The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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i morning at Balboa Heglts.

Mr Jop .Program Climaxes

Wesf Indian ,'m Week'

Ximaxia week of observ- wis of fti t West Indian ComMn
amr4 clvillthn and mill- morativ$ Stamp-James MOl
taryn the West I dian shall, CHief; Postal, Customs, an
Stam precltion Exercises Immigraton Division. *
ar6 ed fo 5 p.m. today at Pe tattoo toloN
t. i. w. eaterman-Cecil 1 Sm
o ration .has MBR
been y the West In- Selection-olon fir *gaM
dian C s a gesture of Band.
apreclat to Governor ra- Goodwill esa Zomp th
cisK. Newc ier and George W. West Indles--Te t. R Mt
Westerman-tor their efforts to- signor. Dr. Gladstone 0. Wbi
ward the IssUance by the Canal C ancellor of the Vicarlate ip Ja
Zone of th* West Indian stamip maica, B. W. I.
whicli wentn sale this morning. Selection-U. Army Band.
at all post offices. Address to Governor Francis I
Graham A. Lewis of the Atlan- Newcomer-Wlftred M. Maleft
tic sde,". purchased the first Presentation of Scroll to Omv
tam at 7:30 a.m. when the Bal- ernor Newcomer-N a than A
boa Heights Post Offlc opened. Reid.
On handto maKe the sale was Address-0Govrnor Fra n c
James Marshall, chief of the Poe- K. Newcomer.
tal, Customs and Immigration Selection-V. f. Army Band.
Division. Benediction-T he a
, Paific alders taking martin to- Monsignor Dr. Pil, Bemie
day's ceremony at Mt. Hope are Charge d'Affaires of theloly S
arriving via special train from in Panmi.
Balboa Heights. Atheu
An; hdur g concert by the France: Colon lire Brigad
U. S. Army BAnd and the Colon Band.
Fire Brigade Band is to precede Great Britain: U. S. Army.
today's ceremonies presided over Republic of Panama: -Colo
by Chairmazi Wilfred M. Mal- Fire Brigade Band.
colm, a Colon business man. United States of America: UJ
Dur4N* th L10 years of Canal Army Band. -
constructionby the United States ..
some- 31,071 West Indians came Ims- ni
to the Isthmus to take part in remen S DBall
the hugfeptojhtt.' *
Issuance o the postage stamp Planned By Zonian
commemorat e contrlbu- For the first time tA the hil
tlons of th W t Indians has at- story of the Panama an
tracted attention In the United Local 13 of the Balboa Inter
States, and throughout the ,Car- national Associaton of' i
Ibbean S.eka. ,Fi terms_ have .planned a fie

Amoeig those who have sent fel-
icitations are Frank H. Wang, ex-
executive secretary of the Canal
organization W. Algernon Craw-
ford, a member of thle Barbados
House of AaMmbly, and the Gov-
ernors of the following British
Commonwealth areas-Jamaica,
Windward Islands, Leeward Is-
lands, Ttla4hd and Tobago,
Georgetown and British uana.
This aftel ns program fol-
Band Concet-4:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Fire iradBand
-Inset Inter.tlonal Bon
ScoutI er General Fran-w
cs X -overno .of the
PresentatUn of "1Od-Timers"
to Governot-'Arthur B. Willims.
InvocatliUl-The Ven. A. P.
NightengalWe,BE, Archdeacon of
Panama ...
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men's Ban this year.
The affair has been set for
the El Panama Hotel Nov. 9,
with dancing, from 8 p. m. un-
til the last couple leaves. .
Reason for thenight, which
Is planned to be made into an
annual affair, is to create a
Firemen's Benevolent Associa-
A floor shbw, dar prizes and
spot preswill be ong te
attractions for the sBal
Tickets are on sale now at 92
Canal Zone ire station and
from all firemen.
Broken Comanniuctionm
Hinder Earthiuake Aid
Crumpled rail lines and a
todayy held u relief tw
uncounted vo ag so e-
ond earthquake 11 .
tet M dead s$ad 1 i
= in centna am j
- I .

Iran's I-Point

Demands Halt

Oil Dis* mission

TIHBRAN A 15 (UP)-Iran
today lhande4d retain a three-
p unt Utmatui which stalled
ussion-of B tain's proposals
for .resuming th flow of Iran's
Ianian vice- premier Hussein1
Paem said Britain ust accept
B w e*p o s: th'
1) Brlt must buy the oil
ftem the Iranisk National Oil
3) Iran will' decide on the
amount of compensation to be
aid to the former Anglo-Iranian,
Oil Company, which Iran has na-
"3) Britsh empoyes must re-
main on duty at e huge Aba-
dan refinery.
Fatemi compaianed that the
British proposals advanced at to-
da's oil discussions by the lead-
r o the rtsh negotiating team
EUhard. jokes were nothing
to ,the original British pro-
pos r ed to Iran through
ent Truman's special en-
yoy, roving ambaSsador W. Aver-
ill arrian, wbq brought the

d~ega tn will not anrty ac-
count lscu any matt'e. re-
4rardin ol nationallzatidf Sless
Britaidiaccepts our three points.
We have nothing further to say."
The ta'ks have not broken
down, Further meetings are
Stokes proposed that the Iran-
ian Ntional Oil Company suc-
ceed toe Anglo-Iranian Oil Com-
pany 1i the control of Iran's .oil
'He proposed, however, that
Britain and Iran form a Joint
purchasing organization which
would supervise the reliningf dis-
tribution and shipping of the oil
and ensure its continuous flow.

Demand for t Day

Wl C(ovrs Exceeds

Advance Estimates
The new West Indian ten-cent
stamp which went o sale today
in Canal Zone post offices is pop-
ular with philatelists and stamp
About 4,000 first day covers had
been processed up to today and
there were about 500 requests for
mint or uncancelled stamps.
The orders were above expecta-
tions 'and it was expected that
first day sales would be heavy.
The new issue, of about 500,000
stamps, commemorates the con-
tribution of West Indians to the
building of the Panama Canal. It
shows a group of laborers at work
in Culebra-now OGallard-Cut.
- All envelopes bearing the pew
stamp mailed from any Canal
Zone post office today were
marked "First Day of Islue."
In addition to the sales at post
offices, the stamps are to be sold
this afternoon at the Mount Hope
Stadium, where a special appre-
ciation ceremony is scheduled.
Cancellation equipment was also
set up at the stadium and sales
were to be made from about 3 to
6:30 p.m. In the afternoon.
Envelopes with special cachets
for the new stamp have been on
sale at Clubhduses and at the Sta-
dium. The special cachet was pre-
pared by the Caribbes 8Stamp
Club in collaboration with the
Cristobal Stamp Club.,
Albanian Officia
Shift I 4 Uneasy Land
LONDON, Aug. 3-6.rP)-Al-
bania's Communist r and
Dictator, General Honha,
has lost Moscow's fafl. and has
surrendered all into the
bands of Me med ehu, Al-
bania's new strong .man and
Minister of the Ineter.
Armed revolts rhpoIMdl flare
weekly in the dhlmtented
L-mtfy. '- .* '' d

Ecuador Crowds (pther In Plaza,

k Governmellnt bn Per Dispute
QUITO, Aur. 15 (U_)}. e'6,000 Eeuadorians gath-
ered last night in the PlP aMayor bhre in another de-
monstration of patriotic i ty with thee government
in the current border dispw *With Peru. ,
A Catholic priest add-ed the crowd oAt euadorlan-
Peruvian relations. He apealed for calm firmness in
dealing with the Iltuatton.
Despite the fervor of orators stressing the theme that
Ecuador was ready to repel aggression, the croWd remain-
ed calm.
The same ea mnes appeared to prevail in Lima and
other parts of Peru.
The Peruvian Government charged that its consulate
at Guayaquil had been attacked by "unthinking mobs"
and demanded satisfactioI from Ecuador, and a guar-
antee against repetitlon.
A Guayaquil dispatch says a group of street urchins
tried to break into the Peruvian consulate there but suc-
ceeded only in removing the nameplate, which the police
later recovered.
In Santiago It wase announced that the Chilean Gov-
ernment, at the behest of the Peruvian amsibador, has
agreed to call conferepe offthe United State. Argen-
tna as and Chle in I de Janero in the near fu-
ture to try to ettle the oador-Peru dispute.

Fellow Freight House Employe

Testifies In Mina Dee Case

Five witnesses testified before
the jury this morning in the
the C.. Z. government vs. a

Tht n men the I hji had.
made themselves more fort.
ble today by removing* ,Jackets
which they wore throughout the
hearings yesterday. All we tense
as they followed the testimony.
First witness called was an
American employee of the Freight
House in Panama, Berntard Dorf-
man, who briefly outlined his du-
He said the safe in the office
was only 10 feet from DXLa Ossa's
When cross-examined by De-
fense Counsel, Woodrow de Cas-
tro. Dorfman said "The combin-
ation of the safe was given to me
on a slip of white paper by De La
Ossa, so that I could open it."
He stated that there has ne-
ver been any ill feeling between
Mrs. Dee and himself.
Dorfman said that of the three
copies receipts, the
original Is given ,to the person
who makes payment, a copy went
to Mrs. Dee for her monthly re-
port, and a triplicate copy re-
mained in the book which was
kept in her office for filing.
Dorfman, who usually accom-
panied Mrs. Dee to the Balboa
Heights. Administration Building
three times a week when she
turned in the cash remittances,
stated he did not know how
much money she was remitting
on these occasions.
"Who had access to the bills-
of-lading file?" De Castro asked.
"The custodians of the files
were twq men, but De La Ossa
and myself had access to them at
any time. Mrs. Dee did not in
the normal course of business
need to use them."
"Was the receipt of storage
charges always reflected in
"But in a few cases, it was
authorized by the local agent to
compute it in kilos?"
"Then the -receipt did not re-
flect the true state of affairs?"
There were some occasions
when, a request for, refund was
made directly to the Treasurer.
Dorfman signMified that it was
his duty also to supervise re-
funds. His procedure was to ve-

signee or his agent presented
himself to protest charges.
, Sometime shipments were
short-shipped,. then Iwk-otild
mark the storage reeelp' to in'
dicate that.
In some cases, he said, when
there was a question of weight,
he would make a notation on
the bill of lading and it would
be presented to the cashier.
De la Qssa was also authoriz-
ed to make refunds:
"Were the refunds made some-
times because of preferred cus-
tomers?" de Castro asked.
Assistant District Attorney R.
K. Hazzard objected. The ques-
tion was then rephrased:
"It -is true that the refund
was made because of the identi-
ty of the customer rather than
other factors involved?"
"Not to my knowledge."
"Are you acquainted with a
firm in Panama called Alfaro
and Company?"
"Is it true that charges were
refunded them because they
claimed their truck remained
out of doors? But is it also true
that at one time a tire and
wheel were missing from one of
their trucks, and they made no

Daniels .To Address
Panama Rotary Club
The Panama Rotary Club
will have as its guest speaker
this week W. A. Daniels, Super-
intendent of Telephone for
Compania Panamefia de Fuerza
y Luz, Panama, whose talk will
center on the recently installed
telephone system here. The
meeting will be held at the "El
Panama" Hotel tomorrow at
12:15 p. m.

UN Suggests

2-Man Teams

To End Talks

PEACE CAMP, Aug. 15 (UP) -
The United Nations high com-
mand today proposed to the Com-
munist negotiators in Kaesong
that a two man subcommittee
be named in an attempt to break
the 15-day deadlock over the fix-
ing of an armistice line in Korea.
The Reds are-expected to reply
to the proposal tomorrow.
Chief United Nations negotia-
tor United States Vice Admiral
C. Turner Joy made the propos-
al today at the 25th ceasefire
meeting In Kaesong.
Chief Communist negotiator
North Korean General Nam II
showed unusual Interest in it. He
asked for a written copy of the
proposal, to study overnight.
The two members of the sub-
committee would be each limited
to two aides, and would work
without the glare of publicity.
There are hints that if the
Reds agree tb the formation of
such. a subcommittee the mati
ceasefire talks may be recessed.
The oeds have repeatedly re-
.fused to disaess other items on
the arit ce talee nda till the

*he JOy made hia aifempt at
compromise the "Voice of ,the
United Nations" radio broadcast
a warning to Korea from Tokyo
that if the Reds choose war in-
stead of peace "their soldiers will
be -met by the fury of the weap-
ons of the United Nations forces."
The broadcast said that if ne-
cessary the Urilted Nations forces
will continue the mission of "de-
stroying or driving out of Korea
those forces which now seek to
deny to the Korean people their
right of self-determination.
"United Nations troops will re-
main in Korea till the Korean
people are free of the threat of
foreign military domination and
political pressure."

goodbyee, My Fancy'

Tkickets 6o On Sale

Friday In Diablo
Tickets will be placed on sale
for the Theater Guild's presen-
tation of "Goodbye, My Fancy,"
the comedy Broadway audiences
took a fancy to for over a year,
at the Diablo Clubhouse lobby,
on Friday through Tuesday, Aug.
17-21, from 6 to 9 p.m. They may
also be purchased at the box of-
fice on the nights of the produc-
tion, Aug. 22 and 23.
Joan Bentz will be seen as the
romantic Congresswoman, act-
ing the role created on Broadway
by Madeleine Carroll, and later
played by Ruth Hussey and Ann
Jerry Barone will portray the
lady's hard-boiled and practical
secretary. Adolfo Arias Espinosa
will be the opportunistic head of
the college, and Richard Lanz-
ner will play the wordly-wise
photographer. The play is direct-
ed by Gene Simpson.


OAK RIDGE, Tenn., Aug. 15 (UP) Hiroshima '
Nagasaki would seem only trial runs compared to on at
mic bomb dropped on New York, Son Francisco, Chic*i-g,
or Boston, Civil Defense Chief Millard Caldwell 'sw
Yet, he said, the public still has. not been told l~w
to avoid panic, "like a bunch of sheep," when the big
blast comes.
Russia not only has the bomb, but can deliver it to
any of the above major cities, and others, if it wants to,
Caldwell told a seminar of 100 newspapermen at this atoe
mic energy birthplace. "We can't stop them," he said,.
It would be a war to the death, Caldwell warned, yel
the "fumbling and fiddling" in Washington over defipu
education. has made him sometimes want to give uphis

"The shocking, the startling
thing is the numbing effect of
seeing half a million people
dead," Caldwell said.
A bomb attack would be felt in
every American community, he
added, although the drop might
only be made on a west or east
coast metropolis.
He estimated as many as 100,-
000 persons might be killed in any
target city and the 1945 attacks
on Japan would pale by compar-
Civilian defense amounts to
"the biggest job of education ever
undertaken in this world," Cald-
well said.
Yet Washington "officialdom,"
including Congr@s and the De-
fense Dertniesit, has failed to
take the ubll_ Into its cohfl-
d one. CaMweu i1*6
The "fiddling and fumbling."
he added, has made it difficult
to obtain competent civil defense
personnel and he has frequently
become discouraged qver the job.

"I keep my hat nekr. the doos
and I have a willingness aqoWl-
time to put it on," he said. .- ..
"It's time for someone -t?![-'
country to say to John Doe latt
we can't win without him, ;a*
you can't panic like a t n 1h -
sheep, cluttering up the st1f~t4
and highways and stoppt1fthi
fire trucks, if a bomb falls on v,
York. Chicago, Washlngto01I'zt
San Francisco. "
"The Defense Departmera'ai
Congress has never said weviLI
the public to win," Caldw$laid.
"But civil defense is with 4*
and will be with us as.long .a
there is a need for Deofense -
Sumner T. _

varms b River pLint
be converwd to atomic
tion if the hydrogen bomb pt
either unfeasible or too costly.

Shawcross Says Britain l

Needs East Europe TraS
-0 o-

LONDON. Aug. 15 (UP) Sir
Hartley Shawcross, President of
the Board of Trade, said today
that Britain cannot abandon her
trade with Eastern Europe.
He 1iade the declaration in
opening the Cornish Industries
Fair at Truro, Cornwall. -
Shawcross rejected U.S. de-
mands for a complete ban on
trade with the Communist bloc In
Europe, and criticized those
Americans who would try to dic-
tate to Britain with whom she
would trade.
Trade embargoes wQuld not end
Communism, he declared.
"I beg our American friends to
realize that if we have trading
relations with Communist coun-
tries as well as with the United
States it is no indication of dis-
loyalty to the common cause of
freedom and democracy and
peace which both our countries
are pledged to defend.
"Just as Americans recognize
that trade between Japan and
Communist China is a normal
pattern in the Far East. so trade
between East and West Europe
has always been a regular and
important feature of Europe's
"It has made available to the
West the great grain resources of
Eastern Europe, timber from the
forests of Russia, coal from the
mines of Poland, food from the
farms of Hungary, Poland and
the Baltic states.

"In return, Eastern Europe ,
secured raw materials whi t It
lacked and manufactures from
the industrial resources of We*t
ern Europe.
"To deprive each part of Eu-
rope of the resources of the oth-
er wilt not put an end to Com-
munism it may merely depre4W
the economic welfare of both
parts without giving either side
any relative advantage."
Britain had banned 250 items
from export to the Commn ist
bloc in Europe, but could not *,
gree with the United States oMt
the strategic value of some other
materials like rubber.
He said Britain would continue
shipping limited amounts of rub-
ber to Russia in exchange for
Russian timber. The ban on ruk-
ber to Communist China still
Shawcross explained Britain's
dilemma thus:
She must export to survive ald
to pay for the 60 per cent of he
foodstuffs which come from a-
To stay off the financial roite
she must keep her gold and dol1S
reserves high. She currently fce.
es a deficit in dollars, so cannoto
increase her imports from the
United States.
She must have grain and tim.
ber and other products. -
"From where else can we ob-
tain them, except Eastern li -
rope? "

$200,000,000 Estate Left By Hearst;

Bulk Of Wealth Is Labeled For Charity

rifi the facts when the con- BEVERLY HILLS, California,
Aug. 15, (UP) William Ran-
dolph Hearst, founder and head
St I wiSter of the Hearst publishing empire,
who died here yesterday aged 88,
Hits. I M.P.H. left an estate valued at more
Le oa than $200,000,00 according to his
In LeewardIsles will filed for probate.
He will be buried in San Fran-
MIAW A. 1ig. (UP). The clso tomorrow.
first hurricane a the 1951 sea- Hearst died quietly today from
son, with wtN y o 100 m.p.h., the infirmities of old age, leaving
SrepOat 2 in -e Leeward Is- most of his wealth for religious
land, about ites east of and educational purpose,
Martinique. The founder and chief of the
It is moving northwest at publishing empire bearing hs
about 15 m..h. name died at his home here at
Hurricane warning are hoist- 11:50 a.m. He had been IU for four
ed from Martinique to Antigua, year ts onal cou
and storm wamin for the S0art s personal counsel, Hen-
lmana.-R of hJeard I- ry MacKay. Jr., announced
lands. -. ..-.. tht the Hearst enterprism would

be carried on by the publisher's
five sons and lifetime associates.
MacKay said they would "be
guided by the principles and po-
licies he so wisely and ably es-
MacKay disclosed that Hearst's
wealth would go chiefly to char-
"As will be shown by his last
will and testament when it is filed
for probate, he leaves the bulk of
his estate for the benefit of his
fellow Americans for charita-
ble. religious, educational, liter-
ary. scientific and public purpos-
The attorney, a close friend of
Hearst. said "the world has lost
its greatest publisher-editor and
America one of its outstanding
citizens and patriots."

Official announ cement of
Hearst's death was sent out by
one of his sons, William Randolph
Hearst, Jr., to publishers and ed-
itors of Hearst newspapers.
The announcement pledged
that the Hearst newspapers
would be operated "as he guided
"It is with profound sorrow
that I and my brothers apprise
you of the passing of our beloved
father," the statement said. ask-
ing the Hearst executives to con-
vey to readers the brothers'
pledge to carry on "In the tradi-
tion of his life which was dedica-
ted to the best interests of the
American people "
Present when Hearst passed a-
way at his home here were hi'
five sons and two of the top exe-

citives of his publishing organti
nation, Martin S. Huberth, chair-
man of the board and Richard..
Berlin, president of the Heah*
The publisher's physician, D.
Myron Prinsmetal, was summnI-
ed when the publisher began
sink in -the morning. .-
The doctor issued a stateMbt
about two hours after He
death which said: ,
"Mr. William Randolph Hesa%
Sr., enjoyed robust health
approximately four year
when he became subject to
ailments of advanced age.
eencty-he suffered several
bral vascular acel d a n4
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Occasional aullns to New Orlea and Moabile.
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Crist6bal to New Orleans via Arrives

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8.S. "SANTA BARBARA" ......... Sails Crlat6bal, Aug. 20th
8.8. "SANTA CECILIA" .........Sails Crist6bal, Aug. 27th

;*J,. "'ANTA JUANA" .............Due Balboa, Aug. 16th
M.S. "GUNNER'S KNOT" ............Due Balboa, Aug. 22nd.

M.S. "COASTAL NOMAD" ........Sails Crlst6bal, Aug. 22nd
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Asiatic Animal

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1,$ Depicted S Lecture
animal platform
9 Sudaese 6 Ages
Ne gSid -7 East Indies
egroid (ab.)
10 Operatic solo 8.Coarse.
I IJor, I lI Storehouse
13 It is native 12 Staggers
to and 14 Accomplish
southern Asia 16 Military 1
15 Tree fluid assistant
18 Beverage 17 Hammer head
19 Opposed to 24 Heavy blow
I lee 25 Canvas shelter
20 Pastry 26 Poker stake
i1 An (Scot) 27 Mournful
22 From sound
23 Scheme
26 Prayer ending I
28 Domestic slave
39 Negative reply
30 Chiefpriest of
S; a shrine /
81 Job
. 84 Injured
86 Grafted (her.)
37 Any
38 Whirlwind
39 Tear
41 Bowling term
146 Highmount
147 Greek letter
S48 Impetuous -
S49 Footlike part 3A
S50 Toothed wheel -
S52 Painful //
S54 Gaelic
So Former 1
'Russian ruler
I Bewildered
3 Symbol for
3 Flower.

Samuel Smug!

amuel Smug Is smart. 's true,
If yeos were he. you would be toot
ftm ea always find good buys,
1 secret is to advertise!

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eruption or ruh eame you almost un-
bearable duffring, STOP 8CRATCH-
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L. Lven end ............................Sept. 3
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New York Freight Service Cristbanl
S.S. Maya......................................Aug. 18'
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................Aug. 21
S.S. Cape Avinof ...............................Sept. 1
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Planes-Arrivals ad Departus

Shipping & AiLTne News

BOAC Flies Into Blaek New tS Maritime CommUi~ oni
British Overseas Airways Cor- Veasl Transited Canal .
portion in the three months A- The Schuyler Otis Bland, a
pril through June this year ran new ship making her first voy-
up the first quarterly operating age. transited the Canal yester-
profit of its 11 year history. day en route to Los Angeles and
The three months operations the far ast, from New York. The
yielded a $113,600 profit, new type ship is the forerunner
Over this year BOAC hopes to of a standard style which Is still
do $8,520,000 better than last In the experimental stage. Own-
year. ed by the U.S. Maritime Com-
,The financial improvement Is misalon, the ship is being oper-
the payoff for the streamlining ated bythe American Pre dent FRECEL AN TO UINDS
BOAC has undergone since 1948. Line. Local agent, Panama A-
The fleet has been made more agencies believes this ship wil be
compact, and now comprises 70 watched with great interest by aTiy.
four-motored, fully pressurized both domestic and foreign ship- INT A
machines, ping companies. 9 A
These are providing an annual p op
ton-mileage capacity of 170,000,-
000, compared to the 91,009,000 Grace Line Ship
ton-miles achievable with BOAC's Arrives Tomorrow
1948 fleet of 138 planes of var- The 8.8. Santa Isabel will
lous sorts and sizes. transit the Canal tomorrow 6n
Each of BOAC's 16,000 staffers its way to South America from
now "generates" 10,500 ton-miles New York. Among its passengers
annually, compared to the 3,750 are Colonel O'Neil A. Kane, a -
ton miles generated by each of member of the U.S. Military
23,300 staffers In 1948. MIssion to Ecuador, Dr. Jose Hor-
-witz a prominent psychiatrist of
Chile who has been studying in
ISTHMIAN DATA the U.S. under, a fellowshl and
Constantine Kollar, a mem er of
-- the Institute of Inter-American
Births Affairs in Quito. ALLEY OO .
S HENRY, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
0, of Colon, a son, Aug. 7 at the L KEI TOLD- 90IG
Colon Hospital. Q I OZYIKNOW 0rT6
Gamboa, a son, Aug. 8 at Gorgas YOU DONT,0Q... FOR
VALLEE, Mr. and Mrs. H. of
Panama, a son, Aug. 8 at Gorgas JACOB ON I
Hospital. -
GARCIA, Mr. and Mrs. M. of
Panama, a son, Aug. 8 at Gorgas BY OSWALD JACOBY
Hospital. Written for NEA Service
ADAMS, Sgt. and Mrs. A. L. ......
of Quarry Heights, a daughter, '
Aug. 8 at Gorgas Hospital. NORTH 27
CHIAPPETTO, Mr. and Mrs.
C.A. of Panama, a daughter, 6KJ 10
Aug. 8 at Gorgas Hospital. 910 7 2
MILLER, Mr. and Mrs. David 4* e
of Gamboa, a daughter, Aug. 9 at
Gorgas HIbpital. WNaT (D), AST
KATER.,Mr. and Mrs. Hans of 643 'w 68
Panama, a daughter, Aug. 9 at V JS\1 VAK Q9854 BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
Gorgas Hospital. *10 5 4 7S
LANGMAN, Mr. and Mrs. De- *AI0732 *QJ6
rek of Old Cristobal, a daughter, SOUTH AtMM r LoS M M.W1% W
Aug. 9, at Colon Hospital. i A Q99H% %W 4 OOmsh\' A1
HUSON, Mr. and Mrs. John W. 9 Non WW OW TO To
of Margarita, a daughter, Aug. 9 [ AKQJN S0 %X -
a, coloa Hospital. *K9 8 5
LUM, Mr. and Mrs. Edward of n
New Cristobal, a son, Aug. 9 at Both v
Colon Hospital. Wed North ma d oh
CASTILLO, Mr. and Mrs. Pu Ps 4 9 4-N. T.
Manuel of Gamboa, a daughter, Double Pan Pas ouble
Aug. I'0 at Gorgas Hospital. P Pan Pa -
BINNS, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Openiag le d-v a
of La Boca, a daughter, Aug. 10
at Gorgaa Hospital.
ROSAS, Mr. and Mrs. Alfonse
of Panama, a son, Aug. 10 at Gor- The best bridge players very
gas Hospital., seldom get set a catastrophic a-
FEARON, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. mount. That happens to them
of Panama, a daughter, Aug. 10 while they are on the way up the
at Gorgas Hospital. ladder, and by the time they
LONDON, Sgt. and Mrs. R. W. have reached the top they have
of Cocoll, a son, Aug. 10 at Gor- learned how to stay out of really CAPTAIN EAST nwiniw
gas Hospital. hot water. The rare exception Is
OWENS, Mr. and Mrs. Robert the sort of thing that gladdens
0. of Old Cristobal, a daughter, the heart of the average bridge McTI PLMlNE' SBERY. "
Aug. 11. at Gorgas Hospital. player. WD WOMATK W MI AT
MIGNOTT Mr. and Mrs. E.A. The South player in the hand PANT. Bi E M4A
of Panama, a daughter, Aug. 11, shown today was Harry Fishbein, TO Cw C Tw' TP IE
at Gorgas Hospital. winner of a dozen national cham-
LYTTLE, Mr. and Mrs. Ward pionships and widely known al-
of Diablo, a son, Aug. 11, at Gor- so as one of the best practical rQ
gas Hospital. players of the day. This was one
WADE, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. of time, however, when he wasn't so
Gamboa, a son, Aug. 12 at Gor- practical.
gas Hospital. Certainly there was nothing
WARREN, Mr. and Mrs. K. A. wrong with his bid of four no-
of Curundu, a daughter, Aug. 12 trump. This is a conventional
at Gorgas Hospital. bid. meaning "Partner-bid your
OLIVARES, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. best suit. We're safe at the level
of Panama, a daughter, Aug. 12 of five even if you have a very
at Gorgas Hospital. weak hand."
GRAHAM, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Where West dug up his double
of Balboa, a son, Aug. 12 at Gor- of four no-trump is one of the
gas Hospital. unsolved mysteries of the year.
H*--- It was quite meaningless for it
Swas a cinch (or was it?) that the VIC FLINT
Deaths opponents wouldn't dream of
ISAACS, Reynold, 71, of Brit- staying in no-trump.
ish West Indies, at Corozal Hos North will remain nameless in THE ARTIFICIAL I
ptal A,.11 ",this account. He is a very good, 'MEII. I' A FAL.5 N
pta Aug. 11.experienced player but some- AL NPIRATON OUTM
n "how or other he missed the HAEPEAE. ADEW
e0 ^ .^ : meaning of the four no-trump 3- F
bid. He should have jumped to :
six spades on the theory that his
hand should be good for that bid 7
if a very weak hand would be *: '
good enough for five spades. (, -
When North passed, Fishbein
S should have scented danger. He W
l-- should have bid five diamonds,
Sbexpecting North to go to five .
SSpades if he had long spades and
short diamonds.
As it happened, however. Fish-
bein was positive that his part-
ner understood the meaning of j .moo.
being didn't want to bid five dia-
rmonds because possibly five clubs OUR BOA DING BOUSI ....
was the best spot. Hence he re-

Sofseve hf a d thraclubs ARE POLLING PRLM- i* .'LL
i They scored mere matter of I 4WElT lR/LAL FOLK COM4 C
4000 points.If North had bid six T D
j f- spades, the profit would have 495TIODM-TH_ S 6URiT Ul
been 1430 points so the full ATM f >
swing of this hand was 5430 -OREIG POLIC'f 'TH/ T A'


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With Reds AsI Frd o. Threat

WASHINGTI, e 15 (UP) P&lient Trumn
asserted last a ;ktt reO~ng shA ne rs" '
including soli.e i'tC "Si it .. a i
campaign of chbracer ai... i crbed free
speech and i "'thrateoii ffur other fi donm.'
Mr. Truman imWlu ckhtre in I peech dedi-
cating the new Washington headquarters of tie American
Legion. He urged the veterans to take the laid in meet-
ing what he termed "one of the gretet challenges we
faci today." ,, i
He said those, participating in the alleged campaign
are "chipping away at our basic freedoms jint aq insidi-
ously and far pore effectively than the Conmunists."
Their aim, he add", is to moke people afraid to stand
up against thken and their ideas.

"You can set an example, of
fair play." the President told the
"You can raise yit voices h-
gainst hysteria. to. can expose
the rotten motives of those peo-
ple who are trying to divide -us
and confuse us and tear tip the
Bill o f Rights."
While he mentioned 7 names,
Mr. Truman's blast piouslyy
was aimed at Sen. Joseph R. Mc-
Carthy, R.. Wis.. and his support-
ers In and out of Congress. Asked
about- the President's targets, a
White House aide demanded to
know If "the speech had to be
McCarthy. who accuses the
Chief Executive of being soft to-
ward Communismn. touched off
last year's controversial Commu-
nists in Government tnquIry
which later figured prominently
in several key Senate races in tlh
1950 off-year elections,
The Wisconsin senator renew-
ed his drive last week by charg-
ing in a senate speech that Am-
bassador-at-large Philip C Jes-
sup and 25 other State Depart-
ment employes had been charg-
ed with "Communist, activity."
Mr. Truman said, that "scare-
mongers and hatemongers" are
"filling the air with the most ir-
responsible kinds of accutiflons
against otWhie'people" in an ef-
fort to conviiee the public "that
our Government is riddled with
Communtim ad corruption."
The Mt said the rear
facts are that "we ha*e the fin-
est and most loyal body of civil
servants in the world" and that
the Administration hos been
weeding out the few disloyal in-
divlduals and will continue to
do so.
Noting that the Legion's cons-
titution pledges the organization
to foster 100 per cent American-

fair play, Wr opportunity to all
and liberty but not license.
He then added that the nation
now is defending those freedoms

against the menace of Commun-
Ist "spies and saboteurs" at
home and against the mounting
threat of Red aggression abroad."
"But Americanism also is un-
der another kind of attack," he
"It is being 'undermined by
some people in this country who
are loudly proclaiming that they
are Its chief defenders.
"These people have attacked
thq basic principle of fair play
that underlies our Constitution.
"They are trying tQ create fear
and suspicion among us by the
use, of slander, unproved accu-
sations and just plain lies."
The President denounced this
as "an old.Communist trick in
"Everybody in Russia lives in
fear of being called an anti-Com-
munist," he said. "For once that
charge ik. made against anybody
in Russiar-nb matter what the
facts are-he is on the way out.
"In a dictatorship, everybody
lies in fear and terror of being,
denounced and slandered. Nobo-
dy dares stand up for his rights.
We must never let such a c ndi-
tion come to pass In this country.
"Yet this Is exactly what the
scaremongers and hatemongers
are trying to bring about. Char-
acter assassination is their
stock In trade. Guilt by asso-
ciation is their metto. They
have created such a wave of
fear an uncertainty that their
attacks on our liberties go al-
most unchallenged.
"Many people are growing
frightened and frightened
people don't protest."
The Chief Executive urged the
legionnaires to_"'stop and 'think
where this is leading us." '
"The growing practice of char-
acter assassination is already,
curbing tfr6e 1pch and it,
b ft"r1 fre1
"I dt esay therk are people
here today who have reached the
point where they ar afraid to ex-
plore a new idea."

Government Will Tighten

Defense Tax Concessions
U,- O0O

-The' bGovrnment's multi-bil-
lion dollar rapid tax write-off
plan Tofdlefense plant expansion
has b' stusiended for 60 days,
effectie Saturday, to -permit a
genera tightening of program
The action: was taken by De-
fense Mobilizer Charles E. Wil-
son who also ordered a review to
determine how much of the .tax
concessions to defense plants ac-
tually are financed by the Gov-
ernment in the form of higher
prices for the things it buys.
He included the instructions in
a letter to Defense Production.
Administrator Manly Fleisch-
mann, who actually adrhinisters
the taxplan under Wilson's over-
all direction.'

pension programs because of the
material scarcities .
While he did not say so, others,
may decide against such projects
on grounds they would be risky
without the tax benefits.
Arthur Smithies, a consultant
to Wilson, said the suspension
should meet the criticism of a
House Executive Expenditures
Subcommittee which cha r g e d
that tax concessions had been.
granted without due study.
The lawmakers 'particularly
criticized NPA for approving tax
concessions for a multi-million
firm in Pennsylvania when spon-
sors of the plant intended to put
up only $600 personally. The ap-
proval late was withdrawn.
T-.---.- CUS1 A ...M..

Under the program, the gov- i[man1,1 i ltia ey1
ernment permits firms building t
additions for defense production
to write off the costs for tax, pur-nts To
poses over five years instead of
the customary 20 to 25 years. MlomI- -'
This reduces the tax liability of Minneso Primar
the companies for those years.
Such firms also are permitted WASHINGTON, Aug. 15 (UP)
to use the rapid higher rates in -President Truman yesterday
establishing the price of goods gave his strongest hint yet that
they sell to the government. In' he will be a candidate for re-
World War II, by contrast, they election in 1952 when he offered
were allowed to use only the nor- no objection to having his name
mal amortization rate in setting entered in Minnesota's Demo-
such prices. cratic Presidential primary nexc.
It was explained that under spring.
the present system a firm which
was allowed to write off the cost At the same time, Sen. Paul
of a $1.000,000 expansion over H. Douglas, D., Ill., who had
five years could figure its amor- been deemed a 'possible op-
tixation at $200,000 a year. ponent of Mr: Truman, moved
It could count this toward Its to take himself out of the run-
total cost of doing business and ning.
Include it as a factor in setting
prices on goods sold the govern- He asked Oregon Democrats
oment. not to put his name on their
Under a 20-year write-off, slate because "I am not and
however, the same firm could in- will not be a candidate."
clude only $50,000 a year in its Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey,
overall busineesp costs. Cbnse- PD., Mimnn., said Mr. Truman re-
quently, it was said, prices charg- plied, "Very fine .thank you,"
ed the government might be when informed that his name
somewhat lower. will appear on the Minnesota
Wilson. said the government ticket.
Bilut decide how much of the ra-
I tax write-offs are reflected in But Humphrey said Mr. Tru-
her government spending for man still refused to say flatly
ods. Be Hsaid the suspension al- that he will run next fall, re-
is heeded because of an "ex- eating that this is a bridge to
tremely tight situation" In steel be crossed later. > .
ad ometr buldtin materials. Humphrey added, however,
So far the Government has that he got the impresion
ted tax coneetown which during a White Sonie vyt
iI let flrmnaaorti over five &hat the President ptlan to tieI
Sl about 70 per oent Wsom=e off aon dn a whistlee ste~;
S AS U S s earmarsea for con- Wo.-country tour to "dscums
tv ajIot 3,179 projects deem- the Issues" with the ptopie.
et esenut todaense. Humphrey quoted Mr. Truman
-ms m~dti',wy m .wresings

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Coc. Baptlsts

Welcoming Two

New Church Workers
Rev. and Mrs. W. Y. Pond,
Jr. have recently moved to the
Isthmus where Rev. Pond will
assume his dutieasas pastor of
the Vocoil Baptist Church, The
couple are under appointment,
of The Southern Baptist Home
Mission Board as missionaries
to the Canal Zone.
The minister and his wife
coe well prepared for their
task He is a native Texan, and
is a graduate of Baylot Univer-
Sity and the Southwestern Bap-
tist Seminary at Fort Worth,
from which Institutions he re-
ceived the bachelor of arts and
the master of theology degrees.-
He has had several years ex-
perience as pastor of Baptist
churches, and just before com-
ing to the Zone he was with
one Of the largest churches in
Louisiana, as associate pastor.
Rev. Pond's father has for many
years been a leader in the
Baptist work of Texas serving
as superintendent of evangel-
ism and as a general evangelist
with the state SdnVerition.
SMrs. Pond is a native of
Greenville, Kentucky, and re-
ceived the bachelor of arts de-
gree fromn Bayjiw Universlty.
did gaMd W in
ious educa a Southb
western Seminary for one and
one-half years; .
The public is cordially invit-
ed to attend the services of the
Cocoli Baptist Church to hear
and meet this couple. Services
are conducted each Lord's Day
at 10:45 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.

Acrosonic Group
Presenting First'
Anniversary Program
The Acroson choral Group of
this city who has won praise for
its m a n y presentations a n d
broadcasts during the past year,
now has a complete sold out of
tickets for its coming program on
Sunday, at 3:30 p.m., in the Paci-
fic Clubhouse Auditorium.
Special features of the even-
ings performance will be Gloria
Henry Soprano, Allan McLeod
- Baritone, and Julia Dunn -
Lyric Soprano to be heard in the
much liked "Italian Street Song"
accompanied by the full chorus.
This group under the. direction
of Reuben 0. Davis will be seen
for the first time in their much
desired and unique uniform.

W. -Y. POND, JR.

Woian Ex-Spy Says Reds

'Used Henry Morgenthau

-Ex-Commmist spy Elizabeth
T. BeMtley tld Senate in-
vestigators, yesterday that form-
er Treasury Secretary Henry
Morgenthau, Jr., was "uncon-
sciously used" by Soviet agents
during World War II.
Miss Bentley, whose revela-
tion to a House Committee
three years ago launched the
nation's lrst big Red spy hunt

Dreding Active
In Cristobal,
Gaillard Cut
Most of the material removed
from the Canal and approaches
during July In main t e n a n c e
operations by the Dredging Divi-
slon was dredged in the Cristobal
Harbor approach channel, where
673.500 cubic yards was removed
bty the pipeline suction dredge

A tota

vision d,
S4 r FnThe '
12 Sal Friay Oubic
On S.S. Ancon Cascada
yards fr,
The B.S. Ancon will leave the by the
Isthmus Friday with 162 'pPa- widen C-
sengers, according to the ad-
vwnce passenegr list from the The M
Panama Line office at Balboa tinue w,
heights. Harbor
Among the passengers on this the Atla
sailing will be Ralph Chittick, out Augi
who has resigned as Balboa Ma- continuE
gistrate; John E. Hushing, Unit- Cut and
ed States Marshal for the Canal Thatc
Zone; Dr. Fred Howard, who has the Dred
resigned as pediatrician at Gor- trips a
gar Hospital; and Miss Mary L. month, 4
Patton, Executive Dircetor of the rs and
Canal Zone Girl. Scout Council. -
The complete advance pas-
sehger list follows: rc
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Allen;
Mrs. Gertrude L. Allgaier and Justic,
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. John H, La Boca
Askins; Mr. and Mrs. Preston J. La Boca
Barker and son; Mrs. P.G. Bar- The C
ry; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Barton meant wl
and daughter; Mrs. Querida M. report oi
Berger and two children; and member,
Samuel Berliner. and Jon
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Cal- turday r
cutt; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chit- Boca La
tick and two children; Mrs.
Blanche E. ChoUet; Henry J.
Clancy; Miss Marguerite Culler; Mary L-
Mr. and Mrs. Norman B. DaVison Peters;
David E. Dickson; Mr. and Mrs. two h
Maurice F. Dunn; and Dr. Daniel Randolp
Dwder. Ridge a
r. and Mrs. Edward E Eder; ey T.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Eglinton ley; Mi
an ,daughter; Mrs. Frances El- and Mrs
men1 ad two childreM
no0erWI, and MSi. Thin _L; Schorfra
Flint 'two children; Hlirry B. Miss Jac
Friedliad; Mr. ahd Mrs. Stephen Mrs. Pa.
Fulop; Harry Funk; Miss Lucille Schuster
Funk, and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Marco Gandase- two chi
gui and four children; Mrs. Lo- Smith; ]
rena D. Geiger; Mrs. Est e lle Smith
Goldsmith; Hon. Thomas S. and and Mn
Mrs. Gordon and daughter; Tho- Miss Bei
mas Grossland; Mr. And Mrs. Elvia M,
1Mortimer Grossman; and Mrs. ren.
Esther Guelpa.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Hag- Mrs. V
gerty; Mr. and .Mrs. Charles W. bert Tob
Hammond and two children; Tornquih
Miss Ruth Tampson; Walter M. William
Hartman;. Miss Raquel Henri- Irene Wl
quez; Miss Sara H0iriquez; Dr. R. Youn
Fred H. Howard; John E. Hush-
ing: Mr. and Mrs. C. Roland
Jones and .daughter; .Mrs. Mabel
Kimmel and daughter; Mr. and __s.
Mrs. John W. Kromer; Miss
Louise Labaw; Miss Sylvia Les-
howitz; Mrs. Kathryn Longacre;
and Mrs. Henrietta Lyons.
Miss Gayle MacDonald; Mr. and
Mrs. Frank P. Marczak and son;
Mrs. Florence P. Marsicano; Mrs.
Viola B. Matthews; Mrs. Edna
A. McClain; Robert H. McCoy;
Miss Jessie McGraw; Mrs. Co-
renne M. Mornhinweg; Mr. and
Mrs. Karl S. Moulton; Thomas
W. Mulvihill; and Clifford C.
Miss Betty Jean Newlin; Miss
Florence O'Denlshawn; Mrs.
Agnes Oughton; William J. Park;
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Patten; Miss




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PANAfA 25 & 71 Central Ame..
COLON -Opposite ftM 3.g Statimo

I of 895,400 cubic yards of
1 was dredged by the Di-
uring the month.
Mindi removed 137,500
yards in Cristobal Inner
and the diper dredge
s removed 58,600 cubic
om Gaillard Cut, another
ubic yards was dredged
Mindi on a project to
ulebra Reach.
[indi is scheduled to con-
ork in on 4he Cristobal
Approach Channel and
antic Entrance through-
ust and the Cascadas will
e operations in Gallard
Project No. 13.
her Ferry operaLted by
going Division made 4,381
cross the banal last
carrying 285,744 passeng-
56,025 vehicles.

Dup Meetings
e Lodge of Elks. No. 832
, will meet tonight at the
Lodge-Hall at 7:30.
Committee on Entertain-
ill be on hand to give a
n the get together of the
s honoring Bills Stevens
es which will be held Sa-
night, Aug. 18, at the La
t-teen Club.
. Patton; Miss Ruth L.
and Miss Beatrice Price.
Margaret Randolph and
lldren; Master Nelson
h; Mr. and Mrs. John E.
and two children; Miss
Ridge; Mrs. Helen D. Ri-
ss Caiherine Robinson;
. Ruth K. Romeo and son.
Mary .S an; Mrs. Ernst
,n; 'Miss Hellda Schiff;
qulyn Schofield; Mr. and
i1 M. Schuler; Miss Sadie
*man: Alson Sears; Mr.
s. Charles S. Smith and
ldren; Miss K. Virginia
Mr. and Mrs. Melton B.
and four children; Mr.
s. Stanwood 0. Specht;
atrice Stenger; and Mrs.
. Syres and three child-

Veronica M. Thomas; Ro-
ber; Mr. and Mrs. Carl A.
st; Miss Mary E. Walshe;
A. Wichmann; and Miss
inckler; and Miss Luticia

Always keep gentle
-*the laxative that suits
your convenience in
your medicine chest.
Don't feel sluggish and
miserable. Don't let
headaches spoil your day.
you gentle, speedy relief,
usually within an hour.
tweetens a sour stomach.

and started Alger Hiss on the
road to prison, said she "didn't
want to imply" that Morgen-
thau knowingly took a hand in
Communist plot.
She said the ex-secretary,
now a gentleman-' farmer in
New York State, was "used" by
the late Harry Dexter White,
Morgenthau's Undersecretary of
She said White was an inside
Informant for the Communist
spy network to which she be-
longed from 1939, to 1943.
. The 42-year-old Miss Bentley
said White persuaded his chief
to back' the so-called "Mor-
genthau Plan" for stripping de-
feated Germany of its in-
dustries and turning it into an
agricultural staff.
She said White also talked
Morgenthau into creating an
Information exchange system
between the Treasury and other
government agencies, through
which the Red spies obtained
a lot of information.
Another Informer and "will-
ing tool" *of thie Communist
espionage net, she said, was
former White House aide Lauch-
lin Currie, now an adviser to
the Colombian Government.
She said Currie once tiOped
off Soviet agents that the Unit-
ed States was about to break a
Russian secret code.
She also accused the Institute
of Pacific Relations; a private
research organization specializ-
ing in Far Eastern affairs, of
having been under Communist
Miss Bentley told her story
to 'the Senate Internal Sub-
committee, which Is Investigat-
ing the Institute as part of a
broad inquiry into Communist
influences in Far Eastern pol-
She swore that her Russian
spy boss, Jacob Golos, once told
her the IPR as "as red as a
rose" and "under our control."
Miss Bentley said a fellow-
Communist, Mildred Price, first
told her that the IPR was "one
of our organizations."
"She said that we did not
take it over completely because
the Communists in it operated
too loosely and in the open,"
Miss Bentley recalled. "Also,
they made too many blunders."
Miss Bentley, who says she
quit the Communists after
Golos' death, said she recruited
two IPR associates "anyway-
Duncan Lee, legal aide to Maj.
Gen. William J. Donovan in the
wartime Office of Strategic
Services, and Michael Green-
berg. a former aide to Currie
in the White House.
She .swore Lee gave her in-
formation from the 088 orally
"because .he was frightened to
death about what he -was do-

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Giants Beat Dodgers 4-2 Favorite Over Play; R. Arias Vs. Deblinger

NEW YORK, Aug. 15 The Indianskept their 12 r e Albrook Continue Set
game victory streak intact and remained two-and-one-half IY UNITED PRESS ng play over the past week end,
games in the American League load although thei, closest were announced today by Tour- I
rivals the Yankees and Red Sox scored easy triumphs Bulletin the na n ibaolf Club. rron ace In Pacific OOp Loop
last night after the Indians had edged the Tigers 6-5 in 1 (UP)- lay in the four flights has-
Attn innings. Former Heavyweight Chain- time Sunday at 9:30 but matches LEAGUE IITAMNDIG polntled dwindle and disappear
pion Joe Louis weighed 203 may be played any time before (een m Waif) before the end of the quarter ra
"The Yankees managed to stay NATIONAL LEAGUE pounds In the weigh-in for g hat date by mutual agreemeilt. TEAMS-- Weo nst Pct. the lyer fcme charging back
two and one-half games behind The second place Giants cut ten-round fight tonight with Although the flight comPeul- Albrook ......... 1 .750 beIg t"our field 6al by Don
Sthe Indians when they topped the the Dodgers' lead to eleven and Jimmy Bins. tion s isi, of course, match play all Lincoln Life...... 3 1 .750 Lee to d by ingle point as
Senators, 6-3, in a Washington one-half games by defeating This is the lightest for Louis utts must be dropped for the Royal Crown .... 3 .500 the quarter egn .
contest with a three-run rally in them, 4-2, at the Polo Girounds since he hit the comeback trail first matches In view of the fact Maurfeilo.. ......e 4 .00 The Abroa put the game
the ninth on a single by winning in a night game behind the six Bivins, 31-year-old Cleveland that medal prizes have been post- out of af Maurico during
Reliever Bob Kuzava and a two- hit pitching of George pencer Negro, weighed 180 which gives ed for each flight. The Albrook Flye continued the and rter as they rang
ran double by Phil Rizzuto. who was starting his first game Louis a 23-pound, weight ad- Featured tussles will pit Dicky on their merry way Jn the race up a total eto points while hold-
The Senators had tied the in three months. vantage. Arias, ww shooter of the quail- for second-half honors in the lng the eiers wha mere 11. and
or' Ai the eighth at 3-3 with -The Braves handed the Phil- fiers, agtlnst Dick Dehlinger. who Pacific Basketball Loop when led by 19 point when the second
Soursuccessive singles by Mike lies their fourth straight defeat Former Heavyweight Champion will more than likely attempt to they ran rough-shod over the half started. Don Lee. Albrook
Aperra, Cass Michaels, Eddie 4-2 in a Boston arc-light con- Joe Louis will take the eighth talk Richard out of the match Mauricio squad and sent them forward, became the second play- A r
st and Pete Runnels. test and the Cubs again topped step of his comeback trail tonight and H. Busby against Jim Riley. down to defeat. b a wide margin ed to score thirty points or more A
S- ed the Cardinals 5-4 in a St. Louis in Baltimore. In another tilt that should be of 71to 52 In the flrstogame of the in a ga e as he dropped in 13
The Red gamSox kept beehive and the night ame. The Reds and Pi- Joe's manager, Marshall Miles, a scorcher, the smallrbt guy in scheduled doubleheader I ast field goals aad five free throws
S paesetting Indians and three rates ad open dates. says the Brown Bomber is out to the tourney, Jaime de la Ouardia. Sunday night. Lincoln Life kept for a total o 31 points, equaling w
m es behind the second threplace Homers by Don Mueller and make short work of the veteran takes on the tallest, Long Doe pace with the Flyers as they won the previous high mark set by W/ 0 K -0.
ees behindthe second pla Whitey Lockman in the first in- Jimmy Bivins of Cleveland. Mitten...and you can flip a coin by default when the Royal Crown Bob Gibson. $X, A C A iD
"ankees with a 7-4 triumph ning gave Spencer a 3-0 lead and "Joe looks good," says Miles. "I for that one. team failed to appear with a full ''9A ARI,0
y.ver the Athletics in Philadel- he kept the Dodgers scoreless un- don't think he'll let it go the full Junior Champion Billy Beeson team. Only three Royal Crown play- IfAK D ///l 7"iE'
hia in which Ted Williams hit til the eighth when Billy Cox and 10 rounds." faces Bill LeBrun in another fea- Mauricio started out as though ors were on hand for the sched-
two homers and the Red Sox Duke Snider hit successive hom- Miles says Louis is down to ture match with the 16-year-old they would upset the Albrook uled second game so the Soda- -411
s ,Jfield completed the. season's rs. about 205 pounds, about two or Beeson favored to win on the team as they.scored three times men were forced to default to the
Hacond tripleplay. Rookie Chet Nichols pitched an three under what he will weigh strength of his recent play. The before the Airmen could Make a Lindoln Life team, but by pick- POX NS
Hank Majeski who had hit a eight hitter to win his seventh tonight..Blvins weighs 180. pairing: point, bft they saw their stx- ing up tree players from the C//AMP r
homer for the Athletics earlier game for the Braves, beating This was to have been the last FIRST FLIGHT spext-g ors present, the 'RoyalP ',Wr
In the game, lined to second base-Robin Roberts-the Phils' ace fight for Louis before his title go icardo Arias, E. vs. Dick Deh- oa resent, the -Royal COW
man Billy Goodman who stepped who had only two days rest. The with Essard Charles in Septem- linger4 Ars Little Lague fate Linoln Life team (?) b-
ond threw9nd to doub le one runner a Braves made only five hits but her. Jersey Joe Walcott upset erbert Mitten vs. Jaime de la fea steingle point 50 to 51. Jack // f
S rd o rst tple a two were homers by Ebba St. that timetable when he took the Guardia, Jr. W Baldwin, offintl time-keeper or *
rd. Ce a Sam whr e uo4'iev ;?.l Baldwin, official time-keeper for

Sw a ke winning s run s all five runs as reliever Walt Du- tough, but thinks the six-year H. Busby vs. Jim Riley. Twin City Rdooles. 1 1 .500 range on his points. (He did hit
S th ielhaled first victory advale from ha last month Ge e s. a Iill La cn.. .. 1 1 .500 their once, I think.) Te complete fight tha mad Waltt the new Champ.
BefTe dats w ot Tig a the HankSauer was the whole Waldottmsayshe will ber at ring- h uardila. LOCALsATE.
the atene Jim Hegan singled dnaoaConsutadhl

in rookie Haren Simpson, who h oub through. "Don't sell me ort, Billy wo side tonight. eeson v. W. Lrun. Ifll LaBocans made it a wide The boxcore: whole ow
Sthe Ray Boone and Roberto AVi- Ae cautions Jimmy. SECOND FLIGHT open race in the championship Albrook- FG FT TP tomorrow at the Ceelia Thetre.
Sla combination out off both ral- t In the event of rain tonight, Percy Graham va. Felipe Clem. T series of the Local Rate Little Lee .. ........13 5 31
lies with doubleplays. J A the bout will go on Thursay. the ent. League by outalugging Twin City Ulshafer. ..T..C.. 0 0 .
WThe Indians still have only 95 forecast is for light rain in the MacCaughey vs. Harvey Rookies, 13 to 9, In the second Coycault. ...... 2 3
oubleplays-the only club in the afternoon but clear skies in time e T. Jalls.Johnny game of the erie, played before Muto.. ........1 0 2
majors still under 100-but they FORT KOBBE, C. Z -About for the bout. Rena Estripeaut vs., L. W. a record crowd at Paraiso, yes- Chatham. ....... 5 ? 12
Behave made them lately when it eighty men have reported for GBiel lchmit vs. .e terday. Eahh team has one vic- Fraser ........ 3 0 6
counted boxing in the 33rd Infantry, |abriel Galindo va. P. A. En- tory and one defeat. Sclafani. ... .... 3 2 8
Boone and Simpson homered with more expected to turn out year-old Bomber wibrin gelke Telve-yar-old Robert ate Bonta.... ... 0 0
earlier for the Indians while Vic in the next few days. J. Barr vs. Hetor Vald~s, Jr. sensational all-grounder of Ifill Bean. ........., 1 0 2
Wert and Dick rhoki clouted Lt Joseph McCrane coach Jim Braid vs. J. Smith. La Bocans, was the whole show. Ingram.. .. .... 1 1 3
onts ane Di tho t e J o a coac soRaill Arango vs. A. G. Robin- In atiLa t of op ha d team DeWitt.... T.. b.. O 0 0 Awmerian Lea ute National Lea
.. udthe Ray Boone and Roberto AVn- cautious Jimmy. s tECOND FLIGHT open race In the championship a1 roo0- FT--

: ner. gru hdeling schIedule of trrai neve ni n tonight, Percy Graham III vs. Fe Hal- t res of the Local Rate Littls. .. .. .... 29 13 1 EAS W L.t P. G. TAMS- ost P .
ese were the only scheduled or t he bout will o oator Thursday. They will be TheT to the lt Maur lo FG FT TP Cleve d. 7e1 9 .5 Brookly. S7 -
The Indians still have onlya 95 forecast i for inhtrrain in the

by Sfc. Robert Gosselin, \gt. J. G Engelke vs. Frank Ray- The first four-master was Hlzinger.. ... ...7 o 14 New York. 69 4 g .62 2 Now York. S4S 51 553 11?
D. Roeder, Sgt. Jack Tilden moTI irnaii m d. mashed off Garnett. Ramon Ji- Gibson .. ., .. .. 3 2 8 Bwston 66 45 .5W 56 Philadelphia 57 M. .541 17
Soubleplays-the only club in the afternoon but clear red Huneker Rafel de ofths ace fireballer .o Twn Cotto ..... ..... 0 C ago. 5 .4 11 t Lou 5 4 .1 1
majors still under 100-bu t they FORT KO E, -About for th bout." Ren Etr City ookes. was rushed to the Lutt... ........2 7 11 Detroit 51
counted. boxing Inthe 33rd Infantry, Gabrie P alecado Frank Mrren- t, mound the game end- Capalbo........ 3 2 82 Washl n 47 5- .
BSAmong te didatere out gelke. Twelve-year-old Robert Pate, Bonta 0 0 0

B e mered t who distinguished them-u Jr ed, h three cirit Olhoeft....... 2 0 4 Philade h 3 C enal all-'rounder f Iflle. S
earler for the Indians whilves last year. Leadg the The annual Summe r Swimmin R. M. Golden vs. B. attler. clout to Pate. Presho 0 2 St. ulf.. 34 75 .31 36 P Bocans, was the whole show. Ingramittsbu. 1 1 3gh
Wertz andDicklist is Frank McLaughin of Meet sponsored b the Physica Archie Byrne v. Al Saarinen. Much credit for the success of Minot......... 5 1 t a a e

The tennis matches for the Re gimental H. Co. Arm Education and n tanton Brown v. M. J Mor- the series s due t. Marvin Me
Ser. grueling sche e of traini ranch, will ake place a he no, Jr.dia III vs.L. then, Master Sgt.Nievtch and Totals ........ 20 12 2 TODAY'S GAMES Brooklyn at New ork.
startedofwith the sun shining His twir bther Albert who Gamboa Pool, Saturday morning T. A. ClTsbee vs. W. E. Smith. Corporal Majors who have been ts New York at Washington (N). Philadephi at Bost W).
brightly gaite sn a istw in sopeth er, w at 9 o'clock, August 18. Aristobulo Carrizo vs. E. L. the arbiters of the games. Detroit at CHica (N). St, Louis at Pttsburgh (N).
t only to benishednaby Sfc. Robertae This Summer Recreation Pro- Hamilton. The box score follows: S ur-m te tsr Cleveland at t. 69is (N). Cicgo at Cincinnati (N).
ouofrainone fiD. Roeder, Sgt. Jack Tild. sB. Bubb vs. Jim Ridge. Ifil La Boca- AB R G H ton 3I Boston at Philadelphia (N).
SPvt.las vious events in popularity, as E. Powell vs. C. F. Griswold. R. Brown, 2b ..e.... ..1 2 1 BY UNITED 'RESS 0 lES TEaRDAYS I ESfTS .
S he winners were determined Others hon Tatro. et re there are over 150 swimmers en- L Flemming vs. J. B Hinkle Lord, 3b. ...... .. 3 0 1 ... 11 DetDA' REULT NGT GAES
Sbest-two out of three sets. Sitt Baca. two serve the events.2. W. Watson vs. S. M. Ives. E. Best, 13 2 2 New orok............S.4
he brirst mcwas p edTo w selves troup c teams from A. Mirthanda vs.The annual Summeratler wi in. PateR.M.. ....4 4 4 BASKETBALL-The five Brad- Detroit 10 0 512 rk .. .. .. ..Pate.
Mixed Doubles championship Caribbean area; Pvt. Tatro run Ancon Margari thePhyta, Cristobal, Ga- Jrche Byrne vs. Al aa. caddie, If .... ... succe4 1 leof y basketball players who have Cleveland 020 100 110 1-6 1
S ot under way at 9:00 a.m. nr-up in the 1950 interservice tun Diablo, Cocoli Balboa and F. Gerhardt vs. J. Vallar- L. Ifseries is due S. ..Marv2 1 confessed taking bribes to trow Hutchnson, garden, Borowy Philadelphia.... ..... 2
h D Trbeand E. FelizofDia- light-heavyweight class Cpl Gamboa. Competition will be no, Jr. C. Layne rf........3 1 0 ga mends have arrived n New York (2-2 and Ginberg; Lemon, Gro- Boston.............. 4
defeating B. Hape 1951 J and A. Mc Leeampio Wilson, runnfeath er-up in thamp. amb oa Pool, Saturday morningts, as P. Baumgardner vs. D. house. G. Pane cMajor .. ..who..hav. 2 2 1 The fiveAaron Preece, Gene mek, Brisse (3-4) and Hgan.
st of Gamboa with the scoreof Army welshining His t rweign b ht for the ast all entrants wllstrive for indivi- Bob Mednger vs. Bob Lawler P Wrblliterngton f theam.... Detroit at 1 0 0 Mechorre, Bill Mann Georg Chicago.... .... ..
brightlytwo years Hlaro hapa, run- ual honors. FOURTH FLIGHT R. Innis, lb ........ 4 1 1 Chianakas and Charlie Grover- NGHT GAMES t. Louis .. .. .. .. .. 4
S n the girls Junior Sinles Con- na UIB ntamweight in the in- Larry Sigel, Anon's swimming D E Bean s.The box scor B. Boxwell. follows:ill testify before a Ne York New York ............ -(N).
GlasburnofDiabloandau- terservice tournament for two sensation, will again attempt to Manuel Guarda vs. Paul Mo- Total............ 2 13 11 County grand ury starting to- Washington.......... 3 (Only Ga scheduled )
s ett the ced ated vith enrcr-upCip Armymurid dl h rordtseTh 2m ter fr smtle Dilfer vs. Paul Fulks. Twin City Rookies- AB R H mNwYork District Attorney Boston .... ....... 7 pi J Ca. 7
npour of rain on the last nd winning last year. race between Siegel and Ryter, of Bar Ellh vs. George Novey, A. Titus, b.........4 1 1 Frank Hogan says the five made Philadelphia..........4 ygr rt
t fo have wo out of thnnie lassburn Also fighting for the 33rd Gamime interservice tered inboa, should prove to be the Jr. H. Gillngs, ss........ 3 1 1 the trip voluntarily alone with C TOAL
core out the victor with a final this year is last year's fly- race of the day. Juan de la GuardIa vs. Bolivar R. Jimnez, rf-p. .. .. 3 1 1 their lawyer. (Only Games Scheduled.) Basketball willrn iprem
e ol a i champ of Fort Ord, aothe r swimmers who are xGa- r. C. H CadHolder, If ...... 1 ley basketball players who have Cleveland 020 100 110 16t the sta y on ray
f, acredof 46 atlnd 6-2 n eirih n e itors tun, Diablo, Cocoli, Balboa, and F.J. Gerhardtncey vs. M. JValZomboy. A MIfll, c .........3 0 1 R0 confessed tak C ing bribes to throw Hutchinson, Bearden, he orowya

D. Tribe anthd E. Felzas n of Di light-heavyweight class; Cpl. Gamboa. Competition wianc are e ll M be no, Jr C. Layne, rf........ 1 games have inhe New York. (2-2 and erg; Lemon, Gro-on

.ab coro of Gs5 s nde63fe The d hat pT a ining sch edmulat- eue h to anesd fre welcomed. The .owen va. Rt Bernett. B0a. M a rl or $Mayer w tth s o h es andi stanbleotwoa ; la tch wmps. CItatobaii B"sld#
S de of this bracket between and A. Me to eed and quarter the box- c ver will ee ind bleacher seats all of the events, as P. Baumgardner vs. D. House. Payne, cf 2 2 1 The ne houk, Brie (3-4) and gan."
ofrer and Davidsth aon will bscor e ofers separamy weltely beginning Sept all6. whichtr antsr e covered for indivi- Bob Medinger vs. Bob Lawler. P. Wllngton, cf. 1 0 0 echorre, Bill Mand that continued unnor Soga
S ed in the near future at Bal- --r ------ a mint o. ig HnChianakas and Charl Grover O t NIGHT GAMES 9S t. Loanerto
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Sthe girl Senior SinglesKar- NEW OLD STYLE Larry Sgel, Anon swimming A RE AL CK AT P PLAY n vs. B. Boxwell. sw ot New York
n troo of Margarlta defeated service tournament for two sensation, will gai n attempt to Manuel uardia vs. Paul M- Total 28 13 11 County grand lury starting to- Washington a Oa or .
Mar Diion of amboa n the LOS ANELESow-(NEA).-Red the Gambmo :30 aPoolswimming. ran. morrow.e aue-r
SWsmi nfals with a score of a -2 anders pl. Arthe dressedCollin-up run- records. The 20-meter free style G. Diufer vs. Paul F olks. Twinly Rookie- AB H New York Dstrcrn' m vs. Ancon. t

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The 18th edition under 'the
Slithering lights of mammoth Sol8-
er Field Qbthe night of Aug. 17
gives the College All-Stars as
stern an assignment as the grad-
uates have ever had. They oppose
the professional ClEvdland
Browns. the only champions the
Ill-fated All-America Conference
had in four years, who made it
five straight by putting the Na-
tional League In its place last trip.
That a little thing like a bit of
legitinate recruiting by college
athletic departments doesn't con-
tern the customers is made evi-
dent by the response. Tickets
have. been sold to people ,In 38
The All-Stars will deploy
against the Browns ?before the
biggest audience that ever saw a
football gane. Upward of 00,000
will sit in with televistelo swelling
the number of spectators to a rec-
ord high.
With the profit earmarked for
Chicago's United, Catholic and
Jewish OChaities, the receipts, in-
eluding the intake from video
and rdio, will. hit $450,000.
The previous 17 engagements
turzied over $1,109,000 to the
worthier causes.

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SSEE The Thrlin Knockout
In The 7th Round!

Two F aAting retures!.
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ILAMSTART- ut .sesseea sUde r a Cle the College All-Stas teekht
ofo 1 OleGrabmmO (IgTeM '
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It will* e stletlya T battle be,
'tween sides drilled by Yale's Her-
man Hickman and Paul Brown.
T quarterbacks will do more
running this season, for rushing
linemen and the double teaming
of passErs leave the defense open
*town fields his champion
Browns Intact, sparked by the re-
sourceful Otto Graham, and the
ramming Marion Motley and
Emerson Cole alternatIlng at full-
back behind a Gibraltar-lke line,
and with The Toe Grossa there to
apply the finishing touch.

IThe All-Stars' passing starts
with Michigan's Chuck Ortman
and Notre game's Bob WIlMAms.
Whiser W"tt, of Arisona State
At Tempe perhaps is the trikiemst
runner the All-Stars have bo*at-
ed in some time, There are South-
ern Methodist's Kyle Rote, Mich-
igan-State's Sonny Grandellis,
among others, in the backfield.
UCLA's Bob Wilkinson, Van-
derbilt's mrnie Curtis and Vir-
ginia's Schroeder are this year's
Don Hlutsons among the ends.
The tackles start with Kentuc-

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Z's glgantic Bob Gain, TMs'
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and Tulane's Don Joye. Listed
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Bob Momsen. Note D me'4 Jer-
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Irving Holdash are the centers.
One-Man Gang Hickman wold
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The Falstaffian character has-
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Abst the last thing this country needs is ether Oon-
I55Nieal ltA tlatn, yet the West foaut t g INant up
asthe u .e re-exandmatios of o ea d sys7
with a fernce to sports, both in high o4he0l an eel-
leg. .
In mZMI states bribery is a felony but there Is- no law
against br g a. youngster to enroll in schqll Jor athletic pur-
poses. Thin may take the form of cash,. expesve gifts or ca-
room coAnnyace. The practice is nationwide, and with the ac-
cent on winning at any cost, Is growing rather thasdinilnlsh-
It therf is a moral breakdown ln.our you the educators
are contributing to it. In most schools footballfor example, is
justified by the fact that the gate receipts make it possible of
support a eomplee sports program, and usually on a lavish scale.
Thus the schools, mostly at no added expense, are able to
present 'a ore attractive selling point to prospective students.
By any interpretation this becomes a racket, and If the schools
won't adt to eliminate it why shouldn't the, government move
Let us have a full-length investigation of how sports are
handled In, our schools. Call the educators, the trustees and the
athletic directors and let us hear from them just how they put
their teams together. What methods do they use?- What con-
cessions do they make? How valid are their degrees? We have
laws against uack doctors. Why not against spurious college

Let's Hear the, Whole Story
It has been evident for some time that exploitation, of
school and college athletes has gone far beyond the bounds of
common decency. Either the educators are incapable of coping
with the problem or they refer it the way It is. In either case,
the corruption 'of our youth continues.
Perhaps if the whole ugly story were unfolded by proper au-
thorities in an atmosphere of conscientious inquiry the public
would get a better understanding of what goes on and would
react accordingly. As matters stand now on distinctions are
made or asked and all college teams are lumped together,
though some may be almost as professional in character as the
Chicago Bears.
Some 20 years ago the Carnegie Foundation undertook a
national survey of college football. A vast amount of inlorma-
tion was gathered. Some of the disclosures were shocking.
There was a tightening up here and there. A few. colleges with-
draw from high pressure football, notably New Yhor .University.
But today the situation is more unwholesolpe than, ever.
It is general practice these days for hlgh school players to
shop around for the best offer they can get. I know If cases
where their dadb have even taken care of their campaigns, a
further indication of how deep the evil goes., There is always
some colleges where a blocking back or a brawny guard can get
In. If the entrance requirements aren't low enough they are
lowered to accommodate his mental equipment. A familiar com-
plaint of colleges is that they had, so-and-so' lined up, but he
couldn't make the grade and now he's. the all'everything at
dear old Backwash. This is what I mean about counterfeit col-
lege degrees. *
Blaik Won't Quit Under Fire
A number of' our better schools manage to keep sports in
their proper perspective, which is proof flough that it can be
done if the will exists. To suggest that West Point and Anna--
polls abolish football, as has been done by t headline-seeking
statesman in Washington, is pure rubbish. It's the abuses which
should be abolished, and this must be done by the educators
themselves, prodded, If need be, by the government.
Footall is a fine game. B ,qur eontaot sports.
And it's probably true tat it helps to deovlo. A41 ltle of lead .
ershlp. ur history shw tha some of our most able field and
se leaders sme fron off the football field. Some good ny
yet come out of the West Point scandal. It, may change dur
sense of values 'and compel a sharply revised concept' of the
sport and its place on the campus.
An around public opinion can be of enormous help in a si-
tuation of this sort, and the fury which has been directed at
the erring young men at West Point, much of it confused and
misdirected, may provide the spark. It was inevitable that the
poison would spread to the Academy where the football team Is
just about the one thing that serves to break a pretty deadly
and dreary routine.
As I have Indicated before, my sympathy Is with the young
men. I happen to know some of them, and their families as
well, and they are basically fine, decent Americans. I keep ask-
ing myself how many of us, put on a stern, uncompromising
honor system at that age, would have come through at all times
untarnished. I find myself wondering., too. If there isn't a con-
tradiction of ideals in an honor system which encourages the
stool pigeon.
Without knowing all the details I want to go on believing
that football at West Point Is not the. vile thing much of he
Impassioned comment tries to make out. I've known Earl (Red)
Blalk too many years to think he'd sacrifice a young man's char-
acter to win a football game. And remember, his own son was
the key man on the team. Incidentally, Blaik's not the kind
who will run out under fire, either.

For Eczema -

Skinrt Troubles

Make up your mind today that you ate
going to give your skin a real chance
to let well. Go to any good drug store
and get an original bottle of Moone's
Emerald Oil-it lasts many days because
It is highly concentrated.
The very. first application will give
you relief-the Itching of Eczemna i Ins-
tantly stopped-eruptions dry up and
scale off in a very few days The same
Is true of Itching Toes and Feet. Ber-
bar's Itch, Salt heum and other sk)n
Remember that Moone's Emerald Oil is
a clean. powerful, pnejrating Antiseptic
O that does not tain or leave a greasy

The Hoiy cross-New York Uni-
versity football game this fall
will be the Crusaders' 500th In-
tercollegiate contest.


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OR SALE: 8 piece mahogany
? livingroom set. Wardrobe, 2 mir-
rors. House 784 Apt. C, Tavernilla
-street, Balboa.
fO RSALE:-Nine piece bamboo fur-
niture, lamps, and Frigidaire. 0437
G, Frangipani St. Ancon. 4:30 to
6:00 for inspection.
0OR SALE:-Household furnishings
in sets, plus additional accessories.
Via Espoao 2024.
IOR SALE: Household goods in-
cluding all porcelain refrigerator,
$125, RCA radio-phono console,
like new, $150, 12" fan; 25 cycle
/4 H. P. motor, girl's, bicycle,
wardrobe, dry cabinet for spices,
window louvres, Maytag washer,
tires 6.00 x 16, 5 gallon safety
gas cons etc. 815-D Empire, Bal-
FOR SALE: Automatic gas water
heater, 20 gallons, new condition,
> $60. Phone 2-2761 during of-
fice hours 3-3398 after 7 p.
MI. d

FOR SALE:--One crib, wooden. $10.
00. One iron;ng board. $8.00, one
baby carriage, $10.00, one radio
and record-player, $75.00. House
S763-B, Balboa.

SALE:-Bookcase, radio, 25 or
60 cycle, radio, 25 cycle. 2 elec-
tric clocl.s, scooter, floor, lamp,
J table lamp, small table, and 600
:x 16 four ply tires. # 1427-C,
SBalboa. Phone 2-3142.
'R SALE:-Junior bed. Complete,
wt with mattress, in good condition,
j$25; child's chest of drawers, one
F" 3-4 spring with horses, con be
han at house No. 8, 46 St. Bello
Vista. Call Panama 3-2260.
JR SALE:.--One fence for Duplex.
STwo Valance Boxes. Shelves, dif-
ferent sizes. House 714-A. Coco-
I li, C. Z. Tel. 4-182.


WANTED:-Cushman motor scooter
r +fe model. Geaors Oreferable. Ex'-
celiant condition. Coall '3-1503

WANTED--Duplex or large.
Sinfurrished with pleasant
Sroundinqs. Phone Curundu
or 3140.


WANTED: Furnished 2 bedroom
chalet or apartment for indefinite
period, preferably Bella Vista, early
;September, phone 3-3453.

Wanted Position'
Sministrotor of United Fruit Co.
0 plantations. Ex-manoager of pro-
I jects of the Institute of Inter Amer-
;ib bn Affairs, needs work, wonderful
P references. Tel. 3197, Clayton,
SP. 0. Box 619.



We are prepared at all
times to supply you
Best Building Material


e Our name is your best
Courteous service.
Punctual delivery.

83 North Ave.-Tel. 2-0610
No. 3 Martin Sosa Street
Tel. 3-1424

No. 4 Prelb oof mJb AvA.
Pboea 1-9441

s.eMiS Mluden Avo.
Phone i--Cldta.

FOR SALE:-Trucks: One GMC, 5
ten, 1947, excellent condition,
GMC 2 1-2 ton, Army type, 10
wheels. 1942. One International
2 1-2 ton, 1947, long chassis. In-
ternational 2 1-2 ton, 1947. short
chassis. One Mack 5 ton, 1947,
excellent condition. Telephone 2-
0610. Panama.
FOR SALE:-1950 Studebaker Pick-
up. Duty paid, perfect condition,
5 good tires. May be seen at Bal-
boa Fire Station.
FOR SALE':-1948 Cadillac in per-
fect condition. Telephone 3-2184
-2-1075. Panama.
FO RSALE:-1951 Studebaker auto-
matic drive, 2,000 miles, under-
coat, seat covers, radio $1,975.-
00. Phone Cristobol 3-2418.
We have drecticelly reduced prices
on all Used Coars! Come in and
look them ever. Nesh Agencv.
FOR SALE:-Must sell urgent, 19-,8
Sedan, 4 door. Perfect condition,
leather upholstery, $1,200.00. Tel.
2-0870 Panama, Mr. Triboldos.

FOR SALE:-Estate Hillman station-
wagon with 4,800 miles. Call
phone 2-2040 Ponce, from 8:00
1:00 p. m.
FOR SALE:-Lote 1949 Ford, Cus-
tom Six, meadow green, W. S. W.
tires with safety tubes, radio, di-
rection indicator and Nylon seat
covers. Only 12,000 miles. $1,-
200.00. Cristobol 3-2583.

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: *- 1-4 H. P 60 cycle
electric motor, $15.00. Phone 2-
.FOR SALE: 26 Ft. Motor Sailer,
50 H. P. Gray Marine Engine
"OHO HO" at Balboa Yacht Club,
$500. Phone 2-6353.

Real Estate
FOR SALE:--Two bedroom, concrete
cottage, Santa Clara, completely
furnished, electric ice box, gas
range, terms. Phone 6-541.
FOR SALE:-All or separately, one
million square meters of land. 1).
Transisthmian highway. 2). Gatun
lake. 3). Providencia. For infor-
mation 4 Melendez 7044-F. Car-
nes, Tel. *1262-B, Colon.

Mrs. Ruth Rogan is taking registra-
tion for her private kindergarten
opening on September 10. Her-
rick Road, 309. Tel. Balboa 1835.

Help Wont#
WANTED: Maid, live in, must
have some knowledge of cooking
and housework. Phone 846124
after 5 p. m.

Legal Notice
Division "of Balbea
Edythe Glazer,
Morris Glazer,
SUMMONS defendant
Case No. 33147
Civil Douwetr 1
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action withinn ninety days
after, the first publication.
In case of yo'r failure to ao appear
and answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable JOSEPH J.
HANCOCK. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this 3rd day of August. 1951.
C. T. McCormick, Jr.


By Sara de la Pena
Chief Deputy Clerk

To Morris Glaser
The foregoing summons Is served upon
you by publication pursuant to the order
of the Honorable Juseph J. Hancock.
Judge. United States District Court for
the Dist'ict of the Caneal Zone, dated
August 1. 1951 and entered and filed
in this action in the office of the Clerk
of said United Mtates J)intriet Court for
the Division uf Balboa. on August 1
C. T. McCormaick. Jr.
By Sara do la Pena
Chief Deputy Clerk

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No. SLITS Cesntal Av.--C4lM.


MW20H Adm** C. X
Visit -Bemoardo's Beauty Shop, "Cos-
Itillo del Oro" Building, opposite
'Hotel -El Ponami, Tel. 3-4740.
For professional advice in color
schemes, interior decoration, stores
orrongemenht. Call 3-3587,. Pon-

FOR SALE: Very-cheap. National
cash register. "Sanitary" meat
grinder. 600 Ibs. on hour. Freezer
suitable for restaurant. Ham slicer,
gas st9ve. 4 burner and broiler. 4
Neon lamps, 48", 3 tubes.' 1st St..
No. 7. Vista Hermoso., Tel. 3-
FOR SALE:-8 inch circular saw. 6
inch jointer, 36 inch center Jig-
Saw, all equipment mounted with
25 cycle motors. Call Balboa 2-
FOR SALE: Electric incubator'
"Hudson" for 400 chickens, $60.-;
00. # 35 Colon Street.
Vfo, Smith-Corona standard type-
writer, lik# new. Various radio
equipment. Phont Balboa- 2-3173
ofter 5 p. m.

FOR SALE: Sinhof 4 x 5 camera
f 3.8 lens, coupled Range Finder,
Synchroflosh. Gall Gulick, 336
day or 406, eve.

Sealed bids will be received until
10:30 o.,m., August 28, 1951, for
five steam locomotives and spare
ports located at the Balboa and Cris-
tobal Roundhouses. For information
and inspection contact Mr. J. A.
Dorsey, Roadmaster, Maintenance
Branch, Railroad Division, telephone
2-1834. Sole Circulor-No'. 1 may be
obtained from the above sources or
from the office of Superintendent
of Storehouses, Balboo, telephone 2-
2777. ..

For sale to 'the highest bidder, Build-
ings Nos, 788, Balboa; 905-C, 922,'
924, 926, 928-C,' and 930 La Bo-
ca; 518, Ancon; 636, Balboa; 536
'and 540. Red Tank. Sealed bids will
be received in the office of the Su-
perintendent of Storehouses at Balboa
until 10:30 a. m., August 29, 1951,
when they will be opened in public.
Forms of proposal with full, arti-
culors may be secured in the offices
of the Superintendent of Storehouses,
Balboa. and the Housing Managers
at Balboa Heights, and Pedro Miguel.
Sealed bids, for opening in public,
will be received until 10:30 a. m.,
August 30, 1951, for approximately
171 net tons of Non-ferrous Scrap
Metals and Miscellaneous Scrap. Ul-
timate destination must be the Unit-
ed States. Inspection may be arrang-
ed by contacting Foremdn. Balboa
Scrap Yard (Section "I"), telephone
2-2720. Sole Circular No. 2 may be
obtained from the above source or
from the office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, Balboa, telephone 2-
FOR SALE: An old "Seamstress"
portable electric sewing machine,
Good working condition, $35. 789
A, Gorges Road.

Knights of Columbus
Business Meeting

Set For Thursday
The Panama-Balboa Council
No. 1371. Knights of Columbus
will hold a regular business meet-
ing on Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. In
their Lodge Room on' Balboa
Road, Balboa.
All members are urged to be
present as important matters will
be brought up for the council's

300 Korea-Bound Troops
On Grounded Transport
DARWIN, Australia, Aug. -15-
(UP)-The 4.436 ton New Zea-
land troopship Wahine. en
route to Korea with reinforce-
ments for the New Zealand ar-
tillery regiment there, Is
aground on an island 300 miles
northwest of here. Crew and
passengers are in no danger.

Aruba Workers Back.
As Strike Nears End
-Workers began returning
slowly to the Lago Petroleum
Refinery at Aruba today. The
Netherlands Government me-
diator said the end of .the
strike was in sight. The refinery
dropped to 2/3rds capacity
during the strike.

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Minimum t o
It wardis- '
3* each ad|gal

William.KSnta Clor Beach Cottage.
Two gbedrdowm drigidaire,, Rock.
gas- rt l BlBbqa 2-3050.
l Aiiach cottages, Santo Clara.
24X 43 5. Balboa. Phone Ponaorh
3-1877. CrIltobal 3-1673.
HLo!i. 01- BIACH Santa Clara, in-
:epensivx. Phone SHRAPNEL, Bal;
2p 1120 or see caretaker.
Special for .August. Room with
private bdoth- $35.00 per month,
$20.00. for 15 days. Meals a 1a
cte. Reservations Tel. Pon. 2-
1112. '
Grofich s '-.- Snto Clara ach-
cpttage. Electric Ice boxes, gas
stove0 mo9rate rates. Phne 6.
54, orf 4-S7,
JPanaama's Most Popular Residential
and Recreational Suburbion Develop-
nmert:. Building Lots at Reasonable
Prices. Overnight cabins at $2.00
person, A. Ia Carte Restaurant, 7 'to
11 P, M. .

Modem furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061, :10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-

FOR RENT:-Three.bedroom apart-
sment "furnished, for one month,
rear Acon bus-stop. Reasonable
rental. Available August 24, pos-
sibly earlier. Telephone Panamr

FOR RENT Apartmente in Beala
Vista, .two bedrooms, livinotoom, |
diningroom and kitchen. ,Col: Pan-
ama 2-2064. ; '
FOR RENT:--New, modern, venti-
lIted, arid s screened a: a cents,
furnished oand unfurnisid, 61,
4th of July Ave, phore .-446.
Miguel. Hive.


FMR- ROT =-'Furnished -bedroom,

pIvete eptoance and bath. Bello
Vista, $45.00. Tel. 3-1648. .

FOk RENT: Cholet oil furnished.
completely new, porch, living and
diningroom., 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
bar, garage, in Golf Heights. Call
phone 3-4644, Panama.

FOR RENT: In Colon, spacious
site, centrally located. opposite
Colon Thlare, # 10143 Central
Avenue. Ideal for business. Inquire
7039 Balboa Avenue Colon,
Mr. Balin, or 115 Central Ave.
Panama. "Vilanovo."I

Few Civiliams May

Padrtiipa In LSU

Caribbean Program
Enrollment will be conducted
during the week of Sept. 3 to 7
at various military installations
for the Louisiana State Universi-
ty Caribbean, Program due to
open on the 17th.
George E. Matthes. acting ad-
ministrator of the LSU Caribbean
Program, has arrived to make
plans for the fall semester.
The. LSU Caribbean Program
has been brought to the Canal
Zone in order to offer to military
personnel and their dependents
an opportunity to study at the
college level. Classes will be held
on-the military posts.
Since the primary purpose of
the LSU Caribbean Program is
to bring educational opportuni-
ties to military personnel, the
first priority in enrollment will
be given to them. After 'military
enrollments are completed, it is
contemplated that applications
will be accepted from United
States citizens who are employes
of the Military Services and The
Panama (anal Company and the
Canal Zone Government.
All enrollments 'of civilians
must of necessity be made strict-
ly on a space available basis, but
present indications are that there
will. be seevral classes in which
some enrollments may come from.
Civilian employes of The Pana-
ma Canal Company and the Ca-
nal Zone Government will not be
admitted to courses which dupli-
cate those available at the Canal
Zone Junior College extension
Following enrollment of mili-
tary personnel during the week
of September 3 to 7, public an-
nouncement will be made as to
the classes and their locations
which will be opened to civilians.
At that time, civilian personnel
will also be notified when. and
where actual enrollment may be



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Why not save money
buying the best?,

GEO. F. NOVY, Inc.
279 Central Ave.
Tel. -3-0140.

Reflex Camera ... $U9.
Lit, priee ..... 475.0@

(Lobby BQtel "El Pa Imi")

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40 Cand*e Pot*a' of Modem 'White
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All P"rt Available.
O Sale in All AlIDWARI sed
Distributors: '-
Ceji. 5th St. & alboa Ave.
Tel sea
.Vpmd -- 9 Cenral Ave.
Tel. 2-2f0

Each clock Is
guaranteed because it is
verified and oiled
before delivery.


Swiss Jewelry Store
Oppoolte Commissary
Phone .1148

"*. -. -.

come n0x IMonday, and for
two weeVs, kM vslt the fancy
Hotel l P4 i A you'll know
someth ng' .. even if you
don't ref -thpe apers.
You're Uab to see all kinds of
serious lookintg characters wear-
ing headphajow. In the various
salons, and other.rooma, high lev-
el discugloS will start in the
morning idlay very well go on,
and on, mto t. And f you
brush upaltWt any number of
people who .teseak four or five
languues, 0s't'be a bit sur-
The'""reao **
It's the second extraordinary
meeting of the Inter-American
Economic and Social Council.
The inaugural session will be
held at tbe. "'Ila MAxima" of
the, Unlvedby of PanamA with
PanamA iPrement Alclbiades Ar-
osemena lsn4'ax Cabinet in at-
tendance. A & that the dele-
gates will 'ear 1d the hotel.
Topics to be discussed will
range from seaicty of materials
and price -qoltrols to technical
and ccial cooperation. For this
the delegates will be broken down
into four or five committees and
the wheels wIllbegin turning.
For the.-meeUtg a total of 175
of special UN, split-second trans-
lating machines, are b e i n g
brought down. tibnce, the abun-
dance of headphones and lin-
The secretary-general of the
meeting will be Panama's Miss
Carmeh t)r6. This will be the
first time that a woman will pre-
side at an economic conference of
this stature,
Already -Iee; assisting Miss
Mir6 in- e conference prepara-
tions, are Dr. 1juis D. Gardel, ad-
ministrative secretary of the
'OouncfilMU* Beatrlee Newhall.
chief of 'language services, and
Edwartl P. Davia, documents of-

The agenda follows:
1. PriWteatind Monetary Reser-
O Effect of price regulations
on the economy of the
American Republics and
best enforcement meth-
ods ,
b) Maintenance of the pur-
chasing power of money
and monetary reserves.
2. Scarce Raw Materials and
Study of the measures adopt-
ed Tor Increasing the pro-
duct4on and distribution of
scarce raw materials and
products; and especially, of
ther policy followed by the
American countries with res-

RItd Hog F
8TH ARMY HQ., Korea, Aug.
15 (UP-United Nations soldiers
today battled desperately
against fanatic Communist re-
sistance in an attempt to cap-
ture' the third of three hlis
dominating the eastern end of
the Korean front.
TMe other two hills, near
Kansong and 27 miles north of
the .38th parallel, .were seized
by United Nations forces yes-
It was the third time in three
weeks that the key heights, had
changed hands.
At one stage of their assault
on the third hill the United
Nations forces advanced only
600 yards' in 10 hours.
Fighting also continues for
hills southwest of Kumsong,
reportedly the center of a big
Red buildup of men and mater-
ials on the-central front. -
Night bombers Iat night re-
ported that fires set by yester-'
day's raid on Pyongyang were
still reflecting from the clouds.
At sea the non-stop naval
bombardment of Wonsan went
into its 183rd day.
The bombardment is believed
to have slowed almost to a

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Mis Carmen .lr6, first
woman to head an econo-
mic conference of thea
American republics.
pect to the Internat ional
Materials Conference.
3. Transportation.
ay Evaluation of present
transportation facilities,
studies to determine the
m i n I mum requirements
for the defense program
and the essential civilian
needs of each of the Am-
erican republics; studies
to determine the coopera-
tive measures necessary
for meeting these exigen-
b) Systems of freight and
Insurance rates in inter-
S American trade.
4 Technical Cooperation.
Study of the Program for
Technical Cooperation of the
OAS. for 1951 bases for for-
mulating the 19O Program.
5. Social Cooperation.
6. Study of the Work Program
qf the Council for 1951-1952.

Famed Indian Huiite~
D~d'-1a' Aiiin~~m'"~' I

(U.P,). .-- Big Jim, one of
northern Arizona's most color-
ful Indian leaders will be mis-
sed by thousand of tourist
friends this summer.
The famed Indian hunter;
who served as a scout for Pre-
sident Theodore Roosevelt on
his lion hunting expedition in
the Grand Canypn, died here
after a. short ilness. He was a-
bout 84.
Big Jim was known as Gweta,
(Whiskers) served for many
years as a member of the Ha-
vasupal Indian tribal council.
The tribe makes its home on
the floor of the Grand Cayon.
Roosevelt Rave6 B t Jim ,his
frock coat and top hat follow-
ing the hunting trip. The scout
treasured the garments for
many years. but lost them In a
fire two years ago.

standstill Red efforts to supply
their frontlihes through. this
Important port and rail and
.highway junction.'
Moreover the United Nations
naval headquarters claim the
Reds have diverted 20,000 troops
from the fighting front to ward
off possible United Nations
amphibious landings at Won-

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entered their fathertd publishing
The publisher engaged in nu-
mereou political battles and
campaigns, mainly centered in
New York. He twice was elected
to Congress and'also ran for
Mayor of New York in 1905 and
1909 but was defeated. He lost
a battle for Governor of New
York to the late Charles Evans
Hughes In 190.
Hearst was a bitter politles
foe of Alfred E. Smith and was
credited with swinging the no-
mination of Franklin D. Roose-
velt as Democratic candidate for
President in 1932 in opposition
to Smith. Later Heart broke
with Mr. Rtoosevelt and for morb
than a decade vigorously oppos-
ed him.
But. it was in the newspaper
field that Hearst staged his
greatest battles. He was credit.
ed with scoring a scoon on the
Spanish American war peace
treaty in 1899 and on Dewey's
'victory at Manila his New York
Evening Journal sold 1468,769
One of Heart's least success-
ful ventures was into the mo-
tion picture business in which
his Cosmopolitan Feattures Corp.,
lost $7,000,000 although it pro-
duced a star in Marion Davies
who was featured in a series of
films for the company.
In his later years Hearst spent
most of his time in California
at his fabulous San, Simeou
Ranch midway between Los An-
geles' and San Prancisco or at
his Northern Callfoi Ranch.
Wyntoon. He also had mes at
Santa Monica and Beverly H1ll8.
The publisher's t health
four vears ago for6e9t Into
near-secluslot at his home
but despite his illness, he ke
a close watch on his papers ua
til b3i death. .

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which he never teaovred,
He passed away quwey."
Despite his -alng eth
Hearst displayed ketn utnij
n his newspapers an4 .it-
fairs almost, to thi eu o Als
ates said they received l -
tions from him duri te past
few dayg but they wee relayed
by'his secretary. ; '
"He always had been the real
editor of the paper," a close
friend within the HeArst orgali-
zation said after the pUblluher'a
The colorfull publisher, Who
made journalistic history for
more than a half-cenitury, is aur
vived by his widow, Mrs. MUl.- -
cent Wllson HepIt of New Yok,
and the five sons, George' Wfl-
ham Randolph, Jr., John, DAvid
Whitmire and Randolph Appet-
mon Hearst. "
Hearst, .borp weAthy. adenra.
other fortune in the publishing
bu'siess during lhis caier of
about 00 years. There was no im-
mediate estimate of is wlthi at
the time he died but in 1935 his
fortune was estimated at 90
In addition to' his controer-
sial and individualistic ienbwn
as a newspaper publisher, Hkrst
was a political figure; an art col-
leetor, Industrialist and real ek-
tate. tycoon. .
Hearst's newspaper empire:was
acquired between 1885 And 1920,
Then he continued to branch in-
to magazines, radio and notion
As a publisher he once owned
20 newspaper in 13 cities, service.
ed them with his own press asso..
ciation, International News Set-
vice, and provided them with co-
mics and features from King Fea-
tures Syndicate which he owned.
The depression of the '30s fore-
ed him to consolidate and aban-
don some of his properties but
in 1949 he tillh nad 17 newspapers
as well as most of his other en-
terprises. Early this year he "clos-
ed the Oakland, Cal., Post-In-
Throughout his life Hearst
considered himself a son of the
West, although during the period
of expansion of his chain he
spent moit of his time in the
East. He was bor April 29, 1863,
in San Francisco, the only child
of U: S. Sen. George Heastf and
Phoebe Apperbon eaRft. 4-'
Sen. Hearst himself a Ia Col-
or(Ul If ure. 'having ,t .~tpd

tunes of his day. The el Hliarst
owned ranches, ban ks, Jace
horses and a newspap* for a
Young Hears's entrance Into
the newspaper business was be.
cause of the brief ownership b?
his father of the San Francisco
Examiner. The Senator's son
had attended Harvard and been
expelled for a campus escapade.
He asked his father to let him
direct the Examiner. ,
The youthful Hearst almost
immediately displayed the flair
for 'exciting journalism. He
transformed the paper from a
conservative publication into &
flashy, lively and controversial
newspaper, hiring the finest ta-
lent he could find regardless of
Success in San Francisco led
Hearst to invade New York
where, he bought the Evening
Journal in 1891 and later found-
ed the New York American. He
then swiftly spread his empire
across the nation as the Hearst-
Ian style of journalism captured
the public's fancy In city after



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Lt. Commander W. J. Meagher, Naval Chaplain at Coco
Solo, C.Z., was the guest of honor at an elaborate dinner
party which was given by P. Jhangimal and his brothers at
Front Street.
Chaplain Meagher has served fqr one year as Roman Ca-
'tholic Chaplain at the Coco Solo Naval Chapel and has re-
ewived orders to travel to Bainbridge, Maryland. His mother,
Mrs. Thomas J. Meagher, will accompany him.

Among those who attended the
party and extended wishes for
future happiness to the guest of
hon br and his mother were com-
manding officer of the Naval Sta-
tion Captain Lyle L. Koepke and
Mrs. Koepke, the commandant
6f-the Naval Hospital, Captain
Carl M. Dumbauld and Mrs.
Bumbauld. Captain and Mrs. Ro-
ieT+t L. Ware. Commander and
Mrs, Theodore G. White. Jr.,
Commander and Mrs. W. D. King,
Commander and Mrs. Davis Hen-
derson, Commander and Mrs. W.
W:-Bemis, Commander and Mrs.
Robert C. Wray, Commander and
Mrs. J. W. Schwartz, Major and
Mrs. Eugene L. Hamon. Lt.
Commander and Mrs. T. L. Ba-
lay. Lt. Commander and Mrs.
Fred W. Cottrell, Lt. Command-
fr*and Mrs. Clarence B. Diehl,
Lt. Commander and Mrs. Fred C.
Rpepke. Lt. Commander and
Mrs. I. M. Rowell. Lt. Comman-
Cder and Mrs. H. E. Schmidt. Lt.
Commander and Mrs. Vance A.
Schweitzer. Lt.'Commander and
Mrs. W. W. Stevens. Lt. Corn-
mander and Mrs. Henry J. Thorn-
ton. Lt. and Mrs. John R. Bar-
low. Lt. and Mrs. J. F. Crider,
Lt,,L. J. Ducote. Lt. George J.
Ellis, Jr., Lt. and Mrs. W. N.
Horick, Lt. and Mrs. F. B.
Moore, Lt. and Mrs. Roy Nielsen,
Lt. and Mrs. W. E. Sand. Lt.
and Mrs. R. L. Schaffer, Lt. and
Mrs. K. P. Stafford, Lt. 'H. Ed-
ward Walther. Lt. and Mrs. Fred
Wroble. Lt. and Mrs. J. McGrail.
-.Also Lt. (Jg) and Mrs. G. W.
Dittman,Lt. (jg) and Mrs. James
J. Humes. Lt. (jg) A. L. Jansen,
Lt. (jg) and Mrs. Michael Lea-
hy, Lt. (jg) and Mrs. C. A. Lee,
Lt. (ig) and Mrs. M. L. Lilliboe,
Lt. (jg) and Mrs. Mark A. Loy,
Lt. (ja) and Mrs. D. C. Mand-
vllle, Lt. (jg) J. C. Novak, Lt.
(jg) and Mrs.. J. D. Rives, Lt.
and Mrs. William D. Ronayne,
Lt. (jg) and Mrs. W. E. Simp-
son, Lt. (jg) and Mrs. L. A.
Snead, Lt. (jg) and Mrs. E. M.
Stein, C.W.O. and Mrs. Donald
Sabin. Mrs. Mabel Thompson,
Mr. Ralph Fell, Miss Elizabeth
Stapleford. Miss Dorothy Payne,
Miss Ellis Rusnok, Miss Sophie
Podosch, Miss Florence Burton,
Colonel and Mrs. James W.
Pumpelly, Mrs. W. Ross, Colonel
and Mrs. A. R. Morley and two
daughters. Lt. Colonel and'Mrs.
Harold W. Taylor, Lt. Colonel
and Mrs. R. L. Norton, Lt. Col.
and Mrs. F. G. Steiner, Lt. Col.
and Mrs. D. Pinder, Major and
, Mrs Hiollis J. Preiss, Captain and
Mrs. Thomas Greenwood gnd
Captain T. E. Minehart.
Colon Unit of the IAWC
Met Monday
Members of the Colon Unit of
the IAWC met for their monthly
meeting and tea at their building
In New Cristobal. Mrs. Lyle L.
Koepke. president, presided at
the meeting and appointed com-
mittee members for all of the club
Mrs. D e m e t r i o Rusadimos
.iunved as chairman of the com-
mittee for the tea, which follow-
ed the meeting and she was as-
sisted by officers, of the club,
board members and alternates.
The following members were
named to serve on the commit-
tees: Social Welfare, Mrs. C. H.
Whitaker, Mrs. Agustin Cedefio,
..Mrs. Paul Beck, Mrs. Julia Emi-
'lla'nl, Mrs. Enrico Burlando;
Membership, Mrs. Albert Motta,
Mrs. Gunther Hirschfeld. Mrs.
Isaac Osorlo; Hospitality. Mrs.
Jose Bazan, Mrs. -Eustace Lee.
Mrs. Milton A. Cookson and
:.Mrs. Demetrio Rusadimos; Com-
munications and Publications
oAiss Thelma Godwin and Mrs.
Ernesto Estinoz; Cultural, Mrs.
Samuel D. Puller and Mrs. Luis
,Eduardo Castillo; Hictorlcal, Mrs.
Sftanley M. Hamilton and Mrs.
,Antonio Alberola; Educational,
Mrs. Marcelle Belanger. Mrs.
Marcelle Gringoire and Mrs. Les-
lie Parker; Financial, Mrs. Julio
Nino and Mrs. Juan Nufiez: Te-
lephone chairman for Cristobal,

Mrs. Albert 0. Deisz; for Colon,
Mrs. Rafael DeBoyrie; The
Building Committee will be com-
posed of all the pa st presidents
of the organization; Mrs. Fred-
erick Haseloff is chairman of the
decorating committee; Library,
Mrs. Hipolito Fernandez and
Mrs. Leonard B. Hunnicutt.
Acclon Catolica Group to
Observe Anniversary
.The ladies of the organization
Accion Catolica will observe the
sixth anniversary of the found-
ing of the group with a Solemn
High Mass at 10:30 at the Cathe-
dral in Colon Sunday.
The choir of the National Con-
servatory of Music in Panama Ci-
ty. under the direction of Herbert
DeCastro will sing Mozart's Mass.
The soloists will be Professor
Marta Spooel, soprano; and Pro-
fessor Federico Jimeno, baritone
and Professor Diman Caries, or-
ganist. Everyone is invited.
Mrs. Fahnestock to Return
Sunday Evening
Mrs. John M. Fahnestock of
France Field, who left the Isth-
mus two weeks ago, will return by
plane Sunday evening. Mrs.
Fahnestock spent a week in Na-
tional City, California where she
visited with her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William
L. Ebdon and their young son
Gary Lee. Mrs. Fahnestock, ac-
companied by Mrs. Ebdon and
Gary took a plane trip to Gulf-
port. Mississippi, where they are
visiting with Captain John M.
Fahnestock, Sr., who is on vaca-
tion and with his mother and oth-
er relatives in Gulfport. Mrs.
Fahnestock is the Worthy Ma-
tron of Coral Chapter, O.E.S. at
Sport Shirt Dance To Be
Held Saturday Evening
Members of the Cristobal Canal
Zone Lodge No. 1542, B.P.O. Elks,
will sponsor a Sport Shirt Dance
at the Elks Club Saturday, from
8:30 until 12:30 p.m. Tickets are
available at one dollar per person
and a prize will be awarded to
the person wearing the loudest
sport shirt.
Meeting of Progressive Circle
Changed to August 22
The Progressive Circle of the
Cristobal Union Church will meet
August 22 instead of August 15 as
was previously planned.
Mr, and Mrs. Lorio
to Sail August 31
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lorio of
New Cristobal and their daugh-
ter LouAnna will sail August 31
aboard the Cristobal. They will
vacation in South Carolina and
Louisiana before making their
home in Florida. Mr. Lorio has
resigned his position with the In-
dustral Bureau.
Returning Vacatiolnists
Visit in Gatun
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Egolf of
Gamboa and their two children
returned aboard the Ancon Mon-
day. They were met by Mr.
Egolf's parents and motored to
Gatun and had luncheon with
members of the family. They have
been visiting in Vermont and
Ohio for the past three months.
Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Visit
in Margarita
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ryan
of Balboa were guests on Sunday
and Monday of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Newhard of Margarita. They
met their son. John, at the dock
Monday and motored to Balboa.
John has been in the States for a
year with Mrs. Ryan's mother
and will complete his schooling
in Balboa.
Mrs. Edmondson and
Daughter Returned
Mrs. Richard A. Edmondson of
Margarita accompanied by her
daughter Louise were among the
Svacationists who returned Mon-
day. They visited with Mrs. Ed-

mondson's parents in Pittsville,
Massachusetts and with her bro-
ther and sister-in-law In Salt
Lake City.

Crist bal-Colon
Rotor Luncheon
Set For Tomorrow
The Cristobal-Cllon Rotary
Club will hold its weekly lunch-
eon meeting on Thursday, at the
Strangers Club.

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beon all wrong, stuck
the Hollywood bounc
ItN'' not what haj
Jane Iusell, Marie
Le*ih or Marilyn .M
the Ugh-ittingj
tro t ofe camera.
And Kt haUst any
with rowdy. profile b
tossed out 61 Sunset
clubs on their ears,
slip with the "4or.
no longer- refult'i
an actor's pay envoel
it's a game that a
movie 4ueen plays wi
Ang men.
Barry Sullivan, w
way up In' the MOM14
these days. set me
the Hollywood bouni
"These women are
ful," Barry explained
a focre and drivethq
to the public. Natura
to have leading mei
same kind of strong
got to have' enough
offset the man's sc
Barry said he got
the Hollywood boun
worked with Lana Ti
Life of Her Own" an
Davis In "Payment o
Now he can't wait
"You mean," I hc
"that Lana and Bett
"Brother!" said Ba
long, steadying pull a
I'd heard about th
Claudettes saying
when the casting
brought in a young w
per as a co-star proi

Over 50 Expl

At Prolestani

Youth Confer
Young people fro
ferent Protestant c
the Canal Zone hav
about 50 strong for
tian Youth Confer
held at Margarlta, J
The purpose of
ence is ably expert
motto, "Strength T
ty." By living, worse
playing together,: tl
Ian youths will be
come stronger Chi
ers in a world tha
ly needs Christ...
The daily schedu
Worship, Study Coi
est Groups in choir

newspaper, and square-dancing
and folk-singing. The evening
program will include inter-
faith speakers, campfire stunts
and a swimming party.
In several parishes the young
people have sponsored fund-
raising activities to help send
delegates. The cost per indi-
vidual is $10.00, the major por-
tion of which will go for meals.
If you are between 13 and 22
years of age and would like to
attend, contact your pastor or
chaplain or phone 3-1463. There
is still room for a few more
young people.
The Conference is sponsored
by the General Council of the
Union Church of the Canal
Zone and with the cooperation
of the Episconal Churches in An-
con and Cristobal.

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EA) We've I? Even Sarry had been ruled
dents.l about out by a couple of- Amale power-
e. houses in his ly a In Hiol- when lywood. ;,.
Janet "I had re y ,no
nrq parade bags under y 'ey. t dno 'fre-
awesters in ceding hnlM 1 d didn't
have "ery t&ai a mo*it
queen .could bunfe her stuff a-
thing to do against: It ia't oe o much. It's
wony ho get -it's---pep.ii y...'
tript night "One thing fl sure," he
-or $. pink chuckled, "a lidg man who's
Mtoiryl are afraid of a powlrfu.' wmnan has
noriptIsan in three strikes a a Wt hhi.
ip. "That kill the )bounce right
rip-snorting from the start," be-Maid. "A mo-
Ith her lead- vie queen getio whiff of fear
from a man and ahe will run him
down. It's Instinct:In a woman
ho's zoomed like that. "
stiratosphere "That's why these girl have a
, straight on right to protect themselves. They
ce. are cooked It they get a schle-
e all-power- miel for a leading man. The bal-
. "They have ance is lost. A big. star finds her-
t gets across self worrying about her leading
ly, they have man Instead of herself. But when
n with the the guy can bounce it right back,
th.. They've then everything's fine. You work
'bounce' to with Lana, for ,instance. The
;ene-stealing script line Is. '.Good morning,
"But, brother, with a woman
wised up to like Lana you're not really say-
ce when he ing, 'Ood -morning, sweetheart.'
urner in "No You're saying, 'Wheel' Every man
d with Bette in the audience knows that. You
in Demand." get that old bounce aid you
for another don't need lines: The bounce does
the talking."
Barry whistled and fanned-
opped on it, himself with his luncheon menu.
e are bounce It was the able with Bette Da-
vis, he said. ,
rry, taking a Bounce, bounce and more
it his cigaret. bounce!, t
"The day that the announce-
e Oreers and ment was made that I'd be her
"No soap" leading man In 'Payment on De-
director mand' my telephone started* to
vhippersnap- ring. People told me that she was
aspect, hadn't a temperamental dame who
would eat me up alive. They also
told me that he 'was washed up
ed inpictu.res
"That's. a. pool-room kind of
thinking that I hate. The day
that Bette Is +washed up in pic-
tures. I hope I'm still .alive. We
had 10 days for rehearsals. It
turned out we only needed five.
Bounce--that's what It was.
Bette' it." 0
om the dif- He could have used some of it
churchess of himself, he said, when he was
ve signed up broughtkout to Hollywood by Pa-
r the Chris- amount akd started off his ca-
rence to be reerwith "Lady in the Dark" and
August 27th- "Rinbow Island." He said:
"I stank up a lot of Paramount
Picture. I didn'tknow what I was,
the Confer- doing Dorthy Lamour had to
eased in its hold its hand and calm me down
rough Uni- in '8akbow Island.'"
shipping and "After-Paramount It was a mat-
bhese Christ- ter o5' hanging on until I learned
able to be- how to act in pictures. It didn'-
'istian lead- cormeieasy. Then I sort of caught
t desperate- onto things and It-began to show
in my; pictures,.I gum. Now I'm
Idn1eeIuAtwactato MOGM And the
ale Includes: pain is .g0neh'I know tae score
urses, Iltey- noW' -
. drama and



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Apartdo 1913, Panama

LACTOGEN provide, in a form Baby ean soely digemt and unl
the food elements necesary to satisfy the needs of ls fmat powik
frame and body: food to make good deae bonae seoad othM; m'
lithe musle; quiet ners; a happy di poeko and a emag eieMu
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infant feeding.

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The MeR 3eR i an open forum tor readers ot rhe Panome Amerieesn
LelOn we recelveo gratefully and ore handled in a wihoU cenildentNol
If y~ ellbmute a better dent be Impptient if doesn't eppear the
es*t day. LoWes e*N published in the order received.
Ples tiy to kee tes letten limited to em pege lemgh.
IdeNity letter wrltern s held in strictest confidence.
Thib ewlpeper essumes me respolibility for statements eleem
.p ed i leers fiem readers.

"For the Mailbox."
So e time ago there was printed in the Mailbox a purported
translation into English of the words accompanying Panama's
National.Hymn. During the past 47 years we have seen three or
four different translations of the words of this fine hymn, but
none of them seem to agree, the one recently published in the
Mailbox least of all.
In the year 1913. the writer requested Sister Marina Ucr6s, of
the San Jos6 college for girls in Panama City, to translate into
English the words of this hymn for a book on Panama and the
Canal Zone which came out the following year. Sister 7Tcr6s
gracefully complied. The result was submitted to the late Er-
nesto Lefevre, an ex-President of Panama and an expert in such
matters. His comment was: "Admirably done."
For the purpose of comparison, the translation printed last
spring in the Mailbox is reproduced, along with Sister Ucr6s'
translation: .
W. C. Haskins


"At last we have attained vcitory
In the happy field of unity;
With glowing light of glory
A new nation is resplendent.
"Let us cover with a veil
The past, the Calvary and the Cross:
And allow it to adorn the blue of Heaven
In harmony with splendor of light.
"Progress caresses your land
To the rhythm of a sublime song;
Both seas roar at your feet
Giving way to your noble mission.
"In your fair land spread with flowers,
Wooed by its warm kisses.
Warriors ended their battle.
Leaving way only for brotherly love.
"Forward with pick and shovel
To work without delay;
/ie shall then be glorious
In this, Columbus' new world."
"Panama! Land of all our Devotion.
Hall to thee, Union true, Union grand;
Speed thy glory from ocean to ocean;
To our Nation, we pledge heart and hand.
"Like the surge on our shores ever sounding,
In each heart rings the song of the Free;
Peace and Love with their wings all surrounding;
Loyal sons give their lives unto thee.
"Onward still be the course of our Nation,
As the waves of the deep swiftly glide;
Thro' the Ages shall, our land take its station
With the grand of the earth side by side.
" Tis to thee, Land of Love, we are plighted,
And the din of the strife now is o'er;
Once again, brothers all, we are united.
While the Flag of the Free guards our shore.

"Brightly gleams now the Star of our Union;
Still for Peace and for Fame may it shine,
All our hearts and our lives in communion
'Till the last stroke of Time shall be thine."
W. C. Haskins.
NOTE:-The translator duplicated the last two lines in the
first verse for reasons of her own. W. C. H.

Curundu, Canal Zone
Mail Box Editor
Panama American
My Poor Little "Disgusted"
Your story has touched me deeply. I, unfortunately, live
In the Skid Row of Curundu, otherwise known as "The District."
In reference to your uncouth descriptions of this particular
area. I suggest the following perscriptions....
I. "The Birthplace of Loud Radios" All one has to do
Is put in a requisition to Curundu Housing to have the walls of
the apartments made just a little thicker than they now are.
This will eliminate the noise of the radios that disturb people
such as you show. yourself to be who probably start their beauty
rest call it such if you may) about eight o'clock at night.
II. "The Squalling Brat" I suggest you make a person
to person call on the parents of these juvenile delinquents. I'm
sure they'll give you the solution to your little problem. They
probably both work to try and make a halfway decent living
for the child and themselves. The poor child probably feels
neglected and knows he has the Income Tax to blame. By the
way, don't you have a family of your own or is that too human
a trait?
III. "Drunken Men" Alcholics Anonymous hear his
plen some candidates he has found for three...I am forced
to admit that it isn't too enjoyable to awake in the morning
to the strains of someone upchucking but then everyone can't be
perfect. Your local drugstores carry an adequate supply of
earstoppers so -
IV. "Footloose Women" My, we are really getting a
wee bit vulgar now, aren't we? My persecuted "Disgusted,"
there are many things that go on in Curundu that shall go
down unchallenged, untold, in the pages of the History of this
thriving and peaceful community. I'm also sure that if you ap-
ply for your Junior Sherlock Holmes outfit and investigate these
lewd happenings, you will find many innocent people suffering
because you choose to outdo Jerry Lewis in his interpretation
of the "Busy Body." Believe it 'or not, there are some decent
people living within this area who cringe at the verbal insults
of some ignoramus like yourself.
And now, my dear "Disgusted," after following the advice 1
have given you very closely, if it fails to work, I have but one
thing to say ......

"A Ship Leaves Every Friday"
Ters for Smooth Sailing

Time Will Tell

Which Economk

Plan Is Best
is a piece to pad*e in the book
and forget about for six months
or a year.
After that lapse of time, get
it out and let the course of
events decide which of the two
exactly opposite 4 omi pro-
grams now bein urged on Con-
fress was the right one to fol-
The first of the e programs
is that of President. Truman. It
is supported by Defense Mobili-
zation Director Charles E. Wil-
son and Economic Stabilization
Director Eric JohnstoW.
The Prehident is nt course a
Democrat and Mesaq.. Johnston
and Wilson are long-time Re-
publicans. Nevertheless, this is
the Truman administration pro-
It is supported by the Cabinet,
and by what should be the ma-
jority but is really the minority
of Congress-the Democrats who
back the Truman program.
The second of these pro-
grams may be -tcdled the
program of the National
Association of Manufac-
turers, the U. S, Chamber
of Commerce, and the Ame-
rican Farm Bureau Federa-
tion, for lack of a better de-
Anyway. leaders of these
three organizations a n d
their Washington spokes-
men have been the most
vocal in presenting the
main ideas.
This program has the support
of majorities in both Houses of
Congress. These majorities are
made up of most of the Repub-
licans and enough Democrats
who do not support the Presi-
dent's program to provide vot-
ing control in Congress.
Now take a look at the two
programs themselves.
The President's program has
been most recently re-stated in
his mid-year economic report to
The present world situation
demands that the United States
strengthen its own defends at
home and the defenses of its al-
lies abroad.
Defense expenditures, which
were $18 billion a yeas before
the Korean invasion, have been
raised to $48 billion to the past
year. Next year they will go to
$61 billion and the year after
that, perhaps more.
This increased defense spend-
ing will raise personal Incomes
by from $15 billion to $20. bil-
lion a year above the current
:rate. + y, -4
ChmneI steel, aluminum
and other materials into defense
production will create shortages
of consumer goods.
The combination of these two
factors-more money to spend
and fewer things to buy is
bound to lead to disastrous in-
flation unless certain preventive
measures are taken.
Among the more impor-
tant are increasing U. S.
taxes by some $10 billion
a year to soak up some of
the increased personal in-
come and to finance the de-
fense production on a pay-
as-we-go basis, balancing
the budget, preventing de-
ficit financing. Also, au-
thority is asked to control
prices, wages and rents to
keep down the cost of the
defense effort and to keep
inflation from getting out
of hand.
In opposition to this program,
here pre he highlights of the
NAM.43CC-AFBF point of view.
These three powerful business
organizations have not united
to present an agreed-on pack-
aged program, it should be made
Elsworth C. Alvord, chairman
of the Chamber of Commerce
Finance Committee, testifying
before the Senate Banking Com-
mittee, says the federal budget
can be brought into balance this
year without increased taxes.
If taxes do have to be In-
creasing Individual income and
corporate taxes.
NAM's Managing Director
Earl Bunting declares the Tru-
man -administration "has failed
entirely to prove its case lor
direct price and wage controls
... By eliminating non-essential
expenditures, adopting a sound
nay-as-we-go tax program and
limiting the use of private cre-
dit. the nation can prevent.....
The NAM News accuses
the Truman administration
of "education by trickery."
And'it accuses C. E. Wilson
and Eric Johnston of being
"prisoners of their subordi-
nates-the bright slide rule
boys.. who feed them the
data on which their think-

ing is based."
The AFBF board of directors,
meeting in Chicago, passed a
resolution beginning: "We-re-
affirm and reemphasize our
firm conviction that price and
wage controls are undesirable
and inappropriate in a period
such as the present "
The AFBF News Letter de-
clares: "The cease-fire possibi-
lities in Korea should clearly
and definitely cause Congress
to recognize., they should not
be responsible for applying the
kind of controls that the Ame-
rican system of government
and the Ameri:an system of
free enterprise cannot live
Which of these two programs
is right? Well, salt this piece
away for six months or a year,
and then decide for yourself f


Matter Of Fact

By Joeph and Stewart Alsop
WASHINGTON.-There is a key to the mind direct action, might cause the American ruling
of Joseph Stalin. For, if the past is any guide clique to unleash a new war.
to the present and future, the voluminous "One can succeed by the direct frontal at-
writings of Stalin and his predecessor Lenin tack, only when one enjoys an overwhelming
reflect the motives and intentions of Stalin -saperiority of force.
quite as accurately as ,"Mein Kampf" did in "We must carefully consider whether we now
Hitler's case. enjoy such a superiority.
In the following imaginary address by Stal- "It is true, comrades, that the glorious peace-
in to the Politburo, the words italicised are loving Red Army can smash the aggressor kr-
Stalin's own words, or the words of Lenin miles of the imperialist lackey Nisenhower into
quoted with approval by Stalin. a thousand pieces.
"Comrades. It has been whispered that the "Yet our stocks of people' democratic atomic
war in Korea was an .error. Tills Is counter- bombs are' still comparatively low.
revolutionary iniantilism. "Moreover, the Iron discipline necessary for
"It is true that it has been necessary to tht dictatorship of the Proletariat has hot been
liquidate those enemies of. the people, the even yet fully, imposed on the people's demo-
agents who reported that the American im- crackles, most notably in the case of-China.
perialists would not strongly react. "For such reasons, we must ask ourselves
whether for a time It will not be well to take
"Yet these are the checks which we must the zigzar path.
expect in the worldwide war in which we are "For, although Marxism energetically resists
engaged, a war which is a handred times more compromises,. Marxism deems it necessary to
difficult, prolonged, and eompieatod than the resort to compromise.., when the new is not
most stubborn of ordinary wars between states yet strong enough to overthrow the old and
"Now, however, the ftw has come to re- when forces are Inadequate, detours, waiting
consider our situation. We most remember that periods, zIgsags, retreats... may be neessary.
we live at all times but a halr's breadth from "The way of the zlgsag path is also clear.
intervention by the imperialists. "First. It will be. necessary to liquidate 'the
"We of course know that it Is inconceivable war in Korea. even should this cause diffi-
that the Soviet' Repubile Aeuld'centinUe to culties with that devious, sly-.-I mean with
exist for a long period side by side with the our great. peace-loving comrade, Mao Tse-tung.
imperialist states. Ultimately one or the other "We must then greatly strengthen the peace
must conquer. offensive, while I shall again find an oppor-
"The imperialists are now preparing a pre- tunity to stress the exportable doctrine of
datory alliance, led by. the United States. peaceful co-existence.
"As is well known, when it' becomes suf- "Finally, we must by every means 'exacer-
ficlentlv strong, this predatory alliance will fly bate the struggle between the ruling cliques
at the throat of the first socialist state. of powers in the imperialist camp,' as Corn-
"In this situation, our aims are clear. Our rade Molotov aptly said at Warsaw, In order
ultimate aim must be, as always. all power to to cause the disintegration of the imperialist
the Soviets. alliance.
"But first,the defense of the Soviet Union "Yet here too. the danger Is evident-that
must be considered paramont-at any price, despite all our efforts, the disintegration of
the victory of the Red JArmy ever the armies the imperialist alliance will not result.
of the imperialists must be assured. "So, comrades, which is it to be? The direct
"This can be assured in only one way, by path? Or the zigzag path?"
breaking up the imperialist alliance. That Stalin and the men in the Kremlin
"But in order to do this. we must make a are thinking in some such away is as sure as
choice. For this is a, time when history eeo- that the leopard has spots.
fronts us with the aeetgy of deciding whe- It may be. of course, that they will make no
ther to take the direct eot Jgpe t. elearcut choice, taking, as so often before, both
'The nature of the dimt t the path of paths at once.
the direct frontal atteek, ele- r._ Yet we should quite soon have a very good
"One way to take the direct path, for exam- Idea of the general direction of the K amlin's
pie. would be to order now the liquidation oft decision. -
the fascist mercenary Tito by the araita ot. For the outcome of the true, taelk N Korea
the peace-loving Peool' Democracies, R6- should provide solid evidence, whether the
mania. Hungary and ulga Kremlin is to take the direct path-whch will
If brought to a efM eale loa,-3s lmost surely lead to war--x te *at
a direst frontal attWek will m~ i t pu I'- .-whbeh may lead to -pree*"loa I
let predatory alliance to e. state of Adt-war-not-peace.
y et the-ranger hr is MS As lt e (Copyriht, 1961. NeW York wedTaa T9
known, the liberation TUilavia. or Ot Inc.)

Come Now, WWe's

or. wAK T\\ -ft.

If 've o It or you've fod It
If you'd ra It tor you'd U-
TeiU A u M sht oit

P.A. CLASSIED buy as well


Drew Peason say: Corneron rye mark
tigated; 'Pwrchase of Canadiun rye uwd.min.*
price supports; Senator Wilay speaks United St
WASHIWOTON,-4t look$ as if Seetar Of
nan, an honbest, able public servant, ouh to
going' on uInside his AgricIture Depf i-wHi
nearing of the ye maret and the nup, W
rye dumped in tls country.
Not onlyhas a group df specula bao
Ing, but a million-dollar bribe w- d
of a former Agriculture Deparm'L-
buy Canadian rye. ** .
The official Is Ralph T, of t
Department's production a*
out of te department
betwet Brannan and his ex-boss,Wi. t
T'rigg came to Anderson, white-fad, to
million'dollar bribe offer to get him t W 0nge-the- m
dian rye and include it la the huge shipments
to Europe.
QUestioned this column, Trig refused to revel t, i
of the man who he a itted had said "it would be worth'W
lion do a r to the rye speculators It he would change h- iS
about buying Canadian rye. -
Trigg also admitted that if he a given the word
dian rye) he probably could havp co the millu
word on rye purchases, he said, was fna l.
He also said he had attended a conference
Brannan at which two senators urged him to buy.
and that Brannan turned down the senators'and
The shocking thing, however Is that almost im redItey
Trigg left the Agriculture Departut, his uccmssors r
Position and began buying huge quantities of Canadian 'ry*.-
This did two things. /
1) It meant millions to the big speculators who had
buying up Canadian rye on the gamble that they would
the Department Into changing its ban. .
2) It meant discrimination against American farmers wlB)g
grow rye. ..
Experts agree that there was ample American rye on had
to meet European shipments. These are made under the Marshull
Plan to Germany and Austria which use rye bread. 7;,,-
Furtherlore, the purchase of Canadian rye was really a mn1
of. undermining the.U.S. price-support system for the benafti
of the big speculators. t
What they did was buy Canadian rye-which has no pric
support, bring It into the United States, then sell it in a country'
which has price supports.
Thus by buying low in Canada and selling high here. th
made a killing. W
Figures on Government rye purchases since Secretary Brahr ;
nan reversed Trlgg' ban on Canadian rye show why it was
worth a.nllion dollars to get this reversal.
For rye purchases suddenly shot up. During the 12 month. LA
ending June 30, the Agriculture Department purchased about 7
3,700,000 bushels of rye for ECA.
S ut over one-third of this was purchased in April, May, an
June-after the ban on Canadian rye was lifted.
Simultaneously, imports from Canada also shot up. :
4,000,000 bushels imported from Canada during the 12-mona
period ending June 30, approximately 1,000,000 bushels came I
during June.
Obviously, this bears out Trigg's fear that, once the Canadia
ban was lifted, rye would start pouring into the United States. -~
The excuse given by the big rye dealers in lobbying t
Agriculture Department was that they had bought CandlaM 1
and got it mixed up with American rye. .
Therefore they couldn't tell which was which aiww
the department to buy both Canadian and Ameriamw rye ftiro
Gus Gelssler, who succeeded Trigg $ charge of pPC
and marketing, claimed, to know., -bout tf0 s m
verbal. He said. he. didWtvknow.wh I e r ei uB
mnent was uyoing Can.dan rye
"Aril't you the oewhoakesthe idon whether tobw '
Canadian rye?" he was asked.
"Yes," Was the reply, "but the authorityIs delegated." '
Meanwhile the mystery grows as to who made the decelsion .
for which a million-dollar bribe, was offered and- which, cleanede
up many millions for speculators.
Note-Secretary, of Agriculture Brannan has been in EuroAL
The eight senators who traveled with genial Alexander Wi .A
through Europe recently are still telling their colleagues ait
Wiley's use of French. .
The Wisconsin senator could say "parlez vous" and "imet*i,..
but he couldn't seem to work his words Into the right placesD-
ing from Wisconsin, naturally he knew the French word'
But ordering breakfast at the Hotel Bristol in Paris, WUe
boomed out In English, "Boy! boy!" and started giving his oW
to the scurrying French waiter. -
"Your room numbaire, s'll vous plait," the waiter kept '--
"I don't want any butter," protested Wiley, apparently c
fusing barer" with "beurre."
Senator Gillette finally broke in and explained, "He wailt
to know your room number." t
"Well, why didn't he say 'so?" thundered Wiley. "Doesn't s~.
body speak United Statei around here?".
The Army administrative center in St. Louis, which proce
family allowances, has collected some,prize letters from OJ. ]-,
pendents. The colonel in charge admits he's been collecting t
for several years, but anyway here are some excerpts. "
"Please send my elopment," wrote one G.I. wife, "as I hi a
a 4-months old baby and he is my sole support and I need"V1l'
I can get every day to buy food and keep him In close."
Another scolded: "I have already wrote the President, anilt
I don't hear from you, I will write to Uncle Sam irbout you botif.
"You have changed my little boy to a girl, does this
any differencee" inquired an anxious mother. some excerpts from the Army's St. Louis files: '.
"This is my eighth child, what are you going to do about. .
"Sir, I am forwarding my marriage certificate and my to (a)
children. One Is a mistake as you can see."
"Please' sed me a letter and tell me if my husband mad1
application for a wife and baby." -,
"I am writing you to tell you that my baby was born two"e
years ago and is two years old. When do I get relief?" t
"I gave birth to a boy weighing 10 pound. i 'Ihope.
"I can't get my pay. I got six children, can you tell nu mhi
this Is?" V
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syadlete, Inc.) ;



0 1 -, '

Man And Beast

NAIROBI.-You see before you a fellow filled M'Bogo Is nothing much but an old hecow until
with dread. The dread comes of having to go you hqrt him.
back home to work, back to bad news, back to It is poluale to stalk up smack into the, mid-
confusion and taxes and all the other modern dle of the herd and whack a buff on the` rear
conveniences unknown .o the simple savage, end withol4t 'too much danger of anything but
One weekend in Nairobi, after we had limped being run over by some old gentleman who just
back on our wounded vehicles, is enough to send wants to get away from there,
me off on safari tomorrow if only I had the Having lived most of my life in cities I never
time and the money. knew about ljeace of mind, and, soul until, I
It turns out I prefer monkeys to people, and packed up for this trip.
there is nothing in the jungle so awesome as I know now why most white hunter. make
the snort of a charging taxicab. As for commu- bad husbands. They can't stand the noise and
nications confusion of ordinary domesticity after they
During some six weeks of being lost in the have lived tranquilly in the high bush.
bush, we. cut the radio on exactly once, in or- I will miss the tiny flickers of the cooking
der to receive a special broadcast concerning fires, and the hling of our own great blaze,
some spare parts for Jessica the jeep. more than I ever missed home.
There was a routine world news broadcast go- I will even miss getting up at dawn's crack,
ing on, and we switched off the radio in hor- and this is something I never thought would
ror. You never heard so much assorted trouble happen to old Slug-a-bed.
in your life. Certainly, I will never again eat with the
That night the hyenas sounded especially voracious appetite of a hyena loosed in a
friendly, as they giggled and whooped and butcher shop.
fought outside camp. f And the vision of cold breast of gineba hen
There was an old lion over behind the next after a tough morning's hmt 3Is bound to haunt
hill, grumbling about the cold, an4 he sounded me as'I pick at whatever itIs I'm supposed to
like an old friend. eat and ain't hungry for.
Even the bugs that torture you seemed to It is possible that there is more Boy Scout in
have new consideration n their bites at least ea e than in most city slickers, but as I contem-
the quit biting on old wounds. plate returning to te jungles of New' York I
There is nothing in a Jungle that isn't tole- would say that there is more truly civilized
rant if you leave him alone, including snakes. virtue in a filed-toothed Wa-Kamba than you
It's only after you've hurt him or scared him are apt to find in the council halls and eyries
or invaded his privacy that he slaps you silly of the mighty.
with a horn or tramples you into the dirt. Anyone who has ever lived in Washington,
This cannot be said of the civilized humans too, might consider a monkey jungle a haven
into whose midst I dread to head. of peace and good manners by comparison.
By comparison I feel friendly to buffalo, So it seems as I must push off for New York
which I once feared greatly. to deal with the savage natives and wild beasts
A few hundred miles of crawling after them of Manhattan, and I am undecided as to which
have taught me the axiom that even the fierce weapon to employ.

f .

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C. ,,,

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I J.

HO A preent&a* lk'esta feela-'
Se. madora ANITA VLALAZ...
S. I .Un menxaje potico que
3"I SAL N nOT a u *:U p-m .

Red Ponamericesa
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P. ME aCOL8 AGOSTO15. 91

_i t~kA

El Mi isfro de Gobierno

determipard6 lo funci6n de

los ceduladores en la Rep.

S Minlmtro de Goblerno Dr.
S fl4uel Angel Ord6pe, mInfor-
imd esta mafana que eadese e
priknero de los corrientes co-
SmnMarin a trabajar loa ce-
dul&dores que mertn demignados
de aouerdo eon los candidates
queW .sugeran los tobe.rnares.
SAfteg6 que el Mn nstefo ha
Tesnsabilizado directamente a
los gobeanadores sobre la bue-
,ha matrca de 4 iselebraci6n en
sus ,respectivas provincial y que
ast"o deben rkaponsabilizar a
lom alcaldes.
El sistema que as seguirA se-
ra el sigulente: Habr formu-
nlos en triplicado que ilenari
41, Iteresado. Dos coplas seran
entregadan al Alcalde y al Go-
bernador. Una vez recibidas ei
Panam soe remitirimn las cdu-
las con lists en triplicados,
una de las cuales tambein recd-
bir.n cada uno, el gobernador
Y al allde, con obllgaci6n de
colocarlas en sitio visible para
lnformiel6n de los. interesados,
Los denuncios por demora en
Ia aentrega de cidulas quq se.
comprueben e r t n catigados'
aeveramente, inform6 el Minis-
tro. Otrg punto important en
el deceto que reglamenta las
funulones de los ceduladores y
qub iera dictado muy pronto,
es al de que tendrin que dar
facllMades a los miembros de
todos lon partidos politicos pa-
(Paas la PAgina 4, col. 6)

Miles de firmantes

piden Ja dibertad

de Arnulfo Arias
Son de las Provindias de
Veraguas y Chiriqui

e -nos ha entregado para su
publidaec6n el siguiente me-
cmo Mseoor.
PFre*idete de la Republica
aq AIMhi n As.nmnam.

Is !w ignal reU-
C1, en uestl lo que le co-
rruspoada en 'a condiai6n d-
Peildetes de la"Itep~blica, car-
go de que eas inwvtido el
dft 10 de mayo; qae, por cLn-
.igulOte, su d 16n es 'abl-
t a. Detenl ue solo per-
h uKim P ftin pO11o y que, per
lo mtsmo. es 'Un iotivo permna-
nenbe de alitaecf national, ya
que .lo que e Wimos cob El
doet-r Ar-aulto M-M. aran-
te consdefnoas
moralmente irhpedidos para de-
dicarnos excluAlvamente a nu.S-
tros quehaceres, como son nue.3-
tros deseos. mientras 61 permnna-
rezca en la Carcel.
Per todas eas consideracio-
(Pass a Is Pig. 6. cot 8)

U aegta esta noche

don Jullo Ernesto


Don J. E. Heurtematte
Procedente de Washington
Ilegari eats noche por la via
adrek don Julio Ernesto Heurte-
matte, miembro principal de
nuestra delegaci6n a la segunda
reunion extraordinaria del Con-
sejo Interamericano Econ6mico
y Social que tendri lugar en
esta ciudad capital durante las
pr6ximas semanas.
E senoftr Heurtematte ha re-
presentado a PanamA en el
Conselo desde el aflo de 1946,
fecha de su fundaci6n. Durainte
este period le ha tocado par-
ticipar en diversas actividades
de la Organizacion de Estados
Amerlcanos, y por su destaa-
dot S uacin ae Ie llev a ucu-
fma is9 Pa. 8. eOL 1)

sa pbrI la sahd

del Dr.A. Arias M.

Numeroa personas aslstieron
esta maftiana a sla Igleala de oat-
ta *At ciudad dond ,ee
celebraba una misa pop la sIalud
del Doctor Amtlfo Arias, awlln
cumple en esta fec* 4el aniver-
Parlo de su nacimiedt. El Dr.
Arias se encutentra detenMdo en'
la CArcel Mode de eatsa ludad
por razones political.
Ademis cientos de telegramas
de las distintas secclones de la
Repfblica se han recibido hoy en
la residencia del Dr. Arfulfo
Arias en los cuales se le felielta
efusivamente por mu cumppleaflos.

Estampilla conmemorativa

alMount Hog it le dar eata tarde a la 5
milder dCl- L 4i W Casai, Frandk K.
sMte caballnu Getore W. Westannsa
i rNmUa s Ws O ea Is eNil6on de una
4" a G atao eonmemrande la la-
rels la s ieeMin 4eJ Care de Paami.L
1l4 ega@MB a.e ia 1CCtM Atliaties a
all- .OmbalsA4lawtsoy Cow
n _Zi lb Dhu1iaa do



recorren las calles de Quito


La Cancilleria

Peruana expide

un comunicado

IdMA, agonto 15. (UP). La
CLnAcil=lia del Peru emiti6 ayer
tarde el siguleate comunicado:
"Ante las infundadas asmms-
clones del Gobierno del Ecua-
dor y las igualmente infunda-
das apretcaciones sobre el pro-
tocolo do limites, el Goblemrno
del Pert expone:
1) Se ha soliitado quoe lo
cuatre Estados garantes del
P1rotocoo de 1942 -Argentina,
Brasil, Chile y Estados Unidos-
saeepten efectuar en la fronte-
ra una exhaustive investigaclon
de lOs heehos para establecer
Isa verdad y Ia consaiguient e res-
ponspbilldad, dejando constan-
cIa 4 e ael Pern acepta, deed*
iueo, i form a en que pueda
reaarse ess investigaci6n pro-
porclonando todas las facilidas-
des quoe fueren requeridas".
2) So ha solicitado tambiln
que dichos cuatro Estados ga-
rantes del Protecolo de 1942, de
conformidad eon el articulo So.
de dieho Protocolo tengan a
bien reunirse como en las ve-
ces anteriores en Rio de Ja-
neiro Para que econ su concurso
so estableses la linea que deba
completer la demarcaci6n do
la frontera eonforme al menco-
nade Protoeolo.
3) Ante los cuatro Estados
gasrnt en.o la reunion que om
reee o ftne a. lo expuesto
en pit tfo interiorr quedara
admotta Lfouia clamra, qe

En la tarde de ayer fu6 arres-
tado ef joven Jorge Chismar
Carrillo, de 23 aflos de edad y
residents en Avenida laB. e In-
genio en Pueblo Nuevo,
de haber hecho disparoa a
miembrts de la Policia Secreta
y haberae robado various auto-
m6viles en la cludad4
El jovtn Carrillo, quiea tiene
pendlente una condena de 7 a-
tios, tenia aterrorizado .varii,s
barrios de la ciudad con wia se-
rie de rbbos y disparos de ar-
mas de fuego.
En mementos en que tud a-
rrestado se le encontraron. en su
posesi6n' uan placa de la Poli-
cia Secreta pertenecientenal de-
tective Abel Pdre;z que de f -e-
ra robada en la playa de Bella
Vista et domingo pasado, ade-
miLs una pistol Luger almasna
calibre 22 con 2 proveedores y
dos cajas de balas.
En la Policia Secreta el joven
Carrillo confes6 ser la persona
que habia hecho varloa robos de
carros en la ciudad y de haber
disparado en diversas ocasiones
a miembros de la Policia Secre-
ta y los particulars qua tan-
sitaban en altas horas de ]a

El pueblo es arengadl en las

plazas, pero prevalece calma

esperandose acontecimientos
-0 -
QUITO, agosto 15 (UP)-Seis mil ciudadanos ecuato-
rianos so congregaron anoche en la Plaza Mayor de Quito en
otra manifestaci6n patri6tica demostrando su solidaridad
con el Gobierno en la-disputa fronteriza conW el Perd.
Al mismo tiempo, *Iel Ministro de Relao ones Exteriores
Neftali Ponce se encontraba informando al Congreso sobre
los dltimos acontecimientbs on los incidents fronterizos
quo aegun Ecuador fueron provocados cuando fuerzas pe-
ruanas atacaron las guarniciones ecuatorianas on la fron-
tera. ,
A las seis de la tarde do ayer comenzaron a reunirse
various grupos en las esquinas, dirigi6ndose luego hacia la
plaza eon donde hizo uso de'la palabra un saoerdote cat61lico
pidiendo al pueblo quo mantuviera la calma.,
Otros oradores pronunciaron patri6ticosliIscursos des-
de las escalinatas del Palacio Nacional, haciW6do 6nfasis en
que el Ecuador se enoontraba listo para rechazar la agre-
si6n. A pesar del fervor de los oradores y el aspocto patri6-
ticb de la manifestaci6n, los manifestantes estaban en

En Lima y otras parties del Per4 tambir. prevalecia
'Paa. 1 a iq Pie f Col. 7

Deben respetarse

los Instrumentos

de conclHaclon

NUEVA YORK, Agosto 15 (U.
P.)-El diario "La Prensa" que
se public en castellano, inst6
a Ecuador y Perui a mantener la
cordura que han demostrado en
la dispute fronteriza sin perder
la fd en los instruments de
conclliaci6n del sistema inter-
En su editorial "La Prensa"
dijo que los dos pauses "vienen
dando al mundo un bell ejem-
plo de cordura. agitindose pa-
cificamente por sus derechos
correspondientes y sugiriendo
los medios juridicos de llegar a
formulas mutuamente satisfac-
El editorial seflala que los
cuatro paises garantes y la Or-
ganizacl6n de Estados America-
nos representan los causes im-
mejorables para la soluci6n pa-
cifica del problema.
El editorial finaliza diciendo
que "mientras tanto, correspon-
de a uno y otro Goblerno insis-
tir a su pueblo que se manten-
ga sereno no permittendo que
se confunda su sentido de dis-
cernimiento con los llamamien-
tos de dudoso patriotismo ni
que se le haga perder su fM en
]a eficacia de los buenos oficios
de sus inmejorables instrumen-
tos internacionales de concilia-

Delegaci6n de Panama al "ECOSOC"

LA DELEGACION DE PANAMA a Isa Segunda Sesl6n Extraordinaria del Consojo Inter-Ameri-
cano Econ6mlco y Social reunida en la Cancilleria con el objeto do cruzar ideas y preparar el
plan do trabaje pars las conferenclas. La del egaci6n do Panama esti presided a per elLie.
Galileo S i s, Mlistro de Hacienda y Tesoro, y Don Henrique doeObarrio, Contralor General
de la Repibileas. DELEGADOS PRINCIPALES: Dr. Oscar Muller, Profesor Emilio Clare, Sr.
Mario de Diego, r. Julio E. Heurtematte, Dra. Georgina J. de Lpez, Sr. Eduardo McCullough.
ASESORE : Dr. Rleardo J. Alfaro, Profesor Ma x Arosemena, Sr. Alfredo Alemn Jr., Sr. Roge-
IIo Aroemom e, Lie. Manul SoiLs P., Sr. Eduar do do Alba, Sr. Louis Martins, Profesor Renato
Ozore, Lie. amon e scobar, Sr. Rafael Zuble ta, Lie. Juan Rivera Z. ASESORES ESPECIA-
LES. DEL PRZEIDENTE DE LA DELEGACION: El Secretario del Ministerlo de Hacienda y Te-
soro, el Aseser Tonlco del Ministerio, Dr. Ped ro Comas Calvert. SECRETARIA GENERAL DE
LAS CONFERENCIAS: Srta. Carmen Mir6.
El lunes 0eA gototendralu Repblic, asu Gabinete, el Cucr- tes de la political dcon6mica y
gar en el "Aula M xima" do la po Diplomatico y altos funcloi- social de Ias Republicas Anic-
Universidad de PanamA a lan narios del Gobierno. Las demas ricanas pars reunirse y ponerse
5:30 de la arde la sesi6n inau- seslones de la conferencia ce ce- de acuerdo sabre unr prog a a
gural de la Begunda Ses16n Ux- lebrarin en el Hotel "El Pa- de trabajo para el Consejo.
traordinaria del Cornsejo IntLr- namrni". La delegacl6n de Panama cs-
americano Econ6mico y Social, Las conferencias durarin al- ta presidida por el Ministro de
con l asitencia del Excelcn- rededor de dos semanas, y da-Hacienda y Tesoro, Licenclado
tisimo -sotor Preaidente de Ia ran oportunidad a losa dirigen- (Praw a In Pi. 6 Col. X)

Serdn abierfos nuevamente los,

Prostibulos que clausuraron

Se reune esta noche Son los que se ajusten a las

Soc. de Ingeniers eigendas formuladas por el
Esta noche a las ocho se
reunira en el Club Union la So- U _N Jv _u | -.
ciedad Panamefiade Ingenicros, e y Plih ca
con lc objeto del Ineniderar o Mu-
riegtltucl6n del Initfniero Mul-

nicipal, Francisco Lopez Fabre-
ga por part del Consejo Mu-

CARACAS. agosto 15. (UP). -
Lleg6 Eugene Mirevtch, repre-
sentante de la Sodledad Inter-
americana de Prenpa. con el ob-
eto de invitar a ko periodis-
t venzolanos al coagreso in-
teramericano de preowa,que
celebrari en Montevideo en oc-
tubre pronximo.
Mirovltch psiMmeort una
a-uas e OWtMML.N jr iLir

Los prostibulos que f u er.on de meretrices y de Sanidad y
cerradOs hace poco tempo seran del resultado de las lnpecclones
ablertos nuevamente, cuai2co hechas por los miembrom de, la
hayan cumpahdo con todos los Secreta y la Policia Naclonal.
requisites que exige el depth Be nos inform que vayr,.
tamento de 8alud PilM ica y el prostibulos estin en reparacon
Minister de Go.blerno, se ios y efectuando una intense labor
Sfor6 en uentes officials. de higlenizacion con el objdto
Al efecto, durante la pr6xiaa do obtener nuevamente los per-
seman.,hat6 ea ua reunion cn- iWA de reapertura. en a i&iu-
tre a e aiydel Mlnisterio "ni a que hemos hecho refe-
de Oobl~rl., doi Armando Mo- renda.
reno qmufliM y el ffe de Hli,ie-
so P6W> jel D ezty nait T4abikn se no Inform6 que
e sfo",tode A',bL yi n Is act0uaiK p-
e.t. 8M e erian aM mdaus en l m oft di 7
^ S~~iiBI1s,. hms1s*oxo *^ ?>

Truco de magia

result en robo

de una sortija
A 6rdenes del Fiscal Primero
del Circuito, Licenciado AleJan-
dro Cajar se encuentra el seuor
Damian Valdis Caro de 32 ailos
de edad y resident en Avez:ida
Norte, acusado de haber sus-
traido por medio de engafos u-
na sortija de oro puro vencao-
lIno con ocho diamantes al ,e-
tor Selso Aliponga.
De acuerdo con la dentuncia
presentada por el seflor All-
ponga, el acusado le pdio Ia
sortija para hacerle un trico
miglco dofapareciendo no solo
Ia& orvtljataotmblfn el ai-
di uo.W acufao a su yes nie -
-2o1o=. i p &mauterta-

Los cafetaleros sostienen

seria perjudicial cualquier

rebaja en el precio del cal

Fallecdo ayer el

fundador de una

cadena de diarlos

BEVERLY HILLS, California,
agosto 15. (UP). Falleci6 a
los 88 aros de edad William
Randolph Hearst, uno de los
mis destacados editors de pe-
ri6dicos del mundo.
El fundador del imperio pe-
riodistico que lleva su nombre,
estuvo muy enfermo durante los
iltimos cuatro aros pero con-
tinu6 dirigiendo todas sus em-
presas casi hasta su iltimo mo-
Cuando falleci6 en su resl-
dencia a las 9:50 de la maflana
le acompahaban sus cinco hi-
jos y Martin Hubert, president
del Consejo de Administraci6n
y Richard Berlin, president de
la Hearst Corporation.
El mddico de cabecera publi-
c6 un parte diciendo que Hearst
comenz6 a sufrir hace cuatro
aflos los achaklues de la edad
avanzada y recientemente su-
fri6 various accidents vascula-
res cerebrales de los cuales no
(Pasa a la Pag. 4. Col.

En una interesanted r-m
que celebro6 un grupo do. -
taleros con la Comisi6n doe (
trol de Preclos y Ajute i
los sostuvieron el punto do.
ta de que seria contraprod9
te bajar el precio del cat
como esta comisl6n lo prop
Manifestaron los castc
que el Banco Agropecuaroiq
importando a B54.00 el qD
y el mis barato a B.
una calidad muy inferior .
que se produce en el Boqg
Agregaron que ellos estain
diendo el caf6 a B.50.00 y
conceptflan que ate no ea i
precio excesivo.
Los cafetaleros explicaron
en 1032 Boquete producia
de treinta mil quintales de
y que con motive de la
del precio de este grano as
apens ae produce de octho.
diez mil quintales, lo cual.e
alrcanza para el consume nad
nal, por lo que el Gobierno I
ne que exportar cerea de
mfll6n 'de balboas para
cafd del exterior. Agreg|
que con el precio que ha aI,
zado hoy, ya hay muchor 4
sanchando sus cafetales
si ahora se trata de bajar
precio, se la haria un grave-
fia esta actividad, de Ia
se beneficial centenares de
aonas todos los asos.

La CQmai6n ae iba a
vistar hoy con el Presid
Arosemena para exponerle
puntos de vista.

Curioso permiso se concede

a la Cia. Cubana de AMiaciou

para volar Habana.N. Yor

No podra hacer publicas sus relaconM con Is

WASHINGTON, a sAto ie ofta de bolet .
(UP). La Junta de Aerona- $in bar, la ord t d
tica Civil (JAC) autoria6 a la que estas restriteones na p6-
Compaflia Cubans de Aviaci6n hiben qua "cusIq a de oI.
para efectuar vuelos entire La dos 'compafiias xplazn tique-
Habana y Nueva York pero le tes a guas Inter-lineo pars It
prohibit identificarse con la transport en qua tengan. qu
Pan American World Airways usarse los aviones de amb".
en forma alguna. Las dos compaflias podran -
La Junta admitl6 que las res- sarse como agents gene
tricciones impuestas son "nue- except para los vuelos La
vas" pero dijo qua oran nece- bana-Nueva York.
sarlas .debido "a las condicio- _______. -
nes particulares de competen-
cia que existen en eta situa- p r
Bajo el permiso de tres afies
concedido, la Compaftia Cubana
de Aviacin podrd transporter Lk. F. l a
correo, pasajeros y carga entire
los dos puntos, pero al mismo Con motive de la vacacslo
tiempo se le prohibit hacer na- soiitadas poe l Fiscalcoa s
da qua reveled sus relaciones solicitada por el Fiscal t egu
con la Pan American. do del Segundo Ditrito Judicial,

La orden official decia que "el
portador no podra incluir en
su propaganda (inclusive la in-
signia en sus aviones) ni en sus
relaciones puiblicas nada que
demuestre sus relaciones con la
Pan American World Airways
como su agent ni servirA como
agent de la Pan American
World Airways para la venta
de tiquetes, aceptacion y en-
trega de carga area, solicitud
de trifico ni el suministro de
facilidades de reservaciones y

I dicnuciiLau Carlos AUUgsto u I
pez, el Licenciado Francisco At
varado ocupari por dos mea.
ese despacho, segun inforIn
obtenida en fuentes oficiales.



"Este es el moment mienos

oportuno para aumentar la

cuota del Seguro", M. Soils'

Con el objeto de exponer a
la prensa national las inten- !
clones de la Gerencia en cuan- Segu1ra frente
to a lo que debe ser y como .
debe opera la Caja del Segu- __ -.l.
ro Social, su Gerente, el Li- Unia InvSug M;ac"
cenclado Manuel Solis P., ce-I "4
lebr6 en la tarde de ayer una
reunion con representantes de li JU Z M. Burgo -:
los diarios locales, haciendo
hincapia en que la Instituci6n
debe de contar con la coope- El Juez Quinto del Circi s
racidn de la prensa y de la I manifesto hoy que por ahort
radio para dar al pblico la no e legal la a de
impresi6n exacta de su desen- dimento .
volvimiento. Juez Cuarto del Circuito,
El Gerente Solis dijo que es- .Ma .Bur gos, y dpuo W
tableceria en form dinamica el volver el expedlente .par
Departamento de Divulgacion y slga conocendo del mlSnM -
Relaciones Publicas de la Caja la peticin do excarcelac..
para que leve al p iblico la la- jo fansza preenntaa p' o
bor de la Instituci6n que orien- rnos detenidos politlce.
ta. En su resolucl6n el jad
Al referitae al aumento de QuintO manitiesta QUe o m C
la cuota, el Gerente manifesto sindicado d. Urriola (
que e.te as el moment menos A.) u"0defenso r don
oportuno pars llevarlo a cabo, Burgos no a .n parts mano
teniendo en cuents: lo.-Que la tado actual del n ,gocl
Caja no tiene suficiente pres- aun no ha pasado a s.a
tiglo publice y, 2o.-La actual pl naIa, melJIm eauto
situac 6n econ omla por la cual seftow ,Jua dUmel
atrav ie nt eli pain.C 0 W ZUtm
Los actuaes serviclos midicos toen *I& Mba sMsI
que prate la ICaja fueron ca- PD. 1 oeo .. .
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rented d1o0 quoe' se ha Iniclado ee LtcOidb a-iS wd
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: Constituye una necesidad nationall enterar a
Utdo el pais, mediante un adectado sistema de di-
vulgaci6n, sobre los diferentes servicios del Estado
9 los cuales tiene derecho la comunidad. En nuestro
Siedio, Ia generalidad de las personas desconocen
cailes son las funciones fundamentals de las ins-
litucipnes que tienen por objeto cumplir la mili-
iiple misi6n del Estado modern.
Saria un error career que la ignorancia aludi-
da s6lo existe entire los sectors menos preparados
la comunidad. No, existe en casi todas las ca-
|8s economicas y sociales de la uaci6n, y ello se
4dbe a que no hay en nuestro pais un met6dico sis-
jbu.. de divdgacipn en materja de facilidades que
.resta o debe prestar el Estado a los habitantes
del pafs. Desde luego que en lo que respect a
oientaci6n la deficiencia es mayor.
Como consecuencia de esta especie" de apatia
que priva en estas cosas, las instituciones del Es-
tado no llenan a cabalidad su cometido y, por con-
aiguiente, la comunidad no deriva de ellas las
ventajas a las cuales es acreedora.
Son muchos los ejemplos, casi incontables, de
los perjuicios que esta indiferencia nos causa. Qui-
Oa como prueba podria mencionarse uno, aparen-
temente insignificant pero que si confirm lo ex-
puesto en esta nota editorial. .La mayoria de los
| pnamerips no sabe que en el centro experimen-
tal de Divisa se pueden encontrar semillas y ar-
lbustos similares a los que hay en la Zona del Ca-
nal y que se consiguen a mejor precio. Constan-
temente se piensa aqui que en el pais no es posi-
hie conseguir estas cosas, no obstante que, repe-
timos, en el Centro Experimental de Divisa las
hay en mejores condiciones, a veces, que en la Zo-
nt del Canal.
Por otra parte, debe tenerse en cuenta la con-
veniencia de iniciar, junto con la campafia de di-
yulgacion de los diferentes servicios que. pueden
peestar todas las dependencias del Estado, otra que
t*nga per objeto orientar la comunidad en distin-
t apectOs. I da n 1ional. gy m
icos del extianjro se een avisos de agencies
4wciales en el sentido de'iluatrar al public sobre
c;estiones que ie interesan. En Mexico, por ejem-
se public hace poco tiempo un important es-
t#dio en relacion al empleo en la agriculture de
una semilla especial de maiz, explicando sus ven-
tajas e indicando la forma de obtenerla y el proce-
4ditiento para cultivarla.
Seria de desearse que en Panama se piense
a m serio en lo que respect a estos servicios eco-
Kn6mico-sociales que abarcan fundamentals ar,-ectos
di la funci6n estatal. Aqui se necesita una campa-
is divulgadora para ensefiar la forma de lograr es-
tos servicios y, al mismo tiempo, de una ticnica
orientaci6n para el debido aprovechamiento de es-
tas facilidades que el Estado esta en obligacion de

La Secci6n de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio
de Hacienda y Tesoro recibirA propuestas corradas has-
ta las nueve en punto de la mariana del dia 17 de los
corrientes por el suministro de COMESTIBLES Y MA-
Las especificaciones seran entregadas a los inte.-
resados durante las horas hAbiles de oficina.

I C t a rruse/

centeno; la compro de centeno canadiense esta mi-
nando los precious do apoyo de Estados Unidos.
Drew Pearson dice: Debiera investigarse el mercado del

cretario de Agricultura Bran-..
nan, un honrado y cimpeten--
te sevidor poblico, debiera
Investfgar que es 10 que esti
sucede*ndo dentro de su De-
parta mento *de Agricultura
respecto al mercado de cen-
teno y la gran cantidad de
centeno canadiense que esta
siendo enviado a este pais.
No solo un grupo de es-
peculadores esti hacienda un
gran negocio, sino que hasta
se llego a ofrecer a un ex-
funcionario del Departamento
de Agriculture un mill6n de
dollars, siempre y'cuando
comprara centeno canadlense.
El ex-funcionarlo es Ralph
Trigg, ex-Jefe del departa-
mento de producci6n y mer-
cados del Departamento de
Agricultura, qulen fue desti-
tuido debido a a peleas en-
tre Brannan y el Senador
Clinton Anderson de Nuevo
Al ser entrevistado per esta
column, Trigg rehuso reve-
lar el nombre de Ia persona,
rua le dijo que "los especu-
adors e screen que vale un ml-
ll6n de dolares si tu camblas
de parecer sobre. la compra
del centeno canadlense".
Trigg tambien, admiti6 que
si li hubiera aprobado Ia com-
pra de centeno canadiense,
quizas hubiera obtenido el
mill6n de dolares, pues su pa-
labra en lo reference a com-
pras era final.
Trigg tambien dijo que ha-
bia auistido a una conferen-
cla junto con Brannan, en la
cual dos senadores le pidie-
ron quq-.comprara centeno ea-
nadiense, y qu e Brannan re-
chaz6 a los senadores y o10
respald6 a 0l.
Lo poor de todo es que casi
Inmed aiamente despues que
Trigg bandon6 el Departa-
mento de Agricultura, sus su-
cesores comenzaron a com-
prar grandes cantidades de
centenp al Canada.

E s taa compras significant. |
dos costs:
1) op resentan millones de
doilarl ara los especuladorjs
4ue s estado codprandf
center ncianadlense con la es-
peran de qu e podiaj haeer
que el-l epartamento Se Agri-
eultura cambiara de parecer.
2) Es una discrimination un
contra los agricultores norte-
americanos que slemnbran cen;
teno. pt e n
Los experts estin de a-

cuerdo en que habia suficlen-
to eenteno norteamericano pa-
ra Waerle frente a las de-
madmas europeas. El centeno
se cnUia a Alemania y Aus-
tria pare la fabricaci6n de
pan y lo page el Plan Mar-
Mas aan, la compra del
centeno canadiense significa
en realidad un medio de mi-
nar el sistema de precious de
apoyo en beneficio de los es-
Lo que los especuladores hi-
eleron fue comprar cenieno
canadlense -que no t i e n e
prelude poyo- traerlo a
Stadeos Unidos y venderlo
luego en un pais que tiene
preelos de apoyo. Es decir,
compraron centeno barato en
*I CanadA y lo vendieron a
altos precious en Estados Uni-
dos ganindose millones.




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Ballet Indi on el Nacknal lES ARATO Y
Se anutela pare su presen-
Stacl6n. en, el Teatro Naclonal
S el Abado is tuna compafiia de
U --- Ballet HBdm Oarantiza este
ballet la 'preas mis presti-
o10se: la I MusIcal Da-
nie euyo reprsentante en Pa-CUA
PaDnIa fe Con nami esa el Maestro Herbert De
Pan americana castro. HerbertaDe
Esate ballet hindu tiene com1o
1 imera ballarina a Mrlnallni .
0 CS Sarabhal. I&a ran artista, espe-
ccialnta is el6 hratsa Natyam rn.
HOT MUERCOU I Y atbak$l;L Acom"paan a esa ,f a
P.M. O MIE OLS tigura mai declseis at-
P M. tlstas, lncluyendo b ailla rilnes,
3:30 Don Quakero ballarinas y mslicos de acom-
dramatizacl6n cortesia de pataaisnto: eston miaslcos usana
SAvena QMuaker us Intruaaentos ex6ticos.
3:45 Cuarteto Mayo Mtinale Sfarabhal naci6 en
dirige Ren6 Bantos el Sur de la India: alli estudi6 Y eso e0 lo que recibo cuan
4:00 Noticlerotradin de bales que
cortesia de los almacenes ho tradi e.6 de los complex qu ls PINTUKAS TROP
"Pereira" t6 su edueaci6n est6tica en la
4:15 Dedicatorlas Academia Americana de ArtelPBA
5:45 Driacla, El Hombre DramAtico de Nueva York. Ha POIQUE ESTA EN PANAMA .
Vampire estudlado tambi6n en Madras, P l baterotalo de 0a mcler.f, y
dramatizaci6n RPA en SUiZl, On Santiniketan. iBderno lAwatorlo de Is farica y
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire, Bal6 por primer yes en pa-- olelons ml pMblemal
po15 r Nacho Valdds blico en Bombay, a los cuatro orto qu TROPIDUIRA OFIO C
6:15 Canta el Trio afin ontet lsber qua CUAJDO OOM]i
Hermanos Rigual -asn AReNW sa Oq PARA EL fl
6:30 Sucesos de la humanidad El decorado con el que pre- M EBEO PAR&A L P
dramatizaci6n RPA sent sus balles Mrinalini Sa-
6:45 Sus canciones preferidas rabhal, asi como el vestuario,
cortesia' de la floristeria son featuosos: today la gama de
"Valvin" ]a imaginao ln oriental. Lo que
7:00 Lucho Azwrraga representaba Diaghilev pars el
y su 6rgano Occidente, lo represents este PANAMA;
cortesia del Ron carta ballet quO viene del Orlente. Los
Vieja ballet non adaptaclones de o- ARIAS y Empresas
7:15 Lazos de Odio bras 'mnagtrales, Inclusive de oA I
dramatizaci6n. cortesia de poemas de Rabindranah Tagore. MARCONI Panimea, S.A.
Cigarrlllos Camel El eopectAculo se ofrecera trees Av*t c ."" Po0O N.. 1
7:30 Piginas de Amor dieas conleoutlvo.r el 18, el 19 1" Tel. 1.
dramatizacl6n, cortesia de y el 20. Bera. dificll que ten-
El Aguila Imperial gamos otra ocasion para delei- COLON CASA MONTEMAYOR
4:45 La Voq bmoeonal tarnos con un arte como sdate.
de Betty Williamson Ha recorrido sla compafiia today
cortesia de Rhoda Sur Amdrica y en cada ciudad
8:00 El Dirlio de una Mujer que ha visltado su triunfo ha
dramatizaci6n, cortesia de sido enorme.
Almacenes La Aurora Esperamos que aqul ocurra
8:15 En. Vos Baja otro tanto.
con Anita Vlllalaz
cortesia de la muebleria 7:30 NotIecero RPA AI A
8:30 Variedades musicales 7:45 Su mlodia predilect M AS
9:00 Mujeres entire ReJas i00 esta en Manhattan
dramatizacion15 cortesia de Discoteca Internacional
Casa Angelini 83 Han ile Ase E I A S
9:15 Los trovadores rominti cs 8:45 ant Mxdine coa
8:45 Cantaros do Mexico M ED IAS
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy 9:0 Dedslafcados de Aire
10:00 Los Panacnericanos 1 No eri rPA
10:15 Francla y nu mfisica 10:45 N/t clero RPA
n10:00 Elmundo del vals MEDIAS
10:30 Dramatizaci6n BBC U1:05 Lt Novels Matinal
11:00 El Canclonero Nocturnal 11:15 Novel Matinal M
11:30 Masica sin palabra 11:30 "Ctre dos Amores"
12:00 Buenas noches 11:30 Cuba, su mfisica y
11 sus composltores
MASANA JUEVES 11:45 El Fakir Urbano
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6:00 Buenos dias cortsia de la EmpresaTA
:03 Almanaque de la Mayo IVENTA ESPE4
Panamericana 12:00 Conelerto Admirable
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cen en esta pigina, se complacen en expresar
a los Propietarios del Mercado Baturro, su
mis fervoroso deseo de que el 6xito corone la
apertura de este modern establecimiento, el
cual llena un vacio ampliamente sentido en la
comunidad. Igualmente quieren hacer public
reconocimiento del esfuerzo realizado por di-
chos propietarios, el cual contribute al mejo-
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La orden fue impartida por

SMinisterio de Gobierno

S.a Secreta y Policia NaL
y~~~~ -a 9

idzo operar de

nddicics y Ie

Sresvulto un nlno
i, Ik, Otevk6o Ahostb 15 -
). Cuando la sefnora de
RtUsell Sullivan enferm6 subi-
tamennte, mientras visitaba a bus
pVdres, en Falls City, pensa que
5 trataba de un ataque de a-
e ,poso, el sargento Sullil-
.4n, la llUevo6 al hospital. Pcro
6aOdo los mtdlcos se prepara-
bai a operar, descubrieron que
no habia tal apendicitis: se tra-
taa de la tercera hija del ma-
t~nlqnio, que llego sin prcvio
uCuando naci5 su segundao liia,
Kathy, hace dos ailos, los me-
itis dijeron a Mrs. Sullivan
quae probablemente no podria
volver a tener hijos. Por eso a-
;trtbuy6 las molestias usuales en
am casos a otras causes.
La nifia, nacida prematuia-
'fmete, esta ahora en una incu-


.)_-Nombre de var6n.
Radas o bahias.
4l9--Nombre de mujer.
14 -Agrediera.
l.-Tejidos. .
lt-Pez antillano.
1.-Organizacion de Naciones
Occidentales, Inic.
,19--Informa, da aviso.
21l-Nombre de letra.
S2--Abuela, familiarmente.
4 24-Demostrativo.
IS.-Gensasi6n del olfato.
2I-Clara, tela clara.
3.-Que carece de acento.
4.-Famoso confesor espafiol.
35--Dep6slto natural de
:.7--Clase de tela.
*41-Hija de Cadmo.
.42-Conjunto de instruments
de un oficio.
:4--imbolo del sodio.
a44-Articulo, PI.
:417-Hojas de lata.
4 -Suscripta.
.2-Del verbo nadar.
-Listas o catalogos.
t--oblacidn de E pafia.
4--Extremidad de las aves.
$--Aparato de pesca.
--Prenda de vestir.
7-Del verbo atesar.


El Secretario del Ministcrio
de Goblerno y Justicia, don Ar-
mando Moreno G., envl6 nota
al Comandante Primer Jefe de
la Policia Nacional y al j'.fe
de la Secreta en el sentido de
que fueran clausuradas toaas
las casas de citaade la Chorre-
ra, en vista del estado desastro-
sO en que se encuentran con-
travinlendo asi las medidas dic-
tadas reclentemente por decreto
dc ese Ministerio.
Se inform asimismo que en
inspeccidn echa por funciona-
rios del Ministerio de Gobierno,
la Policia Secreta y funcion.-
rios de Salud Pfblica, se cons-
tat6 que las llamadas casas de
cita eran prostibulos inmundos,
segun se nos inform.


tiene los

mejores programs

8-Estado de Venezuela.
9-Repeticibn de sonido.
11-Que contlene arena.
12-Dep6sitos para sal.
20-Sirve para alumbrar.
21-Letra castellana, Pl.
23-Embuate, trampa.
27-Dios de los mahometanos.
2kP--Alga filamentosa.
30-Acertaba, adivinaba.
31-Valor bursatil.
34-Pones tiesa.
36-Pone apodos.
38-Natural de Arabia.
40-Aparatos de pesca.
43-Igual al 25 horizontal.
48-Circulo rigido de metal o
50-Nota musical, Inv.

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Se construira casa para los

ancianos en Bocas del Toro
Una situacl n que confront Toro, y se sugiri6 usar los pisoa
Bocas del Toro desde algun doe las casetas donde funcicna-
tiempo, sera resuelta si el Mi- ban las oflcinas de la Compania
nistro de Obras Piblicas, hi- Sinclair, para construir la men-
genlero Norberto Navarro cuim- cionada casa. El Ministro Na-
pie au promesa de construir u- varro, prometl6 los studios del
na casa para ancianos. caso, pues estimaba que can
Be nos iriform6 que habia arts poco costo se podra levanter a-
de ochenta anclanos que no tie- lli una casa donde estas perso-
nen donde vivir en Bocas del nas puedan vivir.

Que Taft tome una decision

es lo que quieren todos los

partidarios de este Senador

Per Marie T. Brown
6 (EPS) El Benador Robert
A. Taft pasart unas vacaciones
en Murray Bay, New Bruns-
wick, con el fin principal de
que su esposa termine de con-
valecer de su reciente enfer-
Cuando el senador regrese a
Washington, se encontrara con
la demand de sus mAs impa-
cientes partidarios para que re-
dacte un program mas defi-
nido para coordinar la accidn
de las organizaciones volunta-
rias que estAn dispuestas a
trabajar-por su candidatura
El representante C a r r o 11
Reece, ey president del Comit6
Nacional Republicano, todavia
miembro de 6ste y ardiente a-
migo de Taft, es quien tiene a
su cargo la responsabilidad de
consolidar esas organizaciones
en los estados del sur.

En una poaici6n similar, el
repr6sentante Clarence Brown,
uno de los lideres republicans
de la CAmara, se ha encargado
de 16s otros estados.
Taft, segfn se dice, ha afir-
mado que no se propane hacer
una jira naciofial como la de
1948, nl encabezar la .campafia
a su favor, pero estr dispuesto
a aceptar la candidatura en
caso de que le sea ofreclda, Y
ha declarado que, en tal caso,
se dispondria a dar a Truman
"la batalla del siglo", una que
superarA la realizada, para su
reeleccidn como senador por
Ohio el aflo pasado.
Sus amigos politicos se pre-
guntan cuindo y como va a
darse organizaci6n official a los
distintos grupo de, simpatiza-
dores que el senador tione en
diversos estados. Y no han de-
Jade do notar la reciente de-
claraci6n del Senador Kenneth
Wherry. lider de la minoria re-


NUEVA MODA Los cortes de cabello al estilo "Mohlcano"
estan de moda entire los jovenes de Los Angeles, pero la nifia
Josephine Amaye, de 17 afios de edad, es la primer Joven
en seguir el ejemplo de sus compaileros. El corte de ella so
diferencia en que se ha dejado una trenza pars demostrar
que es mujer.

De la UniverrMdad Central de
Venezuela eresa con el titulo de
Medico Ciruft el bactriller Da-
vid Chumaco.o Jimades, qulen
forms part do as Promocl6n Dr.
"Pastor 0 A maners
de capacitaeln esut antl hiso
los fcrsbs do perfeeeolonamiento
ObstiLrico y Cars de Farmaco-
Toxicologia, distingul ndose por
su capacidad de investigacion.
El doctor Chumaceiro os miem-
bro detdis guldsa Jamilla a-

publicana del Senado, de que
"no cree que ningan candidate
republican, sea quien sea, va-
ya a provocqr una 'estampida'
en la convencidn national del
Arthur Sumherffeld 'lider
republican en Michigan, pa-
rece inclinado a favorecer al
Senador Taft. En el pasado a-
poy6 al gobernador de Nueva
York, Thomas Dewey. Michi-
gan es conaiderado por los po-
liticos como "muy flido" des-
de la muerte del Senador Van-
Los republicans planean una
gran reunion y una comida a
cien d6lares cublertos en De-
troit 1e 4 de octubre. El orador
official sera Taft y su discurso
era trasmitido por una am-
li.- red de estabiones de ra-
plo -

Por primera vez

entr6 Colombia en
acdcn en Core;
SEUL, agosto 15. (UP). -
El Batall6n Colombia se uni6
a una division alfada que ocu-
pa posiciones on el frente o
choc6 con los comunistas, a
r-viar un destneamento en mi-
al6n de patrullaje.
Las *disposiciones militares re-
lativas a la censura aliada no
permiten mencionar el tamafio
del destacamento colombiano
nue entr6 en lucha, ni la resls.
tencia contra la cual choc6
ei iugar exacto. en donde ocu-
rrJAn el combat.
Pero un alto official allado
que observe el combat express
que "'los olombianos' se porta
ron emomp deben portarse lo
buenos soldados".
El Bataltdn Colombia es 1
unica fuerza expedicionaria en
viada a Corea de la Americi
Latina y esti formado por algo
-As de mil hombres.


Alvie mis rip*d ct
Telc. Ammispie.


tdo ttr mpelsoid*l-e d
race en 311J* con Amman poeque
em "SA potreu naobles insn-
S ihadl..IUt AmM
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La Socilad Civica de Clhirl-I
canos ten *i reunion extraor-
dinaria maeaa jueve a las 8
p.m. con a prop6sito de reci-
bir al comnA que labor po -r a
construccltn de escuelas de la
Frontera. Se ruega a todos log
solos su Ulastencia y se inol-
ta por este medio de todas las
entidades io eas ya que lo que
trata eo de Interks nacionai.

ra :obtenetr us cidulas, asi co-
mo estaram en la obllgacidn de
vfajar alas diferentes localida-
de del tertorio bajo su Jurls-
Tamblen se n nform6 que el
goblerno designara tot6grafoa
para que puedan obtener re-
tratos aquellaa prsonas que no
puedar comprarlos ya que el
objeto prbmordial de esta labor.
es la expdlc6n rapidka y ra-
tuita de las cedulas, express Cl
Ministry Ord6fie.

se repuso totalmente.
Hearst naci6 en butna posi-
ci6n econOmica pero en sau ca-
rrera de 60 aflos hizo una for--
tuna cuya cuantia se desconoce
hoy, pero se calcul6 en 1945 ebn
220 millones de d6lares;
El imperlo periodistico 10 ad-
quirl de, 1885 A 1950 y. lo ex-
tendio a revistas, -radio y oe-
liculas. Hubo un tiempo en que
posey6 20 diaries en 13 ciudades
servidos por su propia geren-.
cia de noticias -International
News Service y la colaboraci6n
grifica King Features Syndil
cate, tamblin suyo.
Hearst fue elegido dos veces
al Congress, derrotado otras doi
para la Alcaldfa de Nuevpk York
y una para Gobernador del
mismo Estado. Fund6 ina en
presa de cine en Is qp~ perdA
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Smercacos dtl grr erites
vtron ma dbile rnte la l .7
primer cias a de o a dOsto grande d hfI _a
reolecln de .la taech e y .1el Zenith a 1.. -1

tdendat i loscbmpirsdres *a
esperar lts ofertas del nuevo
arrm para aumentar sus re-
servm, de acuerdo con nformes
del Depacrtinento de A*rlcul-
tura de ngtadop Vnldos.
la sumento en el preclo do
apoyo ofrecido per el Gobetr-
no Ha contribuldo .'a' mantner
firm c1 mercado.
Las coudlclonel del tempo
fueron favorablesopara el arroz
en el cinturan d el ur duran-
to a 4 ana 4 M I"am ,esc.nb
de -recoiocn .de *a .coc a
as extendleron en Texs yLoui-
siana. ElX arroz Zenith NO. de
muy buena calidad n ue. vendt-
do en la socci6n de El Campo,
oexas durante la semana a
.90-4. elA qugital. E Ratola
No. 3 a $5.76 el quintal y el
Zenith a $493-45 AsOeeo y .-
4.3 hlmedo. .
Ezt Arkansas el arroz ya ess t
brotando pero no se esibrasla
recblecoi6n sino hhsta a tines
de mea., El tiempo continue se-
co y ciluroso y la nuvka co-
secha estt progresando favo-
rablemente. r
turlaopac t et
habit at1noitd el M nr A
Ul Paaa M 1
ape I el an's. a r.ol es-
Raft, otmpatsdo ee 4.8 6'el
qulatal en 1sM esta baade en
el ptr clento de la lparidad
en aosto lo. Todati*s n e oeha
anunclado el preelo de por va-
riedad de arrez.
Los mercados de arroz des-
cascarado estuvieron bastante
Inestables durante la semana,
y tantb los mollnos come los
dlstribuidores esperan un au-

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slerablemebte dead 1 extransm
Jero, bablhndose rdetoitde pett'
eloned de eotlzaclones dek tr
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$11.7-12.00 el quintal.
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Rico. en Junto y Jullo' sumnrcm
a 15000 qulntu0 do arrow, l
cual hace un gran total 4d
2,878,710 qu ntses d0 arre %b 4
viados a br. Rico n 1o i n
va del aflo. De esta e=ntl0d,
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Ray eoincldtincia de opinlo. nos, a tin de que tets puedan
nes que, s Mebn no on abso- satistfacer sus neeidades eeo-
luths, ni involucran una adhe- n6milcs. Boatiene, tnIbs=in, la
s16n incondielcnal on ningin disminuci6ri o el6llnai6n -
sentido, nopor oso dejan de on todos 16s passes de los
proporclonais I atisfaccltn do sistemas. restrictivos del co-
ver como&, trAkts do ditintos merclo Oterior, (0 sea doe lo
caminos y deode diterentes controls oomerclales), y me-
puates de vista, se lle-1 a laS dlda tendlentes a evitar alsas
mismas oonchulioneaft tud*- en los reol do dedterminados
mentales.: product, primarioa.
816i duda, ril ut6plo pre-. ntro If tragmentos mas
tender una identidd de pare* intereAnta, de daeho studio,
ceres cuando M it t ta. di- que nos ha hechO llegar el ca-
versidad, de lateroes. As sabil ble, citamos el sI ulente: .
do que Its olrounstanctas en -, "Para retener .1 iamistad y
que log hombits te hallan co- la cooperaci6n de las naeiones
locado Intluyeh enormqmente del hemisferlo occidental, do.
Sen la ideas que AuStentn, de bomos. hacker tWdoo los estuer-
manera que son lnflnitaI lat zo. posibles para que laI ad-
varlaclones qu; e da4ble,.en- judicaciones ae hagan entire
contrary en to oa Jot aspceto. tdos, los consumidores sobre
de lt vidt humanl, una bane proporclonal, y no de
Sin embargo, -ha ocasiones acuerdo con la teoria de que
en que, rfeult tesls' nuestrae necesidadef civiles
filoa6fica de que to6 d s los deben.'quedar totalmente cu-
hombras toneso. una inteli- bierta antes de pensar en ex-
gencia an j do qt es- pottucineos".
ta inthela echk. otrt aspect. elinfor-
par& la qu j to- me h nta, asimismo, 10

to onff tr cto colOSdeaporta-
es _c.d ni- qu. ,t 1-1c- p"B-.

im cta pr Cmts Ptais
a a et t.o' latinomer ha inmuy
nuot lectota conabeR 10o probable, en ate sitido, que
cone t IdOf P a- puedan el tbloeerM Org niza-
dos yi dido ,B'r" O- clbnes conjtuntag de o aterias
MlA.I AN5Aa",enlo queO primas, n representhi6n de
se ref i a lse relactlonsMeco' naclonei prductorat y cosu.,
n6 ternacionalti on'. ,idoptai del tondo ll0fe, part
api a la* relaoiaeftnM o- coacertar ia dtriibucl6n, ma
i' nteramericanU. "adecuida oalble de loe mate-
I t relaciones, po a 5, ribleoscritios, entre-las poVon-
vuel t compleactaon qiO clu ocepni aaleso y; al mismo
quieran enc0ntrair- cirto, y tiempo. agourarse de que los
determinades irupos d4e J- milsmos no seat desviad4 ita-
nas -ue perilguen sup .scu- c a paisel oomunista. n una
lart Interes,, erle1 eon acel6n de east tipo, los gsta-
norma de rau6n y r.N pI- dos Unidos deben poder dar
ra el.* ntidO coming de r sa.- esoluridades a los paies, latil-
a spl6n pdblica no aesta n noamericanot, de quo todas las
meonb iauetas a la eMti nI.s hacilones contribuyen en pro-
di la verdt4dra jutio.a .7 eS porci6n don su capacidad".
q0idad, cuyoo priflo. on Indudablemente, hubiera sat-
IM qu0' pr impert .moral. do muy valioo. a lot elOctso
de"bn rep todau s tivida- de nuestro comentarid, dispo-
dee do lq hombret. -, ner del texto integro de las
Softr sta base, de o dn d0claraclonei editadas por a
6tUIo"-COMOMIA YT AM- Ofltira de Comerclo. de lo
ZA't viiIaborandiyatt tidos Unidoe. Mo faltarian,
tiAndo para aus lectotes una a buen seguro, otros argument
d46trIna de la politic econd- *tos que oftecieran una base
mica lnteinaclonal inter- park dscutir y preceair puntos
atizerlcna c, cuyoQ cda a ImportAttes de las relaclones
cundlasdo en todom 1oi ples *con.mlcas Interamerteanas.
del hemisferio, ino doe Por lo pronto, not parece ra-
per la sola fuerza de tilica sofnable que la Camara reco-
wS!tdeala. i noa, la nheMidad de una ad-
.ates brakes. refalons de udacn m*s rational de los
oeral nost S su ..0 6 nduStrib ti lo0
.os u.,i M &n 0 41"Slatinoamerleanof, arre-
out? s so --2?25 L o por nuettra cuenti que,
les ,.larit .onhi5 d*entro 4de concept de ra-
....or f AS ontndads io incluy el de no
fB can ie S e naion de* pM* do
,0A2 Lo s aBj dhstino con motivo de opinio-
^ "StS L et?-o J i tenel ptitios InternAt. aO fIl-
ti& a '& :2tz ttimeo dectmo io par ar pa-
t ^in Gedoun hSVOS ^ rat el0 r6gimin aiguno de un
d4o Activdidado "Ss0 cuL ,--ra sin0 para evi-
pl 2das e iie +sL%1. 1o .I.Igro. mucho mayo-
t.o.i .' ,.tran ros do I t rbiltrariedad y la
tTdo ,, e nter& doSer coacciih international, que re-
.d. economies. o l-duce i convencione entire
c ymh n yortlamorief la UR tados a meres pdaos do
b l /d e i npo r d ic l) lb s tit u ah n t l m-- -
b" tors then "o wt tiui
S i s.e la bis p.quto a- -c/auto aasorgntecio-
fifS ca:t0,10o"SantagCt 'a nonxconjuntAsdemaerialpro -
ol a w^ens mt tua- mnsb en reesentacl6n do na-
dOpnie dl t t0, I clones roductoras y conaumi-
tehl iio t ,8 1 dorms del1 mundo libre, as otra.
lenu doe euo6, m #e- idea fundamental aeertada,
t Us concelonu- oer- slempre que no so desvirtoe en
S. u apUcacl6n, rando, en el
Tres Aspectos, Mf8lads eOn seno do un mundo qAte se dice
61e rtftrido il no eo1fi t- y uilere ser "libreO, naclonts
ran %ft 0 tun i15 Is echo pombtldas. -
a lo5que a8t e.h u o s 6 e, nuestra coinci-
Mufftiel6n. 1. doi a con la i 4mara de Oo-
luj trdlean con 08 Mercio d lon Matados Unido
de: "distrlbucl1", 'RM 1 que atafte a Bus0 opino-
oittti"rcial0" y "ptl" ,M-- ne reocentemente vertidas no
ustahdo que: absolute sine eondiclonada.
"Sn *1 prnerfoe s lM. Ia Pero es lo uficiente como pa-
r bpo bidad oirt2pMMde ra destacar el hecho auspiclo-
clara~t af lo8 a Im- a de que clerta elementales
. B~. S0, MB Vetesde eso van abriendao. per
id t forwtna. amino centre los di-
T t rI 6n tes eo6n6mieoe de It
oi gem .Vu. Wl6n pMreMpWdndo asl ol ad-
w, ., 1a a laumitehtd de una struetura
Og X oRlos. 3 tattla doe lU relacole-
i n d*t 94ottt .Id. BM merean tls continentales.
d Is CiMil benefielo no de una fora-
A ad VUdm, da coperacl6n. aino de una 11-
n dew aarI t soBarl dad de nuestroe
m.ew to W N, 1 sensei d us altos
be ls pliO twos- ",s eaaun ideals.
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lua casadas en el Club UA"Inl
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Conder d mana
Program del Conclerto que
ofrecera la Banda Republicana
maflana jueves a las 8 p.m., en
conmemoracl6n del aniversario
del nataliclo del Oral. San Mar-
tin en el parque de Santa Ana;
1-Marcha: "La Canci6n del
Soldado". Serrano.
2-Obertura: *1812".-Tachal-
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4-Tangos: "La Cumparsita",
Matos Rodriguez; "Melodias de
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5-"Fan a sa Naclonal". -
6-Danza: "Luces Paname-
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$E NECESITA:-Buena lovandero- SK VINDEN:-Cleves, tuberie -nera. CIA. IE LIFEVRE Tel. 2-3152 SE ALQUILA:-2 aportomentos in- nai
.planchadora, venga de 4-6 p. m., scre esonalede, Fix-Tex certainn VINDE LOTIS dependientes an porte c6ntrico. 0- Mantenemos n .A YentA de CoU
Ave. Balboa #45. aiaelder pars cielI roses) made- os*e initial minima 3.100.00 curra L,ibreaio Preciodo. gang de articulos aobre axis- sua
Fee, leyalnne aexcusads. etc.' 0 Memuel 5.15.00
SE NECESITA:-Cocinera para dos leeocis mis be je n .le s. Lotes con Calles y Aueductos de SE ALQUILA:-Apartamentos c6mo- tencia 4onde las MEJORES no
personas, dormir en caso. Buen A6INCIAS 6LOIALES. Vie Espa- la Ciudad desde B.1.00 *el metro. dos barotos. Calle 7a, No. 15, PINTURA8 so venden a los lal
sueldo. Avenida Ecuador No. 16. li llegeande a Juan France. Tel. 0. Alquilomos equipo pesado para Porque Lefevre. Informaci6n opar- m&A hajos Precid0. pie
SE NECESITA:-Empleodoaa aque- 3-1503. movimiento d tierr. tamento ". tat
Shaceres de asa, con experience. BALINERAS : En tamoos variodcs C los. r4 SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento do dos Por qu nO ahorra dnero se
Buen sueldo. Colle Colombia # 20 L,.N.RAS:t. ..o ncedi oo..4.00 -recimaras. Salo-comedor, cocina, comorando lo meJor? lare
n C C para satisfacer cualquiera necoli- semanoles.t10,1
Apto. 4, frente Parque Urroca. dad. F. ICAZA v COMPAI4IA, etc.. balc6n independiente. 10, co-i bie
-NECESTA:-Empleda para co- Avenida B 79. VENDO:-Juntos o seporado mill6n li 26 Este. Ocurrao C. Diaz, mis- GEO. N VY ,\ sero
E .NECESITA-Empleda pro co- -- -do metros cuadrodos. 1) carrete- *mso edificio. Apto. 13. GEO L F. NO JVEY, InC. se,,
cinor y limpior que duermo en el SE VENDE:-Archivodor de ocero ra Tronsistmico. 2) Logo Gotun. de
trabojo. Calle 43 No. 56. para pIanos, 10 gavetos, lorgo 3) Prvidenci. Informaciri 4 Me- ALQUILASE:-Apartamento, comodi- Ave. Central 279. r
------------- Ap" aa- dodos modlernos, 2 rec-maros, sa- Tel. 3-Q 40
46"d oncho 36". alto 36". Precio lndez 7044. F.'Carnes, Tal. 1262 dodes modernos, 2 recmaros, sa- Tel. 3 40 mo
SE NECESITA:-Una emplneld pa- B.150.00, 61 clle H, B, Co r s lo-comedor, etc. calle 32 Este No.1 Ley
ra service que duerma n l tr- 5000 61 all. Coln.33-A, par B.70.00. Llame tele-
bajo. Ave. Manuel Icoaz 18 Cam- SE VENDE: Criodora electricoSE VENDE:-Caso'en Villa Lobos, fono 2-1456. A
po Alegre. "Hudson"' pora 400 polios. B.60. Pedregalito. Juan Dioz. Motivo doe LAA M -A A
Tn*00. Colic Col6n # 35. viie. Informed se or Guillem SE ALQUILA: Moderno oporta-Ucue
SE NECESITA: Carguera con re- 00. Co Coln # 35. vie. ormes s r Guillean call48No. 22, dos re
fereoicias. Buen sueldo. Avenida SE VENDE-Maquinorias para la fo- "'_____________ cimoros, salo,- comedor y cocinoA. A LUi l 90.0
Chile 24 bajos. bricoci6n de navajas de afeitar. SE VENDE:-Gron oportunidod, lote Tel. 2-2064. la
GE NECESITA:-Empleaod para off- Agencias Leignadier, Cio., apar- de proxim(.domente 700 pores de SE ALQUILA: Moderno y fresco nis
cios domesticos que duerma en el tado 1403. zapotos de mujer por 8.300.00, portmeto, 2 recmars grades, le
empleo. Ocurro a colle 17 Oeste SE VENDE:-Zinc 2 x 6 y2 x 8 de al primer poster. Bzar America- solo, comedor. Cuarto empleadoes, A co
S43, Apto. 3, primer alto. $0.40 a-$1.20. Madera de $0.04 no, Central 25. etc. Calle 40 E No. 13. Precio B. (EMENTO la
SE NECESITA:-Cocirera que sepa a $0.06. Ave. Central 275, Go- SE VENDE:-Motivo de vioje, cha- 80.00. Llame 3-3959. ZoM
cocinar, goce de buena solud. Ca- rages Gonzalo. let de 3 recamaras, 2 baios, cuor- SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento moder- jo
lie Jose de San Martin (50) No. SE VENDE:-Salon de Bellezo "Ido" to empleoda, porche adelonte y no omueblodo, de salo-comedor, con
per motivrdeevi c Q No. 1 no re ara, refrigerodora, telfono. RICARDO A. IRme
SE cNECESITA:-Empleado par0 of- Apto.. Tel. 2-3841. -o d diets, Echi # 14, Apto. 3-B esquina COl
cios dcomsticos. Debe tener rfe- SE VENDE:-Piono, par motive deOPORTUNIDAD! Avenida Tivoli. Precio B.85.00.1 S A pr
cs arr e casa.11 viaje, Ave. A No. 84, Apto. 8. S otorgo hipotec sbre propiedd Verlo de 2 a 6. Telfono 2.2605 te
Via Esporia. eotogaitecasdeobreroied mllMI
SE NESTA:--ue c a SE VENDE:-Planto elictrica "0- bien 'situada de mampostera. ALQUILASE:-Apartomento 2 rec- Calle 1 steNo 4 tal
recomendaciBn. Colle 41 No. 19. nan" de cinco K. W. en perfectas CENTRAL DE Imaras, sola, comedor, meseta in- Tel. 1-333 Est No. 4 -88
Tel. 3-0405, Paonam. condiciones. Ocurra Julio Anzola CiNTRAL DE BINS RAICES terior, balconies, azotea, tinas la- TeO. 23335 y 2-298 Ho!
Tel. 3-0405, Pnami.__S. A. Ave. Norte 38 Tel. 2-3206. Via Espota No. 31 Tel. 3-4512 var, limpio, cosa momposteria es- "Vendemos barato ro,
SE NECESITA:-Empleada pora tra- Ing. Dem6stenes Vergara quino colle Novena, Averiida B No.-par vender ms"pr
boajo domistico, familiar pequena. LA COMPARIA DEL CANAL DE SE VENDE: 23, par B.60.00. Llome telifono Coro
Avenida Justo Arosemeno # 95, PANAMA OFRECE IN VENTA Dos lotes, de 450 .M contiguos, uno 2-1456. lix
Apto. 16. Edificio Balbod. EDIFICIOS de esquina en Paitilla residential. SE ALQULA:-Apartment de dos dac
C E Se vende al mejor poster los edifi- Precios: B.2,150 y B.2,250, con SE ALQUILA:-Apartomentd o eeM ac t t e
,E NECESITA-Empleada competen- .recmaros en el edificio Castillo Tenemo exactametesen
to y con buenas rferencias debe c Nos. 88, Balb 90- C. 922, facade d pgESo. d Orofrente al Hotel E Panam, VIDRIO que Ud. necesital cli
dormir en el trobaio. Para in- 924, 926, 928-C y 930, Lo Boca; ENTRAL D IN RAICES B.80.00. ROBERTO MIRO 2- F r d Espejos sib]
ormes dirijse a Ave.CubaNo518, Anc6n; 636, Balboa; 536 y Via Espofo No. 31 Tel. 3-4512 1215 2323TI Fbfic de Esp s yac
former diriose a Ave Cuba No. 540 .Red Tank. Se recibiran pro- Ing. Dem6stenes Vergara I del
58. Apto. No--7. puestas en pliegos cerrados, en Freso c6modo y cn distinguid v SE ALQUILA:-En El angre" IA L O Y Y
ioficin6 del Superintendenti de Al- c rc c. c isti ...u3 .dy- detris del antiguo Club de Corre- pro
SE NECESITA:--Empleaa pora ser- macenes, en Balboa, hasta los 10 cndad, es e chlet e ma ros de Peros. prtmento solo, Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600 treo
vicious domesticos, que duerma en 30 de la maanoa del 29 de Agosto r.s 2 ba os,. agu cointe .etc., comedor, 2 recamaras y garage. ictl
luger del empleo. Familiha peque- de 1951. cuahdo se han de abrir en Bsitodo sabre late d. 1.M2 lnf6rmese apartment # 3 en pre
Ac c ,. p ron ..nJ Bella Vista. Calle 47, No. 19 Su pro
no de tres persanos. Son Frn- public. Se pueden conseguir los for- rec ereolmente haoador Pa calle del Estudionte # 124 fa- arc
cisco de loq Cleta, Ave, 2a. No. mulorios paro las propuestos, con los prec es re t milia Russo. j. Dir
11, diagonal contina "El Rancho pormenores completes, en las ofi- r cito deo nspecci6n Mlam i2-a
-' ', colisdlol Supse*n de Alma- No. 22-. M ISCELANEA R yVerd '
cnes. Balboa, y eq as do [os Admi-
EC6S(TA: -ra nistraodres de asas en Balboa
tender vents de y y Pedro Miguel. SE NECESITA BERNARDO, Sol6n de Bllezo. edi-
Debe tener bueno p0tencia, ha- ficio Castillo del Oro, al lado Ho- 4 N
bilidad vendedorao y referen- LA COMPAI41A DEL CANAL DE General tel El Panoma. Telffono 3-4740. Neg?
S cis. cido Modelo calle 29 PANAMA OFRECE EN VENTA .I de 15 y 30 Ibs,
Este Avenido Ja-ro Arosemeno. METALES VIEJOS NO FIRROSOS Y, Seiicro responsible con experiencia, SE COM PKA
Nao me par telifono ni se pre- MATERIAL VIEJO MISCELANO habla singles y espoaiol. desea tra- _________
toe sin Ilenor los requisitos por- Se recibiran propuestas cerrodes, queo bajar como Gerente. Escribir opar- COMPRO RaQillb. IBe. do nisplre I lVOS Lt n
ue perdera su tiempo. se obriran en p6btico. hasta los 10 y todo 1833. aebal lc* do rs precies
30 de la mofiono del 30 de Agosto -..a balat., Pego le Mieesa precie-
SE .de 1951,. par oproximodamente 171 SE NECESITA:-Serorito secretaria d plea. .m.d L. Mdur, Ca
SE VENDE onelodos nets de metales viejos no- en ingles y espanol, sueldo modes- lie I. No. A edo 277, P Balanzas Deecto
S. ferrosos y material viejio miscelaneo, to. Avenida B No. 61. m
Articulos de asa que es obligatorio envior a los Es.- SE NECESITA:-Operaria u operano SE COMPRA:--Un camiun de esteces
SE todos Unidos. Se puede hocer orre- de belleza, debe ser competent de dos toneledes del eoe 1946 lma
SE VENDE:--Un estate de niibo. 2 glos para la inspecci6n, comunicin- y cn experiencia. de Io contra- 194 qu esti n buenos ondi- C
cuerp gavets en el center Ca- dose con el Copotaz del Patio de rio no se present. Sol6n de Be- cne, pref le mrca Ford. Romero
Ie 48 No. 27-A. Material Viejo de Balboa ISecci6n Ileza Filo, calle J $ 4. Llme a a dnl 2-2040 de 8 Ave. Norte No. 48
SE VENCE:-Gango! Cama grande 'i"I" telefono 2-2720. La Circular ... ___. a 1.11
con clch6n. I.00, chifforcbe de Vento No, 2 se puede conseguir SE NECESITA :-3 vendedoras blan--I-
chico. 8.7.00. Clle 39 E :- 7. alli o en loa bficina del Superinten- cas de buena presencia con expe- SE COMPRA:-COPRA de produc- Ti
ch 00 39 dente de Almocenes, Balboa, tele- riencia y recomendociones que se- ci6n naciorol exclusivamente. en
SE VENDE:-Juego de mimbre blon- tono 2-2777. pan ingles. Almocen Quinta Ave- cualquier caritidad aB.200.00 a Persianas Venecianas LUX .
. 'cO. sofa coma, sofa damasco, re- nida. tonelodo de 2,000 libras netas, a B/. 9.50
bien limpia y seca, puesta y pesada B/"9.50
frigeradoro General Electric, me- LA COMPAfIA DEL CANAL DE SE NECESITA:-Cocinero chino que en nuestra plantasde to ciudod de Entrega
sas, llmporos. to&, barato y bueno. PANAMA OFRECE EN VYENTA sepo ingles y castellono, cantina Ponami.-CIA. PANAMEfiA DE Inmedtata
Calle 45 # 19. LOCOMOTORAS Ponami Canal, calle "J" # 13, ACEITES, S. A. Corretero del Ae- Reparaclones
SE VENDE:-Coma nifio, complete, Se recibirin propuestas en pliegos Pona'mi. ropuerto. Tel. 3-1311. generals.
can colch6n, en buenas condicio- cerrodos, haste las 10 y 30 de to
nes, co.25.00; estantita con gave- mofiona del 28 de Agosto de 1951, SE NECESITA:-Casa de dos pisos SE COMPRA: SEIO FRITO (De- Industrias<
tas; un "spring" 3. con cabollos; pcr cinco locomotoras a vapor y o casa grande con vecindad ogra- rretido) de primer calidad a B. Panamericagus
uede verse en calle 46, Bello Vis- portes de repuesto que se encuentron dable. Llame 5197 o 31,40. 0.15 la libra neta en cualquier Calle 29 E c
ta #8. Tel, 3-2260, Panomi. en las rotundos de omiquinas de Bal- -- cantidad. entregodo en to ciudad Cale 29 E.
t T_-__0_ boo y de Crist6bol. Paro fines de SE NECESITA:-Un buen retocador de Panam,. So advierte que so re-
Por motivo de vioje se venden dos informaca6n v de inspecci6n, Illmese Foto Bennett, 181, Avenida Cen- chozari todo sebo de proceden-
juegos de recimaras, un juego de al Sr. J. A. Dorsey. Inspector de Vias, trol, Panamai. cia extronjera o todo sebo nocio-
sola, juego comedor. set de bam- Seecion de Conservac;6n, Divisi6n SE NECESITA: Costureros paro nal que hays sidn mezclodo con PERSIANAS MOVIBLES
boo, estufo de gas y demis occe- del Ferrocarril. telefono 2-1834. Se pantalones y guoyoberas, con ex- extronjero. CIA. PANAMEIRA D de MIAMI en vidrlo,
sorics de coso. Ocurra Via Espoaia puede conseguir la Circular de Ven- periencia paro industrial nocional. ACEITES, S. A., Correter a del A- madera o aluminio.
2024. tas No. 1 con el sehor indicodo Presentarse a a Sastreria Derby,, ropuerto.
orriba o en to oficina del Superin- en Colle I # n5, frane at Tetro
SE VENDE:-Calentador para agua. ten~ente de Almacenes, Balboa, te- Tropical t l Teotro SE AL IA Rieles de abrlr
outomitico, de gas, 20 golones. lefono 2-2777. ropic __ Corrar je.
buenos condiciones, 8.60.00. Us- SE .NECESITA:-Cuatro j6venes de Calsl C Cortinajes.
me 2-2761 durante horas oficino ambos sexos con experience en
3-3398 despuis 7 p. m. SE VENDE propaganda. American Protection, SE ALQUILA:-Caso en Pasadena, orastina
Ave. Central 47 No. 23 en Pono- colle Josi de Fibrego No. 9, dos trans nt
uE VENDE: Por moretivo e vceent Automovilea ma, colle 6a. y Ave. Bolboa, Are- recimoras, sla, comedor. servi- transparentes
cuego de reci mr, eones $200.00;n stecelentes E no de Colbn. c:os moderns. B.60.00. Tel. 2- -'"trn-
condiciones $200.00; estanta po- SE VENDE-3-Carro Codillac 48 en..488 3-2030
ro libros $40.00; escritorio chi- perfectos condiciones, I'one te- SE NECESITA:-Seiiora que necesite _____ La nueva
no !'00.00. Llome telefono 3- ifono 3-2184 2-1075. atenci6n durante los cinco noches: SE ALQUILA:-Cholet grande, tres V PER IANA
197, f$e 9 a. m. a 5 p. m. --- de to semana y los sabados y do-' recamoras, porch, cocina. Pantry, VENECIANA
SE VENE: -Mesa d c b np OPORTUNIDAD! Adquiera Packard mingos todo el dia y la noche, o sola ccmedor, cuorto y servicio pa0- a COpei
grand^, mesa pde caobo, conape 1948. sedan, 4 puertas, en per- para nitro recien nocido. Llame ra empleoda, jordin grande. Calle a precious
rand mesa paro t, alaceno. me- fectos condicicnes, con cuero. For Tel. 3-1061. Para referencios pre- 9o. Paitillo. Novedades Horari, blen bajos.
ss An oueiros de cos v ba Mb* motivo urgent, solo $1,200. Si le gunte por DAa. Ortentia Vda. de Central 72.
n Arculos vintereso olame a Tribaldos, Tel. 2- Huertas
luegn dcomedor, B.2500. Colle 0870, Panami R.A. OWES y Cia.
deoueViahaQorr eigh taPno er, SE-AL-U----E ALQUILAR. A. COWES h u Cia.
1V0. Tel. 2820 Balboa. SE VENDE: Carro Ddge, dez S A QU A re Tel. 2-0756 Ave. CubaNo. 67
osientos, to.nbien Studebal'er, 4 I.UalOS
puertas. Informon telefono 2- Locales SE ALQUILA -Cuarto ambled pa-
SART 2 N ro hombre. B.6.00 por semano PURO HILO
COSE VENDE:-Camonet Hillman, 4,- SE ALQUILA:-Local para oficina Parque Lefevre, Avenid Ernesto H L
800 mills corridas. En perfectos Arriba del Teatro Central. Lefevre casa 32. I1--,ah.
PARA CIELORASOS oo 2o PonceM CLNJ uipo ato Forma N o SE ~ rycoodod Inarrugable
S"Simpson Board" SE VENDE: -Corro Buick- sedan, 4 .PAn:- Dso..... pletamente independiente. Colle PARA VESTIDOS
puertos modelo 1947, color negro SE ALQUILAN:-DOS locales propios 45 N PARA VE IDOH
4'x8' B 1.92 hoja nue rdod, b e senent c Nod85,dtos SE.PAoU... epi...o ub.... EN 17 COLORES
LAon-i. tel3f1nos 3-3338 2- Prcios moderados. mes. Pare Inform., dirlijse o Pen-,
4'X10" 2.40 3102 y 3-1310 S, Bd. SE ALQUILA: Loales comerclaoles lon Ponam,. Coae 60 No. 3 Sr i/. 1.5 yarda
SE VENDEN CAMIONES* 1 GMC de dferentes omaOs, lugar co- Guztmer. De 8 a 11 a. m. o 7
4'X12' 2.88 5 tonelodos, modelo 1947. exce- mercial. Cell 26 Este y Avenido P- m. en adelant.
lenes condiciones; 1 GMC 2 1-2 Cuba. O<.urra C. Oioz mismo edi- A FA FENIX
tanelodes, tipo armada. 10 rue- ficio Apto 13. A
IL A U ILA 2 1-2 tonelados modelo 1947 SE ALQUlLA:En ol6n. spcioso .. .. L ALMACEN DE HILO
EL. A G U ILA chealii large 1 Internacional 2 local cintrkcomente sltuado en I rIMuRA E ALMACEN DE HILO
SM nal a2 I Mo ck. 5 tonelodos. do Central 10.143 propo para no- VICTOR PEJINA Ave. Central No. 155
Tel. 2-2121 modelo 1947 excelentes cond.cio. gocde. Raz6n Sr. Balm. Avnmda cap ,-. A... rc.u.I Tel. 22490
os. Solicitor 'nformes Ilam.ondo Balboo 7039 e en Panoma. Vilono- C *.. -M..
," i --' *. f*r 2-0610. ve, Avenid Centra C .l i .

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a por k Jai dos politico ; ntrt en l leoin. e ha 4f>mWidi an,
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Iaban ail comprobacl6n de a le
datos de ntidad. pago de par durante el aio de 1947, a
tas, clase de serviclos, etc. Pr'ldeoncia d aIs Comftan Per--
ora el lgurado que solicits manlete de Co a416n Co- I a
a prOet5iciin mdica aguar- mnclal. .L a fl e 194S fad
Sga tur2no de clinic y du- elect Vieepresidente del CQUc-a rll
tW ese.tiempo los emplea- jo Directtvo, p otarlormeazie tt e
Socuparrn, de determi- Presldnte s el nitsmo orgazar Fi '. .- .,
Ios dat y.. otros detalles. mo para el alo de 1949-1950, .. ;
A caso de- aegurados cuyas tocindole ])residir la primcC"ra b m
tas asoiL deacontadas men- seol6n extraordinaria del CqOn- pW
liente pero cuyos patronos sejo celebada ion Is cludad dG nL. ,w. iLb d.Cadd
remiten al Seguro sus de- washingtap durante el mes de A.6 6lfo U A fiU' jp. l
raciones y planillas, estos no Marao, reunion 6sts a la que emnt o uum mi
rden el derechoa las pres- concurrieron lou Ministros. -t die ise mpU o
ones socales. La Caja ha Hacienda de los paioes ame.r- iud p bl pa1a Pe
ermtlado equiparar a los a-c. aid ngne r Uicit.
urados dGe empress parricu- acanos."nia n soe or doe a-
,es Wn -Ws emapieados del Go- -polte omo ,n
no que tn derecho a- aneptlemble de 1090 repre- tundamental de Is tranu l
vcloA alnqueS 1 el tado se nt6 a l Repftblica de Paia- p6blil y se Ipiponr colp6 mu
encuentreal dicon el pa o nm en la reunion del Biico prueb sa ufaeftaria de l *Pr
Scuotas. El Seguro nicia- Mun l celebrada en Paris, iy clUdad politics. e
acci6n Qantra los patrons a.i fu honrado con el nombra- la en demlsda de eo.PlBr
rosos por los medios que la mlentq de Director Alternado de tad en protesta contra ua de-
le permit.& se ieimportante pnttdad. Inter-t ten-cn, qute no dirhgmoa .4
nacinatl, cergo que doeempel a vueatira lxcelencia coh la a 8
l encargaise el Gerente So- en ia actualidad ei la cludad alta consideraci6n y con JA *e-
de 14 Caja del Seguro, dijo de Washington, D. C. cli6n irrevocable de -iestra,
hs abia -encontrado deudas l
B. 900,000.00, pon solo B, A prtnoiplos de este' aio el May atentamente,
.000' en el Banco, pero que St. Julio rnitto Heurtematte Xolfe Jms, Ja.lzta
instituci6n bajo su admi- tu6 deaignado per unwnimidad sit, I.S., AsSe n I tU"
traci6n habia podido hacer- ra rreprOlentar a la Orgnt- A& Ateno Bea e Trw e I*
Ltfrente a as obligalelon de La aci6n de stados Americatios tih, Modesto ReodrigAp.
taidas con el Cofo deLr n 1, laC rta Reuni6aAtiual de (Biguen Miles do. firm)
lie, el \Acuedueto ,de rPhitri, fI& orntsidrn Ien ios pars In
Universidad Nacional y Ila la Comisin smica para la...c,
ns Libre do Colrn. Hay, de- Am rlca Liathna, de Ius Naelo-
S eLibrente Col6n.oy, dio nes Unidas reuni6n celebrada DBLROACION DB
tinur haciendo prestamos en i eludad de M6*icq en el Galileo Solir y por Don Henuri
tnsuaes por B. 150,000.00 y ies de. Junior. Su nilin de- en- que de Obarrio, Contralor oe-
emAs cumplir con nuestros tonces estuvo encaminada a lo- neral de la Republica.
npromslaoa relaclonados con r&ar un nejor procedlmento do El 8ecret"ar d-e do toW Ad';
sotamos con garantia hipo- 'ordinaci6n entire amb a orga- Junto, Mr. Edward G. Miller .
aria y los mayors compro- nltmos, meteciendo por' ello un presidiri la delegaci6n de tsi
sos con el Liceo, el Hospl- voto de reconociniento y a tados Unldos. ,
Nicolas Solano y La Salle. plauso. La Srta. Carmen Mir6 seri la
Al referirse al proyecto de un El Panami Am6rica. s corn- Secretaria General de aGotMe*
spital para la Caja del Segu- place en salidar mantra rencia y el doctor AmooiB. Tay4
el Gerente inform a la mas cordial a nuestro distlngui- lor; Secretario Ejecutivo, Par&
nsa que se seguiran las re- do compatriot, cuya gesti6h en cctlaborar con la sefiorita Mir6
mnndaciones del Tecnico F&- cl aeno de la proxima reunion ext los preparativos de la con--
Lamela, Tecnico de Salubri- ha de ser de positivos beneficlos terencia lleiaron a Panam4 treo
I POblica de la Organizacion para la Patria. fuaclonarioe de. la Uni6k Pana-
las Naclones Unidas, en el merioana. Doctor Luls D. Gcnr-
tido de construir una Pol, del, Secretarlo Administrati
ilca en la misma ciudad. pO- tensainente en 61. o edifist el, Scretaro IAdminlstrtiV6
lemente en los terrenos ad- dlari cabida i todos Ids servi- del Consejo Interamericano X-,
centes al edificeo de la Caja ciosm6dico s de Disepsarios v c 6mico y Social; &rta. Be"-
Seguro ocial en Call H. a laboratorlos y cln as de di- tres ewhail, Joef e dl rvjaiq
Calle 17. El Hospital es um terentes especializaciones, d4 Idiomas y seflor ward F.t'
yecto que demorari de dos a Davis' Jete de Documento..
s .afios. mientras que la Po- Al referirse al Decreto-Ley El Consejo Interamericano t
inica podria comenzar a que reform la Ley OrgAnica. 6on6mich y Soeial Ms un 6rgAn
star servicios dentro de un de 14 Caja del 8eguro Social, deola EA (Oranizaei6n de r9n
0. Sobre este particular la el Licenciado Manuel $olii P., do s OA (Organizac6n deL 1 Se
ectiva de ]a Caja ha autori- exprea- que sabia que hbia In- ktadqs Americanos). st &6i1t,
o el etWdfodeed proye terse politicos de por, moedo puestopot, d l gados del o .
y 10icntoos-t.4abja S ptr6 ijo quvateidrtA la.i.bll 4in4CA s.
Sha hasta el fin y no ebtai8ft a. orlgen aoe6m n,
dj5puesto a ceder un soId C a r ult o Xo6nmwco m Fipanciero
go a camblo de canOnjk,, Interamericano, que fu' crersdo
SThA14am rl Primera Reunl6n deM 1-
W lUIv Al preguntArsele si habia In- nistros de Relaciones Exterto;
Ss inuaciones de alguna naturale- res, que tuvo lugar oe Panhami
SM za contest: "actualmente no en 1939.
a ha habido ninguna". L funcones de
FABRICACION NACIONAL Ls funclones del Comitr fuek
ABRICACION NAIOENA Las reforms substanciales de ron ampiadas por resoluci-n
PRIMERA CALIDAD estb Decreto, dijo el Gerente, de la Conferencia de Chapulte-
estaban previstas en otros es- pee (Mxtieo, 1948) tra'nslcr.-
Precios de Competencla tudio realizado por tdcnicos de mindose on el Consejo Intcra-
con el product importao la ICaja anteriormente. En 0o mericano Econ6mieo y.-SoilaL
Tubos 4" Sencillos .... 4.* relative a la fijaci6n de las EI Comit6 y el Consejo l~^m
Tubos 4" Dobles......4.40 pensions mintmas, dij9 que la estaed dirigidoa pdqI ,distingui'
Tubos 2" Sencillos....2.60 actual adminsatracl6n de la Ca- dos estadistas, tales como: Mrm
Tubes 2" -Dobles...... 2.80 ja habia determinado en B.30.00 Sumner Welles, Mr. Adolf A.-
Tees 4 x 4........2.. 1 la pension, cosa que no se con- Berle, Jr, Mr. Nelson A. Rocke-4
Yees 2 x 2........ 1. templaba en los anteriores pro- feller y Mr. Spruille Braden, de
Codos % xz 2....... .75 yectos qUe determinaban dichalog Estados Undos dAm6r
etc., etc. innovacl6n en terminos menos r. D. Ral Oreamuno, d os-
el. 3-1300 Apartado 2029 precisos. DUio que de acuerdoIta RD ,anmuono o
con los actuales studios actua- lta Ria; Sr, D. Antonio Carrllo
FUNDICION INDUSTRIAL riales I Caja del Seguro Social Flores, de Mexico: Dr. Octav1o;
Ionzalez y Linares-Ltda. puede resiltir estos nuovos com- Panaragua, .del Brasd; Sr. D
La Loceria Pasaena promises. Por otra parte se ell- Julio E- Heurtematte, de Pana-;
minara la practice de devolver mi. Actualmente lo preside el*
a los extranjeros cuotas paga-' efior Doctor Jorge Mejia Pa-
das al Seguro, lo que represen- laclo, de Colombia.
R* fles de i ta una economic do B.15.000,
n ensuales. El Consejo tiene su s4*e per-
l e* manente on la Union Paname-.
a P D ,) cLos asegurados no necesita- ricana, en Washington, y eti;
MarCO aisy ran de acuerdo con el Decreto An sesi6n permnanente. Por rco
Ley cotizar los nueve meses Ilucl6n aprobada a principles de.
quo ahora se exigen, sltietsnpo 1950, celebra anualmente una;
dede 7.95 ha sldo rebajado a seis meases es6n extraordinaria "con el*
y aumentado a trees meses ol objeto de conslderar sla laboW
period de retraso de 16s asegu- ilevada a cabo durante el afo'
rados on el pago de sue cuotas anterior, examiner los planes do.
'para lIo etectos de la perdida acclon future y, en general, tra-;
de sus derechos sobre los servi- tar cualquler otto; in-:
clos de li Cala. Rn e te caso ae teros comun para los Estados
tendra que comprobar que es miembros..." *
por causa de cesantia. ________
1.1.... Todas estas innbovaciones son *Gicll en Rie
Tenemos nt edsul Indispensables para el prestlglo RIO DE JANEIRO, agosto 15.
eG de la Caja del Seguro Socal, (AFP). Procedente de ,Mon-
D nos dijo finalmente el Oetente tevideo lleg6 el colebre. tenor
HIERRO DE Sos. pretigio que s funda- Italiano B. Glgli, qulmn actpa-
menta en la prestacl6n de eli- ra en la temporada ircar del
R ER cientes -servicies a lofr saepua- Teatro Munclpalp qu 1De a5au*


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D:51 K ony en ests YVita
S y del nor Dtraoerso

S erio comprmp tin m*.. cl Azte
o ra "dFrente en el bas de Santa Rita
Berlo comprouiso e 'We q e de campeones, ha ido perdlen-
tlsenb aamana las 4 p.m. dd g'maduatment sue condicio-
fn el .stadlo Ol.mpo lap n- no y, anlmo de oombate, pero
vea AzAktc contra el Deortmu- em a contlan en rendir bue-
v6 Frent ,atrotico eob la con-. na labor, y volver al carril do
tinuaeldn' del cireulto mayor de los punteros, venclendo a sue
1% Ligs de Base Ball de Santa contiarioo, quienes constituyen
Rita. ... II l 6 peUgroso.
El azteca que al principle Lou poltlcos fueron los qua
. de la .temporada lucika formUa destroharon a los indios de su
imaoulado Invicto, por lo cual
contanm, en volverlos a veneer
Il --S r lf l en sti nuevo choque.
SEl director de las tribu in,"
dOa escogerA a Fabio (Genio)
S to; Fablo tue ascendido del
S I '"*"* HiI eqtilpo menor del club y de 61
KmCu-rqOr am eU a se espera que sepa corrwesp-
rW IW|VI der a s conflanza del director
.VIlKBUT HILL, MIa.B AOS- F. Rayburn'.
tc 15 (UP) --. Los australianos
Frank, Sedgmian y Ken MoGre r d
or campenf' dedebles de Iniclaron Sere de
SAdoi Unidos se Impumeifn me d9
4en "I Wsunda vuelta del ,tor- .
sO por e. campeonato dod- vo"lbol e Lkceo y
blis yenclendo a; Sumner Rod-
ma ay MorrimoP Rowbothe oam
de lr Uon po r 6-, la Es. doe Balboa
e.t y 6-S. '- ...
Gardriar'Milloy y Bill Talbor El equipo del Liceo de Sefio-
la 4mejor pareja do dobes de ritas que compete en el campeo-
l9' Sados Unidos yencieron a nato Intercoleglal de volibol, se
los jOvem 'unlverltar toa Gil anot*. un resonant tri-anto
I1le y Q asri; d Yed or 5-7, frente al potent conjunto es-
7T7, 0'4, _64 os ufrtIIa'-08 tudlantif d I a Eacuela Superior,
Don I il- deBalbos noni-ueg oelebrado. el
Sj- une' 6n 'el OiauiaL de dicho.
-,,j,, e iaa ictistias dritobtrar6ni en
Fu a venan a I este partido su grIn calldad ai
iortearlc ,Raymond L- perder el primer Juego por a-
vey a Cer per 6-3, 6" notac6n de 15 a 12, peroJlogra-
S. ran sobreponenre y ganaron los
zn el torneo para damask Nan dos tempos siguleotes por ano-
cy C-0atee y Patricia C. Todd tacl6n de 15 a 13 y 17 a 15.
do lom. Xtdosa Unidoa veneleron Con este partido ase lnlcld u-
a ls, Ingle tch Joan Walker na series amstoss entire ambos
mt y elon Fletcher por 6- equlpos y I& cusial sin duds al.
y B-.4. *. guna aero muy lucida.

SVea, nuca crei, que

untcigarro podria ser

tan bueno!"

En co end a uno, y
sentira el rico aro-
-mea y la suavidad
de los nuevoes iga-
SNunca, nunca, quo
Sopamoo, un ciga.
rro tan suave, ha
tonido un sabor tan

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Usted no anesCita aspirar
para ,ozr an buen cigarro.

S. h n angesilone

a presonlar aqi

p*gNes mulares
JA Coulsion Nacional
Boxeo Amateur esti haee
gdstlone ea el sentido de
aegulir we leos boxeadores
tree! fa ionsdoa particpen
les progranas que todos
Juev-s so veefican aqui.
Al efeete, el Presidente de
ta entidad, senior Gustavo
seniann ha solleltado sa Ce
t6 Oifmpleo Naotonal quae l
penga sus buenos oficilos
que eots idea sea llevada
resUdad. El Comite O limp
en mlras de los benefeilos
eat reportaria al deported a
teur, enJ6 wnas earta al Lt.
W. 3. de Foy, eon el fin de
e eonoeds el penrmso ls eom
Sboeadares del ej6r
para quo partleipen en a
tros programs amateurs.
Seg in so nos ha inform
las pestiones van blen enca
nada, ya que se presume
la, idea tendra buena acog
pues IS reatricsbones que e
tisat antMromento pars les
tetIas miltare fueron abol
en dias pasados.

El D.Morris toM6
cotfindhdIoan bn (
u tiunfo de ant
(Tornee do, Boles)
Dep. Morris ......... 13 3
C. Durn .......... 9
electa ............ 9 7
Ptinocho ............ 6
Entrometides ........
Royal .............. 6
Tropical ..--....... 5 7
Dep. Son .........5 7
Dep. Sous .......... 6 1
Novatos, ..........2.. 9
Los cigarrflleros de Ph
Morris tomaron el comniando
Torneo de Bolos "Jantzen"
veneer anoche a los Nova
por 4 a 0, demostrando de a
manera que es el equipo a v
cer ya quea en cads juego
mejoratndo. M. Caprileas on
rie de 507 fu# el mayor an

La puntuacldn individual
la sigulente:
PhilIp Morris
Samanlego 163 15 141
Maduro 142 143 105
Orillac 134 134 153
Soto 118 172 137
Capriles 155 1 S 18
713 760 724-2
De Jadn 133 16 157
Raudales 92 167 106
Osorio 113 119 131
Roux 118 140 103
Mena 97 V I97
553 879 504 1
Handicap 40 40 40
593 719 634 1
Esta noche w enfrentan
Tropical vs Duran.


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Est En Estudlo Proyecto De Presupueto

Los Juegos Deportivos CentroamericanosDei 5

SComntralor O ri y el Ministro

Navarro euargados de este asunto

Per ete Te*ada reparacl6n de la Piscina Olim-
Animada reunl6n celebr6' a- ca, Un velodrom, poligono de
mOehe el Comti6 Nacional O Uro; B. 400,000 pars entrena-
lipico con la asistencia do su miento de it equipos, inclu-
PrtOdente Lic. Anibal Dluesea, endo on ello la contratacl6n
cenclado Manuel Roy, Carlos de entronadore extranjeros por
Dtttbom rnepresentante sde oIs un tempo e. 18 mosess a 2
oderascln de Futbol de Chle, do B. 75,000 par uniforms,
I jos delegados LeopoQdo de B. 20,000 pars medallas, tro-
Leon, Germinal Barasquita Pe- fees, etc., etc. B. 150,000 pars
llin Prez, Felipe Clement, aon- un estadlo de oftbol, construc-
cro Hurtado, Clford Bolt, Po- l6n de una canchs de tents;
lUdoro Chanis, Virglio de Leon, B. 300,000 para alojameinto de
Papi Casio Neira, Gustavo I- 3,000 atletas; B. 10,000 pars ad-
numan, .Tony Granmunt, defl mlnistracl6n y t6 nica: B. 40,000
Asesor T6cnico Ricardo e4o la para propaganda local y en el
Espriella y ietl presidents de Is exterior (prena y radio, carte-
Pederacl6n de Fotbol Francisco lones, etc.); B. 80,000 para
DitranL transported Interno alas delega-
Como primer punto se did clones. Bate proyeeto pas6 a una
lecture a acts anterior, luego comisl6n de estudlo compueata
e ie conced6i la palabra al re- por el Contralor de aI Repbli-
preentante de la Federacl6n de ca y Norberto NaVarro Ministro
ftbol de Chile, quo veola a de Obras Plblicas, .eperAndose
fonmalisar ante nuostroC- mit6 que en Is pr6xima reunl6n de
Olimpleo la nvltacl6n pars qu*e ab te rindaan un Informe ta-
Panam soe hags representar en vorable. Be nombr6 una comi-
el Campeonato Panamerleano sl6n pars que redacte un pro-
do Futbol. Varlos Intereamblos yecto do premlar a los atletas
e palabras se celebraron entree destacados y periodistas del afo,
el flustre visitante y m-le'b oW formando la comisl6 los miem-
del Comitd. El preoiddnte del bros Pdrez, ,Hurtado, Chanis,
C.N.O., comunic6 quo el pre- Casis y Clement, con dos se-
upuesto elaborado por el Ml- manas de plazo. Be eapera que
nistro de Educaci6n en asoclo el martes pr6ximo en la reunl6n
eon miembros del Comit, Pa- de Gabinete se le d6 la apro-
ra la celebracidn de los Vi .ue- baci6n al proyeeto del presu-
gos Centroamericanos y del Ca- puesto presentado, el cual tiene
ribe month a la sums de B. muy buen amblente entire los
2,222,500.00 (dos millones, dos- Ministros de Estado. Tambi6n
clentoo veintidos mil quinientos e& acord6 solicitar. mayor coope-
balboas), estando estate sums di- racdn a sla prenm deportiva y
vidida asi: un gimnaslo moder- radial, para que los pr6ximos
no a un cost de B. 450,000. y Juegos Centroaericanos y del
con capacidad pare unas 10,000 Oaribe, sean Un dxito sin pre-
personas reparacionds al Es- eedente en los anales deporti-
tadio Olupico por B. 104(000; voa de nuestra Reptblica.

Cmentado juego de basket sostienen

esta nohe el Dep Muieca y Don Neco

KSTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS sl Liga de Catedral present
Basketball de Catedral eats noche el important parti-
G. P. PJe. do entree los invictos de la Mu-
La ueo..a....... .5 .0 fieca y el Don Neco que juga-
Den N14. .... 14 .~~; r& por empatar el primer lu-
ralier B .....3 1 .10 gar. % -_
aMorri ............. 2 n"tro .NmedtrM Ucr-
Optica Sos ....... 1 2 .400 za Surex y Taller Sousa.
Sur .............. 1 4 .200 En elpartido La Mufleca vs
Jantfn ........... 1 4 .200 Don Neco esatara en dispute un
Maurlee .......... 1 5 .146 bello trofeo que donarA el en-
tusiasta, y conocldo deportista
La contienda de Basketball de Maurit Menasche.

i: La escuela secundaria de Las Tablas

.5! celebrari program deportivo el 2
5 La Eacuela Secundia de Las Sr. Dario Cort6s.-Arenga por
STablas ceebrara e1 Ia del Co- el Prof aor Juan Velarde, Di-
p leglo" con un masifico- pro- rector del Coleglo.
"del grams en el cual o lncluye sla Dis 3-4.00 a.m.-Dianas por
a elebrac6n de varies events el Cuerpo de Cornetas y Tam-
, al deportyvon. bores.
atos Con gran entusalasmo se es- .30 a.m.-Marath6n-Guara-
esta tan prephralo para esta cele- r6-Parque-Porras.
'on- braci6n quo iendrA lugar el dia 7.00 a.m-Santa Miss Canta-
van 2 de Septienme. ,da por el Coro del Cologlo
ta- El rogramas e gulente: 8 a.m.-Desflle.
u1a BecunaI doe am. Eventos Deportivos
Los Tabla a) Tabla gimnastica-varones.
fue 'Dia Cdel oleggo" b) Tablea gimnstica-nlfias
Programs: c) J"uo de baloncesto-Profe-
Dia 2. Sep. 'o7. p.n.-Desfile sores vs Alumnos.
de Antorchas.-Palabras por los d) Entrega de Premios y Dl-
460 alumnos Srts Doris Baavedra y plomas a los Campeones
390 de la Liga Tnterna de Ba-
421 Para Pre upuseto loncesto.
428 do Ptnuk Equlpos:
SD Dep. Orlela..
Hlamaea aDep. Pio.
a20 Vicente Paradea Dep. LeOn.
Psntor Contratista 12.00 m. Almuerzo.
S1.30 pn.-Programa Liters-
40 Awd. r No. I rio-Musialcal.
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,1 par.. ..... 55c.
6 pares........B/2.75
12 pares........ 4.75


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Aclaraci n

En relacl6n con una noticia
apareoida ayer ni 4ata pagina
referente a los post del a-
lumbrado del Campo do Jueo
gos do Santa Rita, avisamos
a nuestros lectores quo dl-
chos postes portenecen al
Departamento de Educaci6n
Fisica ,y no a la Compafila
Panamena do Fuerza y Luz.
per lo qua Ia. menolonada
compalfa no tione nada quo
ver con la reparacl6n do los
mismos. Aclaramo eon esta
forma el error oometido.

Deporte de

Los Reyes
-For Bumberio Alalmora-
Eats columns some e a duelo
del Joven Jinete apreodis E.
Alfaro por Ia muerte deo u
Ss0oras madre. Pas on so Tum
ba y quo Dies Ia tnga en la

En eate pasado fin de sema-
na la Socledad Nacional de Jl-
netes le descont6 el cincuenta
por clento do todas las ganan-
cias a asus ocios, con el fin de
acoplar fondos pars beneficio
de la miama. En el pasado me
de julio esta mimma entidad
tuvo gastos por accidentes de
sus soclos sla cantidad de B.603.-
14 centavos. Es muy possible quo
este mes. se celebre un baille en
lot- salones del Club House a
beneficio de Cuto Jaramillo.

Jinetes quo actualmente. se
encuentran suspendidos.
E. Ortega, Segunda Orden.
Jose Reyes, Cancelada.
F. Castafieda, Provisional-
B. Pulldo 8 reuniones.
F. Rose 8 reuniones.
0. Prescott .8 reunfonss.
R. Icaza 6 reuniones
B Moreno 6 reunlonek
B. Aguirrqe ireuniones,
F. 4vil 4, reuf)o. '
K. Flores 4 reunlonic.

Respect a tantos accidents
que han venido sucediendo en-
tre los Jinetes aprendices, somos
de oplni6n de que el Cuerpo de
Conmisarios debe de obligar a
estos j6venes a estribar m s
largo, ya quo en la form que
estribar actualmente no lea press
ta ninguna clase do seguridad
cuando montan

.Yatasto. el crack Argentino
hijo de Sellm Hassan, conserve
nu invlcto a trav6s de ochopre-
sentaclone& al ganar La Polla
de Potrillos en el Hipodromo de

Ayer en las horas de la ma-
-nana sufri6 serla caida el aprqn-
diz E. Campbell; se encontraba
galopando al potrillo national
Piropo, y tuvo que ser trasla-
dado a la Clinica San Fernando

El latigo national E. Silvers,
quien sufriera accident el Sa-
bado con la yegua Stella sail6
en el dia de ayer de la Clinics
San Fernando.

l a misma

crema dental

que usabao
en 1948


Gran Velada Deportiva Habr4

Manana En El Liceo De Stas.

Mafiana jueves as celebra en
el Gimnailo del Liceo de 8c-
fioritas un programs deportivo
a beneficio del Bienostar Estu-
diantil de dicho plantel, a las
4:30 de la tarde.
Inlclari eats gran velsda de-
portiva los equlpos de vollbol
"La Piscina" 'ontra los solda-
dos puertorriquefios de la Bate-
ria D 764, enn un coque qu ha
dospertado singular inter6s de-
bido a la potencialidad de am-
boa conjuntos.
En el partido esatelar de este

program so enfrentarAn e-gb
qulp. de volibol del Uo- do.
Befo rltas y de la Escuela *1-
mal Juan Dem6stenes ,'
na. Este choque debe despV -
tiusitado interts ya 'quOe aM .
equipos sostienen una series a-
mistonas y las ceistas saleroi I
alroso en el primer juego quq
celebraron. Tanto las blanqula-
zules del liceo como las norms,-
ltstas se encuentran muy blet
preparadas pars esta lucha. .'
La entrada a esta fune6ln bh
sido fijads en la m6dica sums
do B. Q0.1.

Contiua ina. el camp.enato me*-

debasketbal en lac dad de 5ol6.
Cop much entuslasmo se es- Cheaterfield vs. 10 de Mayo
ti celebrando el campeonato de PRI vs. San Bias.
basketball menor de la cfudad El 8I1bado pr6xlmo continue*
de Col6n. Mafiana Jueves con- rA el campeonato con los JuegtM
tinuari eate torneo con trees entire:
partidos que correran a cargo Pastor Ramos vs. Ban-l. Jo
de los equipos: PeA6n vs. Bachlleres 4
Millonarlos vs. Pastor Ramos Ban Bias vs. Cervantes .

El Cleveland mantuvo ayer su ventaj

en la Americana al veneer al Detroit

Senrvileo do is Prensea Unida
Los Indies del Cleveland ob-
tUvleron su duodecimo triunfo
corrido pars asegurar port 1o
menos su ventaja de dos juegos
y en el primer lugar de
la Liga Americana al veneer
a los 7gres por 6 a 5 al em-
pujar Jim Heogan con sencllo
a Harry Simpson en la d6clma
entrada despuea de doe outs.
Tras anotar dos en sla segun-
da jornada por jonrrn de Ray
Boone y otra en la cuarta por
jonr6n de Simpson, los Indios
vieron dislparse su ventaLa en
sla aext als anotar los Tigres
trees carreras dos por jonrones
de Dick Kryhoski y Vic Wertz
y sacar del monticulo a Bob Le-
m6n quien por ello paw6 a ser
el primer laniador indio que no
terhlns usnpaiMdV.en U utlto
mos pueo jueges. .
Los Inlos empataron Is ano-
taci6n emperor on Is octave por
senclllos de Larry Doby y Luke
Easter y un largo fly de Al
Rosen trash haber anotado una
on la alptima por sencllos de
Hegan y Barney McCosky y un
largo fly de Dale Mitchell.
Simpson r ecib6 pass grant en

la dhcima jornadas. y soe rob6 1f
segunda base desde donde #Co-
t6 facilmente por un sencillo
de Hegan.
En los otros dos partidos do
la Americana, el New' York Is
gan6 al Washington por 6 ca-
rreras a 3 y el Boston se tm-
puso al FIladelfis por 7 a 4.
En los encuentros de la Lis
Nacional, loe punteros del Broo-
klyn fallsron frente a sus mia
erios rivals del New York or
4 a 2; el Boston vence6 al F&a.
delfia por 4 a 2 tambln, y el
Chicago logr6 imponerae al s 8
Luis por 5 a 4.

Randolph Turpin

embarc6 anoche h

para los EE.UU.

Agosto 15 (UF)--l esmponn i a
mundlal peso medlo Randoiph
Turpin abordo anoche el va- "
per "Queen Mary" eonflado
en que retendrl so cetro en
Is peles qe mostendrA on o
Sugar Robinson en Nueva MAN"RA se.
York el 12 de Septiembre. /
"Estoy muy animado" d L).
Randy a los periodlstas a bor
do del barpo "y no ereo que
la poles durara los 5 asaltos"
Turpia siadl6 que no eree 5
que tondrA 41d fcultades en
cuanto al peso, Estoy posan-
do una 164 Dbras vestdao en
rops de ease. Tengo que pe- 'AmJ m'-.mimd.mrmfjfG 1wurnu
zar 160 par* Is gran poles, m''* "'5 -.am4-
pre eo meo riciln.

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Un buen diurdtico como
la Pfldora De Witt ea
conveniente en todos
aquelloo cas"s en que se
deses activar sla elimi-
nacida de loo desechos y
veneaos que conspiran
contra la salud.
Uno de emos venenos, el
icido drico, es la causa
mAO frecuente de trastor-
nos que ose maifiestan
eon dolores articulares,
cidtica, o lu.nbago.
Las Pfldoras De Witt,
por su accidn diuretica,
activan Is funcida renal
fadtando, en conse-
ceada, Ia eliumnacidn de
los deo.ebm y veaenos en
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el organismo. Ademia,
ejercen una suave accidn
deainfectantey baamica'
en el aparato urinario.
Conocidas en cinco con.
tinentes, las Pildoraa Do.
Witt .tambidn merec
su confiana. Lamhaai
en todas las farmacias del
pats, en fraud es do y 4
100 pfldoraa.


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MISION CUMPLIDA Aunque el tren de aterrizaje fu6 destrozado por el fuego enemigo,
este avi6n de bombardeo B-26 hace un aterrizaje de barriga en Corea del Sur. A media
que el avion se acerca a tierra, el piloto abre su cabina para el caso de una emergencia.





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Tandas: 1:15 3:10 5:15 7:05 9:00 p.m


NOTA: Reconendamos muy
especialmenre que se vea des-
de el primipio y que no-se
descubra el descomnertante
desenlae.., .

Por Fay Borst
MANILA, Agosto 7 (EPS)-
La visla del. Gobernador De-
wey, del estado de Nueva York,
A Formosa, bastion insular de
la fuerzas nacionalistas chinas,
8e caracterizo especialmene por
d6a conversaciones sostenidas
por 61 con el Generalisimo
Chiaz-g Kal-shek, en las cuales
,/el ider chino insistl6 en que
au gqblerno habia hecho. un
"mal negocio" con el goblerno
'del Presdente Truman.
. Las conversaciones tuvteron
lugar en la casa que Chiang
tien'e en las montaflas, cerca
de Taipel, participando -en las
mismas la Sra. Chiang, eduoa-
da en los Estados Unid0s; en
calidad .de intdrprete.
El gobernador dljo que el ge-
neraliumo tenia ideas muy
"firmes" en cuanto a los pasos
que debian darse para poner a
raya a los comunistas chinos y
para devolver el gobierno de
aquel pals a los nacionalistas.
Sin embargo, Dewey dijo que
no estaba autorizado para di-
vulgar ninguna de los detalles
de lo hablado con Chiang.
Be supo que en un moment
dado de la primer reuni6n del
gobernador y el generajisimo
iste se exalt6 tanto que se puso
a dar zancadas de un lado para
otro, agitando los brazps y gri-

tando en su Idloma vernaculo.
Los mlembroa del adqulto del
Gobernador, Dewey tuveron lan
clara impreud4n de qde los re-
presentante Aorte-amerilcanoa
en Formosa qtuileran ayudar
por complete. a las fuerzas na-
clonallatas chinas, pero que se
encuentran "maniatados't .por
sus auperlores en Washington.
Los lideres a las 6rdenes de
Chiang temen que cuando ter-
mine la guefra coteana, Rusia
se una a los comunistas chinos
para invadlir' PForroioaa. Por eate
motiv o estAn acelrando el a-
diestramlento del ej#rcito na-
cionalista en Formosa,. del que
se dice ascjende a unos Sels-
cientos mil hombres. EstAn con.
tando con que los Estados
Unidos le proporcionen equipo
modern al ej6rdlto.
Los norteamericanos que han
estado en 1formosa 'dur4ate al-
gun tiempo no vaella en ex-
presar su eonvencnmientq de
que un e]jrcito do. clento cin-
cuenta mU. comuniatas bien a-
diestrados y. equlpados' tropeza-
ria con pocas diflcultades para
ocupar la uIla de Formosa.
Dentro de dos afios, si se le
proporciona al ej6rcito de
Chiang los tanques y las otras

Dic Chiang Kai-shekq su

. gobierno ha hecho "- mal

negoco" con Estados Umdos

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con PAUL EmLLY-e .
separdoK HESTER .* 's "

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pudlea ,t- r otro carls.
841T.. A timldad Formosa ea
un poe i ue un barrel de
PO .Q *i pdlera explota
en. mementot.
Day. ~nsaptuvo active cai
coasi desde su leg-
da Ik' el a14 de Julio. Sn
fmb ,.. I sa compuso pars
sar T foho que llev6 con-
lgo. It. ctarle una carta a
au .e I. ~a ctnta con la s'v
gra eul6 envlada al palkclo,
del I *4dOr en Albany, ca.
pital: dl taddo de Nueva York,
donip e transcribi6 la carts
que lp e llev6 a la Sra. De-
wey, U90daas encontraba en la
finDWaqt Ila familla tiene en
el cbdade de Dutchess.
b.31. obernador ]e gast6 una
bromi .i au esposa. Hizo que
ian Wjgso uyo dijera unas
cutI palabras en chino y
u.qp9 dIj: 'Amor mio. qud te
pree cSmnoM he ilegado a do-
minUl el Idloma chino"?


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Antonio Badd Carmen
Molina, en
Ademis: -
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Ruth Romtn, en
James Howard, en

tvelyn Keyes, en

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Donald O'Connor, en
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mos.. .porque I ecett migics o0
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