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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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*BRANIFF
NOW!
TO MIAMI
and HOUSTON!
I'WENTY-SIXTH YEAR
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AN INDEPENDEN^^fllJgsKDAILT NEWSPAPER
PanatnaAmercatt
"Let the people know the truth and tAe country $ gafe'* Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY. AUGUST 11, 1W1
riVE CENTS
Talks Collapsing; Reds Refuse To Budge
Brisk Movements,
Little Progress,
Hark Truce Talks
Things move swiftly at the
Kaesong truce conference site
everywhere but at the confer-
ence table Itself. These views of
the comings and goings of
Communist and UN peace ne-
gotiators give a picture of the
brisk 'movements between ses-
sions, as contracted to the vir-
tual stalemate in the truce
talksover where to draw a
cease-fire line. Favorite sport
of UN newsmen, stationed out-
side the conference room. Is to
try to dope out the tenor and
progress of the talks by study-
ing moods of top-level negotia-
tors as they enter and leave
council house.
Entire group of high-ranking Red delegates enters the conference mom to resume talks Fri-
day. But they sat for two hours without speaking a word. Today they were told they did not
truly want peace.
American delegates at Kaesong, headed by Vice-Adm. C. Tur-
ner Joy, leave the truce talks during a break. Following, Joy
is Maj.-C.en. L. C. Craigie.
General Nam II, head Communist negotiator, keeps eyes
straight ahead, dead pan, as he passes Chinese and North
Korean aides leaving the council house.
A-Bomb Scientists
To Study Weather's
Effect On Blasts
WASHINGTON, Aug. 11 (UP)
I The Atomic Energy Commis-
sion Is planning; non-nuclear
tests in Nevada iieUt week in the
hope that they will be less no-
ticeable than the five atomic test
[ blasts of last winter.
The unearthly light of those
I five explosions illuminated the
night sky 500 miles from the test
I alte.
The shock of one blast was felt
| by people 250 miles away.
For windows within 100 miles
[around the tests were a shatter-
ling experience.
Scientists blamed the great
range of some of these effects
on the weather. They plan to do
[something about It.
So starting Wednesday they will
I get off some noiyatomlc high
I explosive blasts which they ex-
Ipect will give them a better un-
derstanding of the curious In-
Ifluence weather conditions exert
Ion shock waves.
Having gained this knowledge,
Ithey hope to be able to schedule
1 future atomic tests on days when
Ithe weather his such that what-
lever they cause to happen will
[not make itself seen and felt so
|far away.
It has been announced that
further atomic tests are planned
[for the Nevada psovmg ground,
Ibut no date has been set.
Tiff Over Site Halts
Military Bases Bill
WASHINGTON, Aug. 11 (UP)
House action on a $5,768,720,000
military construction bill was
blocked temporarily yesterday
when Rep. H. R. Gross, R., la.,
launched a fight to cut out funds
for an air base in President Tiu-
man's home county.
Gross asked the House to send
the entire bill back to the Armed
Services Committee with instruc-
tions to eliminate $18,019,000 for
a fighter-interceptor base at
Grandview, Mo. Gross, who- lost
an earlier attempt to eliminate
the project, demanded a roll call
vote on his motion.
Before Gross made his surprise
move, the bill had been expected
to sail through.
The military construction bill
authorizes a far-flung program
of building new bases and ex-
panding old. ones in 44 states and
over much of the rest of the
world.
Chairman Carl Vlnson, D., Ga.,
of the House Armed Services
Committee, opened debate with a
warning that "generally speak-
ing" the nation is "almost total-
ly unprepared" for war.
Gross and another Iowa Re-
Lodge 14 AFGE Meets
|Wednesday Evening
The regular mimthly meeting
9f Lodge 14 of the American Fe-
deration of Government Em-
ployes will be held Wednesday at
:30 p.m. on the ls^ floor of the
lalboa Clubhouse.
Rv.fus M. Lovalady, President
if the local AFG announced
that on the agenda will be 11 the
status of the classified pay bill,
j) latest Information o:i the
Jeave-cuttlng bill and 3' infor-
mation on local conditions. Door
irizes and refreshments will be-
erved.
Nisei Of 442nd
Will Be Guest
At 'Co For Broke'
Mas Hirashima, the Japan-
ese-American tuna boat skip-
per who served with the famed
442nd Regimental Combat
Team, will attend Diablo The-
ater tonight as the guest of
honor of tbe Panam Canal
Clubhouses.
Hirashima was Invited to the
Diablo Theater showing of "Go
For Broke," the movie about
his outfit.
His presence on the Isthmus
was brought to the attention of
The Panam American's read-
ers on Tuesday.
publican, Charles B. Hoeven. and
Rep. H. Carl Andersen, R.. Minn ,
stirred up a hot debate by charg-
ing that politics had Influenced
the selection of sites for bases.
The bill contains no projects
for Iowa, West Virginia, Connec-
ticut and North Dakota.
Gross demanded to know Why
the Armed Services Committee
"didn't give a dime for the whole
state of Iowa" when Chairman
Vlnsons home state of Georgia
got 12 projects.
Vlnson hotly protested the
"ugly" inference that he was fav-
oring his home state. He said
every project in the program was
based on findings of military ne-
cessity.
Andersen remarked that Texas
home state of Speaker Sam
Rayburnappeared to be getting
the lion's share of the work.
Rayburn. who seldom inter-
venes in House debate, sprang tto
his feet and replied hotly that
Andersen was taki :; a narrowly
partisan and sectional view of
national defense.
Rayburn said with cold anger
that he wasn't "little enough" to
use political pressure to have
military projects located In his
state.
Andersen apologized to Ray-
burn, but said he still believes too
much of the bill's outlay ear-
marked for the south.
Youngster Rescued
From Deadly Suction
Of Gaviln Mudflats
2 Estates Raided
On BWI Island
Near Antigua
ANTIGUA. B. W. I.. Aug. 11
(UP) Police reinforcements
from here were taken to the
neignborinz island of Mont-
serrat aboard the Royal Navy
corvette Bigburv Bay today to
reinforce the Montserrat De-
fense Force.
Crowds were reported to have
raided two estates on Mont-
serrat .
The situation Is now easier.
The Balboa Police yesterday
rescued a 12-year-old boy who
was stuck In the mud up to his
waist.
Ferdinand James, Jr., who lives
in Panama had been playing in
the mud flats of the Gaviln area
when he wandered too far out.
A call to the police from an oc-
cupant of a house In that area
brought speedy action around
1:04 In the afternoon.
Several policemen threw the
boy a rope, but he was either too
weak or too terrified to take hold
of it.
The police then resorted to
laying a bridge to him out of
boards. A policeman crawled on
the board and pulled Ferdinand
out of the mud to safety.
The boy was black with mud.
Gaviln residents washed him
and gave him fresh clothes
His father. James. 8r.. arrived
about this time and told police
that he had been searching for
his son since noon when he was
first missed from their home in
Panama.
Old-timers here today recalled
an accident many years ago in
the Far Fan Beach area when a
little American girl disappeared
completely and was never found.
A kindly old man had taken
several children on a picnic, and
when It came time to go home the
girl was missed. It was believed
then that she had been drawn
into the mud.
Transport Crashes
On Newark Takeoff I
NEWARK. N.J., Aug. 11 (UPt-
All 41 passengers and the crew
of four escaped early this morn-
ing when a non-scheduled trans-
port plane crashed and burned
on takeoff from Newark airport.
At Evreux. France, fire crew-
men were killed when an Air
France DC-3 crashed on a test
flight.
Fighting Tempo
Along Entire
Front Quickens
8TH ARMY HQ.. Aug. 11 (UP)
Communist troops slammed
Into the United Nations lines
north of Hwachon today.
All along the front the tempo
of the fighting quickened as
hopes of an armistice settlement
at Kaesong dimmed.
The Red assault above Hwa-
chon hit advanced United Na-
tions positions with a barrage of
mortar, rifle and machlnegun
fire. Then came a 400-man at-
tack team.
The United Nations troops ab-
sorbed the shock and are slug-
ging it out on their own ground,
but the result is still in doubt.
Ralnclouds. squalls and fog
over most of Korea hobbled Unit-
ed Nations close-support fight-
er-bombers.
On the east coast, southwest of
Kansong, United Nations tanks,
artillery and Infantry hammered
at the Reds In efforts to gain
three peaks from which the Unit-
ed Nations could cover the likely
Communist attack route should
the ceasefire talks break down.
Night Intruder bombers sight-
ed more than 2X-00 Red vehicles
on North Korean roads' last night,
and knocked out 200 of them.
fiuperforts, bombing through
cloud by radar, dropped more
than 100 tons oif bombs on the
east coast Nortt.Korean port of
Ingnam. No aiitl-aircraft fire
jifghUrs were encountered.
Near the Manch-urian frontier
16 Meteor jet fighters of an Aus-
tralian squadron sighted more
than 20 Mlgs. The Red planes re-
treated to their Manchurlan
sanctuary before the Australians
could bring them to fight.
21 Arrested For
Railroad Bombing
In Buenos Aires
BUENOS AIRES. Aug. 11 CUP)
Twenty one persons have re-
portedly been arrested here In
connection with the widespread
rail bombings of Aug. 1.
The Peronista Party has alert-
ed Its membership to be ready to
"smash the rabble," charging
that the-Government's oppon-
ents are plotting acts of sabotage
and disorder.
A Radical Party spokesman said
today that three of his party's
leaders are being held, while a
Socialist Party comm unique
claims 15 party members are be-
ing held Incommunicado.
The police have already an-
nounced the arrest of three law
students and ah attorney charg-
ed with distributing leaflets call-
ing for a rail strike.
UN Chief Hurls Bitter
Charge At
PEACE CAMP, Aug. 11 (UP). Chief United Nations
truce negotiator United States Vice-Admiral C. Turner Joy
today accused the Communists to their face of slamming
the door on a Korean armistice.
At the deadlocked 21st Kaesong meeting he told them
icily:
'You did not come here to stop fiqhting. You did not
come here to negotiate an armistice."
He added:
"You came here to state your price your political
price for which you are willing to sell the people of
Korea a temporary respite from pain.
"You came only to make demands; not to negotiate
a solution."
At today's meeting the Communists again brusquely
rejected United Nations efforts to find a compromise on
the ceasefire line deadlock.
Robert A. Gelman
Drops Dead On
Panam Golf Course
Robert A. Getman, 48, former
Canal employe, dropped dead
from a heart attack this morn-
ing on the Panama Oolf Club
course.
Mr. Getman. who was retired
from the Canal on disability last
year, was competing In the Esso
Tournament when be suffered
the attack. He started his round
of golf on No. 10 and had Just
teed off on the ISth when he suf-
fered the attack while walking
down the fairway.
His golfing partner, A. T. Van
GeWer of Gamboa summoned for
help at the clubhouse and C. Paz
Rodriguez, manager of the Esso
Company, Immediately called
San Fernando Clinic after It was
decided not to move the stricken
man.
Doctors Ruiz Vallarlno and
Mario Rognonl arrived on the
scene within five minutes but Mr.'
Getman was pronounced dead on
examination.
Mr. Getman was a native of
Saratoga Springs, N. Y., but came
to the Isthmus as a young boy.
He was employed as a surveyor
for the Canal in 1930 and later
worked for the Dredging Division
as an inspector. He was Admeas-
urer from May, 1937 to 1947. He
was retired because of 111 health
March 31, 1950.
He Is survived by his wife,
Frances, who Is a dietician at
Gorgas Hospital, his mother, Jes-
sie Getman of Gamboa, and two
sisters, Mrs. Gerald Cooper of
Gamboa and Mrs. Donald Calla-
ran of Columbus, Ohio. Mrs.
Cooper is presently en route from
the U. 8. and Is scheduled to ar-
rive Monday.
Mr. Getman's body was trans-
ferred from San Fernando Clin-
ic to Gorgas Morgue.
The Reds again insisted the
zone must be along the 38th par-
allel.
The only agreement reached at
today's session was to meet again
tomorrow morning. This was
Joy's suggestion.
Today's meeting was the 11th
in which the Reds have refused
jto budge from their demand that
the buffer zone between the ar-
mies should be six miles on either
side of the 38th parallel.
If the Communists persist In
Peru-Ecuador
Border Posts
Said Shooting
QUITO, Ecuador, Aug. 11 (UP)
Peruvian troops attacked the
Ecuadorian garrisons of Gualln-
go and Morero In the frontier re-
gion of Zumba In the Province of
Lojas during the past two days,
It was announced today by offi-
cial sources here.
The Ecuadorian Ministry of
Defense said: "The Minister of
Defense has received telegraphic
Information that the Peruvian
garrisons of Chimara and La Vic-
toria opened fire on the Ecua-
dorian garrisons of Ouallngo and
Morero in the Zumba regio non
Aug. 9 and 10.
"The Minister does not have
complete details, and is awaiting
more information."
The town of Zumba Is 180 kilo-
meters from Loja, capital of the
Province of Austral, and about
25 kilometers awaylrom the Pe-
ruvian frontier.
this demand the armistice talks
will ulmo.st certainly collapse.
United 8tates Secretary of
State Dean Acheson has already
said the United Nations will ne-
ver consent to a ceasefire along
the parallel because such a lift*
is militarily Indefensible.
Jqy tried today to draw from
chief- Communist negotiator
North Korean General Nam II
why he- thought the 38th parallel
would provide a mutually defens-
ible line. |
Nam II replied that the paral-
lel offered the only "fair and rea-
sonable line with military as well
as political significance."
Joy said recent Communist
violations of the Kaesong neutral
zone agreement provided further
explanations of why the United
Nations wanted a settlement bas-
ed on a strong defense line ra-
ther than the parallel.
The United Nations proposition
Is for a ceasefire line more op
less along the present battle-
front.
Joy pointed out to the Reds
that any armistice would deliver
them from attacks by United Na-
tions air and naval forces and
give them a chance to build up
their strength.
Nam H seemed today to hav
run out of things to say.
His speeches were mostly com-
posed of cliches such as "your
malicious policies" and "freedom
loving peoples of the world."
He brusquely rejected Joy's in-
vitation to indicate on a map a
Communist conception of an ar
mistice zone "based on the pres-
ent military situation."
The United Nations line is 25
to 30 miles north of the parallel
for much of the breadth of Ko-
rea.
THE ROAD BACK
Take a good look at the happy soldier-bridegroom above. You
may find it hard to believe that he's the same GI pictured
right, a few months earlier, when he was rescuedonly half
alivefrom Red Imprisonment in Korea. This is Cpl. Bob
Sharpe and his pretty bride, Jean, honeymooning and start-
ing a new life together In New York City. It was former
POW Bob Sharpe. being helped aboard a plane for evacua-
tion to a hospital in Japan. He was one of a group of Amer-
icans beaten and starved bv North Korean Reds, forced to
walk from Seoul to Pyongyang and then machine-gunned by
the captors. Miraculously, Sharpe escaped with non-fatal
Injurias.


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SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1951
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures

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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. ChlrlquI ...................................Aug. J
S.S. Byfjord ..................................Aug. 25
8.S. Levers Bend ...............................Aug. 31
S.S. Chiriqni ...................................Sept. *
(Handltni Refriieralnl Chillas and General Can*)
New York Freight Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Cape Ann..................................An*. 12
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................Aug. 10
S.S. Maya ...........................:..........Aug. 25
S.S. Cape Avino! ...............................Sept. 1
Wcckl} Sallinfi I" f'<* iotk, Uh Anadea, an nantlaco, Seattle
Occasional Sallinfi to New Orleans and Mobile.
(Tbe steamer In Ihli eenrlce are limited to twelve paaaeaien)
Kreqoeat rrdial Sallinfi bam CcbtobaJ to Wail Caast Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via g^
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala_______________Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqni ........ (Passenger Service Only). .An* 21
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................Sept. 4
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20
GRACE LINE
aM
FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
S.S. "SANTA ISABEL" ............Due Cristbal, Auk. 15th
S.S. "SANTA LUISA" ............Due Cristbal, Aug. 22nd
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA MARIA" ............Sails Cristbal, Aug. 13th
S.S. "SANTA BARBARA"' .........Sails Cristbal, Aug. 20th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
S.S. "SANTA JUANA" ..............Due Balboa, Aug. 14th
M.S. "GUNNER'S KNOT"............Due Balboa, Aug. 18th
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
S.S. "COASTAL NOMAD" ........Sails Cristbal. Aug. 19th
'Balboa Only.
PANAMA AGENCIES, CO.
Cristbal 2144 2135 Panam 2-0556 0557 Balboa 1507 2159
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840
Royal Mails Lines Ltd.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COASTS
OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "LOBOS" ....................................Aug. 21st
M.V. "SALAVERRY" ..............................Aug. 25th
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORUA,
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"* ...................Aug. 25th
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALAMANCA" .............................Aug. 15th
S.S. "CUZCO" ....................................Aug. 23rd
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD., HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "JESSMORE" ................................Aug. 14th
S.S. "LOCH RYAN" ...............................Aug. 21st
TO UK/CONTINENT
S.S. "PAMPAS" ..................................Sept. 7th
S.S. "DRINA"....................................Sept. 27th
Accepting passengers in First. Cabin and Third Class
Superior accommodation available for passengers
All sailings subject to change without notice.
PACIFIC STEAM NAV. CO.. Cristbal, Tel. 1654 1655
FORD COMPANY Inc., Panam Tel. 3-1257/1258: Balboa 1950
Everybody Reads Classified
BLUE FUNNEL LINE
accepting passengers for
LOS ANGELES
BY
m.s. "MENESTHEUS"
SAILING AUGUST 12th.
C. B. FENTON & Co., Inc.
Tel.: Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065

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kX'KOFK A.ND NORTH AND SOUTH PACIFIC COASTS
(A Umlled Number of Passenger Berths)
TO EUROPE: Sent f raber 1

TO ECUADOR, PERU eV CHILE:

TO CENTRAL AMERICA WEST COAST U S.A.
FROM NEW YORK TO PLYMOUTH Jt LE HAVRE
Pauerxer Service from CARTAGENA to EUROPE Via Caribbean Porta:

Crlilobal: FRENCH UNE, P.O Roa Mil Tel J-J47* 111!
Panam: UNDO Y MADURO, i A. Bu IOS
Tel. Panam 3-1683 3-lii'Jl
SWEDISH TRANSATLANTIC LINE
Accepting passengers for
MONTREAL
by
M.S. "MANGARELLA"...Sailing 28th August
M.S. "PARRAM ATT A"... Sailing 30th August
(Excellent accommodation available.
All rooms with private bathrooms.)
C. B. FENTON & CO., INC.
Tel. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
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J/etherlands
Steamship
Company
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TO EUROPE:
DELFT.............................Aug. 15
HYDRA ............................Aug. 18
LIONEL............................Aug. 22
TO THE CARIBBEAN:
DELFT .............................Aug. IS
HYDRA ............................Aug. 18
LIONEL ............................Aug. 22
TO ATLANTIC CENTRAL AMERICA:
INO ................................Aug. 18
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PERU and CHILE:
BREDA .............................Aug. 14
BENNEEOM .......................Aug. 21
HERSILIA ..........................Aug. 30
"K.N.S.M.' CR1S1UBAL, 3-1210, 3-1218 3-1219
(Passenger And Freight)
BOY BROS. PANAMA CITY. 2-2008
(Passengers Only)
BLOR AGENCIES BAI.ROA: 2-5719 (Freight)
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Shipping &
Air Line News
Two Stowaways Taken
Off "Bresle"
The French ship Bresle which
transited the Canal yesterday af-
ternoon had two stowaways a-
board. They were taken off at
Cristobal and the ship continued
to Buenaventura. Elliot Shipping
Co. are local agents.
Chilean Admiral Arrives
To Join Own Ship
Chilean Admiral Alberto Consa-
gllo accompanied by his wife, ar-
rived yesterday via Panagra and
will join the MS Safco I on its
way to Guayaquil. Admiral Con-
sagllo owns the ship, which is
part of Compaa Frutera Bud-
Americana. The Safco I runs in
the banana trade from Ouaqull
to New Orleans.
Inter-Ocean Steamship Co.
Official Due Monday
The executive Vice-President of
the Inter-Ocean Steamship Com-
pany of San Francisco, Califor-
nia, Erik Krag. will arrive by air
Monday from Guayaquil where he
has been vacationing with his
family. He will board th M. 8.
Moldanger going to Los Angeles.
Fenton and Co. Is the local agent
for the ship.
Grace Line's Passenger Ship
"Santa Maria" Transits Monday
The Santa Maria which will
transit the Canal Monday on Its
way to New York from Valparaiso
has aboard Dr. Harold Korn and
his family. Dr. Korn is a Doctor
of Philosophy attached to the
United Nations in New York. He
has been giving lectures at the
Santa Maria University In Valpa-
raiso.
Good Neighbor" Fleet
Has Charter Difficulties
The latest Issue of Ships and
Sailing carried the following
item:
"After the Government's gen-
eral accounting office had stud-
led a Moore-McCormack bid tor
continued charter operation of
the "Good Neighbor Fleet" liners
Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay,
the Federal Maritime Board re-
jected the line's offer. Moore-
McCormack wanted to pay $20.000
a month for each of the three
liners and initiate a program to
replace them. But the G.A.O.
ruled that "the bidder's offer in-
sofar as the bonding require-
ments were concerned was not in
strict compliance with the terms
of the Invitation." Principal wor-
ry of the Government offices ap-
peared to be with the wording or
form o the bond.
"Moore-McCormack has been
operating the ships since 1938.
when they were transferred from
the Panama Pacific line to the
American Republics Line. Before
that, the 20,634-ton Argentina
had been the Pennsylvania; the
20,237-ton Brazil had been the
Virginia; and the 20,287-ton Uru-
guay had been the California.
They are twlnscrew, turbo-elec-
tric 18-knot ships with passen-
ger accommodations for 800.
They are manned by 380 officers
and men and operate from New
York to ports oh the east coast of
South America.
Remember Now, Did
It Rain In July!
Balboa Heights had its driest
July since 1644, rainfall during
the month was the lowest since
1939 at Balboa Docks and at Ga-
tun July was the driest since 1936.
according to the monthly report
of G. E. Matthew, Chief Hydro-
grapher at Balboa Heights.
Temperatures on both sides of
the Isthmus were cooler than av-
erage from the 1st to 19th of the
month but from the 20th on, the
days were hot and humid. At
Balboa Heights, seven out Of te
remaining 12 days had a dauy
mean temperature of 84 degrees.
Runoff from the Gatun Lake
basin last month amounted to
17,636 million cubic feet, which
was eight per cent below the 38-
year average.
Monthly mean temperature
were: 80.4 degrees at Cristobal, .4
degrees below normal; 80.0 at
Madden Dam. which was 1.4 de-
grees above normal; and 80.7 at
Balboa Heights, .2 above average.
The highest temperature of the
month were 93 degrees recorded
on July 22 at Balboa Heights and
the same temperature on July 29
at Madden Dam. Cristobal's
highest temperature was 87 de-
grees on July 1.
Rainfall during the month
measured 5.37 Inches at Barro
Colorado, which was the lowest
since 1925 weather records began
at that station. This was 6.10 be-
low average for the nm hto .
Other rainfall figures for the
month were: 4.97 inches at Bal-
boa Heights, 2.15 below normal;
12.85 inches at Cristobal, 2.61 be-
low average-, 5.01 at Balboa
Docks, 2.19 below normal; and
7.99 at Gatun, 4.34 below average.
Only Pedro Miguel recorded
above-average rainfall with a
total of 12.44 inches during the
month, which was 3.12 Inches a-
bove average.
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The perfect bridge player never
crow about his fine plays. The
rest of us poor human beings do
lota of crowing, but it's only good
sense to wait until the end of a
hand to pat yourself on the back.
West learned this lesson the hard
way In today's hand.
West opened the five of spades,
and that suit was continued un-
til South had to take his ace on
the third round. South then led
the three of clubs, Intending ^o
finesse dummy's nine.
If South had been permitted to
make this play everything would
have been fine for him. The fin-
esse would lose, of course, but
dummy would be ready to win
four dub tricks. Those would be
enough for game when added to
South's five top cards In the oth-
er suits.
As it happened, South was not
allowed to finesse the nine of
clubs. West very correctly put up
his Jack of clubs as soon as South
led the suit.
Now South was on the horns of
a dilemma. If he let West hold
the trick, the rest of the spades
would be taken to set the con-
tract. If he won the first club
trick in dummy, the low clubs
would be worthless unless the suit
luckily happened to break 3-3.
Declarer thoughtfully won the
trick in dummy with the queen of
clubs and cashed the ace of clubs
to see If the ten would fall. He
was about to cash the king of
clubs also when West spoke up.
"Wotta play, wotta man," chor-
tled West. "If I'd played the low
club first you'd have had four
club trleks. Now you've got only
three."
"You dont say," South com-
mented quietly. He instantly
changed his mind about leading
the king of clubs. Instead he
cashed the four top cards in the
red suits.
When West dropped the Jack
of hearts, South guessed the dis-
tribution. He led a third round
of hearts, giving the lead to East.
At this point East could cash
his remaining heart but then had
to lead a club up to dummy's
king-nine. Hence declarer man-
aged to fulfill his contract by
winning four club tricks.
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SATURDAY. AUGUST 11, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEB
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Bo, 194 SaLa JJtifktt D*l. Panama 3-0943
fr/iii J>A#i'( C-alhoiut l
ECUADORIAN INDEPENDENCE RECEPTION
IS PARTY OF THE WEEK IN PANAMA '
Party of the week was the reception last evenin* aiven
bv the Ambassador ol Ecuador accredited to Panama, the
Honorable Sixto Duran Bailen In celebration of the one hun-
dred and twenty-ninth anniversary of the proclamation of
independence of Ecuador.
About two hundred uests were present at the reception
Kiven in the upstairs ballroom of the Union Club in Panama
City.
Amonte the euests were mem-
bers ot the diplomatic corps, high
officials of the Panamanian gov-
ernment, members of the Pana-
manian cabinet, high officials of
the Canal Zone and members of
Panamanian society.
Ambassador and Mrs. Wiley
Honor Guests at Dinner
Entertaining for United States
Ambassador to Panama and Mrs.
John Cooper Wiley, the newly ap-
pointed Panamanian Ambassador
to the United States Roberto
Heurtematte and his mother.
Mrs. Elisa E. de Heurtematte.
pave a dinner Thursday night at
their residence in Bella Vista.
New Panamanian Envoy
Honor Guest at Barbecue
In honor of the newly appoint-
ed Ambassador of Panama to the
United SUtes. Robert M. Heurte-
matte. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Mc-
Grath were hosts at a barbecue
last evening at their residence In
El Coco del Mar.
ford. Connecticut, members of
the Canal Zone Bar Association
gave a buffet supper In the Fern
Room of the Hotel Tlvoli on
Thursday evening. Twenty four
members of the Association were
present;
President Charles A. Garcia
made a short speech honoring
Judge Chlttlck and Dr. Carring-
ton presented the Judge with a
gift from the Association.
Guests at the dinner were Exe-
cutive Secretary of the Panama
Canal. Mr. Eugene C. Lombard.
United States District Judge Jo-
seph J. Hancock, Chief Deputy
United States Marshal Peter
Brennan and.the clerk of the
District Court. Mr. Charles ,T.
McCormlck, Jr.
I.t. General Morris
Returned Yesterday
Commander-in-chief C a r ib-
bean. Lt. General William H. H.
Morris, Jr., returned yesterday
from a short official visit to Cu-
ba and Puerto Rico. He was ac-
companied on this trip by Briga-
dier General Robert L. Howze.
Mrs. LeBrun Has Daughter
A daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Charles LeBrun of West
Palm Beach. Florida on Mondav.
August the sixth. The child will
be named Victoria Rosemary. ,
Mrs. Marjorie LeBrun of Dia-
blo Heights is the grandmother.
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The Barker Benfields
To Be Here Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Barker
Benfield, former residents of the
Isthmus when Mr. Barker Ben-
field was Second Secretary and
Press Attache of the British Le-
gation In Panama, will spend
Sunday at Hotel El Panama.
Accompanied by their two chil-
dren, Andrea^Margharita and Si-
mon, they are en route to the
West Indies from Lima. Peru. Mr.
Barker Benfield was transferred
from Panama to Lima as First Se-
cretary of the Embassy.
Lt. Gov. Vovel and Son
Sf-'ed for United States ,
Lt. Governor Herbert D. Vogel
and his son. Cadet Herbert Vogel.
Jr.. sailed aboard the 0.8. Cristo-
bal en route to the United States.
Colonel Vogel Is going to Wash-
ington and New York on brh !
business trip after a few davs vis-
It in the United States. His son
has been spending a few days vis-
iting his parents during the sum-
mer period of WesJ, Point. He is
returning to the Academy after
completing his third year this
June,
Bon Voyage Luncheon
Honors Mrs. Morales
A group of Mrs. Morales' friends
gathered together at the Union
Club on Thursday to give a bon
voyage luncheon in honor of Mrs.
Frank Morales, who is leaving in
about a week and a half for the
United States en route to Spain.
Mrs. Morales will visit in New
York and Boston before leaving
for Spain, where her husband will
be the new Panamanian Ambas-
sador.
Birthday Celebration
To celebrate her daughter,
Sheila's thirteenth birthday. Mrs.
Rita Paterson is giving a party
thlsafternoon at her residence in
Panama City. Fifteen of her
young friends have been invited.
Panamanian Night Tonight
at Cristo Rey Festival
"Panamanian Night" will be
the theme of the benefit festival
at Cristo Rey tonight at 7:00. Ty-
pical dishes of Panama will be on
sale. Movies will be shown of re-
presentative scenes of Panama,
especially of the San Bias Is-
lands.
"A Night In Spain" will be fea-
tured at the festival tomorrow
night. Native Spanish dishes will
be contributed by members of
the> Spanish Colony in Panama.
Entertainment will be furnished
by a troupe of Spanish sin-frs
and dancers. Some of the music
will be played on 'gallas," Span-
ish bagpipes.
A small car and a bicycle will
be raffled at the fair.
Johnsons Called to Florida
By Illness of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Jack G. Johnson
of Balboa are leaving by air ior
Miami tonight where they'have
been called by the illness of their
daughter, Mrs. Lois Alexander.
Today, Saturday, August 11
3:00Music fpr Saturday
5:15^Musical Interlude
3:30McLean's Program
6:00Guest Star
6:15Masterwo'rks from France
(RDF)
'8:45American Folk Songs
7:00Gay Paris Music Hall
(RDF)
7:30Sports Review
7:45West Indian Stamp Ap-
preciation
8:00Newsreel U.S.A. (VOA)
8:15Opera Concert.(VOA)
8:45Salute to Peru (VOA)
9:00Radio University (VOA)
9:15Stamp Club (VOA)
9:30Radio Amateur Program
'(VOA)
9:45Sports and Tune of-Day
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10:00HOI EL EL PANAMA
10:15Interlude
10:30The HOG Hit Parade
11:00The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m.Sign Off
Oft-Probed Scientist
Resigns Federal Job
Judge Ralph Chittlck Is
Honor Guest at "Despedida"
. As a "despedida" to Judge
Ralph Chittlck. who Is leaving
soon to make his home In Hart-
REX
Tomorrow, Sunday, Aug. 12
A.M.
>8:00Sign On Musical Inter-
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8:15Newsreel U.SiA. (VOA7
8:30Hymns of All'cnurcnes
9:00BIBLE AUDITORIUM OF
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10:00In the tempo of Jazz
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11:15The Sacred Heart Pro-
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11:30Meet the Band
12:00Invitation tu Learning
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P.M. .
12:30Salt Lake Tabernacle
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1:00The Jo Stafford Show
1:15American Chorales
1:30Rev. Albert Steer
2:00Opera and Symphony
Hour
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00BBC Feature
7:00American R o,u n d t a b 1 e
(VOA)
7:30Through the Sportsglass
: 7:45Radio Varieties U.S.A.
, 8:00-r-Sport5 Roundup and News
i VOA i
1 8:15Report from Congress
(VOA'
8:30Almanac from America
(VOA)
9:00United Nations Review
(VOA)
9:30Excerpts from Blng Cros-
by Shows (VOA)
10:00American Symphony
11:00Sign Off
WASHINGTON; Aug. 11 (UP)
Dr. E. U. Condon, veteran
'of many battles with the House
Un-American Activities Com-
mittee, resigned yesterday as
415.000-a-year director of the
National Bureau of Standards
to take a higher-paying Job in
private Industry.
In his letter of resignation,
Condon made no reference to
sporadic Congressional attacks
pn his loyalty.
He said his only reason for
leaving Federal service Is that
"I can no longer afford to ac-
cept the severe financial sacri-
fice involved."
President Truman accented
the resignation, effective Sept.
30, "with regret." He praised
Condon for "loyal attention" to
duty, and said that during his
six years as director he made
the Bureau of Standards "a
more Important afencv than lt
has ever been before."
The White House aid Mr.
Truman had not yet chosen a
successor to Condon. The Presi-
dent Is expected to seek one of
trjie nation's foremost scientists
to head, the bureau.* which is
the Government's primary re-
search laboratory for basic
science.
Condon will become director
of research and development
for the Corning Glass works, at
Corning. N. Y. His salary was
not disclosed.
Reps. Harold H. Velde. R
111., and Richard B. Vail. R.
111., Issued a Joint statement
expressing satisfaction at the
resignation. Velde is a member
of the House Un-American Ac-
tivities Committee and Vail is
an ex-member.
"This separation has been
too long delaved in the
light of the wealth of docu-
mented material establish-
ing Condon as a security
risk," the statement said."
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His resignation under fire
is too significant to justify
confidence in the assigned
reasons (for resigning)."
Condon became the storm
center of a nationwide contro-
versy three years ago when
former Rep. J. Parnell Thomas,
R., N. J., then chairman of the
Un-American Activities Com-
mittee, released a report de-
nouncing Condon as "one of the
weakest links In our atomic
security."
The report asserted that Con-
don had "knowinglv or un-
knowingly associated" with
Communists and an alleged So-
viet spy.
Condon hotly denied that he
had ever compromised atomic
secrets In any way, and de-
manded that the committee
Drove the charges at a public
hearing or retract them.
Scientists throughout the
nation and Administration
officials no to President
Truman rallied to Condon's
support and accused the
committee of "irresponsible
smear tactics."
The committee never held
public hearings on the charges:
nor did lt retract the report.
Condon subseauently was
cleared by both the Commerce
Department, parent agency of
the Bureau of Standards, and
the Atomic Energv Commis-
sion, which farms out some
secret research to the bureau.
The AEC, in announcing its
clearance, said that the FBI
had conducted a special and
"unusually comprehensive" In-
vestigation of Condon for the
atomic loyalty board.
Condon, now 49. was asso-
ciate director of the Westing-
house research laboratories at
East Pittsburgh, Pa., before be-
coming bureau director.
He played an import ont nart
In wartime developing of mlgro-
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The envelopes with the special
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He is a native of Alamogordo.
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construction of the Panama Ca-
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY. AUGUST 11. 1M1
Yankees, Indians Win To Continue Tied For First
I oral Rate Little League
Championship Series Gets
Underway Sunday At Balboa
I
Local .Rate Little Leaguers are
amootiuna out the rough spots In
preparation for the champion-
ship series, scheduled for 2 p.m.,
Sunday.! at the Balboa Staalum.
Admission Is free.
The following line-ups have
been reoeived for the first game
between; Fergus La Boca Cubs
and Monticello Oamboans who
will be battling for third place:
Fergus La Boca Cubs
James Howard, 3b.........196
Antonio Howell, 2b.......233
W. Baniuby, cf...........436
C. Qrlfltth. c...........346
E. Wilson. If.............297
Allan (igyle, rf...........
Antonio Brown, s.........260
Winston Forde, lb.........200
Karl Sinclair, p.........176
Menticello (iamboans
M. Grant. If.............167
R, Grant, ss.............323
H. Warrtn, p.............506
A. Jones, cf............*6j>
L. Fardin, lb.............217
L. Fennell. rf...........158
H. Blake. 3b.............008
C. Baxter, c.............233
C Welsh, 2b.............125
The feature game between Hill
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will be a sensation with the fol-
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Rudolph Brown. 2b.......242
Ivan Lord. 3b...........389
Earl Besi.ss.............421
Robert Pate, p...........*44
Carlos Caddie, c.........349
Quillermo Payne, cf.......311
C. Lavne. If.............438
Leroy lfill. r f...........33S
R. Innlas. lb..........*. .150
Twin City Rookies
Alfred Titus, lb...........*
Hubert Gilllngs, as.......19'
Ramn Jlmnes, p.......33*
Herbert Holder, If.........390
Ral Mollnar. 3b........ .393
Gilberto Moreno, 2b.......106
Lionel Blades, c.........350
Robin Blades, rf.........100
Carlos Garnett, If :........194
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Tomorrow Night In
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will see two games Sunday night,
when the four teams of the Pac-
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on the court of the Balboa Gym-
nasium.
The first of the two games will
have Albrook, presently tied with
two other teams for first place
honors in the second half, meet-
ing the tall-enders. Mauricio,
who have failed to win in this
half.
With Luft. Gibson and Mlnot
all in the line-up at the same
time, Mauricio presents a scor-
ing threat equal to any in the
league, but they have yet to hit
on the winning combination.
The nightcap will find two Of
the top teams fighting to stay in
front. Lincoln Life started the
second half with two impressive
wins, but took a severe beating In
their game against Albrook
Thursday night, while Royal
Crown after losing their first
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LOCAL RATE
Robert Pate, promising all-
'rounder of the IfUl La Bocans.
annexed the batting crown of the
Local Rate Little League by nos-
ing out his teammate, Earl Best.
In the final game of the regular
season.
In the exciting game played at
La Boca yesterday, the duel be-
tween the league-leaders drew an
oral low crowd. Menticello Oam-
boans won the game, 8 to 4.
At game time. Earl Best led the
batting parade with 23 hits in 53
times at bat for a .433 average.
Robert Pate boasted an average
of .424 garnered on 25 hits In 59
lrlus- u .
In his tirat appearance at bat
in the game, Robert Pate rifled a
double to right center and boost-
ed his average to .433 to take the
lead from Earl Best, who follow-
ed him in the batting order and
was thrown out on a grounder to
drop to .426.
When the lads came to bat
once more in the third inning,
they both bunted safely with the
result that Pate upped his aver-
age to .443 and Best increased his
to .430.
In the fourth, with the pressure
on and fireball H. Warren on the
mound, the two leaders went
down swinging. Pate was now
parked at .435 and Best at .429.
A sixth inning rally by Monti-
cello in the upper half of the
frame wiped out the lead of Ifill
La Bocans and enabled the bat-
ting leaders to appear once more
at the plate. Warren burnt over
two strikes on Pate who then
slammed the next pitch over the
center fielders head for a home
run and the batting champion-
ship of the league.
A. Jones, outfielder of the Mon-
ticello Oamboans. has a towering
average of .450 but does not have
the required number of appear-
ances at the plate to qualify for
the title. This also applies to slug-
ger W. Barnaby. whose average la
436.
Final batting averages follow:
AB H Ave.
A.Jones (MG. .... 44 18 .450
Robert Pate ll>. .. 63 28 .444
CarlyleLayne (I) .. 16 7 .436
W. Barnaby (F'.. ..39 16 .436
Karl Best ill......57 24 .421
H. Holder-TC- .... 59 23 .390
R.Samuels (TO. .. 43 16 .3-2
Ivan Lord (Il.....65 24 .369
L Blades (TO .... 80 21 .350
Carlos Caddie < I .. 43 15 .349
Cecil Griffith R.Jimnez -TO ..59 20 .339
Lerov Ifill 'Ii .... 51 17 .333
O. Maynard iTC>.. 9 3 .333
R. Grant iMGi .... 31 10 .323
O. Pavne (Il......45 14 .311
M. Warren .. 49 15 .306
R Mollnar 'TC'. ..47 14 .298
E. Wilson (F- .. ..37 11 .297
W. St. Louis 'F'.. ..31 9 .290
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Red Sox Triumph To Keep
Pace With A.L Leaders
fly United Press
NEW YORK, Aug. 11 Bob Lemon last night pitch-
ad his fourth straight victory 6-4 ovtr the White Sox in
Cleveland, to make it eight in a row for the rampaging
Indians.
Meanwhile, the Yankees defeated the Athletics 3-1
in Philadelphia in another night game behind the six-hit
pitching of lefty Eddie Lopat and the hitting of Johnny
Mixe who drove in two rune with a homer ond a long fry.
That left the teams still deadlocked for the Amer-
ican League lead.
New A rmy Football Roster Has
31 Instead Of Usual 45 Men
BY MILTON RICHMAN
United Mm Starts Writer
The Boston Red Sox remained
four and one-half games behind
them in third place by topping
the Washington Senators, 9-4, In
a Boston night contest on plnch-
hltter Charley Maxwell's two-run
single and a homer by Clyde VOll-
mer that gave Mel Parnell his
13th victory.
Ned Oarver batted four hits
and pitched a seven-hitter to win
his 14th for the last place St.
Louis Browns, 4-2. from the De-
troit Tigers In a Brlggs 8tadium
night game.
Lemon bad late support for
his sueceea after spotting the
White Sox a 4-0 lead. The In-
dians made two runs in the fifth
as Jim Megan. Bale Mitchell
and Bobby Avila singledMit-
chell hitting safely in his 13th
straight game.
In the seventh the Indians got
four more, climaxed by Al Ros-
en's two-run homer. Avila bunt-
ed a single and Larry Doby dou-
bled him home Luke Easter's hit
scored Doby. then Rosen scored
the game-winning hit.
The Indians have won 23 of
their last 30 games and 35 of their
last 44. The White Sox are now
eight games under first place.
Lopat won his fourth straight
and the year's 15th. Ml and
Oil McDougald were the big men
offensively. MacDougald singled,
doubled and tripled.
Parnell, who got help from
EUis Kinder, ended a feur-
garae losing streak. Mickey
Vrrnuii bit a three-run Sena-
tor homer.
Oarver had three doubleplays
to help him. The Browns clinch-
ed victory In the eighth with a
two-run rally. The Browns' Cliff
Mapes and the Tigers' Pat Mullin
homered.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The St. Louis Cardinals edged
the Cincinnati Reds. 4-3. In ten
Innings In a Sportsman Park
night battle when pitcher Gerry
Staley won his own game after
four scoreless relief Innings by
singling with the bases loaded
and two out.
At Chicago, the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates blanked the Cubs, 3-0. be-
hind a slx-hltter of Mel Queen,
who edged Cal McLlsh In a duel.
McLlsh pitched no-hit ball for
six innings.
The Boston Braves-Brooklyn
Dodgers and Philadelphia Phil-
lies-New York Giants games were
rained out.
Pacific Hoop League
In Three-Way Tie As
Albrook, RC Triumph
LEAGUE STANDINGS
(Second Half)
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Albrook......... 2 1 .667
Lincoln Life......2 1 .667
Roval Crown.....> 1 .6*7
Mauricio.......0 3 .000
The second half of the Pacific
Basketball League ended up in a
three-way tie after games played
Thursday night, when the Al-
brook Flyers trounced the lead-
ing Lincoln Life team by a score
of 72 to 44. while the Royal Crown
team was overcoming a stubborn
Mauricio squad by a margin of 69
to 63, in a game that wasn't de-
cided until the last minute of
play.
Albrook experienced little dif-
ficulty defeating the Lincoln Life
team in a rough game that saw
tempers flaring and opposing
players on the verge of coming
to blows several times, but cooler
heads managed to break up any
threats of fighting before it came
to a head.
With Don Lee's hook shot
breaking the ice, Albrook piled
Schoolboy
Sports
ANCON
The Ancn "D" League defeat-
ed for the second straight time,
the strong Gamboa five by the
score of 29 to 23 to thus come
closer to" becoming the Pacific
side champions.
The Ancon five got off to a
f;ood start and maintained the
ead throughout the contest. The
half ended 13 to 8 in favor of An-
con. Both teams displayed a good
passing and shooting game.
Dickie Angstadt with 10 points
and Booby Lpez with six points
were high scorers for the win-
ners, while MacGee was once
again the high scorer for the los-
ers with 15 polnU. Gamboa did-
n't have the services of Jimmy
Driscol who broke a couple of
fingers a few days before the
game.
Ancon FG FT PF TP
D. Angstadt. ..5 0 1 10
B Lope/;..... 3 0 3 8
F.Leslie...... 1 2 2 4
L. Reves .... 1 1 0 3
M. Nahmad. ..304 6
Totals.......13 3 10 29
Gambos FG FT PF TP
MacGee...... 3 O 15
Morris...... 2 1 1 5
Roliwlmberp ..000 0
Ryter....... 1 0 0 2
Seise....... 0 1 1 1
Totals....... 9 5 2 23
Game Officials
Scorer: R. Rowley: Timer: D.
Morton; Referee: Q. Downing.
up an 11-polnt lead before Lin-
coln Life was able to score a sin-
gle point, and that was on a free
throw by Jim Brady. After the
Flyers had built up a 15-pclnt
lead in the first half. Lincoln Life
managed to cut It down to 10
points by the start of the final
quarter, but the Flyers stepped
up the pace and won going away.
Lee, with 26 points was high
scorer for the game and the eve-
ning, with Jack Chatham ac-
counting for 13 points for the
winners. For Lincoln Life, Brady
with 14 points and Downing with
11 were high point scorers.
The second game of the eve-
ning saw the Royal Crown team
come from behind to defeat the
Mauricio squad by six points, but
until the final minute of play the
game was evenly contested and
then Royal Crown scored three
points to go ahead by that mar-
gin.
Mauricio regained one of the
three points by means of a free
throw, but as they desperately
tried for the goal that would tie
up the game. Carlos Santos broke
loose for a goal and put the game
out of reach of the Mauricio out-
fit.
Mauricio built up a three-
point lead In the first quarter as
Bob Gibson tossed in five field
goals and early in the second
quarter had a lead of eight points,
but the Sodamen came back
strong and led by a single point
at the end of the first half.
Mauricio again took the lead in
the third quarter and had a four
point margin as the final period
started, but with Julio Aroseme-
na scoring nine points In the fin-
al quarter, the Royal Crown team
came out winners by a six-point
difference.
Bob Gibson was high scorer for
the evening, but even his 24
points combined with teammate
Red Luffs 18 points were not
enough to win. Cells' 17 points
were high for the winners with
Arosemena accounting for 15
points.
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WEST POINT, NY., Aug. 11
A 3l-man squad including 19
graduates from the plebe squad
arid a vest-pocket fullback who
weighs 159 pounds Is now avail-
able to play out Army' gruelling
1951 football schedule, it was re-
vealed yesterday.
Coach Earl Blalk sorrowfully
released his new roster in the
wake of West Point's stunning
cheating scandal with the re-
mark. "Well, I guess we can take
a losing season." In the past 10
vears. Blaik's teams have gone
undefeated five seasons.
Blaik, doubly sad because bis
quarterback sen. B*>b, is among
the cadete ordered expelled,
gave every indication ef going
into what probably will be his
toughest season full of fight.
Blalk still nurses hope that
some varsity men will be cleared
of cribbing charges since they are
still under Investigation. And he
also has a slight hope of using the
coming fall's plebe (freshman >
class If the Military Academy
academic board permits freshmen
to piav varsity football.
Under Eastern Collegiate Ath-
letic Conference rules, freshmen
may play. But West Point may
deny them the opportunity on the
grounds that the plebe's academy
load Is too great, an Army spokes-
man said.
Ends Ed Weaver of Kingston.
NY., and John Krobeck of Ha-
zleton. Pa., are back from the
varsity. The rest of the 31 men
on today's list are either the 19
promoted plebes or recruits from
the B squad. Only 10 "have been
given the detailed attention gen-
erally given varsity men." a
spokesman said.
Army normally carries a 45-
iiiaii squad. End Coach Paul
Amen revealed that some men
who tried out for football In
past years and were dropped
may be called back into action
to make up the deficit.
The 152-pound fullback is Bill
Haff from Brooklyn, a graduate
from the plebes described by
Amen as "a very fine runner who
will make us a good offensive
man despite his lack of weight."
The squad released contains
one quarterback pl*be grad-
uate Dick Boyle from Providence,
R.I. Elwin Shahs oNjowaCity.
la., is now a center but once play-
ed quarterback and can be shift-
ed back.
The coaches gathered in their
office yesterday to take their first
good took at the football pros-
petcs and decided they were in
fair shape for backfield men. but
suffer in the lina.
Of the six ends, four will be up
from the plebe team which lost
only one game last year. Of the
four tackles, three likewise are
sophomores. Of the five guards,
three are sophomores. Of the
three centers, two are sophomores
and one Shaln might be a
quarterback when the coaches
next meet.
A reporter studied the Hst
with the coaches and then ask-
ed. "Wen. what are the chances
for an undefeated season?"
The answer: a mass guffaw.
This year's schedule opens with
three power teams VlUanova,
Northwestern and Dartmouth.
Harvard Is next, in what had
been figured to be a breather.
Then, after a game with tough
Columbia, comes the big Intersec-
tlonal game at Yankee Stadium
against Southern California, tra-
ditionally one of the West
Coast's strongest teams. After
that comes another supposed
"breather." Citadel, and rugged
Pennsylvania.
And finally, at Philadelphia,
the traditional Navy game. The
cadets are burning to revenge
last year's loas to the middles,
but prospects seemed dim.
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American League
TEAMS Wan Lost Pet. U.B
Cleveland 7 31 .32
New York. 7 39 .432 -
Boston ... 3 44 .589 44
Chicago. . 41 .55* I
Detroit ... 49 5ti .4.7 174
Washington 44 0 .4*4 21
Philadelphia 41 U .37* 174
St. Louis . 34 73 .318 334
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Philadelphia
Washington at Boston.
Chicago at Cleveland (N).
St. Louis al f'relt.
YESTERDAY'S RESl'LTS
NIGHT GAMES
New York............ 3
Philadelphia.......... 1
Washington.......... 4
Boston.............. 6
Chicago .'......... 4
Cleveland............ 6
St. Louis............ 4
Detroit.............. 3
National League
TEAMS Wan Last Pt. G.B.
Brooklyn . 3$ b3
NcwYark. 59 54 .541 lt'i
Philadelphia M 53 .519 15
St. Lculs .54 5i .4*9 IS
Boston ... 49 54 .474 19 i
Cincinnati 49 37 .463 21
Chicago. 45 37 .440 23
Pittsburgh 43 3 .495 37
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Chicago (9).
Cincinnati at St. Louis iN >.
Boston at Brooklyn
Philadelphia at New York.
YESTERDAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh 000 000 1203 5 1
Chicago 000 000 0000 6 2
Queen (4-71 and McCullough;
McLlsh (3-8) and Burgess.
NIGHT GAME (14 Innings)
Cincinnati............ 3
St. Louis............ 4
BOSTON at BROOKLYN
(Postponed, Inclement Weather)
PHILADELPHIA at NEW YORK
'Postponed. Inclement Weather)
Playground Sports
"A" LEAGUE STANDINGS
TEAMS Won Lost
Diablo............ 5 3
Ancon............ 4 3
Balboa.....,...... 3 3
The Diablo "A" League finally
worked their way to the top of
the standings Wednesday morn-
ing when they handed the An-
con squad a 32-27 loss at the Dia-
blo Oym. After losing three out of
their first games the Diablo team
came back to win the next four
in a row. Ancon has one game re-
maining with Balboa and If they
should win. playoff would be ne-
cessary while a Balboa win would
give Diablo the Pacific Side
Championship.
Diablo had only a one-point
lead with a minute to go but An-
cn was given a free throw which
they missed and then two quick
baskets by Rathgeber and Hay-
del clinched the contest. Norm
Hay del led his Diablo teammates
with 13 points and his floor play
was a contributing factor In Dla-
Fight Dope
The attorney generals from the
states of Washington and Idaho
are hopping mad because Harry
"Kid" Matthews Isn't getting a
shot at Joev Maxim's Ugnt-heav-
yweight title.
Attorney General Smith Troy
of Washington says he'll send a
brief to the U. 8- Attorney Oen-
?ral. J. Howard McOrath, In de-
ense of the Seattle boxer. Troy
thinks that the International
Boxing Club is responsible for
Irish Bob Murphy's title fight
with Maxim in New York on Aug.
22. And he wants McOrath to
E roseeute on the grounds that
latthews rates over Murphy as a
contender.
Troy point to Matthews' re-
cent win over Murphy as proof.
According to Troy, the U.S. At-
torney General is interested in
the case but has asked for more
information. And Troy says he
sending it. Attorney Oeneral
Robert Smy lip of Boise, Idaho, got
into the act presumably because
Matthews Is a native of Idahq.
bio's win. Tor Ancon Molther
netted seven points and Rowley
and Capweli each added six
points to the team total.
In the second game of the
morning a much improved Bal-
boa "E" League team took th*
measure of the Diablo Biddy
League. 17-13. The Diablo team
was trailing from the beginning
but they threatened Balboa'a
lead early In the fourth quarter
with a rally that fell short.
Balboa score dmost of their
points in the first half as they
had a remarkable field goal
shooting percentage. For Balboa
Preist was high point man with
nine points while the Diablo
scoring was spread out among
Cruz, Ailing and Fundadowskl: "~
"A"LEAGUE
Diablo FG FT TP
Turner........ 3 1 5
Haydel........ 5 3 IS
Rathgeber...... 3 0 4
Nlcklsher. ...... 1 9 2
Laflg.......... 3 2
Corrigan....... 0 0 0
Total.......-.13 "i 31
Ancon ~FG FT TP
Roy.......... 1 9 4
Rowley........ 3 0 4
Molther....... 3 1 7
Capweli........ 3 0 6
Lederer........ 2 0 4
Totals.........II 3 27
Substitutes: Ramirez, Steele,
Hanaeii.
BIDDY LEAGUE
Balhea FG FT TP
Preist......... 4 1 9
Corrigan....... 1 1 3
Watson........ 1 0 2
Harbor........ 2 0 4
Brown........ 0 0 0
Watson, J...... 0 0 0
Totals......... I 3 18
Diablo ~FG FT TP
Cruz.......... 1 2 4
Ailing......... 2 1 3^
Fundadowskl .... 2 0 4
Brockmsn...... 0 0 0
Camby........ 0 0 0
Totals.......... 5 "3 13
Distributor*:
CIA. CYRNOS, S. A.


SATURDAY, AUGUST 11. 1M1
THI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT AIL* NEWSPAPK*
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ON VOYAGE DINNER PARTY
COMPLIMENTS CAPTAIN STEVENS
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Freudifmann f Coco SoUto, t-nte-r-
Ulned with a dinner party at the Hotel Waahiagtoa Thurs-
day evening which was arranged as a farewell te Cantal
Frank D. Stevens of Port Davis. Captain Stevens will leave
the Isthmus this month ana will he stationed at Port Mon-
meuth. New Jersey. Mrs. Stevens and their children, who
have been visHlnr. In Ellcabrthtown, New York, will join
Captain Stevens at their new station.
Those present Included Major
and Mrs. Kenneth B. Forrest,
Captain and Mr. Jack E. Worlh-
lngton. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Whtt-
tlngdon, and Mrs. Emilie Sum-
mer.
M. a Smiths Honored at
Covered Dish Supper
Ninety or more friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Melton B. Smith and
their children Bruce, Lucinda.
Phyllis and Melton gathered at
the Gatun Union Church Thurs-
day evening to attend the cov-
ered dish supper which was plan-
ned as a farewell gesture to the
family. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have
resided in Qatun for the past 14
years and have been active work-
ers in the Gatun Union Church in
all community activities.
Reverend R, R. Gregory offer-
ed the invocation and a delicious
dinner was served. Mrs. Leslie
Croft. Sr., who was In charge of
the arrangements for the affair,
>rovided amusement by award-
ng prizes to families present.
Mrs. Lucy Allen received a prize
for having her oldest child with
her; Mr. Fred Newhard one for
having his youngest child with
him; Mr. and Mrs. Melton Smith
for having the most children with
them and also for having the
ioungest child present. Mr. and
Irs. William C. Smith were
awarded a prize for the couple
present that had been married
the longest.
Mrs. William Nessler gave the
farewell message to the 8mlth
family on behalf of the church
and the community. Mr. George
D. Poole, Sr.. Mr. Arthur Lane
and Mrs. William C. Smith save
impromptu speeches recalling
incidents of Interest that occur-
red through the years of associa-
tion with the Smiths. Mr. and
Mrs. Smith responded graciously
and reminded all of their friends
that their latch string would al-
ways be open to their Canal Zone
friends.
Mr. Smith's brother Mr. David
Smith of MaTgarita and the mem-
bers of his family were special
Suests for the evening. Mrs.
rof t was assisted by Mrs. George
D. Poole, St., Mrs. Howard R. Har-
ris, Mrs. Ralph Graham, Mrs.
Walter Watts and Mrs. Raymond
Ralph.
Mr. and Mrs. Toledano
Entertain for Niece
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tole-
dano of Colon gave a party at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Motta Wednesday evening. The
party honored Mrs. Toledano's
niece, Miss Rae Melhado, who is
visiting here from Jamaica, and
celebrated her fifteenth birth-
day. More than seventy friends
called during the evening to of-
fer their felicitations.
Those who were present In-
cluded: Mrs. Gertrude Koepke,
Mrs. Blossom Diehl, Mrs. Jean
King. Mrs. Kathy Dennle, Mrs.
Merle Ray, Mrs. Harriet Ander-
son, Mrs. Jean Schwartz, Mrs.
Honey Jennings, Mrs. Val
Schmidt, Mrs. Lynn Hamon, Mrs.
Kittv Thornton, Mrs. Nana Hen-
derson, Mrs. Hazel Howell, Mrs.
Freda Schweitzer, Mrs. Martha
Walt her. Mrs. Margaret Wallace,
Mrs. *nn Humes, Mrs. Rusenta-
rle Schaefer, Mrs. Mary Ronayne,
iws. Amy Sabin. Mrs. Eileen
Griffin, Mrs. Dolly Wilkinson.
Mrs. Betty Greenwood, Mrs. June
Simpson, Mrs. May DuCote, Mrs.
Hal Lucas, Mrs. Virginia Moore,
Mrs. Dorothy Chandler, Mrs. W.
E. Chandler, Mrs. Meagher, Mrs.
Jenny Loy, Mrs. Georgia Sanders,
Mrs. Jenny Stevens, Mrs. Blanch
Wolfensberger, Mrs. Lett y Atkin-
son. Mrs. Mollie Barlow. Mrs.
Mary Sands. Mrs. Barbara Danly,
Mrs. W. Leahy, Mrs. Irene Horlck,
I Mrs. E. J. Nellson. Mrs. W- Foster,
I Mrs. Louise Croft, Mrs. Louise
| Crlder, Mrs. Phyllis Novak, Mrs.
1 R. Barry, Mrs. Richard Unzlgen,
Mrs. Dorothy Coffey, Mrs, Elean-
or Tomlln.
West Indian Governors Write
Appreciation of Stamp Issue
PAGE FIT
The Governors of Jamaica and
Of the Windward and the Lee-
ward Islands have expressed to
Governor Newcomer on behalf of
the people of their colonies ap-
preciation of the stamp which
will go on sale Wednesday com-
memorating the contribution of
West Indian laborers to the
building of the Panama Canal.
A cablegram was received re-
cently from Hugh M. Foot, Gov-
ernor of Jamaica and letters for-
merly had been received from
Brigadier R.D.H. Arundell. Gov-
ernor of the Windward Islands at
Grenada and K. W. Blackburne,
Governor of the Leeward Islands
at Antigua.
Officers" Wives Club
Attend Monthly Luncheon
Members gf the Navy Officers'
Wives Club met for their month-
ly meeting at the Officers Club
at the Naval Station at Coco Solo
Friday noon. Hostesses for the
affair were Mrs.' H. E. Walther
and Mis. G. L. Wallace. Bridge
and canasta games were enjoyed
after the luncheon.
Swimming Party and Supper
Enjoyed by Younger Set
Miss Beverly Reeves of Fort
Gullck, who Is home for summer
vacation, entertained with a
swimming party at the Fort Da-
vis pool and a supper party at her
home Friday evening.
Her guests Included Miss Col-
leen Conner, who Is visiting her
uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. L.
L. Barfleld of Gatun, Miss Lee
Van Slclen and her house guest
Miss Pat 8tadler, Mrs. Thomas E.
LaDuke, who is visiting her par-
ants Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Sny-
der. Miss Martha White and Mrs.
Coral Rice.
Illinois Sen. Douglas Keeps
Up Pressure In Truman Feud
WASHINGTON, Aug. 11 (UP) I
Sen. Paul H. Douglas, D.,
111., invoked his senatorial prl-,
vllege again yesterday in a
move to block the second o
President Truman's three ap-
Sointments to the Federal bench
i Illinois.
Stung by the President's re-
fusal to consult or compromise
with him on the Illonois Judge-
ships. Douglas told a Senate
Judiciary Subcommittee that
Cornelius J. Harrington is
"personally obnoxious" to him.
This Is the formula tradi-
tionally used by Senators to
kill Presidential appointments
In their home states. The Sen-
ate traditionally sustains its
colleagues on those grounds.
- Douglas raised the same per-
sonal objection before the sub-
committee last Saturday to Mr.
Truman's choice of Municipal
Court Judge Peter J. Drucker
for one of the three vacancies
' U. S. District Court in*
Illinois.
The subcommittee has not
acted on Drucker's nomination!
and there was no indication
when, if ever, it will do so.
Douglas and the President are
In agreement on their choice
lo- me third Illinois judgeship
Joseph 8. Perry.
The Illinois Senator told the
subcommittee that he and Mr.
Truman also agree that the
three vacancies should be filled
by a Catholic, a Protestant and I
a Jew. I
Visiting at Hotel Washington
Mrs. Jacobo Deivalle of Bella
Vista with her daughter Mrs. Wil-
liam Goldfeln of Ancon, and her
twin granddaughters Misses De-
borah and Ann Goldfein are
guests at the Hotel Washington
His own Catholic candidate
is William H. King. Jr.. a.
Chicago lawyer, and the Presi-,
dent's is Harrington.
Douglas wants Municipal
Court Judge Benjamin P. Ep-
stein to get the "Jewish ap-1
polntment" In place of Drucker. i
Perry Is a Protestant.
Sen. William Langer. R., N.
D.. said it was "the very first!
time'' in his years of service on
the judiciary committee that
the religious question had been ;
raised, as a factor in selecting i
Federal judges.
Douglas replied that he re-,
gretted that religion did have j
to play a part in the slectlon
of candidates. But he said he,
Mr. Truman, and the committee
had to face "realities."
"Each major group should
feel fully representedwith a
place in the sunon the Fed-
eral bench," he said. "I hope
the time will come when this
Is not needed."
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Arrived by Plane Tuesday
Miss Mary Margaret Zahn of
San Francisco arrived by plane
Tuesday to spend two weeks vis-
iting with her father Mr. Martin
Zahn of Qatun. She will be the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Van Slclen, Jr.
Major Tucker te Preach
At Gatun
Major Herbert F. Tucker of the
Salvation Army wlU fill the pul-
pit of the Oatun Union Church
Sunday morning as the guest
pastor during the absence of
Reverend William Graham. The
morning worship service is at 11
o'clock.
Governor Foot's message of ap-
preciation stated:
' At one time there were as ma-
ny as 6.000 Jamaican employes on
the construction of the Canal
and Jamaica feels a special in-
terest and pride In the contrioit-
tlon which this has made to world
trade and world peace."
A letter from Governor Black-
burne said. "I should like to ex-
press deep appreciation for this
significant gesture on the part of
your administration. West In-
dians will indeed be glad to know
that their contribution to the
Canal has been recognized In this
way."
Governor Aimdell wrote:
"The recruitment of West In-
dian workers for the Canal pro-
ject was an outstanding factor in
the economic life of these islands
at a time when an outlet for sur-
plus labor was greatly needed.
"Not only did It give West In-
dians an opportunity of demon-
strating their ability to work un-
der difficult conditions, but It
brought then an opportunity of
widening their outlook and of
earning sufficient, money to en-
able them to save and thereby es-
tablish themselves la happier cir-
cunstances on their return home.
"I am sure that this thought-
ful gesture on Your Excellency's
part will be deeply appreciated
by the Windward Islands com-
prising the Colonies of Grenada,
St. Vincent. St. Lucia and Dom-
inica and their dependencies."
Milking Time Lad
Night Saw World
Record Broken
LONDON, Aug. 11 LPS1 A
new world record for milk yields
:was set up at milking time last
night by a British cow named
' Mannlngford Faith Jan Graoeful.
I This 13-year-old Friesian has
now produced a milk yield of
1207,315 lbs. which beats previous
records by 11 lbs.
Yesterday she gave 86 lbs.
which has been her average yield
each day since she first began to
give milk.
She has already produced 200
times her own weight rn milk and
Is the only British cow ever to
have yielded more than 100 tons
of milk.
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For generations, school teach-
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never knowing for sure which
was which.
The problem has been re-
versed here and handed to the
pupils.
Misses Lorene and Coreene
Legan were signed to teach In
Pulaskl County next fall.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILf NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, AUGUST II, 1951
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Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Na. R "H- StreetPaaaiaa
Na. 12.171 Central Ave.Calta.
Minimum for
12 words
3* eacb additional
word.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: General Electric Stove.
60-Cycle, excellent condition,
$185.00. House 2321 -8, Curun-
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:Mahogany dinmgroom
set, complete. I sofa and 2 arm
chairs. No. 37, 50th street.
FOR SALE:Redwood blinds. Baby
crib, rocking chair, 16 mm movie
projector. Other household orticles.
Tel olboa 2855._________________
FOR SALE:Studio Couch. Simmons,
with slip covers. $40.00; Boys
Bicycle", 22" wheel with 2 extra
tires, $15.00. maple divan ond
choir, inner spring seots, $25.00.
2 <:oor lamps, $2 ond $5. Corner
cabinet $15. Misc. household ef-
fects. 42-A Quarry Hgts. Q. H.
3285, phone.
FOR SALE:One 25 cycle refriger-
ator. House 196-B. Gotun, coll 5-
House 196-B. Gatun, coll 5-
183.________________________________
F03 SALE:Fngidoire. desk, bocks,
bookcoses. chairs, buffet, ironer.
work bench, Rattan table, maho-
gany chest, record ployer ond re-
cords, cupboords, sewing mochine.
lamps, Coleman stove, i inch
drill accessories, hond grinder and
occessories. bandsander. polishing
heed, small household items. 365-
A Fronce Field ,'Pancanol Area' .
Phone 37-8-8731.
FOR SALE- Refrigerotor. radio,
bomboo livingroom suite, maho-
gany dtningroom suite and various
household items. 1401-A Carr I
St., Balboa.
FO-* SALE:Furniture. House 551-A
Cufundo Hgts. Phone 83-5191.
SeMi-iT. out romolete household, fur-1
nishlngs. Bendix 60 cycle. Chinee i
rugs, dressers, rlesk, mirrors, couch,
mony small items for kitchen. ;
2008-C. I St. Curundu.
FOR SALE: Youth Bedroom set;
bid. mattres*. mohogany chiffo-
robe. bedside tcble, clothesrack;
prod condition needs painting, $37.
50 892 Morgn Avenue, Bolboo.
FOR SALE:1941 Frigidoire. box,
porcelain, nerds unit excellent
condition. $45.00. 2-3330.
FOR SALE:Trucks: One GMC, 5
ten, 1947, excellent condition.
SMC 2 1-2 ton. Army type, 10
wheels. 1942. One International
2 1-2 ton, 1947, long chassis. In-
ternational 2 1-2 ton, 1947. short
chassis. One Mack 5 ton, 1947.
excellent condition. Telephone 2-
0610. Panama.
FOR SALE:Cadillac, model 48, per-
fect condition, accept offers. Call
Tel. 3-2184 2-1075.
FOR SALE:1950 Oldsmobile No. 88.
all accessories. House 827-D, Em-
pire street. Balboa, C. Z.
FOR SALE: 1940 Chevrolet, fine
condition, cheap, R. H. Brown.
0852, room 20 Balboa road.
FOR SALE:1948 Studebaker 2 door
Sedan, $1,100 00. One crib $10.-
00. one stroller, $7.50. Coll Mr.
Trace, Ft. Kobbe. 4210.
Hudson-Studcbaker O Ford Owners:
We have just received onother
shipment or Piston Rings TRO-
PICAL MOTORS.
We have drecticoily reduced price
en all Used Con! Come in and
look them ovar. Nash Afleney.
FOR SALE:1941 Studebaker Com-
mander. Very good condition. Tel.
2-3202 or 2-3382. Dowson.
FOR SALI: 1951 Chevrolet Bel-
Air. Power Glide. Whitewoll tire.
Radio. 4.700 miles. Duty poid.
Perfect condition. Call M. f. Ma-
duro. Panama. 2-2759 from 9:00
to 12:00 a. m. 2:00 5:00
_ "_________________
FOR SALE1951 Studebaker Cham-
p;on; automatic drive, radio, cus-
tom plastic seat and door covers,
undercoated. only 2,000 miles
$1.975.00. House 0130 Margan-
te
MISCELLANEOUS
Oe ou hove a dnnkint problem?
Write Alcoholics Anonym***
Bo. 2031 Anc.n. C. Z.
Be not dismayed if your hoir resem-
bles steel wool! The Genell Bliss
Coccli Beouty Shop specialists have
the materials ond know-hew to
make it soft, lustrous and manage-
able ogoin. 4-557.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Very cheap. National
cosh register. "Sonitary" meat
grinder, 600 lbs. on hour. Freezer
suitable for restaurant. Ham slicer.
gos stove. 4 burner ond broiler. 4
Neon lamps, 48". 3 tubes. 1st St..
No. 7, Vista Hermosa. Tel. 3-
1468.
RESORTS
FOR RENT: Chalet two bedrooms
near Hotel Pon-Americano El
Valle. Telephone Balboa 3763, or
Panama 3-3771.
HOTEL PAN-AMERICANO, El Voile.
Special for August. Room with
private both $35.00 per month.
$20.00 for 15 days. Meals a la
carte. Reservations Tel. Port. 2-
1112.
FOR SALE:Aquarium fishes, Ama-
oppisite Juan Fronco Stables,
ion sword plants, I I Via Espaa,
Phone 3-4132.
FOR SALE:600 shores Coca Cola.
50 shares Cerveceria Nacional.
Call 2-1641.
FOR SALE:Complete set MacGre-
gor Ben Hogan golf clubs, bog
ond practice balls, $75.00. Qtrs.
252-B, Albrook, phone 86-2145.
FOR SALE:3 ice boxes, boby buggy,
painter lodder, sell cheap. Phone
2-4448.
FOR SALE:1946 Ford two door.
House 1554-A, Balsa St. (Gaviln
Arto). Tel. 2-3640.
FOR SALE
R<*nl fatal*
FOR SALE: One million square
meters of land on Tronsisthmian
highway, Gotun lake. $10.000.00
Tel. 1262-B, Colon. Mrs. Carnes
FOR SALE:Two bedroom, concrete
cottage, Santa Cloro, completely
furnished, electric ice box, gas
range, terms. Phone 6-541.
FOR SALE:Lot in El Coco. 1072
S. M. Phone Panomo 3-0427.
FOR SALE: Farm. 2 blocks with
country home in Son Isidro, Costa
Rica. $17,000 Colones. Write to
Bex 206 San Jos, Costo Rico.
f~ . g-'nl '941 Ford,
two door sedan, good condition,
.. ..o e Call 3-J179. .
FOR SALE:Equity in 1951 Bel-Air
Chevrolet. Coll 87-3197.
WANTED
Automobiles
CAR needed, hove $400.00. cash.
Tel. 3-1069. Srta. Salguera, Cen-
tral Ave. 259 No. 12.
FOR SALE
Route & Motors
FOR SALE:Johnson Seahorse Out-
board Motor, 9.6 H. P. Also Surf
Boat. Phone 3-0427, Ponoma.
You save
when you buy
the best...
WE offer you the BEST
in Building material,
Hardware, high-class
Shertcin-Williams
Paint
and everything else for
your liiiilding and repair
job.
No. S3 North Avenue
Tel 2-M10
No. J Martn Sosa Street
Tel. 3-1424
FOR SALE:Two Diesel work boats
htimpers corgo ond passenger
Tel. 2-2252 Dr. Morles.
WANTED
Position Offered
WANTEC:Four young ladies and
young men with advertising ex-
perience. Aoply American Protec-
tion No. 47. Apt. 23. Central
Avenue, Panama. In Colon 6th and
Balboa Ave., Colon.
FOR SALE:Asbestos sheeting, half-
round ond powdered at economic
prices. For boilers and hot water
piping, etc Clay Products, S. A.
_37-47, Vio Espaa. Tel. 3-0160.
FOR SALE:One Zenith Trons-Oeeo-
nic Radio. One 7 I -2 Ft. Westing-
house refrigerator, reasonable price.
House 759-B. Bornebey St., Bal-
boa. Telephone 2-3014.
FOR "ALE:Amateur rodio receiver
Collins 75A-I. excellent condi-
tion, cost $500. Will sell $200
Tel. Panama 3-0993.
MOTHERS, for children's weor
infants to 4 years visit BABY-
LANDIA. No 40. 44th Street
Bella Vista. Tel. 3-1259. ("If it's
fcr the Baby, we have it"!)
FORs SALE: Universal Carburetor,
new, never used $14. Oldsmobile
wheel. Address 0852, Balboa Rd..
room 7.
FOR SALE:1,000 gollon steel stor-
age tinker, 5' x 7' x 7'. One side
oval. Good for water, oil, etc. Phone
Pencmo 3-0747.
FOR SALE:Survey Level with Rod
ond Tripod, like new. Young and
Sens. Telephones C. Z. 4-279 or
'-339. House #712, Cocol!, C.
Z.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:Two bedroom unfurnish-
ed chalet In San Froncisco, Golf
Heights or Bella Visto. Long term
basis by Pon Ameriion pilot. Coll
Ponamo 3-0638.
WANTED:12 foot outboord run-
about. Good condition. Call 25-
3382 between hours 8-4 any
week doy.
Houses ON BEACH Santa Clora, in-
expensive. Phone SHRAPNEL, Bal-
boa 2(20 or see caretaker.
Williams Santa Clore Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms Frigidoires, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboo 2-3050.
Phillip*. Beoch cottages. Santo Cloia.
Box 435 Balboa Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
Sromlich'i t Sonta Cloro beach-
cottages Electric ic* boxes, gas
stoves, moderate -ates. Phone 6
541 oi 4-567 _____________
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished port
ment Confoct office No 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobol Phone 1386. Co-
lon
FOR RENT:Aportments of 1 bed-'
room, sitting-diningroom, kitchen,
bath, at No. 20 Via Espaa, see
De Castro No. 24, "B" Avenue
Phone 2-1616. Panama.
FOR RENT:Apartments of 1 bed-
room, sitting-diningroom, kitchen.
, bath, at No. 9. 44th Street Eost
Bello Vista, see De Castro, No. 24.
"B" Avenue No. 24, phone 2-1616
Ponoma.
FOR RENT: Two room furnished
apartment screened, $50.00; two
room furnished apartment screen-
ed, $60.00. balcony all tile floors
and free garage. Hopkins Aport-
ments. 63, 4th of July Ave. Phone
Ponamo 2-1032. Carreras, *r
phone Balboa 2-2966, Hopkins.
FOR RENT:If looking for refined
surroundings to live come to house
82, Avenida Porros. Lovely apart-
ment completely furnished. Beauti-
ful view, large grounds.
FOR RENT:Two room apartment,
with kitchen, bath and cedar dry
closets, located near Conol Zone.
Phono Panama 2-0027 or J-0763.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENTIn Bella Vista beautiful-
ly furnished rooms, oil convenien-
ces. Mexico Avenue 69. near 43rd
St. Phone 3-0553.
FOR RENT: Furnished room, pri-
vate both, privott entrance, very
cool. 45 dollars ond 50 dollors.
Bello Vista, near bus stop. Tel. 3-
1648.
FOR RENT
Houses
Relioble well experienced business
woman English and Spanish speak-
ing wants responsible job. Pleose
write details Aportado 1833.
PAUL'S
MARKET
JUST RECEIVED
Fresh Killed
LAMBS
from Asger kierulf's
finca La Venta
WANTED Husband for registered
Boston Bull. Tel. Shrapnel. Etilboo
2820.
Do you need o baby sitter? Call Cris-
tobal 3-2322.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom house. Golf
Heights, corner Becrrio Porros.
Inquire Lewis Service, Tivoli Ave.
No. 4.____________________
LESSONS
Modern Swing Piano Instruction for
beginners, intermediate ond ad-
vanced students. Bennett's Piano
Studio. Juan B. Sosa, 9, Tel. 2-
1282.
Swampland Streamliner
Crash Death Roll Climbs
WANTED:
SALESMAN to represent well known local firm in
the Canal Zone, permanent position assured must
have experience in selling automobiles American
citizen or Panamanian with knowledge of English.
Write: Sales Manager P. 0. 428. Panam
i -
Z-i
LETTSWORTH. La.. Aug. 11
(UP) A Kansas City Southern
streamliner and a troop train
carrying 288 Marines and the
word "Korea" scrawled on Its side
collided head-on and burned yes-
terday in a Mississippi River
swamp.
Seven persons were known kill-
ed and State police reported a-
bout 60 Injured. Six of the dead
were train crewmen and one a
Marine.
Rescue crews, who had to hack
their way through matted swamp
growth to reach the scene, tac-
kled the wreckage with torches.
It was feared other dead and In-
jured would be found inside.
The streamliner was the deluxe
coach train. "Southern Belle,"
southbound for New Orleans. The
Marines were riding in 16 cars
from Camp Lejeune. N.C.. to
San Diego. Cal., with an indica-
ted eventual destination of Ko-
rea, since the troops had chalked
the name on their cars.
Some riders were trapped In the
twisted and burning wreckage,
others were felled by flying de-
bris and some thrown out beside
the tracks.
Leathernecks piled out of the
wreckage and gave first aid to
stricken passengers aboard the
New Orleans-bound flyer as well
as their own casualties.
An indirect viril" i " f wreck
was Aubrey Siears, Jr., 9, who
was run down and killed by an
automobile as he galloped to the
scene from his home, two miles
away, on his pony.
State police cars and ambulan-
ces had to hack a road through
the swamo In order to reach the
remote scene, in the Mississippi
valley 120 miles above New Or-
leans.
Five of the Southern Belle's
cars were derailed.
Four or five cars of the 16-car
troop train were "demolished,"
reported Douglas Manship. state
director of civil defense, who flew
over the strewn-out wreckage.
Ambulances which finally got
through to the scene started a
caravan southeastward to Baton
Rouge. SO miles away. But the
most serious cases were taken to
Marksville, Morgan za and Alex-
andria, closer towns to the wreck.
The wreck occurred on a curve
1 near this small town three miles
. west of the Mississippi River la
lone of the most heavily vegetated
! areas of the low-lying valley.
Passengers on the Southern
| Belle said there was no warning
such as gripping brakes, of the
collision.
"...It happened so fast there
wasn't time to get scared," said
one.
"All you knew was that sud-
denlv you were on the floor. I
saw th"**i io!:'pg a couple of peo-
ple out who I think were dead.
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
We run a PERMANENT
BARGAIN SALE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEMS
where the
PINES! QUALITY PAINTS
are priced LOWER
than the cheapest.
Why not save money
buying the best?
GEO.-F. NOVEY, Inc.
279 Central Ave.
Tel. 3-0140.
ALADDIN
KEROSENE Mantle lamp
60 Candle Power of Modern White
Light Burns SO Hours On 1 la I of
Kerosene. Uses Mr. AIR Only i".
KKROSENE. Absolutely Sat* It
cannot Explode Require* no nener-
stor or pump No Smoke or Odor.
So Simple a Child Can Onratt It
$9.95 Lowest Price
ever Offered In Panam.
All Mm Available.
On Sale In All HARDWARE and
FURNITURE Stores
Distributors; -
WONd CHANG, S. A.
Coln sth SI. Balboa aVe
Ttl 3*3
Panam 93 Central Ava.
Tal. 1-2887
Lovely Maria del Rey Opens
Song Series at El Panama
Sgt. Barret Going
As VFW Delegate
On Rehabilitation
S-8gt. Raymond N. Barrett, AF,
VFW Department Service Offic-
er, will attend the two-day con-
ference of the VFW National Re-
habilitation Service in New York;
City, on Aug. 25 and 28 in con-
junction with the 52nd national
encampment, it was announced
today by Department Command-
er E. J. Egllnton.
The annual service officers'
conference Is arranged by Na-
tional Rehabilitation Director?
George E. Ijams. With top gov-
ernment representatives In at-
tendance. It is hoped that clari-
fication can be obtained on many
Veterans. Administration rulings
regarding claims, hospltalization,
adjustments, discharges and re-
views and other matters perti-
nent to veterans.
"These conferences'afford us a
deep understanding of mutual
problems and enable us to be-
come better acquainted among
ourselves," Sgt. Barrett said.
"We also learn to know the of-
ficials through whose offices wa
have to work In the Veterans Ad-
ministration and other govern-
ment" agencies. We believe that
through the scheduled meetinars
and discussions we will be able
to do a more creditable Job for all
our ex-servicemen in the Canal
Zone."
Brazilian Liner
Runs Aground Off
Fatal Cape Frio
RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug. 11
(UP)The Brazilian liner San-
tos ran aground last night on
rocks off Cape Frlo.
The cape juts far out into the
Atlantic 90 miles noun i ih.i
and is surrounded by many is-
lands and rocks.
The trawler Presidente Var-
gas was wrecked there Monday
with the loss of 11 lives.
About a fortnight ago the
Norwegian tanker Anlca floun-
dered helpless in heavy seas
there.
The Santos' 260 passengers
have been transferred to the
Argentine vessel Crdoba and
the Brazilian vessel Pocone.
It's rare to find modesty and reticence as outstanding char-
acteristics In a professional singer. And when that singer is
both young and charming, the phenomena is double?
Maria del Rey, Colombian-born and California-bred, has both.
She is passing through on her way to Buenaventura for her
yearly visit to her parents, and will spend two weeks of her va-
cation singing at El Panama the first time that the hotel has
offered a featured singer.
Her first appearance is tonight.
Besides her own radio and television show In San Francisco,
which Is her adopted home, Maria charms supper club audiences
with her Intimate type of songs. She is probably best known as
one of the topliners of the Voice of the Americas program broad-
cast from New York.
An illustration of her good musical Judgment came when out
of many tries she chose a comparatively unknown group to ac-
company her on the "Voice'' program. They rose to fame as
"Los Panchos." and Maria helped them get their start.
Her popularity was assured when last year she was voted the
"Sweetest Girl of 1950 in San Francisco." no mean title to cop.
Maria studied at the Julliard School of Music in New York
but really started on her career when she won an amateur con-
test at the age of 15, and she's been "singing ever since."
Between engagements, she manages to take time off every
year to visit her mother, father and eight sisters and brothers.
"My family is small, compared to my aunt's she was married
at 14, and now has 24 children, so you can see it'll be quite a
noisy homecoming." Her father practices medicine, and he was
Just 84 yesterday. Her mother Is an accomplished concert pia-
nist and poet.
< '
Maria radiates when she hears music playing, and can hard-
ly sit still. "Work? I can't call it that because I love to sing
so much!"
Future plans Include a husband (Une forms to the right),
two children, and oh yes, singing even if it's In the kitchen.
Cecil Smith Speaks
Tonight Over HOG
On WI Stamp Issue
Your Community Station, HOG,
is presenting to its listeners this
evening the storv of the Issue by
Canal Zone authorities of a 10-
cent postage stamp in commem-
oration of the contribution of
West Indian labor to the build-
ing of the Panam Canrl anrf an
account of the work of the West
Indian Stamp Appreciation Com-
mittee.
The talk will be given by Cecil
Irving Smith, of the British Le-
gation's Information Section,
who Is secretary of the W. I.
Stamp Appreciation Committee.
It will be broadcast at 7:45 p.m.
Your Community Station also
Joins in issuing a call to all per-
sons who can be present to attend
the testimonial ceremony at Mt.
Hope Stadium next Wednesday,-
at which Governor Francis K.
Newcomer and George W. West-
erman, will be honored for their
part in the Issuance of the com-
memorative stamp.
Anti-Red Riot Cops
Muster In Italy's
Yank Supply Port
LEGHORN, Italy, Aug. 11 (UP>
Truckloads of riot police were
mobilized at this Italian port to-
day to put down any Communist
demonstrations In connection
with the arrival tomorrow of the
first Amerioen troops and supply
ships to the new United States
supply port which has been es-
tablished here.
The Americans plan to develoo
Leghorn as a base through which
the thousands of tons of supplies
for the United States occupation
forces in Austria and Germany
wUl be handled.
Leghorn has a Communist civil
administration.
There were Injured people all
over and they were crying and
sobbing."
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Hong Kong Reports
'Bootleg' Mining
Of Wolfram Ore
HONG KONG (U.P.) Hun-
dreds of Chinese bootleg miners
are turning areas of Hong Kong
Into a miniature Klondike, pan-
ning for an ore which to many
people these days is more pre-
cious than gold.
The ore is wolfram, vital steel-
hardener whose shortage is caus-
ing concern to officials in charge
of United States defense pro-
duction. Wolfram ore Is refined
hito tungsten, toughener for
special steels, for armaments,
high speed lathes and in making
filament wire for light bulbs.
With the local buying prlca
standing at well over $1 U.S. per
pound for ore of 85 per- cent con-
centrate. Chinese free lance min-
ers are Industriously panning
the upper reaches of the Shlng-
mun River for It.
South China contains the
world's biggest known resource
of wolfram. Before the Com-
munist occupation its exploita-
tion was a Nationalist govern-
ment monopoly. Now virtually
the tnire Chinese output Is feed-
ing the blast furnaces of Soviet
Russia and Czechoslovakia.
Many small veins and outcrop-
pings have been known in Hong
Kong for years but not until the
prestnt shortage was it consider-
ed profitable to exploit them.
Today, small illicit workings line
both sides of the river. They are
being operated by Chinese of
both sexes and all ages, Including
children and at least one 70-
year-old grandmother.
Bootleg Operation
The prospecting is illicit be-
cause development of mineral
resources requires an expensive
government license. The miners
have their lookouts who give the
alarm at the approach of sus-
picious characters and everybody
disappears until the coast is
clear.
Similar activity is in progress
on the other side of the Chinese
border. Russia is extremely inter-
ested in South China's wolfram
and has sent geologists into the
area to carry out extensive pros-
pecting.
Formerly Chinese wolfram
flowed through Hong Kong to
the markets of the world, but
now it travels only one direction
north.
Camera Makes
Sure Your Baby
Is Really Yours
MEMPHIS. Tenn.. Aug. 11.
(U.P.i Mom and Pop now can
get a snapshot of Junior before
the baby is 24 hours old.
St. Joseph's Hospital here has
Installed a camera, the "Hosplx.''
designed for taking pictures of
babies for identification pur-
poses.
The baby is 'placed in front of
the camera in the nursery soon
after birth. A slip with the ba-
by's family name, sex. the date
of birth and the mother's hos-
pital admittance number is at-
tached to the diaper.
The camera automatically
moves the film on for the next
picture after the shot is made.
Enlarged 5x7 prints of the
, head and shoulders are offered
, to the baby's family when the
child leaves the hospital.'
Wagon He Sold
For $40 Comes
Back As Gift
NANTUCKET. Mass., Aug. 11.
(UP.) ' C. F. Thurston did well
when he sold an old-fashioned
wagon 18 years ago for $40.
It passed through the hands
of several owners. Then Thurs-
ton saw the wagon and told the
owner he admired it very much.
Thurston did not say he one*
owned It.
So the man tave him the
wagon as a gift.


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Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
SPORTS-----INDOOR AND OUT
Casey Stengel issued a new ruling to all his Yanks: No golf
...Thinks 18 holes exhaust the athletes...So most of them went
fishing.
"The bridal suite" has been reserved for Frank Sinatra, who
Is booked to open today at the Riverside Casino, in Reno...
Brian Donlevy is in Hawaii, trying to persuade Edith Ward to
marry'him...After a 16-year romance, Polly Lux, the onetime
"Follies" charmer, will marry Baron D. Hlrschmeyer, of Miami
Beach, in Las Vegas, next week...Anne Jeffreys will not wed
Robert sterling, as thing are going. Her Army officer husband
will not yield a dlvorct.
Labor News
And
Comment
Trade reports state that Warners are ready to give
up on that film biog of the late, great Will Rogers, be-
cause "too many of the present generation never heard
r nlm." mat would be too bad. It was Mark Hel-
llnger's project. He worked on it for years. I gave him,
Cis, all the material In two books I wrote about the
ortal American humorist, who was long my friend.
It was my idea that Will write a dally newspaper piece.
He took itthen crossed me up and placed It with the
opposition. But I forgave him. We later toured Europe
together. There was never any financial transaction
between us. his widow issued his life story, I withdrew
both my books from the market and did what I could to
promote hers. He died. I lived to have his sons treat
me rather shabbily. But I still adore Will's memory,
and, what's more to the point, I have faith In any picture
that could capture his wit, his philosophy and his char-
acterfor any generation, anywhere.
Intimates of Gov. Tom Dewey say he will never acept a Cab-
inet position under Harry Truman... J. O. Taylor Splnk, head of
the Sporting News, is co-sponsor of the 4,000-mile trip of Pete
Petropoulos, N. Y. baseball Olant scout, to entertain vets in
Southern hospitals. Pete, former basketball star, holds the
Silver Star, Purple Heart, Bronze Star, Presidential Citation, etc.,
a hero of the Normandy invasion...Jackie Robinson plans to
8ult active playing after- next season. I hear the Dodgers will
en give him their broadcasts.
Abel Green's pet story Is about the auto tycoon who an-
nounced to his son that he had engaged the most eminent sym-
phony conductor for institutional promotion broadcasts, every
Sunday afternoon. "What time?" asked the heir., The answer
was, "Four to iour-thlrty." "Oh, no," gasped the youth. "At
that time everybody's playing polo."
Marlene Dietrich will fly to Rochester to present a
Runyon Cancer Fund check of $18,146 to the University
of Rochester, for research financing and to blow a kiss
to the Fraternal Order of Eagles in convention there.
The Eagles contributed 9133,000 to the Fund, within the
year, proceeds of frolics put on in every state, which
will continue annually. Dan Parker, president of the
Fund, will distribute handsome allotment far Fbrdham
U., Strang Memorial CUnle and Yale. And George Jessel
will m. c. Josephine Baker at a special S100-a-plate per-
formance In the Moeambo, Hollywood, and deliver $15,-
822 to the University of Southern California.
And WW is selling tickets like mad for the Roblnson-Turpln
champ bout, Polo Grounds, Sept. 12, at up to $100 each, In the
Astor, since the word here that the Fund had landed a block of
the choicest.
Rudolph HaUey has not signed that contract to star in
'Gangbusters" on CB8. Complications have arisen. The $3,000-
a-week proposition may be a washout...Got a friendly wire
from Willie Morettl. Nobody will be slugged, nobody will be
firosecuted.. .And Lee Mortimer, the subject of it all. Is ready to
ly home from the Honolulu honeymoon which he spent in Queens
Hospital there; the medics finally ruled he had night-life com-
plicationscavlar-and-champagne poisoning.
w,.hw.,ral D7 F;teri8 daughter Claire will marry
Washington attorney Meade Patrick next month GIGI
Durston who didn't Wed a Roosevelt, caught at Theo-
dore's with Robert Stanton. of Chicago.. Peter Und
Kin" i.i la.ryHe.a,y' P*ri.nni'- will net a big welcome
at Bill Miller's Riviera tonight...H. Gradv Gore Re-
publican, is the likely candidate to give Sen. Herbert
0 Conor a race for his Maryland seat.. ."Seventeen"
went up $2,000 last week, the worst seven-dav period of
the year for most shows. So far no one has asked me
to refund ticket-money if seats were bought on mv re-
commendation and the customer griped.
^ i
1 got a peep at a forthcoming novel. "The Train Leaves at
Midnight," by Vaslav Solskl. a tale of underground Intrigue in
Poland. It paints a tragic and hair-raising picture of conditions
and human complexes in an Iron Custaln satellllte slave-coun-
tr?; J1" lct,n-*? -highlights, rather than dims, the facts-
wmch no one could draw from imagination; arid no one could
comprehensively set forth as facts, for there are no words new
enough to encompass such things, which the world has never
known before.
Rita Hay worth's "one stumbling-block" has nothing
to do with money. Her Yasmin rates $1.500,000 auto-
matically by Moslem lawwherebv a daughter gets one-
rJ!la.a so.n inherlts: and Aly has set that stand-
ard at $3.000,000 for both his male heirs. Rita is holding
out for Aly to accept service in Nevada. If he does that
the divorce will be recognized everywhere, particularly
In France, where he lives. He could be served by execut-
ing a paper to that effect, in the person of his agent 6r
attorney; he would not have to be there, himself.
Virgin Islands, Deconfldentialised .In August 1941 this
eolumn first tipped the world about the six-week divorce's ob-
,hiai?, oui Caribiifan. Paradlse Possession. That started the
pub icity parade and the bust-up rush.. .Now our V.I. correspon-
di "^ that. *" Sl Thomas (V.I) population for those
"talking the cure" has risen 1.000 percent. .The best brands
of hooch still sell at $2.50. and five bottles go duty-free and tax-
free to every American leaving for the States.. Air Force men
in need of ready cash often fly down from the Valparaiso (Fla )
base to Harry Truman Airport, at St. Thomas, and load up with
a few cases...Only a year ago. there was a parrot-screeching
wilderness on the mountainside where now rests a luxurious
hotel-build on a dare.. .Millionaire distiller Sidney Kessler
complained he couldn't get a hot shower at Bluebeard's Castle
on the Island Gov. Dc Castro laughingly retorted. "Well build
your own hotel and see whether you can supply Park Avenue
plumbing on this mountain." So Kessler did. He built 'the is
000,000 Virgin Isle Hotel, and invited De Castro to come up for a
not snovVcr.
'Mr. P.A. Want Ad' attracts
a following
Of prospects mighty fins!
-What's more ... he signs
them quickly
On the dotted line!
Your classified ad will at-
tract a parade of good pros-
pects because everyone in
Panama and the Canal
Zone reads P.A. Want Ads
regularly. Try them now
... the results win surprise
yon!
By Victor Riesel
A flat prediction that Senator
Taft will be the Republican's
presidential nominee and that
Harry Truman has definitely
decided to run again next year,
would not exactly startle Wash-
ington insiders who've been
aware that both men nave been
quietly revamping their grass
roots political machines even at
this early date.
However, when that predic-
tion is coupled with a state-
ment that Sen. Taft "is very
liable to win" and is made to
followers and friends by a man
who was an Intimate of Frank-
lin Delano Roosevelt and one
of his powerful campaign man-
agers for each of the four New
Deal election drives that's
enough to startle even the in-
siders. And it has.
' But not so much that there
wasn't amazement, even among
the bored, sweltering cynics in
the capital, when they saw tied
to this prediction the most flat-
tering description of the bat-
tling Senator ever made on the
other side of the political tracks.
This was praise right inside
labor and from the man gener-
ally conceded to be a power
even amongst the labor giants
now meeting In strategy session
up in Montreal's Mount Royal
Hotel.
The prediction came, on
the record, from the snowy-
haired thunder-voiced old
campaigner, Dan Tobin,
leader of the country's po-
werful million member
union, the AFL's Teamsters.
Were this prediction Just
part of some routine speech at
an annual labor chowder and
fish fry with which the unions
dot the countryside comes sum-
mertime, it would Just be dis-
missed as more heat by labor
on an an already sweated Con-
gress. But this time, Mr. Tobin
writes carefully, and with afore-
thought not frequent in an oft
the-cuff speech. In his Influen-
tial union magazine, The Team-
ster. And It rolls off the press
Just about a month before the
mighty AFL convention gathers
In San Francisco.
When he says that Sen. Taft
is "very liable to win," he swift-
ly adds that this will happen
unless labor "can arouse the
masses of the working people
who are the Democratic back-
bone. Unless we can arouse
them the Democratic Party will
go down in defeat."
And, for the first time In a
national labor publication, Sen-
ator Taft, whom the union chiefs
hr.ve picketed pnd availed a?
public enemy Number One, Is
spdxen of kindly, even warmly.
"Outside of Taft's antagonism
to labor, he is an honorable
man," Dan Tobin N writes in a
signed editorial.
"If Sen. Taft gives you his
word or promise, and he Is care-
ful about giving his word or
promise to labor, he will keep
that word or that promise.
There are very few men In the
U. s. Senate that have that
kind of a background."
This powerful New Deal labor
chief has some thoughts too on
other Republican candidates for
the nomination.
In this strange, but strategic-
ally timed editorial, Tobin says
that Oen. Ike would make a
powerful candidate but. And
Mr. Tobln's "but" says, In ef-
fect, that Gen. Eisenhower, as
a military man, would probably
not make a good president.
And then there is a gracious
bow to Gov. Dewey. The 1948
candidate "would have made a
great president If he had been
elected," says the AFL's most
influential policy maker about
'the man labor fought so bitter-
ly and successfully In the last
national poll.
What does all this mean?
For an explanation, it can
best be linked to a prediction
made in mid-July by AFL presi-
dent, William Green, but over-
looked by a vacationing coun-
try.
Very explicitly Green said, "I
think I'm safe in predicting that
the AFL will not endorse either
of the major political parties...
in line with that policy we will
not come out for one Presiden-
tial candidate as against an-
other."
What this means U that
the labor leaders are fuming,
furious at the Democratic
Party's failure to deliver
enough votes to have given
the nation rigid controls
of prices and rents, long
rollbacks and all the other
war time measures the
unionists fought for.
What this means Is that,
from now on. at least some po-
werful AFL leaders are ready to
back any Congressman, regard-
less of political label, who has
worked with them. And to do
this, labor will spend millions
these next winter months build-
ing a ward-bv-ward machine 'so
it can back up its pressures
with votes.
And while It doesn't mean
that the Republicans can count
on any labor support. It does
mean that neither can be De-
mocrats automatically count on
it, except from the CIO and the
more militant sections of the
AFL.
It means thai the old giant
of the AFL finally ar ewalkin-
out of the old partnershiD the-
made with Franklin Delar'
Roosevelt.
PAGE SEVEN
^wily WSHINGTON
MERRY-00-ROUND
r DMW PEARSON

fe;--v*^rv. .

Picture Of Contentment
By BOB RUARK

LITTLE RUAHA CAMPI, TanganyikaA hap-
py man am I this fine day, because I am out
of the picture business.
Some dusky gentleman has removed from my
ken all worries about F-stops, exposures, light
meters, telephoto lenses, color film, movie film
and everything related to the camera.
He did this very simply. He stole into a
temporary camp we pitched outside a place call-
ed Kondoa Arangl, and as we slept he pinched
the whole camera bag. He scored a Leica, a
Rollelflex, an Ikoflex and a movie camera, and
most of the raw film for all.
He also swiped a pair of the car boy's tennis
shoes, too. I hope they pinch his big flat feet.
But the stuff Is insured, and I am sort of re-
lieved. I am convinced of one thing: you can
hunt or you can take pictures, but you can't
combine the two skills. Either calls for full
concentration, and each gets In the other's way.
We've got some wonderful game film, thanks
largely to Mama and the professional hunter,
but we missed a lot we'd have scored on If
there hadn't been guns mixed up In the opera-
tion.
There's too much excitement, for amateur
photographers, when a cow rhino comes at you
or a lady lion pitches a charge in your lap.
Mama Is still sore at me for complaining be-
cause rhe didn't record the angrv lioness' charge
on the day I knocked off Simba II. She was
In easy range with a telephoto on the Clne-
kodak but she never remembered to pull the
trigger.
And somehow, when those two rhinos nearly
upset the hunting car. nobodv remembered that
the telephoto lens was plugged with tissue to
keep out the dust.
The opportunity for game shots Is frequent,
but vou don't get too much in the way of spec-
tacular stuff If you are shooting a gun at the
animal you are also trying to photograph.
When you go into the bush after a wounded
buff about the last thing you need is a camera
to clutter up your shootin' arm.
If you are stalking a beast the gruid of the
movie camera Is all too plainly audible to keen
ears.
And after you've bagged the brute, most dead
animals look just that dead animals.
I have seen colorful natives until they have
begun to pall, but they have been spoiled by
the camera safari and the movie companies.
A great many refuse to allow their pictures
to be taken unless the palm Is heavily weighted
with silver thanks to the lavish baksheesh
of Hollywood-in-a-hurry.
I recall that a Wa-Ikoma lion dance cost me
in the neighborhood of 60 bucks, because the
salaries of local models have recently rlz.
The simple, unsophisticated savage takes one-
look at a camera and mutters:
"Oho, another sucker. Let's see If we cant
gouge a better rate out of this one."
And then, when they do consent, they hit a
wooden stance that would discredit a Victorian
family album. Even our own boys, normally
cooperative in every respect, freeze and strike
a stilted pose when we are snapping at random
around the camp.
No mechanical genius. I expect I will never
master the intricacies of exposure meters, and
the African light is so tricky it changes hugely
in a matter of minutes.
It Is the best I can do to load one of the
thlnp without tearing off a thumbnail.
So It largely was with spurious grief that I
acknowledged the news that some sneak had
pilfered the picha parcel. No more plga picha
for this Bwana.
The only exposure I worry about in future is
my exposure to whatever fanged, clawed or
horned beast seems Intent on collecting my
headskln for the kids to admire.
Peace, it's wonderful, and I hope that black
sportsman who scragged our gear becomes a
ramera fan. It'll serve the beggar right.
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
THE ODDS ON CEASEFIRE

(Copyroht 19S1 Post-Hull
Syndicate, Inc.)
WASHINGTON. Whether or not there Is to
be a third World War in the near future is
very likely to depend on whether or not a
ceasefire Is negotiated in Korea.
And it is Interesting that no less a man than
Russia's Yacov Malik has been asked whether
there will be a ceasefire, and has answered the
question with an apparent show of conviction.
The place was United Nations headquarters
In New York, and the questioner was Israeli
Ambassador Abba Eban. Malik snapped out his
answer all in one breath:
"Of course there will be a ceasefire. What
effect do you think this will have on American
rearmament?"
It is unwise, no doubt, to take any remark by
a Soviet diplomat at face value. Yet it is at
least true thai Malik's answer precisely fits the
majority expert view of Soviet motives and in-
tentions.
Now there Is considerable evidence that the
Kremlin intends, for a change, to test the ef-
fects on the West of carefully administered
doses of soporifics.
It is considered particularly significant, for
example, that an entirely new Soviet Une to-
wards Western industrialists seems to be form-
ing.
Recently both the French and Italian equiva-
lents of the National Association of Manufac-
turers have been quietly approached by Com-
munist Intermediaries. The great opportunities
of profit in peaceful trade with the Soviets, and
the firm credit standing of the Soviet Union,
have been emphasized.
There have been suggestions that delegations
of French and Italian capitalists would be wel-
comed to the Soviet Union to see for themselves
how profitable trade with the 8ovlet bloc could
oe.
And there have been hints that the Federa-
tion of British Industries and the N.A.M. itself
are also soon to be approached.
This is significant if only because It Is. of
course, article number one of Soviet doctrine
that all power in the West is in the hands of
'.he capitalists.
The place to start a really serious effort to
lull the West to- sleep is therefore with the ca-
pitalist*.
But the essential prelude to any such attempt
s. obviously, an end to the war in Korea, which
-irst awakened the West from Its slumber.
If this analysis is correct, a Korean ceasefire
Is on balance distinctly probable.
It is the Kremlin which holds the whip hand,
despite the signs of Chinese Independence in
other matters which were recently reported in
this space, for the Chinese cannot fight on
without Russian supplies.
And the concessions already made support the
view that the Kremlin wants a ceasefire, and
will pay a price to get it. Yet it must be said
that there is a minority among the best in-
formed officials which holds another, far more
ominous view.
In this view, the Malik proposal was essential-
ly a means of buying useful time. If the West
would accept the sort of armistice which would
make possible a bloodless Communist conquest
of Korea, all well and good.
If not, then the time of negotiation could be
used to prepare for a final, overwhelming Chi-
nese Communist offensive.
Chinese Gen. Peng Teh-hual's threat to use
heavy reinforcements of planes and artillery
which could only come from Russia to "crush
the aggressive imperialists," supports this omin-
ous view. So does the great prominence given
to this threat in the Soviet press.
So does the hitherto unreported organization
of strong Chinese paratroop forces in Manchu-
ria. Paratroops are not, after all, organized for
defensive purposes; they are best used for the
sudden, surprise blow.
Secretary of Defense George Marshall no
doubt remembering Pearl Harbor is known to
bo especially fearful of such a surprise blow, in
Korea or elsewhere, while the truce talks are
in progress.
Marshall takes particularly seriously the loud
warnlnvs that the 8oviets and Chinese Commu-
nists "will not tolerate" the signing of the Jap-
anese peace treaty.
But the disquiet of Marshall and others who
share his fears is apparently based essentially
on instinct, rather than any special, secret in-
formation.
And those who have most often been right in
the past are still convinced that the odds are
about three-to-two In favor of a ceasefire, sim-
ply because the Kremlin, for the reason implied
by Yacov Malik, really wants one.
Meanwhile, all we can do is hope for the best,
steeling ourselves against the temptation to go
back to sleep if an armistice is negotiated, and
steeling ourselves also for what lies in store if
It Is not.
(Copyright, 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.) '
Drew Pearson says: Tungsten deposits govern Korean
ceasefire line; New Orleans reporter experiments with
Declaration of Independence; Congressman Taber is
careless with Voice of America facts.
fir. H^?I1?TON;~ne reason ior toe deadlock over the cease.
ini the hiroi^'fJ'v.ui Prec'ous tungsten deposits are at stake
country' w ?l.f P081"0": For' "^out Korean tungsten, this
teffi k?ii. a enough tungsten to build Jet engines, armor-
gy needs CVCn more lmPrtant< t0 suPPlv tomlc ener-
fn.-Jhev.ple"saped sUce oi ^d. held by General Rldgwav's
dSu^ThV1!,6 S8th P^'^^ntalns ricn, untapped tSngSSr!
firm ',r?hJ^0nfv/e?son K'dKWay ha been ordered to hold
l< w-p^h frSmnU the.lar8est tunten mine In the free world
is located at Sangdon, less than 60 miles below the 38th parallel.
***? A,ano ,.r rea?n R1diwa.y wants to hang on to his
rnm^f,ni^elCTls? llne above the 38th Parallel, and keep the
Communists as far from Sangdon as possible
mlnlnenuirr,t^Beff,tuSBsten '. dwperate that we have rushed
mining equipment to Korea, in order to step up production at
paraHel a"d t0 reopen smaU mlnea above the 38th
Kni1^1 2?. seP"t that this country is over two million pounds
KS, Po&SPlS Ior clvlllan requirements alone. Normally the
ff&iS&S^Stabout 14 mimon pounds a year-lt17
-iP11* oesn't count the critically needed tungsten for Jet en-
gines, armor-piercing shells and atomic energy. In fact, our anti-
tank warfare depends on these armor-piercing shells, which can't
be built without tungsten.
.. .w.et the Ru.!5?1ns *now that toe most tungsten we can scrape
up this year will be about 12 million pounds-unless the Korean
mines can be rushed Into full production. """
t .i Notur government has recently received several mys-
terious offers of Portuguese tungsten. The offers all mention the
jame f.gure3,000 pounds. U.S. experts suspect these offers are
feelers from Russia, which may be preparing to trade tungsten
ior critical war materials needed in the Soviet Union
DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
Two newspapers have now tried the experiment of asking
Americans to sign a petition containing nothing but the Declara-
tion of independence and the original amendments of the U S,
Constitution.
i F1.rs,was the Capital Times of Madison, Wls., which had 111
out of 112 People refuse to sign. Second was the New Orleans
Item which had 24 out of 36 refuse to sign.
The New Orleans petlUon was circulated after both Presid-
ent Truman and this commentator had publicized the shocking
ill to 1 refusal In Wisconsin. Nevertheless Its results showed
how many of the American people either have forgotten the in-
spiring precepts'of the Founding Fathers or else become afraid
oi the expression of liberal Ideas.
Here are some of the reactions received by reporter Allen
Johnson when he circulated the New Orleans copy of the Declara-
tion of Independence and the BUI of Rights:
"Three men," reported Johnson, "called me a Communist. One
said, -My family's with the Government, it would get them in
trouble. You know the FBI checks up on these things'."
Another read Jefferson's stirring words: "Wherever any form
of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right
of the people to alter or abolish it..."
"That," remarked the man approached by reporter Johnson,
"sounds Russian to me."
A housewife didn't- like the amendment to the Constitution
guaranteeing a free press and free speech.
"That part ought to be narrowed down," she said. "There's
too much talk going on." She refused to sign.
Maybe Senator Joe McCarthy, who has circulated thousands
of copies of his speeches through the mails at the taxpayers'
expense, should circulate free copies of the Declaration of Inde-
pendence Instead. It might counteract some of the fear he has
instilled in peoples' minds.
TRUTH ABOUT VOICE
Congressmen are always quick to put the lie to newspaper-
men when they don't.like criticism. But it's not often that a con-
gressman is called for a lie by his own colleagues.
That was what happened to Congressman John Taber of New
York the other day when he got careless of his facts regarding
the Voice of America.
Taber, campaigning to cut the State Department's vitally
Important propaganda budget, quoted Ben Hibbs, editor of the
Saturday Evening Post, as a foremost critic of the Voice.
Hibbs is a member of a committee of distinguished Americana
who advise the State Department regarding the Voice and other'
propaganda.
"The editor of the Saturday Evening Poet who is on that
committee," declared Congressman Taber, "has never been called
to a meeting. And he wrote Just a little while ago Just what he
thought about the situation and the way It (the Voice) was not
being carried out for the good of the American people."
Mr. Hibbs. however, was quick to nail Taber's unfair and
untrue distortion of the truth. In a letter inserted In the Con-
gressional Record by Congressman Rooney of New York, Demo-
crat, Editor Hibbs stated: '
"There have been two regular meetings of the commission
since my appointment and I have attended both of them.
"I understand that it was also said on the floor of Congress
that I recently 'wrote something' expressing critical views of the
Voice of America. This Is not true. I have written nothing about
the Voice of America since I have been on the commission...
"My position Is that there Is room for Improvement in the
whole State Department's information program, as there always
is in any activity, governmental or private. But I do not believe
that this program has been a failure, and I do believe that it la
being steadily Improved.
"Moreover, I believe most urgently that the program is of
such enormous importance that we simply can't throttle It by
denying funds for its continuance, (signed) Ben Hibbs."
NoteOther members of the committee advising the State
Department on propaganda are Harold Dodds, president of
Princeton; Rev. Martin McOulre, president of Catholic University:
Edwin D. Canham, editor of the Christian Science Monitor; and
Philip Reed, chairman of the board of General Electric.
The commission Issued a favorable report on the efficiency
of the State Department's anti-Soviet propaganda program.
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
Answer to Previous Puzzle
HORIZONTAL
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of
11 Copies
12 Aged
14 Memento
15 Insect egg
17 Accomplish
18 Moslem
20 Down
21 Paradise
23 Eras
25 African port
26 Price
27 Displaced
person (ab.)
28 Hebrew deity
29 Higher
30 Lord (ab.)
31 Persian fairy
33 Unaspirated
38 War god
37 Oklahoma city
38 Chaldean city
39 Bargains
45 Chinese
measure
46 Plot of ground
48 Pertaining to
the cheek
49 Spurt
50 Cycle
53 Its capital is
VERTICAL
1 Spanish hero
2 Part of "be"
3 Italian coin
4 Passage in the
brain
5 Old madrigal
6 Of the car
7 Cereal grain
6 Negative reply
9 Tavern
10 Whispers
12 Poems
13 Mineral vain
16 Try
18 Testy
19 Balloon cars
22 Last
24 This Js 35 Revise
nicknamed the 40 Love god
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31 Apostle 42 Morose
32 Mistakes 43 Tardy
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form)
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEB
SATURDAY, AUGUST II, 1ISI
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Side
C6o Verde. Fuuml City. No 1 J. A
MayOard. Panama City No 2 Jamaica
Bocletv Hall Sabbath Service* onlyi;
AJtoLonus Lawea. Chorrillo. P. A Henry:
Rio Abajo. C. D. Abrahams; Gamboa. A.
A. Brlzzla. and Spanish City Church I-
duardo Rulloba
Atlantic Side
Colon Third Street. Joaeph Bryan; CrU-
tobal English New Church. E. A. Cruck-
fenlt; Cristobal Spanish Church. B J
xon. I No Sunday night service al
present)
Sabbath school each church Saturday
t:30 a m Divine worship 11am Sunday
night service at all churches exoept
Otherwise Indicated
Union Churches
WBere all Protstenla cooperate with
amity In eaaentlala. liberty In nun-
nllals and charity In all tilings
rHI ATLANTIC SID1
Cristobal
The Rev Phillip Havener Paslor
Phone 3-14*3.
10:45 Worship service and Church-time
aurserv
6 Ou Young People's Meeting
Calun
The Rev J William L Graham Paslor.
0.00 030 Broadcast on HOK: HP5K
nd HON
:4S Sunday School.
11:00 Worship Service.
9:00 Christian Endeavor
Martarita
The Rev Henry Bell. Pastor
Phone 3-1408
:3t> Bible School
10:45 Worship service and Church-time
aursery.
30 Youth Fellowship
fHH PACIFIC SID1
all.
Balboa Hoad at San Pablo Street
Rev Alexundei Shaw. Pastor
Phone 2-1480. Ofc Phone 2-3236
9 30 Church School free bus service
10:30 Worship service snd Church-tiim
a)ui
M:30 *ouin 1,01.legations
5 00 Chi Rho Senior Hi Fellowship
6 00 Post HI Fellowship
7:30 Service 'Centered Or Son
Gamboa __
All service in Gamboa Ctvii Leiitei
The Rev Ravmnnd A Grav Minlsiet
phone 6-130
9.00 Sunday Scnooi
7 30 Worship service
Pei.ro Miguel
0 30 Church School
IU.4S Divine Worship
7 30 Evening Vespers
Unitarcn
i MIAK1A.N
Mllltll
10:31 am
JWB Auneo
eorce Servici
Center Library
Balboa C.Z.
T*our invitatioi
to liberal
-'il'inn
.
baptlSt
NATIONAL MA*-Mil LIltKCHt
Panama Baptist. *"ray*i Meeting .*
n. Divine Service. 9:3tl a m. Divine Sei
Vlc< IS p ni .mo Serving "I The Lore
Sun.--! al bolli Sn.in- SIHI.1.IV Irnn
Sill ii in
LJ)U Maulla! L Boos. *. . Uivin.
Be. ces 11.00 a in nd :3U p in Servm
the Lord- Suppej al bolh Services Sun
d;.. School si 3.00 o ni
fse* Hope, Chivk-Chiva. U. Divine
Services 11:00 sin Sunday School al
Church*! of the many faiths III the Canal Zona, and the
torminal cillas af Panama and Colon, Republic at Panama, ex-
tend welcome at all timai ta man and woman af the armad
lervicei. and ta civilian neighbors, friends and rrenger.
Ai a public lervlce, tha Panama American lists below, by
denomination!, notice! of hears af worship and other regular oc-
Hvitles.
Listings of larger denominetioni ate in alphabetical order,
which is rotated from time ta tima. Denominations having only
one or two congregation! ere lifted under "Other Churches And
Services." A special listing is included for services at Army posti,
Air Force bases end Naval stations.
Ministers, church tecreteries and chaplains era asked to in-
form tha news desk by Wednesday noon at tha latest ef any
chenges for the coming Saturday's church page.
(t HI Mil CHAPEL
Curundu
Sunday Mass: 8 30 a.m.
Holy Day; 5:45 a.m.
Confessions: 3:30, 3:00 p.m. Saturdays.
ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Days: 0:30 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday7:15. 7:45 pm.
Rosary: Monday. Wednesday and Satur-
day at 7:00 p m. '
Catechism Classes: Sunday-10:30, 11:30
a in. ,
ST. JOSEPH'S
Paraso
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Days: 5:45 a.m.
Confessions: Satuiday3:30. 4:00 p.m.
Rosary: Tueday-7:00 p.m.
Catechism Classes. Sunday-10:30. 11.30
am
.'. VINCENT'S
Panama
Sunday Masses: 6:00. 8:30 am.
Holy Days: 6:00. 8:30 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday-3:00. 5:00. 7:00.
8:00 p.m.
Before Holy Days: 7:00. 8 00
Kosarv every evening: 7:00 pm
ST JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLE
Rio Abajo
Stind-v Maaae. 6:30. 830 a.m.
Bern linn: 4:00 p.m.
Holv jay Musses 5:43 am
Confessions.: Saturday -3.30. 4:30 P-m
Friday fter Mlrnculous Medal No-
Mlrnruli Medal Novena-Friday 7:00
Rosar Monday and Wednesday-7 00
p.m
ST.' THERESE-S
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a in. .Holy Day Mass
Sacred Heart Devotions: Friday 7 00
Confessions: Saturday-3:30, 5:00. "7:00.
Roaars) eieTy evening except Tuesday al
7.00 pm.
I III O SLITO PI.AVSHEU
Pastoi. Rev Wm J Finn CM
Sunday Mass .......... i- .in
Holy Day Mass ............ JJ a
Sunday School ........-----
Service Thursday night '45
t'nnresslnn* l-efnr Ms
rill ill 11 Of Irl. HOL* *AMII
Margarita C.Z
Rev William J Finn C M
Mass
a in
0 in
V
II It
1:00 n m
Rev. S. N
I
I* --vn. Minister
Ua.nuoa. L *5*K'f? *l S
B.n.. and 7 JO ni. i Siuidav School
at I an u m
Rev. A. W rook. Minister
II
I ...|
'. I"
COCOLI BAPTIST CHURCH,
Building 311 Bruja Road
V.. Y Pond Jr Pastor.
Sunday School ............ J ">
Preaching Service ........... 10.45 a.m
Spanish Sen-Ice ............. 3:00 p.m
Training Union .............. 00 p.m.
Preaching Service ........... 7:00 p.m.
Brotherhood 7:00 pjn Mondays.
Prayer Me* :-r, / i" wean
ma^mm
nuisl iiii'iim ni It i
tfcillKi- Heights, C i.
627 Auron Boulevard
Drawn "B Balboa Heights
Plione Bjlboa 1727
"Tout Chufen iiiij from linnic-
erNIi wclean** lui ss .......ih
ft libas* ii Hi in v I'jsH.i
Sunday ai'lioui ........... .3li an.
Morning Worship ......... 10.45 a.m
Baptist Trainuig Union ... 6:30 p in
Evangelism Service '-.In n m
Prayer Meeting Wednesdays 7 30 p.m
V. MS Bible Study
Thursdays ..................... 9 a in
Men s Mrotherhooo
(Last Mondav in -in ntn < 'M> om
irHMii iiii'ii-i tin mu
Bolivai Avenue at I2lh Street
Cristobal. C.Z
Rev Fred U Jones. fasioi
"Your Invliatioo Ta Warship'
Bible Scnooi ......... si., am
Worship ................ 11:00 am
Training Union ............ 5*30 om
Worship.................. 6 JO p m
Prayer Meeting iThurs. > .. 7 JO p m
Catholic
ILlaleu ui.i.i ...i ii.t wallious Chulilit-
In the Canal one ano ihusc in Uic tei
nuiial mi ol Panama and Colon whusi
congregations are primarily bnglish
speaxnig Besides these, the Cainediai u
Panama City. Ihe Calhediai ol the 1m
maculate Conception ui Colon and num
erous parish churches In bolh cities, wet*
come English speaking visitors, Ihmigh
then congregation are or.inarily Span-
IsJi-soeaking i
ST MARY'S
Balboa
Sunday Masses a:.u. on. 10 00. 11 0i>.
MO ajii
Benediction. 3:00 p.m.
Holy Day Masse a.a5. 00 11 10. 11:55
a.m
Conlessions: Saturday -i Ml. 5:00 pm
7:00. 8:00 pjn Thursdays foi First
. rrldav-7.00. 8 00 p.m
Miraculous Medai Novena Monday al
7 00 p in
Rosary every evening at 7 00
SACRED HEART
Ancon
Sunday Masse. 65a. 7:30. 30 am
Holy Day<: 5.55. 1 30 am
Confessions Saturday3:30. 5 00 pm
7.00. 8:00 p.m Thursday loi First
Friday7.00. 8:00 p.m.
Barred Heart Devotions Friday at 7:00
p in
ST
riKisAs
Cocol i
Buasday Masa g 30 a.m.
Days: 6 00 am
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th. A G St
Pastor. Rev. Vincent Ryan. CM
Sunday Masses. 7. 8 A 10:30 a m.
Weekday Mass, 6:30 am.
Sat.. 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Masses. 6:00 A 8:00 a.m.
Confessions. Rosary, nightly 7:00 pm
Sunday School after the 8 a.m. Mass
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Mon. 5:00.A 7:00 p.m. ....
1st. Sat, Devotion, every lit. Sat. after
Mass.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CUURCH
Uollvar Wghway. Ratlin. C_Z
Paslor. Rev. Francis Lynch. C M
Sunday Muss. X 00 a in.
We, :d..j Ma...... Huns. 6 111 a in
Sat 7:00 am
Holy DM Mas*. 7:00 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Mnn 7:15 pm.
1st. Friday. Confession, Communion.
7:15 pm
Confessions Sat. 6:30 A 7:00 p m.
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun. Near Locks
Paslor, Rev. Francis Lynch. CM.
Sunday Mass. 645 a m
Weekday Masses. Tues. A Frl 6:00 am.
Holv Dav Mass. 6.00 am.
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Frl. 1:11 pm.
Contrasten* S.il 7 13 A 8:00 l:m
111 Sat Devotion, every lsl Sat alter
Mass
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH
Margarita. C Z.
Pastor, Rev. William J. Finn. CM.
Sunday Mosses. 7:30 A 9:30 am.
Holy Day Mass. 6:00 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Mon. 7:00 p.m.
Instructions for adults Frl. 7:00 pm
Confession Sal 4 00, 5 00 A 7 00 to
8 00 nm
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Colon, loth A Broadway
Paslor. Rev J Raymond Maohate. CM
Assistant. Rev Robe t Vignola. C M
Sunday Masse, 5:45 A 9:00 a.m
Weekday Mass. 5:43 am.
Holy Dav Masses. 5:45 A 8:00 am
1st. Frl. Masses. 5:45 A 800 a in.
1 Communion. 8 OX a m
Baptisms Sun. 4:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena services
i Wed at 6:15 A 7 DO p.m.
Novena of Ihe Sacred Heart. Frl 7:15
p.m.
Conll "ii s-il 40. 5 00 pm A
7 n in 8 00 p ni
Sunday School. 3:00 p m.
Discussion Club Young men of Parish
Sun. :i:00 p.m
Instructions for adults seeking know-
ledge of Ihe Catholic Church. Mon A
Thins at 7 15 p ni
1st. Sal Devotion, every 1st. Sat after
Mass
81. VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver City. C Z.
Paslor Rev Raymond Lewis. CM
Sunday Masse. 5:45 A S 00 p m.
Weekday Mass. 6 00 am.
Holy Day Masses. 5:3(1 A 6 30 am
Sunday School. II 00 am.
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Tues.. 7:00 p.m
Baptisms Sun. 4:00 D.m
Confessions Sal 3 30. 5 00 pm A 7 00
to 8.no pm.
Instructions for adult. Tues. A Fri
7:30 p.m.
1st Sat Devotion, every 1st Sat after
Mass.
OUR LADY OF C.OOD COUNSEL
Gamboa. C Z.
Paslor. Rev Charles Jacobs. CM. .
Sunday Masses. 7 00 A 8 30 am.
Weekday Masses. 6 30 am
Holy Day Masses 5.45 A 6 30 a m
Mm-.--' "- Medal Novena service
Tues. 7:00 p m.
bacred Hcan Novena service. Frl., 7:00
p.m
Confessiori* Sat. 7.00 p.m.
1st. Sal Devotion, every lsl. Sat after
KM
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN gCIKNCl CHURCHES
First Church ol Christ Scientist Am...
540 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11.00. Wednesday 8:01' o.ra
Sundav School 9'30 am
First Church ol Christ, scientist. Crlsioha.
13th stieei A Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11.00 a m Wednesday ? '30 o m
Sunday School 9:30 in
Christian Science Society. Gamba*
Civic Cen'.er Building
Sunday 11 30 a m First A Third Wed
'.esday 7:30 put
Sn.'dav Setinnl 10:15
Episcopal
AM UN < /
trlt CATHEDRAL OF SI LUK
The Rl Re i R Heber Gooden. Bishop
The Very Ri v Raymond T Ferris. Dear
7 30 a.m Holy Communion
9 .in am. Cathedral School.
10:45Morning Prayer and Sermon.
(First Sunday of the month Holy Com-
munion and Sermon.)
7:00 pm.Evening Prayer and Sermon
CRISTOBAL. K.P
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd St. near G, Navy
Rev. Milton A. Cookxon. Pastor
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Church School 9'30 a.m
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11:00 am.
(H.C. first Sunday In the month I
Young People* Vesper Service 4 30
o.m.
Wednesday. Holy Communion 8:30 p.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 a.m.
A House of Prayer for all people
COCOLI
Church ot St. Andrew
The Rev Gideon C. Monlgomery.
Rev. M. A. Cookson, Chap. 1'SNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Sunday School 9:30 am
Public Worship 10:45 .....
(H.C. first Sunday In the month.)
Young Peoples Fellowship 4:00 p.m
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evenings
ii 6:30 p.m
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and 41h Thurs-
day's al 7:30 p.m.
House ol Piavei nd Fellowship 101 all
oooplo
COROZA1
Good Shepherd
The Ven A F Nishtengale
7:30 am Every rridav Morning Pray
er.
(H.C 1st Trldav.i '
GAMBOA
it. Simons Church. Rev DA. Osborne
10.30 a.m 2nd and 4th Sunday Holv
Jommunion A Sermon.
10.30 a.m lsl and 3rd Sunday Morn
ng Prayei A address
3:00 p ni Sunday School
5:00 and 6:00 p.m Youth Organizations
; 30 p m Evening Prayer and address
2 00 pm Service si Penitentiary Everv
llh Sunday
7:30 nm Tuesday Girls friendly So
clely
7:30 pm 2nd ano 4th Thursday
Anmnn Auxiliary
Gamboa Penitentiary
Holy Communion 4lh Sunday 2:00 p.m
LA BOCA
SI Peter's Church
Rev Lemuel B Shirley. Priest
6 a.m. Holy Communion
7am Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10 a.m. -Morning Prayei and Church
School
5pm- Holy Baptism
7:30 pm. vespers and Sermon
Communion Tuesdays and Thursdays
/am. Wednesday and Fridays 9 a,m.
Girl Friendly 6 and 7 p.m Monday 6
p.m. Tuesday: Vespers nightly al 7. ex-
cept Saturday Compline 7:30 p m
MAKOAMITA
St Margaret's Chapel
Margarita Hospital
The Rev M A Cookson
Sunday School m Evening Prayei
/ .00 D nv
PALO SECO
Church ol The Holy Comlortei
The Ven A F. Nightengale
Ever) Mondao Ml sin Holv Corn
.minimi
' PARASO
Rev D. A Osborne
8:00 a.ni Holy Communion 2nd Sundas
9.30 am Sunday School.
5.30 pm Evening Prayer 2nd and 4th
Sundays
Monday. 1:00 p.m Youth Meeting
Wednesday 6 JO o.m Girls' Friendly
Society
KKD IANR
Kev IJ A Osboine A Hev CA Crarweli
II 00 a in Holy Conimuniop nd Sei
non 1st uno 3rd Sundays
II0U a in Moi mug Piavei no idn
ess 2nd nd 4th Sundays
3 00 p m Sunday School ano Baptism
7 -30 p in Evening Pravei nd address
>nd and mi Sundays
PANAMA CITY
SI PAUL'S CHURCH
A I Nightengale. B U MJ3.1.
nd The Rev Rlu Reginald Alwell
Venerable Archdeacon
6.00 am Holy Communion 9:00 m
7-00 nm Fven*nne snd Sermon
fllliiM CHURCH MY-trlf.'SEA
Colon. R de P
i opposite Hotel Washington i
The Hev Maineri J Peterson
STB Rector
SUNDAYS
6 a.m Holy Communion
9 am. Choial Eucharist and Sermon
10 30 am Church School
7 JO o m Solemn Evensong A Sermon
.VEDNESDAYS
6 a in Holy Communion
7:30 u m Fvensong and Sermon
8 30 n m Adult Confirmation Clas
THURSDAYS
5 o in Pravei Guild
e'RIOAYS.
8 p.m Children Eucharist
7:30 nm Choir Practice
SATURDAYS:
10 a m Children Confirmation Cla>
7 30 om Compline and Meditation
GATUN
St. George's Church
Gaiun. C.Z
*ev Snlomnp N Jacob*
Sundays.
s 45 am Church Scnooi
9:45 am Morning Prayer
hi no in Hnlv Eucharist nd Sermm
I'll esday
/ 00 a.m Hoiy Communion lAUo Holy
Oays nd Saint Day*, i
Wednesdays
1:00 p.m Evening Prayer
s ihi ii in St Vincent's Guild
1:3U D m Chnlr Rehearsal
Thursdays:
Church ot St Mar* The Virgin
Kev Solomon N Jacobs
Sundays.
6 45 a m Morning Prayer
7 no a in Holy Eucharist and Sermon
3:00 p-m Church School
6 00 nm Evening Song. Thursdays
7:00 a.m Holy Communion (Also Holy
)ajr and Sainl Days.)
7-ii nm Evening Prayei. Friday
5:006:00 p.m. Prayer Guild
, :io u m Chi.ii Rehearsal
8 30 p.m St Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion at 10:45 a m on the
1-30 p.m Solemr r "ong
Hit. ...JO
SI. Christopher'
The Rev Antonio (Jchoa
7 30am Choral Eucharist
10:00 a.m Church School
6 00 o m Solemn Evensong
Thursday and Holy Day* H.C 7:00
i in
Wednesday and Holy Day 8 30 a m
Holy Communion
irirsi Sunday nf every month.
Lutheran
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Tea Church of the Lutheran Hour"
H. T. Bcrnthai. Pastor
830 Balboa Road. Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Claas V am..
Kor?n.lf> *"vlc' 1:15 am-, -Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good." A
friendly welcome awaits aU visitors Pot-
luck suoper second Sunday each month
IS Pm.. game night, fourth Sunday
i.M p.m. The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extends a cor-
dlal welcome to all militar oersonnal
Methodist
THE METHODIST CHURCH
(British Conference I
Minute* Kev. G. Herbert Moon
00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
4:00 Men Meeting.
7:13 o.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
7th Street and Melndej Avenue.
Coln. RJ>.
Rev. Norman Pratt. MlnUtei
Sunday Service at 9:30 a.m and 7:15
p.m.; Sunday School for all ago at 3
D.m.
Monday 7J0 p.m.. Weekly Prayer
Meeting.
EBF.VEZER METHODIST CHURCH
Siver City. C.Z.
Rev. Norman Pratt. Minuta*
Sunday Services 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m
Sunday School for all ages al 8:30 p.m
Tuesday 7:30 pm. Prayer Meeting
Jewish
Jewish Welfare Board. Blilg J92-X. La
Boca Road. Balboa CZ Rabbi Nathan
Witkin director
Services on Friday / :S0 pm
(See also listings of Jewish ehvlce-
indei Posts Bases and Sudona I
Congregation Kol Shearlth Israel Ave
nlda Cuba and 3*th Street. Bella Vkrta
o.inama City Rabbi Harry A Merleld
Services on Friday, 8 p ra
Salvation Army
Panama City. Calle 13 da remero
Services at 11 a in and 7:30 p.m iMal-
r Wilsoni. Sundsy School at 1 pm
La Boca: Services at 11 a m and 7:St.
ini. Sunday School al 3:30 p.m
Red Tank: Service al 7:30 o.m Sunday
'chool al 3:00 o.m
Colon. iih Streei
Service at ........ Ham 7:30pm
Sunday School al........ 3:00 Dm
Coln, 3rd Street
Service at .... II am A /JO D.m
Sllvei City
Service al ................. i JO p.m
Sunday School at ...........3:30 Dm
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SID*
"'liilrsliini
lUR'l AMADOU
Sunday School................ 9:13
Morning Worship................ 10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School, Bldg 154 ...... 9:00
Morning Worship .......... 10:15
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School ...............*, 10:00
Morning Worship ............... 11:00
A LB ROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School .................. :4S
Morning Worship ............... 10:45
Youth Group .................. 4:00
Servicemen's Hour........,..... 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship .............. 10'45
HQTRS 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Monlrng Worship ................. 9:15
Catholic
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mass .................... 7:30
Sunday Mass ................. 9:00
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Mass................... 7:45
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Mas ................... 10:30
FORT KOBBE
Dally Mass ..................... 7:30
Sunday Masses ......... 8:00* 900
i.-.TII NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mass ................... 7:45
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday Mass ................. 9:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mas* ..................... 8:30
Sunday Masses .......... 7:45 A 8:45
Jewish
ALBROOK AlB FORCE BASE
Saturday ....................... 5 00
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday ................ 4:09
FORT KOBBE
Thursday ...................... 7:00
IWB, Balboa. C.Z.
Friday...................... 7:30
ATLANTIC SIDE
Proteslani
HiK'l OAV1S
Protestant Worship Service...... 9 00
Min i liI LICK
Sunday School .................. 9 09
Morning Worship ............... 10:00
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sunday School .......... 930
Protestant Worship Service.....11:1*
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Mass ................... 10:00
TORT GULICK
Sunday Mas ................... 9:00
COCO SOLO
Sunday Maw .................... 9:00
Jewuh
FORT GULICK
Tuesday ........................ :0O
Other Churches
And Services
II Ml \ I I INI Ml
Apartment I Lux Building. J4th Streei
Panam Mondav: Lecture and Dl-
cumiati *00 o.m-
Church ol Jesus Christ ol Laltei Day
Saints l Mormon I Balboa. CZ
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Service 10:30 a.m _
Al JWB Armed Force* Service* Canter
on La Boca Road
CHURCH OF UHKIBT
0851 Balboa Road. Balboa
W Harland Dllbeck. Cvangelln
Telephone 2-3602
SUNDAY SERVICES
Bible Clases lot all age* ----- ill 00 am
Preaching and Communion .. 10:45 a m
Preaching and Communion .. 7:00 om
MIDWEEK SERVICES
Bibie Study ...... Wednesday 7:00 pm
Ladles' Bible Claa Thursday 1:1! om
CHURCH Ot CHRISTOld Cristobal
SUNDAYS.
W meet in'the American Legion Han
in front ol ihe.C'lubhous*
Morning Worship 10:45 a.m
Visitors welcome
Ladles Bible Study al Gatun
Phone Gatun 416 o* It Cullck 309
l I It I MH PROTLS-l ANT
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaulaln William H Blah-
Sunday School ............... 9:45
Morning Worship................ 11*0
Young People's Service ......... 8:4
Evening Worship ............... 7*0
Prayer Meeting Thursday ....... 7*0
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 Dm and Saturday J am
OLD l M IKil It CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No I
Holy EucharUt: Sunday al i:30 a.m.
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and rnursdav
1 JO a m
Sacrament ol Unction (Healing Ser-
vice i First Sunday of each month at
130 om
Mount H.libel Christian Chare
Panama. R.P
Rt Rev r. James. D D Bishop
ufficlanung.
Morning Worship M....... *-*0 *m
Holy Communion at........ 0:30 am
Fellowship Worship- at...... 11*0 am
Bible Reading al .......... 1:00 pm
Divine Service al ......... 7:00 D.m
Sermon al................. 0:00 om
Holy Communion at ...... 9 (10 o m
BalbM-Amaaet Beotl USO Clek
Nan-DennminalVen
V*pei Sei vice at 1:15 p.m. Sundays
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PANAMA, R. P., SBADO, AGOSTO 11. 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
Tropas peruanas atacan guarnicin del Ecuador
Ser la ltima reunin ?
Despees de varios dias de suspendidas las negociaciones por la presencia de tropas comunistas
armadas en la ciudad de Kaesong. sede de las negociaciones para el cese de fuero en Corea,
los delegados comunistas entran a la sala de conferencias para continuar las negociaciones.
Sin embargo, las negociaciones continan estancadas debido a que ninguno de los dos bandos
quiere ceder en sus puntos de vista obre el establecimiento de una tona neutral en Corea.
Los comunistas insisten en que la zona neutral sea trazada a lo largo del Paralelo 38. mientras
que los delegados de lag Naciones Unidas se mantienen firmes en oue sta debe estar basada
en las presentes posiciones de combate. En la reunin de hov el Vice-Almirante Joy trat du-
ramente a los comunistas v les dijo que todo Indicaba que ellos haban asistido a las confe-
rencias slo a exigir y no a negociar. A pesar de que el "impasse" provocado por la demar-
cacin de la zona neutral Neva ya once dias y no se vislumbra una solucin, los delegados
acordaron reunirse nuevamente maana. Ser esa la ltima reunin de donde saldr la orden
para que la guerra Coreana se desarrolle en gr an escala acercndonos a pasos agigantados a
la tercera guerra mundial?
En libertad bajo fianza el
Dr. Julio Boyd, declara que
probar cargos contra Gmez
E! juez. Cuarto del Circuito,
Manuel Burgos, concedi esta
maana fianza de excarcelacin
al doctor Julio E. Boyd, Indi-
cado en la Investigacin que
adelanta el Fiscal Primero del
Circuito, Licenciado Alejandro
Cajar, en relacin a la denun-
cia presentada por el Gerente
del Seguro Social sobre unos
equipos y medicamentos no en-
tregados a esa institucin.
El doctor Julio E. Boyd de-
posit una fianza de 1,000 bal-
boas decretndose su libertad
provisional hasta tanto se re-
suelva esta investigacin.
En las Indagatorias rendidas
por el doctor Boyd ante el
Fiscal Cajar, ste implica al
Mayor Lezcano Gmez como la
persona que compraba y len-
dia los equipos y medicamentos
al Seguro Social por Interme-
dio de la firma Servicios Den-
tales, S. A.
A las preguntas Interpuestas
por el Fiscal Cajar, el doctor
Bovd respondi lo siguiente:
Interrogado: Qu documento
existe en que se pueda com-
probar o constatar Ja verdad
de sus aseveraciones?
Contest: La prueba la pre-
sentar a su debido tiempo.
Interrogado: En qu consista
la comisin que perciba del
Los peritos rindieron ya su
informe sobre un accidente
ocurrido en la transstmica
Lo nicos responsables son C. Anderson y Eusta-
cio M. Falquez por manejar a alta velocidad
Panameo muerto
en accin en Corea
Rindieron su Informe hoy loa
peritos nombrados por el Fiscal
Tercero del Circuito, para que
hicieran un estudio del acal-
den* ocurrido en la transstmi-
ca el domingo en la madruga Ja
y en el cual muri una dama
norteamericana.
De acuerdo con el infu.Tne
presentado por *' capitn Aiis-
tides M. Hassan, del Depaita-
mento del Trnsito, y el scuor
Benigno Cabrera, peritos nom-
brados por el Fiscal Tercero, es-
tos llegaron a la conclusin que
del primer accidente "el nico
responsable fu el seor C. An-
derson por no detener la na'.
ct.a del vehculo por l opera-
do cuando advirti las lucc en-
cendidas del carro gra en la
carretera".
En relacin al segundo acci-
dente en el cual quedaron en-
vueltos cuatro automviles atas,
cuando fueron golpeados por un
camin cargado de cemento, te
pudo constatar "que debiao &
poca precaucin y negligencia
del conductor del camin car-
gado de cemento, seor Euota-
co Manuel Falquez, al oneiar
dicho "trailer" a mayor velo-
cidad de la permitida, se debi
este segundo accidente", Que.
tiajo como saldo tres heios
ms.
1 Procurador sostiene que
debe mantenerse el servicio
de los Defensores de Oficio
Enva al Secretario de Gobierno y Justicia una in-
teresante nota sosteniendo la conveniencia
de sostener este servicio
De acuerdo con carta enviada
por el Procurador General de la
Nacin, Lie. V. A. de Len S. al
secretario del Ministerio de Go-
bierno y Justicia, Seor Arman-
do Moreno G., este funcionarlo
pide que se restituyan las parti-
das para el pago de sueldos de
los Defensores de Olido de los
Tribunales Superiores y de Cir-
cuito.
La nota es del tenor siguiente:
Panam, 10 de agosto de 1951.
Seor
Secretario del Ministerio
de Gobierno y Justicia
Presente.
Seor Secretarlo:
Recib su atento oficio de fe-
cha tres do los corrientes, en el
La Danza del Fuego
se exhibir el da
martes a la prensa
Auspiciada por la Embajada
Argentina, se exhibir la pe-
lcula "La Danza del Fuego",
remiada en Buenos Aires en el
eatro Bella Vista, el prximo
martes 14, de acuerdo con In-
formacin suministrada a nues-
tro diario por funcionarlos de
la Embajada.
A esta exhibicin, donde se
fiodr apreciar el adelanto de
a industria cinematogrfica de
la Repblica Argentina, estn
Invitados los miem b r o s del
Cuerpo Diplomtico, altos fun-
cionarlos pblicos y la prensa.
cual me comunica "que en el
Presupuesto de Gastos de la ac-
tual vigencia, han sido elimina-
das las partidas para el pago de
sueldos de los Defensores de
Ofl;io de los Tribunales Supe-
riores y de Circuitos".
Refirindome a esa medida,
estimo un deber manifestar al
Ministerio que resulta de evi-
dente inconveniente para la ad-
ministracin de Justicia.
De conformidad con el artcu-
lo 2016 del Cdigo Judicial,
cuando' se notifica a un acusa-
do el auto de llamamiento a Jui-
cio y "manifiesta necesitar De-
fensor, pero que no tiene a
quien nombrar, se lo nombrar
el Tribunal". Lo dispuesto en es-
ta norma se explica fcilmente,
porque no es posible que exista
y tenga validez jurdica un pro-
cesado penal sin que se ofrezca
de modo amplio al procesado
la oportunidad de su defensa.
Tomando en cuenta ese prin-
cipio y en vista de las dificul-
tades insuperables que con fre-
cuencia surgan con motivo de
la prctica establecida por el
mismo Cdigo de confiar las de-
fensas en los casos indicados a
los abogados que ejercieran su
profesin ante el Tribunal res-
pectivo en forma onerosa, dis-
puso el legislador instituir los
Defensores de Oficio, como fun-
cionarlos al servicio del Estado,
mediante la retribucin que
consider adecuada. Tales De-
fensores han venido actuando
desde hace largos aos, y sus
servicios, como auxiliares de los
tribunales, han tenido induda-
(Paaa a la Pac b. Col. f)
Recibirn cheques
comedores de las
escuelas pblicas
Tan pronto sean remitidos a
la Inspeccin Provincial de E-
ducacion los nombres de los Te-
soreros de los Comits de
medores Escolares o de
maestras de Economa Domsti-
ca, segn sea el caso, se girarn
flas rdenes pertinentes para
que los cheques de comedores
escolares lleguen a las distintas
escuelas.
En esta forma qued resuelto
el "impasse" que existia en re-
lacin con el subsidio que da
el Fondo Municipal de Edu-
cacin a los comedores escola-
res, en reunin que celebraron
ayer en la maana el Auditor
Municipal, el Presidente de la
Junta Municipal de Educacin y
el Inspector Provincial de Edu-
cacin.
Mayor Gmez?
Contest: La comisin con-
sista en dinero en efectivo y,
se refiere a los medicamentos,
pues en cuanto a los equipos
yo se los venda al Mayor G-
mez.
Interrogado: Saba alguna
persona viva, sobre la transac-
cin' que el Mayor Gmez hizo
con usted, como dueo de Ser-
vicios Dentales, en lo relaciona-
do al suministro de medica-
mentos y equipos para la Caja
del 8eguro Social?
Contest: La pregunta que
se me hace la responder con
pruebas a su debido tiempo.
El lunes iniciase
la semana dedicada
a fiesta del maz
8e inicia el lunes la semana
del maz, fiesta tradicional de
la Escuela Profesional, con a
coronacin de S. M. Yolanda la.
a las 8 p.m. El acto estar a
cargo de la seorita Ramona
Lefevre, gran benefactoia del
reino, quien en gesto que la
enaltece don la pollera que lu-
cir la reina eri su primer dia
de reinado.
Un variado program i se ha
elaborado para esa noche con la
colaboracin de destacados ar-
tistas del Conservatorio Nacio-
nal y de la escuela de Ballet de
Gladys de Heurtematte. He aqu
el programa:
1Entrada de su Majestad
Galo Plaza dice
al Congreso que
no transigir
QUITO, agosto 11. (UP).
El Presidente Galo Plaza hizo
un llamamiento a- Argentina,
Brasil y Estados Unidos para
que ayuden a resolver los "se-
irlos desacuerdos" fronterizos
con Per y afirm que su Go-
bierno oo aceptar "una fron-
tera que no reconozca los Ina-
lienables derechos Amaznicos
I del Ecuador y proporcione una
salida propia soberao- al Rio
.Mar.ilion".
Plaza, en su mensaje al Con-
greso Nacional sobre su tercer
ao de Presidencia se refiri n
los problemas fronterizos con
Per, diciendo que "la defensa
del derecho territorial del Ecua-
Yolanda la. y su Corte de Ho-dr ha constituido la preocu-
pacin permanente de mi Go-
bierno'.
or.
2Coronacin de su Majestad
Co- Yolanda la. Reina del Maz de
los | 1951, por su Magestad Trona la.
Reina de la Pollera
3"Alocucin" nor su Majes-
tad Yolanda la. Reina.del Maz
de 1951.
4"Pajeslto Faran" baile es-
Eaol por Natalia Sucre, (cola-
oracin de la Escuela de Ba-
llet de Gladys de Heurtematte).
5"Bunde Antloqueo' (po-
pular) "Pasillo Colombiano"
Luis A. CalvoManuel Fuster
al plano. (Colaboracin del
Conservatorio Nacional de M-
sica v Declamacin i.
8"Mazurca"Baile por VII-
ma Cecilia Garcia.Colabora-
(Pasa a la Pac. 6. Col. 4>
Csar A. Talavera
En cable transmitido por el
Departamento de Guerra de los
Estados Unidos a la seora Cla-
ra Henriquez, residente en Calle
15 Este de esta ciudad, se anun-
cia que su hijo, el soldado C-
sar Augusto Talavera, fue muer-
to en accin en la guerra de
Corea el dia 8 de septiembre
de 1950.
Segn el Departamento de
Guerra de los Estados Unidos,
el joven Talavera se perdi en
accin durante la batalla del
da 8 de septiembre en el Norte
de Corea, pero luego se pudo
certificar que haba muerto ese
mismo da.
El Joven Talavera naci en!
la ciudad de Panam el 15 de
septiembre de 1931, y sall ha-
ca los Estados Unidos a hacer
estudios de mecnica de avia-
cin. Mientras continuaba sus
estudios en en ese pais, decidi j
Ingresar al Ejrcito norteame-
ricano y luego se le orden
unirse al Ejrcito de las Na-1
clones Unidas que combaten en
Corea.
De acuerdo con las Informa-
ciones del Departamento de
Guerra, el joven Talavera ha
sido el nico panameo muer-
to en accin en la guerra de !
Corea.
El joven Talavera era hijo del |
seor Csar Talavera j la seo-
ra Clara Henrique/.. Curs es- i
tudios primarios en la escuela
Estados Unidos, al recibir su
diploma de terminacin de es- '
tudios primarios, sigui a los
Estados Unidos, donde curs sus'
estudios secundarios.
Al terminar sus estudios se-
cundarios, hizo estudios de me-
cnica de aviacin. Al cumplir
los IR aos se enlist en el
Ejrcito de los Estados Unidos,
donde permaneci por dos aos
antes de ser enviado a Corea (
con el Ejrcito de las Naciones j
Unidas.
Expresamos nuestra nota de,
condolencia a sus familiares por
la muerte de su hijo, quien o-
frecl su vida luchando por la
libertad con los ejrcitos alia-
dos.
Para conseguir la paz hablan
los negociadores el lenguaje
duro que antecede a la pelea
BASE DE AVANZADA, Corea, Agosto 11 (UP)
El Jefe de la delegacin de las Naciones Unidas en
las conferencias para el cese de fuego en Corea acu-
s a los comunistas en su cara de "haberle tirado la
puerta" al armisticio de Corea.
Dijo el Vice-Almirante Joy en sus declaraciones:
"Ustedes no han venido para parar la lucha. Ustedes
no han venido para negociar el armisticio. Ustedes
han venido aqu a pedir el precio el precio polti-
co por el cual estn dispuestos a vender al pueblo
de Corea una pausa en su dolor. Ustedes vinieron aqu
slo a exigir y no a negociar una solucin".
El comunicado de las Naciones Unidas deca que
los comunistas haban rechazado bruscamente "los
esfuerzos aliados para encontrarle una solucin al
problema de la zona neutral" en la reunin de hoy.
Los rojos volvieron a insistir que cualquier zona
neutral tena que ser establecida a lo largo del Pa-
ralelo 38. Esto significara el retiro de las fuerzas
aliadas de Corea del Norte.
En el ms fuerte lenguaje que haya usado Joy
en la mesa de conferencias, dijo a los comunistas que
"su inflexible punto de vista" haba "tirado la puer-
ta" a todos los intentos de las Nociones Unidas de
lograr algn progreso en las negociaciones de
armisticio.
La reunin de hoy fu la 11* en la cual los rojos
se han negado cesar en su demanda de que la zona
neutral sea establecida a lo largo del Paralelo 38. Si
los comunistas insisten en esa demanda es casi se-
guro que las conversaciones.sobre el armisticio fra-
casen del todo.
Cuando termin la reunin de hoy, el Jefe de la
delegacin comunista, General Nam II pareca bas-
tante disgustado al salir de la sala de conferencias.
Sali con paso firme del edificio y sostena una con-
versacin animada con un miembro de su delegacin.
En la reunin de hoy Jo nico que se acord fu
volverse a reunir maana a las once del da.
hi Presidente le calaron-
mente aplaudido cuando dijo
que no estaba dispuesto a tran-
sigir en cuanto a los derechos
del Ecuador.
Los observadores locales In-
terpretaron las palabras de Pla-
za como una contestacin al
discurso del Presidente del Pe-
ru, Manuel Odria, pronunciado
con motivo de la fiesta nacio-
nal de ese pas en que dijo
que Per exigira el cumpli-
miento fiel del Protocolo de Rio
y no aceptara revisin alguna
del mismo.
1 Ecuador hace el anuncio
oficialmente informando que
el ataque fue por dos puntos
Las guarniciones peruanas de Chimara y La Vic-
toria abrieron fuego sobre los puestos fron-
terizos de (ualingo y Morero
QUITO, Agosto 11 (UP) Se ha anunciado oficial-
mente que tropas Peruanas atacaron las guarniciones
ecuatorianas de Gualingo y Morero en la regin fronteri-
za de Zumba, Provincia de.Loja los das 9 y 10 de Agosto.
El Ministerio de Defensa dijo que "con relacin a las
noticias que han venido circulando sobre choques fronte-
rizos, haba recibido partes telegrficos informando que
las guarniciones Peruanas de Chimara y LaVictoria haban
abierto fuego sobre las guarniciones Ecuatorianas de Gua-
lingo y Morero en la regin de Zumba en la noche del 9
y la maana del 10 de Agosto".
"El Ministro de Defensa no tiene hasta el momento
detalles de lo sucedido y espera informaciones ms am-
plias en las prximas horas".
La poblacin de Zumba se encuentra a 160 kilme-
tros de Loja, capital de la Provincial Austral y dista 25
kilmetros de la lnea fronteriza del Per.
Protesta la Asociacin Mdica
Nacional por el nombramiento
de dos facultativos en David
\
ULTIMA HORA
QUITO, Agosto 11 (UP) En
relacin con el serlo incidente
1 fronterizo, fuentes autorizadas
Informaron que en un nuevo ata-
que llevado esta madrugada por
; tropas peruanas a puestos fron-
' terios ecuatorianos de Morero
Jy Gualingo, se registraron dos
I muertos y dos heridos graves.
La actual controversia se re-
, fiere a las zonas fronteriaas de
Lagartococha y Ros Santiago y
, Zamora.
Esta zona es de gran importan-
ca porque proporciona una sali-
', da al Rio Amazonas por el Ro
Maran.
En su llamamiento de ayre el
Presidente Galo Plaza, afirm
que el Ecuador no puede aceptar
la frontera que ignora su "dere-
cho inalienable" a tener libre ac-
ceso al Amazonas.
Por otra parte, el gobierno
ecuatoriano protest ante el Pe-
r por los ataques de que fueron
objetos sus guarniciones en Gua.
lingo y Morero de la regin Zum-
ba por parte de las tropas perua-
nas durante los dias 9, II y 11
de los corrientes.
El Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores, seor Ponce. cit al En-
cargado de Negocios del Per se-
or Manuel Carpi, para entre-
garle esa protesta. Igualmente la
Cancillera entreg copla de la
protesta a los representantes di-
plomticos de aqu de los pases
mediadores, que son Argentina,
Brasil v Estados Unidos.
Rescataron a nio
al que casi se lo
traga la tierra
La polica de Balboa rescat
ayer al menor de doce aos de !
edad. Ferdinand James Jr.,;
quien se encontraba Jugando en |
los lodazales del rea ci Gavi-
ln, quedando enterrado en el,
lodo hasta la cintura. -
Un vecino de esa rea llamo
a la polica, presentndose va-
rios agentes al lugar a la una'
de la tarde. Inmediatamente los
policas le tiraron una cuerda
al nio, pero parece que ste
se encontraba demasiado asus-
tado o muy dbil psra asirse
de ella, por lo que optaron ha-
cer una especie de puente con
tablones para llegar hasta el
menos.
En reunin celebrada anoche
por la Asociacin Mdica Na-
cional se resolvi protestar e-
nrglcamente por los nomura-
mlentos recaidos en los dOvtp-
res Jaime L. Barraza y Evelyn
K. de Barraza jefes del Depar-
tamento de Ciruga y del De-
partamento de Ginecologa cid
Hospital Provincial Jos Do*lo-
go de Obaldia de David respec-
tivamente.
Debido a estos nombramirn-
tos los doctores Gonzlez Kulz
y J. Cuestas han presentado re-
nuncia de sus cargos en el Hos-
pital Jos Domingo de Abaldia.
que haban desempeado des'le
nace ms de seis aos
Por tal motivo la Asociacin
Mdica Nacional ha expedido la
siguiente resolucin:
Panam Agosto 11. 1951
La Asociacin Mdica Nacio-
nal de la Repblica de Panama
en su sesin ordinaria del 10 de
Agosto de 1951 aprob por una-
nimidad la siguiente resolucin:
La Asociacin Mdica Nacio-
nal de la Repblica
CONSIDERANDO.-
1. Que por reciente decre-
te del rgano Ejecutivo han si-
do nombrados los doctores Jaime
L. Barraza y Evelyn K. de Bn-
naza, Jefe del Departamento
de Ciruga y del Departamento
de Ginecologa del Hospital
Provincial Jos Domingo de O-
balda de David, respectiva-
mente.
2. Que estos nombramientos
violan disposiciones vigentes del
Cdigo Sanitario y del Deacto
Orgnico que rige los hospitales
provinciales, porque los favore-
cidos no llenan todava los n-
quisitos que esas disposiciones
exigen para ocupar diC.oa
cargos.
l>. Que estos nombramientos
no fueron hechos de ------)<|f]
con el Codito Sanitario que
ala terminantemente que oe-
be-n ser efectuados con el con-
sentimiento del Director da
Salud Pblica
4. Que hechos de esta na-
turaleza constituyen una sena
amenaza contra la salud puuii-
ca al trastornar estos ser via js
del Estado.
5. Que dichos nombramien-
tos han causado una fuete
reaccin de protesta entre la
ciudadana de Chlrlqu, mani-
festada a esta Asociacin, teic-
gi ticamente por los directores
de los rganos de publleidad pe-
riodsticas y radiales.
RESUELVE:
Elevar respetuosamente su
ms enrgica protesta al rga-
no Ejecutivo por la expedicin
del Decreto mencionada y soli-
citar la reconsideracin del mu-
rcio declarando su nulidad.
'Por la Asociacin Mdica Na-
cional de la Repblica de
Panam
Antonio Gonzlez Bevilla, MI).
Presidente
Osvaldo Velasquez F, MD>
Secretario
Qued resuelta la crisis de
Francia anoche al aprobar la
Asamblea el nuevo Gabinete
El Primer Ministro Pleven obtuvo una mayora de
390 votos contra 222 de los comunistas y
DeGaulliitai


PARIS, agosto 11 (UP).
La crisis poltica de Francia
termin cuando la Asamblea
Nacional aprob el Gabinete
centrista del Premier Rene Pie-
ven.
Pleven Obtuvo 390 votos en
favor contra 222, siendo stos
de los comunistas y los segu-
dores del General De Gaulle.
El nuevo Gobierno de Francia
es el siguiente: Rene Plevpn,
Primer Ministro; Georges Bi-
dault, viee-Premier y Ministro
de Defensa Nacional: Rene Ma-
yer, segundo vice-Premier y Mi-
nistro de Finanzas; Robert
Schumann. Ministro de Relacio-
nes Exteriores; Maurice Pets-
che. Ministro de Estado; Henry
Quellle. Ministro de Estado: Ed-
gar Faure. Ministro de Justicia;
Charles Brue, Ministro del In-
terior; Maurice Bourges, Minis-
tro de Fuerzas Armadas y Ar-
mamentos: Louis Jacquinot, Mi-
nistro de Territorios; Jean Le-;
tourneau. Ministro de Estados
Asociados: Andre Marie. Minis-
tro de Educacin; Antoine Pl-
nay. Ministro de Trabajo P-
blico: Paul Antier, Ministro de
Agricultura; Robert Buron. Mi- ]
nlstro de Informacin: Ar.dre
Morice. Ministro de Marina; Jo- i
seph Lana], Ministro de Co-1
rreos; Paul Bacon, Ministro de
Trbalo: Pierre Courant, Minis-
tro de Presupuestos; Claudii
Petit, Ministro de Reconstruc-
cin; Mean Marie Louvel, Mi-
nistro de Produccin Industrial
y Energa; Emmanuel Temple,
Ministro de Veteranos; Pierre
Pflimin. Ministro de Comercio;
Paul Rlbcyre. Ministro de Salud
Pblica: Andre Cornue, Minis-
tro de Artes.
Muri un golfista
en eS momento de
hacer el hueco 13
A las diez y media de la ma-
ana de hoy muri en el Club
ce Golf de Panam el sear Ko-
cert A Getman, empleado p i\
Zona del Canal. El seor Get-
con un grupo de amigos que
man se encontraba Jugando jjlf
participaban en el torneo pa-
trocinado por ESSO.
Al llegar al hueco trece e! s?-
or Getman sufri un ataque
repentino del corazn murjn-
cio antes de que llegaran .
ldo los mdicos de la Clnica
San Fernando. El cadver le
trasladado Inmediatamente al
Gorgas por una ambulancia uel
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EL PROGRAMA PARA CONSTRUCCIN DE
VIVIENDAS DEL "BUR"
En nuestra edicin de ayer publicamos una
fotografa del tipo de casas cuya construccin es-
t patrocinando el Raneo de Urbanizacin y Re-
habilitacin, comnmente conocido por la sigla
BUR. Asimismo se publicaron algunos detalles re-
lacionados con el programa que se propone" reali-
zar, en ese aspecto de viviendas modestas, la men-
cionada institucin.
Segn se ha dicho, despus de eliminar soli-
citudes que no han llenado los requisitos estable-
cidos por el 'BUR, se han aceptado ya ciento cin-
cuenta y una solicitudes, las cuales, como es sabi-
do, favorecen a familias de limitados recursos eco-
nmicos, ya que estas casas se venden mediante pa-
gos mensuales de trece y quince balboas.
Sera muy conveniente desde el punto de vis-
ta social, econmico y sa v-io, que, el Banco de
Urbanizacin y Rehabilitacin continuara estudian-
do las posibilidades de incrementar este fundamen-
tal aspecto de sus atribuciones. Las casas que han
construido en el sector de Juan Daz llenan, en tr-
minos generales, a ju/.gar por la descripcin de
ellas y las condiciones que ha sealado el Banco,
las necesidades de muchas familias pobres, las cua-
les encontrarn con esta oportunidad un alero que,
con el tiempo, ser propia mediante el cumplimien-
to de las obligaciones respectivas.
El problema de la vivienda en Panam es muy
complejo y, por consiguiente, requiere de institu-
ciones como el Banco de Urbanizacin y Rehabili-
tacin un adecuado estudio y, sobre todo, un plan
que consulte la realidad del pas para los efectos
de su solucin.
Seguramente la comunidad ver con simpata
todo esfuerzo que se haga para impulsar esa pol-
tica del BUR, con la cual, a no dudarlo, se aliviar
un dcco la falta de viviendas adecuadas para la
gente pobre. Por eso es de esperarse que el refer*
U- Banco intensifique su labor, hasta donde ello
sea posible, para realizar el cometido social que
;le corresponde dentro del engranaje estatal.
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: Los depsitos de tungsteno son los que
gobiernan la lnea de cese de fuego en Corea; un pe-
riodista de Nueva Orleans est experimentando con
la Declaracin de Independencia.
CUDRUPLE POTENCIA
con c
i floema
El nuevo insecticida FLIT, de accin
instantnea y efecto duradero, e de
cudruple accin porque contiene:
DDT y CLORDANO.para
efectos duraderos.ISOBORNIL
y PIRETRINAS,para matar
insectos instantneamente.
WASHINGTON. l'ns de
las razones del "Impasse" en
las conferencias para el cese
de furto en Corea es que
unos depsitos del valioso tuga
teo se encuentran en la ju-
gada. Sin el tungsteno corea-
no, este pas no tendr su-
ficiente cantidad de este mi-
neral para fabricar mquinas
a retropropulsin, proyectiles
anti-tanques y an, mas im-
portante, para suplir las ne-
cesidades atmicas.
La extensin de tierra en
manos de las fuerzas del Ge-
neral Rldgway al Norte del
Paralelo 38 contienen ricos
depsitos de tugsteno. Esta es
una de las razones por la cual
se le ha ordenado a Ridgway
que se mantenga firme. Ade-
ms, la mayor mina de tungs-
teno del mundo libre se en-
cuentra en Sangdon, a menos
de ti millas al Sur del Para-
lelo S.
Esta es otra razn por la cual
Ridgway quiere una linea de
defensa mas firme al Norte del
Paralelo 38. para mantener a
los comunistas lo ms lejos c<-
'pueda de Sangdon.
La escasez de tungsteno ca
tan grave que hemos enviado
equipo de mlneria a Corea a
fin de aumentar la produccin
en la mina de Sangdon y abrir
nuevas minas al Norte del Pa-
ralelo 38.
No es ningn secreto que
este pas sufre una escases
de dos millones de libras de
tungsteno para las necesida-
des civiles. Normalmente, Es-
tados inicios consume cerca
de 14 millones de libras al
ao, para la fabricacin de
herramientas para cortar me-
tales.
Esta cantidad no incluye el
tungsteno que se necesita ur-
gentemente para la fabricacin
de mquinas a retropropulsin,
proyectiles antl-lanqces y ener-
ga atmica. En resumidas
cuentas, nuestra guerra anti-
tanques depende de estos pro-
jectiles que no pueden ser fa-
bricados sin tungsteno.
Los rusos saben que la ma-
yor cantidad de tungsteno que
nosotros podemos conseguir es-
te ao son unas 12 millones de
libras, a menos que las minas
coreanas sean puestas a pro-
ducir en gran escala.
NotaNuestro Gobierno ha
recibido lecienleraente varias
misteriosas ofertas da tungs-
teno portugus. Todas las o-
fertas mencionan la misma
cantidad, 3,000 libras. Los es-
pertciK norteamericanos sos-
pechan que estos son teos
rusos, quienes pueden estarse
preparando a cambiar tungs-
teno por materiales crticos
que necesita la Unin Sovi-
tica.
l)fc. I.AKAl ION l)t
INDEPENDENCIA
Dos peridicos han hecho un
experimento pidindole a los
norteamericanas que firmen una
peticin que no contiene otra
cosa que la Declaracin de In-
deponcii i ca y las enmiendas
origlnalu de la Constitucin de
lofrlante resultado obtenido por
el "Capital Times" de Madison,
is. De todas maneras, los re-
sultadas demostraron cuntos
ciudadanos norteamericanos o
han olvidado los preceptos ins-
piradores de los padres de la
patria, o tienen miedo de expre-
sar ideas liberales.
He aqu algunas de las re-
acciones obtenidas por el re-
portero Alien Johnson cuan-
do circul la Declaracin de-
Independencia y la Carta de
Derechos en Nueva Orleans:
"Tres hombres", inform
Johnson, "me llamaron comu-
nista. Uno dijo que su fami-
lia estaba trabajando con el
Gobierno y que no quera me-
ternos en un lo. listed sabe
cmo el FBI investiga estas
. cosas".
Otro ley las declaraciones
de Jefferson: "Cuando una
forma de Gobierno se con-
vierte en destructora de estos
principios, es el deber del
pueblo alterarla o abolira..."
"Eso me suena a ruso", di-
jo el hombre.
Una ama de casa no estu-
ve' de acuerdo con la en-
mienda de la constitucin que
garantiza la libertad de pren- -
s y de palabra.
"Debiera revisarse esa par-
te", dijo ella. "Va hay dema-
siada habladura". Por su-
puesto, rehuso firmar.
Nosotros sugerimos que el
i Senador Joe McCarthy, quien
ha* hecho circular miles de
copias de sus discursos a cos-
ta del pueblo, debiera hacer
circular la Declaracin de In-
dependencia. Es posible que
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
En esta seccin daremos cabida a todas aquellas cartas
que m noa dir1 jan, **bre tpicos de Inters general
que no in demasiado extensa*.
Para su publicacin hemos protestar.
recibido la siguiente carta:
Panam, agosto 7 de 1991.
Don Arcello Ramirez Hudson
Pdte. del Concejo de Coln
Coln.
Seor Presidente:
Despus de leer y analizar el
escrito publicado en La Estrella
de Panam de hoy, 7 de agosto
y suscrito por usted en su ca-
rcter de presidente de esa Ins-
titucin, conceptuamos que de-
bemos aclarar ciertos puntos
que aparentemente estn oscu-
ros:
1Noes cierto q' las personas
que no estamos de acuerdo con
el nombre de Isabel Herrera O.
3 Haremos un llamado a a-
quellas personas que desean
honrar la memoria de la seo-
rita Herrera que se unan a la
Asociacin de Ex-alumnas que
proyecta crear una beca en for-
ma permanente, la beca Isabel
Herrera O., para una alumna
pobre y distinguida. Esto, Indu-
dablemente, significara un pe-
queo sacrificio, pero qu im-
porta si con ello haramos ho-
nor a quien todo lo dl de
si para sus alumnas? Lo otro,
el cambio de nombre no Im-
plicara esfuerzo personal algu-
no, ya que la accin seria, co-
mo bien lo dice usted, "oficial"
para la Escuela Profeslonal [y de ninguna manera reflejo
seamos envidiosas ni desagra-
decidas. Nadie mejor que nos-
otras que recibimos la influen-
cia y guia de la seorita Isa-
bel Herrera O. (q.e.p.d.) valora-
del agradecimiento que vive en
los corazones de las ex-alumnas
de la que fuera insigne educa-
dora.
Para terminar, permtanos
Comunicado de la
Embajada Argentina
La Embajada de la Repbli-
ca Argentina desea hacer saber
al pueblo panameo que las no-
ticias publicadas por algunos
diarlos locales en das ante-
riores relativas a la propaga-
cin de una supuesta huelga
ferroviaria en Argentina y a
que el Presidente Pern hubie-
se Invocado por segunda vez
en el trmino de ocho meses
poderes de emergencia de tiem-
po de guerra para sofocarla, ca-
recen por completo de veracidad
y forman parte de una cam-
paa internacional tendiente a
desprestigiar al gobierno argen-
tino en el exterior.
mos su labor y deseamos hon-, manifestarle que el nombre que
rar su memoria. Prueba de ello queremos para nuestra escuela
es que algunas de las sugestio-
nes que surgieron a raiz de su
muerte en el seno de la Aso-
ciacin de Ex-alumnas de la
Escuela Profesional han sido
puestas en prctica, y si no se! fesional una larga vida y fruc-
han cumplido en su totalidad,! tifera labor, en la cual cada
ello se debe a" la falta de coope- uno de sus directores tratar
es el que ha tenido a travs de
los aos, y que es nuestra opi-
nin que instituciones como s-
ta evolucionan en el tiempo, que
auguramos a la Escuela Pro-
racin, precisamente, de aque-
llos que ahora nos califican du-
ramente.
A continuacin las sugestio-
nes aludidas:
a> Colocar un retrato al leo
en la escuela. Este fue entre-
gado en ceremonia especial el 9
de agosto de 1949, y colocado
en el Aula Mxima del plantel.
i) i Erigir un busto de la se-
orita Herrera en los jardines
de la entrada.
cu Obsequiar una canastilla
cada ao a una nia que naz-
ca el 14 de marzo, fecha de na-
cimiento de la seorita Herrera.
Esta canastilla, costeada por
ex-alumnas, fue entregada por
primera vez a una nia que
ella pueda contrarrestar el te- naci el 14 de marzo de 1949.
mor qae l ha Imbuido en la
mente del pueblo.
Eslfmase peligroso
reducir un programa
de auxilio de E.U.
WASHINGTON. Agosto 11
(UP. El Secretario de Es-
tado Dean Achesort declar que
cualquier reduccin que se'ha-
ga en el programa de ayuda
exterior de 8,500 millones ded -
lares "ser perjuidlclal a los
Intereses nacionales".
Acheson. en carta a
Richards. Presidente d la Co-
misin de Relaciones Exterio-
res de la Cmara de Repre-
sentantes, dijo que el programa
de ayuda "ya ha sido reducido
al mnimo" y q' cualquier nueva
rebaja "pondra en gran pe-
ligro el xito de nuestros es-
fuerzos" para fortalecer a Eu-
ropa y Asia.
di Donar una medalla de
de superarse y el esfuerzo y
la influencia de todos estarn
comprendidos en el nombre
"Escuela Profesional".
Atentamente,
Maria Luisa Echeverra, Mara
J. Jimnez de Torres, Maria Be-
renice Ruis G., Olga A. Charter,
Elvia Ruth Barrera, Delsa Pe-
rigault de de la Rosa, Delia Cor-
dones, Lilla King de Donato,
Bienvenida Sanchez, Melania
Arjona*
Panam, agosto 2 de 1951.
Sr. Director de
"El Panam Amrica"
Ciudad.
Seor Director:
Tengo a bien llevar a su co-
nocimiento que, en la tarde de
ayer, efectu su primera so-
dio, premio anual que se dar sin la Junta de Ajustes del or-
al alumno de la Escuela Pro-
fesional que se distinga por su
aprovechamiento, conducta y
cooperacin durante sus aos
de estudio. El Premio de Cul-
ganlsmo especial recientemente
creado por el Gobierno Nacio-
nal, denominado Direccin de
Precios y Abastos: y que, en-
tre otras cosas, resolvi solicitar
tura "Isabel Herrera O." fue de la prensa panamea, en for-
entregado por primera vez en ma muy encarecida, su estre-
la graduacin del ao pasado, cha colaboracin, a fin de que
e) Instituir la beca "Isabel
Herrera O." para una alumna
distinguida y pobre que haga
sus estudios de Segundo Ciclo
en la Escuela Profesional.
fi Hacer un estudio detalla-
do de la vida de esta educadora
y publicar un folleto que sera
distribuido en todas las biblio-
tecas y lugares apropiados para
oue las generaciones presentes
James v futuras conozcan su merlto-
sus labores puedan redundar en
positivo beneficio para la co-
munidad. Asimismo, decidi
brindar su decidida cooperacin
a los diarios del pais, mediante
la expedicin de boletines que
contengan un resumen de las
actividades llevadas a cabo por
la Junta, en cada una de sus
ra labor.
gl Construir 'una residencia
para estudiantes, de acuerdo
con el plan trazado por la se-
orita Otilia Jimnez S. en lla-
mado especial que hizo a un
grupo de ex-alumnas en su
residencia.
3Nos creemos en el deber
de comunicarle que la Escuela
Profesional de ninguna mane-
Richards rebaj en 550 mi- ra podra llamarse Escuela Pro-
fesional de Seoritas "Isabel
Herrera O." porque desde el ao
1948 existe coeducacin en ella
v seran los alumnos varones
del colegio los primeros en
llunc.s de dlares los fondos pa-
ra Europa y en 150 millones los
solicitados para Asia.
El Presidente de la Comisin
explic al presentar el proyec-
to, que apoyaba plenamente los
objetivos del programa pero que
como hasta ahora se ha pro-
gresado con relativa lentitud,
crea que las rebajas fueran
a causar perjuicios de impor-
tancia.
Estados Unirlos. El primero fue, especialmente en cuanto al re-
el Capital Times" de Madison, arme de pases europeos, l no
WiS., en el cual 111 de cada
112 personas rehusaron firmar.
'I sei-'ii'do fue el "New Orleans
Item" el cual 24 de cada 36
personas rehusaron firmar tam-
bin.
La peticin de Nueva Orleans
fue hecha circular despus que
el Presidente Truman y este co-
mentarista publicaron el esca-
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tor mis expresiones de gratitud
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El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TREN
------
Los franceses apresuran la
formacin de nuevo ejrcito
contra el comunismo en Asia
Por Gault MacGowan
(N.A.N.A.) ,
PARIS, agosto 11 (EPS).
El General de Lattre de Tasslg-'
ny, comandante en Jefe de lasj
fuerzas antlcomunistas en In-
dochina, es.ta apresurando la
Integracin del nuevo ejrcito
de Vietnam con las tropas
francesas, ante el temor, ex-
presado por el EmDerador Bao.'
Dai. de que si se firma un ar-'
mLstlcio en corea las hordas,
de "voluntarlos" chinos se lan-
cen contra el sureste de Asia.
El comandante francs ha:
adoptado la concepcin del
Pentgono en cuanto a eoui-;
pos de combate, organizando
cuadros de soldados franceses
y vietnameses, mezclados, ta
rpidamente como lo hacen po-1
sible los embarques de armas
norteamericanas que recibe.
Bao Dai ha firmado un de-
creto autorizando la moviliza-
cin de todos 'los recursos na-
dnales para luchar contra los i
comunistas, y de Lattre con-'
fa en que ser posible derro-;
tar de un modo decisivo a stos
antes de que terminen las hos-
tilidades en Cores.
Esta fase de estrecha coope-
racin entre las fuerzas fran-'
cesas y las de Vietnam ha sido
hecha posible por una conven-
clon firmada en diciembre pa-
gado en Saign.
En ese entonces se indic que
este era el primer paso en elj
camino hacia la organizacin;
Emplea Ud.
la misma
crema dental
que usaba
en 1948
4". '4

Dr trr !, u*ttd no M
tlti proUaitndo tirhitia-
mtnlt contri la cario*
nVcilil. put nt dent-
frico no tonlitnt Amo-
nio y Carbamida. Pora
la proteccin tfortiva
contri lo carica raijo
uoted I original
Amia--dent, hate do
omonio,... oa polvo
o n i
Distribuidores:
SASSO & CA.
Ave. Central #16 Tel. Z-09S8
de un ejrcito p*"'""'*1 -'>-
chino, pero es sabido que sta
comenz a u.mH.w .:
hace tres aos y que su u>u-
nizacin est mucho ms avan-
zada de lo que generalmente
se i supone.
Cuando se firm la conven-
cin, las fuerzas de Vietnam
consistan en doce batallones
de infantera, veinticuatro de
la guardia nacional, y servicios
auxiliares de ingeniera, hospi-
tales, etc. Muchas unidades de
infantera han estado en ac-
cin con los franceses desde
entonces, bajo un estado ma-
yor mezclado, en el que figuran
oficiales franceses y vietname-
ses.
Los franceses han organiza-
do tres academias militares,
con el fin de preparar oficia-
es nativos, y actualmente se
gradan en ellas un promedio
de doscientos cincuenta estu-
diantes cada semestre.
Tan pronto como los nuevos
oficiales estn disponibles, se
organizan nuevas unidades. Las
operaciones militares en gene-
ral estn a cargo del coman-
dante en jefe, que es el Gene-
ral Lattre, pero el estudio de
las mismas o lleva a cabo un
estado mayor en el que fini-
rn muchos oficiales indochi-
nos.
La meta ltima es organizar
un ejrcito nacional suficiente-
mente maduro para hacerse
cargo de la defensa de todas
las lineas de comunicaciones,
dejando a las tropas francesas
la responsabilidad de defender
las fronteras con China para
proteger los tres estados de
Tonkin, Annm y Cochinchina
que forman Vietnam. "Viet-
nam" es el antiguo nombre
annams de estos territorios.
En 1946 Bao Dai, aue enton-
ces era emperador de Tonkin,
no tenia ejrcito alguno. Las
maauinaciones comunistas es-
tuvieron a nunto de destruir
el nuevo rgimen Indochino en
sus primeros dias. La ayuda
norteamericana apenas lleg a
tiempo para salvarlo.
CASA A PRl'EBA DE POLVO Esta casa, co truda enteramente de aluminio, es a prueba
de polvo. El aire que en ella entra es filtrado por maquinarias de aire acondicionado, los
cuartos no tienen esquinas, las ventanas son curvas y estn hechas de plstico y el espacio
de la misma, equivale a una casa de cinco cuartos. '
Asistirn al Congreso del
Consejo Interamericano 200
delegados de toda Amrica
Eliminadas en E.U.
las restricciones
sobre el algodn
WASHINGTON, agosto 11.
"UP). El Secretario de Agri-
cultura, Charles Brannan. eli-
min todas las restricciones a
la cuanta de la exportacio-
nes de algodn despus que su
departamento predijo oue la co-
secha de este ao ser de 17.-
266.000 balas, es decir. 7.25*000
ms que el ao pasado y 5,236,-
000 ms que el promedio du-
rante el periodo comprendido
entre 1940 y 1949.
De acuerdo con disDosicln de
Brannan. no habr limit a las
cantidades de algodn aue po-
drn, exportarse bajo' el siste-
ma de nermisos de exportacin.
Sin embargo, se mantendr el
sistema de permisos para que
la Secretara de Agricultura
nueda mantenerse al tanto de
la situacin.
Alrededor de 200 delegados de
todos los pases americanos -
sistlrn a la Sesin Extraordi-
naria del Consejo lnteramtuca-
no Econmico y Social que se
inicia el 20 de asoslo en el Ho-
tel El Panam de esta ciudad.
La conferencia que est sien-
do organizada por la seorita
Carmen-Mir, del Departamento
de Censo y Estadstica, y el
seor Genaro Lince, jefe del
Departamento Interamericano y
relaciones con la Zona del Ca-
nal, durar de dos a tres se-
manas.
El Consejo Interamericano
Econmico y Social presentar
en la sesin preliminar el Te-
marlo de la Conferencia. El te-
mario para la prxima sesin
extraordinaria del Consejo es
el siguiente:
1Precios y Reservas Mone-
tarias:
AEfectos de la regulacin
de precies en la economa de
las Repblicas Americanas; y
medidas para su mejor fun-
cionamiento.
BMantenimiento del poder
adquisitivo de las monedas y las
reservas monetarias.
2Materias Primas y Produc-
tos Escasos.
Estudio sobre las medidas
adoptadas para el aumento de
la produccin y distribucin de
materias primas y productos es-
casas; y, especialmente, de la
poltica de los pases ameri-
canas ante la Conferencia In-
ternacional de Materias Pri-
mas.
3Transportes.
AEvaluacin de la actual
I capacidad de transporte; inves-
tlgacin del mnimo requeri-
do para cumplir el programa
.de delensa y satisfacer los re-
querimientos civiles esenciales
ide las Repblicas Americanas;
I y estudio de las medidas de
; cooperacin tendientes a este
! objeto.
BRgimen de fletes y se-
guros en el comercio interame-
ricano.
4Cooperacin Tcnica.
Examen del Programa de Co-
operacin Tcnica de la OEA
para 1951; y bases para la for-
mulacin del Programa para
1952.
5 Cooperacin Social.
6Examen del Programa de
Trabajo del Consejo para el ao
1951-52.
2o.Encargar a las' Comisiones
del Consejo correspondiente y
, al secretarlo Tcnico la pre-
paracin de la documentacin
I bsica para la Sesin Extraor-
dinaria.'
So.Sealar el dia Junes 20
de agosto de 1951 para iniciar
la prxima Sesin Extraordina-
ria del Consejo.
4o.Encomendar a la Comi-
sin Ejecutiva que estudie cua-
lesquiera ofrecimientos que pue-
dan hacer los paises de Am-
rica que tengan Inters en ser
la sede de la prxima Sesin
Extraordinaria y presente opor-
tunamente al Consejo un infor-
ime sobre este asunto.
fin de mes se determinarn
las asignaciones de papel de
peridico informa una comisin
Se denuncia la tendencia de unos pases de romper
unos contratos europeos con la esperanza
de recibir papel de los EE. UU.
WASHINGTON. Agosto 11
i UP i Esferas autorizadas in-
forman que la Comisin de P..1-
pa y Papel de la Conferencia
Internacional de Materiales se
cu morara por lo menos hasta
fin de ste raen para determi-
nar las asignaciones de papel
peridico que deben hacerse a
os pases del mundo Ubre.
Esas mismas esferas manifes-
taron que hasta ahora slo se
han considerado los informes
estadsticos y que sta labor no
se ha terminado todava, ya que
un gran nmero de paises, in-
cluyendo algunos de Sur Ame-
rica no han enviado an <>->
Informes. Sealaron que ha
habido que trabajar mucho en
sa labor porque a menudo las
cifras dadas por los paises ex-
portadores e importadores dn'e-
nan notablemente.
Las esferas dijeron que la Co-
misin todava tiene que deci-
dir sobre qu bases se determi-
narn las "necesidades mag-
mas" en cuanto al papel peri-
dico de los paises siuados a s-
te lado del teln de hierro-
Se manifest que es posible
que se determine sobre bases re-
gionales. Se ha insistido en que
los paises que tienen contrato.;
con Noruega, Suecla y Finlan-
dia que en conjunto producer
alrededor de 1.200.000 toneiael.".;
largas de papel peridico de-
ben mantener sos contratos.
Se dijo que se ha notado Ir.
tendencia,por parte de alguno;:
paises de romper sos contrato.'
on i esperanza de recibir pa-
pel ds Amrica del Norte a ur
precio mucha ms bajo que e.
de los paises Escandinavos.
>.ea "El Aviso Oportuna
wmam
Buen Whisky Escocs
JOHNNIE WAjLKER
NACI EN I20
SIGU TAN CAMMHTI
John WaBttr a\ Son Lid., Stauk Whiky
Diitr,, Ktlmornock, Scotland.
levantadas
Nocturnas
Si tufre I'd. do levantadlo nor-
turnao. dolor do eopalda, dolor do
plernaa, perdida de vigor, norviool-
dad o debilidad, debe ayudar Inme-
diatamente a la UlAndula Proatata
con noGENA. Bata maravllloaa
medicina le hice oentlr ma Joven,
mi fuerte y dormir oln Interrup-
cin. Compro ROOWrJ en su botica.
Se siente mal..?
aMI HEPTICA!
laxante... Efervescente... ificaz..
Agra dobla... Anticido... Icon omito..
La* dosis de Sal Heptica resultan ms
econmica* comprando el tamao mayor.
Selecttscheme
Resuelve Sus Problemas de Decorado
N
No realice ese trabajo de pintura o decorado que
nene en mientes hasta que vea la SELECT-A-SCHEME
de Pintura General. Este ingenioso seleccionador de co-
lores hacf tan fcil escoger los colores apropiados, como
manejar el indicador de su telfono. Nada ms prcti-
co y nada ms seguro que esto.
Permtanos mostrarle adems los nuevos tonos de
PINTURA GENERAL: lo ltimo, los colores de moda
y ms elegantes para interiores incluyendo los moder-
nos tonos acentuados.
PINTURA GENERAL S. A.
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7?Derecho a cambiar su Pliza por una Pliza saldada.
8?Derechos de Rehabilitacin con reconocimiento de antigedad en su
Ttulo. **{,,. tentt am
Y no olvide que Ud. puede pagar su Pliza: semanal, quincenal,
mensual, trimestral o anualmente. Ud. no necesita molestarse al pagar
su Pliza, un Agente autorizado de esta Compaa, le dar este servicio
a la puerta de su casa.
En Plizas Educacionales, para sus
pone a la disposicin de su hogar sus
de todos los padres que deseen asegurar
jos y tener una PROTECCIN constante
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7.50 1.500.00
10.00 2.000.00
15.00 3.000.00
20.00 4.000.00
25.00 5,000.00
hijos. "EL GUILA IMPERIAL"
Plizas Intermec as, al alcance
la Educacin futura de sus hi-
para su familia. f
Pato Doble 4 j Ahorre 7
por Accidente C3
t B .1.000.00 B '. 528)00
1,500.00 t 792J00
2,000.00 1.056700
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4.000.00 2.112100
6,000.00 3.16800
8,000.00 4.224/X)
10,000.00 i I 5,280.00
No pase un da ms exponiendo a lo* tuyos: "*"*
Comprenda todo lo que Ud. puede hacer por sus seres queridos con
solo un pequeo ahorro que no va a gravar su economa y si va a soli-
dificar la de ellos en el futuro. f
"El guila Imperial" tiene el orgullo de ser la primera y nica Com-
paa de Seguros de Vida "Popular", legalmente constituida, que ha
llevado los beneficios de su proteccin an a los hogares ms humildes.
"El guila Imperial", una Compaa de Seguros de Vida que tiene
el orgullo de haberse creado con el fin exclusivo de ayudar a miles de
familias pobres, a darle a sus hijos la educacin que tanto han soado.
Haga su Pliza hoy mismo y tambin sentir el orgullo de perte-
necer a "El guila Imperial", Compaa de Seguros de Vida, que por
sue miles de asegurados, su respaldo econmico y sus plizas modernas
contribuye al desarrollo efectivo de esta gran Repblica de Panam.
Avisamos por esto medio a todas las Logias y Sociedades Benficas
que contamos con Seguros de Vida Colectivos.
LOUIS MARTINZ,
Presidente
GUSTAVO GONZALEZ ALEMN,
Gerente.
ANTONIO ZUBIETA,
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Be-
<" HORIZONTALES:
1Deseos de beber.
4 -Hago huecos en la tierra.
8Moneda de piala.
12Junta.
13-Fluido impouderable.
14Rio de llalla.
15.Que compone o haoe
relojes.
17.De mi propiedad, Pl.
ISParaso.
JfrPara guardar cigarros
puros.
21Nombre de varn.
33Mueble de comedor.
34Clase de tela.
26 Silicato natural de cinc.
28Punto cardinal.
30Pruebes un vino.
31Jervadura, Abv.
32Arrimados unos objetos a
otros.
i4Famosa universidad
ingiesa.
35Ciudad de Arabia.
30Ultimo rey de Lidia.
87Arrasan, devastan.
40Irlanda.
41Un poco.
4GCestos.
40Fruto tropical.
4?7Nombre de mujer.
46rbol de Venezuela.
i*0Floja, suelta.
6flLiga de ciudades alemanas.
#1Igualdad de nivel.
BComposicin musical par
una sola voz.
10Hijo de Cain.
11Piedra plan*.
leUiu.s de Ja mitologa
escandinava.
20Demostrativo, Pl.
21Ro de Europa.
22Desprendimiento en las
montaas.
23Asesino.
25Repeticin regular de
sonidos.
20Probar, ensayar.
27Nuevos.
28Ro de Italia.
30Uno entre varios.
33Depsito de sal.
34Tratamiento Ingls, Jjiv.
3GCraaienta.
37Canoa mexicana.
38Saludable.
39Plantigrados.
40Letra castellana. Pl.
43Nombre Ingls de mujer.
44Ave de corral.
45Peticin de auxilio.
SOLUCIN l> AYER
VERTICALES:
1Punto cardinal
2Letra castellana.
8Diputado.
tDel verbo cejar.
Amarren.
Mirar.
1Lminas de cobre que
imitan el oro.
8Tambor indgena africano.
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agrupado a los maestros en Co-
rniles, los cuales tienen di-Jin-
tas atribuciones- Estos ComKs
han confeccionado ya sus pla-
nes de trabajo y algunos de e-
llos han comeneado ya a la-
borar.
El de Actos Sociales. Cultura-
les auspici la excursin que el
Centro efectu el da 6 de julio
a Divisa con el fin de conocer
la organizacin y funciona-
miento de los Centros de Euse-
anea que all funcionan: El
Instituto de Artes Mecnicas y
' de Agricultura. Loe resultados
d. dicha excursin fueron sa-
tisfactorios no (teatlmii tiempo para hacer derroche de
atenciones a los visitantes pol-
io que estamos muy agradecidos.
Este Comit tiene en marte
otra excursin muy interesante
que redundar en beneficio de
u ducacin. Se dar a conocer
para ser discutida en la prxi-
ma reunin del Centro que se
efectuar el dia 24 del presente.
1 dia 26 de julio en un acto
stnco pero muy simptico se
coloc la primera piedra de la
escuela que este centro cons-
truir en poblado de la Tiza. A-
sistteron al acto el Gobernador
de la Provincia seor Julio A-
rosemena, el Inspector de Edu-
cacin, sus Auxiliares y Super-
visores de las distintas eonr.s de
U provincia; adems delegacio-
nes de las distintas escuetas y
miembros del club de Padres de
familia del lugar.
Se han Iniciado ya los trabe-
jos del edificio que ser de con-
creto con 4 aulas
El dia 28 se efectu una jun-
ta para pegar bloques con la
cooperacin de los padres de
familia del lugar y del Alcalde
i del Distrito Seor Toms Gon-
zlez quien se mantuvo el ca
en plena actividad y en grata
compaa de los moradores del
lugar.
Por este medio el Centro a-
gradece aiuy sinceramente a
todas las personas que en una
forma u otra han demostrado
entusiasmo y prestado su coo-
peracin por esta obra de grao
beneficio para la niez.
Comit de Propaganda
Escuela Presidente Porras
Las Tablas ,
--------------------i--------
UNGULNIO
Y JAbN
BLANCO Y NEGRO
{Dolores de Espalda,
Nervioso y Dolores
en las Coyunturas!
K1 cuerpo humano Seshaca del1
sriaoti 4* ****** V esperdu-toa vene-
noeoa ae I* i*t. P"r medio de loe
llueve millonea de diminuto tuboi o
filtro de loe rltoaaa. SI ato venenoi
4e loa rWionea o la Vejiga lo nacen
ulrlr ton levantada* nocturnaa. ner-
\ ioaldad. d'ilorn de piernas, ojeras,
luiobjyfo, dolores o> la coyuntura,
arMea o ardor en Ina ronductoa, de-
bido a la nerasldad de eatlmulant
retiro, pruebe Cvstex.
Deshgase e>l Soldo rico y '"
venenos con la recala medica llamada
Cyitex. que ea un diurtico estlnm-
lante de ina rlflonea y paliativo para
la Irritacin funcional de la Volita 1
vlaa urinarias en aatado de acldei.
Cyatax aoUaracara, uated completa-
mrn'e y aera la medicina que uated
nacaeita. Pi4a Cystsx bey mlamo
..Cystex Bfc*
SBADO, AGOSTO 11, 1951
Ei lector mmtm cosmrac objetivaaawte osav f ristta la vacnetim ea la recia heeasiba en Oseta Rica y sacar sus con-
rfcssiiaes ae esta wmni y halagad seas tare awestr sais. acasmta; e exaatiaar estas aoe ssiaiiavu de trn regi. La
rtaaesa fotografa maestra tat esesMte nsstsiTiimsMii, t> iss asaVot y sisllis tasa* de todas Is* tncaUdades moderaos
romo resanado del atan tico ale llevar hasta el Wtais coaria alo ta aieEalUa ka eslta M aaii y la aatntk expresin He
ea nsrtnnelUsl. La fotografa igaieate. imsjsi asses! as Is ere lecsar, es la ssesela aanasnea, vieja y ae*urtalada. na
verdadera vergenia para el pas y un liblo permanente de aireacin contra las sntorMadss educacionales se la Repbiiea.
Con el objeto de poner fin a este irrejular estaao de cosas un rrupo Je patriota* maestras V las escuela- de David asa crea-
do an comit que se propose desarrollar na intensa campaa con la finalidad de lograr el estsMecim lenta de verdadero y
modernos centros de enseanza que afirmen el concepto de lo panameo ea la regin frouteriis y ofreacaa s los oducamlos
las ventajas de la laV-aira rd arar Ions I Esta labor par lo trasceadeaitsl bien podras calificarse como ua patrbstass ssavimlea-
to de rescate de nuestra nacionalidad esgrimindose esta ves las nobles armas de la enseanza. Esta campaa ae ser
prontamente intensifica** asta siendo Impulsada en la capital por un grupo de maestras de David, de las escuelas de Fran-
ela, Centro Kacoior ae David y Sucre y forman parte de la delegacin las siguientes educadoras: Evella Alvarado, Lilis An-
gajaata K.. Bosaliada Newman v Jalla A. de Delgado.
Presta Agricultura
su ayuda para las
fiestas del maz
El Ministerio de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias, est co-
operando con la Escuela Pro-
fesional, en la tradicional Se-
mana del Mate, que se celebra-
r del 12 si ia del presente mes-
en dfeho plantel. 'r
El Ministerio, como de coa*-
tambre, ha ofrecido 5,000 ma-
zorcas de mair, para preparar
los distintos platos de este sa-
broso grano, como tambin ha
ofrecido minares de matas de
este producto, para adornar el
trono de la Reina del Mair,
.ue se construir en esa col
mena de enseanza.
Con la llegada de Agosto en
Alemania aumenta la tensin
por temor a una nueva guerra
los comunistas occidentales no
podran hacer gran cosa, ya
ue en general los alemanes
de las sonas occidentales sien-
ten respeto por la autoridad,
la re-
Por iault MacGowan
tN.A.N.A.)
FRANCFUrtV, Agosto 7 (EPS I
Cuando eniDieaa la cosecha
a lo largo del Bin y del Danu-
bio, dan principio tambin ios sea quien fuere quien
tradicionales meses de temor I presente.
en Europa, perseguida per los Stalin la nica amenaza
recuerdos de acost de 1914 y; actual de la Europa occidental
septiembre de 1939. ) lo sabe, pero confia en ludu-
Airoque parece que en la ac-; cir dicha falta de respeto a la
tualidad no hay novedad en el, autoridad en el Occidente me-
frente occidental y la moral es: diante el poder cada vez ma-
mas alta de lo que lo ha sido yor del Partido Comunista ale-
en muchos aos, debido al pro. i man. que deliberadamente ha ,__
grama defensivo del General escocido el mes de agosto I <*" *M*tW. Puede que
DwiRht Eisenhower, el primer; celebrar una fiesta de la Ju- s-e Presene Sr*ve problema
ministro Josef Stalin ha ideado
una nueva estrategia para
mantener a Europa en un es- de un milln de lvenes han
de desfilar en el sector oriental
mana occidental, 7 quemar las-tica comunista para unir a u-
barieras. Mientras la polica
federal esta ocupada en di-
chos lugares, el grueso de loa
manifestantes cruzar la fron-
tera en otros pantos y entrar
en la ma rasa. De alli sern
llevados a Berln por trents 0
camiones especiales.
La zona britnica con su
centro de agitacin comunista
en el Ruhr es la ms cer-
cana a Berln y aquella en que
el respeto a la autoridad es me-
nor actualmente. Ms de once
mil miembros de la polica han
sido puestos en estado de aler-
ta para darle ei arto a dicha
maniobra.
ropa bajo Stalin.
El ex-pelotero
D. Black demand
a los Indios
CLEVELAND, Agosto 11
Don Black que en 1941 mieni-
tras jugaba con los Indios su-
fri una lesin que casi le cues
ta al vida, ha demandado a la
novena solicitando una Indem-
nizacin por "incapacidad com-
En todos los dems sitios de
las zonas norteamericana y
francesa, se hsn duplicado las
patrullas fronterizas y todo el
mundo est ojo avizor, pero
nadie sabe como lian de evi-
de controlar
tado de nerviosismo.
Segn crculos comunistas, de Ja ciudad el 12 de agosto
bien Informados de Hamburgo,
la eliminacin de la amenaza
de un avance relmpago del
Ejrcito Rojo en direccin a los
puertos del canal de la Man-
cha, ha echado nuevas respon-
sabilidades sobre ellos y sus ca-
marades de la Alemania occi-
dental, respaldados por la Po-
lica del Pueblo de la Alemania
oriental, que tiene den mil
miembros.
ventud del mundo en Berln.-?fl,U"0Iaf PUI-s
J .1 19 de este me, Mas ggf-fi 8" uc ***'
Estos programas
Los jvenes camisas azules del
Partido Comunista alemn han
sido adiestrados hasta adqui-
rir una reciedumbre y fervor
equivalente al de los camisas
pardas de Hitler, y marchan al
estribillo de unidad pangerma-
na bajo la bandera roja, en
vez de la cruz jamada.
Los camisas azules organiza-
dos lian sido orohibidos en la
repblica Federal, pero en nom-
La misin de los comunistas | bre de la Juventud, los lderes
occidentales es fomentar la! comunistas del Occidente tie-
fslta de respeto a los regla-1 nen un plan estratgico para ; 2T"-2 T" j ""Z.
mentas y ordenanzas de las po- marchar sobre Berlin y unirse ?fff*"J>ue " B!2"
tencias occidentales de ocupa- a la fiesta. Dicho plan consiste, Lacione Pn* de la pou-
de cruzar
las fronteras por la fuerza se
han convertido en parte del
panorama europeo en las lti-
mos dos aos. Comenzaron de
modo ostensible en nombre de
una Europa unida, que todo el
mundo puede respaldar devo-
tamente.
El ao pasado, el Ministro de
lo Exterior francs, Robert
Schuman, evit incidentes en
Estrasburgo abrindoles las
fronteras a los estudiantes que
se manifestaron en favor de la
unin continental en el Consejo
de Europa. Fu este ao que se
Agosto es tradtcionalmente el
mes en que sos Jvenes de am-
bos sexos se van de parranda pieta' fsiea debido a la lesin.
y se divierten, pero la explota- Los Inctos dieron una fiesta
clon de sos ideales y credull- en honor de Black en ese ao
dad por los lderes comunistas
alemanes trae nuevas tensio-
nes en tas frtiles tierras del
Rui y del Danubio, mientras
las pacientes yuntas de bueyes
arrastran pesadamente las ca-
rretas cargadas da dorado cen-
teno.
eanmtm, heaaauaala, alararraaos in-
ternaa e citarnos. afra ua ala maa
aa sraoor 1 Chinar**. Na poco rnina-
tta el Chinarais principia a eeanhatar
ana alaaarranaa 4* tras maerea:
1. Catara el Solar 7 la coanacon. L Aya-
as- a asoot loa tetMes adoloridos
nasaavdoa. S. Arooa o efeotrisar lea
membranaa Irritadas. Solicite ai
Cninarald eo Vi betlca hay sismo
recaudndose mis de 40 mil
dlares que se le entregaron. Su
demanda de acuerdo con la ley
de Indemnizacin por acciden-
tes de trabajo del Estado d
Ohio, esta en tramitacin y se
gn el abogado de Black se re
solver pronto.
Los Indios no tendrn que
pagar directamente ya que tie-
nen una pliza de seguro cu-
briendo todr. clase de inciden;
tes de su personal incluso los
peloteros.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene'los
meiores oenramas
PROGRAMA "EL CARRUSEL DE LA ALEGRA"
RED PANAMERICANA APARTADO 1121
NOMBRE.....................................
WRECCJ0N...................................
Recorte este cupn y envelo hoy mismo a la direccin
descrita para que pueda ganarse el "TESORO RON
LIBERTADOR."
clon, as como hacer que se
desprecien los decretos del go-
bierno del canciller Konrad

en celebrar manifestaciones pa
ra desviar la atencin de las
autoridades, en las fronteras
wciuu uii niiiimi nuniau aijbuiiueHt, cu im iiumcia.-
Adenauer. Si se lee deja solos, de todos los Estados de la Ale-

NO TIENE UD. ELECTRICIDAD?
No se preocupe, con un Radio Ingls de batera
seca, puede Ud. ahora escuchar sus emisoras fa-
voritas, locale- Hp ultramar.
( murphy radio )
Nos acaba de llegar an pequea embarque
obtenibles en Ctab de Entrera al Suscribirse.
MUEBLERA CASA SPARTON
CENTRAL 223
CALIDONIA
The Chase National Bank
of the City of New York
Total de recursos: ms de B/. 5^27,000,000.00
Transacciones Sanearas en General
SUCURSAL EN PANAMA
SUCURSAL EN COLON
SUCURSAL EN DAVID
SUCURSAL EN CRISTOBAL
SUCURSAL EN BALBOA
A'os E$pecialiamo8 en el mandamiento de
Impovtacione y Exportadoneg
:
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantizada por el Estado.
Paga 2% de inters anual en depsito
de ahorro
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B. 5.00
Efectuamos operaciones de prstamo con (aramias de
primeras hipeteeas y prendas comerciales.
AHORROS DE NAVIDAD
Depsitos semanales de B .0.25; B .0.50; B .1.00
y B .5.00, por un perodo de cuarentiocho (48)
semanas.
Oficinas en Panam: Ave. Central esquina con Calle "I"
Oficinas en Coln: Calle del Frente esquina con Calle 7a.
HORAS:
8 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Sbados: 8 a.m. a 12 m.
G. A. De ROL'X.
Administrador.
CARLOS M01YNES V.
gab-Administrador.
Sucursal en Coln.
i




SBADO, AGOSTO II. 1951
JL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDOINUMT>


PAGINA CIRCO
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
rZeaaccin Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telefone 1-1
HORAS: l:M a 19:M a.m.
Apartado 1M
mejora pronto.
Formulamos votos por el pron-
to restablecimiento de la seo-
ra Ulorla F. de Soto, quien se
encuentra recluida en la Clni-
ca jan Femando, en donde fu
sometida a operacin quirrgi-
ca.
Restablecido
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora el seor Juan B. Arias,
quien abandon la Clnica Uan
remando.
Charlas Radiales
El Comit tro-Retiro de Ma-
tas Hernndez del Club nter-
americano de Mujeres, Iniciara
una serie de interesantes mar-
las radiales a cargo de distin-
guidas personalidades. Manauu
domingo a las 8.00 pjn. en la
Radio Continental, la charla
estar a cargo de la seorita
Lulslta Aguilera Patito. Segui-
damente dlcertar una alum-
na de la Universidad de Pana-
m, trabajadora social del Reti-
ro, quien explicar la labor ro-
ela! que se lleva a cabo en esta
Institucin. La seora Tereslta
Lpez de Vallarino dictar la
charla del lunes 13 a las .00
p.m. en la Radio Mlramar.
RECEPCIN EN EL CLUB UNION. Vista tomada en momentos en * nuestra Canciller,
Lie. Ignacio Molino Jr., acompaado de su distinguida esposa doa Joya de Molino, saludan a
S.E. el Embajador del Ecuador, seor don Sixto Duran Rallen, y dems funcionarios de la Em-
bajada, durante la elegante recepcin ofrecida el viernes en el Club Unin en conmemoracin
del Aniversario de la Proclamacin de la Independencia del Ecuador.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Felicitamos cordlalmente al
seor Alberto Vallarino y seo-
ra Isabel cspedes de Vallarino,
quienes cumplen hoy ao de
casados.
Aarbacoa
En la residencia del 3r. Eu-
gene C. McOrath y seora Annc
de McOrath tuvo lugar anoche
la barbacoa ofrecida por el se-
or Robert R. McOrath y se-
ora Vicky M. de McOrath en
honor de S.E. el Embajador de
Panam en los Estados Unidos,
seor Roberto M. Heurtematte.
A este agasajo asisti un peque-
o grupo de sus amistades.
T
Para agasajar a la seorita
Slxta Caries quien contraer
matrimonio prximamente con
el caballero Efraln Mir Guar-
dia, la seora Raquel Oller de
Castrelln y las seoritas Jose-
fina Susto y Yolanda Ferrari
ofrecieron esta tarde un ele-
gante t en la residencia de la
seorita Ferrari.
SALON DE BELLEZA REX
anuncia eon placer a su distinguida
clientela a su nuevo peluquero
T O N I
Italiano recin llegado de U
Argentina, de fama mundial
especializado en
PERMANENTES PEINADOS
CORTES TINTES
PIDA SU CITA TEL. 2-3346
SALON DE BELLEZA REX
Avenida 4 de Jallo No. C
UN PERFUME FASCINANTE
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COTY
lXTACTO AGUA CE CCXONIA HUMADA AGUA Of TOCADO*
LOCIN PWrUMADA SUUANTINAS UQUIDA V CRISTALIZADA
POLVOS DE SllEZA "AH SAN" O fOlVOS D TOCADOS TAICO
POIVOS PASA SACHtTS JASONES DE TOCADO* S
MIONfcS PASA a BAO O SALES PASA ti SANO
DMritaMmi: CIA. CYILHOS, IA. Tefc. S-lTtl t-im.
Paseo Taboga
Los miembros de la Asocia-
cin Consular de Panam y sus
seoras, tendrn un paseo ma-
ana domingo a la bella Isla de
las Flores. Las lanchas que de-
bern tomar, saldrn del Mue-
lle del Yatch Club en Fuerte
Amador a las 7.00 a.m.
De Puerto Rico y Cuba
Han regresado de su viaje de
Inspeccin por Puerto Rico y
Cuba, el Teniente General W.
H. H. Morris Jr., Comandante
en Jefe del Area del Caribe, y
el Jefe de Estado Mayor, Bri-
gadier General Robert L. How-
ie. Los saludamos cordlalmen-
te
De los Estados Unidos
Tras una corta permanencia
en Nueva York en viaje de ne-
gocios, regres a la capital ei
seor Jos Oller. Lo saludamos.
Para los Estados Unidos
Embarcaren ayer rumbo a
Nueva York en el vapor Crist-
bal, el Teniente Gobernador
Herbert D. Vogel acompaado
de su hijo Herbert Jr., quien
estuvo pasando sus vacaciones
en la capital. Muy feliz viaje
les deseamos.
Nuestras felicitaciones al se-
or Harold L. Maduro y seo-
ra Flora Snchez de Maduro.
aulenes celebran maana el
uodcimo aniversario de su
matrimonio.
Condolencia
Presentamos nuestras senti-
das condolencias a i- seora
Catalina Oarcia de Paredes de
Escobar, al seor Samuel Esco-
bar y seora Margarita Ardlla
de Escobar, al Dr. Pablo Maru-
landa y seora Rosa Escobar de
Marulanda, al seor Gustavo
Franco y seora Marin Elena
Escobar de Franco, al seor
Mario Quin y seora Berta Es-
Para Centro Amrica
Despus de haber pasado una *
temporada visitando a sus fa-
miliares, regres a San Jos,
Costa Rica, lugar de su residen-
cia, la seora Graciela Jcome
de Playa. La despedimos cor-
dlalmente.
Advenimiento
Felicitamos al Dr. Elias M.
Crdoba Jr., y seora Carmen
Lpez de Crdoba por la llegada
de una primorosa nlita en la
Clnica San Fernando.
Enfermos
Pronta mejora le deseamos
al seor don Julio Heurfeinutte,
quien se encuentra en la Clni-
ca San Femando en donde fu
sometido a operacin quirrgi-
ca.
Sufre quebrantos de salud en
su residencia la seora Mara
Eugenia M. de Fonseca. Ojal
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Inolvidables
en el lugar apropiado
EL RANCHO

TODOS LOS DOMINGOS de 12 a 3
informa) Suave msica, mejor compaa
Ambiente de total alegra
con gente conocida... v cocteles
como slo El Rancho Duede hacerlosl
ESPECIALIDADES DEL DA!
Suprema de Naranja al Kirsch
Pare de Alverjas Crouton*
Huevos Rellenos Mima
Consomm Daupbine
Bistec Suizo............ 1.00
Pollo a la King.......... 1.50
Papas Chartreuse
Zanahorias Saute
Eclair de Chocolate
Coffee Tea Cerveaa
Ccleles, Precio EtpeciaL.. 25t
Manhattan Old Fashion
Martini Daiquiri Halado
Msica por LOS RANCHEROS LUIS AZCARRAGA al rgano
....Fresco/
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....Alimenticio!
MAN
SALADO
Pdalo siempre en el
bar o en la tienda!

i.i oottret at* dHlo*si y va-
riados o nbaa *
mn. ... lo otilan OOtO, oaOOO
Mm y lo*
En les d de ca-
lor sa snl* al
sumo de 1st fru-
ta* frascas V iuf o-
e*... (Sirva GE-
LATINAS ROYAL en tu de-
liefets varitdsd: fiata, fismbue-
%*, coris, narsnjs y limn.
Deiput de esda
comida blindan-
te, ic epttece un
podro fcil de di-
fltrir, como al
PUDN ROYAL, crovaesa, lar-
o, fcil da hacer en sw delicia-
tos tabora*: vainilla, chocolata,
caramelo.. adema* aoco con
aereis, vainilla y chacolste, a
tesa de Upioct.
Y... Iquin no
reclama al pos-
tre da pesia,
al IncoMpara-
bl* FLAN ROYAL, nico por
tu aspecto! (Oro y miel en uno*
atento* minuto*!
rttlrst Btyel... lanei stawaietmeri
Todos! Todos! a tttatttaratear
con Angelo Jaspe.
Todos! Todos! a ooooooaaaear
con Ulloa.
El Jueves 16 en el Club Unin.
Ayayayay! el dlabllto Tun Tun
est hoy que le pica la lengua
por decir quin es la candldala
de la Dallada para el Reinado
de las Casadas y, si prome-
ten guardar el secreto... pro-
metido? lee dir que aunque lo
mantienen muy confidencial, la
randldata de la Gallada lleva
por primer nombre casi, casi el
de una opara muy famosa, por
apellido de soltera un nombre
muy militar y por apellido de
casada una parte muy Impor-
tante de cualquiera construc-
cin... Ayayayay! cmo se di-
vierta el dlabllto Tun Tun in-
ventando charadas... Ayayayay!
Los Leones estn que rugen por-
que dicen qu Lupe D. de Al-
faro ser la bella Reina.
Ayayayay! Los Rotarlos estn
que giran y giran asegurando
los votos de au candidata la
elegante Ana Lucrecia A. da
Andreve. Ayayayay! y el dlabll-
to Tun Tun que todo lo sabe,
sabe que anoeh hubo una re-
unin secreta-en nuestra Uni-
versidad y que en esta reunin
se habl mueho, pero mucho y
muchsimo del Reinado de las
Casadas... el dlabllto Tun Ton
sabe todos los planes!
Todos, todos, todos, estn In-
vitados por el dlabllto Tun Tun
a que se diviertan el prximo
Jueves, bailando mientras
ttttttatttaratea Angelo Jaspe y
ooooooaaaaaea Ulloa. Todos, to-
dos, todos estn Invitados a
participar en la alegra de es-
ta fiesta! Tdos, todos.
Todos estn Invitados a com-
Srar (ja! Ja!) el boleto de en-
rada que solo cuesta B. 1.00 y
que da derecho a ganarse el
premio de entrada qu ha ofre-
cido la Comisin de Turismo:
"Vacaciones para dos 'y el dla-
bllto Tun Tun) en el Paraso La
Restinga en Taboga. Pasajes,
comidas y hospedajes gratis.
Este mismo boleto vale por
100 votos para elegir la cand-
data de su corazn Ayayayay!
el dlabllto Tun Tun est que
no sabe qu hacer porqu su co-
razn es muy grande y caben
todas las bellas).
A la Reina se le darn bellos
regalos! El Principe Consort
(intimo amigo del dlablito Tun
Tun, sea quien sea) recibir una
caja de whiskey para la ce-
lebracin. T, como al diablura
Tun Tan le encanta celebrar, y" \
ya se ha declarado intimo ami* I
go del Principe Consorte, sa
parte ha de tocarle.
Ayayayay! Cmo, pero coma)
goza el dlabllto Tun Tun.
cobar de Quin, al seor Samuel
Taum y seora Julieta Escobar
de Taum, por el sensible falle-
cimiento del Dr. Slncundoro Es-
cobar, acaecido en cali Colom-
bia.
tamaleaos da Hoy
Ninas Nanette y Vllma Jay-
nes Poyl.
Sra. Alicia Isaza de Martinez
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sr. Euseblo A. Gonzlez.
Sr. Enrique Halphen.
Nina Mayra Estrlpeaut Na-
varro.
Cumpleaos
Hasta Des Molnes, Iowa, en
donde cursa estudios superiors,
hacemos llegar nuestras cario-
sas felicitaciones a la seorita
Sara L. Geneteau, quien cum-
pli aos ayer.
Hora del Cocktail
El Hotel El Panama ha ini-
ciado diariamente la "hora del
cocktail" de 8.30 p.m. a 7.00 p.
m. y los sbados de 5.30 a
a .00 pjn. Sern servidos ex-
quisitos canaps, obsequio de la
casa, y el conocido Profesor
Luis Muftor. deleitar a los con-
currentes con lindas melodas
al rgano.
Feria de la Iglesia de
Cristo Roy
Asista a la Feria de Cristo
Rey a beneficio del Santuario
Nacional del Corazn de Maria,
hoy y maana. Desde las siete
pjn. se vendern toda clase
de platos criollos y para maa-
na domingo los miembros de la
Colonia Espaola residentes en
Panama, han preparado un in-
teresante programa de cantos y
bailes tpicos de la madre pa-
tria.
EN
-

ESPECIAL ESTE FIIS DE SEMANA
SBADO DOMINGO LUNES
Cebollas ................................... 7 c
Papas Americanas Arroz ,orRd "a,,)............................K c
Margarina ..............................45 c
Mantequilla ,nuv ** b.......69 c
Frijoles con Puerco * ......10 c
Manzanas asadas 21 uta......36 c
Sopa de Vegetales-vm 10 c
Zanahorias y guisantes *<......25 c
Sopas Heinz unidas) uta............14 c
Mantequilla de man *.........45 c

Carne molida .........................35 c
Ternera ...................................55 c
Bistec de costilla ...................57 c
Bistec *.....................................35 c
LICORES ESPECIALES
Whisky John Haig...................3.95
RonCortz .......................1.75
Ron Agewood...................... .2.80
El Mejor Mercado en Panam
Calle 15 y Avenida Belisario Porras.
Actualidad Argentina
SENTIDO JUSTICIALISTA EN LA DEFENSA
DE LA SALUD POPULAR
Con sobrada ratn se ha re-
cordado en estos das, a pro-
psito del concepto Justicia-
lista de la sanidad popular, el
principio de que "all donde
existe una necesidad hay un
derecho." Este principio es,
esencialmente, la mdula del
sistema politico, econmico y
social que ahora nos rige. En
todos los rdenes de la exis-
tencia nacional no era fre-
cuente, antao, que la simple
presencia de la necesidad ori-
ginara un derecho, y mucho
menos diera nacimiento a la
accin legitima para hacerlo
valer. 81 bien se mira la rea-
lidad nacional de nuestros
das, se echar de ver que el
desamparo, la incapacidad
material para procurarse los
bienes econmicos elementa-
les, la carencia de acceso a
laa posibilidades de progreso
material, de elevacin moral y
de tranquilidad espiritual,
son hoy necesidades que en-
gendran derechos claros in-
conculcables, y que de ellos
nacen acciones positivas y
6rctlcas. No tiene el Justlcla-
smo otro propsito que la
satisfaccin de esas necesida-
des y el necesario resguardo
de los derechos que les co-
rresponde y la proteccin de
los medios para llevarlos a
trminos. Por encima de to-
dos esos derechos individua-
les, que emergen de una ne-
cesidad, est el derecho de la
comunidad, que resulta de la
necesidad superior del mante-
ner la cohesin nacional, la
soberana y un orden social y
econmico equilibrado y Jus-
to.
Esta doctrina se aplica ex-
plcitamente en el caso de loa
servicios sanitarios. Cuando
no se entenda que la nece-
sidad Individual originaba un
derecho, y que ese derecho
traa consigo una accin para
que el Estado procurara los
medios para remediar aquella,
carecase de la orientacin y
de la perseverancia Indispen-
sables para desarrollar un
pUn orgnico de asistencia
social y sanidad pblica. A lo
ms, esfuerzos dispersos
traan alivio a situaclor.es
contingentes, pero las necesl-
dsdes perentorias exeddian
siempre las menguadas reali-
zaciones. La creacin del Mi-
nisterio de Salud Pblica dio
la pauta del cambio indispen-
sable y urgente. Y lo que es
ms importante, el estableci-
miento de un organismo des-
vinculado de U administra-
cin pblica, pero adentrado
en lo ms hondo de la comu-
nidad, al expandir su accin
a todos los mbitos del pas,
y aun superarlos la Fun-
dacin Eva Pern, que lleg
con elementos sanitarios a
numerosas comunidades ame-
ricanas, alter de manera
extraordinaria un panorama
que, a lo largo de aos, se
ofreci opaco y desalentador.
Los planes constructivos para
la instalacin de hospitales,
pollclnlcos, sanitarios, dis-
pensarlos, estaciones de re-
cuperacin, centros de Inves-
tigacin cientfica, hogares
escuelas, maternidades, asi-
los de trnsito, asi como U
organizacin de un sistema
que permite conocer en cual-
quier momento el estado sa-
nitario del pas y acudir con
soluciones modernas all don-
de se crean problemas apre-
miantes, constituyen la de-
mostracin palmarla de la
transformacin fundamental
que se ha operado entre no-
sotros en materia de salud
pblica y asistencia social en
poco mas de un lustro. 8e
busca extirpar la necesidad,
liberar al hombre de ella,
conforme a on principio hu-
mano que cobr vigencia In-
ternacional a proposito de la
hecatombe de 1939-45, pero
que en parte alguna del mun-
do, como entre nosotros.'fu
llevado a la prctica cotidia-
na con mayor tenacidad,
comprensin y fervor.
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Nescafe *Wow*
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por*.* eco KCSCAFt praaann htLJot,
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.BADO, AGOSTO II, 1951
^ No Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR Ect *
r Que La Ruta Al Departamento De Los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A^V^
-
Nuestros Agentas o Nuestros Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
12 palabra*.
3r por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
At* Ti.h N. 4
T*l 2-SMI
KIOSKO DR LESSEES
Part** I* L*****a
Paaaaa.
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave. 4 *> Julio
T*l 2-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
At* M*Mni*t 18 45
Tel. 2S5C*ln.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calla 12 Oeste No. 55.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Call* "H" Na. 57. Panama
Ave. Cenital 12-17* Coln.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de dos i SI ViNPIN:Claves, tafeara r...,.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
recmaras. Sala-comedor, cocina. |
etc., balcn independenle. 10. ca-
li* 26 Este. Ocurra C. Daz, mis-|
mo edificio, Apto. 13.
SE ALQUILA:2 parlamentos in-
dependientes en parte cntrica. O-
curri Librera Preciado.
*r* acanala*1*. Fi-Te carton
anlaar Bar* cala* raiai I miti-
ras, laramanoi. iicuutti. ate.
1*4 precioi mu *|Oi an plata.
AGENCIAS GLSALES. Vi* Is-e-
*. listan*1* Juan Franc*. Tal.
3-1 SOS.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos cmo-
dos x baratos. Calle 7o. No. 15.
Porque Lefevre. Informacn apar-
tamento 7.
SE VENDENPeces de asuarlo, plan-
tos, Via Espaa 11. frente establos
Juan Franco. Tel. 3-4132.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento, muy
fresco, dos recmaras, solo, co-
medor, balcn. Avenida Per, es-
quina 36 Este No. 11.
1 SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE VENDE:4 vidrieras nuevas de
caoba. Acuda Bazar Panam 104
Central u oficina Agencia Michel
Simhon. Avenida "A" y calla 7o
Far.am. Coln. Tel. 1386.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
CA. DI LEFEVRE Tal. 2-3332
VINO! LOTES
Paga inicial minima B. 100.00
Mensual 1.15.00
Lotes con Calles y Acueductos de
la Ciudad desde B 1.00 el metro.
Alquilemos equipo pesado paro
movimiento de fierro.
Alquilamos lotes a largos plazos.
Club de lotes, B.3.00 y B.4,00
semanales.
SE VENDE:Abarrotera. Poro in-
formes dirijas* a calle 13 Oeste
No. 29, Panam.
SE VENDE:Tanque acero. 1,000
galonts, 5' x 7' x 7' un lado ova-
ledo. Bueno para agua, aceite, etc.
Tel. 3-0747.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto refrigerme.
Fabrica Hielo Eslripeaut. Calle H
No. 18. Telfono 2-2948.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto amoblado
para hombre. B.6.00 por semana.
Avenida Parque Lefevre, Ernesto
Lefevre. cosa & 32.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amueblcdo
con coc;no y comodidades, com-
p'etament independiente. Calle
45 No. 19.
SE ALQUILA:En Bella Vista, cuor-
to amoblado, entrada independien-
te. Avenida Mxico 69, cerco ca-
lle 43.
SE VENDE:Caso, mesas billar, de-
ms artculos Motivo viaje. Co-
ln, detras Mercado Pblico, No
2014.
SI VENDEN:Lotes er, El Cangrejo,
desde B.5.75 el metro cuadrado.
ROBERTO MIRO. Tel. 2-1215.
SE VENDE:En la Avenida Central
No. 275. abarrotera y restourante.
Motivo de viaje, infqrmacin all
mismo.
VENDO:En $10.000.00 un milln
de metros2, carretero transistmica
Lago Gatn. Telfono 1262-B,
Ccln, Sra. Comes.
SE VENDE:Nivel completo con
Trpode y Varillo de Nivel, como I r .....,
"" r_____: -.-, __ j c T,i Fresco, cmodo y con distinguido ve'
njevo, morca Young and bons. I el. I -r .
Zona 4-279 y 4-339. Coso No.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Cocinero pora dos
personas. Buen sueldo. Avenida
Ecuador No. 16.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera pa-
ra un matrimonio, debe lavar ro-
pa. Avenido Venezuela No. 10,
altos. Por las tardes.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para que
limpie casa, lave y planche. Que
viva *n el empleo. Ocurra Colla
31 E, No. 38.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para la-
ver y planchar diario. Calle la. X
13.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora co-
cinar y oficios domsticos. Dormir
en trabajo. Ocurra a Calle 44
Este No. 6. Apto. 2 Bella Vista.
SE NECESITA:Seora responsable
para oficio general de cosa, cuidar
nia. Calle la. No. II. Vista
Hermosa, apartamento 3.
712, Cocoli, Zona del Canal.
SE VENDE: Aikuto en planchas,
medias c*n*l*> y **lv* pr-
ci* ac*n*mic*. Par* calderas, tu-
bera! d catar, ate. Cia. da Pra-
uct.i d Arcilla. S. A. Va Espa-
a 37-47. Tal. 3-0160.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos amoblados. S5 VENDE:Una maquino rebona-
dora de jamn, Caletera de gas
para restaurant, paila de hierro de
24". mesa pora jugar Poker, silla
de barberio. tedo precio de gan-
ga. Bnrberio Casino. Avenida Cen-
tral No. 234.
Precios especiales por ouincena c
mes. Pora informes dirjase a Pen- j
. son Ponom. Calle 6a No. 3 Sr
Guztmer. De 8 a II o. m. o 7
p. m. en adelante.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
k ALQUILA:Local para oficino.
Arriba, del Teatro Central.
CLNICA, equipada, o'tos Farmaeio
Solazar, calle 16 Oeste No. 28
Panam.
S: ALQUILA:Un local comercial
cerca del Seguro Social, casa mam-
SE VENDE MUY BARATO: M-
quina Registrador "National;', un
molino para moler carne Sonitary
einded, es el chalet de 3 recma-
ras, 2 baos, agua caliente, etc.,
situado obre lote de 800 M2 en
Bella Vista, Calle 47, No. 19. Su
precio es realmente halagador. Pa-
ra cito de 'inspeccin llame ol 2-
2388 Wolff y Co. Colla 5a.,
No. 22.
AGENCIAS THOMAS BIENES
RAICES, AV*. Central N*. 259. Tal.
3-1069. al lada da la Fio. Panameo
SE VENDE:Chalet de dos recimo-
ras, en esquino. 1,000 M2.de te-
rreno en Via Besario Porras. B.
15.000.00, tiene Hipoteca por B.
5,000.00.
Chalet de tres recmaros en Calle 38
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora co-
cinar y hacer oficios en general.
Debe dormir. Calle 46 N. 19, Apto.
5.
Matrimonio necesito empleodo sol-
tera, poro servicio general. Troer
recomendaciones. Calle 34 No.
32. Frente Hospital Nios.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para cui-
dar nios. Ocurra Garage Casino
291, Avenida Central.
con capacidad paro 600 lbs. por
hora. 1 Congelador propio para
restaurante "Freezer", cortadora
tin jamn, estufa de gos 4 fogo-
nes y plancha 4 lmparas "Nen"
48" y 3 tubos. Para informes: ca-
lle la. Vista Hermoso No. 7. Te-
lfono 3-1468.
vende por B.17,000.00, se acepta
hipoteca.
Chalet de 4 recamaros, en Ave.
Sexta, parte alta. Son Francisco,
2 garages, sala, comedor, 2 servi-
cios, porch adelante y otras, en
lote de 20 x 40. Pago inicial B.8.-
000.00. Hipoteca a 20 aos plazo.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera que
duerma en el trabaio y empleada
poro servicios. buenos sueldos.
Justo Arosemena sr 120.
SE NECESITA: -- Bueno cocinera,
buen sueldo, para dormir en coso.
Avenido Mxico No. II,
SE NECESITA:Carguera poro dor-
mir en cosa. Avenida Mxico No.
11.
SE NECESITA:Uno empleado en
Calle Estudiante 75. apartamento
5.
posterio. Poro informes telefono 2- ESPECIAL PARA LOS MAYORISTAS: C-';Q ** m0era. pora familia gran-
486.
SE ALQUILAN:Dos locales propios-
para oficinas, cerca de aduana
nocional. Avenida I. No. 85, altos '
Pr*cios moderados.
SE ALQUILA: Locales comerciales
de diferentes tomnos, lugar co- |
mercial. Calle 26 Este y Avenido
Cubo. Ocurra C. Dioz mismo edi-
ficio. Apto. 13.
SE ALQUILA:Locales comerciales.
14 oeste, esquina colle B No. 21.
B.30 y B.35. Patterson, Avenida
A Nc. 16.
PERSONATES-
Acobomos de recibir una remesa
de bolas fabricados en Francia de
caucho natural reforzado. Los bo-
los de basketball, football y water
polo estn provistas de vlvulas.
Adems hay bolos de 3-3'.z y 4".
Para moyor informacin llame al
telfono 2-0787. Motores Nacio-
noles. S. A. Ave. J. F. de la Ossa
No. 21. Lo calidad y precios de
stas bolas no tienen competen-
cia. '
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE NECESITA: Empleada pora los
. oficios domsticos, debe dormir en
el empleo. Se requiere recomend-
' cin. Via Espoo 112.
SE NECESITA: Cocinero, odems
debe dormir en coso. Calle 47 No.
de. de 2 plantas. Planto boja tie- !
ne piso de mosaicos, 3 recmaras, ____' _____
sala, comedor, servicios modernos, | SE NECESITA:Empleado pora que-
cocina y goroge poro dos carros. | hoceres de cosa y una pora cuidar
Planto alto con mismo divisin. n.n. nhen dormir en el emp!^
En Calle 13 San Francisco, lote, tener experiencia y buena presen-
de 655 M*. Su precio B.7.750.00; c0- Calle 52 casa 8. Apt. 4.
y se acepta hipoteca.
' SE ALQUILA:Chalet dos recama-
CiTAi-mw. a uAu u, ---:- ros, sala, comedor, cocino, garo-
II.ACIN: A todos los Maestros! .nM r-.ul /- m i a
m n j ae. B 40.0C. Ca He o No. I o..
Plomeros: Por este medio me per-I J* i i ..ij__
, r\ Parque Lefevre. niormes teletono i
mito recordarles que el Domingo | 3502
12 de Agosto hobr una reunin;____"_____'_________,_._______;_________,
n la Oficina de la P.omeria H. R. sp_ ALQUILAN:Dos ronchos. com-
Knapp. en la Ave. Norte N* 83, patamente nuevos y seguros, es-
D a. m. Como su tj|0 interior, de dos cuartos codo
uno y pedazo terreno cercado. Rio
Abojo. calle 7a. No. 2560.
presencia es de gran beneficio pa-
; ra nuestra agrupacin esperamos
no aeje de asistir a esta reunin,
que es de,qran inters pora tedos
noTtros.Rmulo Remn G Pre-
sidente.
SE VENDE -
Artculos < (asa
IE VENDE:Estufo gas cuatro que-
X madores, horno. B 50.0C. Barriada
Vista Hermosa 605.
9 IE VENDE:Juego de comedor de
I caoba completo y un sof y dos
poltronas. Calle 50 37.
I ",
5 nectareos con 850 m* en Pedre-
gol. a diez centavos el ir.*. Lotes I
en Son Francisco a B, 3.50 m*. en
Ro Abajo a B.l 00 el m*. en Pue- i
blo Nuevo a B.3.00 v B.2.00 *l
m* en los Altos del Golf a B.4.00
el m*. en El Sitio y Juan Diaz o I
B.l.00 el m*, e-i la Tronsstnvce
B. 4.00, 3.50. 3.00. 2 50. 2.00.
1.50. 1 00, 0 50. 0.35. 0.30. 0.
25 y 0.20 el metro cuadrado. Lote
en El Cangrejo a, B.7.00 el metro
cuadrado.
Chalet nuevo en Avenida 5a. San
Francisco, de dos recmaras, porch,
sola, comedor, etc. con onexo para
una t enda, 1.000 m*. Tiene hipo-
teco de 5,500 bolboos. Vale B.
20,000.00. Se vende por 14,500.-
00. Otras gangas.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero. Una per-
sena limpio y serio. Debe dormir
en el emplee, hacer lo que haya
que hecerse en la cosa y dar re-
ferencias de su empleo anterior.
Edificio Riviera. Apto. I, colle <>6
y Avenida Justo Arosemena, Bello
Visto.
MISCELNEA
Precios de alimentos Ful-O-Pep-
Laving Pellep B.6.70; Growing
Pellep B 6.90: Growing Mosh. B.
$6 90, Starter Mash B.7.25; El Mo-
lino Criollo.
SE ALQUILA Chalet grand, tres A ,-, 259. Ayt. C.nr.l.
..- ...<.. ^...rh rr\rr.m Pnnlru _.____ -- .
recmaras, porch, cocina. Pontry.
salo comedor, cuorto y servicio
para empleada, jardn grande. Ca-
li* 9a. Paitilla. Novedades Harn,
Central 72.
Aviso Judicial
AVISO DE REMATE
Kl aarft* hocrcurio asi Juagad
Tarcaro 4*1 Circuito de Panal**, n lun-
.loeea 4a Alguacil KiarJlor, por medio
mi preaeat*. al pblico.
Alt SABIR:
Qu* por raaolucin da treinta f nn<
tit ;Ulio prximo palada dictada an r
juirio ejecutivo propuesto por tiiardi
Ca., a. A. contra Edaardo Sarmiento
T*l .3-1069. Aa*d*. 3404.
'f VENDE:Juego da solo, eooba.
tapizados, bon.to estilo, luego de
mimbre bronco, un sef coma, un
sof tapizado damasco, refr.gero-
dora General Electric, estufa Mag.c | h "j", *'' "'V^'"^'..''^'.'.'
4-u. i_i - ., .- venidero, pe ra. que e-tre I*u horas Jeja-
Chef y otros muebles. Coile 45 ,,,,' ,.,/ ,.." tuBdo rem.t. d,
19. l0t aiguieBL*. biene, propiedad 4cl 4e-
VENDE:
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Cobrodor srio, in-
til presentarse sin referencias, Ba-
zar Americano. Central No. 25.
Por motivo de viaje:
Refrigeradora Westinghouse. $175
0C, juego d sola $125.00. Lovo-
dora Elctrica. $60 00; Sil'a de
Alcoba, $10.00. todo en perfectos
condiciones. Avenido B No 89,
cuarto No. 7 oltos. Familia Gon-
zlez.
CARTON
PARA CIEL0RA50S
"Simpson Board''
4"x8" B
4'xlO"
4x12'
1.92 koja
2.40 "
2.88 "
EL GUILA
Call* "M" Final
Tel. 2-2121
mandado:
Un (1> carro automvil marca
Pontlac modelo ltJS. 4o
pisca Z444. con motor 4-el,-
Z4. avaluado por la perito* *
tr***le*t*a balboa...... B.'^^OC
L'na (II planta elctrica m*rc*
"Wk.il. ri..i.- Work.', dis-
tinguid* c*B el nnmeio S63-
K VA S. * I KilowaU. de am-
perio Z4-H-40 eieloa. da 1 I ' a
LSI voltio* de 1S04 retolucio-
ii.a por minuto, tipo N-SX1 d*
1. HP eon tanque 4* alimen-
tacin d* combaatible. on ta-
blar* electrice j pele* tipo B,
!'<.. avaluada por loa paritoa
en la urna * traertentoa bal-
boas............. "'
TsUI.. '
er.ir > bate p*r* *l r*tnat* d* lo.
bienes eita**t I vftler Miaado por lot
1 parto*, y a*rA ofert* admisible 1* au<
I cubra la mitad 4*1 rala* 4* los bi*n*t
I a4vtrti4Pd*** *u* ai n* a* presantarer
j p**t*r n **at f*ch*. s* har 1 rematr
i al di* ticuianta y admitir caalquiei
pofura
S* *4mitn fertaa hasta las ruatr'
I 4* i* tame, y 4* ee* hora en adestnt*
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ta Mara Jilma de Obalda.
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Luis Gilberto Batista.
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alumnos de la Escuela de Ar-
quitectura de la Universidad de
Panam.
5Canto por John Mosley
6Nmeros de Malabarlsmo
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Arquitectura de la Universidad
de Panam.
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ora Olea Zubieta de Oller.
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de la Universidad de Panam.
8 Alrededor del Mundo. Bai-
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la de Gladys de Heurtematte.
El Procurador
ble trascendencia en el curso de
los procesos y han facilitado
en forma notoria el cumpli-
miento de los fines de la justi-
cia.
Dado el aumento de la delln-
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Mara del Rey en "El Panam*
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cipales artistas del programa La Voz de las Americas da
Nueva York, se presenta esta noche en el Hotel 'T.l Panam".
La Srta del Rey posee un gran sentido de apreciacin
musical y esto qued demostrado cuando escogi a un grupo
de guitarristas casi desconocidos para que la acompaaran)
en su programa dr la Voz de las Americas. Este grupa pron-
to adquiri fama internacional como el "Trio lo Panchos".
Mara del Rey naci en Colombia pero se cri en Califor-
nia y se encuentra en Panam pasando dos semanas de va-
caciones, las cuales aprovechar para cantar en el Hotel "El
Panam". Esta es la primera vez que "El Panam" presen-
ta una atraccin de esta naturaleza.
Con un triple programa ser
celebrado maana y el lunes
el 10 Aniversario del Ancn
Para celebrar su dcimo ani-
versario de estar funcionando,
el Teatro Ancn ofrecer ma-
ana domingo y el lunes, un
programa extraordinario, pa-
.aiHio oor su pantalla tres su-
perproducciones del cine en es-
paol; al ofrecer este programa,
la gerencia del Teatro Ancn
rompe precedentes para exhi-
biciones de "fin de semana", lo
cual lo hace para testimoniar
de esta manera su agradeci-
miento a su numerosa cliente-
la que. durante estos diez aos
ha hecho del Teatro Ancn, uno
de los teatros de barrio mas
populares de nuestra ciudad.
Las pelculas seleccionadas
para este sensacional evento ci-
nematogrfico son: "Conozco a
los Dos', con la sensacional es-
trella y mejor bailarina del ci-
ne, Aiqalia A'mihir y los Cua-
tes Castillas: Ramn Armengod,
el galn cantor, Emilia Guiu y
la "rumbera de fuego", Gloria
Ros en "Buenas Noches ml A-
mor" y la estrella de estrellas
Dolores del Ro y Jorge Mistral
en "Deseada".
cuencla habido en el pas, que
corresponde al de su poblacin
en los ltimos veinte aos y se
relaciona estrechamente en la
actualidad con a crisis econmi-
ca y fiscal que tiene" manifes-
taciones en todo el mundo, la
exigencia de orden tcnico de
que acten constantemente y
con regularidad los defensores
en los mltiples procesos qu*
: cursan en los tribunales de jus-
ticia, hace ver en forma clara
| la necesidad de que se manten-
ga el servicio expresado.
De usted atentamente,
(fdo.) V. A. DE LEON S.,
Procurador General de la Na-
cin.
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O. PANAMA AMRICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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AGINA SIETI
CONSIDERADAS ENTRE LAS MEJORES
JGADORAS DEL BASKET TABLEO
La Selecta triunf
anoche y subi al
2o. lugar en bolos
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Torneo de Bolos
G. P. PJe.
Caf Darn ........ 3 .">
Morrii............. 3 -?5
Select ............7 5 .M3
pinocha ............. < Mt
Entrometkl<. ......* .Mt
Royal .-.............6 -5M
Tropical ...........5 7 -4H
ptica Sosa ........ 8 1 -416
Taller Souaa ......4 8 333
Novatos ............. 3 I .25t
La Importadora Selecta se co-
loc en el segundo lugar del
torneo "Jantzen" al vencer ano-
che al Pinocho 3 a 1, en uno
de los Juegos mas Interesantes
del torneo, triunfando por la
escasa margen de pines. O.
arlmaWo logr hacer su segun-
do Juego de honor.
La anotacin individual fu
la siguiente:
PINOCHO
Barba- 183 170 173 828
Orlmaldo 160 189 147 480
Menasche US 132 141 302
Brin 178 178 141 497
Acrich 126 132 142 400
763 801 744 2298
Aqu presentamos a dos de las mejores jugadoras del equipo
Ornar, de la Liga de Basketball del Primer Ciclo de Las Ta-
blas, cuyas actuaciones en la justa reaultaron altamente sa-
tisfactorias. Josefa "China" Luque (xqulerda), dio gran ba-
talla en el torneo y se le considera como la mejor cuidadora.
Ana Catalina Mora, capitana del Ornar, se encuentra catalo-
gada entre las mejores de la justa.____________
Ganaron Ayer indios, Medias
Rojas. Carmelitas y Yanquis
Servicio de la Prensa, Unida
Bob Lemon conquist su
cuarto triunfo consecutivo por
anotacin de 6 carreras a 4 so-
bre los Medias Blancas de Chi-
cago en el juego celebrado ano-
che en Cleveland. Mientras tan-
to los Yanquis derrotaron a los
Atltlcos por anotacin de 3
carreras a 1.
Los Medias Blancas se encuen-
tran ahora a ocho juegos del
primer lugar. Loa Indios gana-
ron asi 23 de sus .ltimos, 30
Juegos.
En el luego entra los Yan-
quis y Atltlcos, Lopat conquis-
t su cuarto Juego consecutivo
y el dcimo quinto de la tem-
porada. Mlze y Gil McDougal"
fueron los mejores en la ofen-
(iva.
Los Medias Sojas se coloca-
ron a cuatro "VttgOB "y" medio
del primer lugar al vencer a loa
Senadores por 6 carreras a 4.
Mel Parnell conquist asi su
acimo cuarto triunfo. Mientras
tanto los colero de este cir-
cuito los Carmelitas de San
Luis vencieron a los Tigres por
4 carreras a 2.
En la Liga Nacional
Los Cardenales vencieron a
los Rojos de Clnclnattl por 4
carreras a 3 en diez episodios,
cuando el lanzador Gerry Staley
gan su propio Juego al conec-
tar un sencillo con las bases
llenas con dos outs. Mel Queen
se anot su cuarto triunfo del
ao en brillante duelo con Cal
Mellan al vencer los Piratas a
los Cachorros por 3 a 0. Mallsh
no permiti el primer lncoglblt
hasta la sptima entrada y ste
se debi a que el jardinero
Frankle Baumholtz equivoc la
trayectoria de la pelota en un
fly de Ralph Klner que por ello
result sern doble. Los parti-
dos entre Ivs Dodgers y Bravos
y los Gigantes vs Phillies fue-
ron suspendidos por lluvia.
Convocatoria del Sexto Campeonato
Nacional de Basketball de Santiago
Comit Organizador del VI
Campeonato Nacional de-
Baloncesto.
'CONVOCATORIA"
El Comit Organizador del
Vio. Campeonato nter-Provin-
cial de Baloncesto, convoca por
medio de la presente a todas
las Provincias de la Repblica
de Panam, para que participen
en este Torneo que se efectua-
r de acuerdo con las siguien-
tes
BASES
1Lugar y fecha:Se efec-
tuar en la ciudad de Santiago
durante los das comprendidos
entre el 11 de Septiembre al 22
del mismo mes del presente ao
Los encuentros se llevarn a
cabo en el Gfmsanio de la Es-
cuela Normal "J. D. Arosoine-
na".
2Inscripciones:Sern gra-
tuitas. Debern presentarse en
la forma especial que se enve
con la presente convocatoria.
Debern enviarse debidamente
requlsltadas al Presidente del
Comit Organizador, seor Al-
ois Diaz, Las inscripciones que-
dan abiertas desde la fecha y
e cierran el 31 de Agosto del
presente ao a las 12 p.m.
3Admisin:-Para participar
en este Campeonato los juga-
dores "Deben ser oriundos de
la Provincia que Representan;
tener por lo menos 10 aos de
edad, ser aficionado, de acuerdo
con el Cdigo aceptado por a
Federacir Nacional de Balon-
cesto; no haber participado en
las Ligas Provinciales de Pana-
m; No haber participado en
estos campeonatos en "Cuatro
Aos" Anteriores y comprobar
mediante Certificado Mdico el
buen estado de salud. Cada ju-
gador debe traer ropa de cama.
4 Competencias: Cada Pro-
vincia solo podr inscribir un
equipo pare que la represente.
Bate campeonato se realizar
bajo el sistema de una vuelta
(Round Robin i.
5Reglas:Regirn las re-
glas que est usando actual-
mente la Liga Provincial de Pa-
nam.
6Jueces: Sern nombrados
por el Comit Organizador en-
tre los miembros que forman
la Asociacin de Arbitros de
Baloncesto de Panam.
7Premio:Se otorgarn
trofeos para loe equipos que
terminen en el lo. 2o. y 3o lu-
COMPRE...
TROPIDUPA I
PROTEJAMOS LA
INDfSTRIA NACIONAL!
gar; medallas para los Jugado-
res del equipo Campen; tro-
feo para el equipo ms caba-
lleroso, medalla para el juga-
dor ms valioso; novato, de-
fensa y metedor. Trofeo para el
equipo Campen de Tiros Li-
bres.
8Junta de Capitanes:Pa-
ra conocer y resolver sobre pro-
testas que se presenten sobre el
derecho que tenga tal o cual
Jugador de actuar por alguna
Provincia, y para ayudar en la
Organizacin general del Cam-
peonato, se efectuar una jun-
ta de capitanes ?1 dia lo. de
Septiembre de 1651 a la 8 de
la noche, en los salones de la
Biblioteca Pblica de Santiago,
9Jurado de Honor:Todas
las cuestiones que no puedan ser
resueltas por el Comit Orga-
nizador de este Campeonato, se
darn al Jurado de Honor que
el comit ha nombrado para
esta competencias.
10Transitorio:T o d o s los
puntos no previstos en la pre-
sente Convocatoria o en los
Reglamentos de Baloncesto, se-
rn resueltos por el Comit Or-
ganizador del VI Campeonato
Nacional de Baloncesto o por el
Jurado de Honor.
Santiago, Agosto 6 de 1951.
Albis Daz,
Presidente del Comit Organi-
zador del Vio. C. de Baloncesto
El Secretarle
Eustolio D. Him M.
Se obliga al campen
espaol Luis Romero
a defender su ttulo
La Unin europeo de boxeo
decret que el espaol Luis Ho-
mero campen peso gallo de
Europa deber defender su i-
tro el 5 de Septiembre en Glas-
gow frente al escoss Peter
Keenan.
IMPORTADORA SELECTA
Wright 153 149 178 480
Rennert 146 117 160 423
Cucaln
Moreno
Chlarl
136 170 437
129 188 150 467
170 136 165 471
Partidos De Gran Expectacin Ofrece
Esta Noche El Basketball Mayor
Existen sobrados
motivos para esperar
3 reidos cotejos
Handicap
727 72". 823 2278
26 26 26 78
755 752 849 2356
Qued a un segundo del
record Centroamericano
ADELINA BERNARD
Destacada atleta de la Escue-
la Profesional, que- en el pasa-
do Concurse de Pista y Campo
qued a un segund del record
Centroamericano en la carrera
de 160 metros. Est atravesan-
do excelentes condicione* y es
por el moment* la mejor corre-
dor en distancias cortas.
Se agruparn en
una Asociacin los
anotadores de bisbol
Los deportistas que recibieron
el pasado jueves Diploma de
Anotadr de Baseball, se han
agrupado para formar una Aso-
ciacin que llene las necesida-
des de esta naturaleza en nues-
tro bisbol.
Las conversaciones sobre esta
Asociacin de Anotadores de
Baseball van bien adelantadas
y el prximo martes s ***-
r una reunin a las 8 p.m. en
la Escuela Manuel J. _>
para proceder a la formal l.n-
dacin de esta nueva enik'-'.d,
que deber rendir positivos be-
neficios a nuestra pelota.
BASKETBALL FEMENINO
Categora Mayor
Segunda Vuelta
G. P. PJe.
Daar ............. 3' 2 .600
Operten............ 3 2 .600
Crdenas ..........Z -500
M. Vigor ............ 1 3 .250
BASKETBALL MASCULINO
Categora Mayor
Segunda Vuelta
O. P. PJe.
Lord. Chester. ------8 1 .8
Dep. Bam ............ 6 4 -600
Maarlcio ............. 4 8 .556
Carta Vieja -........ 4 6 -400
Juegos de esta noche
Nehi vs M. Vigor
7.00 (Femenino Menor)
Daar vs Malta Vigor
8.00 (Mayor Femenina)
Carta Vieja vs Mauricio
Masculino
Por BETO TEJADA
Con tres interesantes partidos
continan esta noche las Compe
tencias de Basketball de la ciu-
dad capital en el Gimnasio Na-
cional.
Nehi vs M. Vigor
Este juego corresponde al cir-
cuito femenino menor, que tan
buena aceptacin ha tenido en-
tre el pblico, y se miden por
el puesto de honor los equipos
Nehi y Malta Vigor, encontrn-
dose ambOT invictos. Un gran
choque se espera entre estos
dos conjuntos.
Daar vs Malta Vigor
Daar, el aguerrido equipo de
mayor femenina, trata esta no-
che de sacar ventaja en su ca-
tegora y aduearse del coman-
do, cuando se vea frente al
Malta Vigor, el sorpresivo equi-
po integrado por canasteras de
Coln, que esta noche vienen
en pos de su segundo xito.
Carta Vieja vs Mauricio
Este partido servir para ce-
rrar la tripleta canastera de
hoy y el Mauricio buscar la
manera de empatar el segunda
lugar al Bam. Esta noche ten-
dr Julio Arosemena, la opor-
tunidad de descontar la ventaja
que le lleva Tito Cellls en U
lucha del titulo de mayor ano-
tador. CelMs tiene 378 puntos y
Arosemena 325 faltndole al
primero dos juegos, frente al
Mauricio y Chesterfield y a)
otro sin Incluir el de hoy tres,
que son frente al C Vieja, Ches
terfleld y Bam.
Bula y Felipe perdomo, y So-
to son los arbitros, siendo Car-
dales el suplente, coutt y Sar-
miento anotadores, E. Arose-
mena, Camao y Zeballos s-n
lo inspectores de puerta, y Me-
na y Corcio en el cronmetro.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
Ce cita por este medio a una
Importante reunin esta noche
a las 8 en el Gimnasio Nacional
a los representantes de lo equl
pos Barcelona, Carlos Eleta y
Centenario de la Liga Provin-
cial Menor de Basketball para
tratar asuntos relacionados con
la serie final por el titulo. Se
ruega puntual asistencia.
NO ASMS Ao*
Hs c I afloa la Sr. Sara Orate* da
Faniifio. taba en rama aufrUndo da
un fuerte ataque t Aama. Habla per-
dido II kilos da peao, ufrla da ata-
quaa asmtico qa la inoraba y qua
la Impedan dormir, y ya caat habla
perdido la aparana da aaarulr Tlvl-
ndo. La norhe qua usfl Manaca ate
ax-abft con lo* espasmos aamtlcoa. En
loa dos anos pasados no ha yuelto a
sufrir da Aama. Mandace ha tenido*
tanto xito ofreciendo dar a loa
Bcente* respiracin fcil y libre en
bora*. Pida Manaca an cualquier
farmacia hoy misma y yea lo bien
que dormir esta ocha y cunto
raVSIISeiVV maSana.
Ceasbaas W lian t unid* *''' ** "
EL PALUDISMO
es el ms grande destructor de la vida humana.
300 millones de personas, sufrirn de paludismo
este ano y de ellas por lo menos 3 millones
morirn.
Aferrte de la mano salvadora de la
QUININA.
La QUININA ha sido la base principal en >..
tratamiento del paludismo durante los ltimos
130 arlos. Una dosis diaria de 1 grm. a 1.3 erras.
de QUININA durante un periodo de 5 a 7 das
cura con xito un ataque agudo de paludismo.
La mejor oportunidad de curacin radical en
las recadas del paludismo, la ofrece nn
tratsmiento durante 14 dias dr
QUINIPLEX
i.uu combinacin de sulfato de quinina y
fosfato de pentaquina. i
Con el Fuerza y Luz se completaron los 3
equipos del grupo "Gringo de la Guardia" que
jugarn en la serie final del basket, menor
BASKETBALL DE SEGUNDA
Categora
Provincia de Panam
Circuito Masculino
Grupo
"GRINGO DE LA GUARDIA"
Estado d los Equipos
' G P pts.
ptica Sosa (x) .8 1.000
Pelbnex (x) ...... 6 t .750
Fuerza y Luz ...... 6 2 .750
Ciela ........... 4 I .571
Alemn Jr......4 3 .571
Eva Pern ...... 3 5 .375
Orion ........... 1 .1*5
CHE VILLALOBOS"
Bam Jr. ...
Centenario
Dep. Eleta .
Barcelona .
Pepslcola ..
Leevre ....
Madurlto ..
<;
t
6
I
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3
I
2
P
1
2
2
2
4
5
5
pts.
m
.750
.714
.714
.400
.333
.386
LANZADORAS. Wllda Mae Turner toma datos, mientras
Betty Grayson se prepara para la accin de la Liga de Soft-
ball de mujeres de Chicago. La Turner Juega con el equi-
po "Bloomer Girls" y la Grayson es una de las mejores
Untadoras de este circuito.________________.
Se Propone La Creacin De Una
Junta De Arbitraje En El Base
Rodelag .......I
Panamericana .. I
I
.250
.111
WASHINOTOi Agosto 11 (U.
P.)Declarando ante la Comi-
sin de la Cmara que Investi-
gar si el baseball Infringe a la
ley contra monopolios. Damon
Miller, Secretarlo y Gerente de
negocios del equipo San Fran-
cisco de la Liga de la Costa del
Pacfico dijo que los aficionados
de la Costa Occidental podran
tener una liga mayor en cues-
tin de dos o ties aos si las
Grandes Ligas dejaran reclutar
a sus mejores Jugadores.
Las Ligas nacional y ameri-
cana pueden reclutar Jugadores,
de la Liga del Pacifico por un
precio fijo de diez mil dlares
y segn Miller la suma es 'su-
mamente ridicula" y ha obli-
gado al San Francisco y otras
novenas de esa Liga vender sus
mejores Jugadores antes de que
sean seleccionados y pagados al
precio oficial.
Miller defendi la clusula
de reserva pero sugiri la crea-
cin de una.Junta de Arbitra-
je que determine los casos de
los peloteros que crean que no
han sido tratados con Justicia
al firmar un nuevo contrato
anual.
El Ambato le gan
por 4 a 2 al Panameo
Peruano ayer en fut
El equipo Ambato se Impuso
ayer al Panameo Peruano por
4 tantos a 2 en el partido de
ftbol que sostuvieron en el Es-
tadio Nacional en honor al
Ecuador, que celebr ayer su
fecha clsica.
El encuentro result movido
y reido y el primer tiempo
termin empatado a un tanto,
pero en la segunda mitad los
ecuatorianos apuraron el juego
y obtuvieron el triunfo. Regino
Arosemena con dos goles, A,
Gordon y G. Arosemena con uno
fueron los marcadores de los
vencedores, y por los peruanos
anotaron Cullar y C. Torres.
Sirvi a satisfaccin el arbitro
Samuel Darkins.
El Presidente de la Federa-
cin Nacional de Ftbol, Sr. F.
rxtranl, dio el saque de honor
y despus del Juego don un
bello trofeo al onceno Ambato.
Por BETO TEJADA
' ptica Sosa, Pellmex y Fuer-
za y Luz, son los tres primeros
equipos, todos del Gringo de la
Guardia que- adquieren el dere-
cho de Ir a la serle final por
el titulo de "Campen" de Bas-
ketball masculino de segunda
categora de Panam. >
El Fuerza y Luz elimin ano-
che al Alemn Jr. al superarlo
en reido partido por 40 a 38.
Taboga Aguirre y Davis Peralta
con 12 y 10 puntos fueron ejes
centrales para la victoria,
mientras que Farfalt lograba
20 puntos para su equipo.En
otro de los Juegos de anoche el
Barcelona mantuvo su opcin
para clasificar al vencer al pep-
slcola por 46 a 16.Elias San
Jur con 14 puntos y Tun con
10 fueron los mejores de los ga-
nadores.
En el otro Juego Lefevre ven-
ci a Panamericana por 42 a 40
En el grupo Che Villalobos an
no hay ningn equipo clasifica-
do y la disputa esta entre el
Bam Jr. Centenario, Carlos Ele-
ta y Barcelona, teniendo el Bam
y Eleta Juegos pendientes.
Andadores y S. Blas
chocan en sollball en
Sania Rila maana
El equipo de los Anotadores
de Baseball y el conjunto d-
San Blas sostendrn manara
un comentado partido de soft-
ball a las 2 de la tarde en el
cuadro de Santa Rita.
Tanto los machis como lo"
anotadores cuentan con equipos
aguerridos y bien entrenados y
se espera un cotejo muy intere-
sante.
No Se Le Da Oportunidad a Harry
Matthews Para Discutir El Ttulo
SEATTLE, Agosto 11 (UP)
Smith Troy, fiscal general del
Estado de Washington orden
la preparacin de un memorn-
dum al Secretarlo de Justicia
En forma reida se
efecta campeonato
mundial de golf
CHICAGO. Agosto 11 (UP)
El argentino Roberto de Vicen-
zo termin la segunda vuelta
del torneo por el campeonato
mundial de golf empatado en
el sptimo lugar con otros seis
jugadores con un total de 142
puntos al recorrer la vuelta de
ayer con 72 golpes.
En primer lugar con 69 en la
etapa de ayer termin Jimmy
Demare con un total de 136 y
empatados por el segundo lu-
gar con un total de 137 y 39
y 68 respectivamente en la se-
gunda terminaron Ben Hogan
y Clayton Hewfner.
J. Howard McGrath exponiendo
que existe una discriminacin
contra el boxeador de Seattle,
Harry Matthews al que no se
le da oportunidad de enfren-
tarse al campen mundial de
los semipesados Joey Maxim en
la discusin del ttulo.
El objeto del memorndum
es determinar si existe motivo
de la querella contra criminal
contra el Club Internacional de
Boxeo de Nueva York que pac-
t el encuentro entre Maxim y
Bob Murphy al que Matthews
ha vencido.
Citacin Deportiva
EL I. G. & D. NOMBRA
MARAA NUEVA DIRECTIVA
El prestigioso Instituto de
Gimnasio y Deportes nombrar
maana su nueva Junta Direc-
tiva en la importante reunin
que tendr a las 10 a.m. en su
Gimnasio del Estadio, por to
cual se pide puntual y comple-
ta asistencia a todos los miem-
bros.
AVIACIN GENERAL, S. A.
Se complace en poner a la orden de su numerosa
clientela, su nuevo itinerario a las
provincias Centrales
Por slo Bi. 5.oo
Sale de Puitilla....... 7:30 a.m.
Sale de Aguadulce..... 8:30 a.m.
Sale de Santiago. ..... 9:30 a.m.
Sale de Chitr.......11:00 a.m.
Llega a Pantilla.......12:00 m.
RESERVE SU PASAJE COIS TIEMPO
Telfono 3-1337 Aeropuerto Paitillr
en Santiago llame al Aeropuerto
en Chitr llame al Sr. Jorge E. Berbey
1
->-
I
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le proporcionan
los BATERAS
ATLAS
.&i ..
Arranque rpido... gran reserva da
potencia... alto nivel de agua... envase fuer-
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3:30 Los Guaracheros
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3:45 t'pirera'
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4:15 Carrera
4:30 Orquesta Billo's Caracas
Boys
4:45 Carrera
5:00 Canario y su cuarteto
6:l.i Carrera
5:3(i Bailables panamericanos
6:30 Kuiul'i musical
7:0 Grandes organistas del
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7:30 Nuestros artistas
7:45 Acordes porteos
8:00 R Hit Parade
8:15 Msica tiplea panamea
8:30 El Carrusel de la alegra
cortesa de la Licorera
Tropical, S. A.
9:00 La Zarzuela del Sbado
10:00 En el Mundo de los
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11:00 Buenas noches
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MAANA DOMINGO
Buenos dias
Almanaque de la
Panamericana
Valses favoritos
Ritmos del Norte
Delicias tropicales
El Concierto Matutino
Mxico y su msica
Espaoleras
Concierto de la maana
Sorteo de la Lotera
Nacional
Canta Tony Chiroldy
Musir variada
Msica de salon
Ritmos bailables
La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
narrador Eduardo Molino
Estampas mexicanas
1:1.1 Carrera
1:30 Sonora Matancera
1:45 Carrera
2:00 Cancionero de la tarde
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera.
Planes para una
coalicin hacen
los israelitas
Sionistas norteamericanos han
opinado que las mejores ez.ie-
ranzas* sobre el futuro de Itiftel
estn en una coalicin entre el
Mapal y el Sionista General
TEL AVIV, Agosto 11 (UP).
Al hablar ante el Congreso
Mundial Sionista, el Primer Mi-
nistro de Israel, David Ben Cu-
non Invit a todos los parti-
os "excepto al Sionista Gene-
ral y al Comunista" a formar
parte de una coalicin.
Ben Gurion especific que tal
coalicin tendr que basarse en
U plataforma de su partido La-
borista Mapal.
Por su parte, los dirigentes
ECONMICOS
Vvelos Je E
xcursion
aIOSANGOB
SLO B 157,
VIAJE REDONDO,
TARIFAS DE EXCURSION
nicamente Pan Amer-
ican le ofrece la oportunidad
de viiitar Loi Angeles, a este
bajsimo precio combinado de
excursin, en vigor hasta Sep-
tiembre 30. con lmite de 30
das en el tramo Mxico Los
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pletar el viaje entero.
El Vuelo ms Rpido
Por PAA usted vuela a Los
Angeles n un solo da,
aprovechando el lujoso servi-
cio en DC-6. sin escalas, des-
de la Ciudad de Mxico.
Vea a tu Agente de Viajes o a
NCANTr
Aire Acondicionado
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EL EVENTO DEPORTIVO
MAS SOBRESALIENTE DEL AO!
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POR EL CAMPEONATO MUNDIAL DEL
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75 ASALTOS COMPLETOS!
45 Minutos de Pelea! 52 Minutos de Exhibicin!
Adems: Una Pelcula de Gran Accin!
"LA CANCIN DEL
BANDOLERO"
VAUGHN MONROE
El dolo de la Radio, en
SIGUE HOY!
1:0.-., 2:45, 4:45, 6:54
9:00 p.m.
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PROGRAMA DE 2 GRANDES PELCULAS!

MSICA
MAESTRO
de WALT DISNEY
en Technicolor!
-y "
Contrabandistas
de Armas
- con
TIM HOLT
Adems:
GRAN RIFA CON
MUCHOS PREMIOS!
CHICOS Y L. .M.xbS, VENGAN TODOS, A
VER LA MEJOR MATINAL
DEL AO!
Precio nico
25e
ESTA NOCHE
Funcin de Medianoche!
A las 11 p.m.
TODO NUEVO!...
TODO VERDAD!...
La nueva arma de defensa!
Formidable! Mortal... Su
historia y la de los hombres
que la hicieron! Drama de
amor y sacrificio!...
LA BOMBA QUE
PERSIGUE A SU PRESAI
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BMnt-MI -tal aM. BM4 M !*,
VSBBM
NMi ft Matt ima |
la.
Por
primera vez
en el cine!
w.-H
Martes Prximo!
FSTRF.NO ESPECIAL!
En la selva humanadonde
el hombre es dey... ESTA
MUJER se Impuso!... Todo
hizo y a todo se expuso pa-
ra llegar a la cima!...
'AMBICIN de MUJER"
SUSAN HAYWARD
DAN DAILEY
GEORGE SANDERS
TEATRO IRIS
HOY!
EXTRAORDINARIO DOBLE PROGRAMA!
Una pelcula sorprendente por su dramtico asunto y su
Incomparable reparto!...
ZULLY MORENO ARTURO DE CORDOVA
CARLOS LOPEZ MOCTEZUMA CHE REYES, en
MARIA MONTECRISTO"
Adems: NINON SEVILLA VICTOR JUNCO
En la Soberbia Produccin Musical
"AVENTURERA"
DESDE JUEVES!
SOBERBIA!
EKran triunfo dramtico de
JOAN CRAWFORD!
r Cul
era la
mentira
de
Harriet
Craig?
JOAN WENDfll
CRAWFORD-COREY
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^ii^aMMAaf
Se acusa a E.U.
de usar a Corea
como trampoln
LONDRES, agosto 11. (UP).
La Agencia Telegrfica Central
Coreana en un despacho dis-
tribuido en Londres por la a-
aencla de noticias "Tass'* del
Gobierno ruso, acus a Estados
Unidos de tratar de usar el te-
rritorio nor-coreano como tram-
poln para un ataque a Rusia.
En estas declaraciones en
la que se han usada las frases
ms violentas de toda la pro-
paganda comunista en relacin
con la guerra de Corea la
agencia dice que si las fuerzas
norteamericanas al mando del
General Douglas MacArthur ne-
cesitaron aproximadamente 40
dias para llegar a las fronte-
ras de la unin Sovitica y
China, la nueva lnea pedida
por los norteamericanos acor-
tara el perodo necesario para
volver a las mismas fronteras.
PRESIENTE
RED PANAMERICANA
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Desde las 10:00 a.m.
RESORTES
El primer bailarn del cine,
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MI Wf
con CARLOS VKLADr.S
JOSEFINA DEL MAR
SYLVIA D Kit BES
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Ritmo a toda mquina, m-
sica en los pies, y bailes mo-
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bln saldr bailando...!_______
Rafael BALEDOIV
David SILVA y
Lua PRADO en,
ttflfliE
-~ eon
US MELLIZAS DOLLY
LA RUMBA? EL BOLERO?
LA ZAMBA? LA CONGA?
EL TANGO? EL VALS?
NADA S PUEDE...
COMPARAR COMO
CUANDO...
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SIGUE TRIUNFANDO LA GRAN PELCULA CUBANA QUE
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Una pelcula alegre y moral con: Mambos! Boleros! Afros!
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ser! Con YOLANDA PAROLO ARMANDO OSORIO y los
Artistas panameos Farouk Santamara Rosita Dias.
DESDE EL JUEVES!
LA GRAN SORPRESA BOXISTICA DE LA TEMPORADA!
WALCOTT arrebata el titulo de loa pesados a CHARLES!
LA PELEA DEL MOMENTO:
EZZARD CHARLES
CONTRA
JERSEY JOE WALCOTT
SBADO, AGOSTO
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Tandas: 1:20 3:00 5:00 7.00 9.00
ESCLAVOS del ORO
Las balas eran su Ley... La muerte su
compaera, el demonio su mandatario...
Tal era la poblacin en que los hombres
se convertan en "Esclavos del Oro".
ERROL FLYNN
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TEATROS
PRESENTAN!
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TEATRO LUX
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SABIA MUCHO PARA SEGUIR
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'Secreto de Estado'
eon Dourlas Fairbanks, Jr.
raa Johns .
CENTRAL
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Peyton
en Tokio!
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BILLA VISTA
Un drama fuerte.
Violento., con una
trama repleta de -
emocionantes tuce-
aoal...
Humphrey
BOGART
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CONCIENCIA'
[teatro Cecilia:
Una Pelcula que Cinta la Belleza de la
Mujer Tropical I
"NUDISMO EN EL TRPICO"
ron Yolanda Parolo Armando Otarlo
PROHIB A para MENOBE8 de 18 AJOS!
TROPICAL
"ESCLAVOS
DEL ORO''
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ERROL FLYNN
OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND
ANN SHERIDAN
TEATRO ENCANTO
la pelea del ao!
sugar robinson
randy'turpin
- Adems: -
Ella Raines, en
"LA CANCIN DEL
BANDOLERO"
TEATRO TIVOLI
"Victor Mature Terry
Moore, en
"CASA DE JUEGO"
Bette Davis, en
"LA EGOSTA"___
JTEATROEDISON_
John Garfleld, en
"SU ULTIMO REFUGIO"
Burt Lancaster, en
"El Halcn y La Flecha"
TEATRO IRIS
Arturo de Cordova, en
"MARIA MONTECRISTO"
Nin Sevilla, en
"AVENTURERA"
VARIEDADES
UN AMOR TRUNCADO POR
LA FATALToam
Roberto
CAAEDO

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DOMNGUEZ |
Fernando
FERNANDF.7
en
"UN DIaTT
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
ERROL FLYNN
Dean Stockwell, en
"KIM DE LA INDIA"
- Ademas: -
Loretta Young, en
LA CARTA DELATORA"
TEATRO VICTORIA
"EL ENIGMA'DE LAS "
TORRES"
(11-1?) Ademas:
"FURIA NEGRA"
"FALSA FELICIDAD"
HISPANO
Pedro Armendrlz, en
"CAMINO AL INFIERNO"
Carlos Orellana, en
"MURI por NOSOTROS"
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"CAFT. AMERICA" 8-9
- Ademas: -
'TERRITORIO SIN LEY"
"ESCAPADAINCREIBLE"
PACIF ICO
"RET del SABOTAJE" I
l-101
"COMPAEROS DEL
DESTINO"
"La lltlmo Jornada"
iDEAL
"HERMANOS DE
SANGRE"
LINDA
EMBUSTERA"
APOLO
ARRABALERA"
"RONDALLA"
nnrtc:i/ci T "flash cordon invade a marte
RUUb t V t L I "Codlio de Honor"
"Terror en la Noche''