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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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AN DfDXPEND'
TO MIAMI
and HOUSTON!
DAILY NIWSPAPB
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country U eafe" Abraham Lincoln.
ScnavAtnsY.O. i
CANADIAN WHISKY ti
PANAMA, R. P.. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1M1
nVE CENTS

s Pour South
As New Offensive Looms
* (NBA Telephoto)
WHERE TWELVE DIED IN TRAIN WRECK The diesel Icoomotlve and passenger coaches of
two Kansas City Southern trains lie In a smoking tangle of wreckage In the Louisiana swamp-
lands after a head-on collision near New Roads. La. One train was a streamliner, the other a
Marine troop train. Twelve died and at least 60 were injured.
jfit COLOMBIA
Tulcn
OtavdoL
BORDER SHOOTING has reportedly taken place between
Peru and Ecuador In the border area here shown. The map
shows the Zuma zone (3) where the first Incidents allegedly
took place, and the town of Santiago (2) which Ecuador
claims was attacked by Peruvian forces.
*
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Peru Probes Border Clashes
As Ecuador Denies Charges
LIMA. Aug. 14 (UP) ThePe-
ruvian Senile agreed today to ask
Foreign Affairs Minister Manuel
Gallagher to report on the gov-
ernment's charges that Ecuador
has provoked the recent serles o
border incidents.
Chiva Driver's Doze
Scrambles Chickens.
Pigs, Passengers
..driver of a chiva travelling
aouth on CTalllard Highway near
Gate 2 of Albrook Field fell
asleep at the wheel at 3:00 this
morning, pausing injury to three
of the passengers who were
given flat aid treatment at
Gorgas Hospital.
The driver, a 26 year old Pa-
namanian. Jose Maria Nieto,
dozed off at the wheel of the
thlva loaded with chickens and
pig*, and coming from the In-
terior of Panama.
The vehicle veered toward the
left side of the road Into the
ditch and slid 113 feet on Its
side, according to two eye-wit-
nesses. Donald Hutchins and
Donald Hobart, both Americans
of Curundu who reported the
incident to the police, and help-
ed the people get out of the
chiva.
The passengers who were
slightly lnlured, Modesto Barrio,
25. Anna Mercedes de Velarde.
27. and Inocencio Garcia, 40. all
Panamanians residing In Gua-
rare. were given treatment at
Gorgas b&pr. L. J. Parker and
then released.
Garcia, who was treated for
5lest injuries, was advised to
port to a Panama hospital for
irther examination. The driver,
ieto. and Ellas Bustamante.
another passenger, escaped In-
juries. .. ,.
Damages to the chiva could
not be determined, however. }t
appeared to the police that It
would be able to operate under
its own power when uprlghted.
The driver Is at liberty pend-
ing further lnyestlgatlon.
The latest reported here was
that an Ecuadorian plane ma-
chlnegunned Peruvian troops In
the disputed frontier area be-
tween the two countries. -
The Ecuadorian government
has denied these cnarges.
Last night citizens of Quito
paraded to the Government pal-
ace to demonstrate their "patrio-
tic solidarity" with the govern-
ment.
Ecuadorian President Galo
Plaza told the demonstrators
there had been no casualties In
the border incidents so far.
The Peruvian Chamber of De-
puties has expressed Its support
for government policy In the af-
fair.
The latest Peruvian communi-
que one of a series of charges
and countercharges between the
two countries said the alleged
Ecuadorian strafing attack tobk
place In the Chlnchlpe sector.
This Is reportedly the scene of
a number of other Incidents
which Peru claims were provoked
by drunken Ecuadorian soldiers.
The Peruvian communique like-
wise mentioned no casualties.
World-Wide Chain
Of US Bases OKd
By Congress' Vole
WASHINGTON. Aug. 15 (UP)
The House of Representatives, by
a vote of 352 to 5. today approved
the $5,768.720.000 military con-
struction bill that will include a
billion-dollar chain of air bases
at secret overseas sites, many of
them in, and around Western Eu-
rope.
The bill now goes to the Sen-
ate. It is the United States' big-
gest appropriation in war or
peace for such a purpose. Senate
approval la believed assured.
The measure authorizes the
Army, Navy and Air Force to
build and expand hundreds of
bases in this country and over
much of the rest of the world.
The record construction meas-
ure carries top priority rating
from the Defense Department.
Hearst. 89. Dies
In Beverly Hills
BEVERLY IIILL. California,
Ang. 14 (UP) William Ran-
dolph Hearst, 89,- who headed
the Hearst' newspaper chain,
died at his home here this
morning.
Though he had been ill in
recent years he continued per-
sonally to direct his far-flung-
newspaper empire till his last
days.
He leaves a widow and five
sons.
Senate Body Urges
Full Appropriation
For Canal Housing
The Civil Functions bill carry-
ing appropriations for the Canal
Zone government and the Pana-
ma Canal Company for the Fis-
cal Year 1952 has been reported
out of committee in the Senate,
according to a cable reaching the
Isthmus last night from W. M.
Price. CLU-MTC representative.
The Senate Committee also re-
commended the passage of the
full appropriation requested by
Canal authorities for housing.
It thus moves to restore the
(73.000 slashed from the bill by
the House Appropriations Com-
mittee on June 8 to put teeth in
Its urgent recommendation that
the Secretary of Army "Increase
rentals on government housing,"
on the Zone.
Even if the Senate passes the
bill hi the form recommended by
the Committee It must return for
consideration by the House. ,
yesterday's action, however,
marked an Important milestone
toward getting the full housing
Item Included In the final legis-
lation. It indicated, also, that the
Senate Committee did not con-
cur with the action of the House
group which urged rent raises for
Zonlans.
The cable on the committee's
action was received bv local exe-
cutives of the Central Labor Un-
ion and Metal Trades Council
groups. Price has been In Wash-
ington for some weeks as legisla-
tive representative.
DREW PEARSON SAYS:
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Russian Sub, Air Threat
Used At Kaesong Talks
by Drew Pearson
WASHINGTON, Aug. 14 Secret cables from Kaesong
indicate the Communists may be holding the threat of Russian
submarine and air power over the heads of the American nego-
tiators. At one point in the cease-fire talks, Chief Communist
l>clegate Nam II hinted ominously about "Russian submarine
and air potential." .
This is revealed in a secret summary of the August 2 talks,
cabled to the Pentagon by General Ridgway. The summary docs
not quote the negotiators directly, but summarizes their discus-
sion. Here is a paraphrase, taken from the secret summary:
Adm. Turner Joy, the chief American delegate, made the
point that the United Nations control sea and air and that this
should be taken into consideration in setting a cease-fire line.
Gen. Nam II replied with a 10-minut* speech, setting
forth his reasons why the truce line shouk. be at the 38th Paral-
lel. He argued, in effect: "This where the confita began, and
this is where it should end."
"Would you have settled for the 38th Parallel when your
armies were attacking around Pusan? Obviously not," retorted
Admkal Joy.
Then Gen Nam II pointed out, in effett: "You overlook
that Russia's submarine and air potential could be used against
\cu." <
However, Admiral Joy took this implied threat in his
Stfkk, and shot back: "Battle and intelligence reports indicate
that Russia has not been as helpful as she might lie and that
she has not been as free with equipment as you would have
liked."
Then, answering, a threat with a threar, Joy warned in
effect: "Any intervention of new forces would spread the war
immediately."
(Copyright, 1951, by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
Nam II Stands
Firm On Issue
Of Buffer Zone
PEACE CAMP, Korea, Aug. 14
fire Negotiator General Nam II
today scathingly attacked the ar-
gument that United Nations ab-
atid naval superiority should be
considered In fixing the Korean
armistice line.
At the 24th ceasefire confer-
ence meeting In Kaesong and the
14th day of deadlock over the ar-
mistice line, he again demanded
that the line be along the 38th
parallel.
The negotiators nevertheless
decided to keep talking, and
scheduled their 25th meeting for
tomorrow.
The Communist technique at
today's meeting seemed more In
the nature of an attack on the
United Nations proposals than a
defense of their own scheme.
Some circles interpret this as
a sign the Reds have given up
hope of having their 38th paral-
lel demand accepted.
In Tokyo United Nations Su-
freme Commander General Mat-
hew Ridgway said his command
was willing to give and take In
, the fixing of the final armistice
line, so long as it did not mean
the abandonment of vital point*
of defense.
"The line we propose Is the line
now generally held by our forces.
It Is a military line devoid of po-
litical implications."
H said the United Nations
high command had learned
through two sad experiences
when the South Koreans were
overwhelmed In the original
June 25, 1950 invasion, and dur-
ing the Chinese onslaught last
New Year) that the 38th parallel
could not be defended.
Soviet Army Poised
To Strike Europe
House OKs Break
In Czech Trade
On Oatis Case
WASHINGTON, Aug. 15 (UP)
The House of Representatives
voted .today, to break trade rela-
tions with Czechoslovakia imme-
diately and not restore them till
newspaperman William N. Oatis
is freed from his Czech prison.
Members approved a resolution
deploring Oatis' arrest and con-
viction In Prague on spy charges.
They adopted a measure ex-
pressing the sense of Congress
that commercial relations should
be broken off as a reprisal.
At the last moment, the spon-
sor withdrew part of his original
proposal under which Congress
would have proposed the evacua-
tion of all Americans from Czech-
oslovakia, and steps towards
breaking off diplomatic relations
if Oatis were not freed within 90
days.
Hire And Fire
MACAO, Aug. 14 (UP)
Rickshaw puller Tip Me was
arrested today when police
found hidden under the seat
of his rickshaw the revolver
which for two years had
been his sideline business.
He hired It out to robbers
for |25 a job.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 14 (UP I
The House Foreign Affairs
Committee reported today that
the huge Russian army is con-
centrated at various strategic
points ready to strike. ,
No country In Europe has suf-
ficient strength to protect itself,
the committee declared.
'The question of whether or
not European forces can be
equipped fast enough to meet fu-
rture Russian aggression depends
Vrlrnarlly on the United States."
The committee today approv-
ed its formal report on the his-
tnrv-makinit (7.848.750,000 for-
eign aid bill to provide milita-
ry, economic and Point 4 aid to
the free nations of the world.
The report said:
"It Is possible to work out an
effective plan for preventing
Western Europe from being over-
come by Russia.
"The determining factor Is the
time element.
"In the opinion of General Els-
enhower, France Is the key to the
NATO effprtM
"Franc mtjfct provide military
leadership that will bring her
back to her former position of
military prestige, power and
pride.
"Morale in France has been
CLU-MTC To Name
President Sunday
Election of a president to fill
an unexplred term until the next
general election of officers will
be one of the chief Items of bus!
steadily strengthened as a result
of economic recovery, the rebirth
of national self-confidence, the
consciousness of growing nation-
al strength and an increasing be-
lief in the possibility of a success-
ful collective defense against In-
vasion."
8TH ARMY HQ., Korea, Aug. 14 (UP) The Com-
munists are feverishly building up their strength, apparent-
ly for a new offensive on the central front.
United Nations planes last night brought back word
of Red convoys pouring south with reinforcements and
supplies.
Traffic was specially heavy on the road from Wonsan
to the central front bastion of Kumsong.
Many Red vehicles travelled
with headlights, defying United
Nations night bombers.
Red convoys are usually black-
ed out unless a big push Is being
prepared.
Preliminary reports Indicate
that United Nations night intru-
ders destroyed or damaged at
least 100 vehicles last night. An-
o'ther 280 were wrecked Sunday
night.
At the same time Communist
ground troops stepped up their
probing attacks south of Kum-
song.
In the Kansong sector on the
east coast the Reds again thwart-
ed the efforts of United Nations
troops to take a hill which has
defied them for three weeks.
Southwest of the ceasefire con-
ference town of Kaesong an esti-
mated battalion of Communist
Infantry forced a United Nations
withdrawal in a determined ef-
fort to take dominating hills.
First Of Cadets
In Cribbing Group
Leaves West Point
WEST POINT, N. Y Aug.
14 (UP)The flnt of the
90 cadets charged with
cheating In examinations
will leave the United States
Military Academy today,
West Point officials an-
nounced.
The cadets will be given
leaves, after which they
must report to their draft
boards for possible induc-
tion into the Army, the
academy said.
Stowaway Gets 30
Days; To Go Home
To Costa Rica
During yesterday 'afternoon's
session In the Magistrate's
Court at Cristobal. Oscar Serra-
no s., pleaded guilty to the
charge of loitering, and was
sentenced to 30 days in jail.
Serrano, a 21 year old Costa
Rlcan. was arrested upon the
arrival of the 8. S. Ancon yes-
terday morning for stowing
away aboard the ship on Its last
trip north on July 26.
A detention order has been
Issued, and upon expiration of
his sentence, he Will be re-
patriated to Costa Rica.
Distressed Vessel
Fighting Heavy Seas
Heading to Brazil
BUENOS AIRES. Aug .14 (UP)
The Honduran-reglstered
steamer Don Guillermo, with an
Italian captain and crew, has ra-
dioed that its hull is leaking in
heavy seas and that it is trying to
fight Its way back to the Brazil-
ian port of Rio Grande.
Two more vessels, the United
States heavy cruiser Toledo and
the Dutch destroyer Van Galen
Joined the United Nations fleet
pounding northeast coast porta.
Wonsan was bombarded for the
179th straight day.
British Commonwealth war-
ships bombarded targets on the
west coast.
RP Yellow Fever
Case Turns Out
To Be Cosla Rican
A new case of Jungle yellow
fever reported from Panam dur-
ing July to the Pan American
Satnltary Bureau In Washington,
was in fact a Costa Rican case.
The Panama American learned
today from local sources.
The patient lived In Costa Rica
near the boundary line, and con-
tracted the disease there, but was
admitted to the hospital In Al-
mirante, In the Panama Province
of Bocas del Toro. There he re-
covered from the disease.
The same sources confirmed
that three other cases have been
reported from Costa Rica, where
vaccination is now going ahead,
on a country-wide scale similar
to that carried out in Panama,
last year.
Two of the Costa Rlcan case
were brothers who farmed a
small freshly-cleared corn patch,
In a dense forest area near the
town of Roxana. One survived,
the other died.
The third case also fatal
was that of a supervisor of ft
lumber gang working In the Cos-
ta Rlcan jungle near an old ca-
cao plantation.
The location of the most re-
cent Costa Rlcan cases gives sup-
port to the theory that the cur-
rent outbreak of the disease 1
moving northward, though many-
factors have to be weighed be-
fore a scientific conclusion cat
be reached.
Marshal Hushing To
Leave On US Vacation
John E. Hushing. U. S. Mar-
shal for the Canal Zone will
leave Friday for a three month
vacation hi the United States.
During his stay he plans to visit
his brother in Washington.
US Makes Mock War At Home^ Abroad
Enemy Airpower Rips Defenders Marine Jets Slam Malta To Aid
As Homeland Tastes Invasion
FORT BRAGG, N. C, Aug. 14
(UP)'Aggressor" planes ham-
mered at advance U. 8. forces
crippled by a conTmunlcatlons
breakdown today as the na-
tion's "dress reharsal" man-
euvers got underway.
Air-ground coordination of
the U. 'S. forces broke down
temporarily and not a single U.
S. fighter was able to beach the
battle" area where two regl-
82nd's 504th and 505th regi-
ments were left to hold back
the "aggressors" alone.
The Pennsylvania 28th Divi-
sion and the Connectlcut-Ver-
mont-Rhode Island 43rd, both
In dress rehearsal for ship-
Sixth Fleet In Mediterranean
VALETTA. Malta, Aug. 14
(UP) American Banshee jet
fighters smashed at this Brit-
ish Mediterranean stronghold
vesterday In a pre-dawn Pearl
Harbor attack, designed to test
the watery, southern flank of
ment to Europe, were asaemb-1 Gen. Dwlght D. Elsenhower's
ling as fast as possible to Join European defense forces,
the attack. Sixty warships and the planes.
Rear area forces of the 82nd I troops and guns of four At-
were camouflaged and dls- lantlc Pact nations
the green-clad aggressors until
National Guard divlslslons could
be thrown Into the attack.
Elements of the 82nd Air-
borne Division spearheading
the U. S. advance, about four
miles west of here, hit stiff
enemy resistance early,
ness to come before the Central % *?."! JlatdnJXa for %.
Labor Union and Metal Trades !** ^."l."^6?' i
menu were trying to hold back persed against air attack, after massed In the Mediterranean to
Council at their Sunday meeting
at 8:30 a.m. at Balboa Lodge Hall.
Walter Wagner, who recently
returned from Washington where
he served as legislative represen-
tative of the group. Is understood
to be the outstanding candidate,
though other nominations may
be made from the floor.
Union members will also hear
the latest reports from W. N.
Price, the group's present legis-
lative representative In Washing-
ton.
ground coordination. The very
high frequency radio system Its
units were using snafued early
In the day.
Operations officers at the
82nd command post lost contact
with their own control parties
at the front, according to MaJ.
Paul J. Ingle of Akron. O.. the
division's air operations officer.
Without radio contact with
fighter planes assigned to de-
fend the 82nd against enemy
Thunderjeu and Mustangs, the
weather cleared during the
morning.
Enemy fighters were expected
to begin punishing behind-the-
llnes forces, but aggressor air
action was confined through
most of .the day to forward
areas.
More than 110,000 officers
and men and 400 aircraft went
into action In the realistic
combat test of an air-ground
team.
The U. S. forces were assign-
ed the job of hurling back the
"aggressor," whose armored
spearhead has rammed north-
ward from the 8outh Carolina
coast to the Fort Bragg area.
The aggressor, a force with It*
own uniform, language and
taces. Is attempting to take
Raleigh, N. C.
stage peacetime's greatest man-
euvers In the area.
Jets from the U. S. carriers
Coral Sea and Oriskanv opened
the attack, streaking below
house-top level to rain simulat-
ed bombs and machine gun fire
on defending British planes, ap-
parently caught aground by the
surprise attack.
The Banshee fighters /mgh
little planes which the Navy
once boasted could "shoot down"
the Air Force's giant D-38
bombers "anytime also were
credited with catching British
submarines attempting to sneak
out and strike American and
other warships at sea.
The U. 8. eth Fleet and sup-
porting Marines kleked oil the
maneuvers which Joined the
fighting forces of America,
Britain, France and Italy In
defense of the vital Mid-Eastern
lifeline.
Malta braced fur an im-
peding attack by American
Marines now ranging off the
shores of Tripoli and alerted to
"neutralize" this British baa
so an American convoy ca*
crash the heavily guarded Sici-
lian Narrows.
An official spokesman said
the American air attack was)
"on a far larger scale than
thought possible." He added,
however, that British radar
enabled the defending forces to
intercept many planes before
targets were reached.
Excited Maltese mounted
their rooftops and looked down
on the attacking Banshees and
propeller-driven Corsairs which
hit the harbor.
British heavy bombers, pat-
rolling 300 miles from Malta,
picked up the Main U. 8. carrier
force.
Defending forces anticipated
the American fleet would try to
neutralize airfields in Catania.
Malta and Blzerte to force the
British Mediterranean Fleet in-
to a full-scale mock battle at
sea.



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TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, It
Cargo and Freight-Ships and PlanesArrivals and Departures-
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................Am. 19
8.S. Fiador Knot ...............................Aug. 29
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................Sept. 2
S.S. Levers Bend ...............................Sept. 3
8.S. Mayari....................................Sept. 14
(Handling Refrigerated Chilled and General Carga)
Arrives
New York Freight Service_______________Cristbal
S.S. Maya ......................................Aug. IS
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................Aug. 21
S.S. Cape Avinol................................Sept. 1
S.S. Cape Cumberland.............:...........Sept. 9
Weekly Sainan lo New Vara, Lo* Angela!, San rrandooo. Seattle
KgaWMl Sailing to New Orleani and Mobile
(The Siaaaen In this service ere limited to twelve passengers)
frequent lrelght Salllngi (rom Cristobal lo Wen Coast Ctatral America
Cristbal to New Orleans via Arrives
Tela, Honduras___________________ Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqui ........ (Passenger Service Onlyh.Ang Zl
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CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20
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. am
M.V. "8ALAVERRY" ..............................Aug. 25th
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON
HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA, CORUA,
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"* ...................Aug. 36th
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALAMANCA" .............................Aug. 16th
S.S. 'CUZCO" ....................................Aug. 33rd
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD../HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.8. "JESSMORE" .........................*.......Aug. 14th
8.8. "LOCH RYAN" ...............................Aug. 8Ut
TO UK CONTINENT
B.S. "PAMPAS" ..................................Sept. 7th
S.8. "DRINA"....................................Sept. 37th
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 1855
FOP.D COMPANY Inc., Panam Tel. 3-1257/1158: Balboa 1950
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Panamanian To Study
New York Trade Zone
A Panamanian official fltw to
Miami Sunday by Pan American
World Airways en route to New
York to study the operation of
New York's foreign trade zone.
He Is Clifford Maduro of Colon,
where the Panamanian govern-
ment Is establishing a similar for-
eign trade zone.
A foreign trade zone consists of
a "neutral" area at a port of en-
try in which International ship-
ments are received, stored, pro-
cessed or repackaged and then
exported without being subject to
local taxes or duties.
Panama plans to divide Its
zone Into two areas. One will be
an industrial zone where goods
can be held for some time during
processing. The other will be a
zone from which Imports are
quickly reshlpped.
Colon's proposed foreign trade
zone will handle both sea and air
shipments. Many companies plan
to ship bulk merchandise to Co-
lon by steamer, then break It
down at the trade zone Into
smaller shipments for quick de-
livery by air to Central and
South America.
Besides New York, foreign
trade zones In the United States
are located at New Orleans, Los
Angeles. San Francisco, Seattle
and San Antonio. Texas. There
are six such zones in Latin Ame-
rica.
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night from New Orleans to su-
pervise the loading on the 8.S.
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If you were naming the best
players In the country you'd have
to Include Alvin Landy on your
list. Strangely enough, Landy is
so busy directing tournaments
that he practically never gets a
chance to play the game.
He found a chance to play,
however, on a recent-trip to the
nation's capital, where he had
gone to arrange the national
tournament. One of the hands he
played in Washington is shown
today.
Landy refused the first heart
trick, thus forcing West to aban-
don the suit. If West leads a sec-
ond heart, declarer has two tricks
In the suit Instead of only one.
If South takes the first heart, he
dares not lose a trick to East tor
then a heart return will ruin him.
West shifted to the eight of
diamonds, and Landy made his
! second fine play by putting up
\ the ace promptly. A finesse allows
East to win and return a heart.
Then the hearts become estab-
lished while West still has the
king of clubs as an entry.
After taking the second trick
i with dummy's ace of diamonds,
' Landy led the jack of clubs for a
finesse. West took the king and
led his remarlnlng diamond to
East's king. East then returned
a heart, but the party was over.
Landy could take the ace of
hearts and run the rest of the
tricks, making his contract with
an o vert rick.
Incidentally, Landy says that
this year's national tournament
will be bigger and better than ev-
er. If brilliant remarks and heal-
ed debates are heard In Washlnn-
ton during the first week of Au-
gust, both political parties can
relax. It will just be part of the
annual bridge battle for the na-
tional championship.
owner's representative from the
Universal Line in Stockholm. The
Cristina is a new Swedish ship
making her first-trip from the
west coast of South America, to
the west coast of North America,
and arrives today from Peru.
Tornqulst, who Is seeing Panama
for the first time will leave
Thursday morning. Local agent
Is Norton Lilly and Co.
J. Frank Holland. Jr.,
Former Zonian, Named
to Grace Line Board
The Board of Directors of
Grace Line has elected three new
Assistant Vice Presidents, Gros-
venor A. Blood, J. Frank Holland
Jr.. and William A. St. Amsnt it
was announced today by R. R.
Adams, President.
Mr. Blood joined Grace in 1936
and his first three years of serv-
ice were spent in the Pursers'.De-
partment of Grace Lisie ships. He
came ashore in 1939 and in 1940
was named Manager of the Grace
office in Buenaventura, Colom-
bia. In 1942 he was assigned lo
Arica, Chile, as Manager of the
company's branch there; The
Arica Agencies. He was transfer-
red to Bogota. Colombia m 1947
as Assistant Manager of Grace y
Cia. (Colombia) in charge of
Grace Line operations and re-
mained in that post until he re-
turned to New York early this
year.
Mr. Holland Joined W. R. Grace
and Co. In 1933. transferring to
Grace Line in 1936. From 1937 to
1940 he was Grace Line's Snechl
Representative in charge of feed-
er operations in Central America,
with headquarters at the Canal
Zone, Returning to New York in
1940 as Assistant to James E.
Magner, Vice-President, he was
named ha dof Grace Line's
Northbound Freight Section. He
holds that position today and in
addition, since 1946 has acted as
Grace Line's European Represen-
tative in charge of rebuilding the
line's European-South American
trade moving through the Port of
New York.
Mr. St. Amanthas had twen-
ty-four yean service with the
Grace organization. From 1927-
1930 he was with W. R. Grace and
Co. and then was transferred to
San Francisco where he spent
two years In the Pursers' Depart-
menton the lntercoastal run of
the Panama Mall 8teamshlp Co.
(Grace Line). He entered Grace
Line's Los Angeles office In 1934
and was appointed its manager
in 1944. During his stay In LOB
Anieles, Mr. St. Amant was
President of the Los Angeles
Steamship Association (1947-
1948i and First Vice-Presldent of
the local Propeller Club <1949>.
He came to New York In 1949 as
an Assistant Freight Traffic
Manager.
Tuna Clippers in Balboa
Awaiting Steamers
Paul Sullivan Agencies reveals
that there are five tuna clippers
tied up in Balboa waiting to
trans-ship tuna to the West
Coast and the Western Pacific,
Hortensia Burton, Yolanda Bur-
ton, Emma R.8. and the Gulf
Star Over 4,000 tons of tuna have
been trans-shipped from Balboa
during the past year.
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Grace Line Operates
Six Sister Ships
At 16 knots. Grace Line's modi-
fied C-2 passenger-cargo combin-
ation ships head down New
York's Hudson River outward
bound for Cristobal and Balboa
(Canal Zonei, Buenaventura
(Colombia), Puna (Ecuador), Ta-
lara, Callao and Moliendo (Pe-
ru), and Tocopilla. Antofagasta,
Chanaral, Valparaiso and San
Antonio (Chile). The five sister
ships operate sailings every week
on a six-week turnaround basis.
Calls are generally made at these
ports both southbound and
northbound for cargo and pas-
sengers. Southbound, they carry
a wide variety of U.S. goods In-
cluding autos, iron and steel pro-
ducts, machinery, glass, clothing,
commercial chemicals, and blolo-
Rical items.
Northbound they carry fruits,
vegetables, hides, copper and pig
iron from Chile; tin. antimony,
wolfram and zinc from Bolivia;
frozen fish, copper, silver, wool,
cotton, drugs and spices from Pe-
ru; bananas, balsa wood and co-
coa beans from Ecuador; coffee
and platinum from Colombia;
and frozen shrimps and hard-
woods from Panama. The ships
carry 52 passengers each trip.
KIM Dutch Airlines
Announces 1950 Profit
Dr. A. Plesman President of
K.L.M.. has announced that in
1950 the Dutch airline made a
profit of 56.000 guilders. K.L.M.
developed satisfactorily in 1950;
the turnover rose to 188.000.000
guilders. During 1950 the "Flying
Dutchmen" covered an aggregate
distance of over 37.000.000 kilo-
meters in 112.744 flying hours.
The revenue ton kilometers per-
formed amounted to 123,277,000.
Dr. Plesman stated that so far
the year 1951 had been a very
successful year for his company.
Subject to unforeseen circum-
stances, it is hoped to secure a
not unimportant surplus this
year.
The famous Dutch air pioneer
said that he expected the number
of air travelers to be doubled and
air freight traffic to expand to
four times Its present amount the
next eight years.
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TUESDAY. AUGUST 14. U51
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Russia Surprisingly Accepts
Invite To Jap Peace Parley
WASHINGTON, Aug. 14 (UP) The State Depart-
ment announced last night that Russia will attend the
Japanese Peace Conference at San Francisco next month.
Diplomats said the surprise move is not expected to block
the signing of the Western-inspired treaty.
Russia's object presumably is .to raise formal objec-
tions to most of the important provisions of the unprece-
dented "treaty- of reconciliation/' Diplomats emphasized
there is no veto power in the pact which can prevent the
free nations from putting the treaty into effect.
There also is no prospect Russia will sign a treaty
acceptable to the West. >
President Truman will open
the conference, formally, and
there is a possibility he may use
the opportunity to answer the
Soviet objections in advance by
outlining reasons for the liberal
pact.
In addition to the Japanese
treaty, the United States will sign
two separate pacts at San Fran-
cisco.
One will be a mutual alliance
urith Australia and New Zealand.
The other will be a bi-lateral
military pact with Japan.
While the mutual assistance
pact is aimed mainly at guarding
against any possible revival of
Japanese military aggression. ^
also would come into play in case
of Communist aggression.
Russian acceptance came in a
brief note handed Sunday to U.S.
Ambassador Alan G. Kirk In Mos-
cow. State Department spokes-
man Michael J. McDermott said
it gave no preview of Soviet in-
tentions at the parley which Is
scheduled to start Sept. 4.
Leading the Red delegation
will be Deputy Foreign Minister
Andrei Gromyko, an eld hand
at delaying tactics from his
days at the United Nations.
Diplomats said there now Is al-
most no hope the conference can
be concluded In four days as the
United states had hoped.
Gromyko will be aided by A. S.
Panyushkin, Soviet envoy at
Washington, G. N. Zarubin, am-
bassador to Britain andS. A. Go-
lumsky of the Soviet Foreign Of-
fice.
Zarubin forced delays for al-
most two year m futile four-
power negotiations over a peace
treaty for Austria, while Pany-
ushkin has gained an equal repu-
tation at the art of doing nothing
volubly. i
Russia. 32nd nation to accept a
joint/ U.S.-Brltish invitation to
the 5ttn Francisco meeting, op-
poses treaty provisions which
would allow Japan to rearm, to
build up Its economy, escape re-
parations payments and permit
U.S. military forces to remain in
the islands.
American officials previously
had hoped the Soviets Would
continue to ignore their invita-
tion and thus avoid the drawn-
out Soviet speeches of protest
which now seem inevitable.
The newest communist move
in the East-West war of nerves
emphasized Russian sensitivity to
Western control of the Industrial
areas of Japan .and Germany.
Diplomatic circles anticipated
the Kremlin bosses may conclude
a separate peace treaty with
Eastern Germany as a propagan-
da counter-measure to the. Jap-
anese pact.
Navy Seeking
189 Volunteers
For Dentist Pool
Headquarters, Fifteenth Naval
District announced today that
the Navy is seeking 189 volun-
teers for Immediate active duty
from among the pool of Priority
1" dentists.
"Priority 1" dentists were
defined as those deferred from
service during World War II
to complete an Army or Navy-
sponsored professional educa-
tion and who had less than 90
days of active service following
completion of their studies.
Those will be commissioned
lieutenants (Junior grade) In
the Naval Reserve and will be
required to serve for two years.
Cristobal Chapter
Local 900 Meets
Friday Evening
The Cristobal Chapter Local
700, C. I. O. will conduct'an-
other regular monthly Chapter
Meeting on Friday night, at the
Club Tropical at 7:30. Matter of
vital importance are slated for
the agenda.
All Stewards of the Cristobal
Chapter have been summoned
to attend a very extraordinary
Council Meeting to be conven-
ed on Thursday night at the
Study Hall Silver City School.
The International Repre-
sentative. Bro. Ed. Welch will
be the principal speaker for the
niclil.
US Vessels In July Transits
Netted $208,964 Toll Credit
For the first time in the history
of the Canal, tolls last month in-
cluded $208,964.80 credited to the
new Panam Canal Company for
transits by United States Gov-
ernment vessels.
Government, ships transited
the waterway without payment
of tolls before the establishment
of the new corporate structure
Julv 1.
Tolls collected from ocean-go-
ing commercial vessels during
July totaled $1,984,616.26 as com-
pared with $1,981.9in.52 in the
previous m< nth.
This included tolls paid by 463
commercial vessels of 300 net
tons or v ind 107 small com-
mercial shlpa. "*
The nnr of Canal transits
by large commercial vessels was
lower than in June, when tran-
sits totaled 478. Transits aver-
aged 14.9 daily in July as com-
pared with 13.9 the previous
month.
The most important change in
commercial traffic during the
Asteria Club Queen
Vote Count Slated
For Saturday Night
The Asteria Social and Sport-
ing Club announce that a vote
count for queen of the club
will be held Saturday night.
Aug. 18, at No. 29.' Apt. 24
(Magnolia Building i on Maria-
no Arosemena St.
The public is invited to at-
tend the activities. The final
vote count will be held Sept. 1.
The present standing of can-
didates is as follows:
Votes
Guillermina Oddman 1,800
Edna Davev 1.600
Rosita Peters 1,500
Alicie Downes 1.200
Elena Comrie 1,200
Eloisa Archibold 700
past month was a drop in the
irade between Europe and the
West Coast ol the United States
prd Canada. The number of
ships through the Canal In this
tiaue averaged 1* transits daily
in July as compared with 2.3
transits daily in June.
New Students from US
Asked to Registen
With CZ High Schools
New students from the United
States who expect to enroll in
either Balboa High School or
Cristobal High School are asked
to register at the Principal's of-
fice within the next two weeks.
Canal Zone white schools open
on Wednesday, September 5. It
would be advantageous for stud-
ents who have transferred from
schools in the States, or from one
high school to the other on the
Zone, to complete registration
before the opening day of school.
It will be impossible for the
principal of either high school to
register new st udents on Septem-
ber 5.
i
Students who were in the Ca-
nal Zone Junior high schools last
year have already registered and
need not appear until the open-
ing day of school.
Tuition students are asked to
appear at the Principal's office
with their -parents to sign the
new tuition contracts.
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Nine .new houses on First Street
and Espade Avenue in Margarita
will be turned over to the Hous-
ing Division for assignment this
week.
There are five duplexes in this
group and four cottages. Ail of
them are composite type con-
struction.
These quarters are the first to
be completed in a group of 17
buildings constructed under con-
tract by PanpacUlc Construction
Corporation on First and Sixth
Streets In Margarita as part of
the canal's present housing pro-
gram.
The houses in Margarita are
similar to those constructed last
year In the 8an Juan area of An-
cn and the duplexes that were
recently completed on Hains St.
in Diablo Heights.
Two of the cottages In the
group being transferred to the
Housing Division for assignment
have maids' rooms. The other two
do not.
All of the new houses In Mar-
garita were originally scheduled
for completion in December.
Chorrillo Bible
Class To Present
Classics Evening
The Bible Class of Chorrillo will
present "An evening of classics"
at the Bible Truth Church of
Ood on Monday, Aug. 20 at 7.30
p.m.
This group, under the direc-
tion of Alfred Legall, will pre-
sent a program of classical and
splirtual numbers featuring Ro-
bert Jones. Victor Osborne, Ar-
nold Watson 4c Loreta Bourne.
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Tar Heel State in the Miss
America pageant at Atlantic
City. N.J.
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THE PANAMA AMEKICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPATER
TUESDAY. AUGUST 14, 1M1
Feller Rewards Fans' Tribute With 2-1 Victory;
Indians Take 2V2 Game
Lead As A's Whip Yanks
By United Press
NEW YORK, Aug. 14 Cleveland fans honored Bob-
by Feller last night as the "best pitcher of his time" and
he, in turn, rewarded them with a seven-hit 2-1 victory
over the Tigers at Cleveland which put the Indians two
and-one-half games in the American League lead.
It was Feller's 19th victory
against lour losses.
Bv winning their eleventh con-
secutive while the New York
Yankees were getting crushed,
16-8. by the seventh place Ath-
letics In a Philadelphia night
game, the Cleveland Indians took
the most commanding lead in the
hot race since July 30 when the
Yankees went out jn front by two
and one-half games.
It was the 14th victory in 15
ames for the Indians over the
igers this season and Al Rosen
helped Feller achieve It by
blasting his 20th homer in the
fourth inning for the first run
of the game.
The Indians' second run came
In the fifth on an error, Feller's
single and a fielders choice on
which all hands were safe and a
long fly by Bobby Avila.
Feller pitched one-hit ball for
the first four innings and the
Tigers failed to score until the
eighth when Gerry Prlddy and
Dick Kryhoski singled and Prid-
dy scored on an infield out.
Meanwhile, the suddenly de-
flated Yankees looked b ad
against the Athletics who collect-
ed 18 hits off lour throwers to
make it three in a row against
last year's world champs. The
Athletics scored more runs
against the Yanks than any oth-
er team thus far this year.
Vic Raschi. the Yankee ace
who had a lifetime 19-2 won
and lost record against the A's,
was given a 4-0 lead but could-
n't hold it. He threw three wild
pitches during the second in-
ning rally when the A's count-
ered three times.
The Athletics made three more
In the third to go ahead for good.
Catcher Joe Tipton and outfield-
er Elmer Valo hit safely four
times each while Eddie Joosl got
against the Yankees In the last
three games. Gil MacDougald hit
a Yankee homer.
The Boston Red Sox, Washing-
ton Senators, St. Louis Browns
and Chicago White Sox had an
open date in the Junior circuit.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Gil Hodges hit his 33rd homer
which was good for three runs In
the eighth Inning to provide the
rampaging Brooklyn Dodgers
with a 7-8 victory over the Bos-
ton Braves In an Ebbets Field
night contest.
Hodges, who is the major
league leader, also topped his
own record of 32 homers set
last seasonthe most by a
right handed nitter in Dodger
history.
ROy Campanella hit his 25th
roundtrlpperhis 14th In the last
28 gamesto drive In two earlier
runs for the Dodgers. The
Braves' 8am Jethroe also hit a
circuit blow.
The New York Giants now
stand 12 and one-half games be-
hind the Dodgers by making It
three straight over the third
place Philadelphia Phillies, win-
ning 5-2 in a Polo Grounds after
dark contest behind Larry Jan-
sen.
Jansen gained his 15th victory
and put the Phillies four and
one-half games behind the New
Yorkers. Whitey Lockman gave
him his necessary runs with a
three-tally homer in the first in-
ning.
The Cincinnati Reda twice
topped the Pittsburgh Pirates,
2-. on the five-hit pitching of
Howie Fox and 1-1, on Ewell
Blackwell's four-hitter in a
Crosley Field twi-night double-
header.
Fox and Ted Kluszewski hit
homers for the only runs off loser
Howie Pollet In the opener. In
UIIi three hits for a total of ten the second game. Johnny Wyros
Westinghouse, Caribe
Win In Atlantic Loop
STANDINGS The box scores:
FIRST GAME
Won Lost Pet. Westinghouse FG FT PF TP
TEAMS
(aribe......... 2
Westinghouse .... 2
Coco Solo....... 1
Powell's........ 0
Junior Vanity.... 0
903rd "D" Battery. 0
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Due to the fact that an error
In foul computation, in which a
player was erroneously called
from a ballganie. the game be-
tween Powells and 903d in which
Powell's had won 48-43 will have
to be replayed at a later date.
The game will be continued from
the beginning ol the fourth quar-
ter with 9U3d winning by the nar-
row margin of three points.
In the first game of the regu-
lar Friday night doubleheader
Westinghouse downed Coco Solo
llj- by the score of 51 to 43. Coco Solo
Just didn't seem to have enough
I to hold the strong Westinghouse
I team from winning. Cells and
Tom of Westinghouse combined
to score 30 of the winning team's
points. Heffner and Hosfelt of
Coco Solo also combined to score
30 of their team's points.
In the last game of the night
[- Junior Varsity put a scare into
Caribe by holding what seemed a
commanding lead of 11 points at
f the half, but couldn't hold it dur-
'. Ing the last half. In the third
quarter after leading 29 to 18 Ju-
nior Varsity only scored six points
to Caribc's 14. and in the final
quarter Caribe scored 18 to JV's
11, The game was a thriller from
start to finish and if Junior Var-
sity could have held the lead at
the finish it would have provided
a major upset of the season Pel-
tynovlch and Palumbo scored 16
and 13 to lead JV's while Capal-
bo had 17 for Caribe.
Cells.."...... 6 4 4 16
H. Tom...... 0 0 0 0
F. Tom...... 6 2 2 14
R. Tom...... 0 0 0 0
Ibaez....... 2 1 1 5
Chambers .... 3 3 0 9
Magdalene. ..102 2
P Magdaleno .214 5
Totals.
20 11 13 51
Coco Solo
FG FT PF TP
Heffner...... 6 4 2 1
Grochowskl. ..005 0
Bryant...... 3 1 3
Hosfelt...... 4 6 2 14
Belvly...... 3 0 3 8
Blalr....... 0 0 0 0
Rlgbv....... 0 0 0 0
Totals.
16 11 15 43
SECOND, GAME
Caribe FG FT PF TP
Hooper ...... 2 3 4 7
Simons...... 4 3 4 11
Swearlngen. ..201 4
Welch....... 4 3 '4 11
Capalbo...... 5 7 3 17
Moore...... 0 0 4 0
Totals
17 16 20 50
JVs
Peltynovich.
Roberts.. ..
Egolf.
Rlnehart. ..
T. Salter. ..
B. Salter. ..
Palumbo. ..
Dldier .. ..
FG FT PF TP
7
4
1
(l
(I
0
B
0
16
8
4
2
2
1
13
(I
: Totals ......17 12 22 46
TONIGHT'S GAMES
First gameCoco 8olo vs. Car-
; ibe: Second game Westinghouse
I vs. Powell's.
Spaldfng Doubles
Tournament Gets
Underway Sunday
The Panam National Ten-
nis Commission today announ-
ced that the Spaldlng Doubles
Tennis Tournament will get
under way Sunday morning at
the Olympic Tennis Courts.
Great Interest is being dis-
played by tennis players in this
murnri. The tournament is
open to all tennis playersna-
tives or foreigners. Entries will
be received up to noon Friday.
Friday afternoon drawings
will be held tor the opening
round and Sunday's matches
will be announced immediate-
ly after the drawings.
' Interested parties may con-
tact David Halman at His of-
fice. Entries are also being re-
ceived at the Olympic Swim-
ming Pool.
Paquetes Creep Up
On Bombers in Govt.
Basketball League
STANDINGS
TEAMS Won Lost.
Bombers.......... 4 1
Paquetes.......... 3 1
Eagles............ 3 2
Rancheros......".. 3 :i '
Curundu.......... 1 3
Balboa Gymnasium. ..1 5
Larry Jones and his hard play-
ing Paquetes are within striking
distance of first place in the sec-
ond half of the Government
League. Mad Dog Jones and his
boys got off to a bad start In the
second half by losing their first
game, but have gone undefeated
since that time.
If the Paquetes win their next
game, which will be played Mon-
day against Bill Carlin's Ranch-
eros, they will be tied with the
Bombers for first place.
The Eagles under the leader-
ship of Jack Baldwin are still In
there with high hopes of taking
the second half. They have last
only two games, and their sched-
ule from here on in looks fairly
easy.
They have one more game with
a disintegrated Curundu team,
which could be an automatic win.
tek and Red Stallcup each made
two hits to set the pace for Black-
Well who won his 12th game.
The Chicago Cubs tallied four
unearned runs in a 6-3 victory
over the Cardinals in a St. Louis
night game, spoiling the big
league debut of pitcher Dick Bo-
kelman.
Stan Muslal made his 200th
major league homer especially
memorable by getting It inside
the park In the first inning. Bo-
kelman couldn't hold the advant-
age .however, and the Cubs scor-
ed five runs in the second in
which he made an error and fail-
ed to cover first.
The Cardinals Wally Westlake
also homered. The Cubs' reliev-
er. Johnny Kllppstein, was the
victor.
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Wilbur Shaw Gets
Heart Attack At
Soap Box Derby
AKRON, O., Aug 14. (UP.).
Wilbur Shaw, veteran race car
driver, was stricken by a heart
attack here Sunday before the
start of the Soap Box Derby at
which he traditionally presides
as official starter.
The 48-year-old president of
the Indianapolis speedway was
deported in "serious" condition
at City Hospital where he was
taken following- the attack.
Soap Box Derby officials and
hospital attendants believed that
a run up the Inclined 975.4 foot
course at Derby Downs mav have
contributed to Shaw's attack.
A pre-race parade, in which
Shaw to appear, was getting un-
derway. Shaw had been detained
at the finish line and. In order
to make his place in the caval-
cade in time, ran the length of
the sloping Derby Downs. He col-
lapsed shortly after the parade.
At first race officials thought
Shaw, who Is the only three-time
winner of the 500-mile Memorial
Day racing classic at Indian-
apolis, had merely collapsed from
the heat and his exertion.
Shaw and his wife and six-
year-old son. Warren Wilbur,
t have been here for the past three
I days attending the preliminaries
I of the 8oap Box Derby to which
! he was deeply attached.
Inter-Service Tennis Tourney
Gets Underway Tomorrow P.M.
Along The Fairways
The Panam Women's Golf As-
sociation will hold its monthly
tournament at the Ft. Davis Oolf
Club, Saturday, Aug. 18.
Sgt. Mike Kulikowskl says that
the Ft. Davis course is in fine
shape.
New golfers are invited to par-
ticipate In a nine-hole tourna-
ment and need not be members
of P.W.O.A.
Luncheon will be served at the
Officers Club and the usual fee
will be charged
Club representatives please call
your entries in early to Mrs. Paul-
ine Marsh, telephone Ft. Gullck
88490.
The Panam Area Inter-Serv-
ice Tennis Tournament will get
under way tomorrow (Wednes-
day) at 1:30 p.m. at Fort Ama-
dor.
Only Courts 1 and 3, next to the
Non-Commlssioned Officers'
Club, will be used, according to
the Special Services 8ection, U.S..
Army Caribbean, hosts for the
tournament. Court 2 will remain
idle to avoid congestion.
The hopes of the Air Force
team, a winner in inter-service
competition last year, received a
setback when two of its leaders,
Capt. Hugh Randel and T-Sgt.
Floyd Ross, were suddenly with-
drawn. Captain Randel and Ser-
geant Ross departed for the U.S.
aboard the same airplane over
the week end. Other Air Force
contestants have filled the franks.
At 1:80 p.m. Wednesday Sgt.
John M. Tully of the Air Force
will oppose Capt. Herbert Keith
of the Army. At the same time on
Court 3 Cpl. David Perry, Army,
will meet Hospitalman First Class
J. W. Hale, Navy.
About 3 p.m., on the same
courts, respectively. Lt. Robins, Navy, will play Cpl. R.
Weaver, Air Force, and Radio-
Electrician J. W. Dflwson, Navy,
will play Cpl. Sal Sclafanl, Air
Force.
At 8 a.m. Saturday, Army Sgt.
Joe Lockman. who drew a first-
round bye, will take on the Tully-
Kelth winner, on Court 1. while
on Court 3 another first-round
bye, 1st Lt. Claude A. Lukes, will
tackle the Perry-Hale winner.
About 9:30 Saturday two more
first-round byes Lt. (Jg> M. L.
Lllleboe, Navy, and the Army's
champion. Lt. Col. Weldon Lal-
che, will go into actionLllleboe
against the Dawson-Sclafanl
winner, and Lalche against Rob-
ins or Weaver.
The semi-final round will be
played at 8 a.m. Sunday, but the
final match will be postponed
until after the playing of the
doubles, which will begin next
Wednesday. Aug. 22. The draw-
ings for the doubles have not yet
been announced.
On The Alleys...
MAJOR LEAGUE BOWLING
SEASON TO OPEN
The Major League Bowling
1951-1952 season will open at the
Diablo Heights Clubhouse bowl-
ing lanes on September 12, 1951,
and will continue foe the follow-
ing 28 consecutive weeks.
A meeting for the lormatlon
of teams has been called for all
former teams and team captains.
Major League officers, and all
persons Interested in becoming
members of a Major League
bowling team. The meeting will
be held at the Diablo Heights
Clubhouse tonight. Aug. 14, at 7
o'clock.
All former team members, team
captains, and league officers are
requested to attend. All bowlers
having an average of 160 or over
are also invited to attend.
At the present time lt is known
that there will be approximately
eight vacancies. Levl Dillon, top
bowler of the 1950-1951 season,
with a 195 average. Is leaving for
the United States in the near fu-
ture. "Pete" Peterson, Eric Ingra-
ham, Pat Petito, Lulu Zebrock,
Freiseis. Phil Whitney. Bill Zem-
er will all be amongst the miss-
ing when bowling time comes
around. There may be others.
Questions to come before the
bowler's meeting involve team av-
erages for the coming season;
entrance of substitutes during
season, and several other impor-
tant questions.
USARCARIB League
Drawings for major unit play-
off positions in the USARCARIB
Basketball Program for 1951.
were held in the Fort Clayton
Gymnasium yesterday morning.
(AugUSt 10'.
The beginning game as de-
termined by the drawing Is Tues-
day evening (August 141 at 7:00
p.m.. when the Post of Corozal
will plav Special Troops USAR-
CARIB. Following at 8:30 will be
a game between the 1461 st AU
iSig> and 504th FA Bn.
Wednesday night games will
begin at 7:00 p.m.. with the 65th
AAA Group against the 33d Inf.
At 8:30 the same evening US
Army Hospital Fort Clayton will
plav the 45th Moer Recon Sq.
The tournament is conducted
by 8peclal Services Section. Fort
Amador: who provides the a-
wards for the winning team team
members, and individual mem-
bers of the runners-up squad.
Host for the program is Col. J.
B. Wells, Post Commander Fort
Clavton. and Commanding Of-
ficer Pacific Sector, USARCARIB.
Notre Dame Turns Down
Expelled Cadets Request
BY MILTON RICHMAN
United Press Sports Writer
WEST POINT, N.Y., Aug. 14.
Two Army football stars fac-
ing expulsion from West Point
for cheating revealed today that
they tried to get into Notre Dame
this week but were turned down.
The cadets, who asked that
their names be withheld, want to
continue their collegiate football
careers. One of them said. "I tele-
phoned Notre Dame this week
arid asked them If thev would
take us. They said, 'Sorry, we
don't accept transfers."
"So I guess we'll have to go
somewhere else."
Meantime it was learned that
several of the accused cadets took
physical examinations Bunday
normally one -of the last steps
before any service man is dis-
charged. Academy officials point-
ted out that the "final proces-
sing" of the cadets has been un-
derway for a week and the phy-
sical examinations are part of
that processing. The final pro-
cessing -is expected to be com-
pleted this weekend and the ca-
dets discharged within two weeks.
Most of the football players who
anticipate dismissal for their
part In the academy's cribbing
scandal want to get into other
schools as quickly as possible.
Most favor engineering schools.
"Our big trouble," said one,
"is the intercollegiate transfer
rule. EVen if we get into college
now we can't play football this
fail. That one year layoff is
rough."
Bob Blalk. star quarterback son
of Army Coach Earl Blaik and
one of the cadets who admits he
is lhvolved, said, "I love the
game. I eat and sleep football.
but I have no idea what I'll do."
Harold Loehleln. the captain
of the 1951 team who also was
confessed, said he wants to play
football again. ''No pro ball,
though," he aid. "8ure. they
pay pretty well, but it doesn't
last very long. I'd like to go to
college near my home (at Klm-
ball. Minn.)".
A member of the Army coach-
ing staff said he thinks that six
of the dismissed cadets are good
enough to play professional foot-
ball without further training. He
didn't want to identify them, but
said that five of the six are line-
men.
The footballing cadets feel that
most colleges which would court
their services prefer to-wait un-
til after they actually are dis-
charged from the Army before
making any offers, although one
lad reported five-come-ons im-
mediately after the scandal
broke.
American League
TEAMS
Cleveland.
New York.
Boston .
Chicago. .
Detroit .
Washington 47
Philadelphia 44
St. Louis 34
Won
70
68
85

51
Lost Pet.
39 .642
42
45
50
57
.618
.591
.545
.472-
G.B.
~2'4
5'i
io'
National League
TEAMS Won Lost
Brooklyn . 72
New York. 2
Philadelphia 57
62 .431
69 .389
75 .312
St. Louis .
II1 j' Boston .
S3 Cincinnati
28
3<
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Cleveland.
New York at Washington (N).
Boston at Philadelphia (Only games scheduled.)
The medalist of the Fort A-
mador Women's Club Cham-
pionship qualification Is Mrs.
Grace Dehlinger with an 81.
Winners of the poker tourna-
ment last Thursday. August >,
Mrs. Garge Jones and 'Mrs.
Alice Deems.
YESTERDAY'S RESULT8
NIGHT GAMES
Detroit.............. 1
Cleveland............ 2
New York............ 8
Philadelphia..........18
(Only Games Scheduled.
Junior College
Grid Practice
Starts Aug. 20
The Canal Zone Junior College
football team, under the direc-
tion of Coach Bob Mower, will
start practice on Monday. Aug.
20, at 4:00 p.m. on the Diablo
Field.
There has been much specula-
tion as to whether the Junior Col-
lege would have the manpower to
field a team this coming year, but
according to the latest reports lt
appears there'll be enough
Chicago.
Pittsburgh
52
50
51
48
45
36
51
55
53
57
59
59
67
Pet. G.B.
.667
.549 r."i
.509 17
.495 184
.467 21'j
.464
.449
.402
22
234
29
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Boston (N).
Brooklvn at New York (N).
Chicago at St. Louis (N).
(Only games scheduled.)
FIRST GAME Twilight)
Pittsburgh 000 000 0000 5 0
Cincinnati 000 001 lOx2 6 0
Pollet (4-9'. Wllks and Gara-
glola, Fox (7-8) and Hdwell.
NIGHT GAMES
Pittsburgh.......... L .
Cincinnati.......... 7
Boston .. .'........... 5
Brooklyn............ 7
Philadelphia.......... 2
New York........'., .. 5
Chicago............
St. Louis............ *
around to keep the high school
teams from loafing.
It is quite certain, however,
that there will not be more than
three returning lettermen around
which to build this year's team.
Coach Mower invites all fel-
lows who expect to be in Junior
College this coming year to come
out for practice even if they have
never played before.
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It was a painfully difficult position in which Barl (Red)
Blaik, coach of the Army football team, found himself as he
faced some SO sports writers in mldtown Leone's and sought to
defend the honor of his playersone of whom is his own son
who are to be dismissed from the Academy for classroom
irregularities.
He based -his defense of the young men on their back-
ground, the severity of their regimen and the fact that th*
cribbing to which they confessed was not early as heinous as
has been pictured. As he stood among the wreckage of on*
of the nation's most powerful teams, he made no effort to con-
done their deviation from the Academy's sacred honor code,
admitted, on the contrary, the offense warranted expulsion, but
there was fire in hi eyes and defiance In his voice when he
said:
"They must not be dishonorably discharged."
Here was a wounded, haggard, angry man fighting for the
future of young men in whom he has not lost faith, whose fail-
ings he can understand If not wholly forgive and who, though
he did not put lt in words, he clearly feels have been unjustly
treated.
Because he has decided to stay on as director of athletic*
and head football coach and is therefore subject to Academy
restraints, vhe spoke with circumspection and much of his talk
was off the record. It was his purpose, as he stated, to give th*
sports writers a better understanding of the situation so that,
it they agreed, they, would support him in his fight to save
the young men from the stigma of disgrace.
WILL CONTINUE TO RECRUIT
There was no cheating in the sense that answers were
given to questions in advance. One group of Cadets would In-
form another as to what the subject would be. Thus alerted,
the second group would be prepared. It seems the system la
sueh the regiments Intermingle at mess and in other actlvitiea
and the subject of what had been discussed or was to be dis-
cussed was no great secret.
Asked if this system did not pointedly invite connivanc*
and in consequence was unwise and should be changed, ha
said:
"I'm not here to discuss the system. I believe In the Aca-
demy and everything lt stands for."
At Blalk s request Lt. Doug McKenna. a West Point star in
his day. read the credentials of a number of the young men
who have been caught, up in the scandal. These were home-
town letters from high school principals, teachers and coaches.
They extolled the high character of the youn* men, their
scholastic equipment and their potentialities as future officers.
This was Blaik's rebuttal to the charge that the Academy re-
cruits indiscriminately and that the main emphasis is on foot-
ball ability.
Blaik's footnote to these credentials was that the establish-
ed Integrity of the young men should not be permitted to be
sullied by any punitive action. "You can be sure,'' he added,
"that this integrity was not impaired in any way by their
life at the Academy."
Would West Point continue to try to recruit football talenb
and other athletes in view of the present unpleasantness?
"Most certainly." answered Blaik. "We have reason, to be-
lieve the athlete makes a superior officer. Nor do we have
any apology to make for trying to help such youngsters pre-
pare scholastlcally in advance of entrance tests. Any one who
believes a youngster comes to West Point Just to play football
is Ignorant of the back-breaking schedule to which the boy
commits himself."
GRID STARS STAY IN SERVICE
Blalk then produced records in shattering refutation of
cynical insinuations that West Point conducts a football foun-
dry. Going back 15 years he showed that of 178.letter men 95
per cent are still In the service and that even those who left
had served four and a half years. Of the 175. 20 per cent won
Purple Hearts and between 6 and 7 per cent were killed in
action. Of the last 10 football captains, three, Tom Lombardl,
John Trent and Bill Glllls. went to their graves under enemy
fire.
"There is much about football today that Is not healthy."
Blaik agreed. 'There are some ugly barnacles on lt but don't
let anybody tell you that it isn't a fine game, that it doesn't
serve a worth-while purpose in our country or that it should
be done away with." >
Blaik's announcement that he was staying on brought cheers
from the sports writers. He is independently wealthy and he
has nothing left In the way of a football team. He has known
all the honor and glorv a coach could ever hope to achieve and
he is at the age where retirement must be hard to resist. But
this is a dark hour for the Academy, a sad and bitter one. and
there is work to be done, an Immense rebuilding lob and he
undoubtedly feels he can best serve his alma mater and th*
memory of the unhappy young men he's losing by standing
firm.
When you know Blalk as I do. when you listen to his pas-
sionate defense of the character of the erring Cadets as I did.
you must agree that this I* surely a time when justice should
be tempered with mercy. The President of the United 8tate*
should move to see that they are honorably discharg*d. They
are victims as much of an unrealistic system as of their own
human frailties. From the beginning this situation has been
erievlously mishandled bv the higher officials and the irrespon-
sible and savage comment that has come out of Washington 1*
beyond belief. It is almost as if there is a sinister desire to
sabotage West Point and all that lt stands for. The editors of
Pravda couldn't have done a more effective Job.
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1S31
TBE fANAMA AMKBICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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NEW PANAMANIAN AMTAAADRUS
IS TO BE FETED WITH PARTIES
A round of parties U being given In honor of Mrs. Jose
D. Crespo, newly appointed Panamanian Ambassadress Extra-
ordinary and Plenipotentiary to the government of Mexico.
On Wednesday sbo will be guest of honor at a chm-
pame party riven by the Mexican Ambassador to Panama,
Eduardo Morillo Safa, at 12:M noon In the Embassy resi-
dence In Bella Vista.
The Joseph Olivares
Hare a Daughter
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph J. Olivares of Curun-
du on August 12 at 9:15 a.m. In
Oorgas Hospital. The child will
be named Otllda Maria Olivares.
This afternoon Mrs. crespo will
be guest of honor at tea given
by Mrs. Temlstocles Diaz at her
residence In Bella Vista.
Members of the Pan-American
Round Table of Women gather-
ed for a luncheon In her honor
at the Union Club on Sunday
noon.
Commander and Mrs. Halloran
To Entertain with Cocktails
invitations have been sent out
by Commander and Mrs. Edward
Roosevelt Halloran, U.8.N., for
cocktails on Wednesday, from
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at their
quarters on the Fifteenth Naval
District Headquarters Reserva-
tion In Fort Amador.
To Visit in United States
Mr. Foulke Maurice Von Kru-
enstlerna Is leaving by plane to-
morrow to visit for about six
weeks with his daughters In
Stamford, Connecticut. Mr. Von
Krusenstlerna Is a resident of the
Hotel Tivoll.
Mr. and Mrs. Lombard
Entertain with Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Lom-
bard gave a dinner Sunday even-
ing at El Panama, Inviting the
new Ambassador from Panama
to the United States, Roberto
Heurtematte, his mother, Mrs.
Elisa E. de Heurtematte and the
commandant of the Fifteenth
Naval District. Rear Admiral Al-
bert M. Bledsoe and Mrs. Bled-
aoe.
Mr. Mosely Is Visitor Here
Mr. J. H. Mosely. President of
Fuerza y Luz. arrived from Vene-
zuela on Friday for a few days
visit on the Isthmus. He ts stay-
ing at Hotel El Panama.
Week-End Guests
at Coronado Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Jorge M. Arias
and their children were the
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles S. Kline at Coronado
Beach.
Visiting Here
From Tennessee
Mr. Bruce Buckman and Mr.
James Buckman of Memphis,
Tennessee arrived by plane on the
Isthmus en route to South Ame-
rica. They are guests at El Pan-
ama.
Visitor From Colon
Miss Esther Reynolds of Cris-
tobal Is spending a few days vis-
King her aunt, Mrs. Calvin H.
Johnston of Curundu. while her
uncle. Mr. Johnston Is a patient
at Oorgas Hosplal.
Farewell Reception
for Father Kuhn
As an "adieu" to Father Harry
Kuhn, who Is leaving today by
plane for the United States, mem-
bers of all the parishes of St. Ma-
ry's Mission on the Pacific Side
hosted a reception on Sunday af-
ternoon .
About one hundred and lifty
parlshoners attended the recep-
tion Father Kuhn was presented
with a purse and other individ-
ual gifts.
The following program was
presented, with Father Louis
Storms as master of ceremonies:
Songs by a minstrel group
coached by Father Kuhn in 1948,
Mr. J. O. F. Trimble acted out
a skit from the minstrels. Miss
Mercedes Oarcla performed a toe
dance. Miss Maria Cicero and
Miss Garcia did a tap dance to-
gether and several solos were
sung by Mr. joe Flynn, Mr. Gar-
land Snedecker and Father
Storms.
Special guests at the party were
Rabbi Nathan Witkln, Father
Raymond Mchate. Chaplain
John Nagel. Chaplain Anthony
Dudack. Chaplain Zewack. Bro-
ther Gallo, Brother Clarence, Fa-
ther Michael Wye. Father Ter-
ence Mooney. Father Daniel Rl-
naldo. Father Robert Galches,
Father Thomas Byrne. Father
John Savage and Father John
Rutledge.
Mrs. James Trimble was in
charge of arrangements assisted
by Mrs. May bell Clemmons, Mrs.
Mai Dodson. Mrs. Alfred Graham,
Mrs. Frances Barr of Ancon and
Mrs. L. F. Dedeauxof Pedro Mi-
guel. Presiding at the punch bowl
was Mrs. Ned Neville. Alterna-
ting at the coffee table were Mrs.
Alfred Graham and Miss Tllker-
ton. Mrs. May belle Clemmons
helped In greeting the guests.
Arts and Crafts Notice
All children taking part m the
final closing program of the West
Bank Summer Recreation Arts
and Crafts group on August 18,
are urged to attend a special
meeting to be held on Thursday
morning at 9:00 and a dress re-
hearsal at the same time Friday
morning. Children attending the
swimming meet will be back in
time to attend the program.
Busses will leave Fort Kobbe at
about 12:45 p.m. and will remain
to pick up the children after the
matinee.
Parents are especially invited
to attend the children's show sit
2:00 p.m. preceding the matinee,
"Thunder Birds." All children
taking part In the program will
remain to see the show free of
charge.
Tea and Shower for
Prospective Bride
Giving a shower In honor of
Miss Eileen Schneider, whose
marriage to William J. Allen will
take place on Thursday, Florence
Allen and Allan Stetner enter-
tained with a shower and tea at
the residence of-Florence's mo-
ther. Mrs. William B. Alien on
Sunday afternoon.
Florence and Allan will be
flower girl and ring bearer re-
spectively.
Hostesses for Cocktails
Miss Joanne Corliss of Diablo
Heights and Miss Bea Alexander
of the 15th Naval District were
joint hostesses for a cocktail par-
ty at the Army and Navy Club in
Fort Amador Saturday evening.
About fifty guests were present
at their party.
Bote Signa Phi Sorority
Glvos Preferential Toa
Lou Simoneaux, Ruth McAr-
thur. Barbara Curies, Betty Far-
rell and Dorothy Taylor were
complimented by Alpha chapter
of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority at a
preferential tea in the Balboa
home of Alice Myers Sunday af-
ternoon from three to five. Bet-
ty Boyer, Marian Karlger, and
Nannette Lynch were co-hostess-
es for the affair.
Captain Mildred Pflaeglng of
Fort Clayton hospital, Canal
Zone, who Is a member of Iota
Psi of San Antonio, Texas, was
also a guest for the ocacslon.
Capt. Pflaeging's home Is In
Douglas. Wyoming, she plans to
transfer her Iota Psl member-
ship to the Canal Zone Alpha.
The tea table was beautifully
laid with a lacy table cloth, sil-
ver service and crystal punch
bowl, with silver and crystal cups.
A large cake decorated with yel-
low roses, the sorority flower,
served as a center piece. The sor-
ority colors, black and gold, were
Sredomlnant In the color scheme,
anette Lynch presided at the
tea service and Betty Boyer at
the punch bowl.
Members present were: Lor-
raine Terry, Marian Karlger,
Patty Baker, Pat Kuller, Nan-
nette Lynch, Stella Gilbert. Claire
Hermany, Betty Boyer, Ava How-
ell and Alice Myers.
Retired Employes,
Chapr. 38, To Hold
Concert Tonight
A concert, In celebration of
the first year of the foundation
of Chapter No. 38 of Retired 1
Employes of Ancon, c. Z., will
be held tonight at the Pacific
Clubhouse Auditorium.
Republic of Panama Presi-
dent Alctblades Arosemena, Dr.
Ricardo J. Alfaro. Minister of
Labor of Panama Juan Oalindo,
Private Secretary of the Presl-
Keynotlng the program Is a dent Eduardo Rltter Aislan
movie with Greer Garson and Editor of "El Pals" Samuel'
^Jt.antic *2)g
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ART FROM THE CAMEROONS-Exotic wooden tools, pains-
toktogly hand-carved from one piece of wood, are among the
ploceo of African art on display in the missionary exhibition at
the Westminster Cathedral Hall,in London. The stools were done
-----.____by natives of; the Cameroons.
11 Dead As B-50 Blazes
Into Seattle Tenement
Benefit Show Takes Place
at Bella Vista Tonight
Mrs. Octavio Mendea Perelra,
head of the Committee Pro-Ma-
ttes Hernandez of the Inter-
American Women's Club, is pre-
senting a show at the Bella Vista
Theater this evening at 8:00 to
benefit the local Institution for
the mentally ill.

Walter Pldgeon called "Julia Mis-
behaves."
Preceding the motion picture
will be a special stage show con-
sisting of the following:
The First Movement of the
Poetic Sonata of Beethoven by-
Mlss Margarita Dzeval Tauskas,
pupil of Professor Cardona; a sur-
prise program by the students of
the Architectural School of Pa-
nama University, a song by John
Mosley, special acts by the stu-
dents of Panama University, pop-
ular songs by Mrs. Olga Zubleta
de Oiler, an Apache dance by
student of the. Architectural
School of the National University
and dances from around the
world by the Gladys Heurtematte
Dancing School.
American Legion Auxiliary
to Hold Meeting Tonight
There will be a meeting of the
American Legion Auxiliary. Unit
1. tonight at 7:30 at the American
Legion Club In Fort Amador.
TOE BALLET TAP
Dance lor Poise, Pleasure & Qrtce
Learn to Dance with
DOROTHY CHASE
Teaching at the Balboa YMCA
Registrations lor September Classes
Taken Now. Cali: 2-1751
800 Children from Panam
and Canal Zone
Should have their picture painted
by DZIENCZARSKI.
Prices from $5.00
69 Mxico Avo.
Phone 3.05S3 Panam
Lewis, Personnel Director of the
Panama Canal Eward A. Doolan,
Panama Chief of Police Jose A.
Remon and his assistants Lt.
Col. Vallarino and Major Flo-
res, Alfredo Alemn, Minister
of Education of Pajiama Ri-
cardo J. Bermudez and manv
other high officials of Panama
and the Canal Zone have been
Invited.
Col. Remon has offered* the
Police Band's services. The Pol-
ice Band will cooperate with
the Gamboa Band In this an-
niversary.
Carrington Reveals
Schedule for Calls
On Legion Posts
Department Commander Leon
J. Carrlgton of The American
Legion announced that he, ac-
companied by his department
officers, will make official calls
on the various Posts In the near '
future.
The tentative schedule for
posts on the Isthmus is as fol-
lows: Post No. 1 September
10. Post No. 2 September
12. Post No. 3 September 3.
Post No. 8 September 7 and
Post No. 7 August 28.
Commander Carrlngton will
also malee calls on the Guate-
mala Post No. 1 and Esso Aruba
Post No. 1 before the end of the
year.
During the month of October
a complete delegation of mem-
bers of the American Legion
and the Legion Auxiliary will
travel to Miami for the Na-
tional Convention.
SEATTLE. Aug. 14 (UP) An
Air Force B-50 bomber with six
men aboard crashed Into a 38-
unlt frame apartment house
shortly after taking off from
Boeing Field here yesterday.
At least 11 persons were killed
and 12 Injured. The dead Include
all the bomber's crewi
Estimates of the number still
dead In the wreckage which is too
hot for firemen to search, range
as high as 30. But firemen do
not expect to find more than
seven more bodies.
The big four englned plane
crashed with a roar into the ten-
ement-type Building perched on
the side of a hill overlooking Se-
attle's biggest brewery.
A, towering cloud of black
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smoke" poured from the side of the
hill as flames licked through the
frame building and the plane's
wreckage.
Witnesses said about two-thirds
of the two-story apartment house
was ruined or In flames.
Ambulances, fire trucks and
police cars rushed to the scene.
Witnesses said the plane ap-
peared to be in trouble as lt took
off.
One person said the tall -sur-
face "seemed to be fluttering out
of control" when the plane was
about 250 feet above the George-
town business district.
Peter Nelson, 78. escaped as the
roof over his apartment caved in.
"The ceiling came right down
on top of me," Nelson said. "I was
sitting there in my room hearing
this plane's engines awful close
when 'boom' came a crash and
the celling came down almost on
top of me. I got out of there Just
In time."
COCKTAIL PARTY GIVEN
AT COCO SOLO OFFICERS CLUB
Eleven officers who have recently received promotions in
the United States Navy entertained with a cocktail party at
.the Coco Solo Officers Club Saturday evening from six o'-
clock until eight. Their guetta Included all Naval Officers of
the Naval Station at Coco Solo, the Naval Hospital and the
Fleet Units, with their wives.
Hosts for the affair Included
Lieutenant Commander H. J.
Thornton, Lieutenant W. W. Ste-
vens, Lieutenant James F. Crlder,
Lieutenant Commander James F.
Todd, Lieutenant Jerry C. Novak,
Lieutenant M. L. Lilleboe, Lieut-
enant M. A. Wilkinson, Lieuten-
ant C. A. Lee, Lieut. Roy Niel-
sen. Lieutenant J. E. Brooks, and
Lieu tenant Dorothy Payne.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perret, Sr.
Celebrate Their 25th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perret, Sr.
of Colon, celebrated the twertty-
flith anniversary of their wed-
ding Saturday, August 11. They
entertained with a dinner party
for members of their family at
Hotel El Panam. Mr. and Mrs.
Perret were married In Switzer-
land and have made their home
in Colon since that time.
Mrs. Vance Schweltier
Gives Luncheon
Mrs. Vance Schweitzer of Co-
co Solo gave a luncheon at her
quarters Monday. Those present
Included Mrs. Schweitzer's mo-
ther Mrs. Marie Berry, Mrs. The-
odore G. White, and her mother-
in-law Mrs. Theodore White, Sr.,
Mrs. Roy Nielsen and her moth-
er Mrs. Earle Foster and Mrs.
Carl M. Dumbauld.
Get Acquainted Party Given
By Reverend and Mrs. Havener
The Reverend and Mrs. Philip
Havener were hosts for a "get ac-
quainted party" to welcome new
church members, which was held
at the Parsonage of the Cristo-
bal Union Church Friday evening.
Those who attended included Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis Coate, Mrs. Mar-
garet Peterson and Mr. Thomas
C. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe
Halnlng, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cralg
and Anita Cralg, Mr. and Mrs.
T. H. Zuldema, Mrs. Charles Rob-
inson. Mr. and Mrs. Carltpn Da-
meron, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jef-
ferles, Mrs. E. C. Stevens, Mrs. E.
F. McClelland, Mrs. Freda Boyd-
ston, Mr. and Mrs. Leslelgh Davis,
Mr. August Campbell, Mr. R. R.
Arnold, Mr. Guy P. DeLong, Mr.
and Mrs. Timothy Ladd, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl F. Maedl, and Mr. and
Mrs. Westley Herr.
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Mrs. Owen Returns to
Margarita Home
Mrs. Gilbert B. Owen of Mar-
garita returned to her home aft-
er spending several weeks as a
patient at Oorgas Hospital.
Atlantic Chapter Reserve
Officers to Meet Thursday
Members of the Atlantic Chap-
ter Reserve Officers Association
will meet at the Hotel Washing-
ton Thursday at 7 p.m. The pres-
ident, Walter R. Hunnlcutt will
preside. All reserve officers are
Invited to attend.
Atlantic Chapter of DeMolay
Meets With Pacific Side Chapter
Members of the Atlantic Chap-
ter of the Order of DeMolay trav-
eled to the Pacific side Sunday to
hold a Joint meeting with mem-
bers of the Pacific Chapter at the
Scottish Rite Temple in Balboa.
Members of the Atlantic Chapter
who participated In the confer-
ring of degrees included Paul En-
gelke of Cristobal, Master Coun-
cillor; John Townshend of Cris-
tobal, Senior Councillor; and
Carlton Croft of Qatun, Junior
Councillor.
Other members from the At-
lantic Chapter who attended In-
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eluded Keith Moumblow, Vernon
Bryant, Robert Orvts, Robert Roe.
Richard Tatelman, Darrell
Green, Victor Mlzrachl. Leslie
Croft, Leo Constantlne, John
Hatgl, John M. Fahnestock, Jr.,
and Carl Pinto. They were ac-
companied by Arthur A. Albright
of Gatun, Chairman of the Ad-
visory Council.
The Initiatory degree was con-
ferred upon Benjamin E. Favor-
ite of Gatun and he and John Al-
bright with three boys from the
Pacific Chapter received the De-
Molay Degree. The boys attended
church services, had luncheon
and met for an afternoon session.
Mr. O. R. Albrltton, chairman
of the Advisory Council for the
Pacific Chapter, presented Mr.
Albright with the DeMolay Med-
al of Appreciation from the Grand
Council for the work he has done
with the Atlantic Side Chapter.
After the meeting the Pacific
Chapter members arranged bowl-
ing games and swimming for
their guests.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Kromer
Spent Week End In Balboa
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Kromel
of France Field were week end
visitors in Balboa where they vis-
ited with Mrs. Kramer's brother*
ln-law and slste rMr. and Mrs.
Richard McConaughey of Pedro
Miguel.
Mr. and Mrs. Kromer will sail
aboard the Ancon Friday and
will make their home in Wash-
ington, D. C, where Mr. Kramer
will be employed with the Bu-
reau of Standards. They will bo
Joined by their children who are
at the present time visiting with
their paternal grandparents la
Bath, Pennsylvania.
Progressive Circle Changes
Date of Meeting
Members of the Progressive
Circle of the Cristobal Union
Church announce that the date
of their meeting has been chang-
ed from August 15th to August
22.
Nathaniel J. Owen Auxiliary
To Meet Wednesday
Nathaniel J. Owe nAuxlllary of
the American Legion will meet at
the American Legion Hall Wed-
nesday at 7 p.m. All members are
urged to attend as there will be
visitors present from the Depart-
ment.
Rainbow Order to Hold
Tri-Assembly in Balboa
The members of the Balboa.
Cristobal and Pedro Miguel As-
semblies of the Order of Rainbow
for Girls will hold a Trl-Assem-
bly Wednesday evening at the
Scottish Rite Temple In Balboa.
A covered dish supper will pre-
cede the meeting.
Girls from each chapter will
participate in the conferring of
degrees. All members of the Or-
der and all Eastern Stars and
Masons are invited.
Bingo Games at Margarita
Bingo games will be played at
the Margarita Clubhouse tonight
at 7:30. .
Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn
Attend Son's Graduation
Mr. and Mrs. S. 8. Blackburn
of New Cristobal with their son
William returned to the Isthmu
aboard the Ancon yesterday.
They spent two months visiting;
In Nashville, Tennessee, and St.
Louis, Missouri.
They attended the graduation
exercises of the class of 1851 a6
the United States Merchant Ma-
rine Academy at Kings Point,
New York on June 21. Their eld-
est son, Samuel Blackburn, Jr.,
was a member of the graduating
class, and at present is employed
as Third Engineer aboard the
vessel Kentucky which runs be-
tween Philadelphia and the PorB
of Lebanon in the Persian Gulf.
Mr. Blackburn was reared on the
Canal Zone and was graduated
from Cristobal High School with,
the class of 1947.
Christian Service Board
Meets in Margarita
A meeting of board members
of the Pan-American Federation
for Christian Service was called
by Mrs. H. I. Tinnlns. president,
at the Margarita Clubhouse on
Saturday afternoon.
The following members were
present: 1st Vice President Mrs.
G. H. Davis of Cocoli; Recording
Secretary Mrs. Freda M. Boydston,
of Cristobal; Treasurer Mrs. Cla-
rence Jacobson of Pedro Miguel;
and Assistant. Treasurer Mrs. F.
'8. Pierce of Gamboa.
Plans were made for the next
federation meeting on Thursday,
September 20, at 8:45 a.m. for a
half-day session at St. Luke's Ca-
thedral. Luncheon will be served
after the meeting. Music and In-
teresting speakers are being
planned as entertainment.
All auxiliary presidents should
bring this date to the notice of
their various groups. All federa-
tion slips should be sent back as
soon as possible for tabulation.
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FOR SALE
Household
fOR SALELarge two door 23 cycle
Frigidaire. Mohogony table. Extra
large couch. Tea table, kitchen
cupboard, mahogany end tobies,
alto diningroom set, $25.00. Mis-
- cejjaneous items. Tomed Monkey,
#150 one-way street to Quorry
. Heights. Tel. Balboa 28:C
FOR SALE:8 Ft. Frigidaire G. E.
. 10 inch fan, G. E. electric olorm
clock, oil 60 cycle, ond in excel-
lent condition. Apt. I, CARIBE.
Ricardo Arias, phone 3-3660.
FOR SALE: 8 piece mahogany
livingroom set. Wardrobe. 2 mir-
rors. House 784 Apt. C, Tovernillo
street, Balboa.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:Trucks: One GMC, 5
ten, 1947, excellent condition.
GMC 2 1-2 ton, Army type. 10
wheels. 1942. One Infernotionol
2 1-2 ton, 1947, long chassis. In-
ternational 2 1-2 ton, 1947. short
chassis. One Mack 5 ton, 1947,
excellent condition. Telephone 2
0610. Ponamo.
MISCELLANEOUS
Oo you have. a drmkinf prbltm?
Writ* Alcoholic* Anonymou
Bo> 2031 Aneen. C. Z.
Visit Bernardo's Beauty Shop, "Cas-
tillo del Oro" Building, opposite
Hotel El Panama, Tel. 3-4740.
RESORTS
[Gtomiich't Sonta Cloro baoch-
cottogas. Electric lea boxes, got
stoves, moderte rate*. Phone 6-
541 ot 4-567.
FOR SALE:4 tires, new, 6.Z0 x
18. "0" St. House 9, room 8.
FOR SALE:1950 Studeboker Pick-
up. Duty poid, perfect condition.
5 good tires. May be seen at Bal-
boa Fire Station.
AMIOO-RATTAN factory experi-
ence, repair ond relinish Free es-
timate. Phone "HINRY" Ponomo
2-1112.
POR SALE: Automatic gos woter
heoter, 20 gallons, new condi-
tion, $60. Solid mahogany dining-
room suite, extension table, buf-
fet, China closet, 6 chairs uphols-
tered in leatherette. excellent
condition, $250. Solid mahogany
bedroom suite, double bed with
Simmons springs and Ojoutyrest
mattress, chifforobe. vanity, vanity
bench, night stond, choir, new con-
dition. $175. Phone 2-2761 dur-
ing office hours 3-3398 after
7 p. m.
FOR SALE:Household goods incl.
25 Cycle RCA-phono combination,
" all porceloin, 9 cu. ft. Westing-
house, refrigerator. Movtog wash-
er or will trade motors ond 12"
fan; piano, bamboo choir, maho-
gany bed with drawers, wordrobes.
louvres. 4 door Hudson 47. 600
x 16 easing etc. 815-D. Empire
St., Balboa.
FOR SALE:Mahogany dining table.
Singer machine, wardrobe, dresser.
ice box, excellent condition, con be
seen Parque Lefevre. St. 11, No.
I 21.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Maid, live in. must
have some knowledge of cooking
and housework. Phone 846124
after 5 p. m.
2 Soda-Fountains
For 'El Panama1
"To Arrive By Air
".oyv soda-fountains can fly
big ones too.
-A pair of typical US beverage
dispensers just like those In
.the best States drugstores and
soda-jshops will be put aboard
j> Pan American World Airways
ulane any day in Miami, They're
bound for Tocumen Airport
Se tor the coffee shop at Hotel
Panam, the other to give
pool-side service for swimmers
*"St the hotel.
They're the first soda fountains
"3 probably the first to travel aloft.
Together they weigh 15.000
pounds.
Acrosonic Choral Croup
_HoMs Festival Sunday
The musical festivity of the
"Acrosonic Choral Group will be
held at the Pacific Club House
Sunday. Aug. 19, at 3:00 p. m.
-This group, comprised of 45
voices, has nothing but the best
to give to the public thus music
lovers can well be assured of a
very pleasant evening.
.Trfe musicale will feature
-Oloria Henry, soprano; Allan
McCloud, baritone; Julia Dunn,
aoorano.
FOR SALE:1948 Cadillac in per-
fect condition. Telephone 3-2184
2-1075. Panama.
FO RSALE:1951 Studeboker auto-
matic drive. 2.000 miles, under-
coat, seat covers, radio $1.975.-
00. Phone Cristobol 3-2418.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE. During August only.
McCormick Deering International
gasoline engines 1 1 -2 2 1 -2
H. P. with 25 "a discount. Com-
paa Alfaro, S. A., Peru Avenue
No. 28. Panama.
FOR SALE: 1-4 H. P 60 cycle
electric motor, $15.00. Phone 2-
6353.
FOR SALE: 26 Ft. Motor Soiler.
50 H. P. Gray Marine Engine
"OHO HO" at Balboo Yacht Club.
$500. Phone 2-6353.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:Cushman motor scooter
lote model. Geors preferable. Ex-
cellent condition. Coll 3-1503
Cristobal.
WANTED-Duplex or large. House
unfurnished with pleasant sur-
roundings. Phone Curundu 5 1 97
or 3140.
WANTED: Furnished 2 bedroom
chalet or apartment for Indefinite
period, preferably Bella Vista, early
'September, ph'one 3-3453.
134 NTD Drivers
To Receive 6-Year
Safe Driving Awards
Six-year awards for six conse-
cutive years of driving without
an accident or conviction for a
traffic violation will be awarded
to 134 of the 331 chauffeurs in
the Motor Transportation Divi-
sion.
Eighty-nine per cent of the en-
tire chauffeur force will receive
awards for safe driving records
that extend over periods of one
to six years.
The number of drivers to re-
ceive awards will total 296, an
Increase of four per cent over the
number of awards made last
year.
Chauffeurs must have been em-
ployed for the entire 1951 fiscal
year to be eligible for the awards.
The chauffeur force includes
both U. S. and local rate drivers.
Of the total awards to be made
for safe driving records during
the 1951 fiscal year, five-year
awards will be made to 25 chauf-
feurs; four-year awards will go
to 14 drivers: three-year will be
made to 45 drivers; 32 will re-
ceive two-year awards: and 46.
will receive one-year awards.
A total of 3.760.176 miles was
driven in the 1951 fiscal year by
Motor Transportation Division
chauffeurs without accident or
conviction for traffic violation.
This averaeed more thnn 11.000
miles of safe driving for every
chauffeur in the Division.
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'48 FRAZER........$850
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Tlvoli Crossing PANAMA 2-1790
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
SUMMER SPECIAL Cold Wove, $7.30.
Why have a home permanent?
. with inadequate facilities, no
certain finished look, ond no guar-
antee when you can have a
professional one complete for only
$7.50! It will lost longer. ond
look better! These can be had
Monday thru Thursday. Moke your
oppointment early! Tel. 2-2959.
Balboo Beauty Shop. Open 9:00
a. m. to 6:00.p. m. Balboa Club-
house, upstairs.
Willlom Sonta Cloro Beech Cottogei.
Two bedrooms, Frigidalres, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Very cheap. Notional
cosh register. "Sonitary" meat
grinder, 600 lbs. on hour. Freezer
suitable for restaurant. Ham slicer,
gos stove, 4 burner and broiler. 4
Neon lamps. 48", 3 tubes. 1st St.,
No. 7, Vista Hermosa. Tel. 3-
1468.
FOR SALE:8 inch circular saw. 6
inch jointer, 36 inch center Jig-
Saw, all equipment mounted with
25 cycle motors. Call Balboa 2-
2591.
FOR SALE:Singer sewing foot mo-
chine, Underwood typewriter, gas
stove, (four burners^ baby crib,
stroller. Phone 916, Colon.
MOTHERS, protect baby's feet the
best safest way you can JUMPING-
JACK Shoes are recommended by
specialists. Sold exclusively ot
BABYLANDIA. No. 40. 44th St.,
Bella Vista. Tel. 3-1259.
FOR SALE:Assorted lengths used
flexible rubber hose. 1 1-2", 2"
2 1-2". IM't offer. The Texos Co.
(Panama l Inc.
FOR SALE: Electric incubator
"Hudson" for 400 chickens, $60.-
00. # 35 Colon Street.
FOR SALE:MEISSNER EX Model
Vfo, Smith-Coron standard type-
writer, like new. Vdriods radio
equipment. Phone Balboa 2-3173
offer 5 p. m.
FOR SALE: Sinhof 4x5 camera
f 3 8 lens, coupled Range Finder,
Synchroflosh. Coll Gulick. 336
doy or 406, eve.
BONUS BEAUT Johnny
Blanchard singled and tripled
in his first two tripe to the Plate
a a pinch-hitter for the Kan-
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Kid the 18-year-old Minneapo-;
high school outfielder $90,000'
for signing. (NEA) f
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Crease Resisting
in 17 lovely
hades
$1.45 yard
CASA FNIX
THE LINEN STORE
155 Central Ave.
Tel. 22490
Phillips, Beoch cottages. Sonta Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877. Crljtobol 3-1673.
Houses ON BEACH Santa Clara, in-
expensive. Phone SHRAPNEL, Bal-
boa 2120 or see caretaker.
HOTEL PAN-AMERICANO, El Voile.
Special for August. Room with
private bath $35.00 per,month.
$20.00 for 15 days. Meals a la
carte. Reservations Tel. Pan. 2-
1112.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMIBA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished port
merit. Contact office No. 8061, 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:If looking tor refined
surroundings to live come to house
82, Avenida Porras. Lovely opart-
ment completely furnished. Beauti-
ful view, large grounds.
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
We run a PERMANENT
BARGAIN SALE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEMS
wbere the
FINEST QUALITY PAINT8
are priced LOWER
than the cheapest.
Why not save mdney
, buying the best?
GEO. F. NVEY, Inc.
279 Central Aye.
Tel. 8-0140.
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BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
r 22 E. 29th St.
GONDOLIERS CO GASAlter centuries ot hand-propulsion, the lamed gondolas ot Venice have
succumbed to progress, and now have new gasoline enginea for power. Here. aouped-up gondola,
it* oar* at rest and its steersman seated comfortably at the motor controls, breezes along the St.
faroo waterfrontto the fascination ot tourist and citizens of Venice.
FOR RENT:Furnished oportment.
one bedoom, livingroom, kitchen |
ond both, Frigidaire. big balcony.
very cool. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT:Furnished two bedroom
apartment, bus line, excellent loca-
tion. Federico Boyd No. I. Phone
2-1516.
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3:30Music For Tuesday
4:00 Radio University (VOA)
4:15Promenade Concert
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Panamusica Story Time
8:15Evening Salon
7:00Master of Ballantrae
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Mina Dee's Trial
On Funds Charge
Starts In Ancon
The case of the Government of
the Canal Zone vs. Mina Dee who
is charged with failure to ac-
count for government funds,
came up for trial by Jury this
morning in the U. S. District
Court at Ancon.
The 40 year old American
woman who had been employed
as cashier for the Panam
Freight House from 1945 until
January of this year, appeared In
court neatly dressed in a pink
blouse and dark skirt and watch-
ed quietly while the Jury was
chosen.
After two challenges by the
defendant's attorney Woodrow de
Castro, and the excusal of one
Juror by Rowland K. Hazard, As-
sistant District Attorney, the fol-
lowing Jury was selected: two
women, Mrs. Emma T. Trower. a
housewife, and Miss Florence M.
Peterson of the Finance Bureau
of the Panam Canal Company;
and ten men, Alfred T. Veit.
Dredging Division; Fred H. Lee,
Electrical Division; Francis W.
Feeney and Prentlss C. Combs,
both of the Hospital and Clinics;
Robert C. WorsJey, a steamship
agent; Merle L. Piper of the
Y.M.C.A.; William 8. Jaffray, an
Air Force employe; Preston M.
Trim, Jr., with Finance; Walter
A. Dryja of the Locks Division,
and Arthur T. Cotton with the
Posts Division.
The prosecutor made the open-
ing statement, explaining how
the case had come to the govern-
ment's attention. Sometime in
January, a letter was received
from an agent representing a
customer In Panam City pro-
testing the amount charged him.
It was accompanied by an origin-
al receipt that had been prepar-
ed by Mrs. Dee. This receipt was
then turned over to an auditor of
the Panam Canal Company, and
a duplicate copy of the storage
receipt was found, but it did not
agree with the original, which
showed a greater amount.
The transaction had taken
place Dec. 22 of last year. Mrs.
Dee had claimed that the differ-
ence. $30, was in the vault wait-
ing to be refunded to the agent.
Hazard pointed out that a
complete audit which was made
of her account revealed many ir-
regularities. He stated that there
were papers covering 253 distinct
and separate transactions that
would be used as government ev-
idence that indicated recalcula-
tions on the amounts had to be
made. The defendant's attorney
reserved an opening statement.
Three government witnesses
wre then sworn in, Enrique de la
Ossa. Bernard Dorfman and John
C. Paige, all employes of the Pa-
nama freight house.
Mrs. Dee ha* been on the Isth-
Sherriff Who Broke CIO
Meet Sought Moonshine
WASHING TON, Aug. 14 (UP)<
The sheriff of Laurens County
Ga., told Senate Investigators
yesterday he seized two labor or-
ganizers last winter because the
FBI had warned him to look out
for Communists and he was "sus-
picious" of the two.
But Clyde G. Brock, one of the
labor men, asserted that Sheriff
Carlos Gay conducted a "reign
of terror" against Negroes and
unions. He said that he and or-
ganizer Charles H. Gillman were
held Incommunicado for 24
hours.
Brock and Gay testified before
a Senate Labor Management
Subcommittee investigating
plant relations with a view of
amending the Tart-Hartley Act.
Sheriff Gay said he raided the
store of a Negro with a Jail re-
cord because he had been tipped
that the owner was receiving
moonshine" whisky. He said he
found the CIO organizers in the
place, but no whisky.
He held the men, he said, be-
cause the FBI had warned him
to look out for Communists and
the Organizers did not tell him at
once what their business was.
Asked by Sen. Matthew M.
Neely, D., W.Va if he would be
suspicious of any strange char-
acter without any evidence." Gav
replied:
"I would be suspicious of you
If I found you in a nigger boot-
legging Joint."
Brock, however, testified that
Gay scoffed at his explanation he
was holding a union organiza-
tion meeting,
"Union, hell." he quoted Gay.
"You are conducting a dawn
Communist meeting."
Brock, of the ClO'a southern
organizing committee, and Glll-
man got out of Gay's lockup at- ,
ter 24 hours on a. Writ of habeas
corpus.
Tne corrrmUtee placed in the
record a letter from the 'Rev. A.
L. Brewster of the St: Paul Afrl-
mus for 30 years, has worked,
with the commissary Division for
17 years prior to her Job as cash-
ier with the Panama Freight
House. She has 19-year-old twin
sons. William and Peter Lang, by
a prior marriage.
Peter is presently kn the U.S.
Navy, stationed on a destroyer,
and William Is studying at the
George Washington University In
Washington on a scholarship
which he won last year from the
Scottish Rite Temple.
Her husband, Thomas J. Dee Is
employed as an electrician for the
Panama Canal Company.
can Methodist Episcopal Church
of Dublin. It described Gay as
"one of the best friends the
southern Negro has in Georgia."
"If Sheriff Gay is hurt, the in-
terest of 25,000 Negroes in Lau-
rens County will also be hurt,"
the letter said.
Brock had testified that he
went to Georgia to investigate
labor conditions at the Cordell
Lumber Co. and to organize its
workers.
He said the company was "vi-
ciously opposed to unions" and
accused it of paying only 50 cents
.an hour in violation ot the 75
cents minimum wage law. He
called an organization meeting
for Feb. 8, he said and Gay raid-
ed it Just before It started.
Masses Tomorrow
Set At St. Mary's
Tomorrow Is the feast of the
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin
Mary into Heaven, a Holy Day of
Obligation for Roman Catholics.
The Assumption was proclaim-
ed offiqial dogma by Pope Plus
XII during Holy Year last year.
Tomorrow is the first Assump-
tion Day since that proclamation.
Masses will be said at St. Mary's.
Balboa, tomorrow at 6 a.m. and 8
a.m., and for working people
wishing to attend during their
lunch hour, at ll:lo a.m. and
11:55 a.mi
T
Suggests Family
Picnics For Sailors
Off Navy Task Force
Are you planning a plcni
next Saturday, Sunday or Mon-
day? If not, why not plan one
and enjoy an opportunity thaB
comes once In a lifetime, the
Cristobal Armed Forces YMCA
inquiries.
Take as your guests, one or two
crewmen from the visiting task!
force headed by the Missouri
as they visit the Isthmus from
August 18th to 21st.
Last year several families res-
ponded to a similar appeal,
packed their lunch and chil-
dren in the family Jalopy and
invited several servicemen to
Join them on family outing. The
servicemen were most grateful
and the families returned so
full of enthusiasm from their?
experience that they asked for
a repetition of this opportunity.
Don't delay , pick up the
phone now and call Cristobal
3-2163 and have your name put
on the Armed Services YMCA
list of unofficial hosts and lee
the youngsters meet first hand
our fine sailor heroes.
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Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jock Lent
The West Point scandal has been discussed from every angle
except one which strikes me forcibly because of the recollection
of an Incident I witnesses when I was a young reporter.
My "territory" was a 100-mile area in a state near Chicago.
We had an edition with ,speclal emphasis on that state, so
happenings which would not otherwise get into the columns of a
metropolitan dally were covered as news.
In one smallish burg, a local celebration had keen
whipped up. The big event was to mark tbe departure
*t a young resident for West Point.
He had been appointed by the Congressman. He had passed
his physcla] and academic exams. Now he was going forth to be
a cadet, to become an officer perhaps a general.
At the depot, a wooden shanty, the town and county officials
and most of the citizens had gathered. There was a bonfire.
The high school band played. The Stars and Stripes were un-
furled. The officials made corny speeches. The lad was pre-
sented with brand new luggage and an engraved "toilet set," in-
cluding what were then known as "military brushes."
The train puffed In. To the cheers of the assemblage the
shy, embarrassed youth waved from the vestibule as it clunked
out.
And he was on his way. To West Point.
What I want to demonstrate Is that this cadet might have
been broken.
Can yon visualise what It would have meant to him
to come back to that little burg, after that" send-off,
' ignomlnlously cashiered?
. He could never have lived It down. Whatever he would have
done in the future, lie would always be the fellow who was kicked
out of West Point, out of the Army. He would occupy about the
status of an ex-convict.
Now, had he passed his .exams or otherwise qualified for
Slwash or even Harvard, what would be made of it?
Just another kid whose parents were able to send him to
college, going there to do his four years and come out with some
kind of a paper.
There would have been no excitement. It wouldn't have
been news for me. ,
And, had he dropped out latervoluntarily or any other
waywhat about it? A situation In which he couldn't afford to
keeD up his studies. Or some boyish prank which got him
booted. So what?
I should guess two-thirds of the Pointers come from little
comumnltles. Maybe most of them do not leave In the glare
and blare of such elaborate ceremonials as those I have describ-
ed. But entering West Point Is always an event, not Just another
step In the conventional life of a growing young man.
Therefore, if one does not finisheven if he is flunked be-
cause he falls behind In trig or analytical chemistryhe will
forever be the guy who got his big, glamorous opportunity and
couldn't make good.
How much more severe will his neighbors be on him If he has
been drummed out with a blue ticket?
And how far worse if he has violated that Intangible, high-
sounding factor called' "honor!"
But there must also be a realisation of human frail-
ties under temptations to the very young, and not under
fire.
It la my experience that men do not attain their full mental
or physical properties until they are about 25.
Of course, officers in training must be young.
Were there too much forgiveness because of youth in the
service academies, there could be no discipline at all.
But the wind could be tempered, as it usually Is In other
walks of life, with consideration for immaturity.
Cheating need not be condoned. There are penalties which
would bring home to the men the severity of their sins without
marking them for the rest of their lives, excepting if they com-
mitted heinous offenses.
Haven't we all cribbed, one way or another?
Haven't many of us recalled such things as manifestation!
f our school years, of our callow periods?
. I feel that taking aU privileges away throughout
their cadet lives from those who violated the code would
have been severe enough; none of them could have ever
forgotten It. ...
That would have haunted them. But they would not
have been disgraced and branded, exposed to ridicule and con-
tempt.
It would probably have made them better officers, Instead of
bewildered, embittered outcasts. _______ '
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CASH IN COMMIES
Ancon Canal Zone
Friends and neighbors:
What effect does the Cash Sys-
tem have on various groups that
ei deals with. These groups can
e classified Into three distinct
units, Panama and its govern-
ment the general public and the
commissary division Itself. ,
The use of cash in the Canal
Zone commissaries will primarily
show up m the sales of the Pan-
amanian Merchants. Canal em-
ployes who are related to unpriv-
eleged relatives In Panama will
be moreso tempted to supply
them with commissary goods
since cash sales do not tell the
amount a Canal employe is
spending In the commissaries.
Coupon books, however, have a
carbon or stub that is detened
from the coupon book and there-
fore offers a method by which the
government of the Panama Canal
can estimate the amount every
employe Is spending. In cases
where an employe spends more
than his salary, excluding his de-
ductions, the Panama Canal can
immediately Investigate, correct
or terminate an employe, how-
ever, in the cash system an em-
ploye can skip from one commis-
sary to another eluding the high
paid Inspectors and carry on a
?>rofltable trade of running con-
raband over the border Into the
Republic.
This practice puts a strain on
the free enterprises In Panama
which In turn reduces the taxes
aod duties paid into the Panama-
nian Treasury.
On the brighter side of the pic-
ture we find that the majority of
the Canal Zone populace hall and
uphold the use of cash within the
commissaries. An Individual sim-
ply lays cash on the counter and
receives change. This Is easy.
however, many reorll the ('"'s
when they had books delivered W
their office and the cost deducted
from their salary. Here they did
not have to stand in the book
line. They knew that when they
were paid their salary was theirs
for saving or spending on enter-
tainment while In their pockets
and purses was a guarantee that
they would not or could not spend
their' books elsewhere except In
the commy. The coupon book sys-
tem Is by far the better. It al-
most regulates a strict budget for
us. With cash, we seldom realize
how much we have spent until
the end of the month when
things get hard. With cash, we
can only sit and starve till next
pay day, whereas with coupon
book, we can regulate our spend-
ing habits in a more profitable
way.
The last main unit, the com-
mlssary>and Its sales, has also to
face some loss In the new cash
system. The introduction of new
cash registers increases the cost
of the oDeration of the commis-
saries, The necessity of inspec-
tors for almost every register and
outlet in every commy adds to
expenditures. The chances of
employes ringing ud less than the
actual sale so that It will not
show on the tape, increases with
cash since cash Is always good
whereas torn commy coupon can
never be used again. Eventually
mass corrupt, thleverv and dis-
honesty could go on right under
the noses of the insnectors. An-
other Item that shouldn't be over-
looked by the Commissary Divi-
sion Is the fact that when a per-
son purchases a commy book. It is
a bonded guarantee that that in-
dividual is ROlng to purchase the
amount In the book p. the commy
and not spend his money else-
where. I hope this letter brings
to light the many faults and In-
efficient operations that tbe cash
system presents to all of us, here
In Panama.
The Torcheearer
Labor lNew
And
C*ommeiit
Chip Off the Old Block
HV" "WM'*"(p*T'i*^^ffJ7"'W3vy^i

By Victor Riesel
Instead of 163 fabulous Air
Force groups made up of futu-
ristic jet bombers and fighters
which can swoop In over enemy
cities at 000 to 1000 mile-a n-
hour speeds next year we'll
have Just ghost raiders In the
sky, angered labor leaders have
been warning President Tru-
man at Intimate dinners and
secret conferences this past
month.
These leaders of millions of
war workers have revealed that
their followers are pressuring
them Intensely for places to
Uve In new war centers.
Ttfiless bousing is provided,
the men down below will ex-
plode politically In 1952 and re-
volt against the White House
so that there'll be neither a
successful administration nor
speedy war production.
On these talks hangs a poli-
tical story which may make or
break Mr. Truman in 1052
and we have the word of several
labor leaders that he has al-
ready Indicated he will run
again.
It all starts with such unre-
ported incidents as occurred re-
cently up in the airplane engine
center of East Hartford, Conn.
Prom that city, the Pratt and
Whitney engine people are dis-
patching special recruiting
crews across New England and
especially Into Maine where
there are many fine French
Canadian workers.
Since these fighter, Jet, cargo,
training and bomber engine
manufacturers are offering tl.-
25 to $1.00 an hour, the bid
looks mighty good to the French
Canadian farm hands, until
they come down and look for
a place to live.
Once In Hartford, they dis-
cover they can't send for their
families for there are no apart-
ments. And single rooms go for
-00 to -80 a month.
So back to the woods they
go.
The story is the same in
southern, mldwestern and some
California aircraft centers.
This is happening at a
moment when the aircraft
industry has slowly moved
up from 170,500 workers (in
June 1950) to some 300,-
000 airplane makers. What
happens when we really get
rolling and over 500,000 are
needed nof fo menflon
several million more in tht
auto-tank field, munitions
plants and electronic instal
lations
Understandably enough, this
Is iuit the kind of thing which
Is thoroughly riling the rank-
and-flle unionists, who didn't
excite themselves about a thou-
sand other issues which irri-
tated their leaders from month
to month.
A man gets touchy about
sheltering his wife and kids in
some expensive, un-wallpaper-
ed. plaster-board hole.
So the rank and file have
been sweating their leaders In
Washington to do something
get them homes at reasonable
rents, or they won't move to
new war centers.
The much-pressured nation-
al labor leaders marched right
up the Hill and warned the
northern Democrats, whom they
had supported In recent elec-
tions: "Get us government hous-
ing, or no more support."
Just like that.
And the northern Democrats
went to their Congressional col-
leagues from the wide open
wheat and corn fields and
said, also bluntly: "You vote for
goevrnment housing next time
It comes up, or we won't vote
for subsidy aid to the fanners."
Then, at a private dinner
arranged in the Blair House
some three weeks ago by
Mr. Truman's iabor-fra-
ternizing aide, John Carroll,
the union chiefs told the
President that there'll be
little chance of corralling
the labor vote unless this
housing is delivered to their
followers down below.
Mr. Truman, who. In effect.
Invited the national AFL and
CIO chiefs to the Blair House to
tell them subtly that he was a
candidate in 1952, said he'd try
to deliver.
But the labor leaders are not
exactly counting on his un-
doubtedly sincere efforts to
make good this promise.
They're preparing to get de-
livery for themselves on housing,
wages and anything else In their
action program.
For example, CIO president
Philip Murray, realizing that
labor couldn't get out of Con-
gress the kind of Defense Pro-
duction Act it wanted, Is plan-
ning simply to smash all wage
ceilings next fall.
His staff is working on a set
of demands for his million steel
workers.
These. It is reported, will In-
clude a $7.20-a-week cash In-
crease (18 ;ents an hour) among
other things. And he's sure to
win.
It may come the h-rd way. after
a short steel strike, but he'll
win.
Then all CIO will follow.
Thus, they'll match any cost
of living increase which may
develop. And they will have
done it without help from the
Defense Production Act.
{Copyrtahi 1951. Pott-Hull
Syndicate, Inc.)
^wily WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
ly DREW PEARSON
Who Kills Cock Robin?
By BOB RUARK
BIO HUAHA CAMPI, TanganyikaThe talk-
ing drums tell me that a magazine piece has
rceently been published in the States with a
title as follows: "They Hunt Big Game in Taxi-
cabs."
The dateline was Nairobiwhich might make
the piece accurate.
Outside the national parks, where hunting is
forbidden, there Is nothing bigger than a squir-
rel worth shooting within a hard day's drive of
the city.
There seems to be an Idea that big-game
hunting is a snap, and entirely devoid of dan-
ger.
It is neither. It Is damned hard work and
everything you shoot can be dangerous if you
are careless.
For an example. I saw a skilled hunter nar-
rowly escape serious Injury from a wounded ze-
bra, which came to life and pinned him against
the shootinn car, with hoofs flashing and mouth
wide open.
A big aebra can take your arm off with a
bite.
Our friend Tony Dyer, a white hunter, is cur-
rently in hospital with two tremendous wounds.
A buffalo soaked ud a dozen shots and still
had enough energy left to toss Tony twice.
Within the last year, four white hunters and
one client were excessively rumpled by rhino,
buffalo and leopard.
Another friend. Tommy Shevlln. hunting with
the dean of the professionals. Philip Perclval,
once was charged by three rhino simultaneous-
ly, and thev had to shoot all three.
The last of the trio fell across Perclval's body
as Shevlln shot it at about three feet. And a
rhino weighs over two tons.
Even the innocent can harm vou.
It sounds incredible, but Fred Pollman, a
white hunter, was stabbed through the hand by
a dying Tommy ram. and Tommy Isn't much
bigger than a fox terrier.
Hyenas can bite your face off as you sleep.
And I know no single hunter who hasn't had
several slim escapes from the big stuff, especial-
ly elephant, buffalo and rhino.
The hunters have a sarcastic saying about
fancy marksmen who. come on safari and brag
that they can split a pencil at 400 yards.
"Fine." they say. "Double dandy. But how Is
he at shooting a buffalo at six feet?"
My boy Selby. by those standards, Is adequate.
His last buffalo took one over the right eye,
under the left eye, and through the left eye,
and through the left eye.
When he slid to a halt he was something
under five feet from Harry.
We have averaged about 10 miles a day of
walking over mountains and through swamps.
There has been no day when we were up
after dawn or returned before black dark.
And you don't shoot from the car.
For one thing it's against the law. and for
another It Isn't any fun, because the animal
doesn't recognize the car as hostile and holds
still for its approach.
Also, there's no element of risk, and the risk
element is what makes it fascinating.
I have never encountered a more highly de-
veloped standard of ethics than that exhibited
daily bv a professional hunter who takes pride
In his work or a client who is trying to extract
the last drop of Juicy sport from the chase.
Maybe some people hunt from taxlcabs and
kill decrepit game, but I haven't met any such
critters to date.
A wounded buffalo glaring at you from high
grass would be more apt to require a Sherman
tank for complete immunity from his evil dis-
position, and then It's even money on the buff.
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
WHO ELSET
WASHINGTON.One way to understand why
most political observers are becoming Increas-
ingly convinced that Harry S. Truman will be a
candidate to succeed himself Is to try to answer
a simple question. ,
This Is: "Who else Is there?" It is a remark-
ably difficult question to answer.
A good many Democrats have toyed with the
Idea of nominating Dwlght D. Eisenhower but
the toying has become more and more dispirit-
ed as time goes on.
Eisenhower's own public and private state-
ments before he went to Europe confirm the
latter point.
The faint hope of the dwindling band of Ei-
senhower Democrats is that Elsenhower will
take the Democratic nomination if Sen. Robert
A. Taft is nominated by the Republicans, and
Truman then bows out.
But If the above conclusions are correct
and those who should know are very categorical
on all three points the nomination of Elsen-
hower on the Democratic ticket looks like a pip**
dream. .
This is barring a war situation. In which case,
of course, all political bets are off.
The regular Democrats' first choice after Tru-
man, according to a noil of the Democratic Na-
tional Committee. Is Sen. Paul A. Douglas.
But what is not uenerally realized (although
it is very well realized bv Douglas himself > is
the fact that Douglas has three strikes against
him.
Strike one. of course, is the fact that Truman
Intensely dislikes him. and would certainly move
heaven and earth to prevent his nomination.
Strike two is the fact that Douglas suffers
from the drastic disadvantage of having writ-
ten prolifically on political and economic sub-
tects. Certain past writings could and most
certainly would be quoted out of context to
"prove" that Douglas is a roaring radical.- a So-
cialist and probably a Communist at heart.
Strike three is that Douglas himself has told
all and sundry that he is not qualified bv tem-
perament for the Presidency, and that he ap-
parently quite slncerelv believes this.
On balance. Douglas' nomination seems an ex-
tremely remote possibility.
There Is the usual collection of very dark
horses, of course.
There are such able Senators as William Ful -
bright and Estes Kefauver.
But both are also heartily disliked by Tru-
man; both are from border states, endangering
the Negro vote; and neither has real national
stature yet.
There is Illinois Gov. Adlal Stevenson, but he
Is far from popular with the regulars.
There is Justice William Douglas, hero of the
New Dealers, but probably the longest shot of
all. since the New Dealers no longer dominate
the party.
Finally, there Is Chief Justice Fred Vlnson,
universally put forward as Truman's own choice
to succeed himself, If Truman does not run.
It Is possible to imagine a situation in which
Truman would bow out at the last moment,
name Vlnson as his candidate in a speech to
the convention, and secure Vlnson's nomination
by switching to him all the Truman-committed
delegates. Yet this is not very easy to imagine.
It is true that the Chief Justice has kept his
hand In, and Is personally popular with the or-
ganization men.
But Vlnson has no real national following,
and the Supreme Court is anything but a good
lumplng-off place for the White House.
It is possible that, given the nomination of
Elsenhower on the Republican ticket, the De-
mocrats might more or less throw In the sponge,
nominating Vlnson as a gesture to hold the
oerty together In a time of Inevitable defeat.
But. as 1948 demonstrated, good politicians
never accept defeat as inevitable.
Moreover, although Truman can certainly have
the nomination for himself If he wants It. he
does not now appear popular or powerful
enough In his partv to dictate the nomination
of a hand-picked successor.
Even Franklin D. Roosevelt would have found
this far from easy, and Truman Is no Roosevelt.
For all these reasons, the question "Who else
is there?" seems at the moment to suggest no
really practical answer.
And for these same reasons, the pressure on
Truman to run again Is likely to mount.
Add the fact that the available evidence
clearly suggests that this Is Truman's Intention
anyway, and the nomination of Harry S. Tru-
man on the Democratic ticket next year begins
to seem a pretty tempting bet.
(Copyright, 1K1, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drew Pearson says: Chinese Nationalist waste could be
avoided; Russian diplomats learn to drive; Americqns
rededicate Declaration of Independence. < 1J
WASHINGTON.Much of the waste of Chinese Nationalist
I war supplies could be avoided If the millions of dollars worth-af
munitions we have sent to Formosa were handled direct by Ota
ITJJB. Government and supervised by us.
Instead, a peculiar system of middlemen Is used, thereby per-
mitting graft, rake-offs and comshaw to creep In.
| It's suspected that part of this is to help finance the "China
Lobby which at times has had powerful Influence In the US.
Senate. Just who is getting the rake-offs remains a mystery.
Here is one illustration of how 2,958,170 gallons of aviation
gasoline was ordered for the Chinese Air Force on Formosa,
a purchase costing a cool million dollars.
This order was placed on Jan. 1, 1950not during the hectic
i war days when the State Department White Paper tells of wide-
spread graft in the Chinese army.
But though conditions were relatively peaceful in January.
1950, and the Korean war had not started, this huge quantity of
gasoline was handled by the Chung Foo Company, a broker In
1 Formosa.
The Chinese Air Force procurement office In Washington was
merely Informed by cable that the 2,956,170-gallon order had been
placed with this broker.
j This was peculiar on the face of it, because the Chinese Air
Force had Its own office in Washington for the specific purpose
o buying these supplies.
Another peculiar aspect was that the price was fixed as of
September 1949or 33.82 cents a gallon. This actually was a high-
er price than the Chinese needed to pay, for, by January 1950,
the price had dropped.
SAN FRANCISCO GROCER
Regardless of this, however, the Formosan government signed
a final contract with the Chung Foo Company on Feb. 9, 1950,
and the itixt day the Chinese Air Force in Washington was or-
dered by cable to make a million dollars available at the Wells
Fargo Bank In San Francisco to South China Enterprise, Inc.
In other words the Chinese Air Force In Washington, having
had nothing to do with the purchase of the gasoline, was
instructed merely to pay for it.
South China Enterprise Inc., was described as the American
agent for the Chung Foo Company In Formosa. However, inves-
tigation proved it was nothing more than a hole-in-the-wall
grocery store in San Francisco's Chinatown.
Patriotic Chinese, who did not want to see their country
gypped, investigated further and found that the total assets o
the grocery store were only a few hundred dollars. Yet it was
supposed to handle a deal Involving one million.
Furthermore, the grocery-store proprietor, knowing nothing
about gasoline, turned the deal over to another middleman nam-
ed Alexander Lindenbaum, who then contracted to buy the gas
from Cities Service.
In otter words, the Chinese Government could have bought
the gas direct from Cities Service In the first place, Instead ot
which it went through three middlementhe broker In Formosa,
the grocery store in San Francisco's Chinatown, and Alexander
Lindenbaum. ,
The man who placed the gasoline order was Gen. C. J. Chou,
Chiang Kai-shek's chief of staff, whose rank corresponds to that
of General Bradley In the United States.
In the end, the deal was stopped when it reached the ears
of conscientious Sen. William Knowland of California.
RUSSIAN DRIVING LICENSES
There is one interesting sidelight about the plan to make
Russian diplomats In Washington take the same stiff auto-driver
test that our diplomats are given In Moscow.
American diplomats are almost forced to qualify as mechanics
before getting a driver's licensewhich, of course, Is for the pur-
pose of making them use Russian chauffeurs In Moscow.
What the American public doesn't know, however, is that
Soviet diplomats figured two months ago that we might make
them take the same kind of stiff test.
So, two months ago, the Russian Embassy hired several
"leam-to-drlve" experts to teach its staff all the technical de-
tails of auto repair.
For weeks since then, the "learn-to-drlve" cars arrived in
front of the Soviet Embassy, picked up a Red diplomat and went
careening dnr.n 10th Street In another minor skirmish In the
global cold war.
REDEDICATING THE DECLARATION 5
The experience of two newspapers in widely separated parts
of the countryNew Orleans and Madison, Wls.In having people
refuse to sign the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of
Rights, has started a campaign for a dedication of the -De-
claration.
The Sertoma Club (Service to Mankind) of Richmond, Va.,
has contributed $500 to pay for copies of the Declaration of 'In-
dependence to be hung in school rooms.
Other Virginians, the state which gave the author of the
Declaration to the nation, are promoting ways and means Of
rededlcatlng the Declaration, among them August Dietz of trie
Dietz Press, who has undertaken to print copies of the Declara-
tion at cost, suitable for framing.
And in New York, Spyros Skouras, head of 20th Century-Fox,
has undertaken to highlight the ideals and message of the De-
claration of Independence bf newsreel. Skouras, who was born In.
Greece, says:
"When I was a boy I wasn't lucky enough to study the De-
claration of Independence or have the advantage of its great
freedoms. Now I do. And I want to do anything I can to help In
its appreciation."
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
A Communist statement at the ceasefire talks caused General
Ridgway to throw an American and two South Korean divisions
Into the present "limited offensive" on the central front.
Gen. Nam II, the chief Communist negotiator, had repeatedly
complained against United Nations bombings while the truce
talks were In progress, then suddenly he reversed himself after
the agenda was agreed upon and announced It was his under-
standing that the fighting would continue during the talks.
This made General Ridgway suspicious, so he ordered a lim-
ited offensive to probe enemy positions and find out what the
Communists are up to.
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
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TUESDAY. AUGUST 14, IIS
Privateer Joins Grim Coast's
Long Toll Of Missing Planes
CUISINE (OR CHOW?) was discussed recently when Sfc.
Harold Wright of the Fort Amador NCO Club, left, and
M/Sgt. Alpha Lathrom. Fort Amador Mess Steward, right,
visited the kitchens of Hotel El Panama and talked shop
with Chef Andre Douthe. center. They, along with Capt.
Bernard Marshall, Hqs USARCARIB Mess Officer, Sfc. Llnvel
Owen and Cpl. Ismael Gomez, toured the kitchens and were
Chef Douthe's guests at a luncheon featuring some of El
Panama's finest food.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Cooks Tour Finds Gl Chowmen
Dining on Lobster Parisienne
A cooks tour. If you'll pardon
the pun, took place at Hotel El
Panam recently when five ex-
pert* on Army "chow" visited the i
shining kitchen of the hotel and
indulged in an elaborate lunch-!
eon befitting worldly gourmets i
topping off ac the Crossroads.
Captain Bernard Marshall,
Mess Officer, Hqs. USARCARIB, |
led the -Operations Edibles"'
party which consisted of M-Sgt.;
Alpha Lathrom. Fort Amador |
Mess Steward; Sfc Harold Wright;
of the Fort Amador NCO Club;
Sfc Linvel Owen, Assistant Mess >
Steward of the Fort Amador
BOQ and Cpl. Ismael Gmez of
the Quarry Heights Officers',
Mesa.
The men were Invited to El
Panama to see first hand the I
methods of preparing and serv- |
ing, On a large scale, food for a I
luxury hotel. The kitchen staff of
El Panam and the visiting meas |
personnel share the same prob-
lem, that of producing quantities
of lood without sacrificing qual-
ity.
Upon arriving at El Panam,!
the men were taken to the sav-
orv kitchen, spotless with its tile
Interior and stainless steel fit-
tings. Joe E. Cunningham. El
Panam Manager, bade them
welcome and they were introduc-
ed to that supreme being In any
fine kitchenthe che!, in this
case, a small Frenchman, Andre
Douche.
"Having emigrated to the Unit-
ed States at the age of twenty-
H*e,:Douthe speaks perfect Eng-
lish and Immediately put his vis-
itors at ease. Tall white chef hats
were donned by the five USAR-
CARIB men, and food talk and
a session o comparing notes en-
sued.
A visit was made to the pastry
kitchen, presided over by Pastry
Chef Danny Feiry, a young man
also of French birth, who is one
of the best In the business, ac-
cording to Manager Cunning-
ham. The ovens were Inspected,
and Captain Marshall found
them to be "like the ones we have
at Quarry Heights." Trays of pas-
tries lined the walls and Chef
Perry displayed one of his prides,
Bavarols Montmorency, a fabu-
lous chiffon pie with a shell of
lady fingers and filling of creamy
custard.
Then the men were ushered in-
to Chef Douthe's office to dine
at his own table. An immaculate
waiter entered with a tray bear-
ing two giant crayfish, their sides
lined with slices of garnished
white meat"Lobster Parisien-
ne," one of Douthe's favorites. A
cream soup followed, a salad pre-
pared by El Panama's expert, sir-
loinand finally the foremen-
tloned Bavarols Montmorency.
further glorified with whipped
cream and our cherries. All this,
besides a fine wine from the hotel
cellars and cups of steaming cof-
fee, brought to the faces of the
five soldiers a look of complete
contentand to their minds the
Impossible problem of tackling
Quartermaster for lobster and
lady-fingers.
The luncheon finished, the
men were taken on a tour of the
hotel to acqaulnt them with the
lovely interiors and the expertly
landscaped grounds. They visit-
ed the outdoor swimming pool,
were shown sample rooms, and
Inspected the dining rooms, the
small shopping center In the lob-
by and the Bella Vista Salon on
the roof. All were Impressed, as is
everyone, by the modern beauty
of the hotel. All were a bit more
comfortable, also, for the trek did
much to ease Ihe strains of the
rich food.
The men left the hotel well or-
iented and well fed, still discuss- I
ing the food. Chef Douthe and
the smooth service. It is planned i
that In the near future the invl- i
tation will be returned. The chef
and some of his staff will visit an '
Army mess hall and become ac-
quainted with the military kitch- I
en and "chow." The decor will be
less striking and the menu less
exotic, but it Is sure that the!
King of El Panama's kitchen will |
see the best that Army's food
service has to offer.
KODIAK, Alaska. Aug. 14 (UP)
A Navy Privateer patrol bomber
carrying 12 men was still miss-
ing today over the far northern
"Land of missing planes" where
three other aircraft carrying 48
persons have vanished in the last
three weeks.
The Privateer disappeared yes-
terday on a flight from Kodlak
to Adak Island In the Aleutians.
The four-engine plane last re-
ported its position as 285 miles
due west of Kodlak. somewhere
over the Aleutian chain which
stretches Into the Pacific west of
Alaska.
Search planes covered the
over-water flight route of the
Klane yesterday, but they were
ampered by poor weather.
Planes of the 10th Air Rescue
squadron at Elmendorf Air Force
Base. Anchorage, stood by.
Since July 21, three other
planes have vanished over the
treacherous, bogged Alaskan ter-
rain.
The coastline is marked by jag-
ged fjords and the ocean is so
cold a person cannot live long in
it. Sharp peaks spear Into the
often overcast sky.
The first major disaster In the
area this year was the disappear-
ance July 21 of a Canadian Pac-
ific Airlines DC-4 Korean airlift
plane.
It was carrying 38 persons, In-
cluding 28 Americans, from Van-
couver, B. C, to Tokyo. The plane
vanished over Cape Spencer, on
the rugged Alaskan Panhandle.
It never has been found.
Six days later, a ski-equipped,
single-engine Norseman vanish-
ed carrying Mrs. Foresta Wood,
the wife of Col. Walter Wood, Far
Hills. N. J., scientist, their daugh-
ter, Valerie, 18, and veteran bush
pilot Maurice King.
Wood still is hopeful that the
three are alive. They carried a
10-day food supply for four per-
sons when they took off from the
Seward Glacier camp of the Al-
aska Research Institute July 27
to fly to Yakutat, Alaska,
On Aug. 4. another Norseman
carrying a pilot and six passeng-
ers disappeared on a 45-mlle
flight from Muchalat Arm to Tof-
ino.'on Vancouver Island. The
passengers were from logging
camps in the area.
Another Privateer crashed and
exploded Aug. 6 in Puget Sound
80 miles north of Seattle with
nine men aboard.
A Superfort with eight crew-
men aboard crashed on Seward
Peninsula's Mt. Serpentine Dec.
23, 1949.
Six of the crewmen parachut-
ed to safety and were rescued by
Alaska bush pilots, but the plane.
Its pilot and navigator never
were found. Three paratroopers
were killed In attempts to bring
aid to the rescued survivors.
A U.S. Air Force C-54 carrying
44 persons disappeared over the
Yukon territory on a flight from
Alaska to Montana Jan. 26, 1950.
The plane never was found, de-
spite one of the biggest searches
in aviation history.
Two C-47s crashed during
a search, but the 16 persons
aboard the planes survived.
A U. S. Air Force giant D-36
was abandoned by its 17-man
crew over Princess Royal Island
off the British Columbia coast
Feb. 14 on a flight from Alaska
to Fort Worth. Tex. The ditched
superbomber vanished. Twelve of
the crew men were rescued. Five
others never were found.
A U. S. Air Force Superfort tak-
ing off from Great Falls, Mont.,
to join the search for the B-36
crashed the following day, killing
eight of the 15 crewmen aboard.
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ROSES FOR A BRAVE DOLL. Forest Wise. 11-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell T.
Wise, of 787 Tavernilla St., Balboa, yesterday was visited by eight members of Flight "B"
First Rescue Sq.. who comprised the crews of the helicopter and 8B-17 which successfully
evacuated her from Penonome, R.P., last June 27th. Forest, who had to have her right
foot amputated as a result of an automobile accident, is doing fine and is now able to make
her way around with the aid of crutches. Crewmen are: Capt. S. M. Schafer, left, 1/Sgt. V.
Berlin, right. Back row left to right, Capt. J. F. Miller, S/Sgt. F. E. Moore, Lt. C. G. Bixel,
S/Sgt. P. Geffert. S/Sgt, C. R. McClure, and Capt. W. H. Faulds.
(Photo by Albrook Photo Lab.)
IN HOLLYWOOD...
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) The
Laugh Parade;
It's an untold Ethel Barrymore
story.
Shortly after Ethel arrived in
Hollywood for a visit, in the day
when she was still undecided a-
bout resuming her movie career,
a magazine writer obtained an
interview with her.
At one point he asked her opin-
ion of Orson Welles, then at his
movie peak with "Citizen Kane,"
and Ethel made an unfavorable
comment.
The writer, a Welles fan, ar-
gued In Orson's behalf.
"After all, he's so young," the
writer said.
"Yes," wailed Ethel, "but he's
been so young so long!"
"I just don't know how you do
It. You pull every laugh In the
book and you don't hit anybody
with a single custard pie."
Mack Sennett, titan of the cus-
tard pie era of movie comedy,
visited the set of Fox's "The Mar-
riage Broker" and watched Thel-
ma Rltter go through her paces.
Even the great Father Goose
himself was convulsed with Thei-
nia's comedy finesse.
Afterwards, he shook her hand
and told her:
A famous, much-married, much-
divorced young male star was
discussing his last wife at a Hol-
lywood party.
To the amazement of the lis-
teners, the bouncing, short-sta-
j tured entertainer praised his ex-
;Mrs.
"She was a wonder," he said.
"She was the only one of my
wives who insisted on working
out a budget. She ran my house-
hold with the greatest economy."
There were some ian't-it-so-
nlce of him to say-it smiles
flashed,, then the star smirked
and said:
"Of course, the only reason she
was doing lt was to make sure
that there would be a lot of com-
munity property when she got
around to divorcing me."
When Tony Curtis returned
from his p.a. tour with "The
Prince Who Was a Thief." he
rushed over to his parent*' home
to tell them all about the crowds
that turned out to see him.
Most interested was Tony's 10-
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year-old brother, Bobby, who
said:
"I guess that means people like
you. huh?"
"Yeah," enthused Tony.
Bobby thought lt over a mo-
ment.
"It probably means that the
studio is going to pick up our op-
tion," he said.
Yvonne de Carlo, Edmond O'-
Brien and other cast members of
Nat Holt's "Silver City" are still
chuckling.
Barry Fitzgerald joined the
company at its Tuolurnne City
location-site several days after
the picture began. The natives of
the are* were highly excited over
the prospect of seeing an Oscar
winner.
Finally Fitzgerald arrived and
the townspeople stared at him In
amazement. The Irish actor was
wearing the slightly eccentric,
dowdy attire that has become his
off-stage Hollywood trademark.
THE SCOOP OF
THE YEAR!
On The Screen In A Fast And
Exlualve Service The
CECILIA Theatre
WILL SHOW
NEXT THURSDAY!
THE
BOUT OF THE CENTURY
1________ FOR ________
The Heavyweight Championship
CHARLES
vs
WALCOTT
BALBOA
Alr-Condltioned
6:15 8:00
Lorraine DAY Robert RYAN
"WOMAN ON PIER 13"
Wed. Thurs "BORN YESTERDAY"
DIABLO HTS.
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FOOTLIGHT VARIETIES
Wednesday "NOB HILL"
COCO LI
IS A 8:30
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Blnf CROSBY a) Nancy OLSON
"MR. MUSIC"
Wednesday "ROCK ISLAND TRAIL*
PEDRO MIGUEL
7:0
GAMBOA
r:KI P It
(Wednesday)
Loretta YOUNG Joseph COTTEN
'Half Angel" (Technicolor)
(Wednesday)
Alan LADD Mona FREEMAN
'BRANDED" (Technicolor)
MARGARITA
i:15 dt 7:50
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Ann SHERIDAN a) Dennis O'KKZFE
"WOMAN ON THE RUN"
Wednesday 'CAPTIVE am,"
CRISTOBAL
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George RAFT Coleen CRAY
"LUCKY NICK CRAIN"
Wed Thurs. "BREAKTHROUGH*
TODAY-LUX
SPECIAL RELEASE!
3:10, 5;05, 7:06, 9:09 p.m
TOMORROW! A Great Drama Returns!
Bette DAVIS, in "A STOLEN LIFE" with Glenn FORD
OPENING THURSDAY!
ONE OF THE FIVE BEST PICTURES OP THE YEAR I
"A woman's a fool to depend entirely on a man's love."
Savs HARRIET CRAIG.
JOAN WENOUl
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BLOW BY BLOW!
SEE The Thrilling Knockout
In The 7th Round!
PLUS:
Two Exciting Features!
"WILD BEASTS AT BAY"
Big Game Hunting
- and -
"SAPS AT SEA"
with. LAUREL and HARDY
Their Best Picture!
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TODAY TROPICAL THEATRE
The first heroic steps towards Tokyo...snd Victory 1
"GUADALCANAL DIARY"
with Preston Foster, Richard Conte, William Beadtx,
Lloyd Nolan and Anthony Julnn
_________ ______________20th Century-Fox________________________^_
JNCANTO THEATRE
WAHOO! SI15.H In Priesa!
June Haver, In
"I'LL GET BY"
- Also:
Dana Andrews, In
"WHERE THE SIDE
WALK ENDS"______
_ TIVOLITHEATRE _
Victor Mature Terry Moors
. In .
"GAMBLING HOUSE"
Also: BetU Davis. In
"PAYMENT on DEMAND"
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
_BANK NIGHT: S2M.M~fer the
Fuelle at - p m.
John Wayne. In
"FIGHTING SEABEES"
- Also:
Dorothy Patrick, In
"THE BLONDE BANDIT"
VICTORIA THEATRE
Gilbert Roland Gale Storm. In
"THE DUDE GOES
WEST"
Also: Sidney Toler. In
"BLACK MAGIC





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desde el jueves 16 de agosto..
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Un caonsio de la
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Panamatorca
DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE DIVULGAMOS LA VERDAD QUE LOS DEMS OCULTAN
MADERAS
de
construcci
AGENCIAS
GLOBALES, SJt
Via Espaa,
final. Llegando
a Juan Franc.
Telfono 3-1801.
A*0 VIGSIMO SEXTO
PANAMA, R. P., MARTES, AGOSTO 14, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
Inicia trabajo en Bocas la
frutera por B/. 9.500.000
El Senado Peruano solicita I PrstaiTIOS por B/. 159.039
a la Cancillera del reru n
Es un experimento que abarca
"ms de cinco mil hectreas
para la siembra de bananos
Lat United Fruit Company ha bold,
Iniciado este ao un experi-
mento para la produccin de
banano en gran escala en la
Provincia de Bocas del Toro, en
el cual se invertirn nueve mi-
llones y medio de balboas, se-
gn manifest a un redactor de
"El Panam Amrica" Mr. Dea-
bold, encargado de esa seccin
de la empresa.
El experimento, comprende
ms de cinco mil hectreas de
terreno, para la siembra de ba-
nano, con objeto de evitar que
contraigan la terrible plaga de-
nominada "Panam", que asol
las plantaciones hace algunos
aos.
Segn explic el seor Dea-
ser necesario para la
realizacin de este proyecto,
cerca de cinco mil hombres
mas, lo cual hara subir el n-
mero de trabajadores a diez mil,
ya que en la actualidad estn
trabajando en la United Fruit
Company ms de cinco mil o-
breros.
Con respecto a la presencia
de obreros extranjeros en las
obras, se explic que con motivo
de la visita que la Comisin In-
vestigadora .hizo a Bocas del
Toro, se haban llevado algu-
nos obreros de otras provincias
a la Compaa, pero que mu-
chos de ellos habian regresado
porque no podan aclimatarse
al lugar.
Usarn productos nacionales
en la construccin de los
edificios de la Universidad
La Universidad Nacional usa-
r productos de la Industria
nacional en la construccin de
sus edificios. As lo inform la
Comisin de industriales del
Sindicato en la sesin efectua-
da ayer por su Junta Directiva.
Dicha Comisin inform que los
Sndicos Universitarios, los In-
genieros y arquitectos a cuyo
cargo estn las obras no tuvle-
WA8HINOTQN, agosto 14. ron inconvenientes en satisa-
(UPi. El Departamento de i cer las aspiraciones da los to-
Estado anunci que Rusia ass- dustrlales en el sentido de pre-
Rusia asistir a
la conferencia de
paz con el Japn
tlr a la conferencia de paz eon
el Japn en San Francisco el
prximo mes, pero las esferas
diplomticas manifestaron que
no se cree que la decisin so-
vitica impida la firma del tra-
tado de paz preparado por las
potencias occidentales.
Se cree que el objetivo so-
vitico ser presentar oficial-
mente sus objeciones a la ma-
yor parte de las disposiciones
de importancia del "tratado de
reconciliacin". Sealaron las
esferas diplomticas que en la
conferencia no habr derecho
de *veto" que impida que se
pon^a en vigor el tratado.
Pero del mismo modo que
Rusia no podr impedir la a-
probacin de ese convenio, se
da por sentado que no lo fir-
mar por lo menos en la for-
ma propuesta hasta ahora.
La delegacin sovitica estar
presidida por el vlce-Mlnlstro
de Relaciones Exteriores Andrei
Gromyko. "especialista" en tc-
ticas dilatorias como lo ha de-
ferir materiales del pals en be-
neficio de la industria nacional.
El Presidente del Sindicato,
Lie. Rogelio Rodrguez, al infor-
mar sobre los resultados de la
Comisin dijo oue nuestra Pri-
mera Casa de Estudios corres-
pondi dignamente y con ele-
vacin de miras al llamado de
los industriales en el sentido
de que se debe dar amplia pro-
teccin a las industrias nacio-
nales.
Como lo Inform este peridi-
co, el Sindicato de Industriales
tuvo conocimiento de que la
construccin del edificio que
servir para la Facultad de Le-
yes se pensaba usar mosaicos
astticos y servicios sanitarios
de confeccin extranjera, pro-
ductos que se pueden sustituir
ventajosamente con mosaicos
corrientes y servicios sanitarios
hechos en el pais, que, segn Jo
asegura el Sindicato de Indus-
triales, son productos de alta
calidad. Por esta razn el Sin-
dicato consider de su deber
Estrllase B-50
contra una casa
y perecen siete
SEATTLE, Washington, agos-
to 14. (UP). Un avin de la
Fuerza Area B-50 se estrell
contra una casa de apartamen-
tos y estall poco despus de
remontarse en vuelo de prueba
desde el aerdromo de la Boeing
aqu, muriendo por lo menos 7
personas en el desastre.
Siete cadveres haban sido
recogidos entre los restos del
avin una hora despus del ac-
cidente. Las ambulancias con-
dujeron 12 heridos a los hos-
pitales prximos. El segundo Je-
fe de bomberos Robert Rogers
dijo que en la casa de aparta-
mentos residen 64 personas, pe-
ro que la mayor parte de esas
personas estaban trabajando o
por otras razones no estaban
en el edificio cuando ocurri
el accidente.
El gran avin cuatrimotor es-
taba tratando de ganar altitud
tras remontar el vuelo en el
cercano aerdromo de Boeing
cuando se fu hacia una colina
contra la cual choc un ala.
El ala se destroz contra cuatro
automviles estacionados y el
avin fu a estrellarse contra
la casa.
La explosin se oy a muchos
kilmetros de distancia y las
llamas en pocos minutos devo-
raron el viejo edificio.
Los bomberos no pudieron se-
guir buscando ms victimas de-
bido a que los restos del avin
se encontraban al blanco Vivo
por el calor y se calcula^Bge
los muertos ascendern 3Pn
nmero 'entre veinte y treinta.
informe sobre el conflicto
hizo la Caja de Seguro
CI mapa presenta el escenario de las nuevas diferencias fron-
terizas entre Per y Ecuador, las cuales segn declaracin ofi-
cial del Gobierno Ecuatoriano, culminaron con el ataque ar-
mado de faenas peruanas contra guarniciones ecuatorianas.
En el mapa puede vene (No. 3) la tona de Zuma en donde
ocurri el ataque armado, asi como la poblacin de Santiago
(No. 2) que tambin figura en los partes del Gobierno del
Ecuador como victima de la agresin peruana. Sin embargo,
el Gobierno del Per ha desmentido las afirmaciones ecua-
torianas y alega que el ataque fu provocado por soldados
ecuatorianos en estado de embriagues que celebraban el
aniversario del Ecuador.
Educacin crear;
Monte de Piedad
El Ministro de Educacin Den
Ricardo Bermdez solicitar en
Consejo de Gabinete una parti-
da de diez mil balboas para la
creacin del Banco del Maestro-
Dicho Banco cobrar pequeos
porcentajes que sern inverti-
dos en zapatos para los nios
campesinos.
La finalidad de este Banco es
con el objeto de defender los
intereses de muchos maeslios
vctimas de los agiotistas.
LIMA, agosto 14. (UPXj
El Senado peruano acord pe-
dir ni Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores, Manuel Gallagher,
que rinda informe sobre los.car-
gos que ha hecho el Gobierno
del Peru de que un avin mlll-
I ac con sus dos qficiaiflS rezumados on 1*
;i!1flrtrasa tropas peB-!c>rimWfFsi ironic
as en la frontera de los dos El ltimo comunicado perua-
que no habian ocurrido bajas
hasta ahora.
Mieptras tanto, la Cmara de
Diputados del Per aprob una
mocin expresando su apoyo a
la poltica exterior del Gobier-
no enunciada en lo comunlca-
JSrHn . . w.m. nni ** gestiones en el sentido de
mostrado en las Naciones Un- que lM materlales fabricados
das.
REUNENSE HOY
LOS MIRS EN
EL CLUB UNION
Esta noche a las och,,se re-
unirn los miembros del Club
Miura y sus esposas en el Club
Unin, con el propsito de tra-
tar asuntos relacionados cori
la labor que Iniciarn los Mui-
rs para ayudar al Asilo de
Malambo. Se pide puntual asis-
tencia de todos los Miuras a
esta sesin.
en el pais sean usados de pre-
ferencia en las construcciones
nacionales, con mayor razn si
se trata de entidades del Esta-
do. Esas gestiones, como queda
dicho, cristalizaron en beneficio
de nuestra Industria nacional.
El Sindicato de Industriales
en su sesin de ayer discuti
e hizo reformas al proyecto de
Ley sobre la reglamentacin de
Patentes Comerciales e Indus-
triales que el Ministro de Co-
mercio, Agricultura e Industrias
someti a dicha entidad patro-
nal para su estudio. El proyec-
to de Ley discutido ser entre-
gado en el curso de la semana
al Ministro Samudio.
En el Aeropuerto de Paitilla
funcionar dentro de poco la
Escuela Nacional de Aviacin
Habr verbena
esta noche en
la Profesional
Contina esta noche la "Se-
mana del Maz" en la Escuela
Profesional con una gran Ver-
bena donde se exhibirn polle-
ras, montunos, y otros vestidos
confeccionados en esa institu-
cin..
Las festividades seguirn con
la vasta de deliciosos platos
nacionales y bebidas hechas a
base de maz por las alumnas
de ese plantel.
Muchas sorpresas, atenciones
y alegras esperan a las perso-
nes nue asistan a la Verbena
de e^ta noche, segn nos Infor-
maron las organizadoras de es-
tas festividades.
Se qued dormido
en el timn y su
vehculo se volc
Por quedarse dormido en el
timn, el panameo de 26 aos
de edad. Jos Maria Nieto, pro-
voc el volcamiento de su chiva
resultando heridos tres pasaje-
ros. El hecho ocurri frente a
la entrada No. 2 de la base
area de Albrook Field a las 3
de la madrugada de hoy.
Segn testigos presenciales, la
chiva se sali de la" carretera
inclinndose hacia la izquierda
al quedar dos de sus ruedas
dentro de una cuneta, deslizn-
dose luego unos 113 pies en esa
posicin.
Los pasajeros Modesto Ba-
rrios, de 25 aos de edad. Ana
Mercedes Velarde de 27 aos e
Inocencio Garca, de 40 aos,
todos residentes en Guarar.
fueron atendidos en el Hospi-
tal Gorgas por el Dr. L. J. Par-
ker y dados de alta. Garca,
quien sufri golpes en el pecho
deber reportarse l hospital
Santo Toms. El conductor del
vehculo y otro pasajero, Elias
Bustamante, escaparon ilesos.
Hasta el momento no se ha
pases.
El Gobierne del Ecuador na
negado los cargos y anoche en
Quito el populacho llev una
manifestacin cvica hasta l
Palacio de Gobierno para de-
mostrar su solidaridad con el
Gobierno. El Presidente Galo
Plaza dijo a los manifestantes
no dijo que el ataque del avin
ecuatoriano ocurri en el sector
de Chlnchipe, rector en donde
han ocurrido otros incidentes
provocados por lo que los pe-
ruanos han llamado soldados
ecuatorianos "borrachos'. El co-
municado peruano decia que nr
han habido bajas.
Se tilda de inconstitucional
el acto de toma de posesin
del Gerente del Agropecuario
Lo hace el Procurador General de la Nacin en
vista enviada a la Corte
Se producir papel
de bagazo de caa
MADISON, Wls. Agosto 14 --
(UP) En el Laboratorio de
Productos Forestales de Estados
Unidos se estn haciendo prue-
bas sotre la utilizacin del ba-
gazo de caa de ascar para
producir papel de peridico.
Joaqun de la Rosa, presidente
de "La Rosa Company" de Nue-
va York, estaba presente cu&u-
do se hicieron las pruebas. Tan-
to de la Rosa como el laborato-
rio rehusaron hacer comentario
acerca la prueba hasta maana.
El primer peridico impreso
en papel de bagazo se hlso hace
un ao por la Kinsley Che.i.t-
cal Company de Cleveland.
Dos Mini
visitaron la
frontera tica
Durante la conferencia de
Gobernadores que tuvo lugar el
sbado ltimo en Bocas del To-
ro, el Ministro de Gobierno y
Justicia, Dr. Miguel Angel Or-
donez, el Ministro de Obras P-
blicas, Ing. Norberto Navarro,
los gobernadores y dems
miembros de la comitiva, visi-
taron la frontera en el sitio de
Guablto; se pudo observar que
la escuela es un casern de
madera en muy mal estado, y
que la caseta de la Aduana pa-
namea, se encuentra en es-
El Ministro de Obras Pblica*
manifest que ordenara inme-
diatamente la construccin de
la caseta de aduana, y que se
har un esfuerzo para que el
Gobierno lleve a efeetp un pro-
grama de construcciones de to-
das las escuelas de la frontera
con el fin de acabar con el triste
espectculo de que nuestros
centros docentes se encuentren
en lamentables condiciones.
La suma mayor prestada fue
de B. 15-000 y la menor de
B- 6.000 segn informan
La Junta Directiva de la Ca-
ja del Seguro Social aprob en
la tarde de ayer prstamos hi-
potecarlos por la suma te
159.030.00 segn se Inform en
fuentes oficiales.
Dichos prstamos sern des-
tinados a construcciones en Na-
ta. Aguadulce, Los Santos y en
esta capital en los barrios de
Mu-aflores, Lefevre, Paitilla Rio
Abajo, San Francisco de la Ca-
leta, Altamlra (Golf Club) El
Cangrejo, Campo Alegre y La3
Cumbres.
Las mayores asignaciones s,n
de B. 15.000 y las menores por
B 6.000.00
Dichos prstamos fueron con-
cebidos despus de llenar los so-
licitantes todas las condicione
exigidas por la Ley del Seguro
Social en lo relativo a prsta-
mos con garanta hipotecan.
El Gerente Sola Inform que
a Directiva de la Caja habla
aprobado el plan para estajle-
cer en la Caja el Servicio de cp-
tometria y aprobado tambin la
instalacin de un taller de p-
tica para hacer ms econmi-
cos esos servicios.
Pern y Eva es la frmula
presidencial oficialmente
lanzada por los Peronistas
Ridgway tiene
En vista que envi a la Corte
Suprema de Justicia el Procura-
dor General de la Nacin, Lie.
Vctor A. de Len, estima quo el
acto de toma de posesin del
Licenciado Eduardo Vallailno
como Gerente del Banco Agro-
pecuario e Industrial, es Incons-
titucional.
Dice el Procurador que "segn
el articulo 118 de la Ley 77 c"e
1941, subrogado por el 4o de la
Ley 46 de 1946 se infiere que la
aprobacin del nombramleuto
por parte de la Asamblea. Na-
cional es un requisito exigido
virtud de los expuesto en el ar-
ticulo 167 del Estatuto Funda-
mental, que no le confiere fa-
cultad para 'nacer declaratoria
de orden distinto".
Declrase impedido
el Juez Burgos para
actuar en unas sumarias
El Juez Cuarto del Circuito.
Lie. Manuel Burgos ha declina-
do el estudio de las sumarlas
conforme al artculo 144 de la! que se siguen contra los deteni-
Constltucln (ord. 13), para el' dos polticos por los sucesos del
nueva
nombramiento de Gerente del
Banco Agropecuario".
Agrega el mencionado fun-
cionarlo que "como ese requisi-
to no se ha cumplido en el caro
del nombramiento del Licencia-
do Vallarino por lo qu, siguien-
do precedente que ha estableci-
do la Corte, hay motivo para
estimar que el acto de la pose-
sin que se ha impugnado es
inconstitucional".
Y termina la vista que "so'o
obre este punto puede pron.n-
podido determinar d valor de.clarfe ^ honorable Corle
Se estn adelantando las ges-
tiones para Incrementar la
aviacin civil y crear la Escue-
la Nacional de Aviacin, bajo
direccin de nuestro gobierno,
segn inform en la maana
de hoy el subjefe del despacho,
don Ricardo Romero Jr.
Para agotar los puntos fina-
les del proyecto, el Jefe de Ae-
ronutica, don Marco A. Gela-
bert. celebrar esta semana una
entrevista con el Presidente de
la Repblica, a fin de seleccio-
nar de entre diez aspirantes los
primeros tres cadetes.
El primer paso en firme que
se d para llevar a efecto este
provecto ha sido la compra del
avin Stearman PT-17, el cual
tambin ser usado para garan-
tizar las comunicaciones entre
ciertos pueblos del Interior don-
de se acondicionaran aeropuer-
tos.
La Escuela de Aviacin pro-
yectada funcionar en el aero-
puerto de Paitilla.
los daos sufridos por la chiva,
pero las autoridades zoneitas
creen que sta podr moverse
con su proDla fuerza una vez
que sea enderezada.
El conducto Nieto se encuen-
tra en libertad pendiente del
resultado de la investigacin.
Cuatro Oficiales
Rumanos condenados
a la pena capital
BCAREST. Agosto 14
Cuatro altos oficiales fueron
condenados a muerte al ser en-
contrados culpables del delito
dr alta traicin y espionaje.
Los cuatron sentenciados son,
el Mayor General Mlhall Kc-
manescu. de 52 aos de edau y
uno de los altos Jefes de la a-
vlacin de Rumania, a quien se
acus de vender documentos del
Cuartel General de la Fuerza
Area, a la Legacin de Giv.n I
Bretaa: Alexander Uclu, de 67 |
(Pasa a la Pag. I. Cal. >
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da 10 de Mayo
Por haber nombrado el sin-
dicado Cristbal Adn de Urrlo-
la. como su defensor al seor
Alfredo Burgos, sobrino del Juez
Cuarto del Circuito. Este ha
manifestado el impedimento pa-
ra emitir su opinin en la in-
vestigacin que se adelanta.
El impedimento del Juez Bur-
gos fu remitido al Juez Quin-
to del Circuito, Lie. Temlstocles
de la Barrera, quien calificar
si es correcto el imoedlmento o
no presentado por el Juez Cuar-
to del Circuito.
Conferencia sobre la Fiebre
Aftosa se celebrar en esta
ciudad desde el prximo 21
Numerosos pases y organizaciones han sido invi-
tados para estas importantes conferencias
Por Iniciativa del Gobierno medidas internacionales, econ-
de Panam, se celebrar en micas y de control. Intercambio
esta ciudad, en el edificio de permanente d: Informacin, ert-
la Cmara de Comercio e In- frenamiento sistemtico de per-
dustrias, durante los das 21 al sonai especial para atender a
24 del presente mes, una "Con-lias distintas actividades de la
ferencla Regional Consultiva so- lucha contra la enfermedad, etc.
bre Fiebre Aftosa", en la cual | A esta conferencia han sido
se discutirn todos los aspee- Invitados los siguientes pases
tos de esta enfermedad y su que no padecen esta epidemia:
prevencin y control. Canad, Costa Rica. Cuba, El
Es el deseo del Gobierno de: Salvador, Estados Unidos, Gua-
Panam llegar a conclusiones | tmala. Haiti, Honduras, Mxi
en cuanto a la uniformidad de, co, Nicaragua, Panam y la Re-
legislacln sobre la materia en
todos los pases lnteresaaos,
(Pasa a la Pt 8 Col. 1)
TOKIO, Agosto 14 (UP) El
Comandante Supremo de 13S
Naciones Unidas, General Ma-
tthew B. Ridgway. ofreci una
frmula de transaccin para el
establecimiento de una zona
neutral en Corea.
El General Ridgway dijo en
una conferencia de prensa que
"nosotros no somos inflexibles.
Hemos expresado nuestro deseo
de hacer los ajustes en la linca
requeridos por la topografa y la
iogica de los eventos El Coman-
do de las Naciones Unidas est
preparado para hacer todo lo
posible dentro del honor y sin
apaciguamiento para llevar las
negociaciones del armisticio mi-
litar a una conclusin de x.to.
Pero el Comando de las Nacio-
nes Unidas se ha dado cuenta
durante dos veces que el Para-
lelo 38 no puede defenderse. C-
mo puede nadie esperar que re-
gresemos a la misma lnea nue-
vamente? No queremos ni in-
tentarlo".
Esta fu la contestacin de
Ridgway a la insistencia comu-
nista de que la zona neutral
debe ser establecida a lo laigo
del Paralelo 38.
Mientras tanto, las comunis-
tas volvieron a rechazar nue/a-
mente los esfuerzos de las Na-
ciones Unidas para encontrar u-
na frmula de transaccin pa-
ra solucionar el estancamiento
de las negociaciones en Corsa.
El delegado jefe comunica.
General Nam II, atac los ar-
gumentos de las Naciones Uni-
das de que la superioridad i.n-
val y area aliada deba ser to-
mada en cuenta al fijar la ii.ea
para la zona neutral. Nam II
volvi a exigir que la zona neu-
tral sea establecida a lo largo
del Paralelo 38, y los aliados ie-
husaron considerar la propuesta.
El comunicado de las Nacio-
nes Unidas decia que la sesin
de hoy termin "sin resultados
tangibles".
BUENOS AIRES, agosto 14.
'UP). El Consejo Superior
Peronista en una reunin espe-
cial celebrada ayer tarde dio
su endoso oficial a las candi-
daturas presidenciales de Juan
D. Pern y Evita Pern al or-
denar el completo respaldo a
la grandiosa manifestacin p-
blica que prepara la Confede-
racin General de Trabajores
para el 22 de agosto.
Al mismo tiempo, el Consejo
Superior prohibi al partido to-
da propaganda electoral que nn
contenga- ios neck's O- >' i
. E'., .. <;ur -i wll. .uJfi -. le*
Presidente respectivamente.
El consejo anunci la expul-
sin de Bernardino Garaguzo y
exigi la renuncia a Carlos See-
ber, ambos diputados peronis-
tas. No se dl razn alguna pa-
ra dichas decisiones, pero en
los circuios polticos se dijo que
ambos diputados favorecan otro
candidato para la vice-presi-
deneja. El^ comunicado simple-
mente decia que fueron expul-
sados por "indisciplina de par-
tido".
En varias oportunidades en
3ue comisiones de visitantes pe-
lan a Pern que aceptara el
nuevo trmino presidencial, el
Jefe del Gobierno argentino
siempre contestaba que el Con-
sejo Superior Peronista era 1
nico organismo autorizado pa-
ra decidir los candidatos presi-
denciales en las elecciones, ES
de notarse que ni el Presiden-
te Pern ni Evita se han com-
netWo twjavia.
o denpu. i de expedir** *
comunicado anunciando 1 ex-
pulsin de los diputados Gara-
guzo y Seeber. se expidi otro
comunicado anunciando el fer-
rnte respaldo del partido a
manifestacin del 32 de agos-
to, aadiendo que "Pern y Eva
representan para la Repblica
la seguridad de un presente lu-
minoso y la garanta de un por-
venir de conquistas felices".
Quedara paralizada Obras
Pblicas al entrar a regir
el presupuesto este ao
As lo declar el Ministro de Obras Pblicas al re-
ferirse a esta delicada situacin
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS Df
22,300
El Ministro de Obras Pblicas
deciar que con el presupuesto
que haba sido aprobado su Mi-
nisterio quedaba prcticamente
inutilizado, ya que haba par-
tidas que estaban sobregiradas
antes de haber comenzado o
ponerse en marcha ste.
Dijo que l tratarla por todos
los medios de evitar que se lan-
cen a la calle ms de dos mil
obreros que trabajan en diver-
sas obras del gobierno, porque
ello vendra a agravar en for-
ma espantada la actual situa-
cin econmica.
Agreg el Ministro que al re-
ducirse las partidas fijas del
Ministerio, tales como de la luz,
etc, se pona al Ministerio en
la disyuntiva de suspender los
trabajos que realiza el Ministe-
rio y no poder comenzar las
obras que tienen partidas in-
cluidas en el sobreglro que ya
existen en las otras partidas
que fueron recortadas.
Manifest el Ministro Nava-
rro, que l est seguro que ca-
da comunidad ha de luchar
cuando llegue el momento por
evitar que los trabajos se sus-
pendan v que como consecuen-
cia de esto se agudice la pre-
sente crisis econmica. Agreg
que l estaba seguro que el
Contralor General de la Rep-
blica, don Henrique de Obarrlo.
buscar solucin a este delicado
problema que confronta el Mi-
nisterio.
Trujillo es buen
cliente de E. U.
WASHINGTON. Agosto 14
UBIS i Los Estados Unios
han hecho formal reconoci-
miento de la cancelacin por
parte de la Repblica Domini-
cana de sus deudas extranjeras
por medio del pago de las tu-
rnas que adeudaba al Gobierno
ci los Estados Unidos.
En la notas canjeadas a entre el Secretarlo de Estado.
Dean Acheson y el embajador
dominicano en los Estados V-
nldos, doctor Luis Francisco
(rata a ka Pag. . Col. >
Detenido un sujeto
por robo cometido
en una mueblera
Se encuentra detenido a or-
denes del Fiscal Primero del
Circuito. Licenciado Alejandro
Cajar, el panameo William Wi-
lliams Minnot, chofer de SI o-
ftos de edad y residente en Callo
Este Bis No. 25. acusado por el
Gerente de la Mueblera Flllpl-
ne Rattan, de haberse robado
cinco bultos de telas para fo-
rrar muebles y asientos para ca-
rros avaluados en 157.50 balboas.
Segn la denuncia presenta-
da por el seor aples Jurado,
Gerente de esa firma, e seor
Williams acostumbraba a sacar
artculos de esa casa metidos en
sacos de la basura que Iban al
ciematorlo.
El seor Williams a su vea a-
cusa a varios compaeros ele
ti abajo de sustraer mercancas
en la misma forma para ven-
derla a otras casas.
Los Gineclogos se
renen esta noche
en el Club de Golf
La reunin ordinaria de la
Sociedad Panamea de Obste-
tricia y Ginecologa se llevar
a cabo hoy marte, a las 7.30
p.m. en los salones del Club
de Golf. El programa estar a
cargo del doctor Jos Ramn
Vrela con el tema "Dlscracias
Sanguneas Complicadas por el
Embarazo" y comenzar la dis-
cusin el doctor Mario RognonL
Por cortesa de la Casa Sear-
le se presentar una pelcula
sobre vaglnltis que no pudo
proyectarse en la sesin pasa-
da por no haber llegado a tem-
PO.


PAGINA DOS
a. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDENT*
MARTES, AGOSTO 14, 1H1
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Panamamrtca

UM MfiBramMBNTI
MAHMODIO AIIIAS. rv'HCTCK

IDITAQC *OR L
EOITORA PANAMA AMERICA. A.
Telefono 2-0740 iCtfeifiAi Pniv*o* acwidc postal no. 134
fK SUS TAILCRC* i*nr>n (N >T* nnuo. CAiif H. No 07
EL INCIDENTE ENTRE PERU Y ECUADOR
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
RED
Panamericana
1.090 Kcs
Drew Pearson dice: Los despiltarros de los Nacionalistas
Chinos pudieron evitarse.
WASHINGTON Muchos de do y averiguaron que el capital
los despilfarros de los abaste-1 total de la abarroteria no ya-
cimientos de guerra de los na- saba de unos cuantos ciento*
En IOS ltimos das las agencias de prensa han clonalistas Chinos pudieron ser de .dlares. Sin embargo, se s-
. r evitados si los millonea de do- pona que esta compaa Iba
estado informando SODie el ineideilte fronterizo en- lares cn municiones que enva- a manejar una transaccin de
tre las Repblicas de I'ei V Ecuador. Segn se ms a Formosa hubieran sido un milln de dlares.
V j. i i- manejada directamente por el
Ba dicho, parece (jue se trata de ligeros ent'Uen- Gobierno de Estados Unidos y Ms an, el propietario de la
tros entre guarniciones de ambos pases, lo CUal supervisados por nosotros. abarroteria como no sabia na-
. i ,.e i i_i Eor el contrario, se usa un da de gasolina le entrego el
.parece estar reviviendo diferencias y problemas curioso sistema de intermedia- negocio a otro intermediario
'del pasado por cuestiones limtrofes. I '1* KS^S, * ^^JSSSeTSS^V^. x
Aunque todava no se puede precisar qu es lo tXS^%^\^ de ste'ina0 "\BfS&.'"
ime est ocurriendo, es evidente que algo anormal; di,ieio se usa para subvencio-
i^t j -i i' j nar la "antesala" China que a En otras palabras, el Gobier-
Sta pasando y que, no solo esta poniendo en pe- veces (iene una poaerosS in- no de China muy bien pudo
Senado de Esta- haber comprado la gasolina di-
que sigue siendo rectamente de "Cities Service,"
r a tres in -
comerciante
. abarroteria de
it Es muy lamentable que sucesos de esta iar\j!u\JB&'XeL^-1S&2*flm*^*m'
,\1 i-i i - ,i fue que 2,9a6,170 galones de denbaum.
.dole tengan cabida en los tiempos actuales cuando gasolina de aviacin fueron or-
Va en nuestra Amrica Se ha logrado robustecer donados para la aviacin China El hombre que coloc, la or-
,T. .. i- i i i i e- en Formosa, una compra de un den fue el General C. J. Chou.
lina amplia conciencia de solidaridad hemisfrica, milln de dlares. I Jefe del Estado Mayor de
de identificacin poltica y de unidad espiritual La orden fue hech, e, lo. d.' c^spodV &X"*SBi
entre todos los pueblos del continente. : Enero de 1950 y no durante Bradley en Estados Unidos.
los dias de guerra que segn
Se Sabe que el quebrantamiento de la paz de dice el libro blanco del Depar-i Al tin de cuentas, la transae-j
i _. ,. j lamento de Estado fu cuando cin fue anulada cuando el con-
Amrica es algo qtie ya HO esta contemplado por ocurrieron bu malversaciones cienrudo Senador William
el modo de pensar y de sentir de las naciones del i ' Ejrcito de China. \ Knowland de California se dio
hemisferio occidental. De manera, pues, que la gue- Pero. aunque las --nHiMnn..' cuen *'
rra est proscrita entre nosotros no solamente por eran relativamente pacficas en B___ in#*i>ii#*ii\ii
lo expresado en diversos tratados y convenciones e""* no* haba" com^nzadT'sta TOS PRODUCIDA
interamericanas, sino porque est arraigado el con- norme cantidad de gasolina DAD
_* :c:-i < * i f" manejada por la Chung too lUn
cepfo pacifista y eminentemente panamericanista company, comerciantes de For- .,, DCCCDIAI\A7
on el sentimiento continental. Sin embargo, es muy ""ls;1 x la "'i""'1 de compras UN KtorKIAUU.
i- i i de la Knerza Aerea China en
peligroso actos de hostilidad como parece que es-, Washington ,a s.o se .e avis f Pruebe si JARABE TANCROl
tan desarropndose en la frontera pp-uano-ecua- oue la ordcn Pr los 2,956,170
._ j ; galones de gasolina haba sido
tor ana porque socavan las bases de la fratern- puesta
HOT MARTES
P.M.
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agro las buenas relaciones entre esos dos pueblos fluencia en ei
S* 1 I" dUS 1 nidOS. Lo Que Sigue sienuu unamrinr ue mc>
ermanos. sino que tambin implica un nesgo pa- un misteil es qMuien obtiene las en lugar de utuitar a
Jta la armona Continental. comisiones. I termedlarlos el cow
I de Formosa, la abarro
Es muy lamentable que sucesos de esta in-
dad americana y siembran los resentimientos y aca-
so las pasiones y los odios en los surcos de los
pUeb'os.
con esta comnaia.
Esto fu algo peculiar ya que ',
la Fuerza Aerea de China tiene
sus propias oficinas en Wash-
ington con el nico objeto de
hacer las compras.
A propsito de sto es muy conveniente que, otro aspect0 pecul|ar M que'
se tome en cuenta la obligacin que todos tee-' -1 precio pagado fu el que
mos. especialmente los que orientan o dirigen la! ^^'^"'^J^9*^.
opinin pblica en Per y Ecuador, de no permitir1 ion. Los chinos no tenan que
campaas que establezcan divisiones innobles en ^|aryastqV7ECo'deBmo
la familia americana. Debe tenerse presente que un el precio haba bajado.
conflicto como el que aparentemente se ha plan-, comerciante de
tear'o bien puede resolverse a travs de mltiples j 8AN francisco
Une")"- --- -v. v {|n.' 0 a lo mayor armona, A pesar de sto, sin embargo^
pafo period'sticas o de cualquier otra ndole en las cua- Fo coipany ei 9 de Febrero
Par Obtener Pronto Alivio de un*
garganta Irritada, inflamada o reseca t
irritaciones menores de los bronquios,
producidas por un resfriadopruebe
Ud. el Jarabe Yancro Para La Tos.
Tancro es un remedio eficaz, usado y
recomendado por muchos medicos y
enfermeras. Tancro lomado de acuerdo
con nuestras instrucciones, es igual-
mente eficaz y agradable para los nios.
A la venta en las farmacias.
JARABE
T^nrfA deconhanza
ldllvil U para LA TOS
orto MOOUCro NORWICH
WF
les afloran los insultos de pueblo a pueblo no se bo-
rjPB" fciimente, ni este aspecto del conflicto lo
puc'lpn solucionar los mediadores.
de 1950| y al da siguiente la
Fuerza Area China en Wash-
ington u ordenada por cable
para que depositara un milln
de dlares en el Banco Wells
S. Fargo de San Francisco a la
p necesita, ante todo, que al margen de lo: disposicin de ia South china
pcvrido no se desenvuelvan polmicas insidiosas En,rPr|5e- 'e-
que agrieten la unidad espiritual de las naciones En otras palabras. ia Fuerza
gH|(,r'""i';:>,l Area de China en Washing-
ton, aunque no tuvo nada que
Ojal que lo ms pronto posible se ponga pun- ^.Tu'Vd^ada -.e que8".0:
to mal al incidente que comentamos v que por ara.
encima de eualmiier contingencia impere" la cordu- J- ToSte'S^SffS
ra v la serenidad bajo el cielo generoso de nes- *'" de ia Chung foo com-
tro continente. Seguros estamos de que los pue-! ffir/o*! ^^Jfia. S
Wos de Peru y Ecuador, as como sus estadistas, amostrado que no es otra .cosa
deten formular idnticos votos inspirados en el, VLF*tt*mS2m*
Los patriotas Chinos que no
ouerian que estafaran a su
Gobierno, siguieron investigan-
ms puro panamericanismo.
MISA EN ACCIN DE GRACIAS
A la Virgen de los Angeles por haber terminado
la epidemia de poliomielitis, se dir en la Iglesia de
Santa Ana el 15 de Agosto a las 7:00 a.m.
Por este medio queda invitado todo el pueblo
panameo a este acto piadoso.
LINLEOS
(Pabco, Certainteed y
Armstrong Congoleum)
EN ALFOMBRAS:
6'"x9'........B '. 3.98
7i' x 9'....... 5.48
9'xlOi'...... 7.48
.9' x 12' :........ 8.98
Adems: LOZA CRISTALE-
RA LAMPARAS . Y
MILES DE ARTCULOS MAS
ELACUILA
l^i>HSr^2>
3:30 Don Qukero
Dramalkadon, cortesa
de Avena Quaker
3:45 Cuarteto Mayo
dirige Rene Santos
4:00 Noticiero
cortesa de los almacenes
"Pereira"
4:15 Dedicatorias
5:45 Drcula, El Hombre
Vampiro
dramatizacin RPA
G:00 Vibraciones del Aire
por Nacho Valdes
6:15 Canta JuliU Ross
6:30 Sucesos de la humanidad
dramatizacin
6:45 Sus canciones preferidas
cortesa de la Floristera
"Valvn*
7:00 Lucho Azcrraga
y su rgano
cortesa del Ron
Carta Vieja"
7:15 Lazos de Odio
dramatizacin, cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel
7:30 Pginas de Amor
dramatizacin cortesa de
El guila Imperial
7:45 La Voz Emocional de
Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
8:00 El Diado de una Mujer
dramatizacin RPA
cortesa de Almacenes
La Aurora
8:15 Dos canciones y un poema
Carlos M. Porras y
Anita Villalaz
cortesa de Max Factor
8:30 Alto la Msica
cortesa de cigarrillos
Lucky Strike
9:00 Mujeres entre Rejas
dramatizacin. cortesa
de la Casa Angellnl
9:15 Los Trovadores
Romnticos
do Galante
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Los Panamericanos
10:15 Francia y su msica
10:30 Variedad murlcpl
11:00 El Cancionero Nocturnal
10:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
MAftANA MIRCOLES
fi:00 Buenos dias
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero RPA
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8 00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 La discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los Astros
con Antinea
8,:,45 Cantajes de Mxico. .
9:W Clasificados del aire
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 la novela matinal
Entre Dos Amores
dramatizacin
11:30 Cuba, su msica y sus
romoosilores
11:45 El Fakir Urbano
12:00 Serenata espaola
P.M.
12:15 Noticiero
cortesa de "La Hora"
12:30 Lucho Azcrraga -
y su rgano
cortesa de la Fbrica
Nacional de Salchichas
1:00 Variedad musical
1:15 Boleros de moda
i:3n Cantares de Amrica
2:00 Noticiero
2:05 Orquestas de saln
2:30 Sendas Musicales
con Anoland. Cortesa de
El guila Irroerlal
2:45 Su novela favorita
La Bien Pagada
cortesa de Kelvix
3:30 Momento romntico
con Ovidio Rodrigue/
3:15 El rabe
'grabacin*
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
En MU leccin daremos cabida m todas aqntllas cartas
que m nos u.r'.iau, sbrt tpico*, de inters general.
que no ean demasiado extensa*,
LA VOZ DE UN VIEJO
ASEGURADO
Seor Director:
Ante la excitativa hecha en
su ledo diario por la Comisin
Legislativa Permanente, tengo a
bien .exponer mi opinin en re-
lacin con las proyectadas re-
formas sobre el Seguro Social,
en mi carcter.de viejo asegu-
rado.
En primer trmino, y soste-
niendo que el dinero acumula-
do por el Seguro Social no es
propiedad del Estado, y que su
ereccin no tuvo otra mira que,
la Idea altruista y filantrpica
de servir "todos para uno y uno
para todos", me parece que sta
debe ser la base o punto de
partida en las reformas que
proyectan a la Ley 134, refor-
mas que ya se hacan urgen-
tes, ante el marcado y peligro-
so descalabro de nuestros fon-
dos, ya que hemos visto con
profunda pena, que en Panam
no ha habido negocio por os-
curo y doloroso que sea, que no
se haya financiado o querido fi-
! nanclar cn los fondos del Se-
guro Social. Prctica esta que
debe ser y esperamos que el
Frente Patritico suprima de
una vez por todas con mxi-
ma energa.
En segundo lugar y secun-
dando la opinin a este res-
pecto del finado doctor J. D.
Arosemena, las pensiones y Ju-
bilaciones, no deben ser en nin-
gn caso menores de B.50.00. un
milln de razones sirven de a-
poyo a esta humana y Justa
aspiracin, siendo la principal
la de que la jubilacin con una
pensin decorosa a favor del
asegurado que dedica su vida
al servicio del Estado, es la fi-
nalidad y razn de ser del Se-
guro Social.
Y las ridiculas pensiones y
jubilaciones de la actualidad,
son, a no dudarlo, una burla,
tanto ms hirientes si se las
compara con la prodigalidad
con que se han distribuido y
! se distraen inmensas cantidades
de nuestros dineros en menes-
teres que en nada nos bene-
fician y que lo tienen converti-
do en Banco de prstamos de
dudosa seguridad, de atracos,
como los denunciados ltima-1
mente y de operaciones dolosas,
para luego brindarle a un vle-1
jo asegurado una pensin bur- 1
lesea de B. 5.00.
Otro caso que debe ser
contemplado
En las prestaciones por en-
fermedad a los aseguradas con
derecho a ellas, np debe ha-
ber condiciones. Ello es huma-
no. Y no lo es exigir que un
(.segurado enfermo, tenga qu
r suma alguna pant lar
mdica de la vista, la Caja del
Seguro le ponga por condicin
para darle los anteojos pres-
critos por el mdico, que ste
aporte parte del valor de tos,
ya que esta prctica desvirta
completamente la finalidad a-
puntada del Seguro.
Podra apuntar otros aspec-
tos dignos de consideracin, pe-
ro exproeso los dejamos para
cuos asegurados, tales como las
jubilaciones de B. 500.00 y B.
800.00 a los ricos llenos de pro-
piedades.
Chame, agosto 10 de 1951.
Nicols Luis Justiniani,
Asegurado No. 11-1335
MISIN DEL BANCO
INTERNACIONAL,
Sr. Director:
A mediados del mes saldr
de aqu la misin del Banco
compuesta hasta ahora por tres
expertos: uno de nuestro De-
partamento de Prstamos, otro
es un Economista y el tercero
un experto en agricultura. Yo
Ir con ellos para prestarla y
dejarla debidamente instalada.
Llevan nuestros expertos ins-
trucciones de hacer un estudio
de nuestras posibilidades de
progreso y de los problemas del
pas para presentar luego, aqu
en la sede del Banco, recomen-
daciones que ayuden al Go-
bierno a formular un programa
bien equilibrado de fomento,
con nfasis en las prelaciones
de las varias partes del pro-
grama de desarrollo econmi-
co, dentro de cada ono de los
sectores de dicho plan. Para
sto el pas debe prepararse
debidamente, porque de lo con-
trario seguir en la misma si-
tuacin inconveniente y los
conductores del Estado deben
considerarla, a- su vez, como
la ms esencial de sus funcio-
nes, impulsarla y darle toda
clase de facilidades.
yo considero sto como la
ms categrica de nuestras ne-
cesidades, durante toda la tra-
yectoria de nuestra vida inde-
pendiente, porque de aqu ha
de surgir nuestra verdadera
independencia econmica. No
hace falta recordar ni mencio-
nar la difcil condicin en qua
nos encontramos para desta-
car la significacin de esta
hecho, porque no se trata so-
lamente del programa o plan
que se presente, cuando la mi-
sin haya rendido su informe,
sino de su absorcin, de su in-
tegracin en el Estado y dt
su incorporacin a la vida eco-
nmica de Ja Nacin.
Creo qu seria muy conve-
niente iniciar una campaa de
prensa para que la comunidad
entera se d cuenta de los enor-
mes beneficios que se pueden
obtener con nuestra ayuda
tcnica y financiera, pero sto
no podr materializarse mien-
tras no se adquiera un conoci-
miento de los diferentes as-
pectos de nuestra vida econ-
mica. Para contribuir a esta
campaa de prensa, te mando
adjunto un memorndum pre-
parado por mi. de donde pue-
den sacar material para la pu-
blicidad, y esta misma carta,
si la quieres publicar, yo no)
tengo inconveniente alguno.
Atentamente,
Manuel Jos Dies.
PlelOueWw
Ckrtzifc por al fcm
apM ttan*
*lminui
oto* poeoa
m alojen las *' t *
Sobm . la 4f..lwji. iMWMi
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HORIZONTALES:
1Reduce.
7Poner cotos.
1JIsla de formacin coralina.
14Nombre de mujer.
15Repetido, ser querido.
16Suscrito.
18Estado Mayor. Abv.
19_Volcn de las Filipinas, Inv.
21Del verbo dorar.
22Letra castellana.
23Apcope de santo. Inv.
24Tratamiento ingls.
25Terreno sin fabricar.
17Daar el viento solano
alguno cosa.
30Cerebro.
31En el mar, Inv.
32poca.
34Buey sagrado.
37Polvo blanco azucarado.
46Escuela Libre Americana,
Inic.
47Canoa mexicana.
49Letra castellana.
10Otra letra castellana.
1Pusiera tirante o tieso.
54Terminacin verbal.
55Natural de Alemania.
87Mosca grande que pica a
las caballeras.
$4> Como la seda.
0Se atrevieran.
41Ala secundaria de los
aviones.
43Perrillas callejeras.
48Comida nocturna.
51Dueo.
52Dignidad etiope.
53Rey de Hungra.
56Editor, Abv.
58Terminacin verbal.
SOLUCIN DC AVER
liJJ Jil'Jl'Jl 'JL3UJJ
mimuraraan r
*'.iti aaaaara
A'ILIA DA 10 TlrtlO
h In In oUa i, i o rI
birib nnnn-i nnn
Rl'0M4'.ll.'lWr.l riWHIJ
Los Nacionalistas Chinos ganan
fuerza en el frente de Yunann
Por un Corresponsal Especial
(N.A.N.A.)
HONK KONG. Agosto (EPS) '
Las tropas nacionalistas chi-
nas que pelean en el suroeste de
Yunn contra los comunistas co- 1
bran mayor fuerza cada da, In-
forma un oficial nacionalista que
acaba de llegar a esta ciudad
procedente de Yunn, via Blrma-
nla.
"Nuestras tropas all ascienden
ya a casi sesenta mil hombres,"
os dijo el oficial en cuestin en
una entrevista exclusiva. De es-
te total, treinta mil son veteranos
bien armados y experimentados
en la lucha contra los comunis-
tas. Nuestra base de operaciones
est en Chia Wa Shan, un punto
situado en el suroeste de Yunn,
y no en Blrmania, como se ha
dicho.
"Contamos con la ayuda de
muchos chinos residentes en Blr-
mania y con los jefes locales del
sur de Yunn, que controlan unos
ochenta mil nombres y son deci-
didamente antlcomunistas. La
regin en aue peleamos es mon-
taosa y llena de pantanos, lo
cual nos favorece mucho, porque
los comunistas no gustan de esta
clase de terreno.
t, A IB. 0
0 T0 N
wii'ii iMi.n
n
VERTICALES:
1Nombre de mujer.
2Jornadas.
-I8imbolo del boro.
4Extremidad de las aves.
8Personaje bblico.
6Que no causan dolores.
7Parte que sobresale de los
tejados.
8Articulaciones del cuerpo
humano. '
Metal precioso.
10Infusin.
1Capital griega.
12rbol muy abund
Espaa.
17Nombre de mujer.
20Cocino en seco.
32Letra castellana.
24Cloruro de sodio.
26Atreverse.
28Flojo, suelto.
39Que vive con retiro
33Igualdad de nivel.
34Palmas de adorno.
35Mueco, ttere.
36Del verbo izar.
3ft Altares.
19Marchar.
40Lista de pagos.
Se ha comenzado a
construir torre de
iglesia en Bejuco
saiicaez y a<
BEJUCO, agosto 14. (Corres-
ponsal! Se ha dado comien-
zo a la construccin de la to-
rre de la iglesia de ta locali-
dad bajo la hbil direccin ael
maestro de obra, sear rtnl
rBanctoez y dems subalternos,
Uieaus -Jft vez h*n sido cn-
adW por^ExeelehtWmo Mi-
nistro seor Norberto Wavairo.
Ei pueblo se muestra de lo ms
complacido por tal actliiid.
Tengo entendido, que el pueblo
cutero sabr corresponder y. ya
ce comenta con mucha Insisten-
cia, que personas notables
del lugar se estn entrevistando
para llegar a un entendimiento
con el fin de hacerle una imi-
tacin especial a su debido
tiempo, al seor Ministro Nava-
rro, para testimoniarle su 11-s
tita gratitud. _____________
"El aerdromo de Kengma. que
fu usado por la dcimacuarta
fuerza area norteamericana du-
rante la guerra del Pacfico, fu
capturada por los nacionalistas
el 8 de Junio pasado, despus de
haber causado varios centenares
de bajas al enemigo. Tambin le
capturamos una cantidad de ar-
mas."
El mismo oficial Indic aue las
fuerzas nacionalistas de Yunn
! estn bajo el mando del general
Lu Kuo-chuan. quien comand
una divisin de tropas chinas en
Blrmania durante la segunda
guerra mundial. El jefe titular
de todas las fuerzas nacionalis-
tas es el general Ll MI. pero ste
no se encuentra actualmente en
1 Yunn, o por lo menos no estaba
l all en Junio pasado, suponln-
se que haba ido a Formosa a en-
trevistarse con Chian Kal-shek.
Las tropas nacionalistas que
operan en Yunn son restos del
octavo y vlgsimosexto ejrcitos
nacionalistas, que fueron obliga-
dos a refugiarse en Blrmania en
la primavera de 1950, y que a
principios de ese ao tuvieron
que volver a entrar en territorio
chino, al ser atacados por los bir-
manos que Inclusive hicieron uso
de aeroplanos en sus operaciones.
HOY SIGUE A AYER Esta embaladora automtica de heno es una( de las maquinarias
mis modernas en la agricultura y casi siempre es tirada por un moderno tractor. Pero en
esta hacienda, cerca de Nueva Holanda, Pa., cuatro molas proveen los "caballos de fuerza ne-
cesarios para mover la maquinaria. ____^_____
An despus de que se firme I
el Tratado de Paz el Japn
mantendr la reforma agraria .
Perdido
AVISO CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio
de Hacienda y Tesoro recibir propuestas cerradas has-
ta las nueve en punto de la maana del da 17 de los
corrientes por el suministro de COMESTIBLES Y MA-
TERIAL DE ASEO PARA USO DEL HOSPITAL SANTO
TOMAS.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los inte-
resados durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
JOSE AROSEMENA G.
Jefe de Materiales y Compras

Encontrado muerto
agricultor en un
campo de Calobre
Cerca del Casero Escobar, ju-
risdiccin de Calobre, fue en-
contrado el cadver de Iiborio
Tenorio, agricultor de 70 aos
de edad. De acuerdo con tele-
grama del Personero de Calo-
bre. remitido al Procurador Ge-
neral de la Nacin, Licenciado
Vctor A. de Len, el cadver
del agricultor Tenorio fue en-
contrado por varios agricultores
que Dasaban cerca del rio Chi-
co. Segn las declaraciones del
Personero de Calobre, se desco-
nocen las causas de la muerte
del agricultor Tenorio, hablen-
do iniciado la investigacin co-
rrespondiente.
U. S. ROYAL
Evita los brincos en los boches
-clnica, viaja usted muellemente y su automvil
va ms protegido. En realidad la U. S. Royal Air
Ride evita los brincos en los baches
como ninguna otra llanta. .
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PANAMA AUTO S. A.
Aportado 1911, Panamo
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Por RAY FALK '
TOKIO, Agosto (EPS)Ob-
servadores autorizados, tanto
japoneses, como norteamerica-
nos, estn de acuerdo en que
el cambio democrtico ms im-
portante hecho por el general
MacArthur aqui se mantendr
despus de qu.' haya sido fir-
ma el tratado de paz.
Se trata de la reforma agra-
ria. Escasamente hay alguien
que se atreva a alzar la voz en
defensa del viejo sistema, que
hacia del arrendatario un vir-
tual esclavo. Ms de treinta
millones de parcelas individua-
les han sido ya inscritas con-
forme al nuevo mtodo y pasa-
rn muchas dcadas antes de
que surja una nueva clase de
terratenientes en Japn.
Por supuesto, los individuos
que eran propietarios de lati-
fundios siguen quejndose de
que, debido a la moneda "in-
flada" en que fueron pagados,
en realidad el gobierno confis-
c y no compr sus tierras. Y
demandan un reajuste de pre-
cios.
Pero todo ei mundo est de
acuerdo en que la situacin que
exista era injusta. Unas cuan-
tas familias eran las dueas de
prcticamente todas las tierras
laborables de Japn. Y no exis-
te ninguna presin, organiza-
da para despojar de sus terre-
nos a los nuevos propietarios.
MacArthur aboli tambin el
sistema de mayorazgos, que vin-
culaba las propiedades al hijo
mayor, exclusivamente.
Pero las haciendas japonesas
no son suficientemente grandes
para ser divididas entre varios
hermanos, por ejemplo. Y se
ha adoptado un sistema median
te el cual los coherederos fir-
man un documento, permitien-
do que el hermano mayor cul-
tive la tierra comn, siempre
que una parte de los productos
sea distribuida entre sus her-
manos. Asi se evita la divisin
exagerada de las haciendas. En
caso de desempleo, pueden vi-
vir en casa del hermano mayor,
y esto viene a ser una especie
de seguro contra la desocupa-
cin.
Donde ms difcil ha sido lle-
var a cabo la reforma es en lo
referente a la industria pesque-
ra. Los pescadores estn al pie
de la escala econmicca y edu-
cacional aqui. Se ha dictado
una ley para distribuir en nue-
va forma las zonas de pesca.
UN REGALO PARA D.
LA CUCHARA DE SC0TT
De Plstico Duradero
en Colores Hermosos
iCRATIS! Pida el paquete grande de
Emulsin de Scott conteniendo una
cuchara linda. Obtenible en seis
atractivos colono. Y entonces di a
tu familia todo jos das este tnico
alimenticio, rico n vitaminas y pre-
parado cientficamente. Es recomen-
dado por mucho* mdicos. Pronto
I'd. veri a su Camilla mis fuerte y en
mejor talud.
It** EMULSION de SCOTT
Tonteo Alimenticio de Alta Energa
pero los empresarios importan-
tes le oponen una resistencia
que aunque pasiva da bastan-
tes resultados.
Los japoneses estn ahora
pidiendo permiso para aumen-
tar su produccin de camo,
que fu reducida por las auto-
ridades de ocupacin, debido a
que es una fuente potencial de
narcticos. Pero los Japoneses
insisted en que es un produc-
to indispensable para s Indus-
tria.
Una seccin del gobierno ja-
pons que se opone fuertemen-
te al retiro de las tropas de
ocupacin es el ministerio de
salubridad. Esta dependencia
est revisando las leyes mdi-
cas, con la cooperacin de los
norteamericanos. Se espera que
sus medidas prolonguen la vida
media de los japoneses de 48 a
58 aas, los hombres, y de 49
a 61 aos, las mujeres En el se-
no del gabinete Yoshida hay un
movimiento para derogar la ley
que cre este ministerio y ha-
cer que parte de sus funciones
sean absorbidas por el de tra-
baje. Los mlnist/M japoneses
trlrtan. en sto, de seguir, r\
ejemplo de los laboristas brit-
nicos. Pero los expertos norte-
americanos afirman que Japn
no puede soar con poner en
prctica la teora utpica de los
socialistas britnicos.
Los educadores y polticos
dicen que el sistema educacio-
nal implantado por los norte-
americano'' es bsicamente bue-
no, pero que Japn no puede
sostenerlo por su alto costo.
Pero se tiene la confianza de
que ser mantenido. Es bas-
tante probable que al firmarse
el tratado de paz se intro-
duzcan nuevas reformas en el
sistema educacional, para a-
daptarlo a las necesidades y a
las posibilidades del pas.
e "El Aviso Oporfp""'
Ricardo Almengor, de 10 aos
de edad y residente en Calle IB
Este bis, No. 31, cuarto 40, per-
dido desde el jueves 9 de julio.
El Joven Almengor sali de
su casa el da jueves vestido
con pantaln corto color azul
de cuadros y sweater blanco con
' rayas azules.
Cualquier persona que sepa
de su paradero puede llamar al
telfono de la Polica Secreta
o dirigirse a sus padres en la
direccin antes Indicada.
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Lamenta la muerte
de R. Alvarado G.
la Soc. Chiricana
La Sociedad Cvica de
Chiricanos
CONSIDERANDO:
lo- Que hoy ha dejado de
existir en esta ciudad el socio
Rodrigo Alvarado O.
2o. Que el malogrado Al-
varado G. fu un miembro ac-
tivo de esta Sociedad en donde
supo captarse la simpata de
todos los comprovincianos,
RESUELVE:
Manifestar por medio de O
la resolucin la pena que le
causa tan sensible prdida y
hacerle llegar a sus deudos
nuestros sentimientos de con-
dolencia.
VIDRIOS ESPECIALES Esta ventana ha sido diseada es-
pecialmente para ataques atmicos. Loa cristales de la mis-
ma estn cortados ea cuatro secciones, las cua.es ceden au-
tomat tramen te en caso de una explosin, evitando'asi que
los vidrios vuelen en pedazos y ocasionen heridas a los
residentes de la casa.
Canyac en El Roble
AGUADULCE, Agosto 14. (Co-
rivsponsali En la poblador,
de El Roble jurisdiccin de A-
guadulce, fu localizado por el
acucioso teniente Macas un fu-
r.dero de Canyac. Los compil-
ados estn a rdenes del Per-
sonero Municipal para la apli-
cacin de la sancin
diente-
correspon-

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ms limpios y sanos
... y es porque Ipana limpia
mucho, mucho mejor! Descubre a
sus dientes todo su esplendor... ayuda
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fresca! Una sola prueba convence y
entusiasma. Comience hoy a usar
Pasta Dental Ipana y luzca siempre
"la sonrisa de lt belleza".
Recuerde: hbpn-
vencin sis) lase tnriea mn-
tun elre dentifrice ha
pndide ssteba l.r mi
Seiearto que Ipana.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
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P^t
FrouW BnsfiMyn
('uando lienta incomo-
didad, dolor de cabeza, o
nausea despus de haber comido
con exceso, tome inmediatamente Alka-Seltzer. Una"
o dos tabletas en un vaso de agua. Tras la efer-
vescencia, beba la refrescante y agradable solucin.
Para mayor alivio, reptalo cuantas veces lo crea
necesario.
Alka-Seltzer es de doble accin. Por ser alcalino
neutraliza el exceso de acidez gstrica. Por sen
analgsico alivia el dolor de cabeza.
Alka-Seltzer no es laxante, se puede tomar a cual-
quier hora. Tenga siempre a mano Alka-Seltzer.
Alka-Seltzer lo toman a diarlo millones di personas. Tmalo Ud. tambin.
Alka-Seltzer
MIUS lABORATORItS INC. UKHART. IND., l.U.A.
Oes" el aobtwlto 4
una ultlri
labal diliU ui>ieus
El Antisptico L1STER1NE llena tantas
necesidades en el hogar que con toda razn
se le puede llamar el "Mdico Casero".
CORTADURAS, OUIMAOUIAS Y
IASOUOS ... El Antisptico .
i htbiinb a an ealioeo Mente
desinfectante T swmiud.
RIS'RIADOS V DOlOtlt DI OAR-
OAJsTA El Antisptico liufbinb
< iitib.fr '* bacterias destt uctivi,...
alivia lis irritaciones de It auca"
ptovenieatet de reafriadoa.
PICADURAS DI INSICTOI. It-
C020 Y LIOIRAS IRRIIACIONH
DI LA lili...El Antisptico I I1TB-
aiNB. met confortante y lurativo. 4a
un alivio sasaravloeoacta ripies
RARA SU AinjNTO ... U practica
habitual de hacer grgara, con al
Antisptico LISTRRIM le oetun vf,
L'd. un aliento puro y f resto., .con-' i
ttarreata el detearedable olor ea la ]
boca debido a la ferniewacion to I
residuo, al menucios. |
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M'"~t?S. AQ.OSTO 14, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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acci
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en lodos los muebles
de caoba fabricados
por obreros panameos.
SUSCRBASE
A NUESTRO CLUB
mueblera
J^TcENTRALrCAUE 21 E.-1 *>TELS^ |:1830
don Eloy Snchez y seora do-
a Maria de Lourdes de San-
chez, con una champaada que
tendr lugar a las 6:00 p.m. en
la sede de la Embajada.
Comida
S. I. el Embajador de Pana-
m en los Estados Unidos, seor
don Roberto M- Heurtematte, la
seora doa Elisa Maria E. de
Heurtematte, el Comandante del
18o. Distrito Naval, Contraalmi-
rante Albert M. Bledsoe y seo-
ril Florence de Bledsoe, fueron
agasajados por el Secretarlo E-
jecutlvo del canal de Panam,
seor Eugene C. Lombard y se-
ora doa Alice de Lombaid el
domingo en la noche con una
cernida servid en el Hotel El
Panam,
T
En honor de la seorita 31xta
Caries quien contraer matri-
monio el prximo sbado con el
caballero Erain Mir Guarna,
las seoras Rosarlo Arias de
Oalindo, Marina P. de Mndez
Guardia, Hilda Plza de Arlas y
Querube Solis de Arlas, ofrecie-
ron esta tarde un t en la resi-
dencia de la seora Querube 8o-
3 de Arlas. A este agasajo a-
sisti un pequeo grupo de 3us
amistades.
T y Juego de Cartas
La seora doa Evangclin*
B. de Morales, quien sigue pr-
ximamente para el exterior, fu
agasajada ayer por un grupo de
sus amistades con un t y Jue-
go de cartas en el Club Union-
Paseo Campestre
Para agasajar a un numero-
so grupo de sus amistades y con
motivo de inaugurar su nueva
residencia campestre en Cerro
Azul, el seor Anselmo Castro
y seora Dorlta Strunz de Cas-
tro, ofrecieron el domingo tn
aimuerzo en ese simptico lugar.
Fiesta Infantil
En Ingeniero Demstenes Ver-
gara y su seora Mara Alejan-
dra Roaania de Vergara ofre-
cieron en dias pasados una a-
nlmada fiesta infantil en su re-
sidencia para agasajar a sus
nios Demstenes Jr. y Astrid
Haydee con motivo de celeorr
sus cumpleaos.
Para Sur Amrica ^^
Muy feliz viaje le deseamos a
la seora Isabel Robles de A-
lemn, esposa de S. E. el Em-
bajador de Panam en Ecua-
dor. seor Alberto Alemn,
quien sigui a Quito, lugar de
su residencia, despus de haber
pagado varios dias en la cap-
tal visitando a Sus familia, es.
De Costa Rica
Orata estada le deseamos a
S. E. el Ministro de Obras Ki-
blicas de Costa Rica. Ingeniero
Gonzalo Jimnez, quien se en-
cuentra en la capital hospeda-
do en el Hotel El Panam-
Para los Estados Unidos
Despedimos al seor Robert
3. Boyd, quien sigui para los
Estados Unidos en viaje de ne-
gocios.
Enfermos
Sufre quebrantos de salud en
el Hospital Panam la nia Me-
ly de la Guardia Alemn. OJc'.A
mejore pronto son nuestros
deseos.
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos a la seora Rosa A. de
Forras, quien desde hace varios
dias guarda cama en su resi-
dencia.

I MfttMIb 1||.T,|(
Restablecida
Abandon la Clnica San Fer-
nando en donde estuvo recluida
varios dias la seora Julieta P.
de Chandeck. Nos alegramos
Abandon el Hospital
Acompaada de su recin na-
cida abandon la .Clnica San
Fernando la seora Ivonne E-
cker de Lemm. Una vea mas la
felicitamos.
Advenimiento
Est de plcemes el hogar del
seor Jaime Alfaro y seora E-
mllia de Alfaro con la llegtda
de su primognito ayer en la
Clnica San Fernando. Nuestras
felicitaciones para los dichosas
padres.
Del Club interamericano de
Mujeres
El Comit de Hospitalidad del
Club Interamerlcano de Mujtres
tendr maana mircoles a ls
10:00 a.m. una reunin en el
ATENCIN!
La MODA AMERICANA st complaco an avisar a au numerosa clientela,
que ha recibido un aurtido.enorroo de
MAMELUCOS
en lindsimos
colores
SHORTS
para
nias
PANTALONES
largos y PEDAL PU8HER
d diablo fuerte
PANTIES CAMISAS POLO
de nylon de nia de nlftaa
Para Seoras: Un Surtido en SANDALIAS desde 131
y un extenso y variado surtido en CALZADO.
LA MODA AMERICANA
AVENIDA CENTRAL 102 PANAMA
Ser Graciela A. de Moreno la
REINA DE LAS CASADAS*??
Todos, todos el jueves al Club
Union Gran Festival a Bene-
ficio del Orfelinato de Ma-
lambo.
Premio de Entrada: "Una. se-
mana de vacaciones para dos en
el Paraso la Restinga en Ta-
bora!
Ayayayay! el diabUto Tun
Tun est hoy que baila de con-
tento porque ya se aeerea el
gran dia Jueves, da en el cual
todos los panameos formarn
una gran tambor de la alegra
en el Club Unin!
Ayayayayay! y el diabio Tun
Tun sabe que Marcela Daz de
Vallarino cuenta con muchsi-
mos simpatizadores y lo mismo
Graciela A. de Moreno. Y el dia-
blito Tun Tun sabe que hay un
grupo de entusiastas que dice,
y con mucha razn, que La Rei-
na de las Casadas tiene que ser
ana del grupo de las abuelas y
que para ellos su eandidata et
... una abuela muy linda que
se llama...A... (los puntos lo
dicen muy claro, dice el dla-
blito Tun Tun) Ayayayay; cmo
se divierte el diablito Tun Tun
y eso a pesar de que hoy est
muy sentido eon los Miuras por-
que no lo incluyeron entre su
lista de "Comisarios''. Pero, co-
mo el diabUto Tun Tun, sabe que
sin l no hay fiesta, sabe que
en ios decretos que muy, pron-
to dar a publicacin S. M- Ma-
ntea I, hay uno dictado por su
corazn y muy especial para el
diablito Tun Tun!
Ayayayayay! y el diablito Tun
Tun jug el (12) ochenta y dos
veces y tiene muchsima plata
para adquirir, pero muchisliiios
boletos de entrada al Reinado
de las Casadaa y asi sabe que
es un fijo para ganarse el mag-
nfico premio que ha obsequia-
do la Comisin de Turismo,
premio que ae rifar por medio
de la numeracin de los tique-
tes de entrada: "Vacaciones pa-
ra dos en el Paraso La Restin-
ga en Tabora".
Todo, todo gratis, hasta el
diablito Tun Tan.
v con ese boleto se puede ele-
gir a la Reina. Y el Principe
Consorte recibir cmo obsequio
una caja de whiskey par que
festeje el acontecimiento.
Ayayayayay I Cmo, pero c-
mo goza el diablito Tun Tan!
Conceder Suecia
asilo politico a
marinos polacos
ESTOCOLMO, Agosto 14 (UP)
Suecia anunci que concede-
r asilo poltico a los 12 mari-
neros Polacos que se amotina-
ron apoderndose de un barre-
minas hace once das, condu-
cindolo a puerto sueco.
El Ministerio de Relaciones
Exteriores de Suecia rechaz el
sbado la demanda de la Lega-
cin de Polonia de que se men-
tidos de Thais de Mara O. de
Obaldia.
3Nmero de Acorden por
Luis Gilberto Batista.
4Conjunto Perspectvico por
alumnos de la Escuela de Ar-
quitectura de la Universidad
de Panam.
5Canto por Jo'.in Mosley.
6Nmeros de Malabarismos
por alumnos de la Escuela de
Arquitectura de la Universidad
de Panam.
7Cantos populares por la
seora Olga Zubleta de Oller.
8Baile Apache per alumnos
de la Escuela de Arquitectura
de la Universidad de Panam.
8Alrededor del Mundo. Bai-
les por alumnos de la Escuela
de Gladys de Hertematte.
No deje de asistir, que ade-
ms de disfrutar de este varia-
do y escogido programa, contri-
buir a una obra humanitaria.
tuviera' a los 12 marineros de-
tenidos mientras se negociaba
su extradicin.
74 Gobierno de Suecia anunr
ci hoy que se le ha concedtoo
tillo poltico a los 12 marineo*.
Los amotinados dijeron a las
autoridades suecas que llcs en-
cerraron a los oficiales en loa
camarotes detajo de cublcrt
en el barreminas. Los otros
miembros de la tripulacin no
participaron en el motn pera
no trataron de Impedir que el
barreminas fuera conducido *
aguas de Suecia-
Actualidad Argentina
local del Club para darle la
bienvenida a las nuevaa aocias.
Del Comit Pro-Retiro de
Matas Hernndez
Hoy martes 14 de Agosto a las
.00 p.m. tendr lugar en el
Teatro Bella Vista la Gran Ve-
lada organizada por el Comit
Pro-Retiro de Matas Hernn-
dez del Club Interamerlcano de
Mujeres. Adems del programa
que a continuacin detallamos,
sera presentada la pelcula
"Travesuras de una Bella", con
Walter Pldgeon. Greer Oarsnn
y Elizabeth Taylor, por corte-
sa de la Metro Goldwyn Mayer.
El precio del boleto es de B.1.00
y d derecho a dos premios de
entrada, un radio, obsequio de
la Casa Innovacin y Antonio,
y un juego para desayuno, ob-
sequio del Bazar Francs.
Programa
1ler. movimiento de la So-
nata Potica de Beethoven.
Martarita Dzeval Tauskas, alum
na del Profesor Cardona.
2Declamacin por la seftorl-
ta Mara Jllma de Obaldia. Ves-
SEORA,
< >
i
LEA ESTA PAGINA
EL JUEVES-

TENEMOS BUENAS
NOTICIAS PARA USTED!


EL BAZAR FRANCES
JUAN PALOMERAS
Coln
La Creacin
Ha recibido hoy
Nuevo surtido de Brassieres
MAIDEN FORM
n todoa los estilos
a 1.50 -1.75 50
y 2.75
NUEVOS VESTIDOS
n aeda y on algodn
tallas 9 al 20
desde 6.95
BATAS LARGAS para entre casa
en lechuguilla
Tallas 38 al 44
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Celebran en esta fecha 12
anos de casados el seor Ral
Garca de Paredes y seora Be-
bel icaza de Garca de Paredes
Nuestras sinceres felicitaciones.
Cambio do Residencia
El seor Miguel Arbalza y
seora Lucrecia Romero de Ar-
balza han trasladado su resi-
dencia a la Calle C No. 7 en El
Cangrejo, en donde se ponen a
las rdenes de sus amistades.
Del C. I. M.
El Comit de Educacin del
Club Interamerlcano de Muje-
res, recuerda a sus socias que
maana mircoles durante las
horas de la maana, se darn
las clases de Cocina a cargo de
la seora Ursula de Ventura.
Para mayores informes se pue-
de llamar a los telfonos del
Club, Panam 2-0518, Balboa
3485, a la Presidenta del Co-
mit de Educacin, 8ra. Abble
de Linares, al telfono 3-0443.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Cecilia de la G. de F-
brega.
Sra, Constancia Muller de
Quelquejeu.
Sra. Vllma Eskildsen de Arias
arta. Rita Preciado.
YnanaP d* l0" Ca"rM y d*
Sr. usebio A. Gonzlez.
Sr, Luis Rulz Vernacci
Joven Esteban Castillo Jr,
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Aura Amlnta Dutarl de
Bermudez.
Sra. Eyda Navarro de Orillac
Sra, Ivonne Novey de Bennett
Srta. Berta Acevedo.
arta. Malvina Oalindo.
Dr. Arnulfo Arlas M.
Sr. Alberto Alemn.
Nia Lorenclta Aguilar.
Nio Mario Aguilar
Fiesta infantil
El da de ayer fue agasajada
E>r sus cariosos padres don
nrlque Davis y seora Berta
de Davis, la graciosa niita
Elvira O. Davis, con motivo de
agregar un ao ms a su ino-
cente existencia. Muchos aos
de vida deseamos a Elvira.
o a
EL PUEBLO, SALVADOR DE SU PROPIO DESTINO
Palabras de profunda signl- de la produccin Juega un na-
ficacion pronunci el Jefe del pel absoluto. "La riqueza" se-
Estado durante el acto de nal el primer magistrado, la
clausura del Segundo Congrc- h*ce el pueblo con su trabajo,
so Nacional de la Federacin con su produccin. Ele el mon-
Obrera Argentina de la Indus- ton que se va orman j con lo
tria Hotelera. Al referirse a los que el pueblo hace t..i su tra-
deberes de los dirigentes afir- bajo, produciendo. Lo que el
mo que "el salvador del pueblo gobierno puede hacer es que
ser el pueblo y los salvadores nadie meta la mano en el
de la clase trabajadora sern montn antes de tiempo, y que
los trabajadores". Una extra- ese mont i se distribuya Jua-
ordinarla verdad democrtica, tlcleramente" La ocupacin
econmica y social encierra la plena de toda mano de obra
sentencia, cuyo valor se acre- prteba con suficiencia el xl-
cienta en los labios del hombre lo logrado por el gobierno en
a quien tanto el pue'ilo como dicho aspecto,
las masas laboriosas que lo Superar con mtodos per-
consiituyen han consagrado fecclonados la organizacin
como su conductor. Pero es del pueblo constituye ahora el
probEble que el Presidente, sin objetivo esencial, -porque un
olvidar su papel histrico en pueblo organizado puede hacer
ms de un lustro de nuestra frente a cualquier cosa"; des-
vida poltica e institucional, organizado, en cambio, "no
haya sobrepasado su propia puede porque le falta unidad
realidad individual para vol- de accin",
ver a la fueqte misma de su El Estado apoya toda orga- '
mandato, el pueblo, llamando- nlzacin sindical y "1951 es el
lo, una vez ms y a Igual que ao de la organizacin justl-'.
ayer, a la actividad vigilante cialista en el pals". Tales son
de su conciencia, gracias a la los puntos centrales del dls-
cual pudo sacudir ya las cade- curso pronunciado en el acto
as que lo opriman. de clausura del congreso obre-
El libre ejercicio del derecho ro de la industria hotelera por
ciudadano de elegir a sus go- el jefe del Estado, siendo de
bernantes. Ja independencia sealar que el mismo abre al
econmica del pas, la dlgnifi- pueblo, una vez ms y con la
cacin de los trabajadores, misma claridad he hace un
configuran tres conquistas lustro, la oportunidad de a-
fundamentales debidas al preciar las histricas y consl-
trascendental acierto con que derables conquistas obtenidas
el pueblo supo darse a sus por su lucidez en el acto de
actuales autoridades. Pero si elegir libremente a sus gober-
en tales materias el pueblo nantes, porque se hizo salva-
mismo resulta el ejecutor de dor de s mismo, de su esfuer-
su destino de acuerdo con su zo y del destino soberano de
vision de elector, en el campo su patria.
D.l diario "BL MUNDO" et Bumtt Alrte.

PURO HILO
Inarrugable
PARA VESTIDOS
EN 17 COLORES
B/. 1.45 yarda
CASA FNIX
EL ALMACN DE HILO
Avt. Cantral No. 155
Tol. 22490
SEGUNDO PISO
A
estamos desempacando
Cortinas de Marquiset en colores___ 19.54
Cortinas de plstico pata cocinas___ 3.95
Cortinas de plstico para cuarto de
nios ............................. 3.95
Sobrecamas de plstico.........7.50 y 8.95
Sbanas de color.................... 4.95
Lmparas para recmaras........... 7.9S
Lmparas chinas para salas.......... 12.75
Pantallas estilo chino................ .25
Lmparas para jugar bridge......... 11.95
Lmparas de pie cromadas........... 35.09
Neveras porttiles de metal inoxi-
dable .......................... 17.95
Estufas de carbn para barbacoas 17.59
Utensilios para barbacoasset de 3 1.75
Zapateras de metal de X pisos.... 4.75
Tinacos de metal grandes........ 1.50
B/. 6.95
PIJAMAS de SEDA FRA
32 a 40
B/.445
CAMISONES Jersey marca MOJUD
B/.4.50
PANTIES KAYSER
tallas 4 a 7
B/.0.95
La Creacin
Ave. Central 67
ARTCULOS DE CALIDAD A PRECIOS RAZONABLES
Herramientas para jardn en general.
Tijeras para podar.................. {.ft
Pautas para transplantar............ 1.35
Rastrillos muy fuertes............... 3.59
Escobas de metal para barrer csped 2.75
COMPRE AHORA
SEGUNDO PISO 5' AVENIDA
Lleg la Hora de Aprovecharse!-
VESTIDITOSDESEDA
PARA NIAS
LOO
del 1 al 3desde. .
dol3ale>deada... 2.95
VESTIDOS DE SACO Y PANTALN
.... 4.95
PARA NIflOS
del 4 al 14....
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Apartamentos
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dependientes en parte cntrico. 0-
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El ui'Tit Secretario Tercero Oel Circuito de Panti. en mn*
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ae ha fijado el da veinliirtt de axoste
venidero, para Que entre la* hora lera-
le. tensa lugar el segundo rtmni >'
loa eiiiiientei bienes, prupiedad del de-
mandado:
Un (11 carro aiTomvil marra
"Pontiar' modelo 103!\ coa
placa 2631. con motor K-Sb.-
89. avaluado por loa peritoa en
trescientos balboaa...... H.300.00
t)nai (1) planta electric* marca
"White Engine Work'. Jp-
tinguida con el nmero alSS-9
KVA 3. de S Kilowata. de am-
perio 26-13-60 rielo*, d* lid
130 voltioa de 1800 revolucio-
ne a por minuto, tipo N-SV, de
1. H.P.. con tanque de alimen-
tacin de combustihle, con ta-
blero elctrico y polea tipo B,
Diesel, avaluada por loa peritoa
en la auma de .tresdento bal-
boaa.............B.300.0'
Total. . B.COO.00
Servir de baa pn al remute de lu-
aleen titsdos el valor aignadn por lor
peritoa. y aera oferta admiaihle la qu
cubra la mitad del avalo de la biene*
advirtievdoae que al no ae presentaren
postor en esa fecha, ae har el remate
al dus aiguienle v ae admitir cualquier
o* tura.
Se admiten ofertas v * las itr<
de la tarde, y de esa hora en adelanta-
se oirn la pujas j repujas out ae hi-
cieren haaia que aea rrrrarla la tribe, a. t
en la adjudicacin provieinnal al mi-
jo- po-itor.
Para h,f biliiarie coma postor, st re-
ciere consignar previamente en el Tri-
bunal el 6% del valor por loa Peritoa a
loa benei en remate
Panam, agoato dos de mil novecien-
tos cincuenta y upo.
(Fa) Jasa C. Pinilla.
El Setretano.
Be fiel copia
SE ALQUILAN:Dos locles propios
poro oficinas. cerca de aduano
nacional. Avenido B, No. 85, altos.
Precios moderados.
SE ALQUILA: Locales comerciles
de diferentes tomnos, lugar co-
mercial. Calle 26 Este y Avenida
Cuba. Ocurra C. Diar mismo edi-
f.fto, App.,13.___________^^_
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles
o sin ellos, uno o dos hombres.so-
los, cali e6a # 19. altos.
SE NECESITA
General
Tenedor de Libros con experiencia
en Controles Cardex, etc. desea
trabaiar. Tel. 3197, Clayton.
Seera responsable con experiencia,
habla ingls v espaol, desea tra-
baiar como Gerente. Escribir opar-
todo 1833.
SE ALQUILA:Cuartos a personas
de buenas costumbres. Colle 5o.
No, 36 oltos.
SE ALQUILANCucrtos en Rio A-
bajo, calle 8a. # 2817. Informes
calle B # 24. primer alto. Eu-
logio Vela. 2 o 7 p. m.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado
pora uno o dos caballeros de bue-
nos costumbres. Fresco y colin-
da vista al mor. Telfono 2-5070.
ACABAN DE LLEGAR!
ESTUFAS PERFECTION
CARTON
PARA CIELORASOS
"Simpson Board"
4'kkV B 1.92 hoja
4x10" 2.40 "
4,xl2" 2.88 "
EL GUILA
Calle "M" Final
Tel. 2-2121
SE NECESITA:Operono u operario
de belleza, debe ser competente
y con experiencia, de lo contra-
rio no se present. Saln de Be-
lleza Filo, calle J # 4.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero chino que
sepa ingls y costellono, contma
Panam Canal, calle "i" jk 13,
Panam.
SE NECESITA:Case de dos pisos
o casa grande con vecindad agra-
dable. Llame 5197 o 3140
SE'NECESITA:Seora retponsable
para oficio general de casa, cuidar
nia. Calle la. No. 11, Vista
Hermoso, apartamento 3.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que sepa
cocinar, goce de buena salud. Ca-
lle Jos de Son Martin I50J No.
10._____________________________
SE NECESITA:Mujer paro lavor y
planchar. Informes calle la. Pere-
jil # 18. altos.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera, no tiene
que ir al mercado.. ni disponer
comida, debe dormir en el traba-
jo. Avenido Ecuador # 26.
SE NECESITAEmpleodo para ofi-
cios domsticos. Debe tener refe-
rencias y dormir en la cosa. I 12
Via Espaa
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ofi-
cio domstico. Familia pequea.
Solicite Apartamento de Calzado.
Bazar Francs.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo poro ofi-
cios domsticos con buenas refe-
rencias y de buen presencia. O-
curra Colle Estudiante # 140
(ptica Fibrega) de 12.30 a 2.00
p. m. o de 4.00 a 5.00 p. m.
SE NECESITA: Empleada paro
atender ventas do po) y dulces.
Debe taer buena presencia, ha-1
bllidad de vendedora y referen-
cias. Mercado Modelo eolio 29
Este y Avenida Justo Arosemena.
No llame por telfono ni se pre-
sente sin llenar los requisitos por-
n.it perder su tiempo.
SE NECESITA:Un buen retocador
Foto Bennett, 181, Avenida Cen-
tral. Panam.
SE NECESITA: Costureros poro
pantalones y guayoberos, con ex-
periencia pora industria nacional.
Presentarse a la Sastrera "Derby".
en Calle I # 5, frente ol Teatro
Tropical.
Persona seria, ex-adrmnistrador plan-
taciones United Fruit Co., ex-Ge-
rente proyectos Instituto de Asun-
tos Interamericanos, desea tabajar.
magnificas referencias. Telfono
3197, Clayton.
.
IIo> icibi de llegar un pequeo tmbar-
Ojue da atufa a karosin marca PER.
FICTION", de doa y tras fogones Las
entregamos on Club de Entrega al Subs-
cribirlo. Tambin siempre tenemos par-
ta do repuesto, tales como micas, que-
anadoraa. mechas, chimeneas, cuellos, ete.
Mueblera CASA SPARTON
Central 223, Calidetilo
Piensa construir o
reparar su casa!
Nosotros le facilita-
remos lo* mejores
Materiales de
Construccin,
Pinturas de
SH ERW IN
W ILLl AMS
y todo lo que Ud.
necesite para su
obra.
Are Norte 83 Tel. 2-06U
Calle Martin Sosa #3
Tel. 3-1424
SE NECESITA:Seora que necesite
atencin duronte las cinco noches
de la semana y los sbado1, y do-
mingos todo al dio y lo noche, o
paro nio recien nacido. Llame
Tel. 3-1061. Para referencias pre-
gunte por Da. Ortensia Vda. de
Huertos.
/>vf*A lnfl'*ia|
EXTRACTO DE UNA ESCRITURA
Jas Domingo Sata
Notario Pofclteo Segundo del Cimillo de
Panam, ron Cdula de Identificacin
Prr.nnal Nmero 47-207.
CERTIFICA
Que por medio de la Escritura Pblica
No. 104*. otorgada en la Notara a su
cargo. lo seorea GUILLERMO KAM
WONG Y ALFRKDO MICHArX Mt)S-
CHKTT. han constituido la Sociedad Co-
lectiva de Comercio Limitada, denomi-
nada "Kim y Muerhett. Compaa Li-
mitada', ron domicilio en la Ciudad de
Coln, pero podr establecer agencias,
aucursalea o representaciones en cual-
quier parte de la Repblica.
Que el capital social ea de MIL BAL-
BOAS (B.1.000.001 anortado por el so-
cio Guillermo Kara Wong, quien aera el
socio capitalista y Alfredo Miceoel
Musrhett. el ocio Industrial con dere-
cho a aer socio capitalista si dentro
del plato de orno meses, rontsdos des-
de esta fecha, llegare a cubrir el cin-
cuenta por ciento <) del capitel
social
Que" la sociedad a dedicar al negoetn
de represantaelonea de rasa, comereialet.
nacionales y extranjeras, agentes <1 Se-
guro, a la importacin y exportacin de
mercaderas, a lo eompi-a y venta da
bienes races, a toda close de comisio-
ne- y a la explotaelAe de todo negocio
licito.
Que la administran-Ion de la Sociedad
estar a argo do saltos socios eooju-
mente qulenea tendrn t, uso de la
firma ancla!.
Que el trmino le duracin de la So-
ciedad acr* de claco ano, prorroga-
bles a voluntad I loa partes contra-
tantes que forman la sociedad, trmino
que eomenxar* a contarse de la lascein-
il.'.n d- la Sociedad en el Registro P-
blico. / .
Expedido en la rlndad de Panama,
a los trece (11) dies del mes de Agosto
de mil novecientos cincuenta y uno
(1*"U. Entre lineas. El (socio Industrial.
Vale".
Jes' Daaaiage Sota
Notarlo Pblico Segundo
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Mesa comedor caoba,
mquina Singer, estante, peinadora,
nevera, excelente condicin, po-
dr verse en Colle II No. 21.
Parque Lefevre.
SE VENDE: Por motivo de vioje.
juego de recmara, en excelentes
condiciones $200.00; estant pa-
ra libros $40.00; escritorio chi-
no SI00.00. Llame telfono 3-
1973 de 9 a. m. o 5 p. m.
SE VENDE:Masa de caoba, canap
grande, mesa para t. alacena, me-
sas esquineros de caoba. Mona
manzo. Artculos varios. Tambin
juego de comedor, B.25.00. Calle
de uno via hacio Quorry Heights,
* 150. Tel. 2820 Balboa.
SE VENDE:Calentador paro agua,
automtico, de gas, 20 galones,
buenas condiciones, B.60.00; lue-
go recmara caoba slida; mesa de
extensin; buffet; vitrino; 6 sillas
tapizadas en cuero, excelentes con-
diciones B.250.00, juego recamara
caobo, slida, coma doble con re-
sortes Simmons y colchn Beauty-
rest, chiffoiobe. peinadoro, bon-
quito pora peinadora, masito noche,
silla, buenas condiciones B. 175.00.
Llame 2-2761 durante horas ofi-
cina. 3-3398 despus 7 p. m.
SE COMPRA
Presupuestos de
pnrnrnA
'ICTOR PEJIN
Cosa Mlla Ave. Central
Cuarta II Tel. 2-2*72
SE COMPRA:Un camin de estoco!
ale los tonelodoi alai Re 1946 a
1947 qua est an buenos condi-
ciones, preferible marca Ford.
Liorna al telfono 2-2040 da 8
a 1.
SE VENDE
Automviles
Hemos rebajada drsticamente nues-
tros precies en todos la carro
usados. Venta y mralas. Agencias
Nesb.
SE VENDE:Carro Codilloc 48 en
perfectas condiciones, l!ow>e te-
lfono 3-2184 2-1075.
SE VENDESedan de 4 puertos,
puede adptars< tambin poro
taxi B.325.00 con focilidodes de
pag-o. Verlo en Avenido Central
# I. en lo.tordo do 2:30 o 5
p. m.
SE VENDEN CAMIONES: 1 GMC
5 toneladas, modelo 1947, exca-
lentes condiciones; 1 GMC .2 1-2
toneladas, tipo ormado. 10 rue-
das, modele 1942; 1 Internacio-
nal. 2 1-2 toneledos modalo 1947
chossls largo; I Internacional 2
1-2 tonalodos. modelo 1947 chas-
sis corto I Mock, 5 tonelodas.
modelo 1947. excelentes condicio-
na. Solicitor informes llamando
al telefono 2-0611*
GUIA
COMERqiAL
Mantenemos una venta de
ganga de artculos sobre exis-
tencia donde las MEJORES
PINTURAS se venden a los
ms bajos precios.
Por qu no ahorrar dinero
comorando lo mejor?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 279.
Tel. 3-0140.
CAL EN SACOS DE 50
lbs.
CAJAS FUERTES DE
PARED Y PARADAS.
CEMENTO BLANCO.
CERRADURAS, CIERRA-
PUERTAS Y. CANDADOS
RICARDO A. MIRO,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
"Vendemos barato
para vender ms"
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
M KSI ROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Call* 1 Elle No. 4 Tel. 2-26M
Felpa Mineralizada
Roja y Verde
Felpa Negra
de 15 y 30 lbs.
Clavos de Zinc
Balanzas 'Detecto'
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. *8
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
Inmediata
Reparaciones
eenerales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E. #23
Tel 3-1713
Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con 60 velas de fuerza de luz blanca
moderna.* Permanece encendida 50
hora* por 1 caln de kerosene. Toma
M% de AIRE y solamente %% d
KEROSENE. Completamente secura
no explota ni necesita generador ni
bomba. No produce humo ni malo*
olore* En tan endita que un nlflo
puede prenderla. Nunca vi*ta en Pa-
nama a Precio tan Balo
por SIO...B/.9.95
Tencmoa lodos lo. Repunto*'.
Do Venta n toda* la* r'miu I r.KlAS
v MUEBLERAS.
Olitrlouldorea:
W0NG CHANO, S..A.
Colon Calla t y Va. Balboa
Tcl 303.
ronai. Ave. Central H
Tel. 2-2US7
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Yo. SERGIO SILVESTRE
WONG, de conformidad con
lo que establece el articuld se-
tecientos setenta y siete (777)
del Cdigo de Comercio avi-
so al pblico que por medio
de la Escritura Publica n-
mero MIL TRESCIENTOS SE-
TENTA Y CINCO (1375'. de
Agosto diez (101 de mil nove-
cientos cincuenta y uno
119511. de la Notara Prime-
ra, he comprado a la Sra.
VICTORIA LUCIA WONG de
CUAN la mitad (Vi) del esta-
blecimiento comercial de Aba-
rrotara denominado COMI-
SARIATO LA PALMA, el cual
opera en el nmero veinti-
siete (271 de la Caire Central.
en la poblacin de LA PAL-
MA, Provincia del DARIEN.
Sercia Silvestre Wong.
Cuatro oficiales
aoe de edad, y ex-Presldente
de la Corte de Apelaciones de
Bucarest; Hosanga Hosoanga,
de 43 aos, ex-Coronel del E-
jrcito y George Pollzu Mlchu-
nesti, de 50 aos de edad, pro-
minente consejero civil.

Trujillo
Thomen, se expresa que la Re-
pblica Dominicana ha redimi-
do por completo las obligaciones
en que Incurri en 1922 y 1926.
An cuando estas deudas fue-
ron pagadas en 1947, el doctor
Thomen explic despus de la
ccremonlo en el Departamento
de Estado que la accin formal
es "el resultado de la verifica-
cin por ambos Gobiernos del
hecho de que la Repblica Do-
minicana cumpli plenamente
sus obligaciones".
Federico Plummer
dar exhibicin el
jueves en la Amal.
una exhibicin en el Gimnasio
Nacional el campen Federico
Plummer, aportando as su co-
laboracin al buen xito de esta
(uncin.
El programa que presenta la
Comisin de Boxeo Amateur di-
ocho dia ha sido bien acogido y
el cual damos a conocer a con-
tinuacin:
Horacio Ottis vs Sonny Stout
135 libras
Roy Lanford *s C'h. Anderson
126 libras
Eduardo Grimas vs J. Moreno
118 libras
A. Lawrance ya E. Torreglosa
120 libras
Ernesto Tavlor vs Juan Chacn
120 libras
Sustitutos:
Tony Shaw vs D. Brathwalte
Roberto Diaz vs Tony Elias
Juegos de la segunda
vuelta del torneo de
basketball femenino
Liga Provincial Je Basketball
De Panam1951
CIRCUITO FEMENINO
la. Categora
Temporada de Campeonato
Calendario de Juegos
Segunda Vuelta
AGOSTO
15Operten vs Crdenas
18M. Vigor vs Crdenas
NUEVA GODIVA Los habitantes de Coventry, Inglaterra,
volvieron a ver a Lady Godiva durante el Festival de Gran
Bretaa. Pero la moderna Godiva no estaba completamente
desnuda, sino que us un traje de bao del color de su piel
y una peluca que cubra gran parte de su cuerpo.
4t Tubera p|
Negra
FABRICACIN NACIONAL
. DE
PRIMERA CALIDAD
Precios de Competencia
con el producto importado.
Tubos 4" Sencillos-----4.M
Tubos 4'' Dobles......4.40
Tubos :: Sencillos___2.60
Tubos 2" Dobles......2.S0
Tees 4x4..........2.00
Yees 2x2..........l.N
Codos 4x2........75
etc., etc.
Tel. 3-1300 Apartado 2029
FUNDICIN INDUSTRIAL
Gonzlez y Linares Ltda.
La Locera Pasadena
' Rifles de Baln
Marca "Daisy"
desde 2.95
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2- x 6 T x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
TORTUGAS DESESPERADAS Ea cierto que las tortugas
viven en el agua, pero tambin es cierto que les gusta salir
de vez en cuando-para tomar el sol. Debido a- las inunda-
ciones de Kansas, estas tortugas encuentran muy difcil
hallar un lujar seco donde tomar el sol.
iPASf LAS MUNICIONES!
OEL DIARIO "THE ATLANTA CONSmUTION", DE ATLANTA, E.U A.
PASE LAS MUNICIONES! Esta caricatura apareci publi-
cada hace poco en el diario "The Atlanta Constitution', pe-
ridico que se edita en Atlanta, Georgia, en los Estados Uni-
dos de Amrica. Stalin aparece disparando un can rotu-
lado "EL EXPERIMENTO DE RUSIA EN ASIA", mientras que
el lder comunista chino Mao Tse-tung arrastra ms municin
"El Pueblo Chjno".
Conferencia
pblica Dominicana y Francia,
Pases Bajos y Reino Unido,
respecto de sus territorios slj
tuados en el area del Caribe.
Asimismo han sido Invitados
otros gobiernos, cuyos pases se
hayan afectados por la fiebre
aftosa y que por razones de
su situacin geogrfica se con-
sidera Importante que estn re-
presentados en la Conferencia
como observadores: y la Orga-
nizacin de los Estados Ameri-
canos, la Oficina Sanitaria Pan-
americana, la Organizacin de
las Naciones Unidas para la eli-
minacin y la agricultura, la
Comisin del Caribe y otras
personas y organizaciones.
El programa de trabajo ha
sido preparado por la Comisin
Organizadora y es el siguiente:
1Estado actual y gravedad o
peligro de la Fiebre Aftosa
en las Americas.
2Reglamento de cuarentena.
3Desarrollo y funciones del
Centro Panamericano Antl-
aftoso.
4Procedimientos de diagns-
tico. .
5Mtodos modernos para '
combatir un brote.
8Accin cooperativa entre
pases para la prevencin y
control.
La delegacin de Panam es-
t constituida por el Ingeniero
'?
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO'
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
David Samudlo, Ministro de A-
gricultura. Comercio e Indus-
trias y los veterinarios doctores
Hermel Rosas. Victor Denla,
Juan Jos Parada, Oerardlno
Medina.
La Comisin Organizadora de
la Conferencia est formada
por el Ingeniero Carlos J. Quin-
tero, secretario de Agricultura,
quien la preside: el doctor Me-
nalco Solis. Ingeniero Porfirio
Gmez G., Mayor B. N. Fo-
iling, actuando como secretario
ejecutivo el Ing. Alberto Fede-
rico Alba. ,
Actuar como presidente de ia
Conferencia el Ministro de A-
gricultura, Comercio e Indus
trias. Ingeniero David Samudl
y como Secretario General el
el Dr. Alcibiades A Arosemena.
A peticin del Gobierno do
Panam, la Oficina Sanitaria
Panamericana ha facilitado loa
servicios del seor Carlos E.
Urrutla. subjefe de la Seccin
de Conferencias de dicho Or-
ganismo, para asesorar a la Co-
misin Organizadora en los tra-
bajos de organizacin y admi-
nistrativas en general de la
Conferencia y los de la seo-
rita Lee Orr. ayudante del Jefe
de la Seccin de Veterinaria
de la propia oficina, quien co-
laborar en las labores genera-
les de la Conferencia.




MARTES. AGOSTO 14. 1951
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDENTS
PAGINA SIETE
SOCIALES DE COLON
Por JUDITH BEETQNCIN1
Apartado 432 Apartado ltM
Compromiso matrimonial
DeHado-Prtiton
El dia 11 del corriente mes
en la residencia del seor don
Florencio Delgado y seora se
celebr el compromiso matri-
monial de la seorita Aura Es-
ter Delgado con el caballero
seor Rafael Petiton.
A esta nueva pareja que se
forma, hacemos llegar nuestras
congratulaciones.
Misa solemne
Maana mircoles se dir una
misa solemne a las 9. a.m. en
la Catedral con Panegrico pa-
ra conmemorar el centenario de
la fundacin de las Siervas de
Maria. En la tarde a las 7.15
Rosarlo, ejercicio a la beata
Madre Soledad, sermn, bendi-
cin con el Bantislmo Sacras
ment. Te deum y adoracin de
la reliquia de la beata Madre.
Por este medio las siervas de
Maria invitan a todos los fie-
les amigos y bienhechores de
la comunidad para que asistan
a estos actos religiosos.
celebre muchos aos" mas de
vida.
Novena del Corain
de Maris
Hoy martes comienza en la
Catedral la novena 'solemne que
todos los aos dedican al Co-
raron de la mejor de las ma-
dres sus .hijos y devotos los ar-
chlcofrades.
Todos los das por la ma-
ana se leer brevemente la
novena en la misa de las 6:30
.m. que ser con exposicin
del Santsimo y rezo del Santo
Rosario. Por la noche despus
del Rosario se rezar la nove-
na acompaada del canto de
alguna de las Misericordias de
la Madre Celestial para termi-
nar con la bendicin de su Di-
vino Hijo Sacramentado. Asi
hasta el dia 22, en que todos
los q' se hayan confesado den-
tro de- la novena y comulgaren
en dicho dia 22. pueden ganar
Indulgencia plenaria visitando
la catedral y rezando a inten-
cin del romano Pontfice.
Cumpleaos de maana
En el da de maana suma
un ao ms de vida el seor
don Rafael Rawcet Araz. Has-
ta la ciudad de Panam, en
donde reside, le hacemos lle-
gar nuestras anticipadas felici-
taciones.
A las muchas felicitaciones
ue reciba en el dia de ma-
ana la Joven seora Alma Ma-
tos de Can, con motivo de su
onomstico, unimos las nues-
tras cariosas desendole que
Regio baile de inauguracin
Con gran entusiasmo conti-
nan los preparativos para el
reglo baile de Inauguracin que
ofrece la Unin de Locutores de
Coln el sbado 18 de los co-
rrientes en los amplios salones
del Jardn Monaco.
Amenizar este festival baila-
ble la orquesta Nueva Ideal con
sus cantantes Humberto Mier,
Luis Alarcn y Jos Slater de
8 p.m. 5 a.m. La cuota ser
de B.1.28 nara caballeros, da-
mas cortesa.
Consejo Cultural combatir
analfabetismo en la Amrica
WASHINGTON, Agosto (USIS)
. El analfabetismo y las ina-
decuadas facilidades escolares
sern los temas principales de
discusin del Consejo Cultural
Interamerlcano en su primera
reunin que se iniciar el vier-
nes en Ciudad de Mxico, se-
gn ha declarado un vocero de
la Organizacin.
Se refiri el vocero a la exis-
tencia de 70 millones de analfa-
betos en los pases latinoame-
ricanos solamente y a los 19 mi-
llones de nios de edad esco-
lar que carecen hasta de las
ms rudimentarias facilidades
de enseanza.
"Los-dirigente,deVlos Gobier-
nos y dV'la educacin convie-
nen en que un ataque al analta-
Desvanezca la Gordura
W la cordura arruina cu flcura e
hacaqu* tenga dlAcultaa Bantratrar
y pon* au aalud. on pollero, neontrara
Juo fcil perder medio kilo por
(a eon el nuevo mtodo do Hollywood
llamado FORVODE. Nada da dieta
drstica o ejercicio. Absolutamente
ain peligro. Pida PORMODB aa
farmacia favorita r empleo* a 04*1,
usar nanea*. '
betlsmo por medio de la am-
pliacin de las facilidades do-
centes, combinado con las vin-
culaciones culturales son base
fundamental de la cooperacin
lnteramerlcana," dijo el vocero,
quien agreg: "Sin esta realiza-
cin, no puede haber plena com-
prensin de democracia, y con-
tinuarn existiendo serlos obs-
tculos en la obra de llevar a
cabo programas econmicos y
tcnicos y de elevar el nivel
de vida de los pueblos latino-
americanos." Agreg el voce-
ro que "el problema de la edu-
cacin exige accin drstica e
inmediata de los gobiernos ame-
ricanos no slo por la seriedad
que actualmente reviste sino por
el problema que surge del rpi-
do aumento de" poblacin on las
repblicas americanas.
El Consejo Cultural Interame-
rlcano se reunir. d conformi-
dad con lo estatuido por la Car-
ta de Bogot, a Intervalos regu-
lares en diversas ciudades del
Hemisferio Occidental. El Con-
sejo tendr su sede permanente
en un lugar que ser designado
por la Conferencia que se cele-
brar en Ciudad de Mxico.
NO ES UNA GRANADA Se trata de una prueba llevada a
cabo con una cmara electrnica. Los Laboratorios Dupont
fotografiaron con esta cmara el momento en que un huevo
de gallina es reventado por el impacto de una bala.
Las actividades de la Casa
Internacional fomentan la
amistad de todos los pases
Para postres relmpagos...
use los PUDINES JEU-O
de TAPIOCA
Son riquimoe! Al de Vainilla agregela
cubitos de pltano, al do Naranja-Coco,
pedacitoe de naranja oacurridoa, y al do
Chocolate, nueces picadas.
m.f.fk. *> J.II-0 de Teelcea y pru.W.l.i be? sal..I

jajeaaaaiBBji
APRIETE EL FRASCO Y.
ROCESE CON EL
ATOMIZADOR
ODO-RO-NO
Evita el olor del sudor instantneamente
i lo mal nuevo y MnMcional! El
frasee plstico ni o qna viene el
nuevo ATOMIZADOR DESODO-
RANTE ODO-RO-NO, ei flexible,
y al apretarlo eon lot dedos iiirge
a modo de recio el mi moderna j
eirai de loe detodorantea.
La Asociacin de la Casa In-
ternacional, cuyo Director Eje-
cutivo, efior Herrlck B. Young,
lleg a Panam el sbado, fu
fundada en noviembre de 1947
por antiguos residentes de las
Casas Internacionales de Ber-
keley i California i. Chicago (Illi-
nois i. la Ciudad de Nueva York
y Pars.
La primera Casa Internacional
fu establecida como residencia
para estudiantes del exterior ha-
ce ms de treinta aos, cuando
John D. Rockefeller Jr., tuvo no-
ticia de que los esposos Harry
Edmonds estaban tratando de
establecer un centro residencial
en Nueva York con el objeto de
fomentar la comprensin Inter-
nacional entre los estudiantes
de diversos antecedentes nacio-
nales y raciales. El seor Rocke-
feller ofreci un terreno en Ri-
verside Drive y don tres mi-
llones de dlares para dotar el
edificio, el cual, desde su ter-
minacin en 1924 ha sido el ho-
gar de ms de 20,000 estudiantes
procedentes de todas partes del
mundo. Cincuenta o ms pases
estn representados cada ao
entre los 500 residentes, de los
cuales aproximadamente la ter-
cera parte son Jvenes america-
nos, varones y mujeres. Todos
son estudiantes graduados en
universidades y escuelas de arte
y tcnica de la Ciudad de Nue-
va York. Un consejo estudiantil,
elegido cada ao por votacin
entre los miembros, trabaja con
el director y la junta adminis-
trativa en el planeamiento de
las actividades de la Casa.
El xito alcanzado por el ex-
perimento de Nueva York dio
lugar a que el seor Rockefeller
estableciera Instituciones anlo-
gas en otros tres centros educa-
tivos donde ya exista amblen-
te cosmopolita. La Universidad
de California tenia entre 600 y
700 estudiantes extranjeros ma-
triculados en 19^0 cuando se a-
brl la Casa Internacional de
Berkeley. Dos aos despus la
Casa de Chicago estaba lista
para los estudiantes de diver-
sas nacionalidades que asistan
a la universidad de all. Otra
Casa Internacional, esta vez en
la Cit Unlversitare de Pars,
fu terminada en 1936.
Todas las Casas Internaciona-
les tienen salones sociales a-
tractlvamente amueblados, y po-
seen facilidades para el recreo
y esparcimiento, bibliotecas, sa-
las de conferencia, salones de
descanso y para reuniones en
torno al hogar, algunas sa'as de
reunin cuentan con cocinas
adyacentes para las fiestas In-
formales. Tienen tambin lavan-
derla, sastrera, tienda de no-
vedades, saln de belleza y bar-
beras as como comedores y ca-
feteras. Las casas ofrecen no
slo facilidades convenientes de
vida sino que sirven como cen-
tros de ricas experiencias socia-
les, culturales y educativas, que
han compartido ms de 50,000
estudiantes.
El seor Young permaneci
en Panam del sbado al lunes,
cuando continuar su jira, la
tercera que hace, por la Amri-
ca Latina. Se entrevist con
los miembros locales de la Aso-
ciacin, funcionarios del Gobier-
no y ciudadanos destacados asi
como otras personas Interesadas
en el incremento y ampliacin del
programa asi como en el estable-
cimiento de un Club de la Casa
Internacional que ayude a los la*
tlnoamerlcanos que proyectan
estudiar en los Estados Unidos o
visitar ese pas.
Actualmente hay 16 grupos
Inscritos, entre ellos los de Bos-
ton, Berkeley Chicago, Elmlra,
Los Angeles, Madison, Nueva
York, China, Tokio; Habana, Co-
lombia, Inglaterra, Hawai, Ita-
lia, Mxico y Filipinas, y en di-
versas partes del mundo te es-
tn organizando nuevas Asocia-
ciones.
El General Bodet formula
para la defensa area de
VER6ALLES, agosto 14. (EP8)
Como el nmero de divisio-
nes con que cuenta el general
Elsenhower es menor al mnimo areos que cada una de las na-
Con sumo placer publicamos
arriba el retrato del seor R. 9omo
Fuesser, representante general
de la firma Ferd. Mulhens en
Colonia Rhln (Alemania), fa-
bricantes de la mundlalmente
famosa agua de Colonia 47U.
El seor Fuesser se encuentra
hospedado en el hotel El Pa-
nam.
Nitra Sus Nervios Cor
Bastante Hierro
Lo twenty y mataras te talud
quabrantada son lot que mat
lo nttiiltan
Lo. hombre, y mujan* uaiilu*** y mal-
humorado, au* enfria traatorao eoo eeKjacl
Imuchaa vni ee latirn. HTMItan buUnU
arre y cuanto mu. haian un d* at* oon
ajo Unto major air au. au aalud.
Su lisura, nervioso, au nfra. a roana**
todo bu cuerpo d*b* Uar un provialoa *)*-
ci.nu da hierro, d. lo eeatrario rastillar* lo*
vlubteroanu un atado da Lasitud, nervio
dad y quebr.nUmi.nto an ganeral.
EL FERRIZAN la nuev. oombinaole da
hierre y otra* eubeunda. qu* producn ruara,
y qua on distribuida. *n la. faxmaciaa, aa
una lrealdad par. Bat* dd cuarenta po<
ciento d. hombre* y mujaree, porque lo. al)
mente, d. U actualidad no uatiaaea hierre
euCcieoU para proporcionarla al cuerpo la
cantidad qu. nariarlu,
Lo. hombre, y muan, debilea, delgadoe
udvluane, temido* y f al toa da aa desarrolle
vigoroso, par. toda la feote que ae encuentra
en eaaa coodicionea el FEKRIZAN e* reo
mandado y vendido por todoe Ice bueno
farmacutico. Somtalo pruebe boy miar.
aVaPafU El olor del ludor deaparece
instantneamente. Protege 24 liona
...Detiene) al tador, lin peligra.
nOFENSIVI No irrita 1* pial normal,
eelo diaria. No daa la ropa.
El representante del agua de
colonia 4711 y los dems pro-
ductos de la firma "Mulhens"
en Panam es el conocido y
apreciado comerciante seor
don Toms Arias con sus ofici-
nas situadas en la Avenida B
No. 96, telfono 1707.
Deseamos mucho xito al dis-
tinguido visitante.
necesario para garantizar una
paz armada, ya se han hecho
planes en el cuartel general de
la alianza atlntica para cerrar
esta brecha en la defensa del
Rin y el Elba con el uso tctico
de la fuerza area.
Estando el Ejrcito Rojo en
condiciones de lanzar millares
de tanques contra los pases de
Europa occidental en cualquier
momento, se han marcado cui-
dadosamente los puntos en que
puede cerrarse el paso a los In-
vasores. Los planes respectivos
han sido elaborados por el Ge-
neral francs Pierre Louis Bo-
det, quien en 1944 fu Jefe de
las fuerzas areas de Francia
Libre y ms tarde comand las
que pelean contra los comunis-
tas en Indochina.
Convencido por su experien-
cia en las campaas de Africa,
Sicilia y Normandla de que los
planes estratgicos deben ser
coordinados por un oficial de
aviacin, Elsenhower design a
Bodet para la tarea tan pronto
Jefe de las
fuerzas terrestres europeas al
General Alphonse Juin, inspec-
tor general del ejrcito francs.
Aun cuando las divisiones
francesas estn siendo organi-
zadas muy lentamente, el plan
de Bodet ha sido aprobado por
Elsenhower y su comandante en
Jefe areo, el General Louis
Norstad.
La cantidad de escuadrones
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
clones interesadas va a sumi-
nistrar es, por supuesto, un se-
creto militar, pero se sabe que
ya ha sido fijada la cuota a
cada una y el tiempo en que
debe tenerla lista.
En el cuartel general de Bo-
det no se oculta que la defensa
area est siendo coordinada
con mayor rapidez que la te-
rrestre. Las tropas aliadas es-
tacionadas en el Elba y el Rin
tendrn toda la proteccin y
cooperacin area que se nece-
siten.
Por razones tcnicas, es mu-
cho ms rpido organizar uni-
dades areas que terrestres. La
movilizacin area es Igualmen-
te mucho ms rpida. Los pla-
nes de Bodet contemplan todas
las posibilidades de ataque Ima-
ginables y las medidas oportu-
nas para detenerlos.
Existe plena confianza en que,
si bien las fuerzas areas de los
aliados en la actualidad son In-
suficientes para obtener la vic-
toria exclusivamente con ellas,
son adecuadas para librar ac-
ciones retardatorlas desde Suiza
a Dinamarca, mientras los ae-
roplanos pesados de bombardeo
lleven a cabo a su vez incursio-
nes sobre el territorio enemigo.
Los planes de Bodet se basa-
el plan
uropa
ron en las fuerzas ya disponi-
bles y enmarcan perfectamente
dentro de las medidas generales
adoptadas por el cuartel gene-
ral de Norstad.
Las lecciones obtenidas en la
guerra de Correa han sido cui-
dadosamente estudiadas, con
resultados satisfactorios. So
considera que el terreno entre
el Elba y el Rin es mucho ms
defendible por una fuerza a-
rea que el del sur de Corea.
Los expertos creen que lot
planes de Bodet obligaran a los
rusos a cambiar un ataque te-
rrestre en una gran batalla a-
rea por el dominio del cielo.
Y entonces la enorme superio-
ridad numrica de los rusos de-
jarla de ser un factor decisivo.
El plan contempla tambin la
posibilidad de que haya que de-
fender a Europa occidental pri-
mero con un ejrcito relativa-
La receta
es infalible,
si interviene
ROYAL
insecticidas in uno con el
El nuevo Insecticida FLIT, de accin
instantnea y efecto duradero, es de
cudruple accin porque contiene
D O.T y CLORDANOjpara efec
tos duraderos: ISO BORN I L j
PIRETRINAS.para matar insec-
tos instantneamente.
OTRO PRODUCTO (gsso)
mente pequeo, mientras lie'
gan las fuerzas completas pro-
metidas por las naciones de la
alianza atlntica. Tal defensa
tendra que ser hecha en el
apoyo inmediato y efectivo do
una fuerza area bien organi-
zada y entrenada. Tal es la mi-
sin que se ha encargado al
General Bodet y que ste, a Jui-
cio de los expertos, est cum-
pliendo con todo acierto.
S la lata no tana ti tuaMadho, . a Ft IT
f AH, QUE BUENO
y que bueno
para Ud. tambin1.
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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIBNTB
MARTES. AGOSTO 14, 1S1
HOMBRES NUEVOS. Los Cardenales puede que no lleguen a brillar tanto este ao, pero en
esta temporada con su par de lanzadores derechos jvenes que son Joe Presko, a la izquierda,
y Tom ruinlsky. Presko, de 22 aos, se ha vuelto a unir a los Pjaros Rojos despus de haber
sido operado de las tonsilas. Pohorskv, de 21 aos, mide (i pies 3 y pesa 205 libras.
Se Adelant Para El Sbado
El Clsico Cuerpo Diplomtico
i CON EL GERENTE
| DE I A FUERZA Y LUZ
ecesita urgentemente que * I
. |lb. .._ M-
t .los que estn ahora
mi.-nio entraan un grave peli-
El Clasico Cuerpo Diplomtico se correr el proximo Sbado Kr para |a v,|a e OK tran.
segn ha notificado oficialmente la Gerencia del Hipdromo, Na- sentes.
rional. Se debe esto a que los miembros del Cuerpo Diplomtico
acreditado en nuestro pas, no podrn asistir el Domingo a Juan
Franco por motivos mayores y en vista de ello se ha adelantado
la fecha de esta gran prueba clsica.
En dicha carrera se encuentran Inscritos los ejemplares Fi-
nan!. Rathlin Light. Welsh Loch. Phoebus Apollo, Full, Dictador,
Gorsewood, Welsh Fox, Sandwood, Montlelito Gris, Newminster,
Chacabuco y Alto Alegre.
llama n El Panam Amrica?
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HOY UN CATARRO
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MAANA... T
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No descuide un ralarrn pori|iip puede traerle graves
ronec.iirneHs. M primer signo lie catarro, tome Rromo
Quinina Grove. Quita el dolor de cabexa y la fiebre,
tambin obra ionio suave laxante. Su farmacia tiene el
original sohrecito.
BROMO QUININA
En el Woodbury College de
loa Angeles, Califoria, recibi
su Titulo de Bachiller in Busi-
ness Administration with De-
gree on Sales Management, el
joven Guillermo Dolande Jr.,
hijo del Sr. Guillermo Dolande
Jr. y Sra. Magdalena P. dq_ Do-
lande. Felicitara** a jus. pa-
dres por el triunfo alcanza/o
por su hijo y desernosle a Gui-
llermo hu'n xito en- su carre-
ra comercial.
UNGENTO PAZO para las almorratu
otro producto Grove.
C. Gonzlez Revilla & Hnos., distribuidores en Panam.
HOA
Red Panamericana
1090
en 9U radio
LA RED PANAMERICANA
invita al pblico panameo a escuchar. .
"DOS CANCIONES
Y UN POEMA''
CON
ANITA
VILLALAZ
CARLOS
PORRAS



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Inquietud nrtis'ica ilr
MAX FACTOR HOLLYWOOD
HOY a las 8:15 P.M.
H. O. A.
El domingo se inicia
el torneo de dobles
del tenis local
El torneo Spaulding de Tenis
en Dobles, comenzara el prxi-
mo domingo en la maana en
la cancha de la Piscina Olm-
pica.
Los mejores tenistas de Pa-
nam han prometido partici-
par en esta Competencia que
deber resultar muy Interesan-
te.
Las inscripciones se encuen-
tran abiertas desde ayer y pue
den entregarse en la Piscina
Olmpica o en la Oficina del
seor David Halman: queda-
rn cerradas el viernes en la
tarde, e inmediatamente se
efectuar el Sorteo para esco-
ger las parejas que Inaugura-
rn el Torneo.
Estar en disputa el hermoso
Trofeo Spaulding asi como otros
premios que han prometido va-
rias casas comerciales y desta-
cados deportistas.
El Tiritn se coron
campen del ftbol
mayor del Artes
Por M. A. T.
El equipo Deportivo Tun se
coron campen del Circuito
mayor del Torneo de Ftbol de
la Escuela Artes y Oficios, al
vencer en un gran encuentro
al Deportivo Ditrani por un
tanto a cero.
El partido result tan reido
que se necesitaron dos tiempos
extras para decidir el encuen-
tro. En el cuarto tiempo de jue-
go y faltando 3 minutos para
finalizar esta etapa-extra. e-
co de Len se luci al marcar
el nico tanto del partido, pe-
ro suficiente para darle el Cam-
peonato a su equipo al De-
portivo Tun.
Qued Arreglada En Forma Definitiva Nuestra
Participacin En El Panamericano De Ftbol
M /- .. .- ---------------------------- -. -.... m
El Crespo gan ayer la primera vuelta
del bisbol de Barraza, logrando Elias
Osorio un juego "no hit no ran"
Anoche se firm
el Convenio y lo
aprob la Fed.
Anoche qued arreglado en
forma definitiva el viaje del
Srlrciiondo de Ftbol de Pa-
nam para parlicSJtt en el Pri-
mer Campeonato ^Panamericano
gue se realizar en febrero de
1952 en Santiago de Chile.
La Federacin (Nacional de
Ftbol acept la Invitacin de
la Confederacin Panamericana
de Ftbol, y estuvo de acuerdo
con lag clusulas del Convenio,
firmando el seor Carlos Ditt-
born-por la Federacin de Chi-
le y el seor Ditrani como Pre-
sidente de la Federacin Nacio-
nal de Ftbol.
'lodos ios miembros de la
Federacin estuvieron comple-
tamente de acuerdo con la par-
ticipacin de Panam en dicho
torneo de campeonas, y el con-
venio fue aprobado por una:i-
midad.
El convenio comprende la In-
vitacin a ima delegacin de 29
personas; pagaran pasaje de
Se aumentan los
salarios a varios
jugadores de base
NUEVA YORK, agosto 14.
(UP). Tres Jugadores de los
Gigantes y dos de los Piratas
han recibido aumentos de sala-
rlos segn el ltimo boletn pu-
blicado por la oficina del co-
misionado de baseball.
Los Gigantes favorecidos son
los novatos Willie Mays y Geor-
ge Spencer y el receptor Sal
ivar. El jardinero Pete Reiser
y el inlciallsta Glen Rocky Nel-
son son los Piratas que recibi-
rn ms dlares por sus servi-
cios. No se indic a cunto as-
cendan los aumentos.
La Mueca conserv
su invicto al vencer al
Sosa anoche por 41-40
La segunda etapa se inicia hoy con la actuacin de
los mismos equipos de ayer: Crespo y Miranda
El equipo Deportivo Crespo
gan la primera vuelta del Cam-
peonato de Baseball de la Liga
de Barraza al imponerse ayer
en gran forma al Miranda por
4 carreras a 0, donde el lanza-
dor Elias Osorio se apunt un
juego de "no hit no run".
El encuentro esult suma-
El equipo del
Mueca, conserv
Imponerse anoche
Almacn La
su invicto al
en un movi-
ida y vuelta por avin, astos, d(J y reldo partido al ptica
Citacin Deportiva
Esta noche a las 7.45 en las
Oficinas del Departamento Ge-
neral de Educacin Fsica, ce-
lebrar su acostumbrada reu-
nin semanal el Comit Nacio-
nal Olmpico.
Asunto de gran inters sern
tratados en la reunin de esta
noche y se espera la asistencia
de todos los miembros.
de hospedaje y alimentacin, a-
tenrin mdica, transporte in-
terno, lavado de ropa de juego
y una participacin fija.
El (orneo es abierto y par-
ticiparn profesionales y ama-
teurs, considerndose que el
equipo de Panam ser el ni-
co conjunto completamente afi-
cionado que competir en dicho
campeonato.
El seleccionado nacional via-
jara alrededor del 10 de fe-
brero de 1952 y regresara co-
mo el 18 de marzo.
En la reunin de anoche es-
tuvieron presentes el Sr. Ditt-
born, tesorero de la Federacin
chilena de Ftbol y delegado
de la Confederacin Panameri-
cana de Ftbol; ios miembros
de la Federacin seores: Fran-
cisco Ditrani, presidente; Daniel
Delgado, vicepresidente; Anto-
nio Gramunt, tesorero; Marco
Mendosa, fiscal; Luis A ni ines.
secretario y Miguel Rivas, sub-
secretario; loa representantes de
ligas doctor Juan Nicosia de
Panam, Miguel Concepcin de
('biriqu; el profesor Osear lleu-
do (., los redactores deporti-
vo, c. Sarmiento, Varga* y G.S.
Koila,
A REFRESCARSE Con su
cmara, in toalla y ms nada,
el fotgrafo de la NEA-Acme
que est fotografiando los su-
cesos de Corea, se mete al
agua para refrescarse.
presidente
HOY
Solamente!
La pelcula de
las ms inten-
sas y variadas
emoc iones !...
CON LOS MAMBOS DE
MODA!...
Msica y Canciones que han
llenado toda una poca!...
MUJERES HERMOSAS!...
AMALIA AGUILAR
La Mejor Bailarina del Cine.
PEREZ PRADO
y su Orquesta
MARIA VICTORIA, en
AMOR
PERDIDO
Da
Popular!
Sensacional Doble Programa!
Cant inflas, en
Romeo y Julieta
Chanto Granados, en
Adulterio
ESTA LOCO Ray Vetter, de
Fnix, Arizona, quien alega ser
el nico hombre que se ha
sentado sobre un cactus, co-
mienza su temporada de seis
semanas consecutivas sobre la
planta para ver si gana una
* apuesta de cien dlares.
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
.'rogramas
Sosa por 4. a 40 en la conti-
nuacin de la Segunda vuelta
del torneo de Basketball de la
Liga de Catedral.
En el otro encuentro, el Mo-
rris venci al Mauricio por 49
a 41. Con estos resultados, el
Dep. Mueca lleva cinco victo-
rias sin derrotas, el ptica So-
sa perdi una colocacin, el
Morris qued solo en el cuarto
lugar y el Mauricio sigue en la
retaguardia. .
Calendario de los
juegos del basket
femenino menor
Por CARLOS E. VELARDE
En su primera reunin la Li-
ga Independiente menor feme-
nina se aprob el Calendarlo de
juegos el cual damos a conocer
a continuacin.
8b. 18N?hi vs Taller Sousa
"Dom. 19M. Vigor vs Electcogas
Sb. 25Nehl vs Electrogaa
Dom. 26 M.Vlgor vs T. Sousa
Sb. 1--Nehl vs Malta Vigor
Dom. 2 Electrogaa vs T. Sousa
Sb. 8Nehl vs Taller Sousa
Dom. 9M. Vigor vs Electrogas
Tambin se acord la lista de
arbitros que prestarn sus fun-
ciones en esta Uga: Esteban
Perdomo, Rogelio Garca, Ma-
nuel "Pariente" Cardales y Fe-
lipe Perdomo.
Los Juegos de los sbados co-
menzarn a las 7 p.m. y los do-
mingos a las 10 a.m.
Tambin se acord que cada
equipo puede tener 14 Jugado-
ras menores de 15 aos. Los Jue
gos de los domingos costarn opgro para la vida
centavos la entrada general. sentes.
No sufri cambio la
justa de bolos con el
resultado de anoche
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Torneo de Bolos
G. P.
Caf Duran ........* 3
Morris .............
Selecta ............ 1
Pinocho ............. 6 6
Entrometidi ......6
Royal...............
Tropical ...........5 7
ptica Sosa ........ 5 7
Taller Sousa .......1 1*
Novatos ............. S *
Pje
;.7st
'.562
.50
.r.nt
.500
.416
.416
.S75
.250
Continuando en la tercera
semana del Torneo de Bolos
"Jantzen" anoche dividieron ho-
nores el Taller Sousa y la Im-
portadora Selecta, quedando el
estado de los equipos en el mis-
mo orden. Esta noche se en-
frentan los Novatos y el Philip
Morris, Juego que romper el
empate que existe en el primer
puesto.
La puntuacin Individual de
anoche fu la siguiente:
i
Sarak
De Diego
C. Icaza
Endara
A. icar-
Taller Sousa
165
110
144
173
133
725
vjlandlcap^ 34
123
131
173
107
110
644
34
141
131
134
lie
137
429
372
451
396
380
659 2021
34 #102
75 678 693'130
"Importadora Selecta"
Wright 126 165 155 446
Rennert 151 146 129 426
Cucaln 119 156 127 402
Moreno 148 187 1SS 468
Chiarl 176 182 136 494

720 836 680 2236
CON EL GERENTE
DE LA FUERZA Y LUZ
El Campo de Santa Rita ne-
necesita urgentemente que se le
cambien los postes de las lu-
ces, pues los que estn ahora
mismo entraan un grave pell-
de los tran-
Rones Cansados Pueden
Causar Lumbago y
Levantadas Nocturnas
1 m 1*nt* usted indispuesto, otu-
n o,.i* levantarte da noche, owd'c*
usted de mareo, nerviosidad, dolores
de espalda, o de piernas, tobtlloa hln-
chadoa, dolorea en las articulaciones,
ardor en loa ronductoa 7 exceso de
toldes, el funcionamiento lento n> los
rlfinnes pueda Mr lsv verdadera causa
de sua malea.
Loa alimentos y bebidas mal taco-
I Idos pueden causar un exceso de
cldot y recargar los rlflontt dt ttl
manera que funcionan mal y necesi-
tan estimulante ayuda diurtica para
Jut loa rlflones ejerzan bien su f uncin
a purificar au sangre debidamente y
conservarle la salud y las fuerxas.
Ayuda Its RlsWaas cast*
*.<*> I*. Medicas
Muflios mdicos han descubierto
sor medio dt pruebas cientficas y
clfnlcaa, asi como en el dltrfo ejerc-
to da au pro/asi 6 a. que ua taacutsj
estiroulsnte dt los rones y paliativo
para la Irritacin funcional da la ve-
jiga y Vfss urinarias tn estado de
acides es Cystex, preparado cientfico,
Hut es una receta mdica. Ctntenarea
y centenares dt caaos en los archlvoa
dt estos mdicos, pruebaO que asi es.
Tratamiento
L* primera dosis dt Cysttx comlen-
sa a hacer au efecto lmmedlata-
mente, ayudando a sus rlflonea a a-
nrojar el exceso de cidos. Esto pueda
hacer que usted se tienta como nuevo
otra ves. Tan *e*-uroi eatn los fabri-
cantes da Cyttex de que usted que-
dar completamente aatlsfacho, qua
le pidan que haga uated la prueba.
Pida Cysttx hoy mismo tn su far-
macia favorita.
Cystex
mente interesante, tocndole a
T. McKaKy cargar con la de-
rrota como lanzador del Miran-
da.
La contienda Inicia esta tar-
de su segunda etapa, y justa-
mente les tocar medirse nue-
vamente al Deportivo Crespo y
al Deportivo Miranda, en un co-
tejo que promete las ms rei-
das alternativas.
N
C
E
S
Importadores
Tagarpulos, S.A.
REPARTO A DOMICILIO
-* JUEVES, *~
CENTRAL
Para una mujer
QUE MA...
NO EXISTEN
SACRIFICIOS!
~ El corrttpondU
A a tu pasin

dedicndolt
toda
tu vida
UNIVWSHUNTWriONM
P'Kf-ll
lUZ sirias 1
WMM
("LBHTS OUT")
IP* MI !!'! 1
i* *l*i **iii m
** W*.Hf4*l*\
ProUfOIIMdl P0>
RTHUR KENNEDY PEGGY DOW
1 JAMES EDWARDS WILL GttLR
JUEVES-TEATRO CECILIA
GOLPE POR GOLPE!
LA PELEA DEL SIGLO!
Charles vs. Walcott
POR EL CAMPEONATO MUNDIAL
PESO PESADO!
SIETE ROUNDS DE PURA ACCIN Y MARAVILLOSA TCNICA
PUOILISTICA Culminados por el knockout ms sensacional ja-
ms visto en pelea alguna! Tres minutos despus de la pelea y
el cx-campen CHARLES continuaba inconsciente. VEA el gol-
.1
| pe NOQUEADOR!... '
ADEMAS: -
- DOS PELCULAS DE GRAN ATRACCIN! Y
'MARINEROS DE AGUA DULCE" a "A CAZA DE EMOCIONES"
con LAUREL y HARDY
(WILD BEASTS
AT BAT)
Todos los peligros de la cacera de anmale salvajes!


MAKTES, AGOSTO 14, 1151
En el aniversario
de Pakistn
QUAID-E-AZAM MOHAMMED
\LI JINNAH
rondador de Pakistn
Con motivo- del cuarto ani-
versario de la fundacin del
estado de Pakistn, el Emba-
jador de ese pais en Washing-
ton, Dr. M. A. H. Ispahanl,
quien hace algn tiempo estu-
vo de visita en Panam, ha
enviado el siguiente mensaje
a la colonia pakistana radicada
en este pas:
"Hoy, por gracia de Dios, ce-
lebramos el cuarto aniversario
de la fundacin de Pakistn
Para todos los pakistanos, este
dia debe ser de reflexin, ac-
cin de gracias, oracin y re-
consagracin a los Ideales y fi-
nes de Pakistn.
"Recordemos hoy a los des-
amparados, a los afligidos, a los
deshonrado y a los muertos
que fueron mrtires de la cau-
sa de Pakistn. Recordemos
tambjn a aquellos que desde
elevadas o humildes posiciones
trabajaron y lucharon desinte-
resadamente contra obstculos
aparentemente Insalvables pa-
ra que no naufragara la nave
del Estado. Ese esfuerzo debe
continuar. Pero demos gracias a
Dios por los muchos adelantos
que Pakistn ha alcanzado en
los ltimos cuatro aos. La dura
y solitaria lucha que libramos
con xito para establecer la in-
dependencia de nuestra moneda
y de nuestra poltica de cam-
bio en el extranjero ha puesto,
con la ayuda de Dios a la eco-
noma de Pakistn sobre base
firme y segura. Favorecidos por
una abundancia de alimentos y
de Importantes materias pri-
mas, nos estamos abriendo ja-
so en el desarrollo Industrial y
en el aprovechamiento de nues-
tros recursos. Con paz y con
tiempo para poner en prctica
nuestros muchos planes de des-
arrollo, esperamos mejorar la
condicin de las masas y ha-
cer de Pakistn un Estado fuer-
te, prspero y moderno.
Al echar un vistazo hacia
atrs y al enorgullecemos
con modestia. en nuestros
triunfos, no debemos descansar
sobre nuestros laureles. Ingen-
tes tareas nos esperan. Ellas
requieren actividad y devocin
incansables.
Pakistn no puede gozar de
su libertad mientras que Kash-
mir est bajo l bota lnvasora,
suspirando por el derecho de
la propia determinacin por
medio de un plebiscito Ubre e
imparcial. Pase lo que pase.
nunca cejaremos en nuestra lu-
cha por libertad al pueblo de
Kashmir. Pakistn ha cumpli-
do con todos sus compromisos
y ha aceptado cuanta propuesta
han formulado las Naciones U-
nidas para dirimir pacificamen-
te la disputa de Kashmir. SI
la historia es burlada de ese
arreglo debido a la truculencia
y la intransigencia de la India
hacia las Naciones Unidas, la
culpa ya lo hemos puesto en
claro no ser nuestra.
"No importa lo que el desti-
no nos depare, en este cuarto
aniversario de Pakistn, no po-
demos hacer nada mejor que
dedicamos de nuevo al ejemplo
que implantara Quald-e-Azam,
quien vivi para Pakistn y mu-
ri sirvindole. Rogamos que su
alma descanse en paz y que
Dios nos d las fuerzas nece-
sarias para .cumplir con el lema
nacional que nos leg: Fe, U-
nln y Disciplina.
Pakistn Zindabad! Pakistn
*L PARAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Paindabad!"
HOY-LUX
Estreno Especial!
1 Dia Solamente!
3:15 5:05 7:M
:00 p.m.
CON ESBELTEZ Y MORAL DE PANTERA... CON AUDACIA
SIN LIMITE8, SACRIFICANDO AMOR Y EL "QUE DIRN",
ESTA MUJER SE IMPUSO EN UN MUNDO DOMINADO POR
F^'WRES!...
DESDE JUEVES!
UNO DE LOS CIN-
CO MEJORES DRA-
MAS DEL ANOI...
Cul fu la mentira
de HARRIET-CRAIG'
La Crawford en la
actuacin cumbre
de su
Carrera!
"LA MENTIRA DE MENTIRAS"
(HARRIET CRAIG)
eon
JOAN CRAWFORD WENDELL COREY
El "Aviso Oportuno"
Es Barato y Efectivo
CENTRAL
HOY
DOS PRESENTACIONES
A LAS 5:M Y 9:00 P.M.
HOY
DE LOS FAMOSOS ARTISTAS DEL BUEN HUMOR
"IOS KIKAROS"
PRECIOS REGULARES!
En la pantalla ESTRENO:
"LOS TRES CULPADOS"
con John McGUIRE y Tracy ROBERTS
USTEDES !
LAS APLAUDIERON
Y CONSAGRARON
COMO BAILARINAS DE ...
MAMBO!

MARIA ANTON I ETA PONS
"El Cicln del Caribe"

AMALIA AGU LAR
"La Mejor Bailarina del Cine"
NINON SEVILLA
"La Reina del Mambo"
LAS MELLIZAS DOLLY
"Las Atmicas del Mambo"
PERO...
TODAS JUNTAS RESULTAN
PRINCIPIANTES...
CUANDO USTEDES
VEAN a la Embajadora del
MAMBO!!
NINI
(Grita)
MARSHAL
En la comedia que es
"La Danza de las Ho-
ras", de las horas y ms
horas que ustedes con-
tinuarn rindose!
-con -
JOAQUN
PARDAVE en
UNA GALLEGA
BAILA MAMBO
La mejor pelcula
de todos los
tiempos!
ote.
CORDOVA
PALMA
Para satisfacer la ansiedad del pblico, la Empresa, ha
accedido a sealar para maana este Grandioso Estreno!
PAGINE irom
f
. i ei to
QMu\)x&u
MAANA
DIA LATINO
UNA PELCULA LAUREADA!
Excepcional en Todos Aspectos; Exquisita, Fuerte
Intensamente Dramtica, Pero..-
NO
AMELIA BEMCE
LA RECOMENDAMOS PARA AQUEL QUE NO HAYA
CULTIVADO 8U INTELECTO, PARA AQUEL QUE
SOLO PUEDE APRECIAR lo SIMPLE y lo VULGAR.
UNA ACTRIZ GENIAL, en
-con-
SILVIA PIAL
JOS DEL RIO
"LOS PANCHOS"
TORA LA NEGRA
Se Estrenar Desde el
JUEVES
en el
PRESIDEHTE
^ O N AlkF ACN ON
DANZA del FUEGO
con ALBERTO CLOSAS FCO. DE PAULA
Y la msica maravillosa de loa Grandes Maestros; Scherzo
en 81 Menor de CHOPIN Jo. Concierto de LISZT Danza
del Puego de FALLA Concierto en MI Menor de BEETHO-
VEN Concierto en Sol Menor de MENDELSSOHN.
TTTFVFSI Un drama del Oeste, rice en
J UH V Da. emociones, accin y romance!
El terrible dilema de un hom-
bre que Representaba la Ley...
y amaba a una mujer situada
al margen de Ella!...
PAUL KELLY^ elsa lanchester john emery
JUEVES
Luchaban a muerte por el amor de un hombre... Lo
seguan a costa de cruentos sacrificios... Pero tam-
bin lo dejaban si l se lo mereca.. As eran
LAS MUJERES
DE MI GENERAL
Un Exltazo Humorstico-Dramtico del Popular
PEDRO INFANTE
(EL GAVILN POLLERO)
LILIA PRADO CHULA PRIETO


PAGINA DIEZ
PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDKKTB
MARTES, AGOSTO 14, 1951
Destacados Nadadores Se Disputarn Maana
La Prueba Del Cruce Del Canal De La Mancha
OBTUVO SU 2o CAMPEONATO EL CHESTERFIELD
AL VENCER ANOCHE AL MAURICIO EN BASKET
Entre ellos hay
dos argentinos
y un peruano

----------..........--------
t UL. YACA EN TENNIS. Tony Trabert, quien ha alcan-
etio (ran reputacin como jugador de tennis, ser uno de
*ss jugadores de los Estados Unidos para defender el titulo
de la Copa Davis. El universitario de 20 aos derrot a Art
Larsen en el torneo de tennis de la USI.TA en das pasados.
Phoebus Apollo, Microbio y
Casablanca Suspendidos Por
Los Comisarios Del Hipdromo
Por RDEME-
LOS ejemplares Microbio, Phoe-
bus Apollo y Casablanca han
sido suspendidos por los Co-
misarlas del Hipdromo Nacio-
nal, por considerarse que sus
presentaciones anteriores con-
trastaban enormemente con la
del domingo pasado.
. Microbio que recibi una sus-
pensin de ocho reuniones par-
ticip en la prueba de la clase
"C" que Investigan los Comi-
sarios porque consideran que
era muy rara, y que se sospe-
cha que fu "arreglada".
Mientras tanto el ejemplar
Phoebus Apollo que estaba Ins-
crito en el Clsico "Cuerpo Di-
plomtico", tambin recibi 8
reuniones de suspensin por
carrera contradictoria, la mis-
ma pena se 'impuso al caballo
nacional Casablanca.
Las otras sanciones impues-
tas por los Comisarios recaye-
ron en el jinete R. Icaza. seis
reuniones por estorbar en la
recta final con Levadura. El
preparador Luis Rodrguez con
B.20.00 por descomedido con los
Comisarios. El Jinete Bolvar
Moreno 6 reuniones por monta
deficiente en Newminster. K.
Flores 4 reuniones por estorbar
en la partida con Roadmaster
a Rlnty.
Los Co. iisarlos estn dispues-
tos a tratar severamente todos
los casos y segn tenemos en-
tendido estn a la expectativa
con respecto a las carreras que
se" consideran sospechosas ya
que son muchos los comenta-
rios que surgen de que en Juan
Franco se estn "arreglando"
carreras.
COMPRE...
TROPIDURAli
PROTEJAMOS LA
INDUSTRIA NACIONAL!
Se transmitir por
televisin la pelea
Robinson Turpin
NUEVA YORK. Agosto 14 (U.
P.i El Club Internacional de
Boxeo organizador de la pelea
entre Randy Turpin y Ray Ro-
binson por el campeonato mun-
dial peso medio anunci que
dicha pelea ser transmitida
por televisin a once teatros en
ocho ciudades.
El encuentro entre el cam-
pen mundial Turpin y el re-
tador Robinson ser el doce de
Septiembre.
FRANCIA, Agosto 14 (UP)
Dos argentinos y un peruano
sern los representantes sur-
americano en la prueba del
cruce del Canal de la Mancha
auspiciada por el peridico
"Daily Mal" de Londres y que
comenzar maana mircoles
por la maana.
Enriqueta Duarte de 2 ano3
de edad, natural de Buenos Ai-
res y Antonio Albertondo de 2
aos tambin de Buenos Aires
y Daniel Carpi de 31 aos,
empleado de la Embajada Pe-
ruana en Buenos Aires, hicie-
ron ejercicios ligeros ayer en
preparacin para esta prueba
de 22 millas.
Enriqueta, bella rubia bona-
erense es la ms joven de las
siete mujeres inscritas para
participar en la prueba. Vino
acompaada por su mam. La
Joven argentina que es maestra
de escuela en su pais utiliza
una potente brazada estilo nor-
teamericano. Represent a u
pas en las Olimpiadas de Lon-
dres en 1948, ,.ero no gan nin-
gn ttulo. "Tengo mucha con-
fienza" dijo Enriqueta "porque
s de lo que soy capaz y estoy
segura que puedo realizar la
prueba. He tenido muy poco en-
trenamiento desde que llegu
aqu. La playa es tan nivelada
que tengo que caminar varias
millas antes de llegar a un lu-
gar donde pueda comenzar a
nadar".
El doctor Domingo entrena-
dor de los nadadores argentinos
dijo que ha ideado una pildora
"secreta" de composicin qu-
mica que ser utilizada por Al-
bertondo durante el cruce del
Canal. Dijo que la pildora dar
a Albertondo "mas energas du-
rante el cruce".
Albertondo que termin en el
octavo puesto en la misma
prueba el ao pasado haciendo
el recorrido en 18 horas y 18
minutos dijo "espero tener mu-
cha mejor actuacin este ao
por que he cambiado mi estilo
de nadar y ahora utilizo la bra-
zrada australiana".
Los dos atletas argentinos y
su entrenador consumieron ayer
apetitosas carnes argentinas en-
viadas por la Embajada Argen-
tina en Londres asi como Ja-
mn, conservas, chocolates y
dulces difciles de hallar en
Francia.
Carpi cruz el Canal en 1B47
en 14 horas y 47 minutos en la
misma direccin, de Francia a
Inglaterra. Un ao despus rea-
lizo el cruce d"l Estrecho de
Gibraltar "aunque no espero
ganar" dijo Carpi "espero pre-
sentar buena batalla y termi-
nar entre los primero".
Carpi que tiene la ayuda del
Gobierno peruano, de leus peri-
dicos peruanos y de un comit
de amigos, tambin usa la bra-
zada australiana. Dijo que sus
favoritos son Haffan Atoad El
Rehln, nadador egipcio de 42
aos de edad v Roger Le Mor-
van, nadador francs de 27 etVs
Rehln y Morvan finalizaron el
primero y segundo lugares res-
pectivamente en la carrera del
ao pasado. La mayor parte de
los nadadores realizaron lige-
ros ejercicios hoy temerosos de
pobreentrenarse.
Muchos simplemente se dedi-
caron a tomar cortos paseos por
la playa.
.
. NUEVO DESCUBRIMIENTO!
permite mejores afeitadas y ayuda a conservar
el aspecto sano y juvenil del rostro
La Crema de Afeitar Williams contiene un
maravilloso ingrediente muy recetado
por especialistas de la piel
A-HORA-POR PRIMERA VEZ-se ha
elaborado, una crema de afeitar que es
realmente buena para la piel. Esta nueva
frmula !e permite a usted, mucho mejor
qtie antes, afeitadas a ras de piel, ntidas
] y sin irritacin!
MARAVILLOSO INGREDIENTE
La nueva Crema de Afeitar William tiene
por base una maravillosa substancia llamada
Eitracto de Lanolina. El Extracto de Lano-
lina es 26 teces ms concentrado que la Lano-
lina que los mdicos recetan usualmente para
la piel. Refresca la piel a la vez que iu>ted se
afeita... y ayuda a conservar el aspecto sano
y juvenil del rostro.
. IELOOIADA POR LOS MIDICOSI
Jams crema de afeitar alguna fue tan acla-
mada por la profesin mdica. 251 especia-
listas de la piel que han probado la nueva
Williams alaban el que se haya agregarle
Extracto de Lanolina. Ahoracada vez qua
usted se afeita con la nueva Crema Williams
disfruta de esta substancia maravillosa. Y,
cuanto ms use Williams, ms se convencer
de lo benfica que es para la piel.
|USE WILLIAMSI
Si usted desea afeitadas ntidas, a ras de piel,
que ayudan a conservar el aspecto sano y
juvenil del rostro, use la nueva Crema de
Afeitar Williams. Es la nica crema de afeitar
que contiene Extracto de Lanolina.
Firmando el importante documento de ftbol
Ofrecemos aqu el momento en que lot delegados del ftbol
chileno y panameo firman el convenio con el eual Panam
Carticipar en el Primer Campeonato Panamericano de Ft-
ol en Febrero de 1352 en Santiago de Chile; y aparecen-el
seor Carlos Dlttborn '(izquierda), Teiorero de la Federacin
chilena; seor Francisco Dltrani (centro), Presidente de la
Federacin nacional, y" Daniel Delgado (derecha), Vice-
presidente de la Federacin panamea.___________
1 Carlos Eleta Se Juega
Hoy Su Clasificacin En
El Basketball De 2a Cat.
BASKETBALL DE SEGUNDA
Categora
Provincia de Panam
Clrcnito Masculino
Grupo
"GRINGO DE LA GUARDIA"
Estado de los Equipos
G P Pts.
ptica Sosa (*).. l.tOe
Pelimex (x) ...... 6 2 .159
Fuerza y Lus (x) 6 2 .150
Cela ......... 4 S JM
Alemn Jr......4 S .511
Eva Pern ......3 5 .315
Orion ........... 1 1 -l*5
"CHE VILLALOBOS"
G P Pts.
Bam Jr. (x) .... 1 1 .15
Centenario ..... 6 2 .150
Barcelona ......6 2 .150
Dep. Eleta ......S 2 .114
Peps.cola .......S -333
LefeTre .........2 .333
Madurito .......2 S Mi
Rodelag ........2 .250
Panamericana ..1 7 .111
x Significa clasificados.
Deporte de
Los Reyes
Por Humberto Alxamora
Despus de tres semanas de
inactividad esta columna segui-
r apareciendo con regularidad
a partir de hoy.
Dos ejemplares murieron este
pasado lin de semana en nues-
tro hipdromo, el caballo pe-
ruano Bolero a causa de un
fuerte clico, y la yegua nacio-
nal Stella que se estrello el s-
bado antes de la segunda ca-
rrera cuando era conducida a
la gatera, luego al ser llevada
a su establo, segn pudimos no-
tar tena varia; costillas rotas.
Respecto al Jinete Sllvera que
la conduca tuvo que ,ser re-
huido en la Clnica San Fer-
nando.
Los Jinetes ganadores el sba-
do y domingo fueron:
G. Snchez con Fulmine, Lo-
Uto y Lighting; K. Flores con
Roadmaster, Black Bull y Mi-
crobio; V. Castillo con Rlna R.,y
y Fulanlto; C. Rulz con Blja-
aual y Lacnico; A. Mena con
Rose Hip y Gay wood; J. Avi-
la con Miranda y Beduino; C.
Iglesias con Gorsewood y Ri-
ding East; A. Soto con Dicta-
dor y empate con Carmela II;
Solamente ganaron una A. Vs-
quez con Torcaza; R. Icaza con
Bagaleo; J. Cadogen con Fla-
menco; A. Enrique con Casa-
blanca y el Jinete V. Ortega to-
do lo que consigui fu un pe-
lo del lobo, un empate con Pol-
vorazo.
Lus Alberto Daz, ltigo chi-
leno que compiti en nuestro
hipdromo y muy conocido por
la fanaticada hpica, se gano el
Gran Premie "La Copa de Oro
del Brasil" por el "roln" de un
milln de Crucelros. Diaz con-
dujo al Argentino Ponted "Ca-
ii' i y domin en los finales a
voluntad.
El sbado se correr el Cl-
sico "Cuerpo Diplomtico" con
la participacin dt los ases de
la clase "A" y con un premio
de 2.000 balboas.
El Jinete aprendiz C. Chons,
quien sufriera accidente en me-
ses pasados mientras ealopaba
a la nacional Tranauita. sall
el sbado de la Clnica San
Fernando.
TILES DE OFICINA
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V
Ave. Tlvoll No. 18
Tel. 2-2O10
Juegos de Hoy
Eleta va Madurito
6.46 pm.
Cela va Alemn
7.45 pm.
Centenario ti Barcelona
8.30 p.m.
Por BETO TEJADA
El Carlos Eleta se jugar es-
ta noche en el Gimnasio Na-
cional una importante carta
frente al Madurito. El Eleta
necesita a toda costa el triun-
fo y de esa manera tomar par-
te en una serle que se comien-
za en esta misma fecha.
El segundo juego corre a car-
go del Cela Gonzlez y Alemn
Jr., ofreciendo ambos equipos
su ltimo compromiso de este
campeonato, estando ambos eli-
minados du la opcin de clasi-
ficar.
Centenario vs Barcelona
TJna vez terminado los dos
primeros juego, comenzar la
serie eliminatoria extra, entre
los equipos Barcelona y Cente-
nario que finalizaron sus com-
promisos regulares empatados.
De perder el Kleta el primer
juego quedarn inmediatamente
clasificados los equipos Barce-
lona y Centenario.
Cardales y Soto sern los ar-
bitros. El Juego celebrado ayer
lo gan el Bam Jr.. sobre el
Pepslcola por 51 a 39. logrando
el Bam Jr.. su clasificacin en
la serie *por el campeonato.
Joe Louis Se
Mide Maana
Con J. Bivinn
BALTIMORE, Agosto 14 V
P.)El ex-campen mundial de
la divisin pesada Joe Louie
Eroyecta solo prcticas ligeras
Oy antes de la pelea que cele-
brar maana contra Jimm Bi-
vins de Cleveland.
Louis dj por terminadas tur
Ercticas fuertes ayer cuando
lio cuatro asaltos con sus
sparring partners."
TJna concurrencia de cinco
mil personas vio a Louis ha-
ciendo sus prcticas en el cam-
lamento de adiestramiento en
a playa de Carr cerca de An-
napolis. Marshall Miles, mana-
ger de Louis, dijo que ste "se
encuentra en buena formatan
buena como antes de sus dos
ltimas peleas".
Reidos juegos
present la Liga
de la Universidad
Interesantes resultaron loa
partidos de vollbol y ojsket'call
celebrados este fin de semana
por la Liga Interna de la Uni-
versidad de Panam.
Ei sbado el equipo de voll-
bol de la Facultad de Ingenlt.ia
venci al de Educacin por anota
clon de 15 a 9 y 15 a 12. En el
partido de basketball el quinte-
to de la Facultad de Ciencias
Puras se impuso al de Ingenie-
ra por 30 a 26.
En los partidos de ayer do-
mingo el conjunto de la Facul-
tad de Administracin Pblica
y Comercio derrot al de Cln-
elas Puras por 15 a 9 y 15 a 5
En los juegos de basketball
los muchachos de Derecho ga-
naron tn una forma apretada
a los de Administracin por 51
a 41, mientras que el equipo de
la Facultad de Medicina se Im-
puso al de Educacln por
67 a 29
Estos Juegos se desarrollan en
el gimnasio del Instituto Nacio-
nal y numerosos fanticos si-
guen con Inters los desarrollos.
Con gran actuacin
(tilintaron en la
justa de la. divisin
Por BETO TEJADA
El Lord Chester! lea logro ;u
seunao Campeonato tn ia
campana Provincial del Basket-
Dan Mayor Masculino, al Impo-
nerse anoche en l uimnasio
Nacional al Mauricio por bu" a
4/. Solo dos derrotas ha sufrido
ei Lord cnesterfleld en lo que
va del torneo para lograr el ti-
tulo, siendo sus dos vencedores
los equipo:. Bam y Mauricio
Aunque ios cigarrilieros tienen
dos juegos pendientes, los re-
suitaaos no afectarn en naia
su posicin de "Campen",Un
basKetbali superior en toao su
aspecto al de .sus rivales ofre-
cieren este ao los "cigarrilie-
ros'. contando con la valiosa
ayuda de Augusto Raymom
Kam, para que ste lograra su
primer campeonato como direc-
tor.r'orman el conjunto Cam-
pen los Jugadores Ricardo San-
tos, Altonso Frazer, Fernando
Tom-, Cecilio Williams y Villo
Prez, siendo ste el "5" princi-
pal, que en unin de las reser-
vas Pedro Zapata, Tommy Ar-
muelles, Perclval Qulntlne, Pa-
tricio Harrison, Luis Ortega, y
Pap Smith completan el team.
Aprovechamos esta oportuni-
dad para felicitar a los nuevos
Campeones.He aqu el cuadro
de anotaciones con el cual lo-
graron el titulo.
"Chesterfield"
A. Frazer (10) 7 114
R. Santos (12) 2 4 12
O. Prez (77) 3 2"* 0 2
Williams (Hi, 9 6 4 3
R. Smith (33) 110 2
F. Tom (4) 2 2 2 1
Numeritos del Torneo Jantzen de Bofos
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
No. de Punta-
Equipo Juegos Puntos Promedio Handicap clon
. G. P. Pct.
Caf Duran ...... 8 6684 743 104 0 3 .TO
Philip Morris..... 9 6557 729 114 .93 .750
Imp. Selecta ..... 9 6525 725 116 7 5 .663
Entrometidos..... 9 6943 771 86 6 6 .500
Pinocho .......... 9 6774 753 98 6 6 .500
Flan Royal ....... 9 6700 744 104 6 6 .500
ptica Sosa ....... 9 6808 766 89 5 7 .417
Teatro Tropical .. 9 6770 752 98 5 7 .417
Taller Sousa...... 9 6071 675 150 4 8 .333
Novatos .......... 9 5635 626 182 3 9 .250
LOS CINCO GRANDES
PROMEDIO LINEA MAS ALTA SERIE MAS ALTA
Nombres J. P. Nombres Puntos Nombres Total
J. Damin 9 173 J. Padilla 233 J. Padilla 567
J. Padilla 9 166 R. Samaniego 220 G. McGeachy 542
A. de Jann 9 161 E. Burrell 209 J. Damin 540
A. Flstonich 9 161 R. Lombana 202 RLombana 524
A. Arango 6 161 C. Brln 201 C. Barba 523
(No Incluye el luego de anoche)
UN BESO PARA WALCOTT
Harrison (44) 10 0 0
0 15
0 5
0 6i
1 22,
0 2
0 8
0' 2
Totales 25 16 8 14 60
"Mauricio"
E. Sonell (5) 4 10 0
Arosemena (18 3 6 2 5
II. Minott (4) 4 3 1 1
D. Turner (10) 1 0..0 0
J. Ayala ill) 2 4 0 1
C. Cumber. (9) 1 0 0 1
Re villa (12) 2 3 14
H. Red (6) 4 113
0 8
1 8
1 9
0 2
0 4
0 2
0 5
0 9
Totales 23 18 5 15 2 48
Sustituciones (Chester) 2 Mau-
ricio) 6 Descanso (Chester) 3
(Mauricio) 3,Arbitros: Ger-
mn Roa y Manuel Cardales,
Anotadores, Luis Coutt y Too
Gordon Jr., Cronometristas, Jo-
s del C. Crelo y Santiago Ri-
vera. Gimnasio Nacional.
Panam, 13 de Agosto de 1951.
Graddy Hatton se
fractur el dedo
pulgar el sbado
CINCINATTI. Agosto 14 (UP)
Los Rayos X revelaron ayer
que Graddy Hatton. tercera ba-
se de los Rojos de Cinclnattl
sufri una fractura del dedo
de la mano derecha y no po-
dr jugar durante varias se-
manas.
Hatton sufri una fractura
en e,l octavo eDsodio del Juego
celebrado el sbado contra los
Cardelanes de San Luis.
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Para Presupuestos
de Pintura
llame a
Vicente Parada
Pintor Contratista
Avenid* l'cru No. 11
Til. 2-2672
Jersey Joe Walcott, el nuevo
campen del mundo de peso |
completo, es besado por su es-,
nosa frente al Ayuntamiento de
(aniden. New Jersey, donde se
congregaron millares de perso-
nas para felicitarlo.
Ese veterano del ring que
tiene 37 aos, dijo: "Le prome-
t al Seor que si ganaba, de-
dicara mi vida a la juventud 1
de los Estados Unidos. Manten-
dr esa promesa. Estoy pronto
a avudar en su obra a las or-
ganizaciones de la juventud".
Desde el jueves podr usted
ver cmo pudo llevar a cabo
esta Ilusin el nuevo Campen
del mundo, cuando el Teatro
Cecilia, presente la pelea ms
discutida de todos los tiempos:
Jersey Joe Walcott vs Eizard
Charles.
Red Panamericana
tiene los
meiores programas
PERITOS IN AUTOMOTORES CONCURREN . .
Para mayor potencia motrizdecdase por
CHAMPION
"Eximan la ltima gota de potencia . ", ticrib*
H. C AGARWAL dt la M.K.J. Transport Com.
pony, Bombay. "... o la ltima gota de combustible.
Y usted pueda estar saguro de obtener mucho mayor
kilometraje con un nuevo luego de Champion. He
aqu otra razn por la cual me gustan tanto: amos he
hallado buja de encendido mes eficiente."
Predilectas del mundo entero
por ms de un cuarto de siglo
Tenemos

el surtido ms extenso de
CAMISAS

ARROW
17 modelos de N
camisas blancas!
19 modelos de
camisas en colores!
en tallas desde el 13 al 20
VEA NUESTRAS VITRINAS ------
LA PARISIN
AVENIDA CENTRAL 113 PANAMA
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