Usey try to help you on the made It his private domain. Any
aet. .Slit radio actors! Deliver other guy who plays a depression
B>e! ft a producer growl at you Juvenile immediately becomes
n aladio show and every actor another Garfield But Id like to
arourM the mike nansup on you be a second Jimmy Cagney. He's
and nmJces life Hades!" the greatest actor in shoe Jeath-
Jgnie Carter of higher learning er."
In Holh/wood: ______
"I have a Bachelor of Arts de-
(ree but I never mention it In
Hollywood. When I first arrived,
a studio purllcity man intervifw-
>d nw-for the vital statistics He
aid. "High school, of course.'
Cameraman Leon Shamroy on
the sound-and-Iury i.i theaters:
"There's too much talk In pic-
tures Nobody lets the camera tell
the story any more. It's getting
?o bad that you can't sleep in the
I movies. The nohe wakes you up."
Miss Charlotte Kerr( widely
experienced Nursing Education
Consultant, has arrived from
the United States to join the
staff of the Institute of. Inter-
American Affairs Health and
Sanitation Mission in Panama
and already has assumed her
duties which further expand the
activities of the recently be;;un
Panama-U. S. Point Four pro-
ject under the direction of Dr.
James G. Townsend.
Miss Kerr, a native of Read-
ing, Pennsylvania, has been
given a three-point assignment
In the Republic of Panama.
1. To serve as consultant to
the School of Nursing of the
Santo Toms Hospital for the
purpose of assisting in the de-
velopment of professional nurses
who are adequately prepared to
meet the physical and emotion-
al nursing needs of all persons
in the community.
2. To cooperate with the
Health Department in the pre-
paration of adequate education-
al facilities for student nurses
so that the public health aspect
of nursing may be Integrated
with the instruction In the care
of the hospitalized patient.
3. To assist with such other
nursing projects as it may seem
desirable to undertake in the
interest of promoting good
nursing care and improved
health practices In the Republic
of Panpma.
Miss Kerr became a Register-
ed Nurse at Presbvterlan Hos-
pital in New York City after re-
ceiving her Master of Science
Degree at Simmons College and
her Bachelor of Arts Degree t
Oberlln College.
She has spent one year In
Puerto Rico, eieht years In the
Hawaiian Islands, two years In
New Orleans and two ver.rs with
the United States Public Health
Service.
(NEA Telephoto)
BOYLE VISITS H. S. T. William Boyle (left). Democratic
National Chairman, tells reporters after a conference with
President Truman he has no intention of quitting under fire.
It was Boyle's first White House visit since publication of re-
ports that he had received a fee from a company which had
been granted an RFC loan.
*
Boyle Guiltless Of RFC
SkullduggeryTruman
make sure that there would be
no Improper mingling of his
private Interest and his res-
ponsibilities as chairman..."
"This was the proper thing
for him to do," he added.
The President said his In-
vestigation had found the situa-
tion to be as Boyle represented
Itthat he once had worked
for American Lithofold but
severed all his connections
when he became a democratic
party official,
Mr. Truman said he was con-
vinced that Boyle received no
other payment from the firm
than the $1.250, through any-
body, including Boyle's former
law partner, Max Siskin.
As for Boyle's future with the
national committee. Mr. Tru-
man made it plain there was
no question o? Boyle's resign-
ing. He said Boyle definitely
will remain in that job.
He had nothing to say on a
bill Introduced earlier by Sen.
Harry F. Byrd, D., Va., to pre-
vent employes of national pol-
itical committees from "In-
fluencing" government agen-
cies.
Byrd had demanded previ-
ously that the President "pro-
crastinate no longer" in de-
claring whether Boyle was
"guilty of using his Influence"
in the RFC affair.
DIABLO HTS. TONGHT
LATE SHOW 10:30 P. M.
GARY GRANT JOAN FONTAINE
In the MYSTERY THRILLER!
"SUSPICION"
ORAFTON, Mass. (UP) Jon-
as o. Nichols has little trouble
proving he Is the oldest Mason in
Masachusetts. He is 103.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 (UP)
President Truman yesterday
defended William M. Boyle. Jr.,
against charges of influencing
RFC loans and announced that
his old Missouri sidekick will
remain as chairman of the De-
mocratic National Committee.
Boyle has been accused of
using his powerful political
position to obtain Reconstruc-
tion Finance Corporation loans
for the American Lithofold
Corp., St. Louis. Mo., after the
RFC had turned down the com-
pany's application three times.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch
said Boyle collected $8,000 in
commissions for representing
the firm, some of it after he
joined the Democratic National
Committee.
Boyle said he had nothing
to do with the loans. He said
$1,250 was given him for routine
legal work, and that he severed
all connections with the firm
when he became a full-time of-
ficial of the national committee.
"I think it would be highly
improper for the chairman of a
national political committee to
use his contacts with govern-
ment officials for private gain."
the President said. "I would not
condone such conduct for a
moment."
Mr. Truman said he under-
stood that Boyle quit his pri-
vate law practice when he Join-
ed the national committee "to
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triangular meet in the German
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PANAMA, R. P VIERNES, AGOSTO 1, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMO.*
Cincuenta y seis mil millones para armas
autoriz ayer el Congreso Norteamericano
Llegarn a Panam 3.400 Cadetes Navales,
Oficiales y Profesores Norteamericanos
Unos 1,100 oficiales del Cuer-
po de Entrenamiento de Reser-
vistas, 200 oficiales y 2,100 ma-
rinos de la dotacin cinco bar-
cos de guerra encabezados por
1 acorazado Missouri, visitaran
a Panam y la Zona del Canal
del 18 al 21 de agosto.
Junto con el Missouri-vendrn
los destructores U8S Vogelsang,
UBS Stelnaker, USS H. J. Elll-
on y UBS Bordelon.
II enorme Missouri atracar
en el Muelle 9 en Cristbal a
las ocho de la maana del 18
de agosto y los destructores en
la Base Naval de Coco Solo.
Este es el tercer viaje del
programa de entrenamiento de
verano destinado a darle a ms
de 9,100 cadetes de la Acade-
mia Naval de Estados Unidos
experiencia prctica en el mar.
tos cadetes reciben entrena-
miento prctico en el arte de
operaciones de superficie, Qn
donde pueden utilizar los co-
nocimientos tericos obtenidos
en las aulas de clase.
Los cadetes navales que vi-
sitarn el Istmo pertenecen a
las siguientes universidades y
colegios: Universidad de Cali-
fornia en Berkeley; Universidad
de California en Los Angeles;
Universidad de Nuevo Mxico;
Universidad de Oklahoma; Uni-
versidad del Sur de Califprnia;
Universidad de Washington; U-
nlversidad de Wisconsin; Uni-
versidad de Kansas; Universi-
dad de Michigan; Unversidad
d* Carolina del Norte; Univer-
sidad de Pennsylvania; Univer-
sidad de Caroilaa del Sur; Ins-
tituto de Tecnologa de Illinois;
Colegio del Estado de Pennsyl-
vania; Universidad de Purdue;
Instituto Politcnico de Rensse-
laer; Universidad de Duke; Co-
legio de Santa Cruz y Unlver-
(Pasa a la Pac. 6. Col. 4)
Los violentos torrentes de la montaa y los desli-
zamientos de tierra han ocasionado la
muerte a 25 personas
\
MILAN, agosto It. (UP). I en su lado de la frontera y
Violentos torrentes de monta- | veinte en el lado italiano, casi
todos -en la sona del Lago Di
Como,
Las lluvias originaron los des-
lizamientos de tierra en el Nor-
te de Italia y el Sur de Suiza.
Todos los acueductos que su-
ministran agua a la ciudad de
Lugano fueron destruidos, lo
que ha dejado a esta ciudad
sin agua potable. Los servicios
ferroviarios han sido interrum-
pidos. La linea frrea que une
recuerdan. La lluvia comenz a ; el cantn de Tessino con Gris-
caer torrencialmente en esa re- sones fue cortada por el des-
gion el mircoles en la maa- j Hzamiento de tierra.
na y continuaba hoy, .aunque | La oficina de turismo de Sili-
con menos intensidad. !za ha calculado que alrededor
Las autoridades suizas infor- de 20,999 turistas han queda-
maron que hubo cinco muertos do prcticamente aislados.
Todo parece indicar que
se ha roto el Gobierno
de Concordia Nacional
fias desbordados por intensos
aguaceros en' los Alpes, han
ocasionado la muerte a alrede-
dor de 25 personas en el Norte
de Italia y en Suiza, causando
enormes daos materiales y de-
jando aislados a miles de tu-
ristas on los centros de turis-
mo de Suiza.
Los ancianos residentes de la
eona del Lago Di Como en Ita-
lia septentrional declararon que
eata es la peor inundacin qne
Despus de la comida que tu-
vo lugar anoche en los salones
del Club de Golf, a la cual asis-
tieron dies y ocho diputados
pertenecientes al PRA, Reno-
vador. Accin Parlamentarla
Independiente y Unin Popular
una creciente Inquietud se ob-
serv en los circuios polticos
de la Capital y una serle de ru-
mores comenzaron a circular.
La situacin planteada esta
mafiana err. la siguiente. Por
un lado se haban alineado los
diputados que asistieron a la
comida del Club de Golf quienes
hacan esfuerzos para conseguir
el apoyo de la totalidad de los
diputados del Renovador y los
del 'PNR".
Por otra parte, todo pareca
indicar Nacional, el PRI y el frente
Patritico, haban resuelto for-
mar un grupo para defenderse
del otro y a la vez hacan ges-
tiones para conseguir tambin
loa diputados que les hacan
falta para lograr la mayora
parlamentaria.
Algunos diputados del PRA
manifestaron que este movi-
miento era de respaldo al Pre-
sidente pa.a que tuviera ase-
gurada la mayora de la Asam-
blea y otros de la misma fac-
cin dijeron que pediran al
Presidente que gobernara con el
prupo mayoritorio de la Cma-
ra.
En la manan* una delega-
cin del PRA formada por ios
diputados Plinio Vrela, Feder-
irasa a la r*i . Coi. 1>
Desastres en los Alpes
Cerca de 20 mil turistas han
quedado totalmente aislados
por las peores inundaciones
Mueren dos en un
duelo de verdad
MONTEVIDEO, Agosto 10
,UP1 Anoche se registr un
trgico duelo de revlver a
la moda cinematogrfica mu-
riendo ambos duelistas de va-
rios balazos.
Los actores del drama fue ion
ios conocidos elementos de ca-
sas de juego y otros medios
turbios de vida, Ricardo Mara
Mlanchl y Rafael Dimeo.
Segn informes' recogidos
ambos eran amigo ntimos re-
ro anoche decidieron resolver la
supremaca del hampa y se di-
rigieron al centro de Montevideo
a la rampa costera de un lugar
conocido como Parque Hotel en
donde encontrndose slo a os
metros de distancia se dispara-
ren cinco tiros. El duelo termi-
n con la muerte de ambos.
Blanchi presenta dos balazos
en el trax, ambos de carcter
mortal y Dimeo tres balazo.--
dos en el trax y otro en el ojo
derecho.
CIRCULACIN PAGAD/
DE AYER MAS DF
22,300
Declaracin obligada
He tenido conocimiento de referencia, por encontrar-
me prcticamente incomunicado, que el "Fiscal correspon-
diente ha calificado o calificar como homicidio el delito
que me imputar al poner fin al sumario que l ha con-
feccionado a su manera, homicidio ste que se hace con-
sistir en la muerte violenta del Mayor Alfredo L. Gmez.
Quiero declarar pblicamente y de la manera ms
enftica, ya que las indagatorias rendidas por m se han
mantenido en secreto por el funcionario investigador, que
no es cierto que yo disparara contra el Mayor Gmez. Si
la investigacin, cuyas constancias desconozco por el mis-
terio que las envuelve, hubiera sido hecha con imparciali-
dad y competencia, ella demostrara la veracidad de la de-
claracin categrica que acabo de hacer, porque eran mu-
cha las personas que estaban presentes y que pudieron ver
que yo haba llegado al piso alto de la Presidencia cuando
el Mayor Gmez estaba todava en la escalera sano y salvo.
Mi actuacin en el Palacio Presidencial el da 10 de
Mayo no era otra que la que me corresponda como Jefe del
Estado, ya que no se me haba notificado la suspensin de-
cretada la noche anterior por la Asamblea Nacional, sus-
pensin que, an cuando se me hubiera notificado no poda
ser efectiva sino despus que se decidiera la revocatoria que
yo tena derecho a pedir. Con tanta mayor razn, cuanto
que yo dorm en la noche del 9 al 10 de Mayo en mi resi-
dencia particular y regres a la Presidencia el 10 a las 9 y
30 de la maana, con el pleno respaldo de la Polica
Nacional.
Panam, 10 de Agosto de 1951.

_
t/irnuljo J\rai
Se han presentado al 'BUR'
151 peticiones para casas
en el reparto de Juan Daz
Las adjudicaciones se harn despus de llenados
unos requisitos y de la urgencia en
adquirir la vivienda
De "histrico" s
califica silencio
del General Nam II
BASE DE AVANZADA, Agos-
to 10 (UP) Los delegados co-
munistas se mantuvieron en si-
lencio durante dos horas y U*.
ct- minutos en las conversaclo-
.es para el cese de fuego noy,
y rehusaron considerar nlnt'i-
na fnnula conciliadora para
terminar el "impasse" provoca-
de por la zona neutral.
El comunicado expedido per
las Naciones Unidas califica el
llnelo del General Nam ;i co-
mo "histrico y sin precedentes'.
Dice el comunicado que el
General Nam II rompi el silen-
cio slo para rehusar termi-
nantemente la discusin de el
uso de la actual lnea de com-
bate como posible localization
de la zona neutral y cualquier
otra linea que no fuera el Pa-
ralelo 38.
Nam II tampoco quiso discutir
ningn otro punto de la agenda.
Sin embargo, a pesar de que
no se vislumbra la posiblldad de
un entendimiento, los deitga-
cios acordaron volverse a reta.ir
nuevamente maana a los on-
ce de la maana.
La reunin de hoy fu la pri-
mera desde que el Comando de
las Naciones Unidas suspendi
las negociaciones el domingo en
protesta por la presencia de
tropas rojas armadas en el -
rca de Kaesong, sede de '.as
conferencias, durante cuatro
horas y 12 minutos.
Los jubilados del
Seguro defendern
nuevo decreto-ley
Ante una concurrencia de ms
de trescientos Jubilados que vi-
sitaron la Caja de Seguro So-
cial con el propsito de agra-
decer las ltimas medidas a-
dopladas por esa Institucin en
beneficio de los pensionados, el
Gerente Licenciado Manuel So-
ils Palma les comunic que en
el proyecto de Decreto que re-
forma la Ley No. 134 de 27 de
abril de 1943, orgnica del Se-
guro Social, se corrige el Ca-
ptulo de Inversiones en el
sentido de que la Caja har
prstamos personales con ga-
ranta de las pensiones ya cons-
tituidas de acuerdo con un re-
i'asa a la Pat*" Columna 7)
Sube a precios
fantsticos el
papel peridico
En Nueva York se estn pi-
diendo precios verdaderamente
fantsticos por el papel de lm-
Elevado el Presupuesto de los
Estados Unidos al mismo nivel
del de la 2da. guerra mundial
Las partidas cubrirn los gastos del Ejrcito, la
Marina y la Aviacin durante el ao

WASHINGTON, Agosto 10 (UP)Los miembros de la
Cmara de Representantes, quienes slo ayer votaron una
partida de 56 mil millones de dlares para armamentos,
es posible que gasten hoy otros cuantos miles de millones
ms.
La partida aprobada ayer est destinada a cubrir los
gastos del Ejrcito, Marina y Aviacin durante el ao fis-
cal que se inici el lo. de Julio pasado. La Cmara de Re-
presentantes aprob la partida por 348 votos contra dos
y la envi al Senado.
Los miembros de la Cmara entero.
tendrn que reunirse nueva-
mente hoy para aprobar la pri-
mera de una serie de partidas
La Cmara de Representantes
tiene qne considerar el progra-
ma de varios miles de millones
nara la defensa que no esta- de dlares para la ayuda a los
ban incluidas en el presupues-
to general y que elevar el pre-
supuesto militar de este ao ca-
si al mismo nivel del de los
anos de la segunda guerra
mundial.
La partida que es casi segu-
ro qus sea aprobada autoriza-
r a los servicios armados gas-
tar 5,076 millones de dlares en
la construccin de nuevas ba-
ses de defensa dentro de Es-
tados Unidos y en el mundo
lstala
En las oficinas del Banco de. limitndose las adjudicaciones a
grupos familiares no menores de
tres ni mayores de seis perso-
nas y cuyas entradas mensua-
les totales no sean inferiores a
B. 50.00 mensuales si superiores
a B. 125.00.
Urbanizacin, en la calle Justo
Arosemena, continuaba esta
maana el proceso de llenar pe-
ticiones para adjudicacin de
casas modestas de uno y dos
cuartos en el Reparto de Juan
Daz No. 1. Como se sabe, estas
casas se adjudicarn en venta
mediante pago de cuotas men-
suales de B. 13.00 y B. 1500.
Se trata de casas pequeas de
uno y dos cuartos, que se adju-
dicarn a residentes o trabaja-
dores de la ciudad de Panam,
Las adjudicaciones se harn
entre personas declaradas ele-
gibles por haber llenado estos
y otros requisitos, en virtud de
un concurso de mrito y de la
urgencia que pudieran tener de
adquirir una vivienda propia-
(Pasa a la t'g. b, COL B)
aliados, de Estados Unidos, una.
partida separada para cubrir
los gastos de la lucha en Corea-
y otra partida adicional para.
aumentar la fuerza area.
Todas estas partidas adiciona
les aumentarn el presupuesto
aprobado ayer de 56,000 millo-
nes de dlares a ms de 75,000
millones.
El presupuesto ms alto de
la guerra fue aprobado en 1945
por la suma de 90,000 millo-
nes de dlares.
Cn
I
honor jx
u C*cuador
La Repblica del Ecuador celebra hoy la fecha signi-
ficativa de su Independencia en medio del jbilo colec-
tivo de todos los pueblos americanos, los cuales, al conju-
ro de efemrides de esta naturaleza, renuevan su f y sus
esperanzas en el destino comn de nuestras naciones y ra-
tifican, una vez ms, sus indestructibles sentimientos de
singular fraternidad.
Para Panam, la conmemoracin de hoy tiene perfiles
particulares por cuanto histricamente existen lazos inol-
vidables que nos unen al Ecuador y que tienen su razn
de ser en la intensidad emotiva del recuerdo bolivariano.
En esta ocasin "El Panam Amrica" se complace en
rendir homenaje a la gloriosa Patria de Juan Montalvo y
Eloy Alfaro, y aprovecha la oportunidad para felicitar a
la apreciable colonia ecuatoriana residente entre nosotros y,
en particular, a S.E. Sixto E. Duran Bullen, Embajador de
la hermana Repblica en Panam.
El Fiscal Primero decreta la
detencin del Dr. Julio Boyd
y ste implica al Mayor Gmez
El Fiscal Primero del Circuito
pi__
Libre hay muy pocas ofertas de.| hoy la detencin preventiva del
este material. Son muy pocos | Dr juh0 E. Boyd. sindicado en
los trancantes que ofrecen ven- las sumarias que se adelantan
der el tipo de papel que se {con motivo del denuncio prc-
ajusta a las necesidades del gen^o por el Gerente del Se-
diente en cuanto a tamao y social, Manuel Solis P..
En la Indagatoria rendida por
el Dr. Boyd ayer se pudo cons-
tatar que son varias las perso-
nas complicadas en este cao.
De acuerdo con su deposicin
el Dr. Boyd no fu ms que un
intermediario como gerente de
la compaa Servicios Dentales,
calidad. Sin embargo, se viene relac|n a ia venta de va- S. A. ya que el comprador del
' ros equipos mdicos que no equipo y los medicamentos fu
pidiendo como precio hasta
$275.00 por tonelada en el llama-
do mercado negro.
En el Canad, principal pro-
ductor de papel peridico mun-
fueron entregados a esa Insti-
tucin.
La orden remitida por el Fls-
dlal, el Gobierno, despus de un cal Cajar al Comandante de la
estudio del aumento de costos en Polica Nacional se funda en
la produccin autoriz un u- "que de lo actuado existe me-
mento de diez balboas por tone- rito suficiente para la detencin
lada a los fabricantes de papel, preventiva
(Pasa a la Pgina b, Columna 5) | Boyd".
del Dr. Julio E
el Mayor Lezcano Gmez de la
Polica Nacional.
La declaracin del Dr. Boya
dice as:
Los cheques que se giraron %
favor de la firma Servicios Den-
ifasa a ia rae b Col 3)
La fotografa nos muestra una vista general del Hospital para Tuberculosos "Nicols A. Solano", ubicado en La Chorrera, y que ha reci-
bido un prstamo por valor de 300,000 balboas de parte da la Caja de Seguro Social. Con esta partida ascienda a un milln trescientos setenta
y un mil balboas (B .1.371,000) la cantidad prestada para la terminacin de esta obra. Estos trabajos consistirn en la terminacin de la
morgue y la capilla, reparacin de los edificios ya construidos, instalaciones da la planta elctrica, servicios sanitarios, equipo mov.ble. etc.
Como recordarn nuestros lectores, en diciembre del ao pasa do. "El Panam Amrica" emprendi una campana de divulgacin de
obras en las cuales se haban hacho gastos innecesarios y otras que. ya iniciadas, no fueron concluidas por las administraciones anteriores.
A raz de la publicacin en "El Panam Amrica" de la fotografa del Hospital para Tuberculosos la Asamblaa Nacional nombr una com.s.n
especial para estudiar el problema.
Mejora Chibas
LA HABANA, agosto 10. (UP)
El boletn mdico dice que
Eduardo Chibas, el dirigente
Ortodoxo que trat de suici-
darse el domingo en los estu-
dios de la CMQ de un balazo
en el vientre, ha mejorado y
que las funciones gastro-intes-
tinales han vuelto a ser nor-
males.
Mientras tanto, los dirigen-
tes del Partido del Pueblo Cu-
bano (Ortodoxos) han pedido
a la polica que mantenga una
guardia armada en el hospi-
tal, manifestando que anoche
observaron a un misterioso
automvil dando vueltas por
el edificio.
Al mismo tiempo, los direc-
tores del hospital pidieron a la
Polica que no permitan que
los seguidores de Chibas, que
se encuentran en grupos fren-
te al edificio del hospini. pi-
sen el csped, ya que han c?i>-
rpdo daos por ms de 1,400
dolares.



VAGINA DOS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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VIERNES, AGOSTO 1*. 1951
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DITORA PANAMA AMIWICA. A.
T.LrFOHO -074O tC.t.Ai nivD AMRM* POSTAL NO. (N U IA1LIMI SITUADO. IN T CHMAO. CAILI H. NO B7
LAS NEGOCIACIONES PRELIMINARES
AL ARMISTICIO
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: Las unidades mdicas comunistas tn
las fronteras de Yugoeslavia fueron las que inspiraron
las advertencias del Secretorio Marshall; propinas en
las altas esferas.
Decreto Ley que reforma la
Ley Orgnica de la Caja del
Seguro Social firmado ayer
Desde el momento en que se anunei la posi-
bilidad de que representantes de las Naciones Uni-
das discutieran con los de las fuerzas comunistas
invasoras de Coreaa peticin de stassobre las
bases de un armisticio, el mundo ha estado pen-
diente del desarrollo de las negociaciones que en-
vuelve el asunto.
Como es sabido, grandes dudas surgieron en
torno a la sinceridad de la proposicin de los co-
munistas, las cuales han sido prcticamente con-
firmadas en vista de la actitud asumida por los
delegados del ejrcito rojo.
Es del dominio pblico la serie de proposicio-
nes ilgicas y peligrosas hechas por los comunis-
tas. Como se recuerda, pretendieron los invasores
que las fuerzas milita res de las Naciones Unidas
abandonaran sus posiciones sin que existieran las
suficientes garantas a favor de la paz y de la
integridad de la Repblica de Corea del Sur. Aque-
lla ponencia, como era de esperarse, fue decidida-
mente rechazada por los delegados de la ONU.
El hecho anotado sirvi para que aumentaran
las grares sospechas de que lo que los rojos preten-
dan era facilitar sus operaciones militares me-
diante el engao al ejrcito libertador de las Na-
ciones Unidas. En esta etapa de las conversaciones
hubo un. largo parntesis debido a la intransigen-
cia de los representantes comunistas.
Ahora, hace pocos das, la conferencia fue sus-
pendida por el acto inslito de parte de los rojos
al violar la neutralidad militar de la ciudad en
donde se han estado efectuando las negociaciones
mencionadas. El Comando Supremo del Lejano
Oriente orden el retiro de sus representantes en
vista de la abierta hostilidad, violatoria de ele-
mentales normas del derecho internacional, de
parte de las fuerzas comunistas.
Segn se ha anunciado, hoy deben reanudar-
se Ls cuL~.yX;iaa despi.s de u justa protesta
del Comando de la ONU y de la aceptacin d los
roos del compromiso renovado de no volver a ha-
cer ostentaciones militares en la ciudad de Kae-
song. Pero, a pesar de todo, las dudas continan en
lo que se refiere a positivos resultados en favor
de la causa generosa que estn defendiendo, entre
sacrificios y muertes, las Naciones Unidas en el
Lej?no Oriente.
WASHINGTON. La razn
de las ahumantes advertencias
de guerra hechas por el Se-
cretarlo de Defensa Marshall y
el Secretario del Ejrcito Pace
fue el ltimo informe sobre los
Balcanes presentado por el ser-
vicio de inteligencia. Este In-
iorme dice, entre otras cosas,
que unidades mdicas comunis-
tas han liegauo a la frontera
entre Yugoeslavia y Bulgaria.
Las unidades mdicas no
participan en maniobras mili-
tares ordinarias. Estas son las
ltimas en llegar antes de que
comience una accin militar.
Las maniobras a lo largo de
!la lroulera Yugoeslava no sig-
nifican gran cosa por ellas so-
las. Estas se han estado llevan-
do a cabo durante meses, y
cuando yo visit la frontera
blgara en febrero pasado, en-
trevist a refugiados que ha-
ban escapado de la cortina de
hierro con noticias de que ha-
ba nuevas concentraciones en
ciertas areas. Sin embargo, los
ltimos informes del Servicio de
.Inteligencia de Estados Unidos
indican que stas han aumen-
tado.
Se informa que el Ejercito
de Bulgaria que consta de
unos 200,600 hombres, est
equipado con vehculos de
combate soviticos, artillera
pesada, y un nuevo tipo de
avin de combate mucho ms
?>odrroso que el "Vak". El e-
rcito blgaro est bajo el
mando del General Atanasov,
ciudadano sovitico entrena-
do en Rusia, aunque de ori-
gen blgaro. Su puesto de
mando ha sido trasladado de
Sola al campo.
A todo lo largo de los sec-
tores rumanos y blgaros de
la frontera yugoeslava, una
gran faja de terreno ha sido
limpiada totalmente y se ha
instalado vna "linea 8igrldo"
con fortificaciones.
Es posible que esto forme
parte de una guerra de ner-
vios contra Tito, o puede ser
que el Kremlin se encuentre
listo para caerle a Tito. A
fines de agosto septiembre,
despus que se ha recolecta-
do la cosecha, es cuando los
dictadores se vuelven quisqui-
llosos con el gatillo.
PROPINAS EN LAS ALTAS
ESFERAS
Los observadores de Wash-
ington se preguntan si la Casa
Blanca piensa seguir el prece-
dente sentado por el Secreta-
rio del Ejrcito. Frank Pace,
respecto a las propinas.
El Secretario Pace destituy
al General de Brigada David J.
Crawford cuando supo que el
hotel de Crawford era pagado
por un contratista del Ejrcito
y que el General usaba los ca-
miones del Ejrcito para trans-
portar matas a su casa. La
accin de Pace fue aprobada
por todos.
Mientras tanto, el Presiden-
te Truman tiene a su diestra
varios caballeros que tambin
han aceptado favores. Por
ejemplo:
1) Su ayudante militar, el
General Vaughan, acept pro-
pinas de una compaa que
necesitaba lavores del Uo-
bierno.
2) El mdico personal del
Presidente, Mayor General
Wallace Graham, estaba es-
peculando con valores cuan-
do el Gobierno estaba com-
prando comida para Europa.
A Wallace no se le .destituy
sino que por el contrario, fue
ascendido.
3) El ayudante presidencial
a cargo de la seleccin del
personal del Gobierno, Donald
Dawson, fue festejado en un
hotel de Miami.
4) El secretario de citas del
Presidente, Matt Connelly,
gosa de la hospitalidad del
vice-Presidente de la Ameri-
can Airlines, a la cual le ba
hecho Importantes favores.
Ojal que al Secretarlo Pa-
ce le toque administrar el
personal de la Casa Blanca
aunque sea por dos dias para
que aplique all las excelentes
medidas que ha usado en el
Ejrcito.
T^C4> Y cremosos pudines tn 5 mnufosf
Slo so fos agrega locho y so cocinan I
(Continuacin)
Artculo Sptimo: El artculo
44 de la ley 134 de 1043, que-
dar as:
Artculo 44Las pensiones de
Invalidez se concedern en ca-
rcter de provisionales hasta
i por un lapso de cinco aos
' prorrogarles i n d e finidamente,
I lapso durante el cual los bene-
ficiarlos estarn obligados a so-
meterse a los exmenes y tra-
tamiento mdicos que se les se-
ale.
El pensionado por Invalidez
que recupere ms del 80% de
la capacidad de trabajo perdi-
do, dejar de percibir la pen-
sin de Invalidez, pero la Caja
podr continuar pagndote has-
ta por un plazo maxima do un
ao si con ello facilita la rea-,
daptacin del asegurado. Cuan-
do el pensionado por invalidez
alcanzare la edad de sesenta
aos, si fuere hombre, o de
cincuenta y cinco aos, si fue-
:re mujer, se le continuar pa-
gando la pensin hasta su
muerte, pero a estos efectos la
pensin se considerar como
pensin de vejez.
Articulo Octavo: El articulo
45 de la ley 134 de 1943, que-
dar asi:
"Articulo 45Las pensiones de
Invalidez y de vejez se pagarn
por mensualidades vencidas y
su monto ascender al 50% del
sueldo base mensual ms el 2%
de este monto por cada doce
cuotas mensuales en exceso so-
bre las primeras doscientas cua-
renta cuotas mensuales.
Las pensiones de Invalidez y
de vejez se pagarn a partir
del da primero del mes corres-
pondiente a la fecha en que el
asegurado presente su solicitud
a la Caja.
Artculo Noveno: El artculo
46 de la ley 134 de 1943, que-
dar asi:
"Artculo 4-:-Las pensiones de
vejez consistirn en rentas men-
suales vitalicias pagaderas por
mensualidades vencidas, cuyos
montos se determinarn en la
misma forma que los de las
pensiones de Invalide/. Su lmi-
te ser de B. 200.00 sin perjui-
cio al derecho a las rentas vi-
talicias.
Articulo Dcimo: Los acpites
b) y c) del artculo 47 de la
ley 134 de 1943, quedarn asi:
"Articulo 47.
b) Haber pagado, por lo me-
nos, doscientas cuarenta cuotas
mensuales.
ci Tener acreditadas por lo
menos sesenta cuotas mensuales
en los diez aos anteriores a
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TROPIDURAJS
Se posesion ayer
l Presidente de
Portugal, G. Lpez
LISBOA, agosto 10. (UP).
El General Francisco Cravelro
Lpez, presidente electo del
Portugal, tom posesin hoy de
la Presidencia de Portugal en
una impresionante ceremonia de
media hora en la Asamblea Na-
cional.
Craveiro Lpez, acompaado
por el Premier Antonio Sala-
zar, se dirigi a la Asamblea
Nacional en un carro por las
calles adornadas con flo.-es y
en medio de una multitud que
lo aplauda.
la fecha inicial de la pension.
Articulo Once: Adicinase el
articulo 50 de la ley 134 de 1943,
asi:
"Articulo 50.
PargrafoEl mnimo de las
pensiones de invalidez y de ve-
jez ser de B. 30.00 mensuales.
Artculo Doce: El artculo 52
de la ley 134 de 1943, quedara
asi:
"Artculo 52La prestacin
por muerte solo se conceder
si el causante tiene seis cuotas
mensuales en los doce meses
anteriores al fallecimiento. Pa-
ra este efecto se consideraran
como perodos de cotizaciones
aquellos en que el fallecimien-
to hubiere estado percibiendo
pensin o subsidios de la Caja.
Articulo Trece: El articulo 59
de la ley 134 de 1943, que-
dar as:
"Articulo 55Las cuotas debe-
rn ser pagadas dentro de los
quince dias siguientes al mes
a que corresponden.
La mora en el pago de .as
cuotas causar los siguientes
recargos:
a) Del 10% del monto de di-
chas cuotas cuando el pago se
efectuare con retraso no mayor
de un mes respecto al venci-
miento del plaio reglamentarlo
de pago.
b) Del 15% para los retrasos
mayores de un mes y menores
de tres meses.
c) Del 25% para los retra-
sos mayores de tres meses.
Articulo Catorce: Queda de-
rogado el acpite h) del artcu-
lo 59 de la ley nmero 34 de
1943.
Artculo Quince: El artculo
65 de la ley 134 de 1943, que-
dar as:
"Articulo 65Las pensiones
por invalidez y vejez se sus-
pendern mientras el beneficia-
rio goce de cualquier sueldo
del Estado, las provincias, los
municipios, las entidades oficia-
les autnomas y semi-autno-
mas y las organizaciones pbli-
cas descentralizadas.
En los casos de personas que
soliciten o que se encuentren
en goce de pensin por vejez,
cuyo monto exceda de la suma
de B. 50.00, y trabajen con per-
sonas o entidades privadas, la
Caja slo pagar una pensin
bsica de B. 50.00 ms el 50%
de la diferencia que resulta en-
tre esa pensin bsica y el mon-
to total de la pensin a que
tendran derecho de acuerdo
con la ley. durante el tiempo
que se encuentran trabajando.
Articulo Diez y Seis: Queda
derogado el articulo 67 de la
ley nmero 134 de 1943 y sus-
tituido por el siguiente:
"Artculo 67La Caja de Ser
guro Social queda facultada pa-
ra establecer y reglamentar loe
servicios de prevencin de In-
validez y de rehabilitacin.
Articulo Diez y Siete: El ar-
tculo 74 de la ley 134 de 1943
quedar asi:
"Artculo 74L a personas
que hayan Ingresado a la Caja
de Seguro Social antes de Julio
de 1942, tendrn derecho a re-
cibir pensin de veje siempre
que renan los requisitos exigi-
dos en el acpite a> del ar-
ticulo 47 y tengan como m-
nimo ciento veinte cuotas men-
suales y hayan pagado un nu-
mero de cuotas mensuales no
Inferior al 90% del nmero to-
tal de meses. transcurridos.
Esta disposicin se aplicar
tambin a las personas que in-
gresen a la Caja en el futuro
en distritos que no sean los de
Panam y Coln, siempre que
el ingreso se efecte dentro de
los doce meses siguientes al co-
mienzo de la obligatoriedad del
Seguro en el Correspondiente
distrito.
Artculo Diez y Ocho: (transi-
torio) Al entrar a regir este
decreto ley el rgano Ejecutivo
nombrar al Gerente de la Ca-
ja de Seguro Social por un tr-
mino de seis aos. Mientras se
haga el nombramiento conti-
nuar desempeando sus fun-
ciones el actual Gerente, quien
podr ser reelecto.
El rgano Ejecutivo deber
someter el nombramiento del
Gerente de la Caja de Segu-
ro Social a la consideracin de
la Asamblea Nacional en sus
prximas sesiones, pero dicho
nombramiento surtir todos sus
efectos legales de manera pro-
visional hasta tanto sea apro-
bado o Improbado por la A-
samblea.
Articulo Diez y Nueve: (tran-
sitorio). Los actuales miembros
de la Junta Directiva desem-
pearn sus funciones hasta
tanto venza el perodo para el
cual fueron designados y sean
elegidos sus sucesores de con-
formidad con este decreto ley.
El rgano Ejecutivo nombrar
al representante de los emplea-
dos pblicos y al de la banca,
quienes desempearn sus fun-
ciones hasta cuando se elijan
esos representantes de acuerdo
con este decreto-ley.
Articulo Veinte: Quedan de-
rogados el Titulo Primero de
la ley 134 de 1943; el Titulo
Segundo de la misma ley, sub-
rogado por el decreto ley n-
mero 21, de 25 de septiembre
de 1950: el Titulo Cuarto de
la misma, modificado por el
decreto ley nmero 22, de 22 de
mayo de 1947; el acpite h) del
articulo 59 y el articulo 67 de
la mencionada ley, y todas las
disposiciones contrarias a este
decreto ley.
Articulo Veintiuno: Este de-
creto ley entrar a regir desde
su sancin.
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Ignacio Molina.
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Tesoro,
Galileo Sol.
El Ministro de Educacin.
Ricardo J. Bermdei.
El Ministro de Obras Pblicas,
Norberto Navarro.
El Ministro de Agricultura y
Comercio,
David Samudie.
El Ministro de Trbalo. Pre-
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mericano que quiera rebajar les
contribuciones pecunarias ae
Estados Unidos a las Naciones
Unidas, Organizacin de Estad -
Americanos, etc., debera some-
ter primero a prueta su por-
cin presentando un proyecto de
ley para que Estados Unidos se
retire de dichos organismos in-
ternacionales-
El Presidente Truman envi
una nota al Presidente del Co-
mit de Asignaciones del Sena-
do, Kennth McKellar, en la que
protesta enrgicamente por ia
reduccin en un diez por ciento
de sas contribuciones de Esta-
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Cmara de Representantes.
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pqr la Cmara Baja de que la
contribucin norteamericana a
cada organizacin lntemacioarj
no exceda el presupuesto tctai
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miembros de la Cmara de Fe-
presentantes quieran delibera-
damente exponer las Naciones
Unida a la ruina "simplemen-
te por a'.iorrar tres millones ae
dlares".
Aade que "si por azar, es
so lo que algn miembro del
Congreso se propone, seria nv.-
cho mejor y ms directo y ho-
nesto que se presente un pro-
yecto de ley para que ste ^as
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mericana, Organizacin Mundial
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mos".
CANAS
1'IAaaaMa ton aata raaiadle caaaro. f-il )
barato: Un coarto litro da arna. una ea
charada d tlfrrrana. I eueharada .(a Ba
! Rain lo acua da Coloala i j ana eajita at
Comwaito da Barbo Compra aatoa
ircdiantaa B la botica, mlclaloa ati na
botIU y aalaa para itBIr mi a
i ton Uia adlcaalonaa tn la ata *>
j DuMaa da Barbo
Fue el firmado con Inglaterra en el.ao de 1936,
que acord la divisin entr Egipto y el
Sudn Angl-Efipcio
glsladores que Egipto no secun-
dar a Gran Bretaa en caso
de una tercera guerra mundial.
Agreg que el Gobierno esta
decidido a presentar a la con-
sideracin del Parlamento la a-
brogacin del tratado Anglo-E-
gipclo de 1938 y que espera que
ste quede anulado antes del
discurso de la Corona que el Rey
Farouk debe pronunciar a lines
de ao.
Dijo que las entrevistas sobre
el tratado entre Egipto y Oran
Bretaa Viabian terminado en
un fracaso y que las declaracio-
nes del Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores Britnico, Herbert
Morrison en la Cmara de I03
Comunes "cerraban las puertas
a las entrevistas Ango-Egipelas'.
Por medio de se tratado se a-
cord la divisin entre Egipto
y el Sudan Anglo-Egipcio y el
estacionamiento de fuerzas ar-
madas britnicas en la zona del
Canal de Suez. *
Salah, en declaraciones que
ley ante la Cmara contest
seis preguntas sobre las nego-
ciaciones del tratado y el deba-
te del Consejo de Seguridad de
las Naciones Unidas respecto al
supuesto bloqueo del Canal ae
Suez.
La Cmara estall en, aclama-
ciones y aplausos al manifestar
que Egipto no secundar a
Oran Bretaa en caso de ur.a
tercera guerra mundial y que
estaba dedicado a abrogar el
tratado-
En una parte de su discurso
Salah dijo que "Morrison ase-
gur a la Cmara de los Comu-
nes que Egipto estara al lado
de Gran Bretaa en caso de
una tercera guerra mundial. E-
sos ;on sueos e ilusiones. No-
sotros advertimos a loa brit-
nicos que no participaremos con
ellos en ningn esfuerzo militar
en tanto que en nuestro suelo
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objeto de campaa
de acercamiento
BERLIN, agosto 10. (UP)El
Ejrcito norteamericano reueo
a los delegados al -gigantesco
mitin de la Juventud comunista
en Berlin Oriental "para mos-
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nia Oriental que los rusos es-
tn equivocados".
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ron llevados en un camin mi-
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venes dirigido por el ejrcito en
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os en Berln Oclcdental.
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riental dominado por los rusos.
Los Jvenes agasajados por
los norteamericanos formal,;, i.
parte de ms de cien mil que de-
safiaron la propaganda comu-
nista y las amenazas de la Po-
lica y penetraron en Berln Oc-
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8Hijo de Adn.
12Ave palmipeda.
14Alguna cosa.
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1EVCerro en medio de un llano
19Pone un nmbrete.
32Suceso u ocasin,
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25 Espeso, condenaado.
29Del verbo asar.
SOAbunda, menos b.
IIIgualdad de nivel, Inv.
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14Personaje mstico.
15Tenga celos.
36Volmenes.
17Jardn, heredad.
40Rio de Francia.
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Pl.
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48Demente.
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SOCaso de pronombre.
1Agarraderas.
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2Hoja purgante.
| 3Yerno de Mahoma.
4En forma rimada.
IrCostado.
Agrupacin Nacional
Venezolana, Inic.
7Desmenuza con los dientes
8Roedor.
9Del verbo aliar.
10Nombre de un prncipe ruso
.11Noveno.
13Faz, rostro.
16Muesca.
19Querer con amor.
20Del verbo posar.
21Palo de la baraja espaola.
22Titulo nobiliario.
13Camino.
15Pronombre relallvo.
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27Rio de La pona.
28Igual al 21 Vertical.
10Flor blanca.
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36Infusin suramerlcana.
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38Antigua moneda brasilea.
39Ciudad de Sicilia.
40Semilla aromtica.
42Enfermedad.
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evoca tambin la alegre y soleada atmosfera de los patios anda-
luces.
Desde la calle se ven esos inmensos estanques de los solar y
de aire tonificante y atul, proveniente de la cordillera. En el
zagun empedrado resuenan las pisadas de caballos y de malas
que resoplan bajo su pesada carga de masorcas de mili, frotas
y legumbres, raspaduras y quesos envueltos en hojas. Es el pro-
ducto de las haciendas; los vestidos indgenas, espesos v multi-
colores animan las grises pilastras y lo corredores monsticos
como sueos: es la realidad de la ciudad de los templo que os
al mismo tiempo, "la Ciudad de los Pies Desnudos".
Quito, la "ciudad de los pies desnudos" (cerno lo ha llama-
do con certera metfora nna inteligente dama venesolana) ha
hecho todo le posible por cariarse, en den tentativas qu se han
calificado de "Revoluciones". Dos de estas ltimas tentativas se
efectuaron en 1125 y 1944: La Revolucin de Julio y la Revolu-
cin de Mayo; laa dos traicionadas al poco tiempo: los indios se
quedaron sin estrados; ms los patios de las casas quiteas si-
guieron recibiendo el tributo generoso de la tierra, las cosechas
de las haciendas trabajadas por sos manos.
Hay patios mudos y silenciosos como tumbas; patios suntuo-
sos y soadores, patios que detienen con su gran grito de las ai
viandante. De estes ltimos es el de la Casa del Tore, en cayo
sagun relumbran unos hermosos frescos murales donde 1 color
de la sangre se Junta al del oro de Indias. En el patio da la
Casa de la Inquisicin desmantelado y melanclico el polvo pa-
rece haber tomado posesin final de todas las cosas. Es un pol-
vo pardo y ollent* a vejes; como escapado de los expedientes
apelillados y de la ceniza de les herejes condenados por el Santo
Oficio. Ahora unos solos cuantos jumentos se revuelven entre
las pilastras o parecen meditar sobre la dureza y aridez de la
vida terrenal.
Hay el patio de Palacio del Arsebispo, el patio de la Casa
de los Marqueses de Maensa, el de la Casa donde se hosped
Humboldt. el de la lujosa morada del Barn de Carondlet, fun-
dador de New Orleans. Patios donde soaron Gobernantes, San-
tos, potentados y Filsofos... El patio donde los geodestas fran-
ceses contemplaron en todo su esplendor el sol ecuatorial; el pa-
tio donde el Dr. Espejo sola cavilar acerca de la libertad de su
pueblo; el patio donde el Padre Aguirre atrapaba los alados in-
sectos de oro de sn metfora (que hubiera amado Gngora) o
donde Juan Montalvo departa con Julio Zaldumblde acerca del
Clasicismo y el artp Barroco.
Patios que se ensombrecen y adquieren la adustes de an ros-
tro monacal detrs de los visillos de la lluvia. Les patios y los
templos dialogan cuando llueve y los pararrayos de las torres
protegen las casas del contorno. Los patios, que triunfan con el
sol. se baten en retirada bajo el aguacero y las Iglesias ganan
la batalla. Los relmpagos despiertan a algunas campanas que
empiezan a doblar a muerte. Santa Brbara sale, quemando ro-
mero, a luchar contra el rayo. La Catedral, la Baslica, bu igle-
sias, las capillas y santuarios enderezan sa gran cuerpo gris en
medio de las inmensas sbanas pardas v ondulantes de la llu-
via y tratan de convencer a los habitantes de Quito qae la f
religiosa es la sola via de salvacin para alcansar la vida eter-
na. *
Con las ltimas gotas de agaa, empieza a sonar tmidamen-
te ana campanil* lejana, en alfana capilla de barrio y todos los
vecino sse presaran a acudir a ese llamado ultraterreno... Mas,
I al dia siguiente, otra ves vuelve a lucir 'el sol en los patios.
(Tomado de "Quito, Capital de las Nubes")
Reunin de la Junta Directiva de la Caja de Segure Social presidida por el Ministro de Pre-
vision Social Ing. Juan de Arco Gallndo, para considerar el prstamo de B/ 3t0.0M.00 que fu
eoncedldde por la Caja de seguro Social para hacer funcionar el Hospital "Nicols A. Sola-
no". Estn Tosentes en la foto el Ministro de Previsin Social. Ing. Juan de Arco Galindo, el
Gerente de la Caja de Seguro Social, Lie. Manuel Soils Palma, el Contralor de la Caja- Sr. Ro-
gelio Tern, el Sub-Contralor de la Repblica Si. Eduardo MeCullough, el Abogado Consultor
de la Caja Dr. Rodrigo Arosemena, los miembros de la Junta Directiva de la Caja seores
Enrique Arango, Juan J. Garca, Arturo Rodrigues y los asesores de Previsin Social Dr. Ama-
deo Vicente Mastellari, Dr. Alberto Calve y el Ing. Sanitario Guillermo Rodrigues.
Biblioteca Isabel Herrera
Como Usted Puede
Cobnr Nievo Vigor y
Enriquecer Li Singre
m -i alaaa aa* quebrantadaal aa aieaar
batida pun aeohae 4* Jaeneenia ai ha
jerdidn la anariuial no tiene apethn ual
aereara rERHIZAN. Y le neeaaru afa per
tida d* Map*.
M.K-ha. KM aiaAol dia* aaaaat alearte la
difarenae r na aaaaioa la oan. Le Se eolia
al apetitouatad aiente realmente la incita-
non acornar. M nervioe aa calmanal trabajo
a la kaoa taia fcily puada dormir profunda.
I.aa mujaraa, y laa hombraa tambin, qua
emplacen a aaaaafaatar atatoanaa da acola-
mamto aorvioao a da la aajafre. daban obtener
un fraaoo Ha eete tnaico magnificouna nueva
forma de hierro concentrado que lo viaonsa y
la hace arntiraa come aero.
El Fr.HKiy.AN puede obtaaar aa aa i llalli
COHSERVE
INMACULADO
EL CUARTO DE BAO
SAPOLIO
EN PAIS O EN POLVO
Sapolio limpia bion ms rpida y f-
cilmente. Sapolio disuelve la mugre
limpia I mohoda brillo al
aluminio, metal monel,
porcelana, mosaico
y tinalos de-
ja relucientes.
- -
Las empresas ferroviarias y
de productos qumicos tienen
hoy preferencia en la bolsa
Por Charles F. Speare i menos de su valor de emisin
Por Charles F. Speare
(R.A.N.A.)
NUEVA YORK, Agosto 10
'EPSi En la segunda mitad
de julio pasado, el mercado de
acciones se mostr firmo en
ciertos sectores, especialmente
en cuanto a las de empresas
ferroviarias, de productos qu-
micos y de utilidad pblica. En
cambio, reaccion con indife-
rencia hacia las otras. Hubo
muy poca relacin entre el me-
joramiento de la situacin en
Corea y el tipo de acciones que
el pblico pareca ms ansioso
de acumular, o acerca de lo
que el Congreso norteamericano
estuviera pensando hacer so-
bre Impuestos y controles eco-
nmicos.
Ciertas situaciones especiales,
como en el caso del ferrocarril
Northern Pacific, suministraron
excusa para el alza de estas
acciones. Las de las empresas
de utilidad pblica y fabri-
cantes de productos quimicos
tuvieron gran preferencia. Lo
mismo puede decirse de las de
empresas petroleras. El alza
ms grande se registro el mar-
tes.
De mayor Importancia para
la situacin del crdito es la
recuperacin de la confianza
pblica en clertaa Inversiones
de alta clase. Esto fu ouiz
lo ms trascendental que ocu-
rri en iulio. Tuvo nomo causa
el buen xito de una gran emi-
sin de bonos respaldados con
alojamientos que sern o han
sido fabricados por el estado o
municipalidades, a lo cual si-
gui un alza de acciones de
excelente calidad que habian
sufrido considerables bajas en
Junio. A'.Kunas estaban ya a
menos de su valor de emisin.
Los bonos municipales, que es-
tuvieron difciles de vender,
bajaron varios puntos.
La lista da la Tesorera Fe-
deral sigui, ms bien que ins-
pir, tales avances. Los tipos
de descuento de documentos
comerciales bajaron algo. Los
precios de los artculos de con-
sumo general tambin declina-
ron algo, lo cual redujo un
poco el costo de vida. Los ob-
servadores sealan el hecho de
que en los ltimos cincuenta
y tres aos, agosto ha sido el
mes en que las acciones de em-
presas Industriales han avan-
zado treinta y nueve veces, y
las de las ferroviarias treinta
y cinco.
No hace muchos das, un k-'j-
po de Estudiantes del Primer
Ciclo de Aguadulce dict una
Resolucin por medio de la cual
se pedia el nombre de Isabel
Herrera O- para la Escuela Pro-
fesional. Nosotros, aunque sim-
patizamos con la idea de dai a
Us escuelas* el nombre de perdo-
nas que se hayan destacado en
U vida social, poltica o educa-
cional, nos mostramos,, en este
caso, en desacuerdo con el mo-
vimiento. Trataremos de expo-
ner nuestras razones, en la con-
fianza de poder definirlas con
claridad.
Los que tuvieron la dicha de
cenocer a la seorita Hetera
aunque fuera solamente a Iva-
vi de la labor que desarroll en
esta escuela, tienen la convic-
cin de que ella seria la prime-
ra en oponerse a esta Idea. Li-
temos seguros de que el alto
sentido de Justicia que posea le
hubiera impedido aceptar tal
designacin, pues le hubiera *l-
do Imposible olvidar a quien
form con ella ese binomio de
tan difcil superacin que se I-a-
m "Isabel y Otilia". Otilia Ji-
mnez 8. fu en todo momei.to
parte del cerebro directriz en !a
organizacin de todas las labo-
res. En esta Escuela nunca *e
habl de Directora y Subdireo-
tora. Era tan Involuntaria co-
mo exacta la impresin: "Las
directoras de la Profesional'';
"Isabellta y Olltia"; "Otilia e
Isabel'-
No existi nunca separacin;
ni entre ellas, ni entre el p-
blico que no pens jams en se-
pararlas. En la meta de cada
cual eran una sola. Y an y,
una de ellas no 'na podido reali-
zar la verdad de la ausencia de
la otra. Por eso no podemos
concebir que se piense en sepa-
rarlas. El nombre de Isabeilta,
solo, en el titulo, temblara Im-
paciente, de nostalgia. No sbila
conocerse sin tener el de Otilia
a su vera.
Todos sabemos, adems, la e-
norme sensibilidad materna; Ce
la seorita Herrera la cual le
vall en la mayora de los ca-
sos, para cobrar el ascendiente
que tuvo sobre sus educandas
Nadie como ella supo Imprimir-
le ese sabor de hogar en donde
todas eran hijas y el recuerdo
y la veneracin de las madres,
el arma educacional. Por esta
razn preferimos que su nom-
bre sea dado al Internado, resi-
dencia de estudiantes que hoy
est tan deficientemente servi-
do, no por falta de qulenca lo
atienden sino por la dificultad
de local, equipo, etc., asi estaria
mejor repreeentf.do el espritu
de la Seorita Herrera y su
gran labor social en la Educa-
cin, y no en una escuela que
ha perdido gran parte de la fi-
sonoma que ella imprimi. No
queremos decir con esto que por
eso haya desmejorado, pero si,
que guarda muy poco de lo que
era en tiempos de Isabellta y
Otilia; hoy hay varones en la
Escuela, los cursos de Economa
son muy diferentes; igual re-
sulta con la seccin de comer-
cio y han resaparecldo muchos
or los que en aquellos tiempos
representaban un Imprtente
sector del alumnado como eran
los de Modistera Cermica, Culi
tura d Belleza, etc.
Nos parece tambin magni-
fica idea la de honrar con el
nombre de la seorita Jimnez
la Biblioteca del Plantel; asi, el
recuerdo de las dos perdurar
siempre en las nuevas genera-
ciones que se eduquen en esta
Escuela donde ellas imprimie-
ron su personalidad, personali-
dad que diluira en el futuro si
slo se hiciera mencin de una
de las dos, ya que tampoco e.s
bien visto que la Escuela lieve
el nombre de ambas.
Acusaron a Jessup
en el Senado de
ser un comunista
WASHINGTON, Agosto 10
(UP) El Senador Republica-
no Joseph McCarthy provoco un
agitado debate en la sesin de
la Cmara Alta al afirmar que
ci Embajador Plenipotenciario
Phillip Jessup y otros 25 e.n-
pleados del Departamento de
Estado han sido "acusados ofi-
cialmente de actividades comu-
nistas".
El jefe del boque Demcrata,
Ernest McFarland, despus de
insinuar que McCarthy se escu-
daba en la inmunidad Parla-
mentarla para formular sas a-
cusaciones, dijo que el Senador
Republicano "destruye la dig-
nidad del Senado" al utilizar el
recinto de sesiones para "ca-
lumniar".
Por su parte, el Senador De-
mcrata Herbert Lehman afir-
m que "nuevamente el Senado
est escuchando acusaciones 1-
Citados para el 14
los productores de
Caf de la Rep.
La direccin de Precios y A-
bastos, nos ha enviado el si-
guiente comunicado para su pu-
blicacin:
COMUNICADO
La Direccin de Precios y A-
bastos cita por este medio a
todos los productores de caf do
la Repblica, a una reunin quo
se celebrar el martes 14 do
agosto a las diez de la maa-
na, en las oficinas de la Di-
reccin, situadas en el nmero
36 de la Calle 22 Este bis
de la ciudad de Panam.
Panam, agosto 8 de 1951.
Joan Alberto Merales
responsables de desiealtad <,-vn
tra funcionarlos del gobierno'.-
McCarthy dijo que Jessup era
niiembro de cinco organttaclu-
nes comunistas y que aei?t
6.000 dlares del millonario co-
munistas Frederick VanderoHt
Field para ayudar a sostener la
publicacin sobre el Extrer-.o
Oriente que diriga Jessup.
McCarthy dio los nombres do
24 empleados del Departamento
ce Estado, entre los euales so
halla John carter Vincent, ac-
tualmente Cnsul en Tnger, a-
adlendo que todos estn bajo
Investigacin conforme a dalos
dados por la Oficina Federal do
Investigaciones. ,
v
Dijo que algunas de sas per-
sonas quizs prueben ms lar-
de que son Inocentes.
Basta Alo
una crema
... ti ai Mexiana.
Mextena lianda o
retiourar al lern)la
wovidad, ferwra y
lubrkadaV Acrtvra-
Itial equilibrio
ealecuoaleya iaa I
cufia frtate, normal e
retaco. Un tarro cueito
poto. Prubala como
crema de noche.
C'icjnti
MEXSANA
(MOLIENTE BALSMICA
EMHHliCEOORA
eene para Ha, para 41 y para al
I nlflo ... Pora al lacador y al botiqun
Su Cereal
se Vuelve Manjar de Angele!
con
Verdadera Crema de Leche
BUENA
FRESCA
SALUDABLE
RICA
La Crema Aroset de Mesa es
verdadera crema de leche . ;'
espesa : : extrasuculenta . .'
extradeliciosa. Es una crema es-
terilizada/ No requiero refra-o-
racin antes dfttamaam*. Conf.
prese ana botella hoy . \ y
pruebe eie sublime sabor que
da a los cereales, frutas, poitrea
y si caf. u
HJISE IN LA IT1QOITA VtKDI f
CREMA IE LECHE ESTERILIZADA
AVOSET
2>Af*da
CHIMA imomiADA CUJ
SI CONStVA POS MtUS
PAGUE MAS POR SUS ARTCULOS
RECIBA MENOS POR SU DINERO
COMPRE MAS BARATO EN EL "81"
ESCOBAS......a 74*
TRAPEADORES . a 650
ARROZ......a T2*
AZCAR ..... a H%
LECHE EVAPORADA
Grande........a 18*2
SBADO y LUNES
DAS ESPECIALES
Papas Americanas a 90
CEBOLLA.....a U
AJOS......Ib. a 290
SOMBREROS
de Tela.......a 1.68
JABN RINSO
Grande.......a 380
PANTALONES
de Hombre......a 1.99
VASOS FLOREADOS
Varios Colores . a 100
Pimientos Morrones a 200
FOCOS 60v...... a 200
MANTEQUILLA
Co ver bloom y
Orange Crush--------a 740
ACEITE
en Botella......a 550
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.PANAMA AimtlCA HURTO mDEPBfDIWTB
rAClH A CIMCfl '
riii "
Informes para esta seccin se reciban en la
Keaaccin Social
de EL PANAMA.AMER1CA
Telfono S-ltSt HORAS: l:M | iMt aJB.
Apartado 1J4
......
8OCIALB8 DE HOY
Recepcin
8. C. el Embalador del Ecua-
dor, seor Sixto Duran Bailen,
oirece hoy de 7:00 p.m. a l-liO
p.m. en lo salones del Cipo U-
nin, una recepcin en conme-
moracin del Aniversario de 1
Prot/amacln de la Independen-
cia del Bcuador. A esta recep-
cin han sido Invitados los Al-
tos Funcionarlos de nuestro Go-
bierno, dt la Zona del Ca.!
1 Honorable Cuerpo Diplom-
tico y Consular, y distinguidas
personalidades de nuestro mon-
de social
Banquete
S. g, el Embajador de Pana-
m en los Estados unida*, se-
or Roberto M. Heurtematte. fu
agasajado el mircoles en la no-
che con un suntuoso banquete
ofrecido por los miembros de la
Junta Directiva de la Compais,
Cemento Panam, 8. A. y Que
tuvo lugar en el Saln Bella
Vista del Hotel El Panam.
Recepcin en el Jardn Balboa
En el Jardn Balboa tuvo lu-
gar hoy al medioda la esplen-
dida recepcin ofrecida por ft.
E. el Embajador del Ecuador,
seor SUto Duran Bailen, a la
colonia ecuatoriana residente en
Panam, para conmemorar el
Aniversario de la Proclamacin
de la independencia del E-
cuador "j
CemMa
8. E. el Embajador de los Ca-
tados Unidos, seor John Coi-
per Wiley y seora Irena, de TVi-
ley fueron agasajados anoche
por 8. E. ti Embajador de Pa-
nam en loe Estados Unidos, bi-
flor Roberto M. HeurtemaUe y
su seora madre doa Elisa Ma-
na E. de Heurtematte, eon una
comida en su residencia.
Barbacoa
Sn honor de 8. E el Embaja-
dor de Panam en los Estauos
Unidos, seftor Roberto M. Heur-
tematte, el seftor Robert R. Me-
MISA
Se dir maana Sbado, 11 de Agosto, a las :S# a.m.,
en la Santa iglesia de San Jos, por el eterno descanso
del alma de
JOS DE LA R. BRID
<.e.p.d.)
8n esposa, hijos 7 dems deudos, agradecern a su
amistades la asistencia a este acto piadoso.
Panam, 10 de Agosto de 1951.
SALON DE BELLEZA REX
anuncia eon placer a su distinguida
clientela a su nuevo peluquero
T O N I
Italiano reden llegado de la
Argentina, de fama mundial
eapecialiado en
PERMANENTES PEINADOS
CORTE8 TINTES
PIDA SU CITA TUL. 2-134*
SALON DE BELLEZA REX
Avenida 4 de Julio No. I
SEMANA de PRODUCTOS
SIMMONS
DE DESCUENTO
Ofrecemos en todos los productos
de esta acreditada marca.
Colchones
Esprines
Camas Plegables'
Canaps Plegables
Camas Cunas
Almohadas
"Deepsleep"
Sillas de Oficina
Chaise-Lounge
Muebles de Jardn
MJBtERIfl
AVE.CENTRAIyCALLB 21 C.e>lTELS.'2-183C
.Y 2-1839
Orath y sftora Vlcky M. de e-
Orath, ofrecen esta noche una
barbacoa en au residencia ci
Coco del Mar. A este agasajo ha
sido Invitado un pequeo grupo
de tus amistades.

Man
La seftora Analida de de le
Guardia ofreci el mircoles en
U noche un buffet en la resi-
dencia del sflor George Novey
Jr. y seftora Maria Elena de la
Guardia de Novey, para agasa-
jar a su esposo ei seftor Gabriel
de la Guardia con motivo de
celebrar ese da su onomiaUeo.
T
La seftora Gladys M de Mir
ofrecer hoy un t en su rtoi-
dencia. para despedir de su vi-
da de soltera a la seorita bix~
tt Carlea, quien contraer ma-
trimonio prximamente. A ate
agasajo ha sido invitado un U mesoro grupo de sus amistades.
Almuerza
Para agasajar a un grupo de
tus amistades, la seftora Olga
A de Alemn ofreci ayer en su
esidencla situada en el Coco
del Mar, un almuerzo seguido de
Juego de cartas.
Despedida
Un grupo de amistades de la
seorita Judith Das la agasa-
jarn maftana en el Jardn El
Rancho con motivo de su prxi-
mo matrimonio con el seor
William Edwards.
Para Centre Amrica
Despedimos muy cordltlmen-
te a la seora Rose Marie P.
de de la Guardia, quien sigui
hoy por la va area para San
Jos, Costa Rica, en donde a-
sistlr al matrimonio de la dis-
tinguida damlta costarricense
seorita Norma Fernndez con
el caballero Alvaro Martin-
Para los Estados Unidos
En viaje de placer sigui a-
yer a los Estados Unidos el se-
ftor H. 8. Blair. Lo despedimos
Para Sur Amrica
Sigui a Rio de Janeiro, Bra-
sil, a pasar sus vacaciones al
lado de sus padres. 8. E. el Em-
bajador de panam en el Brasil.
seor Jos Ignacio Qulrz y se-
ftora Magdalena,Ponce de Qul-
rz. el Joven estudiante Fillx
Armando Qulrz. Grata tempo-
rada le deteam ot.
Seorita Mjmtza de Obarrio
B.M. MARITZA I ser coronada como Reina del Carnavalito
durante el "REINADO DE LAS CASADASTe! 9rf**>JSfLt.
PANAMEAOS TODOS: YA 'TAN DE VENTA LOS TIETES
PARA ESTE GRAN FESTIVAL A BENEFICI DEL ORFELINATO
DE MALAMBO!
PANAMESOS TODOS: PREMIOS! Y ALEGRAS EL PROXIMO
JUEVES EN EL CLUB UNION. EL CLUB MURA INVITA A
TODOS A QUE ASISTAN!
Puesto que las amas dr. casa andan siempre en busca de nuevos utensilios
para el hogar, voy a describir algunas novedades interesante* que, con mi
secretaria Betty, hemos visto recientemente en nuestras visitas a negocios espe-
cializados en accesorios para
De loe Esta4 Unidas
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Los Angeles visi-
tando a sus familiares, se en-
cuentra de nuevo en Panama la
seorita Nidia Endara- La sa-
ludamos, i
Grata estada le deseamos *1
Joven Bruce Motta, quien pro-
cedente de los Estados Unidas
se encuentra pasando la te.n-
porada de vacaciones entre no-
sotros.
Saludamos a la seora Amin-
ta D. de Val des, quien ha rece-
sado de su temporada en los
Estados Unidos.
(Pasa a la Pgina fl. Columna >
Ayayayay! El diablito Tun
Tun Invita a todos, a todos los
panameos amantes de la ale-
gra, a que asistan el Id al
Club Unin al Gran Festival del
Remado de laa Casadas.
Ayayayay! Lupe D. de Alfaro.
candldata de Los Leones y Ana
Lucrecia A. de Andreve, candl-
data de los Rotarlos, son dos
de las candidates de mayor
fuerza para presidir esto gran
reinado.
Panameo, panameo! pana-
meo, tan alegre, el diablito
Tun Tun te invita al Reinado
de las Casadas (cntese).
Ayayayay! como, pero cmo
se divierte el diablito Tun Tun.
Panameo, panameo! com-
pra hoy tu boleto .de entrada
que solo cuesta B. 1.00 y con
el cual te puedes ganar una
Semana de vacaciones para
dos'' en el Paraso La Restinga,
con comida, hospedaje y psa-
les grafts, ya que los da la
Comisin de Turismo de Pana-
m- Con ese mismo boleto pue-
des asistir el prximo Jueves al
Reinado de las Casadas y a
bailar con las melodas de dos
estupendas orquestas: la de An-
gelo Jaspe y la de Ulloa. Con
ese mismo boleto (que vale por
100 votos) puedes elegir a la
Reina de las Casadas y a esta
reina se darn magnficos pre-
mios ofrecidos por nuestros
principales almacenes. Al Prin-
cipe Consorte se le dar tam-
bin, como obsequio, una cala
de whiskey para que celebre la
coronacin de la reina.
Ayayayay! y S. M. Marltza I
la Reina del Camavallto del
da 18, ser coronada como Rei-
na del Camavallto la noche del
16!
Ayayayay! El diablito Tun
Tun lo sabe que esta fiesta ser
de las que hacen historia.
Panameos, panameos! To-
dos a comprar ahora su tique-
te de entrada que ya estn de
venta en loo almacenes Rode-
las-, Kodak, Electrogas, Maduro,
Rhoda, Bazar Internacional, Mo-
das Marcela. Basar Frances y...
el prximo Jueves a la entrada
del Club Unin I
Ayayayay! Como, pero cmo
goza el diablito Tun Tun.
- el hogar.
Hallamos un luego de cuatro
moltat modern*... eleaaniet... ; ideales para cuan-
do sirve un buffet! Cada metlia confine en una
lablia de forma ovalada, hecha de amianto y pin-
tada de un color panel. Cada mana del juego es
de un color diferente Y lot cuatro colore forman
un conjunto miiY internante. La tablita ett Mu-
nida per un trpode de metal cro-
mado. Hu mttttai sen muy li-
vianas y ir trasUdkn de un lugar a
tro levantndolas por un ato de as-
me qu* sirve, tambin, pira sostener
un vaso para qu no retoale... Qui-
et suficiente |pacio para colocar el
plato. |En un santiamn puede us-
ted emir tut mesiias y guardarlas
en el espacio mi reducido!
Vimos tambin algo muy til y
original: un descamo para la plan-
cha que no slo protege la tabla de
planchar para que no te quemr, tino
que hace ttmbin las vece de topone donde te co-
loca la plancha par guardarla. Sirve para cual-
quier tamaAo de plancha, r.ui hecho de metal y asbes-
to, con un gancho que te fija con un tornillo en el lu-
gar donde te desea guardar la plancha
y en el cual, al colocarse la plancha,
se enreda el cordn elctrico y te en-
gancha el descinto. La figura les dar
una buena idea de este til acceso-
rio. Cuando termina usted de plan-
char, tendllamente cuelga el descanso
y coloca en l tu plancha, arrollando
el cordn en la parte superior del
gancho. El emocto y es practico.
Not pareci mentira
Ja mis peauea it Its butnts
acetones ts mtjtr u< It maver 4a
Its buenos intenciones. yDuqutt)
pero es
i qu
licia
diana, hace un delicioso helada
en tatema segundo*, i Si no hubira-
mos vino la demostracin no lo ha-
bramos erefdo! El aparato ea muv
sencillo: se compone de un tambor,
un raspador, un topone recipiente y
una bandeuta: todo de metal. Se lle-
na el tambor de hielo y tal, te cie-
rra hermticamente con tu tapa lateral que tiene
una manija. Se coloca despus sobre el toparte. Se
prepara la mtela del helado, te echa en el reci-
piente, te dan una vueltai al tambor y en un minu-
to tte queda cubierto del helado.
Se ajutta el ratpador al tambor, te
dan una o dot vueltas mat, y el he-
lado cae en el plato de metal, ti
aparato et compacto, ocupa mu
co lugar y, al terminar de utarl
limpia con toda facilidad.
uv po-
no, te
CONVIENE SABER...
Para mirar los nutvoi "zapa-
tos di char of de Mstico, lim-
pelos primero con la espuma da
tabn suave. Secuelas y luego
frtelos con una gamuu.
No olvida* que Betty se enorgullece de ser huma
compradera... Si ustedes quinen cargarle algo,
ella tendr tumo gusto an procurrtele aqu, o las
Estado Unidos. Pero, cao t. eapliqun bien cla-
ramente lo que desean. jVan a ver qu pronto
Bettv les consigue lo que buscan! Dirijan su cena-
Emirlenna a Betty. S45 Madison Avenue. I lib now,
parlamento Al. Nueva York 17. '
(Let vi a guitar mucho la Harina
d alai en dulce! Y prepararla
ceaa fcil, im vrt bien lavada la
harina a* echa en la aaiuaia con
agua inficiente, un poquita de tal,
oiro poquita t ans, una* raja de
canela, requeme da limen verde y el
atufar necesaria. Cuando e#piee a
hervir ndase mantequilla y. On
una cuchara da madera, va\e revel-
viendo cuidanda de que na t queme.
Se tiene al fuego hna qu est bas-
tante dura. Al parirla del fuago
aada cuatra sema de hueva desle-
da! en un poco de mantequilla, re-
volviendo iraiiido para qu no te cortan; v agregu dot
cucharadas de vino saco. Engrase un molde con mante-
quilla: cubra el fondo con pata y almendras; luego
vaya colocando la harina y mt pasas y almendras hu-
ta llenar el molde. Cocnese al horno.
...yustea
Sus manos ton un fndiee impor-
tante de tu feminidad. Sen tan inte-
resante amo el retiro... \y masre-
veladsrat! El cuidado de las manea
et eseneul; v an todo, la mayora
de las vaeae olvidamos las cosa mt
elementales. El seeatlts bren por
ejemplo. Ello ea muy importante
porque ti la piel queda'algo hmeda
adquiere la tendencia a agrietarte
fcilmente. Otra ceta: siempre que
use agua tibia. Y un buen jabn. Al lavarte, fr-
tete bien una mano contra la otra y leiuerialaa
enrgicamente en varias direcciones. E bueno para
lot msculos. Despus de secarte bien pngate una
locin protectora o psate un poquito de limn. Si
busca aclarar la piel, empape un algedoncito n agua
"" oxigenada y patela ligeramente so-
bra la piel. No te lave hasta la
rnufU'ca solamente... e cierto qua
a vece la puliera no imponen cm
limita: pero hay qua tener paciencia!
quitarte las pulsera y lavarte lo bra-
soa... y as toda la piel te veri igual
le sea posible.
Joi de Vivre
LA CREMA
NATURAL
de
HORMONAS
REBAJA DE PRECIOS
Comenzando HOY 10 de Agosto hasta el 15 de Sept.
Dos Tamaos: *
REGULARMENTE 5.M
AHORA 3-95
REGULARMENTE .M
AHORA 6 95
Con esta crema maravillosa se recupera esa
apasinela Juvenil de los aos mozos haciendo
desaparecer las lineas y arrugas que tanto afean.
BAZAR FRANCES
HEURTEMATTE Y CA.
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SERVICIO LEWIS
Ava. TI val No. 4
M. i-ati
RIOSKO DE LESSEPS
Fbmm * Lii|i
rii>iii
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ava. 4 a Jallo
Trl 2-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
Ave Mtlendn 1M5
Ttl. 255Cela.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calle 12 O*** Ne. *.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calle "H" Ne. 17. Panam
Ave. Caatral 11-17Cel*
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dt dos
racimaros. Salo-comedor, cocino.
etc.. balcn independiente. 10, ca-
li* 26 Este. Ocurra C. Dioz, mis-
mo edificio, Apto. 13.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento con-
fortable. Calle 15 No. 32 entrada
San Francisco de la Caleta.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SE VINDEN:Claree, tafeara nafra,
acara acanalada, Fim-Tai (cartn
aiilaJar pera clale retal) mmit-
rai, levemanoi, aicuiaeoi. ate. a
loi precies mal boje an plea.
AGENCIAS GLSALES, Via Itaa-
i. Meiande a Jaan 'ranea. Tal.
1-1503.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
CA. DE LIKVM Tal. 2-SSS2 I SE NE.CESITA:Lavandera que duer-
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento, muy
fresco, dos recmaras, olo. co-
medor, belen. Avenida Per, es-
quino 36 Este No. II.___________
SE ALQUILAN: Dos apartamentos
modernos de dos recmaras y salo-,
SE VENDENPeces de acuario, plan-
tas, Vio Espaa 11. frente establos
Jjon Fronco. Tel. 3-4132.
SE VENDE:Llegaron navojitas de
afeitar a precio de situacin.
AGENCIAS LEIGNADIER, CA.
modernos ae nos recamaras y >u.u-,--------------------------------------
comedor, en edificio "Muller". No. SE VENDE:Llantas usados para co-
. _. * _. a .._ lO__. JtUaaa ., i ~- Av '. I ac '' mAnt t n mi 1 -
12 en calle Rochet y No. 18 en
Avenida Tivoli. Ilamor Tel. 2-1032.
Sr. Corrers. _^__^__
se'lqIla
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:En Bella Visto, cuar-
to amoblado, entreda independien-
te. A-enida Mxico 69, cerco ca-
li. 4">
micnes. automviles, "todos tomu-
os." INTRA. Gernimo da lo
O;so. ______________
SE VENDE:4. vidrieras nuevos de
toobo. Acuda Bazar Panam 104
Central u oficina Agencia Michel
Simhon. Avenida "A" y colla 7o
Panam. Coln, Tel. 1386.
VENDE LOTES
raeo Inicial minima B.100.00
Mantua) 1.15.00
Lotes con Calles y Acueductos de
lo Ciudad desde B.1.00 el metro.
Alquilamos equipo pesado pora
movimiento de tierro.
Alquilamos lotes o largos plozos.
Club de lotes, B.3.00 y B.4.00
semanales.
mo' en el empleo. Buen sueldo.
Ave. Chile No. 16, altos.
SE
VENDE:Abarrotera. Poro in-
formes dirjase a Colle 13 Oeste
No. 29, Panam.
SE VENDEN:Lotes en El Cangrejo,
desde B.5.75 el metro cuadrado.
ROBERTO MIRO. Tal. 2-1215^___
AGRICULTURA! nica salvacin. Se
vende, por no poder atenderla, fin-
co doscientas hectreas, uno hora
de Panam, carretera nter-ame-
ricono. tierras frtilsimos, rio, ca'
sos, etc. Telfono 3-4078.
Vndese local comercial Calle 16
Oeste, alquiler muy bajo. Crespo,
Central 94.
SE VENDE:
Motocicleta
SC VENDE:Una motocicleta da re-
parte, marca "Muttanf" ideal aa-
r* reparta da mercanca!, ca'sreda-
* rat. estacional da fatena a me-
- canicas, tiene aditamento espacial
pera ser remolcada par carras en
casa da entrega a domicilio, m-
.uino da sumar "Remineton" ma-
nual da 7 columnas, con resta di-
recta, cama nueva. Mquina de
escribir porttil "Smith Carina"
risa Clipper. Pulidar elctrico
"Blackedecker" automatice, aere
lustrar carras, can una lata de
Vitri-Gleie" da un alan llena. O-
5 curre a la Avenida Peru 17, Tel.
I 3-1169 2-2146.
p.,--------------------------------------------------------
SE VENDE:___Tanque acero, 1,000
galones, 5' x 7' x 7' un lodo ova- -
lodo. Bueno paro ogua, aceite etc. VENDO:En $10.000.00 un milln
Tel 3-C747. |de metros2, corretero transistmico
----------------------------------------------------------------- Logo Gotn.* Telfono 1262-B,
SE VENDE:Caso, mesos billar, de-'
iris artculos. Motivo viaje. Co-1
Ion detras Mercado Pblico. No
2014.___________________
E VENDE MUY BARATO: M-
quina Registradora "Notional", un
molino poro moler carne "Sanitary"
con capacidad para 600 lbs. por
hora. 1 Congelador propio pora
restaurante "Freezer". cortadora
de jamn, estufo de gas 4 'ago-
nes y plancha. 4 lmparas "Nen"
48" y 3 tubos. Paro informes: ca-
He la. Vista Hermosa No. 7. Te-
lfono 3-1468
SE NECESITA:Planchadora. Acuda
calle 41 No. 19.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
4M Tubera j
i Negra ^
FABRICACIN NACIONAL
DE
PRIMERA CALIDAD
Precios de Competencia
con el producto importado.
Tubos 4" SeneiUos___4.M
Tubos 4'" Dobles......4.44
Tobos 2" Sencillos... 2.S0
Tubos 2" Dobles......2.80
Tees 4x4..........2.M
Yees 2x2..........l.M
Codos U x 2___... .75
etc., etc.
Tel. 3-1304 Apartado 2029
FUNDICIN INDUSTRIAL
Gonzlez y Linares Ltda.
La Locera Pasadena
ra
diof ni
T
cas
Por FISIN
J
SE NECESITA:Persona para cuidar
nio y apartamento, debe cocinar
y dormir en casa. Avenida Fede/'-
co Boyd No. 4. Apto. I, de 3:00
p. m.__________j
SE NECESITA:Cocinera para dos
personas. Buen sueldo. Avenida
Ecuador No. 16.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera po- j
ro un matrimonio, debe lavar ro-
pa. Avenido Venezuela No.' 10,
altos. Por los tardes. ,
SE NECESITA:Empleada para que
limpie coso, lave y planche. Que
vivo en el empleo. Ocurra Calle
31 E, No. 38.
Mantenemos una venta de
Ramea de artculos sobre exis-
tencia donde las MEJORES
PINTURA se venden a los
m3* bajos orelos.
Por au no ahorrar dinero
comprando lo mejor?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 270. ,
Tel 3-0140.
Ya est en el aire "Entre Dos nal de El rabe se transmiti
Amo/es", una atractiva novela I el mircoles y cerr exltosa-
de Henrl Ardel, cuya adapta- mente una etapa ms de ac
aIAh llnn al Jnl,t.k> 1lUrA< !* I ( .* I* n T\ ** >(> 4h \ a-a. i^l a * atl T^ ( n 1
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ser-
vicios con recomendacin. Colle
44 No. 15, familia Abadi.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para co-
cinar y oficios domsticos. Dormir
en trabajo. Ocurra a Calle 44
Este No. 6, Apto. 2 Bella Vista.
Fresco, cmodo y con distinguida ve-
cindad, es el chalet de 3 recma-
ras, 2 baos, agua caliente, etc..
situodo sebre lote de 800 M2 en
Bella-Vista. Colle 47. No. 19. Su
precio es realmente halagador. Pa-
ra c.to de inspeccin llame ol 2-
2388 Wolff y Cia. Calla 5a..
No. 22.
SE VENDE
Artculos Je Casa
SE VENDE
. .- h4p> %>'o estar) provistos de vlvulas.
Role V Vlolorea Jjdemi, hay bolos de 3-3'-i y 4' .
~*------------------"------'------* * l Har milytir* informacin Home I
: VENDE:Bote nosor 20 pies, e- telefono 2-0787. Motores Nacio-
----------------------- | St VENDE:Estante ee eaafca; calar
. ... ......mrnc i "l ' "leaVne. Casi nueve.
ESPECIAL PARA LOS MAYORISTAS: Po7 me,iva -t 0. Calla 25 Esta
Acabamos de recibir una remesa No ? ..,,,.. 202.
de bolas fabncodos en Froncio de------------------
de Bolas raoricooas en nunu i--------------------------------------------------------------
caucho notural reforzado. Los bo- $E VENDE:Estufo gas cuatro que-
los de basketball, football y woter madores, horno. B.50.0C. Borrioda
Vista Hermosa 605. <
* i-------1------*
quipado paro pesca. Condiciones
nuevas. 465 Balboa Yacht Club
Preguntar Balboa Rood. 752-C.
SS VENDE:Dos lonchos con moto-
res "Diesel", pesca camarones, car-
ga posoieros. Tel. 2-2252. Dr.
Morales.
telfono 2-0787. Motores Nacio-
nales. S. A. Ave. J. F. de la Ossa
No. 21." La calidad y precios de
estas bolos no tienen competen-
cia.
SE ALQUILA
I.ocale".
SE ALQUILA:Local para oficino
Arriba del Teatro Central.
SE VENDE
Automviles
Hemae rebajase drstica menta iiet-
tree precias an tedas las carree
asadas. Venae y mrelo. Afenciaa
Nash.
SI VENDE:Ju4po de comedor de
caobo completo y un sof y dos
poltronas. Calle 50 37.
SE VENDE: -Juego comedor y otros
muebles. Buenas condiciones bara-
tos. Avenida Tivoli, Rchet 14
Apt. 13. ____________"
SE VENDE:--Juego de comedor, ca-
si nuevo, de 9 piezas, por moti-
vo de vioie. muy barato. Calle 3 /
Este cosa 21.
SE NECESITA:Empleada eficiente,
calle Manuel Mario I caza No. 7,
Campo Alegre
SE NECESITA: Empleado pora tes
oficios domsticos, debe dormir en
al empleo. Se requiere recomenda-
cin. Va Espaa 1 I 2. ^^^^
SE NECESITA: -- Coenero, ademas
debe dormir en caso. Calle 47 No.
19. __________.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para que-
haceres de cosa y uno para cuidar
rin rVben dormir en el emple"
tener experiencia y buena presen-
cio. Colle 52 coso 8. Apt. 4.
SE NECESITA:Empleada competen-
te y con buenas referencias, debe
dormir en el trabojo. Poro in-
formas din'iose o Ave. Cubo No.
58, Apto. No. 7-,
Artculos de Zapatera
Tubera Negra y Gal-
vanizada
Acero y Platinas
Pinturas, Esmaltes y
Barnices
Ferretera
"Corbin"
"Yale" y
RICARDO A. MIRO,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
"Vendemos barato
para vender ms"
' Rifles de Baln
Marca "Day"
desde 2.95
tu
*<
SE NECESITA:Empleada acra ef-
Cos domsticos, que duermo en
el empleo. Ocurra calle 17 Oaate
No. 43, apartomento 3, primer
olto. ^^^^
SE ALQUILA
Casas
Tenemos exactamente el
VIDRIO que Ud. necesita!
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
CLNICA, equipado, o^tos Farmacia
Salnzar, calle 16 Oeste No. 28
Ponam.
m-----------------------------------------
SE ALQUILA:Un locol comercial
cerca del Seguro Social, casa mom-
posteria. Pora informes telfono *.-
1486.
SE VENDE:Carro Cadillac Modelo
48 en perfectas condiciones. Se
oceptan propuestos, llame tel-
tono 3-2184 2-1075.
SE ALQUILAN:Dos locales propios:
pora oficinas, cerca de aduana
nacional. Avenido B, No. 85, altos.
Precios moderados.
SE ALQUILA: Locales comerciales
de diferentes tamaos, lugar co-
mercial. Calle 26 Este y Avenido
Cuba. Ocurro C. Daz mismo edi-
ficio, Apto. 13.
DUEOS DE CARPOS HUDSON-
STUDEB^KERS FORD, ocabomos
de recibir un embarque de ani-
llos. TROPICAL MOTORS.
SE VENDEN CAMIONES: 1 GMC
5 toneladas, modelo 1947. exce-
lentes condiciones; 1 GMC 2 1 -2
toneladas, tipo armada. 10 rue-
das modele 1942, 1 Internacio-
nal. 2 1-2 toneladas modelo 1947
chassis largo; I Internacional. 2
1-2 tonelodos. modelo 1947 chas-
sis corto I Mack. 5 toneladas,
modelo 1947. excelentes condicio-
nes. Solicitar informes llamando
al telfono 2-0610.
SE VENDE: Por motivo de viaje:
Refrigeradora Westmghojse. $175.
00. juego de sala $125.00. Lovo-
dora Elctrico. $60.00; Silla de
- Alcoba. SI0.00. todo en perfectas
condiciones. Avenido B No. 89.
cuarto No. 7 oltos. Fomilia Gon-
zlez.
SE ALQUILAN:Dos ronchos, com-
pletomente nuevos y seguros, es-
tilo interior, de dos cuartos coda
uno y pedazo terreno cercado. Rio
Aboio. colle 7o. No. 2560.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet tres recma-
ros, cuarto empleado, etc. Colle
39 No. 19. Informes colle 39 No.
!!
SE ALQUILA:Locales comerciales.
14 oeste, esquina colle B No. 21.
B.30 y B.35. Patterson, Avenida
A No. 16.___________________________;---------
$E ALQUILAEn Coln, magnifico: AuiCf\ llirtrifll
locol. prop poro negocio, i. nVf)U JUUIWIMI
comente situodo en frente del Tea-
tro Coln, en la Avenida Centrol
Mo. 10.143. Rozn Sr. Balm de
Abate. 6029. Ave. Balboa O en
Panam, Almocn Vilanovo.
PIN.uRAS FAMOSAS
Consltenos para mostrar-
le las mejores Pinturas, va-
riados olores y durabilidad
Infinita. Tenemos preciosos
colores especiales para el
Interior de su hogar.
%Zk
mi.
Ave. Norte No. S3 Tel. 2-*l|
CaUe Martin Sosa No. 3
Tel. 3-1424
AVISO DI RIMATI
K1 aaaertto oeeretario Tercero oel Circuito de Pon.iaa, o tun-
r:onee de Algu.oil BJeeutor, i-or medio
sel relate, ol piblieu.
HACE SABKB:
Que por reeoluciOn de treinta t"
de jallo prximo poeedo dictada o .
juicio ejecutivo propueeto por (.uerdie
. Ci., a. A. contra Eduardo Sarniento
ee he fijado el da veintltree de egoatti
.eiudero. par. one entro lae aoree Ie-
lea. teaa lugar el aeaundo remeto ae
| loe eiuieote bienoe, propiedad del de-
mandado: .
Un 111 carro automvil marca
Peatlaa". modelo 1. eoa
pleca :iJ. coa motor 6-SJ.-
2. evaluado por loa penloe ee
tre.ciento. balboa....... B.SOO.0.
t'aa (11 >lanU elctrica marra
-Uta Eneine Worke'. *e-
tinfuida coa el nmero oes*-
KVA S. de I Kilowala. da am-
perio S-l-0 cieloe, do 11 a ,
:0 voltloe de 1100 revolucio-
na* por miauto. tipo N-ill de
1. H.P.. con tonque de alimen-
tacin de combuetlM. con ta-
aloea elctrico y polea tipo .
Uioeel. avaluada por loe periloe
en la aume de troecientoa bal-
boa................IOS.it.
Total.. S.iOO. 00
Servir de baee para el remate da loe
bienea citadea el valor aalanado por lo
pe. .toa. 7 eeri otaria admfelbla la ae
cubra la mitad el avalu da loa bienoe
aa< irtice.'oae que ei no ae preaenuren
postor en oea techa, ee har al remate
al dia eiviaate y aa admitir cualquier
paetgra,
a admiten ofertas hasta lae euatrt
de U tarde. 7 de eaa hora en adelante
ae oirn la pujaa y repuja qoe a* hi-
cieren beata qae aea cerrada la anbaata
rea la adjudicacin prorlalonel al me-
jor poator.
Para habilitar* i OOM puator. e re.
quiera conaienar previamente on el Tri-
Uunel el Si del valor por loa Peritoa a
loa bienea on remote
Pneme, aaasto doe de mil ovecien-
toa cincuenta 7 uno.
(Fea) J... C. Pial.*.
El Sor re loria.
la M eopia.
URGE la venta. Juego de recamara.
10 piezas, comas gemelas, mesa
comedoi, 6 sillas. Tambin juego
de cocina. 5 piezas. Todo de coo-
SE NECESITA
General
ci# cecino a pieXaiv nw _%-#-------------------- - ,
bo. Belsono Porra, No. 56, Apto. SE NECESITA:^Cobrador seno, mu-
10
MISCELNEA
Precios de olimentos Ful-O-Pep-
Laying Pellep B.6.70; Growing
Pellep B.6.90; Growing Mash. B.
$6.90; Starter Mash B.7.25; El Mo-
lino Criollo.
El Fiscal Primero
tales fueron en pago de dos
equipos dentales para 1 reha-
bilitacin del Hospital Nicolas
Solano de La Chorrera. Esta
venta se hizo al Mayor Lezcano
Gmez, quien a su vez vendi
a la Ca]a del Seguro Social y
se encarg de entregarlos. Mi
intervencin en esa transaccin
fu de intermediario, para utl-
liear mi firma comercial, en
vista de que el Mayor Gmez
no tenia patente con.erclal, a
fin de hacer efectivos el cobro.
Es por esa circunstancia que los
cheques aparecen a nombre de
Servicios Dentales".
"En relacin a los medica-
mentos, me dijo el Mayor G-
mez que l posea unos, que
haba sido agraciado con el su-
ministro de medicamentos para
el Hospital Nicols Solano. En
esta form., el Mayor Gmez gi-
raba a travc de Servicio Den-
tales part el cobro y me ofre-
t'- una comisin.
Interrogado: Quiere decir. Dr.
Boyd si los medicamentos a
que se refiere el comprobante
por pagar de la Caja del Segu-
ro Social por la suma de 4.12-
94 balboas fueron entregados?
Contestacin: Servicio Dentales
no entreg nada a la Caja del
Seguro Social, el comprobante
aparece a favor del Servicio Den-
tales por la* circunstancias de
que he hablado en relacin con
el Mayor Lezca.io Gmez..
Servicios Dentales no entreg
ningn equipo del que se ha
hablado. Lo ocurrido fu lo mis-
mo que he deiado explicado con
relacin al Mayor Gmez.
Interroeado: A que Mayor
Gmei alude usted?
Contest: Al Mayor Lezcano
Gmez de la Polica Nacional.
til presentarse sin references, Ba-
zar Americano, Central No. 25^
NECESITO: ROTULISTA. joven y
con aspirocin troboo seguro.
"Estudio Sabino". Colle Rochet,
Tel. 2-477L_______________________
SE NECESITA:Secretoria que sepa
ingls y estenografa pafa ,omor
dictado en ingls y castellano.
CIA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ N .
S. A, Fbrica de Mosaicos, Ave.
Cuba No. 8.
Felpa Mineralizada
Roja y Verde
Felpa Negra
da 15 y 30 Iba.
Clavos de Zinc
Balanzas 'Detecto'
Almacenes Romero
Ava. Norte No. 48
Tenemos en existencia:
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REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
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ACANALADO
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Calibre 26
clon realiza el joven libretista
Chong Ruiz. Esta obra ocupa el
espacio de la Novela Matinal
cuyas transmisiones surcan las
ondas de la Panamericana a las
11 y 15 de la maana.
Esta Urde a las 5 y 15 re-
aparece en la Red Panameri-
cana, La Perfecta de Armanr
do Boza, la ms popular or-
questa de Panam, animando el
programa Carnaval de Ritmos.
Esta audicin que marca un
xito musical de la RPA se
transmite todos los viernes y
provoca grandes llenos en los
estudios de la Calle H. Anima
Martnez Blanco.
Entre loa nuevos elementos
que han hecho-su ingreso a
la RPA, podemos citar a Rober-
to Cedeno, que cubre un turno
de locutor y adems acta en
novelas. Tambin trabaja bajo
las toldas de Calle H. Miguel
Moreno, Alberto Villanl y Rol-
dan Saavedra, que como soni-
dlsta y tcnico de efectos de-
muestra grandes aptitudes.
La Emisora HOG (Your Com-
munity Station), nuestra her-
mana de habla inglesa, se ano-
ta un "hit" radial con las pre-
sentaciones de la Orquesta de
(Irving Kent i. la misma que to-
ca en el Hotel El Panam. Es-
tas transmisiones se originan
a control remoto desde la te-
rraza del mencionado hotel los
martes, jueves y sbados a las
10 de la noche.
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-150..
Josa Luis Cereijo, operador
de controles y muslcalizador en
la Red Panamericana, acaba
de cumplir uno de sus ms
firmes pron'itos con 1p adf/-
tacin de "El rabe", obra que
adaot muv ^ll^-ente osra la
Novela Matinal. El capitulo fl-
una copa de champaa en ho-
nor de doa Elida C. de Crespo,
quien fu nombrada reciente-
mente por el rgano Ejecutivo
como Embajadora de Panama
a^nte el Gobierno de Mxico^
Entra hoy en un ao ms de
vida nuestro buen amigo Geor-
ge A. MacCrosson, residente en
Rosseau. C." Z. Por tal motivo lo
s&ludamos y le deseamos un c-
mulo de felicidades.
DIA SOCIAL
Enferma
Sufre quebrantos de salud en
su residencia la nia Laura Er-
nestina Quintero. Pronto resi-a-
blecimiento le deseamos.
Llegarn a Panam
sidad de Tulane.
Junto con los cadetes nava-
les vendr un grupo de profe-
sores norteamericanos, cuyos
nombres son los siguientes:
Dr. Edward F. Castetter. De-
cano de la Universidad de Nue-
vo Mxico: doctor Samuel r.
Arnold, de la Brown University,
doctor Tracey E. Strevey. Dera-
no de la Facultad de Artes. Le-
tras v Ciencias de la Universi-
dad del Sur de California: se-
or Ben Euwema, Decano de
Artes Liberales. Colegio de
Pennsylvania; seor Earle r.
Littleton. Presidente del Depar-
tamento de ingeniera General
del Colegio Tufts: doctor Do-
nald R. Mallett. sub-Dlrector de
la Oficina de Asuntos Educati-
vos de la Universidad de Pur-
due: Mr. Alfred B. Sears, presi-
dente del Departamento de His-
toria. Universidad de Oklaho-
ma: Mr. Paul L. Tramp, Dera-
no de la Universidad de Wis-
consin: Mr. Clarence L. Eckel.
Decano del Colegio de Ingenie-
ra, Universidad de Colorado: y
Mr J. B. Jackon, Decano de
la Universidad de Carolina del
E Departamento de Marina
est preparando un programa
para festejar a los visitantes,
el cual ser publicado oportu-
namente.
Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con C0 vtlM de fuen de lu blanca
moderna. Permanece encendida 50
hora* por 1 galn de kerosene Toma
M'i) de AIBI v olamente <" da
KEROSENE. Completamente Rura
no extlot.i ni necesita generador ni
bomba. No produce humo ni mao
olore* Ra tan sencilla que un nlno
puede prenderla Nunca vista en Pa-
nam a Precio tan Balo
por SIO...B/.0.95 .
Tmbim lodoa loa aapDcatoal
Da Vaala en loda la* r'KRRETERIAS
y Ml.'EBI.ERI AS. ,
Distribuidores:
WONG CHAN, S. A.
Caln Calle ( y Ave. Balboa
Tel 303.
Paaaaa. Ave Central H
Tel. 2-2087
Advenimientos
Hasta San Luis Potos, Mxi-
co, lugar donde residen, "naje-
mos llegar nuestras .sincera* fe-
licitaciones al seor Vicente P-
riztegui y seora Carmen An-
treve de Arlztegui, por el ^V.z
advenimiento de una primoroi
niita el dia 7 de Agosto.
Felicitamos a los esposos Z-
zimo Guardia y seora Ruolia
Vrela de Guardia por la fclls
i.egada de una linda niita. o-'u
rrido en el Hospital Santo
oms.
Pereci en Cali un
Industrial Chileo
en accidente areo
CALI, Agosto 10 estrellarse en una avioneta ft*
su propiedad en que realizata
un paseo por el Departame.ito
ae Boyac, pereci el industrial
y comerciante chileno don Jur.n
Marchant. residente en Cell
desde hacia varios aos en don-
de haba hecho una considera-
ble fortuna.
Todo parece indicar
co 8aael y el ing. Jos Ramn
Qulzadb visitaron al Presidente
para manifestarle aue el movi-
miento que se haba iniciado
no iba contra su gobierno.
Observadores imparclales In-
dicaban hov. que lo ltimos
suceso* polticos hablan roto
definitivamente al eobierno de
"Concordia Nacional" y que era
muy probable que el lunes pr-
ximo se provocara una crisis
de Gabinete.
Los jubilados
lamento especial. En caso de
nue la Comisin Legislativa
Permanente aoruebe este pro-
yecto de reforma, un gran n-
mero de oer'onas sern bene-
ficiadas, ya que la. Ley actual
no faculta la Caja para ha-
cer prstamos a los pensiona-
dos.
La concurrencia acogi con a-
tuaclones de Anoland Diaz y
Edgar del Este, sus principales
intrprete*.
Un programa intereaanie y
gil aue muy pronto ser el
favorito de la radio-audiencia
nacional, dentro de su gnero,
es el que prximamente saldr
al aire por cuenta de Electro-
gas, ocupando el espacio de laa
11 y 30 de la maana en la
Red. Premios en efectivo, pre-
guntas al pblico, en un pro-
grama de control remoto que se
originar en la esquina ms
discutida de Panama. Su pro-
ductor ser el animador...
Regalos, msica alegre y buen
humor, es la permanente etl-,
queta del programa que el Ron
Libertador presenta todos loa
sbados a las 8 y 30 de la no-
che por los canales de HOA.
Escchelo, porque el "Carru-
sel de la Alegra", nombre del
citado espacio radial, le garan-
tiza buen humor, por largo rato.
Qued inaugurada
ayer la Escuela \
Nal. de Medicina '
En la tarde de ayer .fu so-
lemnemente Inaugurada la Fa-
cultad de Medicina de la uni-
versidad de Panam, acto al
cual asisti el Excmo. 8J- P:e-
sidente de la Repblica n com-
paa de los Ministros de Esta-
do. Asimismo asistieron desta-
cados elementos de la Asocia-
cin Mdica Nacional y los re-
presentantes diplomticos de los
pases amigos acreditados ante
nuestro gobierno.
Despus de la inauguracin
.de la Facultad mencionada el
seor Rector de la Universidad,
doctor Octavio Mndez Pereira,
invit al Presidente de la Rep-
blica para descubrir .Jas Esta-
tuas de "Hacia La Luz" done-,
na por el Rector a la niveis.-
dad. y la del insigne procer a-
merlcano Eloy Alfaro donatia
por la Fundacin Internacional
que lleva su nombre.
Se han presentado
Las peticiones comenzaron a
llenarse el 27 de Julio pasado y
hasta el 8 de Agosto ultimo se
hablan llenado 151 peticiones.
Nueve peticiones han sido ya
rechazadas por constar el gru-
po familiar solamente de 2 per-
sonas, y 22 han sido rechazadas
por constar el grupo familiar de
ms de 6. El resto, o sea. 120
peticiones estaban adecuade -
mente integradas en cuanto a
nmero de miembros en la fa-
milia.
Dos peticiones fueron recha-
zadas porque las entradas de-
claradas son de menos de B.
50.00 mensuales, y 4< peticiones
fueron rechazadas por ser las
entradas totales familiares su-
periores a B. 125.00 mensuales.
Las 103 peticiones restantes
cumplan el requisito estable-
cido de que las eatradas fan.i*
liares estuvieran dentro de los
lmites de B- 50.00 y B. 12500
mensuales.
Solamente 84 de las 151 apli-
caciones han llenado simult-
neamente ambas condicione!-.
Una niita alegra el hoar
del seor Carlos Chlapatto y
seora Guillermina Nez df
Chiapetto El feliz suceso iuvo
lugar en el Hospital G o r a s
Nuestras felicitaciones,
Charlas radiales
El Comit Pro Retiro de Ma-
tas Hernndez del- Club Inte-
ramertcano de Mujeres. Iniciar
una serie de interesantes char-
las radiales a cargo d distin-
guidas personalidades. El tc-
mlnRO 12 a las 8:00.en la Rad'o
Panamericana, la charla estar
a cargo de la seorita Luisita
Aguilera Patino. Seguidamente
cliscertar una alumna de la U-
niversldad de Panam, tra*.a-
Judora social del Retiro, quer.
explicar la labor social que se,
lieva a cabo en esta Institucin.
La seora Teresa Lpez de Va-
l arlno dictar la charla del lu-
nes 13 a las 8:00 p.m. en la Ka-
dio Mlramar. Es de admirar 1*.
gran labor que ha realizado y
sigue realizando este gruo re
damas en beneficio del Retiro
de Matas Hernndez-
ola usos las palabras del G- neamrme biuio mana V*'?*''
rente, manifestando la mayora Llama la atencin el heho
de ellos su como'acenda en de q' 4 peticionarlos han deca -
____a. l. --flrl^, ma ateto.__...____-__ jA ^. A* a Iflil P.ft
cuanto a la medida que est-
blece un mnimo de B. 80 (10
mensuales uara un gran nume-
ro de pensionado* que reciban
sumas irrisorias, cuando en
cambio la cantidad oue ahora
recibirn ser calculada con
una base minima de B. 1.00 dia-
1 Gerente de la Caja de
Se'^rn Soc'al, Licenciado Ma-
nuel Sols P hablar esta no-
che por lo micrfonos de la
Rpd'o Parifico en el radio-pe-
ridico El E*"e'-''dr>' nue di-
rige don Franklin Ouerinl.
rado rentas de ms de B. 300 00
mensuales y de que 10 peticio-
narios han declarado rentas da
ms de B. 200.00.
El Banco de Urbanizacin es-
t preparando planos para su-
ministrar otro tipo de vivienda
a aquellos peticionarlos cuyas
familias son excesivamente nu-
merosas o tienen un nivel eco-
nmico propio a un tipo de vi-
vienda superior al de las 100
cosas ya construidas en la men-
cionada Urbanizacin de Juan
Daz No. 1-
CEMENTO BLANCO
CAL AMERICANA
Ricardo A. Mir, S.A.
Calle 16 Este *4
Tels. 2-3335 2-2988
Sube a precios
aumento que ha sido efectivo no
obstante las protestas de los con-
sumidores de papel peridico en
los Estados Unidos, principal
mercado del Canad. Pero este
aumento de papel est limitado
a los clientes viejos de los fabri-
cantes que mantienen cuotas li-
mitadas por contrato con los fa-
bricantes.
Para la Amrica Latina la si-
tuacin es an ms critica por-
que la conferencia naviera auto-
riz el mes pasado un aumento
en las tarifas martimas al sur
de los Estados Unidos.
Aniversario de Matrimonie
Felicitamos cordialmente al
seor Olmedo Alfaro y seuia
Marcela P, de Alfaro. qular.es
cumnlen en esta fecha aos de
casados.
Cumpleaos de hoy
8ra. Gloria Carbone de de la
Guardia
Sra. Luz Margarita Morales de
Illueca
doctor Alberto Navairo
seor Fernando Eleta
8rta. Ida Graciela Tarta
nio John Allan Bennett
Novey
nio Mark McGrath Moreno
nia Gabriela Victoria Maher
Barrios
Cumpleaos de maana
nias Nannette y Vllma Juy-
nes Poyl
8. E. el Embajador de Mexico
en Panam, brindar el proxi-
mo mircoles a la* 12 del ala
Proteja sus ropas
contra los
insectos dainos!
Use
En o*
INSECTICIDA ENOZ
ESPECIAL PARA "CLOSETS"
ROPEROS Y BALES! ,
PDALO EN LAS
MEJORES TIENDAS!
PARTES y ACCESORIOS
CENUINOS
PARA
Jeeps
ca. cyrnos, s.a.
Ttl. 2-1790


VIERNES, AGOSTO 1, 1951
O. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEN
... ...
PAGINA SIETE
SOCIALES DE COLON
Por JUDITH BERTONCINI
Apartado 4M Apartado MM
Felicitacin
En el da de ayer celebr suf
natales la seorita Lilla Lelg-
nadler. A tan muchas felicita-
ciones que haya recibido con tal
motivo, unimos las nuestras
muy cordiales.
Aniversario de matrimonio
El hogar del seor don Aure-
lio Lpez W. y seora doa
Cristina de Lpez, celebr ayer
un ao ms de unin matri-
monial. Que celebre muchos
ms son nuestros mejores de-
seos.
Compromiso Olaciregul-Mena
Los bocadillos
saben mejor
con estas
SALTINAS
extra finas 1
Una libra
SALTINAS
EXUA LA LATA ROJO Y BLANCO
El sbado cuatro de los co-
rrientes se efectu en la ciu-
dad de Panam el compromiso
matrimonial de la seorita Ro-
sa Eneida Olaclregui y el seor
Abdlel E. Mena.
Nuestras felicitaciones a esta
nueva pareja.
Cumpleaos de hoy
El seor don Heracllo Guar-
dia se ver muy felicitado por
sus numerosos amigos. Por es-
te medio le hacemos llegar las
nuestras.
Tambin cumple aos hoy el
seor don Rafael M. Aroseme-
na. Sea ello motivo para en-
viarle un cordial saludo de fe-
llcitacln.
Baile de Inauguracin
La Unin de Locutores de Co-
ln ofrece un reglo baile de
inauguracin el sbado 18 de
agosto en los amplios y venti-
lados salones del Jardn Mo-
naco. Amenizar este festival
bailable la orquesta Nueva Ideal
con sus cantantes Humberto
Mier. Luis Alarcn y Jos Sla-
ter La cuota para caballeros
sera solamente de B. 1.25, da-
mas cortesa.
BECKER
Para los rinos y vejiga
Tome l" Pildora de Becker par M
dcaarrazlot de I* uretra, rlflonn y vell-
Ei. TAmtlan con devocin v romtanrla.
6mpr<-lai en an botica. Acurdese del
nombre: Pildora de Becker para rlnone
y vejlfa. __
Las Naciones Unidas anuncian
plan para instruccin de los
funcionarios latinoamericanos
Se han fijado acuerdos de ayuda tcnica con 45
gobiernos proporcionndoles los servicios de
745 peritos en distintas materias
GINEBRA, Agosto 10 (UP)U
Junta de Asistencia Tcnica de
las Naciones Unidas anunci que
tiene en proyecto reallaar un
curso de Instruccin en Santia-
go de Chile para la preparacin
tcnica de funcionarlos de los
Gobiernos Latinoamericanos.
En un informe enviado al Con-
sejo Econmico Social la Junta
anunci que el curso en San-
tiago tendr por fin preparar a
los-funcionarios para que pue-
dan efectuar con mayor grado
de eficiencia estudios sobre el
desarrollo econmico de sus pa-
ses. De ste modo estarn tv.
mejor posicin para utilizar la
ayuda tcnica Internacional lns-
tuir a personal del pals y pre-
parar peticiones para emprsti-
tos de fomento-
El informe dice que ya se han
firmado acuerdos de ayuda tc-
nica con *5 doblemos, propor-
cionndoles los servicios de 741
peritos en distintas materias.
Venezuela reformar la ley
de aranceles para facilitar
el comercio con los EE. UU.
La economa de los
E.U. est ajustada
a sus necesidades
GINEBRA, Agosto 10 (USIPi
Los Estados Unidos estn a-
justando rpida y efectivamen-
te su economa a las necesida-
des de la defensa del mundo
Ubre en presencia de la agre-
sin comunista, segn ha de-
clarado Isador Lubin, represen-
tante de dicho pais en la 13a.
Reunin del Consejo Econmico
y Social.
El seor Lubin, al informar
acerca de las medidas tomadas
para hacerle frente a la in-
flacin, produccin y escasez de
materiales, dijo: "Estamos con-
vencidos de que la equitativa
distribucin de las cargas y
sacrificios es de alta Importan-
cia para la obtencin del ob-
jetivo general del fortaleci-
miento econmico y moral de
los paises Ubres".
La reunin del Consejo Eco-
nmico y Social, que ha de
durar unas siete semanas, se
inici el lunes con un temarlo
que comprende 57 puntos re-
lacionados con los problemas
econmicos y sociales del mun-
do. Se espera que uno de los
puntos principales ser la cues-
tin del desenvolvimiento eco-
nmico de los paises del mun-
do que necesitan ayuda tcnica.
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NUEVA YORK, agosto 10. (UP)
La Asociacin de Comercio e
Industrias de Nueva York infor-
m que ha recibido respuestas
favorables del Gobierno a su pe-
ticin de que se promoviera la
modernizacin de las leyes a-
rancelarlas de Venezuela con el
fin de facilitar el comercio en-
tre los dos paises.
J. Bramhall. Director de la
Divisin de Exportacin de la
Asociacin dijo que el Departa-
mento de Estado, el Departa-
mento de Comercio y la Emba-
jada de Estados Unidos en Ca-
racas se expresaron favorable-
mente pero al mismo tiempo
mostraron dudas de la conve-
niencia de t r a ta r los cambios
sugeridos durante las negocia-
clones para la revisin del tra-
tado reciproco venezolano nor-
teamericano.
La Asociacin habla pedido
que Estados Unidos aplazara la
revisin del tratado hasta con-
seguir la modificacin de cier-
tas regulaciones que tild de an-
ticuadas y perjudiciales al co-
mercio-
Bramhall dijo que aunque las
respuestas recibidas indican que
el Gobierno no favorece la pro-
puesta de ligar la modificacin
de la poltica arancelarla de Ve-
nezuela con la revisin del tra-
tado, el Gobierno no ha llegado
a una decisin firme sobre el a-
sunto.
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Lo polvo Yardley para 1 cara acrecientan la belleza de su
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matices de polvo delicadamente mezclado desde el ms
claro el m obscuro que proporcionarn
a su cara la perfeccin que e merece.
YARDLEY
Complexion Powder
(Ptliiu ptr. U cara;
tuabica FouatUiwa CramaUx Qm. fm. Im Khnl
Liquid Foundaiios Craam (B*M UfWaV)
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PAGINA OCHO
FT. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VIERNES, AGOSTO II, l5l
Comienza Maana El XIV
lomeo Anual Esso De Golf
Participarn ms
de 100 jugadores
Maana se Inicia el VIV Tor-
neo Annul ESSO de Golf en la
cancjia del Club de Panam en
Las Sabanas con la participa-
cin de ms ilc 100 jugadores.
Este, torneo ts abierto y pue-
den participar tocios los golfis-
tas del pas. Los juegos de cla-
sificacin se efectuarn maa-
na .-.abado y el domingo para
clasificar los 74 jugadores que
tengan mejor icorc.
Este erupo se dividir en tres
categoras de acuerdo con la
puntuacin y ]a primera vuelta
del Torneo comenzar entonces
el sbado 19 de Agosto en el
mismo lugar.
Bellos y valiosos premios co-
mo en nor anteriores se ob-
sequiarn a lo.s ganadores y a
los que registren mejor score.
Social Deportiva
Se encuentra de plcemes el
ahogar del Dr. Elias M. Crdova
con el advenimiento de una prc-
eioM nimia, nacida con toda
felicidad en das pasados n el
Ho|ital Santo Toms.
El Dr. Crdova destarado ga-
leno nacional es muy conocido
por las atenciones que ha teni-
do con ios deportistas.
Por este medio le enviamos
nuestras felicitaciones que ha-
cemos extensivas a sn amant-
sima esposa.
Los Yanquis Empataron Ayer El
Primer Lugar y Los Dodgers Se
Colocaron a Doce Juegos y Medio
Servicio d. 1* Prensa Unida
Los Senadores se encargaron
de echar a perder la excelente
actuacin del cubano Julio Mo-
reno que a pesar de haber de-
jado a los Yanquis en cinco
hits, perdi por 4 a 6. Gil Coan
dej caer dos files que dieron
a os Yanquis tres carreras y
adems midi mal otros dos ba-
tazos que puso en bases hom-
bres que ms tarde anotaron.
Cass Michel.-, fu out dos veces
por mal recorrido de bases rom-
piendo asi posibles rachas. De
todas las carreras Yanquis la
nica realmente limpia lu la
de Joe Dlmaggio con su dci-
mo jonrn. Los Yanquis empa-
taron asi en el primer lugar
con los Indios que no jugaron
ayer.
Campaneila decidi en el spti-
mo episodio, el triunfo por S a
5 de los Dodgers contra los -Gi-
gantes. Cuatro lanzadores gi-
gantes y cinco dodgers estable-
cieron un nuevo record ( de ba-
ses por bolas en un desafio en
la Liga Nacional al otorgar un
total de 24. Los Dodgers dieron
15 bases por bolas y los Gigan-
tes nueve. Hasta ahora los Dod-
gers han vencido a los Gigantes
doce veces en los quince encuen
tros que han tenido en esta
temporada. Su triunfo de ayer
los sita a doce juegos y me-
dio de ventaja sobre los Gigan-
tes que ocupan el segundo lu-
gar.

PRONSTICOS
Por ONE-TWO-KID
1FULMINE Carilimpio
2LOLITO Taponazo
3niNA ro Fonseca
4PEPPER IN Cotilln
5(.ORSEWOOD Sandwood
9YETRAVERA Flamenco
7FLACK BULL Purple Spray
8BABY ROI Ariopui?
9CORAGGIO Rose Hip (ell
10CHERIBERIBIN *R. East <> '
11EL INDIO Miranda (e)
Anotando todas sus carreras
en la sexta entrada en que Bill
Jennings dio un triple con dos
en bases, los Carmelitas derro-
taron por 6 a 3 a los Tigres.
Fred Sanford permiti seis hits
a los Tigres y todos sus carre-
i?s. cediendo el puesto en la
sptima entrada sin outs al
matusalnico Satchel Page
quien solo permiti un sencillo
y termin el juego ponchando
al ltimo bateador con las ba-
ses llenas.
Un jonrn con dos en bases
de Walt Dropo permiti a los
Medias Rojas vencer por 5 a 3
para dividir con los Atltlcos
que ganaron en el primero por
8 a 5. Vern Stephens dio un
jonrn en el segundo juego. Ted
Williams lo hizo en el primero.
En la Liga Nacional
En el segundo jonrn de Roy
Con cuatro carreras a ltima
hora los Cachorros derrotaron
por 5 a a los Rojos. En la
novena entrada Howie Fox que
solo habia consentido cinco
hits se debilit y le batearon
sencillos seguidos Burgess, Bob
Ramazzotti y Phil Cavarreta.
El ltimo de estos sencillos em-
puj una carrera.
Mientras tanto los Bravos ven-
cieron por 9 a 4 a los Phillies
apoyados en una gran actua-
cin de 8het Nlcholl en la linea
de fuego y de Sid Gordon al
campo y al bate. Gordon no so-
lo empuj dos carreras sino que
hizo dos magnificas jugadas
atrapando batazos difciles. Ade
ms anot una vez.
%
Para Presupuestos
de Pintura
llame a
Vicente Parada
Pintor Contratista
Avenida Per No. 11
T*l. 1-M72
Movidas resultaron
las cinco peleas
amateurs de anoche
Por DARKINS
Atractivas y movidas resul-
taron las cinco peleas amateurs
que ofreci anoche la Comisin
en el Gimnasio Nacional ante
buena concurrencia.
En un de los ms comenta-
dos y esperados encuentros,
Luis Samuels una verdadera
promesa en el peso welter (145
libras), aument el nmero de
sus victorias consecutivas por
nocaut, al derrotar a Charles
Mclntosh a los 55 segundos del
primer asalto.
El Campen nacional de peso
papel, Beau Jack II, le gan la
decisin al sustituto Jackie
Thompson por decisin. El cam-
p.n trat anoche de Invadir
la categora de peso mosca, pe-
ro su rival pes demasiado, te-
niendo entonces que medirse
con Thompson.
En los otros encuentros Wil-
fredo Johnson se impuso por
decisin a Rubn Otis, quien
debut anoche.
Kiko Mosquera volvi a en-
trar en la lista de ganadores
al derrotar fcilmente a Manuel
Portillo por decisin.
Steven Perry obtuvo la deci-
sin de los tres jueces sobre
Juan Martin, en un encuentro
de cmara lenta.
Como de costumbre, anoche
se regalaron premios tanto a
los boxeadores como al pbli-
co, obsequiando valiosos' obje-
tos; Central 81, Almacn 5 &
10, Cervecera Nacional, Ron
Montezuma, Hawaii, Casa Ar-
mour, La Asociacin Nacional
de Luchadores.
Bello trofeo se
dispulan hoy los'ti1
Ambalo y Peruano
En honor al Ecuador, con mo-
tivo de celebrarse hoy la fecha
clsica del hermano pals, ce
miden en el Estadio Nacional
los equipos de ftbol Ambato y
Panameo-Peruano.
El saque Inicial lo va a dar
el seor Presidente de la Fede-
racin Nacionl d-" "-"- "
te, Don Francisco Ditranl, quien
despus del partido wu..
bello trofeo al equipo ganador.
Jugador del Dep.
Azteca suspendido
por la liga de $. Rita
Sigue la Liga de Baseball de
Santa Rita, con sus decisiones
contra el Club Dep. "Azteca" al
suspender a un jugador de este
equipo despus de finalizada su
sesin reglamentarla del lune.
Para conocimiento general da-
mos a conocer a continuacin
la carta enviada al Presidente
del Club:
Panam 6 de Agosto de 1951.
Seor Presidente del
Club Deportivo Azteca
Presente.
Estimado Seor:
Por la presente notificle que
en sesin de hoy despus de
haberse cerrado, el seor Sil-
vestre Woodruff Jugador de su
Club, fu suspendido por el Fis-
cal de la Liga con dos Juegos.
Como esto lo present la Di-
rectiva en pleno y siguiendo a
misma pplitlca de buen orden,
el presidente sancion al Sr.
Wooddruff con suspender a
dicho Sr. como director del
equipo Azteca Jr., para el resto
de la Temporada.
Sin ms por el momento que-
d de Ud. Atto. y S.8.
Vicente Arosemena,
Secretarlo.
Esta es fiel copla del original
que reposa en los archivos del
Club.
Vctor Mendosa,
Sec. del Club Dep. Azteca.
Termina Maana El Torneo j
Intercolegial De Volibol
I Uceo de Seoritas y el Artes j
ficios pueden coronarse campeones
Notas del Club
Deportivo Pacfico
El Club da el ms sentido
psame al consocio Carlos Ce-
peda, con motivo de la muer-
te de su querida madre, suceso
acaecido en la vecina Rep-
blica de Colombia.
Prximamente, se comunica-
r al pblico simpatizador
nuestro, una explicacin refe-
rente al desastre deportivo de
nuestro equipo representativo
en la. categora de ftbol En
esa explicacin se darn a co-
nocer las causas del mismo y
las sanciones que hemos pedido
a la Liga para con los Jugado-
res que no cumplieron con el
compromiso contrado con no-
sotros.
> &*
Me sirve pora limpiar
I cutis, coma bate
de polvos y para
suavizar las manos.
La Crema HINDS de Miel y Almendras
es realmente la crema completa. Limpia, suaviza
protege la piel, sea de la cara, las manos y hasta las
piernas! sela al acostarse, para limpieza, y durante
el da, como base de polvos. HINDS mantendr siempre
la juvenil tersura Gema, efe, Ttttog, y tmwfaf
IIIIVDS La crema COMPLETA!
Inriavtcida Can lanolina
PRBOCWDA?
pcoebt K0!
Comunicamos a. todos los so-
cios en general, que se ha cam-
biado el dia de sesiones para
los das Jueves, en lugar de los
viernes como se habia estado
efectuando desde hace 15 aos.
Razones poderosas nos han obli
gado a ello.
En el reciente campeonato de
Pool por parejas, resultaron
campeones la pareja Boza-Be-
Jarano, los cuales c; han hecho
acreedores al premio ofrecido y
que les ser entregado en fecha
oportuna.
Actualmente se e. llevando
una reorganizacin Interna en
nuestro Club, y con motivo de
ello, no tendremw representa-
cin en la prxima Serie Panl-
zl y Torre prxima a inaugu-
rarse, por lo tanto hemos dado
libertad a los Jugadores que si
cumplieron en los partidos y
los que no cumplieron se han
hecho -acreedores a sanciones
que har cumplir la Liga de
Ftbol.
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Volleyball Intercolegial
Ciudad de Panam
FEMENINO
Lkeo ................... I
Profesional ......... S I
IPA................ 1 4
Instituto Nacional .. 4
MASCULINO
Artes ..........i... 4 1
Profesional .-....... S t
Instituto Nacional .. $ 2
IPA .................. 5
El equipo del Liceo de Seo-
ritas se coronar campen del
torneo intercolegial de Volley-
ball si logra vencer maana al
de la Escuela Profesional en el
partido que celebrarn en el
Olmnasio Nacional.
Las Licestas que se mantle-
Rea Panamericana
tiene los mejores
'ropramas
nen Invictas en si torneo en 3
presentaciones, mi en tres las
abejltas estn en el segundo lu-
gar a poca distancia de sus
contrarios. En el otro Juego co-
rrespondiente al Calendarlo fe-
menino se enfrentarn el Pan-
americano v Instituto Nacio-
nal.
Con estos juegos finaliza el
calendarlo regular de esta liga.
En el torneo masculino Juga-
rf. el Artes y Oficios y el Insti-
tuto Nacional. En este choque
ambos equipos se Juegan su op-
cin al campeonato. De ganar
los artesanos se coronarn cam
peones, pero si pierden queda-
r empatado el primer lugar.
En el otro partido de este
circuito jugarn lor equipos' re-
presentativos del instituto Pan
americano j de la Escuela Pro-
fesional.
El ftbol nacional tiene oportunidad |
de participar en los J. Bolivarianos
El ftbol nacional tiene opor-
tunidad de participar en los
Juegos Bolivarianos que se rea-
lizarn en Diciembre en Vene-
zuela, de acuerdo ct las con-
versaciones que sostuvieron los
miembros del Comit Nacional
Olmpico en su pasada reunin
Considerando que el Baseball
no podra participar en dichas
competencias, ya que tiene un
importante compromiso que cum
pllr en ciudad de Mxico, jus-
tamente en el mes de Diciem-
bre del presente ao, en rela-
iNo se preocupe! . L
Dentil Kolynos combate
La Crema
..-Jtelaa caries
mi* Hirazmente que los dems
dentifrice*. Kolynos destruye las
bacterias que producen loa cidos
bucales, causa de las caries,
kolynos da brillo a los dientes y
embellece tu sonrisa. Compra
Kolynoj hoy y . 1Uselo todos
K01YN0S KT"
Rinris mas
cin con la XII Serie Mundial;
se manifest entonces que el
ftbol podra realizar ese viaje.
Para el balompi nacional se*
ria una excelente oportunidad
de enfrentarse a oatalogados
equipos, para demostrar su ca-
lidad y talla, y poder corregir
las posiciones dbiles y mejorar
su juego, con el fin de presen-
tarse despus en magnificas
condiciones en el Primer Cam-
peonato Panamericano que ten-
dr lugar en Febrero de 1952
en Santiago de Chile.
NOTICIA SENSACIONAL
suscrbase a nuestro club
I
y recibir un tiquete pira la RIFA de un
CARRO DODGE y adems tendr opcin
a*la RIFA SEMANAL de B .200.00 EN
EFECTIVO. Tambin ofrecemos un tique-
te por cada B 10.00 en efectivo que us-
ted compre o pague.
ADQUIERA por SISTEMA DE CLUB
MUEBLES DE CAOBA por JUEGOS
o por PIEZAS SUELTAS.
COLCHONES, ESPRINES, DIVANES SIMMONS.
BICICLETAS INGLESAS CONDOR.
y mil artculos ms !
ElDiabld
LA CASA DE LOS VIDRIOS T LOS LINLEOS
FACILIDADES DE PAGO SERVICIO A DOMICILIO
Avenida Central 86 CLUB Telfono t-MM
CARRERAS SBADO y DOMINGO
DUPLETAS
la. y 2a. 6a. y 7a.
CARRERAS
ONE-TWO
3a. v 9a.
CARRFRAS
COLON:
Para la comodidad de
nuestra clientela opera-
mos ahora tanto en el
"COPACABANA" como
en el "SAVOY".
EN EL
QUINIELAS
4a. y 8a. CARRERAS
PROHIBIDA LA ENTRADA
DE MENORES AL HIPDROMO
EVENTO ESTELAR DEL SBADO
5a. Carrera "B" Importados 64 Fgs.
Premio: B 750.00 Pool Cierra: 2:55 p.m.
J. SANDWOOD..............K. Flores 110
2. GRIS.................... A. Soto 110
3. GORSEWOOD............C. Iglesias 116
4. SILVER DOMINO..........O. Chanis 110
5. FAIR CHANCE............. J. Rui* 113
6. MONTIELITO............G. Sanche 111
EVENTOS PRINCIPALES
5a. Carrera "C" Importados SVz Fgs.
Premio: B/ 650.00 Pool Cierra: 2:55 p.m.
1. MICROBIO...............E. Silvera 112
2. NEWMINSTER............B. Moreno 120
3. PARAGON................. J. Rui 111
4. ALTO ALEGRE...........V. Castillo 112
5. PAMPHLET..............O. Chanu 112
6. CHACABUCO .............. M. Hurley 110
PARA EL DOMINGO
7a. Carrera "A" Importados 7 Fgs.
Premio: B/ 1,000.00 Pool Gerra: 4:05 p.m.
SEGUNDA CARRERA DE LA DPLETA
1. PINARD.................O. Chanis 118
2. ROYAL COUP.............V. Oruga 121
3. FULL..................J. Baeaa Jr. 105x
4. WELSH LOCH.............R. Y coma HOx
5. RATHL1N LIGHT......./. Samaniego 116
6. PHOEBUS APOLLO........B. Moreno 113
7. DICTADOR................A. Soto 110


VIERNES, AGOSTO 10, 1M1
14 PANAMA AMERICA DIAJUO EVDEPENDIENT
fAGINE nVKfm
Recibieron sus credenciales les andadores de baseball
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
Universidad vs IPA
Chocan Hoy En Ftbol
o O o
Lucido y satisfactorio result
anoche el acto de graduacin
del Cuno para Andadores de
Baseball en el Aula Mxima de
la Escuela Manuel J. Hurtado,
desarrollndose completamente
el programa acordado y cum-
pliendo todo* lot oradores su
cometido; y .en estas vistas
ofrecemos dos aspectos del acto
en una el grupo de loa 2$ gra-
duandos destacndose en el
centro sentados) de. izquierdas
derecha) Arturo :llueca, de n
Federacin de Baseball; seor
Grimaldo Crdoba profesor del
Curso Joaqun Ortega, Orga-
niador del Curso.
En la otra fotografa una
vista general, mientras el di-
rector del plantel, Prof. E. Julio
se diriga a la concurrencia y
presidiendo el acto estn los se-
ores Ortega, T. Cupas, Lie.
Roy, A. Mueca, Gomes de Cas-
tro, A. Carrillo y el Profesor G.
Crdoba.
Los equipos le ftbol de "la
Universidad Nacional y del Ins-
tituto Panamericano protagoni-
zarn esta noche un comenta-
do y esperado encuentro en el
cuadro de Santa Rita, comen-
zando a las 1 y 30.
Ambos equipos han practica-
do satisfactoriamente y se pro-
nstica un cotejo reidsimo.
Este encuentro ha sido dedi-
cado al seor Cnsul General
de El Salvador, Don Benjamn
R. Castro y cama invitado de
honor asistir el seor Secre-
tario de la Legacin de Nica-
ragua, don Jos Sabino Arella-
na.
El entusiasta deportista Ol-
medo Goll donar una medalla
al seor Cnsul de El Salvador.
Se enviaron las invitaciones para el
VI Campeonato NaL de basketball y
ya Los Santos contest aceptando
Por BETO TEJADA
Gran entusiasmo reina en
Veraguas por la celebracin del
Vi Torneo Nacional de Basket-
ball Menor, que tendr como
Sede Santiago de Veraguas a
mediados del mes de Septiem-
bre.
Las invitaciones para tomar
parte en este Campeonato fue-
ron enviadas y la Provincia de
Los Santos ha sido la primera
esa,
en aceptar para tomar parte.
Panam tambin recibi la
invitacin pero an no se ha
contestado si los 'Campeones"
de 1950 tomarn parte este ano.
Diferentes comisiones han sido
nombradas ya para este Impor-
tante certamen y se espera que
de un momento a otro todas
las Provincias contesten su
aceptacin para participar en
el Campeonato.
BOLICHE
Por CHIRCA
El martes se reuni la Comi-
sin Nacional de Boliche y co-
menz a laborar en pro del de-
porte, nombrando una Comisin
encargada de presentar un pro-
yecto de estatutos para la orga-
nizacin, se acord enviar a to-
dos loa comisionados que no
asistieron a la sesin, una carta
solicitndole su presencia a la
prxima reunin, o si considera
que na puede continuar labo-
rando, que presente bu renun-
cia.
A continuacin damos los re-
cords .de promedios en torneos
consecutivas del ABC.
Joe Wliman-, de Berway, IJl
1942 y 1946 18 juegos con pro-
medio de 219.09.
Herb Lange, Watertown, Wls.
1922/24 27 Juegos con promedio
214.07.
Joe Boats, Cleveland 1926/35
90 juegos con promedio de
205.76.
Personas que han hecho dos
lneas de 300 en un solo Juego:
Enero 16 de 1931
Jack Aimer 300 227 300 Tot. 827
Abril 12 de 1937.
Carley Daw 300 201 300 Tot. 801
Febrero 17 de 1944
H. Marino 300 232 300 Tot. 832
.El Delegado de ChirlquI en la
Federacin de Basketball, tiene
un proyecto para someter a la
consideracin de la Junta y es
que Panam y Coln, sean re-
presentadas en los campeonatos
nacionales por los equipos Cam-
peones. Nosotros no estamos
de acuerdo con esa mocin, ya
que viene nica y exclusiva-
mente a favorecer a la Provin-
cia del Federado Mario de
Obaldia. Por la prensa conoc
la Pre-seieccln de Chirlqui, y
en ella existen unidades que en
nuestra capital serian conside-
radas como de categora mayor.
SI el proyecto es aprobado, de-
bera ser que fuera el equipo
Campen, pero con refuerso de
tres unidades que fueran esco-
gidas por la Liga de Panam y
Coln.En el Campeonato pa-
sado en Chltr notamos el ade-
lanto de los pueblos del Inte-
rior, y creemos que este ano
Panam y Coln tendrn que
jugar mucho para ganarse a
algunas Provincias del Interior.
Todo canastero de nuestra Liga
Menor aspira con Justa razn
a descollar y formar parte del
Seleccionado Nacional, y ai aho-
ra la Federacin se propone
restarle ese inters a los canas-
teros ser mejor que se olviden
del basketball menor.Tambin
queremos recordar al Federado
de Chirlqui, que la Federacin
aprob un proyecto en el eual
Jugadores que hayan tomado
parte en ms de 4 Campeona-
tos Nacionales no podrn vol-
verlo a hacer, y en la nmina
del Pre-Seleccionado de Chirl-
qui estn varios, entre los cua-
les recordamos a Pao Rodr-
guez, Too Palacios, Almengor,
Pierce y otros.Esta regla fu
violada el ao pasado en Chl-
tr y pedimos se tome carta
en este asunto.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos
hpicos para maana:
loCarilimpio, se vl la se-
mana pasada, Fulmine, no se
impresione por el nombre; 2o
Lollto, el tiro'le va a gustar,
Batn, enemigo de cuidado; 3a
Rlna Roy, tan buena como la
Baby, Don Joaqun estar en el
one-two; 4aHob Nob (e) la
entrada es robo, Alllnoms, por
el tiro puede; 5aSand wood,
sino lo retiran los masacra,
Gorsewood, en el disco pierde;
6aFlamenco, para golpe esta
bueno, Tetravera, cuando venga
ser tarde; 7aBlack Bull, sin
Aguirre quizas, Ranchopaja, tie
ne mucha opcin; 8aGlory's
Ace, lo mejorclto del lote. Na-
vajo Trail, para place ,esta bue-
no; 9aOoragglo, repite su
triunfo, Pincel na. pintar a
nadie; loaCherlbarlbin, le to-
c la suma, Mimo, ojo eon ste;
HaMiranda (e) debe estafar,
Campesino, el buchi tiene fibra
para ganrselos.
El Baseball De Santa Rita Presenta
Mna. Cuatro Interesantes Partidos
GUIA de HOTELES en los ESTADOS UNIDOS
NEW YORK CITY. NIW YORK
HOTEL PICCADILLY, 7 w. u at m
Time fiquer Cere 'tal Rockefeller Can-
tar, te trot jr tienda.* principal? Con-
venient* todo* loa medio da traneporta.
Hdaal moderno, 00 euartoa. todos oon b*-
fio 7 radio. Television. Dtp to Espaol
Kxrclant* reataqranta an al Hotal. Ooffaa
nop pera desayunar; para (muerto, co-
mida, cana y Cocktail Boor, al famoao
PICCAOIX.LT CIRCUS LOUIfOB oon tan
trio da artista* excepcionales
HOTEL BRETTON HALL, Broadway
A 16 St Bien mueblado. Bubtevrtneo v 6m-
nlbui. al pli 6>t Hotel. Convenante laa
Nacin*. Unldaa Cuarto* con bao, una par-
lona. deaBe UBI... . OSM. TuAlan apio.,
coa cocina. Cabla "Bratonal Ha Tora".
THE BUTTON HOTEL, mi Mat
Carca a laa rtactonaa Unldaa. Tranquilo.
moderno. Cocina clente, 'radio, tattvlaldn,
aira acondicionado. Placlna tralla. BanelUoa
daada Data SO. Aptoa. deede t'8ll of. Pra-
do, eemanajee 7 menaualaa. eapealatte. Ba
habla acpaftol. Cabla "Snttnnotel".
HOTEL HENRY HUDSON, tu w.
8t. carea da Tunea Baara. Conveniente
para tate tcrmlnalee. traneportea. dleer-
alooee. tienda*. 3a Are 1200 coarto* con
bao. Sencillo* deade It 00. doble, daada
17*0. TclerUlon. Ba habla aapanol
MIAMI, FLORIDA
BELFORT HOTEL, .1.1*101.
trunienta toado. Todo* laa euartoa coa
bao, telfono, radio J airo acondicionado.
Televlaloa. laerlba para re*ai lacloaa*.
HOTEL DIXIE, m . 11 n ho-
tel anta moderno en al diatriba da Tune*
tuar*. Todo* cuarto* con bao, ducha.
radio. SenelUoe daada IIH Dobla* daa-
da t5 00. Baertba para raaarvaelonee a
folleto. Spenlih American Dapt.
VILLA DTESTE HOTEL, iir.r un
t Calla I Cntrico. Maanlflce atando, al
ajero Ambienta latino-americano.
RITZ HOTEL, nata
da Miami, cerra da la
lea. 8* habla aapanol.
at. Ba el coreada
tienda* prlnrtpa-
HOTEL GOVERNOR CLINTON,
franU a Pennevlvenla Station, en el eo-
rain da laa aecclonea teatral** j aompraa
1344 habitacin** con baso privado, radio.
atrae corriente helada, SaTRVIDOR. Precio*
deade IIH . t HO aartrael atoplaadoe de
habla emanla I* atendern paraonalmenu
HOTEL ROBERT FULTON, m
71 St. Tranqallo, familiar. Bafloa privado*,
cocinea, 14 una peroca. Id doe peraonaa.
Aptoa. de 1. a y 3 euartoa. Oran deecuento
por inr.mii o majea. Departamento arpo-
no! a cargo de Sr. Mariano Porto*! Cabla-
frailar ITTLTOrlaX. Te*. TU 1-1000.
HOTEL COLUMBIA, n w .< at n
coreada de Tunee Snare. Radio Cltr, a*.
Ave. Bencliioe |l. Dobla, ear. bario por a-
men* SPaCTAL 111. Oratla. aacrlba por
OBI da Upara Torn. Be habla eapeAel.
HOTELKMTIRE, imn,.oat i
ana cuadra de! Tarase Central, carea di
la Quinta Avenida centro da romera*
Maanlflce* habitacin** amueblada*. Dea-
de O Id coa, ba*>.
RIO APT. HOTEL, mat
carca del MaDICAI. CU 1 IJl. BB el
tro da la colonia hlapana. Apto*, da
cuarto* con cocinilla r haae arreado.
II. Doe 41
eapaclalae
HOTEL
Broad..7 a T mlautoa da laa anaalpaJa*
III. teatro. Oranlbu. a la avert*. BaM-
tirluai oon balo privado: 1 laram tija.
4.00. De* 15-1 Apaitaaaenlea pan I d 4.
na eoclBUI* |T-e. Wableean* eepaaVaL
HOTEL KNICKERBOCKER, i w
4i Bt. ostra Ara. da laa Aaaarlcaa j Braea-
war. Bn el earasOn da Tima* Sanara.
RoeaefeUrr Cantar. Hondee v Uatroa *ne-
ctpale*. 400 coarte* ana radia j baflo
privado. TelevHln opeloruil Bancllloa B
13 10 Dobla* DB IS M Frmanoste, pro-
ejo eepeclal. Cafetera. Rrataoranu i Coci-
aUl Louna* a au aarvtele. Se habla eapar.1
HOTEL VANDERNLT, putiv.au
04. Locallaado an el centro ae la dudad.
Cuatro eomedorea famoeoe. Cuarto* con ba-
o p radia: aeaanca deade II Dtate deade
|7 SO Tambin apartamiento* para lamilla*
Mucho* oon aire acondicionado.
HOTEL ST ANDISH HALL, is w n
Bt. recomendado por AA*. Jarato al Parque
Central, a 10 mnale* a Tima* Ba. Apta*.
bellamente laanabladoa do 1. 1. I v < cuar-
to* coa eoctna completa, comeder Influida.
II Preda* eeraaaoleo j aianoatlet ea-
Bervlclo eampleto de frotal
HOTEL GREAT NORTHERN, ni w.
17 Bt. Core* del Parque Central, teatro*,
vlai de aumunleaelB J comercie en to-
neral. Cuartoe moderno! eon baflo privado
Apartamiento* oon kltchanettee. a preeloe
erado* par laa. BaoaailllBa aaanaua-
Atractlve eomader Cocktail Launae
Ueste oacln* r Itoinstl da habla ea-
paflo!. Para reeervadceiee Cabla: )*OBTa-
atOTBL" Mear Tova
HOTEL PARAMOUNT. a bssm *
anvaj. e* al ntaal* de Tkmaa Sanare. SI
laablanta etrartl-
r a*** aartlosjar, radio rraua v
trae v tlanda* pruvelpalm.
eereulaat* ir
Pt* de taa-
aal aeaao eub-
HOTEL DALLAS PARK, ni a. i. ird
a*. A do* eaadraa de tienda*? teatro* Sen-
cillo. US 16, deblce II. Apartamiento! **,
eeelna y aorvlcio DB II a DB 114.
EL NUEVO CORTEZ, sata at oorree.
nebiteclonae eon all* acondicionado. II j
I. Bailo privad*. Be habla eepadol.
HOTEL LEAMINGTON, torn b im
sK.. aantro 4a Miami Frente oficinas Ll-
naaa Areas y Omnibus. Sa habla aapanol.
MIAMI COLONIAL HOTEn.Bucvn.
Blvd. a m I Bt.. adianto al terminal e-
r*a aantral. Airo aeondlrWiaddo apdooal.
STRAND HOTEL,* n. **d st. cena
raatauraflUe latino*, olIdnaa.linea* airea*.
Omnlbua Precio* reducido!, peraonal latino.
ALHAMBRA HOTEL, ni s. tnd at
BB al centro da Miami. Moderno j camo-
do. Tarifa eepeclal pare latino emerteaaoe.
HOTEL ROBERTS, w.
al aeraioa da Miami. Praelee
. Plaavarat e*
110 OBartoa aa baflo
TUTTLE HOTEL,
APU-
. liaa.B.atkBt.laa-
da I t t auarUa an el aera-
da BUIr *
oaaeUlae deed* DB|l M
DSII 0* Beetaurantea aea aira aaiaadli la
nada. Cabaa: "Parotel Bear Tark".
FOREST HILLS INN,
ana. hi. .T Un*
m,*cr*Bt
deumoa* p
RinaOer.
II mtoulo. de BMeva Tark par
tren, enterar a tan. rnieatre Itmeaiatne te
vnaepartaj* raUltamanU daada al aere-
paerto. Coarte eapaaloeoe. iiilleaaal raa.
taarantoa. otesanU eabeotte.------nal daa-
da II. deklee dead* IT Para
taaaerafla
Clt.
130 1
HOTEL
Bt. Tima* Ba
teatro* i canuca da deporta, ae* cuarto.
a*a baflo v radia. Televtelon emiliiiU Baa-
cllloa dead 13 M. doblea deade 14 M. Paaa
lotletoa
ST. MORITZ,
Vark Beata. ~
Ttv-. BPMBMri HstbIm b I .
Cd*rarn oU N. T.
SAN CARLOS HOTEL, is* a. * m.
(n al oaatro da! eleaaau Baal Side a dea
minuto* de I* Cal adral Ba* Patrela, aer-
ea de laa Bi alia ii Oalda, rleaepi auanvo-
tee t ernbea Apto* lunlliul da 1 7 3
cuartee eon eeaenini r nefrvrerede. Oreal-
dao armalliel Predio deade M. kea*a 114.
CENTURY HOTEL ni w. aa st a*
el mua da Taem Basara. I* fama de
MOTIL SANATORIO. MIAMI. FIA.
MIAMI BATTLE
Part vnar. Miami Baria**. E Baadbort* aula
Brande a* Mlaaal pare rape** p Hen-
il HI.I de a aakid Toda Mil Mi bale n-
parvlalCB medie. Baarlba pleiead. Ufermaa.
MIAMI EACH. FLORIDA
LA NUEVA JOHNTNA. Pr-t. t *,.
TI Bt. di Colima. Aire iponeiclrmcdc. Plepa
1. Pledna. Caektatl timan. Beata*-
II e mt* por pereoaa. naart para t.
HOTEL CADILLAC, am
tallada. Abra aeendl-
Preat* a] mar. piara |
PlIBlil redueldee aa
Calila* Ave
SOVEREIGN HOTEL, 44 St- treat, ,1
eaaano Piada* r piare privad*. Aire acon-
lliailr Doblee deade DB 4
WOFFORD BEACH HOTEL,
Oaaaa Proal ea alara pnred aTS
^aB "Uea, Oeraata
tdtBF
TWIN MOUWTAIN. N. H.
TWIN MOUNTAIN HOTELT
MoonUln. KM. BB al eantr da laa
au cesta*, pub B>-
Uno de Un mayores
adelanto
HIGIENE'NTIMA
DE LA MUJER
Ahora uited puede benefi-
eiona da horas nlsras ds
medicacin continua.
Tin importante) para la pul
critud, la felicidad t la salud
de la mujer es la higiene
femenina bien entendida I Y
hora resulta tan fcilcon
loa nuevos Supositorios Zonkor I
1. Los Zonitors son ntidos su-
positorios vaginales blan-
cos como la leche, libres de
grasa y qUe no manchan.
Mis fciles de aplicar, ms
pulcros, ms cmodos.
2. Tienen una potente accin
germicida j desodorante
pero a pesar de ello no per-
judicaa los tejidos ms deli-
cados. A'o irritan, no ten
txicos, no producen ardor.
3. Una ves insertados, eomien-
ssa en seguida a liberar
su poderoso principio ger-
micida j desodorante. Peto
no se derriten en seguida.
i. Los Zonitors estn especial'
mente preparados para la
medicacin continua, que
siguen generando horas en-
teras. Con todo ello no
dejan residuo pegajoso.
5. Loa Zonit-ra destruyen ins-
tantneamente los grmenes
con que se ponen en co-
udo. De renta en toda las
boticas.
Se efectuarn dos
en el Estadio Nal.
y dos en Barraza
El Circuito Menor de la Liga
de Baseball de Santa Rita pre-
sentar maana 4 juegos, dos
n el Estadio Olmpico y los
otros en Barraza, comenzando
a la 1.00 p.m. y con duracin
de 7 actos cada uno.
El doble encuentro del Esta-
dio correr a cargo de los Dra-
gones Jr. quienes se miden en
el primer encuentro contra la
Barriada, el equipo de las sor-
presas, que puede vencer a los
Dragones chicos en cualquier
descuido, y el segundo contra
el Granillo Jr. que est reac-
cionando fuertemente gracias.a
sus ltimos refuerzos, trataran
tambin de vencer a los Drago-
nes Jr. para Ir alejndose del
stano poco a poco; por otra
parte Casteedas Moreno, nos
manifest que har lo posible
por asegurarse el doble y dis-
tanciarse ms en el comando.
La barriada confiar los envos
a F. Tapia quien rivalizar con
M. Chelqn Cordn, y ei Gra-
nillo Jr. a L. Diaz quien encon-
trar fuerte oposicin en el
brazo derecho de J. Prez.
En el doble de Barraza, to-
man su turno en el primer jue-
go Azteca Jr. y Scarlets y c.
Eleta vs 3. Granate cierran la
jornada.
Los lhdloi menores que gra-
das a una buena direccin han
conquistado sus ltimos tres
triunfos, Invadirn el cuadro
con miras e asestar una nueva
derrota al Scarlets que marcha
en segunda posicin, el Eleta
que ha venido descendiendo
gradualmente no constituye pe-
ligro para los Joyeros del Gra-
nate, ambas novenas lucen pa-
rejas, para su juego de maa-
na. La direccin de los Indios
menores no se ha decidido por
Sandwood, Gorsewood y Silver
Domin En Gran Duelo Maana
Por RDEME
Un gran cotejo para los ejem-
plares de la clase "B" se cele-
brar maana en el Hipdromo
Nacional, sobre una distancia
de 1300 metros y por un premio
de B.750.00.
Esta carrera que rene a va-
rios de los ms destacados ejem
piares que actualmente compi-
ten en la vieja pista sabanera,
debe resultar muy reida dada
la calidad de los competidores.
Reaparece aqu el caballo del
pueblo Sandwood que ser con-
ducido en esta ocasin por el
jinete K. Flores. Sandwood co-
mo se sabe ser vendido a un
rico turfman de Venezuela y
quizs sea est su ltima ac-
tuacin en nuestra pista. En
esta ocasin Sandwood tendr
que extenderse a fondo para
vencer a Gorsewood y Fair
Chance. Tambin tienen mag-
nifica oportunidad Gris, Sil-
ver Domin y Montlellto cuyos
trabajos en la pista en esta se-
mana los acreditan con opcin
para lograr el triunfo.
En otra de las pruebas este-
lares se presentan los ejempla-
res de la clase "D" sobre un
tiro de 1400 metros. Competi-
rn aqu: Curaca. Marlscallto,
Riding East, The Dauber. Che-
rlberlbn, Mmo y Wild Wire.
sus lanzadores U. Alvarez, A.
G. Grimas Jr. o R. Orillac Jr.
para abrir frente a los del
8carlets, stos han anunciado
a G Gibbs, el Eleta y los Joye-
ros tienen en secreto el nom-
bre de sus lanzadores.
El director de la Liga Toms
Muoz T. comunica a todos los
Jugadores de los equipos que
Juegan maana que deben estar
presentes en el cuadro media
hora antes de iniciarse los jue-
gos, para que puedan practicar
el cuadro y bate.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos:
En la primer., carrera nues-
tro escogido es Fulmine. Para
el segundo puesto Villarreal.
En la segunda carrera, Gol-
den Tip debe imponerse. Protn
es peligroso.
En la tercera carrera Rlna
Roy es un robo. Risita para el
segundo lugar.
Eb la cuarta carrera, Allino-
ms es nuestro dato. Alabarda
tiene mucha opcin.
En la quinta carrera, Gorse-
wood debe ganar. Sandwood es
el enemigo.
En la sexta carrera. Tetrave-
rr. es nuestro escogido. Fla-
menco puede sorprender.
En la sptima carrera, Black
Bull se destaca. Ranchopaja es
de cuidado.
En la octava carrera, Glory's
Ace defender nuestro prons-
tico. Baby Rol tiene mucho
chance tambin.
En la novena carrera,' la en-
trada Rose Hlp-Montmartre es
una fija. Pincel es peligroso.
En la dcima carrera Riding
East es nuestro escogido. Che-
rlberlbn es el principal con-
tendor.
En la undcima carrera. Sin-
gapore es el indicado. Miranda
puede sorprender.
Social Deportiva
DE DUELO EL DEPORTISTA
CARLOS A. CEPEDA
Se encuentra de duelo el en-
tusiasta deportista Carlos A.
Cepeda, por la muerte de su se-
ora madre, doa Ana Barraza
de Cepeda, ocurrida anteayer
en Colombia.
El amigo Cepeda es miembro
del C. D. Pacifico y un luchador
del ftbol; al registrar este
triste suceso le enviamos nues-
tro ms sentido psame.
Figura un Chandler
entre candidatos a
Comisionado de base
NUEVA YORK, Agosto 10 (UP)
Chandler figura en la lista dt
candidatos para el cargo de Co-
misionado de Bisbol que loa
dueos de novenas considera*
ron ayer.
No se trata empero del des-
tituido comisionado A. B. Chan-
dler sino de un tal T. E. Chan-
dler.
Del Webb, condueo de loa
Yanquis y Presidente de la Co-
misin selecclonadora de candi-
datos dijo sin embargo que na-
die sabe quien es T. E. Chan-
dler ni como se incluy su
nombre en la lista.
Los jugadores del '11'
Ibrico jugarn con
otro nombre <
El conjunto de ftbol Ibri-
co, no se disolver de acuerdo
con declaraciones de un desta-
cado miembro de dicho equipo,
pero como no participar en la
prxima serle de ftbol mayor
capitalino por decisin del Club,
sus Jugadores para continuar
activos y mantenerse en condi-
ciones, actuarn en la prxima
competencia con el nombre de
Juventud Centroamericana.
Con este motivo tienen eeta
noche a las 7 y 30 una reunin
en el lugar de costumbre, y se
pide la puntual asistencia de
todos.
con Vtate
tmr'c*
Rejuvenecemos las llantas viejas!

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sin novedad, por ms tiempocuando emplea Vd. el servicio Goodyear
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Y es que ese servicio corroborado por el tiempo "cura sus llantas enfermas"
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VERNES. AGOSTO VI. MM
Bit
' li


rertdfi
tta
tde hojas
tiernas
i "Tender Leaf quiere de-
eit "Hojas Tiernas". A
esta regia seleccin de
hojas se debe la exquisi-
tez supremo de este te',
su concentracin ideal,
ni muy suave ni muy
fuerte. Simplemente
delicioso!
Pida en as buenas tien-
das "TENDER LEAF".
De venta en paquetes o
en bol sit as filtrantes.
Reidos Partidos Se Presentan
Esta Noche En El Basket Menor
BASKETBALL DE SEGUNDA
Categora
Provincia de Panam
Circuito Masculino
Grupo
"GRINGO DE LA GUARDIA"
Estado de los Equipos
G
ptica Sosa (x) .8
Pelimex (x) ...... 6
Fuerxa y Lux ... 5
Alemn Jr......4
Cicla ...........4
Eva Pern ......3
*Orin ........... 1
P

2
2
2
3
5
7
pts.
1.000
.760
.714
.667
.571
.375
.125
"CHE VILLALOBOS"
G P Pts.
Bam Jr......... 6 1 .857
Centenario .....6 2 .750
Dep. Eleta ......B 2 .114
Barcelona ......5 2 J14
Pepslcola ....... S 3 .500
Madurito .......2 5 .286
Lefevre .........2 6 .286
Rodelar ........ 2 6 .250
Panamericana .. 1 6 .143
Juegos de esta noche
PANAMERICANA v LEFEVRE
6.45 p.m.
ALEMN Jr. vs F. V LUZ
7.45 p.m.
PEPSICOLA vs BARCELONA
Por BETO TEJADA
Interesantes encuentros ofre-
ce esta noche en el Gimnasio
Nacional, la Liga Provincial de
Basketball en la categora me-
nor. Los Juegos de hoy son:
Panamericana vs Lefevre
6.45 p.m.
Estos dos equipos ofrecen su
ltima presentacin en la con-
tienda, estando ambos elimna-
los de toda posibilidad del de-
recho le ir a la serie final.
Fuerza y Luz vs Alemn Jr.
Este segundo juego, es el cho-
que estelar de la noche en el
cual el Fuerza y Luz, defiende
ante el Alemn Jr. su mayor
opcin al derecho de competir
en la serle por el Campeona-
to. El perdedor de este encuen-
tro quedar prcticamente eli-
minado, mientras que el gana-
dor conservar una opcin a
finalizar.
Barcelona vs Pepslcola
En este desafo Barcelona y
Pepsicola se juegan una inte-
resante carta, en la cual de-
fienden tambin su opcin a
clasificar.
Felipe y Pindl Perdomo son
los arbitros, siendo Cardales y
Soto suplentes.
Lo ms rico en harinas!
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,. '."por su delicada textura y rico sabor es
insuperable para toda repostera.
" Compre un paquete y pruebe las sabro-
u,_1im recetas que trae.
i. .
t ir.t'
PARA MAYOR GARANTA
->! LA REPOSTERA
El Royal entr en el
grupo de vanguardia
con su triunfo de ayer
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Torneo de Bolos
G. P. Pje.
Caf Duran ........9 3 .75f
Morris .............9 3 .75C
Pinocho ........... 5 3 .625
Entrometidcj ......6 6 .50C
Royal ...............6 6 .500
Selecta............4 4 .500
Tropical ...........5 7 .416
ptica Sosa ....... I 7 .416
Taller Sousa ......4 8 .333
Novatos ............. 3 9 .25C
El Flan Royal venci anoche
a los peliculeros del Teatro Tro-
pical por 3 a l para mejorar
su posicin en el Torneo de Bo-
los 'Jantzen" resultando R.
Lombana el mayor anotador
con serle de 524.
La anotacin
la siguiente:
individual fu
FLAN ROVAL
Carcherl
Piad
Lombana
Cowes
McOeachy
Handicap

Icaza
staee
Rene
Rico
Lucy
131 162 158 451
142 \ 142 142 426
179 M54 191 524
137 171 189 497
120 122 150 392
709 751 830 229
16 16 16 48
725 767 846 2338
TEATRorROPICAL
158 131 175 464
150 126- 152 428
140 141 166 447
162 170 127 459
137 161 122 420
747 729 742 2218
a "El Aviso Ooortuno"
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ZULLY MORENO ARTURO DE CORDOVA
CARLOS LOPEZ MOCTEZUMA CHE RETES, en
"MARIA MONTECRISTO" *
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En la Soberbia Produccin Musical
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MISTERIO... TERROR...
INTRIGA...!
Calendario de los
juegos del basket
femenino menor
Por CARLOS E. VELARDE
_ i tu i.ianc a reunin la Li-
ga Independiente menor feme-
nina se aprob el Calendarlo de
juegos el cual damos a conocer
a continuacin.
6b. 11Nehl vs Malta Vigor
Dom. 12T. Sousa vs Electrogas
Sb. 18N?hl vs Taller Sousa
Dom. 19M. Vigor vs Electrogas
Sb. 25Nehl vs Electrogas
Dom. 26 M.Vlgor vs T. Sousa
Sb. 1Nehl vs Malta Vigor
Dom. 2Electrogas vs T. Sousa
8b. 8Nehl vs Taller Sousa
Dom. 9M. Vigor vs Electrogas
Tambin se acord la lista de
arbitros que prestarn sus fun-
ciones en esta Liga: Esteban
Perdomo, Rogelio Garca, Ma-
nuel "Pariente" Cardales y Fe-
lipe Perdomo.
Los juegos de los sbados co-
menzarn a las 7 p.m. y los do-
mingos a las 10 a.m.
Tambin se acord que cada
equipo puede tener 14 jugado-
ras menores de 15 aos. Los- Jue
gos de los domingos costarn 10
centavos la entrada general.
Calendario de los
juegos de ftbol
de Vista Hermosa
AGOSTO 12
9:45 am. Cervecera vs. Eva
Pern
11:15 a.m. Orion vs. Llaurad
1:45 p.m. Chileno vs. Ibrico
3:45 p.m. Juventud vs. Parque
Lefevre.
AGOSTO 19
9:45 am. Lord Chesterfield vs
Arsenal
I5ABELITA SAENZ
EN "EL ENCANTO"
ISABELITA SAENZ
Esta noche se presenta en el
Teatro Encanto en un Interme-
dio del gran Concurso de Mam-
bo la mejor intrprete paname-
a de la msica argentina, Isa-
bella Senz, quien hace su re-
torno al teatro despus de tres
aos. La novia del tango romo
se le conoce en el ambiente ar-
tstico ofrecer al pblico lo me-
jor de su repertorio. Completan
el espectculo, Mara del Car-
men, genial intrprete del fol-
klore espaol.
JULY... Mambista en su pro-
pio estilo, Armando Boxa tiene a
su cargo la responsabilidad musi.
cal y la parte animada a Olindo
Guaragna.
HOY!.
RESORTES : : :
El Primer Bailarn del
Cine.
- en -
BAILE,
MI PW/
con CARLOS VALADS
JOSEFINA DEL MAR
SYLVIA DERBEZ
Con msica en los pies y
ritmo en la sangre... El
Campeonato de Bailes Mo-
dernos!. ..
RED
Panamericana
1090 Kcs
HOY VIERNES
3:30 Don Quakero
dramatlzacin, cortesa de
Avena Quaker
3:45 Cuarteto Mayo
dirige Rene Santos
4:00 Noticiero
cortesa de los almacenes
Pereira
4:15 Dedicatorias
5:15 Carnaval de- Ritmos
La Perfecta de Armando
Boza
5:45 Drcula, El Hombre
Vampiro
dramatizacln RPA
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
por Nacho Vaids
6:15 Canta Johnny Lpez
6:30 Sucesos de la humanidad
dramatizacln
6:45 Sus Canciones Preferidas
cortesa de la floristera
"Valvn"
7:00 Lucho Axcrraia
y su rgano
cortesa del Ron
Carta Vieja
7:15 Lazos de Odia
dramatizacln, cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel
7:30 Pginas de Amor
dramatizacln, cortesa de
El guila Imperial
7:45 La Voz Emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
8:00 El Diario de una Mujer
dramatizacln, cortesa de
almacenes La Aurora
8:15 En Vos Baja
con Anlta VUlalaz
cortesa de la Mueblera
La Europea.
8:30 Variedades musicales
9:00 Mujeres Entre Rejas
dramatizacln, cortesa de
Casa Angelinl
9:15 Los Trovadores
Romnticos
do Galante
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Los Panamericanos
10:15 Francia y su msica
10:30 Dramatizacln BBC
11:00 Buenas noches
MAANA SBADO
A.M.
6:00 Buenos das
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi tierra
7:30 Noticiero
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 La discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los astros
con Antlnea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 Clasificados del aire
10:45 Noticiero
ii:oo El Mundo del Vals
11:15 Mambolandia
11:30 Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
' Suaves como
a seda
PRESINTE
HA V SIGUE EL
v I XITO! DE
La Pelcula Que Apasiona
por., su
Dramatismo!.... Intriga!.
Emocin!... Comicidad! coa
RAFAEL BALEDON
DAVID SILVA
LILIA PRADO
OSCAR PULIDO
Y la Voluptuosidad, de
Los Bailes de
LAS MELLIZAS DOLLY
CUANDO ACABA
LA NOCHE
I Reciben aumentos
I los peloteros Mike
Garca y Mitchell
CLEVELAND, Agosto 10 (O.
P.) Los Indios aumentaron los
salarlos al lanzador Mike Gon-
zlez y al jardinero Dale Mit-
chell a los que se les haba re-
bajado al firmar el contrato en
esta temporada.
Los nuevos contratos segn el
Gerente General Hank Green-
berg, contienen "aumentos sus-
tanciales" dada la actuacin
de ambos. Garca ha ganado 15
desafos este ao y Mitchell ha
aumentado ltimamente a cer-
ca de 90 puntos en su porcen-
taje al bate. La Administracin
considera que ambos contri-
buido poderosamente al avan-
ce de los Indios hacia el primer
lugar de la Liga que al fin ocu-
paron ayer.
1 20 de Octubre se efectuarn los
Campeonatos Senior de Levantamiento
Los Campeonatos Nacionales
de Levantamiento de Pesas de
la Categora Senior se efectua-
rn en la tercera semana de
Octubre (da 20) de acuerdo
con informacin suministrada
por el Presidente de dicha en-
tidad.
Aunque estas competencias se
11:45 El Fakir Urbano
(Control Remoto)
Cort. de la Empresa Mayo
12:00 Serenata espaola
P.M.
12:15 Noticiero
cortesa de "La Hora"
12:30 Intermedio Popular
12:60 La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
Loe. Eduardo Molino
1:00 Estampas mexicanas
1:15 Carrera
1:30 Aires colombianos
1:45 Carrera.
2:00 Cancionero de la tarde
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera.
UN CASO...
INSLITO!
.DOMINGO
Desde las 10 a.m.
y LUNES
CON A/t? ACONDICIONADO
PARA CELEBRAR SU X
ANIVERSARIO!
- Presenta: -
EL MAS GRANDIOSO
TRIPLE PROGRAMA
en la historia del Cine en
Panam
En Exhibiciones de
"FIN DE SEMANA"
I La fogosa y sen-
m sual. "La Mejor
Bailarina del cine"
AMALIA
AGUILAR
- r-n --
CONOZCO
A LOS DOS
2 La deliciosa come-
m dia musical y bai-
* les apasionantes...
RAMON ARMENGOD
- en -
BUENAS NOCHES
MI AMOR
3 Uno romntica y
m pasional historia
de amor...!
DOLORES DEL RIO
JORGE MISTRAL
- en -
DESEADA
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han venido realizando todos loa
aos para las fiestas patrias,
este ao se han adelantado con
el propsito de escoger con el
suficiente tiempo al equipo que
representar los colores nacio-
nales en los Juegos Deportivos
Bollvarianos anunciados para
Diciembre en Caracas, Venezue-
la.
El "Aviso Oportuno"
Es Barato v Efectivo
Aire .Acondicionado
HOY
A LAS 8:30 P. M.
ULTIMA ELIMINACIN
DEL GRAN CONCURSO DE
MAMBO y BOLEROS
AMENIZADO POR
ARMANDO BOZA Y SU ORQUESTA
ARTISTAS INVITADOS:
ISABELITA SAENZ La Novia del Tango
JULY Ma mho en Su Propio Estilo
MARIA DEL CARMEN Gracia y Salero
OLINDO GUARAGNA Animador.
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Glynis Johns_______J
CENTRAL
Florence Marley Robert
Peyton
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BELLA VISTA
Un drama fuerte.
Vilenlo., con una
trama repleta de
emocionantes suce-
sos!...
Humphrey
BOGART
"SIN
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TEATRO CECILIA'.
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"NUDISMO EN EL TRPICO"
con Yolanda Parolo Armando Oaorlo
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TROPICAL
"ESCLAVOS
DEL ORO"
- con -
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OLIVIA DE HAV1LLAND
ANN SHERIDAN
TEATRO ENCANTO
Sigue el Concurso de
MAMBO y BOLERO!
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"EL HOMBRE No. 13"
Sidney Toler, en
"SERVICIO SECRETO"
VARIEDADES
UN AMOR TRUNCADO POR
LA FATALIDAD!...
Roberto
CAEDO
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Fernando
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Jorge Mistral, en'
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TEATRO IRIS
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"MARIA MONTECRISTO"
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